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    Fortune Facebook's Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset Is Coming to Best Buy Fortune Facebook's Oculus Rift virtual reality headset is coming to Best Buy's brick-and-mortar stores. Oculus, which Facebook FB 0.84% bought in March 2014 for $2 billion, first started shipping its VR headset on March 28. Now, Oculus wants to give people a ... Facebook's Oculus Rift Won't be the iPhone of Virtual RealityMotley Fool all 136 news articles »
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    Two ways to back up computer's stored treasures Palm Beach Post But when it comes down to what you've got stored on that computer – well, like the commercial says, that's priceless. We are talking about irreplaceable photos of the kids, the music that you've collected, all the emails you've sent and received, maybe ...
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    NPR Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To Innovate NPR Well, I think we all moved away from the laptop and personal computer age into one that was mobile age, and involved apps and things like that. And just as Microsoft kind of missed the mobile revolution, certainly Intel did, and they never really made ... and more »
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    Digital Solutions in India 2016: A Multitude of Outstanding Projects Publishers Weekly Templates and solutions structure were built while the content was transformed into HTML and made SCORM-compliant so that it can be used in any LMS platform with ease. ... The app, developed using HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, JSON, and open-source ... and more »
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    VentureBeat New computer science center will honor the memory of a lost Oculus cofounder VentureBeat Brendan Iribe, chief executive of Facebook's Oculus VR division, dedicated the launch of a new computer science building at the University of Maryland over the weekend. On Facebook, he wrote that he attended the groundbreaking of the new Iribe Center ... and more »
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    CIO 7 ways small businesses can benefit from mobile apps CIO Small business, mobile marketing and customer experience experts share their tips and advice regarding how mobile applications can help businesses to better engage with customers, keep employees connected and boost the bottom line.
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    Re/code Intel spent more than $10 billion to catch up in mobile. Then it gave up. Re/code After missing the early days of the smartphone revolution, Intel spent in excess of $10 billion over the last three years in an effort to get a foothold in mobile devices. Now, having gained little ground in phones and with the tablet market shrinking ... No, Intel Isn't Abandoning the Mobile MarketFortune Intel Abandons Atom Chips, Probably Leaving Mobile IndustryValueWalk Intel's Mobile DilemmaElectronics Weekly (blog) Apple Insider -SiliconANGLE (blog) -Ubergizmo
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    Senior Frontend Developer Techworld Australia Development and testing of mobile friendly front-end solutions using Java, XML, HTML, HTML5, CSS, JSON, jQuery, JavaScript, Bootstrap, Angular.js, Node.js and other popular frontend UI frameworks that meet accessibility and cross browser standards. and more »
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    Forbes Five Things Never To Say In Your LinkedIn Headline Forbes Your LinkedIn headline is a big piece of your branding. You can use your current job title as your LinkedIn headline but many people choose to brand themselves in a more individual way. Here are three LinkedIn headlines to get you thinking about your ...
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    NBCNews.com Facebook Hit With Lawsuit Over Plan to Issue New Stock NBCNews.com A Facebook shareholder filed a proposed class action lawsuit on Friday in a bid to stop the company's plan to issue new Class C stock, calling the move an unfair deal to entrench Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg as controlling shareholder. The lawsuit ... Will Facebook (FB) Stock Be Hurt by Shareholder Lawsuit?TheStreet.com Facebook hit with lawsuit over Zuckerberg's new stock optionITProPortal all 39 news articles »
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    Gizmodo How to Search the Deep Web Safely Gizmodo The deep web and its inner recess, the dark web—those less well-trodden parts of the internet beyond the reach of Google and Bing—are not for the faint-hearted or untrained. With the right tools, however, there's little to fear and plenty to discover ...
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    Fortune No, Intel Isn't Abandoning the Mobile Market Fortune For the last three years, Intel INTC 0.68% disclosed specific results for its mobile efforts. From 2012 through 2014, revenue declined to $202 million from $1.7 billion, an 89% drop, and the unit's net operating loss more than doubled to $4.2 billion ... Intel Abandons Atom Chips, Probably Leaving Mobile IndustryValueWalk Intel's Mobile DilemmaElectronics Weekly (blog) Intel Cancels Atom Processor, Could Exit Mobile IndustryUbergizmo SiliconANGLE (blog) -Apple Insider -Wall Street Journal
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    Business Insider The biggest change in fast food isn't about food - and it should terrify chains that can't keep up Business Insider Whether in Starbucks or Pizza Hut, mobile ordering is taking over the fast-food industry. Orders placed via smartphone will make up more than 10% of all quick-service restaurant sales by 2020, Business Insider Intelligence projects. At that point ... and more »
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    Bloomberg In the Mobile Phone Industry, Success Doesn't Skip a Generation Bloomberg This summer mobile carriers and their technology partners will begin testing the next generation of mobile networks—also known as 5G. While consumers probably won't see the results for another three or four years, the work going on now will help ... and more »
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    Ars Technica Italy orders Facebook to hand over fake user account data to its alleged victim Ars Technica The Italian data protection authority has ordered Facebook to provide an Italian user with all of their data, including the personal information, photos, and posts of a separate fake account set up in that person's name by somebody else. In addition ... Facebook ordered by Italy's data watchdog to help expose troll, hand over fake account data to alleged victimInternational Business Times UK Facebook force by Italian agency to share user data after complaint by victim of...
