Nothing Twitter is doing is working | The Verge
Nothing Twitter has done to improve the appeal of its core product over the last year has resonated.
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Review: The 2016 Retina MacBook is a faster version of the same machine | Ars Technica
The 2016 MacBook uses the Skylake version of Intel’s low-power Core M chips. The $1,299 base model is a reasonably well-rounded machine with a 1.1GHz (2.2GHz Turbo) Core m3 CPU, 8GB of 1866MHz DDR3 RAM, and 256GB of storage. For $1,599, you get a 1.2GHz (2.7GHz Turbo) Core m5, the same 8GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage. And a 1.3GHz (3.1GHz Turbo) Core m7 CPU can be added to either model as an optional upgrade. All systems include the Intel HD 515 GPU, 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and the same disappointing low-resolution 480p webcam as last year.
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2 days ago
Yahoo Said to Narrow Field of Bidders as Soon as Next Week - Bloomberg
Bidders include Verizon Communications Corp., YP Holdings LLC, TPG, and a consortium led by Bain Capital LP and Vista Equity Partners LLC, people familiar with the matter said earlier this week. At least one or two other strategic firms, as opposed to private equity funds, also bid, one of the people said Friday.
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5 days ago
Scientists can now make lithium-ion batteries last a lifetime | Computerworld
The result: commercial batteries that could last a lifetime in computers, smartphones, appliances, cars and spacecraft.
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5 days ago
A Disappointing Ruling on National Security Letters, But Not the Last Word | Electronic Frontier Foundation
This is the first public decision interpreting the NSL statute since it was amended last year by the USA FREEDOM Act, and unfortunately, it’s a disappointing one. Although the court previously found the statute unconstitutional, it held that Congress successfully addressed these problems by passing USA FREEDOM.

EFF and our clients disagree with this ruling, and we will be appealing it to the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. 
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5 days ago
Tip your Uber driver | TechCrunch
Uber doesn’t include any kind of gratuity in the cost of your ride. And it doesn’t just pay drivers more to make up for that. The company implied that it did by saying there was no need to tip, and by simply not including the option to tip. The narrative is predicated on a deliberate omission.
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5 days ago
Edward Snowden: The Internet Is Broken | Popular Science
These programs were never about terrorism. They are not effective for terrorism. But they are useful for a lot of other things, like espionage, diplomatic manipulation, and ultimately social control.
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5 days ago
Alphabet slides 5% after missing earnings expectations on revenue of $20.3B | TechCrunch
Relatively speaking, shares of Alphabet are only down around 5 percent in extended trading. But for a company worth more than $500 billion, that’s erasing tens of billions of dollars in value — and increasing the gap between itself and Apple. Alphabet still continues to print money, but it fell under what people were expecting for its earnings report. The company posted earnings of $7.50 on revenue of $20.26 billion, while analysts were expecting earnings of $7.96 on revenue of $20.38 billion.
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6 days ago
AMP Articles to Enjoy Prime Real Estate in Google News | Digital - AdAge
For the publishers who have adopted AMP, they now have the opportunity to enjoy prime mobile real estate compared to non-AMP sites. A total of 14 headlines will be showcased at the top of the Google News section in a horizontal carousel that features an image related to the news at hand as well as AMP's lighting bolt logo.
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7 days ago
Of Course Congress Is Clueless About Tech—It Killed Its Tutor | WIRED
This wasn’t always the case. US lawmakers once had a body of independent technical and scientific experts at their disposal who were the envy of other nations: the Office of Technology Assessment. That is, until the OTA got axed unceremoniously two decades ago in a round of budget cuts.
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7 days ago
Apple refused China request for source code in last two years: lawyer | Reuters
Apple Inc (AAPL.O) has been asked by Chinese authorities within the last two years to hand over its source code but refused, the company's top lawyer told lawmakers on Tuesday in response to U.S. law enforcement criticism of its stance on technology security.

