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  • Friday April 18, 2014
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  • Thursday April 03, 2014
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    Paris SG 2-1 Chelsea - Champions League 2014 CHLG Quarterfinal
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  • 48 Minutes Ago
    Google News started a thread Web

    How to reduce the number of ads in Gmail - CNET

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    Google updated its terms of service this week to clarify the manner in which software automatically scans and analyzes the content of your emails so the company can deliver what it calls "tailored advertising," in addition to ferreting out spam and malware. When you signed up for your Gmail account, you consented to such things. If you've been using Gmail for any length of time, however, then you've likely learned to ignore the ads it displays above, below, to the side, or directly inside your inbox. Perhaps with Google's terms of service in the news this week, you've given new thought to...
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  • 48 Minutes Ago
    With Paper, Facebook set out to prove that it could "think small," rebuilding itself from the ground up for mobile devices. This meant removing lots of clutter, and in some cases, leaving out certain features that some Facebook users might have considered essential. Today, Facebook is launching Paper 1.1, an update meant to add back a few of Facebook's most important features, while continuing to think about how Paper can be different. Paper 1.1's most noticeable addition is the inclusion of Birthdays and Events, two of Facebook's oldest features. But instead of bundling the two into your...
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  • 48 Minutes Ago
    LinkedIn proudly broadcasted its increasing mobile traffic last week, but that's not the only growth the company is experiencing. LinkedIn announced Friday it has reached 300 million registered users, a jump from 277 million members at the beginning of the year. LinkedIn announced the 200 million user milestone in January 2013, which means the company has added an average of 6.6 million new users per month over the past 15 months. This registered users figure is different from the number shared by other social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Those companies share a "monthly active...
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  • 48 Minutes Ago
    A 16-year-old girl who once tweeted, "The fact that suicide is an actual option for some people is what really breaks my heart," took her own life Monday night after posting a farewell video on YouTube. "I’m doing literally the whole world a favor," Maddie Yates said at the end of the 3-minute video, according to a transcript posted by BuzzFeed. "But I love you, and I’m sorry. And I really, really love you." The student at Louisville's Male High School explains on-camera that she'd been treated for anxiety and depression and been prescribed Prozac. "But I’ve been like this for so long,...
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  • 48 Minutes Ago
    Facebook says it’s not using its new Nearby Friends feature to target ads yet, but after I asked why it’s tracking “Location History” it admitted it will eventually use the data for marketing purposes. This morning, the proximity sharing feature began rolling out to iOS users after it’s launch yesterday, and with it I discovered anew “Location History” setting that must be left on to use Nearby Friends. For an overview of how the Nearby Friends option lets you share your proximity or real-time exact location, and its privacy implications, read my feature article from yesterday’s launch. ...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    Over the last couple weeks, many of my colleagues in the tech press have published reviews of the Galaxy S5, Samsung’s newest top-of-the-line smartphone. They all arrived at more or less the same conclusion: The S5 is a very nice device. Although it offers no spectacular advances over the previous version, Samsung seems to have done just enough with the S5 to stay ahead of every other Android phone maker. The only plausible competition comes in the form of the HTC One, which, as my colleague Molly Wood wrote, is prettier than the S5 but not as functional. The upshot of all these reviews is...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    RadioShack Sells iPhone 5s for $100 or Free with iPhone 4s Trade-in - TIMEYour browser, Internet Explorer 8 or below, is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how to update your browser Source: RadioShack Selling iPhone 5s for $100, or Free with iPhone 4S Trade - TIME
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    Here are the iPhone 5S and 5C. What's next? Apple Apple's iPhone 6 might be vaporware at this point, but that hasn't stopped one artist from taking a stab at what the device might look like, based on rumors. Designer Martin Hajek developed a vision of what the iPhone 6, based on rumors of the handset coming with a 4.7-inch display and Touch ID button on its face. The renderings also follow rumored changes to the handset, including Apple's plan to move the power button from the top of the device to the right...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    It’s well-established that the HTC One M8 is a good looking phone. It’s slick and sleek and totally ogle-worthy. But for as pleasant as it may be to look at the One M8, it’s just as much of a joy to use. If you’ve been hypnotized by the good looks of the device and you blanked out while watching tutorials or reading the manual, then we’ve got you covered with the best tips and tricks for putting your HTC One M8 to good use. How to skip the lock screenThe lock screen is standard on any smartphone, but that doesn’t mean you have to deal with it. The HTC One M8 allows you to bypass the lock...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    When Sony unveiled the Xperia Tablet Z, it offered a glimpse of the future for full-size Android tablets. Sleek, light and waterproof, the 10.1-inch slate was a true iPad competitor. Twelve months later, the company is back with its replacement. Although the Xperia Z2 Tablet looks almost identical to its predecessor from afar, it’s even lighter, thinner still and packed with updated components. By embracing the annual upgrade cycle widely adopted in the smartphone market, Sony wants to stay ahead of the curve. It faces stiff competition from Samsung’s new Galaxy NotePRO tablets, Apple’s...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    Aurich Lawson / Thinkstock Demonstrating yet another way the catastrophic Heartbleed vulnerability threatens users, malicious hackers were able to exploit the bug to successfully bypass multifactor authentication and fraud detection on an organization's virtual private network (), security researchers said. When the critical flaw in the OpenSSL cryptographic library came to light 11 days ago, it was best known as a dangerous hole that allowed attackers to siphon out user names, passwords, and even private encryption keys processed by vulnerable Web servers. More recently, researchers...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    For anyone who attended the Kaspersky Lab Cybersecurity Summit in San Francisco earlier this week, if they were looking for any sign that protecting networks was getting easier, they left sorely disappointed. Cybersecurity is getting harder, more complex, and continuously hampered by a lack of shared information. And that’s the good news. The session’s lead-off speaker was Tom Ridge, the nation’s first Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and a man who ought to know. Ridge now leads his own cybersecurity firm and spoke bluntly about the current state of affairs. He made it...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    Google News started a thread Security