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    Wall Street Journal Fox and Disney want to sell their own web TV bundle, via Hulu for $40 a month CNBC Turns out the TV networks — the ones who sell their programming to Comcast and Time Warner Cable — think that's a good idea, too. The Wall Street Journal reports that Hulu is planning a new web subscription service that would sell live and on-demand ... Hulu Bets on Cable-Style Web TVNasdaq all 17 news articles »
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    CNNMoney Australian computer scientist claims he created Bitcoin CNNMoney Australian computer scientist Craig Steven Wright has publicly identified himself as "Satoshi Nakamoto," founder of the widely-used cryptocurrency Bitcoin. Wright has told three media organizations -- the BBC, the Economist and GQ -- that he is the ... 'I was the main part of it': Australian computer scientist claims to be Bitcoin creatorWashington Post Bitcoin creator unmasked: Australian computer scientist Craig Wright says he is Satoshi NakamotoVentureBeat Australian computer scientist Craig Wright claims...
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    Mashable This is what owning a mobile phone as an Australian kid in the 2000s was like Mashable Asking your parents for a mobile phone was like bidding for the Olympics. You'd spend weeks and months trying to convince them that you were responsible enough to have one. You'd promise you wouldn't run up crazy bills. You'd promise it was going to be ... and more »
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    Motley Fool 4 Things Facebook, Inc. Management Wants You to Know Motley Fool But there's more to Facebook's first-quarter results than the fast-growing figures highlighted in its earnings release. For a closer at the company's business, including some of its key catalysts today and where it expects future growth to come from ... Facebook Adds Voice Calls, Text Messaging To Messenger For AndroidForbes Facebook And Messenger Apps Come To Windows 10Lifehacker Australia all 22 news articles »
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    Austin American-Statesman Facebook still isn't a mall, but its bots aim to change that Austin American-Statesman It's now possible — though neither easy nor particularly convenient — to buy stuff on Facebook via automated messaging “bots.” But it's far from clear that people really want to go shopping on the social network. Last month, Facebook announced that ... and more »
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    Lifehacker Australia ​Internet Explorer: The second place web browser ZDNet Everyone now agrees: Internet Explorer is, at best, the second most popular web browser. NetMarketShare. Sometime in late 1998 or early 1999, Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) became the most popular web browser, beating out Netscape. Microsoft made ... Chrome Finally Beats Internet Explorer And Edge As Most Popular Web BrowserLifehacker Australia all 5 news articles »
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    KTRK-TV Cybercriminals locking you out from your computer, collecting ransoms KTRK-TV It's a crime that's been making the rounds for a while, but now there's a new twist. Cyber criminals are gaining access to your computers and encrypting files, locking you out, unless you pay a ransom. In some cases, costing victims thousands. But ...
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    The Seattle Times Swapping shifts with Shyft mobile app The Seattle Times One word — mobile: “That's why you're seeing a lot of entrepreneurs thinking of mobile as the next big opportunity of enterprise,” said Spain, who is not connected with Shyft. He thinks the growth trajectory for workers' mobile apps will progress ...
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    Motley Fool Is This the Way to Solve Facebook Inc.'s "Engagement Problem?" Motley Fool However, some cracks are beginning to appear in the company's social media empire, a fact Facebook and its investors cannot ignore. Thankfully, according to one recent source, Facebook is fast at work developing a new product it hopes will remedy its ... and more »
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    GolfDigest.com Ireland's Seamus Power Wins First Web.com Tour Title ABC News Seamus Power took advantage of the other leaders' late problems to win the United Leasing & Finance Championship on Sunday for his first Web.com Tour title. "It still hasn't really sunk in. Crazy day," the 29-year-old Power, the first Irish winner on ... Watch: Gribble loses Web.com event in painful fashionGolf Channel (blog) Witness Cody Gribble lose a Web.com Tour even in the most brutal way imaginableGolfDigest.com Bhavik Patel drops to tied second on Web.Com Tour eventBusiness Standard
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    Android Police How Happy Are You With Your Carrier's Mobile Data Speeds? Android Police I'm working on an article about 5G - it is becoming increasingly, exasperatingly long - and one of the major themes I'm finding is that new mobile technology is often touted as being the silver bullet for a problem with existing technology. For example ... T-Mobile's 2016 Guidance for Net Postpaid Customer Additions RoseMarket Realist all 4 news articles »
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    I Was Wrong About T-Mobile - Motley Fool

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    Motley Fool I Was Wrong About T-Mobile Motley Fool For those watching T-Mobile, it seems like Legere and his company have been hosting a huge customer acquisition party for the past few years, giving out SWAG bags of wireless goodies. And to the carrier's credit, lots of customers have wanted to join in. and more »
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    Facebook's Oculus Rift Won't be the iPhone of Virtual Reality Motley Fool In March, the social networking giant launched its first piece of hardware: the virtual reality headset Oculus Rift. Although the Oculus ... Zuckerberg touched on a wide range of subjects, but, at least for Facebook investors, his most pertinent ... and more »
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    Wall Street Journal Mobile-Payments War: Profits May Suffer Collateral Damage Wall Street Journal The mobile-payments war is getting messy. Far from the quick victory for Apple many expected when it entered the fray, the battle increasingly resembles a multifront conflict complete with overlapping agendas and shifting alliances. When asked on his ...
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    MyAJC (blog) Given computer glitches, will Milestones count? No, likely and maybe. MyAJC (blog) I know some readers became weary of all my reporting this week on the computer glitches surrounding the online administration of the Georgia Milestones. But when you attach high-stakes to the Georgia Milestones — retention in middle and elementary ... and more »
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