The congressional testimony highlighted an issue at the heart of a heated disagreement between Apple and the FBI over unlocking encrypted data from an iPhone linked to last December's San Bernardino, California shootings - how much private technology companies should cooperate with governments.

Law enforcement officials have attempted to portray Apple as possibly complicit in handing over information to China's government for business reasons while refusing to cooperate with U.S. requests for access to private data in criminal cases.
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8 days ago
Yahoo reports first quarter earnings
Re/code reported earlier Tuesday that bidders included Verizon — whose interest had long been telegraphed — private equity firm TPG, and a joint offer from Bain Capital and Vista Equity Partners.

According to The Wall Street Journal, most of the bids came in the range of between $4 billion and $8 billion.

On the "strategic alternatives" front, Yahoo said that its board has "formed a strategic review committee of independent directors to consider strategic alternatives for the company alongside its continued consideration of a reverse spin."
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8 days ago
Sources: The Upgraded PlayStation 4 is Codenamed NEO, Contains Upgraded CPU, GPU, RAM - Giant Bomb
The NEO will feature a higher clock speed than the original PS4, an improved GPU, and higher bandwidth on the memory. The documents we've received note that the HDD in the NEO is the same as that in the original PlayStation 4, but it's not clear if that means in terms of capacity or connection speed. Starting in October, every PS4 game is required to ship with both a “Base Mode” which will run on the currently available PS4 and a “NEO Mode” for use on the new console.
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EFF sues to uncover government demands to decrypt communications | PCWorld
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is suing the U.S. Department of Justice over its failure to disclose if Internet companies have been compelled to decrypt user data and communications.
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8 days ago
Apple's Organizational Crossroads - Stratechery by Ben Thompson
The problem for Apple is that while iPhones may be gunpowder — the growth was certainly explosive! — services are paint. And, just as Dupont learned that having a similar manufacturing process did not lead to similar business model, the evidence is quite clear in my mind that having iPhone customers does not mean Apple is necessarily well-equipped to offer those customers compelling services. At least not yet.
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8 days ago
Intel to cut 12,000 jobs, take $1.2 billion charge amid weaker 2016 outlook | Re/code
Intel on Tuesday confirmed it plans to cut 12,000 jobs — that’s 11 percent of its workforce — as it tries to adjust to a shift away from its core PC business.

The chip giant will take a $1.2 billion charge associated with the restructuring, but says the move will save $750 million this year and $1.4 billion per year by the middle of next year.
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8 days ago
EU lodges formal antitrust complaint against Android | The Verge
These formal charges are only the latest in a series of antitrust investigations the EU has targeted at Google. An investigation into whether or not the company unfairly prioritized its own shopping services over better search results is currently awaiting a decision from the EU (Vestager said that the commission was working its way through a "very large amount of data" it received from Google), while formal probes are currently ongoing into three separate charges focusing on advertising, the scraping of news articles, and travel and maps.
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8 days ago
European Commission - PRESS RELEASES - Press release - Antitrust: Commission sends Statement of Objections to Google on Android operating system and applications
The Commission's preliminary view is that Google has implemented a strategy on mobile devices to preserve and strengthen its dominance in general internet search. First, the practices mean that Google Search is pre-installed and set as the default, or exclusive, search service on most Android devices sold in Europe. Second, the practices appear to close off ways for rival search engines to access the market, via competing mobile browsers and operating systems. In addition, they also seem to harm consumers by stifling competition and restricting innovation in the wider mobile space.
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8 days ago
Escaping the Digital Media ‘Crap Trap’ — The Information
Here is how they fell into this lethal trap: They got into the content game to produce news or info they might be proud of, believing they could lure us to read it and maybe even pay for it. They quickly realized it's expensive to produce quality content and hard to get a lot of people to click on it, much less pay for it. So they deluded themselves that the better play was to go for the biggest audience possible, using stupid web tricks to draw them in. These include misleading but clicky headlines, feel-good lists, sexy photos and exploding watermelons.
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8 days ago
Amazon Ups the Ante on Streaming Video, Challenging Netflix - WSJ
Amazon has been offering its video service as a perk for subscribers of its $99 annual Prime shipping service. Prime membership also will be offered monthly for the first time to all U.S. customers for $10.99, Amazon said Sunday.
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9 days ago
Silicon Valley’s Legendary ‘Coach’ Bill Campbell Has Died | Re/code
But he was not without tech chops. Campbell ran companies like Intuit and worked in key jobs at Apple, Claris and Go, and also served on a plethora of boards, including Columbia University, Intuit and Apple. He had been a longtime adviser to Google execs including Page and Eric Schmidt –and really just about every major tech executive you could think of at some point. Andreessen Horowitz’s Ben Horowitz featured him in his book “The Hard Thing About Hard Things” (you can read his tribute here) and Kleiner Perkins’ John Doerr just referenced him as a key adviser in a recent decision to change his role at the firm.
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9 days ago
YP Plans First-Round Bid for Yahoo - Bloomberg
YP Holdings LLC, the digital advertising business of what was formerly called Yellowpages.com, plans to submit a first-round bid Monday to merge with Yahoo! Inc., people familiar with the matter said.
YP is working with Goldman Sachs Group Inc. to investigate a variety of strategic alternatives, which could include acquiring smaller firms or selling itself, said the people, who asked not to be identified because the negotiations are private.
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9 days ago
Exclusive: Internet of Clothing Is Coming Through Huge Label Deal - Fortune
You’ll be able to do things such as check the authenticity or manufacturing history of that shirt you just bought, participate in various after-sales loyalty schemes or recycling programs, connect with third-party apps, see exclusive smartphone content, and re-order products you like.