    Agency: Target hackers may take years to find - USA TODAY

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    Bree Fowler, The Associated Press 3:25 p.m. EDT April 17, 2014 A customer signs his credit card receipt at a Target store in Tallahassee, Fla.(Photo: Phil Coale, AP) SHARE 69 CONNECT EMAILMORE WASHINGTON (AP) — Secret Service investigators say they are close to gaining a full understanding of the methods hackers used to breach retailer Target's computer systems last December. But the agency says it could take years to identify the criminals who stole some 40,000 debit and credit card numbers of Target shoppers and other personal information from as many as 70 million people in the...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    Jamie McGee, jmcgee@tennessean.com 9:38 a.m. CDT April 18, 2014 Stephen Watkins, CTO at hack_app, left, and John Reagan Moore, CEO of hack_app, sit at the Entrepreneur Center in Nashville. (Photo: Sanford Myers / The Tennessean ) As coding boot camps are popping up across the nation, a Nashville entrepreneur is offering a site that helps applicants find and apply to the school that best fits their needs. With U.S. businesses hungry for tech talent and a growing interest in entrepreneurism, demand is high for software skills. To address that need, more than 50 coding schools have...
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  • 2 Hours Ago
    TRI-STATE NEWS HEADLINESFrom our newsroom to your inbox weekday mornings at 9AM. Sign Up NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We rely on our smartphones for just about everything. But just like a computer, they can be easily hacked. As CBS 2′s Maurice DuBois reported, there are a growing number of apps and services that promise to help protect your personal information from outsiders. Jeremy Banner said he is taking precautions by using encryption technology on his phone. “I personally have had information stolen from me — my social security number — and I don’t want to fall victim to that kind of...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    SiteBot started a thread Computers