Meanwhile, the retailer will also be able to use the items’ identities for things like detecting fraudulently returned products.

Evrythng has been working with individual brands for some time, on various experiments to do with giving items of apparel their own digital identities. However, doing this by default at the point of manufacture means the brands don’t need to weigh up the benefits before deciding how to integrate the functionality.
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9 days ago
Apple, Facebook, Google, and Alibaba Take Hollywood | Fast Company | Business + Innovation
The iTunes Lounge was in fact part of a stealth effort by Apple to establish a new, more active role in delivering entertainment. In the weeks that followed, Apple execs were in Los Angeles hearing pitches for original TV series that it plans to launch on an "exclusives" app on Apple TV and within iTunes. Apple wants to work with "triple A-list" talent, according to a source, and build up a roster of must-see shows available only on its platform. Naturally, the talks have been veiled in the utmost secrecy. Producers who have met with Apple will refer to it only as the United Fruit Company.
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9 days ago
KU Scammers on Amazon – What’s Going On? | Ann Christy | Navy Commander by Day, Secret Writer by Night! | AnnChristy.com
But likewise, a reader who clicked a link on Page 1 offering them the opportunity to win a Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 and a $100 Amazon Gift Card….which then sent them to the back of a 3000 page book? Yep, you guessed it. They got paid for 3000 unread pages. (And no, there was no winner for those contests that  anyone knows off.)
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9 days ago
New data: Americans are abandoning wired home Internet - The Washington Post
The study, which was conducted for the Commerce Department by the U.S. Census Bureau, partly reaffirms what we already knew. Low-income Americans are still one of the biggest demographics to rely solely on their phones to go online. Today, nearly one-third of households earning less than $25,000 a year exclusively use mobile Internet to browse the Web. That's up from 16 percent of households falling in that category in 2013.
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9 days ago
Viber adds end-to-end encryption and hidden chats as messaging app privacy wave grows | TechCrunch
Following WhatsApp’s move to add end-to-end encryption to its platform, another big messaging company is joining the wave of apps turning on expanded privacy features. Viber — a messaging app with 711 million+ users — today is introducing end-to-end encryption for all messages and calls on its platform, including group chats (you can chat with up to 200 people), and a way to ‘hide’ chats on your account alongside its existing expanded deleting function.
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9 days ago
Siri announces WWDC 2016 will be held June 13th through June 17th in San Francisco [Update] | 9to5Mac
[UPDATE: Apple has confirmed what Siri told us earlier today. The company has now issued a press release in which it says that WWDC will be held from June 13th through June 17th in San Francisco. The same lottery process applies to getting tickets this year as in previous years. Developers can apply for tickets via the WWDC website now through Friday, April 22 at 10:00 a.m. PDT.

In a change from traditional years, the Monday keynote will be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, not Moscone West. All other conference sessions will take place at Moscone, though. The annual Bash will also be held at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium.]
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9 days ago
Keeping secrecy the exception, not the rule: An issue for both consumers and businesses - Microsoft on the Issues
We believe that with rare exceptions consumers and businesses have a right to know when the government accesses their emails or records. Yet it’s becoming routine for the U.S. government to issue orders that require email providers to keep these types of legal demands secret. We believe that this goes too far and we are asking the courts to address the situation.
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12 days ago
Apple Jumps On the WebRTC Bandwagon - Post - No Jitter
Now that Apple is on board with WebRTC, the next big question most will ask is: Which codec will Apple choose to support first? Based on Apple's history, H.264 is the obvious choice... since FaceTime and other of its services run on H.264 and the widely adopted MPEG format, Advanced Audio Coding-Enhanced Low Delay, or AAC-ELD.
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15 days ago
Google Cloud Status
We recognize the severity of this outage, and we apologize to all of our customers for allowing it to occur. As of this writing, the root cause of the outage is fully understood and GCE is not at risk of a recurrence. In this incident report, we are sharing the background, root cause and immediate steps we are taking to prevent a future occurrence. Additionally, our engineering teams will be working over the next several weeks on a broad array of prevention, detection and mitigation systems intended to add additional defense in depth to our existing production safeguards.
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15 days ago
Louis C.K. says Horace and Pete sank him millions of dollars in debt.
“After four episodes, the whole idea was I’m not gonna have to spend my own money after that,” C.K. said. He didn’t promote the show, excited instead “by the idea of having a show appear from nothing.” Well, the surprise launch worked, but the money-making part didn’t happen as robustly as C.K. had planned.
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16 days ago
Netflix: Geography, Age, and Gender are “Garbage” for Predicting Taste - Fortune
“Geography, age, and gender? We put that in the garbage heap,” VP of product Todd Yellin said. Instead, viewers are grouped into “clusters” almost exclusively by common taste, and their Netflix homepages highlight the relatively small slice of content that matches their taste profile. Those profiles could be the same for someone in New Orleans as someone in New Delhi (though they would likely have access to very different libraries).
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16 days ago
Netflix’s Grand, Daring, Maybe Crazy Plan to Conquer the World | WIRED
“There’s a mountain of data that we have at our disposal,” says Todd Yellin, Netflix’s VP of product innovation. Netflix has a well-earned reputation for using the information it gleans about its customers to drive everything from the look of the service to the shows in which it invests. “That mountain is composed of two things. Garbage is 99 percent of that mountain. Gold is one percent… . Geography, age, and gender? We put that in the garbage heap. Where you live is not that important.”