    How to reduce the number of ads in Gmail

    in Computers
    Google updated its terms of service this week to clarify the manner in which software automatically scans and analyzes the content of your emails so the company can deliver what it calls "tailored advertising," in addition to ferreting out spam and malware. When you signed up for your Gmail account, you consented to such things. If you've been using Gmail for any length of time, however, then you've likely learned to ignore the ads it displays above, below, to the side, or directly inside your inbox. Perhaps with Google's terms of service in the news this week, you've given new thought to...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    Josh Miller/CNET There has been a lot of talk about Samsung's latest flagship smartphone. The Galaxy S5 is filled with new and exciting features, which have helped make it one of the hottest products available today. Whether you're not eligible for an upgrade or simply aren't interested in the Galaxy S5, there is still a way to get some of Samsung's coolest features on your current Android device. Heart rate sensorThe heart rate sensor located on the back of the Galaxy S5 is one of the devices most noticeable features. Opening the S Health app and...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    Jason Cipriani/CNET A flatter version of the Facebook app is making its way to Android users. The new look also provides for quick access to the various sections of the app using gestures. What Facebook fails to mention in the change log is that your Most Recent feed all but disappears after the update. Thankfully, it is still available, it's just a pain to access, and the app often resets itself back to the default view. Screenshot by Jason Cipriani/CNET First...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    That dreaded moment when you realize your once super-fast computer is now bogged down by renegade files, programs, and services is one we can all relate to. I mean, the most exciting part of buying a new PC is when the first time you turn it on and experience it's amazing speed. "I'm going to be more productive than ever" you exclaim. And then after a few months of usages -- perhaps a few years -- the productivity and computer have both slowed to a crawl. It's time to take action and restore some speed -- some productivity. Here are three quick, easy, and cheap ways to improve your...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    RadioShack Sells iPhone 5s for $100 or Free with iPhone 4s Trade-in - TIMEYour browser, Internet Explorer 8 or below, is out of date. It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how to update your browser Source: RadioShack Selling iPhone 5s for $100, or Free with iPhone 4S Trade - TIME
    0 replies | 13 view(s)
  • 4 Hours Ago
    Josh Miller/CNET There has been a lot of talk about Samsung's latest flagship smartphone. The Galaxy S5 is filled with new and exciting features, which have helped make it one of the hottest products available today. Whether you're not eligible for an upgrade or simply aren't interested in the Galaxy S5, there is still a way to get some of Samsung's coolest features on your current Android device. Heart rate sensorThe heart rate sensor located on the back of the Galaxy S5 is one of the devices most noticeable features. Opening the S Health app and...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    What's This? By Karissa Bell2014-04-18 01:57:11 UTC Google has released a standalone version of its stock camera app for Android— and it's a significant improvement on its predecessor. The new app, called simply Google Camera, features a new user interface with revamped shooting modes, as well as the ability to selectively focus the camera. Rumors of the new app first surfaced earlier this month after it was reported the company was testing a new camera app that would be released independently of the upcoming Android 4.4.3 update. Google also unveiled Lens Blur, a brand new effect...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    New photos showing what appears to be another case for Apple's larger-screen iPhone 6 have been posted by Nowhereelse.fr Google Translate]. While details about the case's exact length are unknown, the images are said to have come from a Chinese accessory maker and show a case designed for the next-generation iPhone, similar to cases pictured last week and those on display at the Hong Kong Electronics Fair yesterday. The case feature slightly rounded edges, similar to the design of the iPhone 5c and consistent with design drawings said to be for the iPhone 6. Like other cases and in line with...
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  • 4 Hours Ago
    It’s well-established that the HTC One M8 is a good looking phone. It’s slick and sleek and totally ogle-worthy. But for as pleasant as it may be to look at the One M8, it’s just as much of a joy to use. If you’ve been hypnotized by the good looks of the device and you blanked out while watching tutorials or reading the manual, then we’ve got you covered with the best tips and tricks for putting your HTC One M8 to good use. How to skip the lock screenThe lock screen is standard on any smartphone, but that doesn’t mean you have to deal with it. The HTC One M8 allows you to bypass the lock...
    0 replies | 12 view(s)
  • 4 Hours Ago
    Aurich Lawson / Thinkstock Demonstrating yet another way the catastrophic Heartbleed vulnerability threatens users, malicious hackers were able to exploit the bug to successfully bypass multifactor authentication and fraud detection on an organization's virtual private network (), security researchers said. When the critical flaw in the OpenSSL cryptographic library came to light 11 days ago, it was best known as a dangerous hole that allowed attackers to siphon out user names, passwords, and even private encryption keys processed by vulnerable Web servers. More recently, researchers...
    0 replies | 18 view(s)
  • 4 Hours Ago
    For anyone who attended the Kaspersky Lab Cybersecurity Summit in San Francisco earlier this week, if they were looking for any sign that protecting networks was getting easier, they left sorely disappointed. Cybersecurity is getting harder, more complex, and continuously hampered by a lack of shared information. And that’s the good news. The session’s lead-off speaker was Tom Ridge, the nation’s first Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and a man who ought to know. Ridge now leads his own cybersecurity firm and spoke bluntly about the current state of affairs. He made it...
    0 replies | 12 view(s)
  • 4 Hours Ago
    Google News started a thread Security

    Agency: Target hackers may take years to find - USA TODAY

    in Security
    Bree Fowler, The Associated Press 3:25 p.m. EDT April 17, 2014 A customer signs his credit card receipt at a Target store in Tallahassee, Fla.(Photo: Phil Coale, AP) SHARE 69 CONNECT EMAILMORE WASHINGTON (AP) — Secret Service investigators say they are close to gaining a full understanding of the methods hackers used to breach retailer Target's computer systems last December. But the agency says it could take years to identify the criminals who stole some 40,000 debit and credit card numbers of Target shoppers and other personal information from as many as 70 million people in the...
    0 replies | 12 view(s)
  • 4 Hours Ago
    Jamie McGee, jmcgee@tennessean.com 9:38 a.m. CDT April 18, 2014 Stephen Watkins, CTO at hack_app, left, and John Reagan Moore, CEO of hack_app, sit at the Entrepreneur Center in Nashville. (Photo: Sanford Myers / The Tennessean ) As coding boot camps are popping up across the nation, a Nashville entrepreneur is offering a site that helps applicants find and apply to the school that best fits their needs. With U.S. businesses hungry for tech talent and a growing interest in entrepreneurism, demand is high for software skills. To address that need, more than 50 coding schools have...
    0 replies | 12 view(s)
  • 4 Hours Ago
    TRI-STATE NEWS HEADLINESFrom our newsroom to your inbox weekday mornings at 9AM. Sign Up NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — We rely on our smartphones for just about everything. But just like a computer, they can be easily hacked. As CBS 2′s Maurice DuBois reported, there are a growing number of apps and services that promise to help protect your personal information from outsiders. Jeremy Banner said he is taking precautions by using encryption technology on his phone. “I personally have had information stolen from me — my social security number — and I don’t want to fall victim to that kind of...
    0 replies | 12 view(s)
  • 4 Hours Ago
    A 16-year-old girl who once tweeted, "The fact that suicide is an actual option for some people is what really breaks my heart," took her own life Monday night after posting a farewell video on YouTube. "I’m doing literally the whole world a favor," Maddie Yates said at the end of the 3-minute video, according to a transcript posted by BuzzFeed. "But I love you, and I’m sorry. And I really, really love you." The student at Louisville's Male High School explains on-camera that she'd been treated for anxiety and depression and been prescribed Prozac. "But I’ve been like this for so long, and...
    0 replies | 9 view(s)
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