Stereotypes about what one region might like versus another are largely useless to Netflix. One might assume, for example, that Netflix’s anime streaming is heavily concentrated in Japan. Yet only 10 percent of the people who watch anime on Netflix live there. The other 90 percent, says Yellin, are distributed around the globe.
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16 days ago
Internet mapping turned a remote farm into a digital hell | Fusion
He continued: “At that time, we picked a latitude and longitude that was in the center of the country, and it didn’t occur to us that people would use the database to attempt to locate people down to a household level. We have always advertised the database as determining the location down to a city or zip code level. To my knowledge, we have never claimed that our database could be used to locate a household.”
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17 days ago
FBI Says a Mysterious Hacking Group Has Had Access to US Govt Files for Years | Motherboard
The feds warned that “a group of malicious cyber actors,” whom security experts believe to be the government-sponsored hacking group known as APT6, “have compromised and stolen sensitive information from various government and commercial networks” since at least 2011, according to an FBI alert obtained by Motherboard.
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17 days ago
Publishers call Brave's privacy-centric browser "illegal"; Brave responds / Boing Boing
Brave is a new experimental browser from Brendan Eich, inventor of Javascript and co-founder of Mozilla. It comes with a built-in ad-blocker that only blocks third party ads, and replaces them with non-tracking ads from its own inventory, whose revenue is then shared with publishers and users, on better terms than most ad networks give.
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Self-driving truck convoy completes its first major journey across Europe | The Verge
This morning, a fleet of self-driving trucks arrived in the Dutch port of Maasvlakte, completing a cross-continent journey that organizers say demonstrates the future of transport in Europe. The experiment is known as the European Truck Platooning Challenge, and involved trucks from six different manufacturers traveling in miniature convoys. A driver in the lead vehicle of each convoy sets the speed and the route, while the other trucks follow automatically, a Wi-Fi connection keeping their braking and acceleration (but not steering) in sync.
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Senate encryption bill draft mandates 'technical assistance' | TheHill
"We're still working on finalizing a discussion draft and as a result can’t comment on language in specific versions of the bill," Burr and Feinstein said in a joint statement. "We’re still in the process of soliciting input from stakeholders and hope to have final language ready soon.”

The measure states that a company must provide “information or data” to the government “in an intelligible format” when served with a court order.

If the company cannot meet this standard, it must offer “technical assistance as is necessary to obtain such information or data,” according to the draft.

The bill covers a wide array of companies and individuals that facilitate digital chatting, including device and software manufacturers, as well as providers of electronic communication services.
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19 days ago
WordPress.com turns on HTTPS encryption for all websites | TechCrunch
WordPress.com is adding HTTPS support for all of its blogs. If you have a custom domain or a blog under the wordpress.com domain name (like bestcrabrestaurantsinportland.wordpress.com), you’re good to go.
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19 days ago
Why The FBI Director Puts Tape Over His Webcam : The Two-Way : NPR
"I saw something in the news, so I copied it. I put a piece of tape — I have obviously a laptop, personal laptop — I put a piece of tape over the camera. Because I saw somebody smarter than I am had a piece of tape over their camera."
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19 days ago
Yahoo Gives Bidders Another Week, Moving Deadline to April 18 | Re/code
We’ll see who bids — and, more to the point, who gets passed through to the next round. It’s a little like the Hunger Games, except you get to live and then have to overhaul the Silicon Valley Internet giant. Right now among bidders, there is a lot of kvetching about the weakness of Yahoo’s core business, mulling because it is still full of tasty assets like the video and ad tech and posturing over level of interest.
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Facebook drops branded content restrictions for publishers
On Friday, Facebook dropped its restriction around how branded content can be distributed on its social network. Anyone who runs a verified Facebook page — a publisher, brand or celebrity, for instance — can now post articles, videos, photos, links or other content to that page that someone else paid for without needing Facebook’s permission or cutting the company in on the proceeds.
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19 days ago
Government still wants Apple to help crack an iPhone - Business Insider
While the Brooklyn case and the San Bernardino case are not exact parallels, they are very similar, and it is possible that information about the hack that the FBI used to get into the San Bernardino iPhone might come out as the government pursues Apple's assistance in the Feng case. 

A law enforcement official later said that the San Bernardino method won't work on Feng's iPhone. 

An Apple attorney speaking on condition of anonyminity said that Apple will challenge the government's appeal, and expects to file a response next Thursday. 
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19 days ago
The Senate’s Draft Encryption Bill Is ‘Ludicrous, Dangerous, Technically Illiterate’ | WIRED
Kevin Bankston, the director of the New America Foundation’s Open Technology Institute, goes even further: “I gotta say in my nearly 20 years of work in tech policy this is easily the most ludicrous, dangerous, technically illiterate proposal I’ve ever seen,” he says.
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19 days ago
Politics, news and editorial video slashed in Mashable restructuring - POLITICO
The company's entire politics desk (consisting of editor Juana Summers and two reporters) has been laid off, as well as most of its global news desk and about half of its editorial video team. Mashable Chief Revenue Officer Seth Rogin, Executive Editor Jim Roberts, Managing Editor Jonathan Ellis and Business Editor Heidi Moore also are leaving the company sources told POLITICO.
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19 days ago
Forbes Site, After Begging You Turn Off Adblocker, Serves Up A Steaming Pile Of Malware 'Ads' | Techdirt
What should websites do? Well, how about they start treating their ad inventory with at least a percentage of the care with which they treat their content? After all, advertising is content, as it is consumed by the reader/viewer, so why not at least bother to make sure it's palatable? Or maybe start putting in place stricter controls to weed out the malvertising and adware? That too could be helpful.
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20 days ago
Internet hyperlinks do not infringe copyright, EU court advised | Reuters
While European Union rules say every act of communication of a copyrighted work has to be cleared by the copyright owner, it would be to the detriment of the Internet to make hyperlinks fall under these rules, the advocate general said.
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20 days ago
FBI officially confirms hack it used does not work with the iPhone 5s or later iPhones | 9to5Mac
FBI officially confirms hack it used does not work with the iPhone 5s or later iPhones - 9to5Mac
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21 days ago
Nest Reminds Customers That Ownership Isn't What It Used to Be | Electronic Frontier Foundation
Nest Labs and Google are both subsidiaries of Alphabet, Inc., and bricking the Hub sets a terrible precedent for a company with ambitions to sell self-driving cars, medical devices, and other high-end gadgets that may be essential to a person’s livelihood or physical safety.
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22 days ago
Making Medium More Powerful for Publishers — The Story — Medium
will be migrating their existing content over to Medium, along with several brand-new publications from a slew of notable providers: The Awl, Pacific Standard, Electric Literature, Franklin Leonard’s The Black List, Femsplain, FilmSchoolRejects, The Bold Italic, Monday Note, NewCo Shift, The Banana Boat (by The Infatuation), MEL, Above Average, and The Kicker.
The following publications are also on their way to Medium: Time Inc.’s Money and Fortune Medium-native offshoots, The Hairpin, Women and Hollywood, Go Into the Story (by Scott Myers), Dangerous Minds, War Is Boring, and The Evergreen Review.
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23 days ago
Facebook begins using artificial intelligence to describe photos to blind users | The Verge
Today Facebook will begin automatically describing the content of photos to blind and visually impaired users. Called "automatic alternative text," the feature was created by Facebook’s 5-year-old accessibility team. Led by Jeff Wieland, a former user researcher in Facebook’s product group, the team previously built closed captioning for videos and implemented an option to increase the default font size on Facebook for iOS, a feature 10 percent of Facebook users take advantage of.
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23 days ago
Twitter Wins NFL Deal for Thursday Night Streaming Rights - Bloomberg
The social-media company was said to have bid against a slate of heavyweights including Verizon Communications Inc., Yahoo! Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. Facebook Inc. dropped out of the contest last week, according to a person with knowledge of the discussions who asked not to be named because the talks were private. Twitter will stream 10 Thursday night football games to the public for free, while they are also shown on NBC, CBS and the NFL Network, the NFL said in a statement Tuesday.
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23 days ago
The time that Tony Fadell sold me a container of hummus. — Medium
The time that Tony Fadell sold me a container of hummus. — Medium
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23 days ago
Is Microsoft Killing The Windows Phone?
Is Microsoft Killing the Windows Phone? - Inquisitr News
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25 days ago
FBI Tells Local Law Enforcement It Will Help Unlock Phones - BuzzFeed News
“In mid-March, an outside party demonstrated to the FBI a possible method for unlocking the iPhone,” the message said. “That method for unlocking that specific iPhone proved successful.”
Though the dispatch does not explicitly state if the FBI will use the mysterious third-party method to unlock phones for local authorities, officials said the agency “will of course consider any tool that might be helpful to our partners.”
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