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    Telegraph.co.uk Mobile providers to install 4G antennas in church spires to help obliterate blackspots Telegraph.co.uk The new agreement, signed by Matt Hancock, the Digital Secretary, and Dr David Walker, the Bishop of Manchester, following a summit in December, states that the Government and Church will work with both "mobile and broadband providers" to "help deliver ... Church spires will be used to boost rural broadband and mobile connectionsSt Helens Star What a blessing! Church of England says it will put more mobile phone masts on spires in rural areasDaily Mail all 8 news...
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    New York Times To Stir Discord in 2016, Russians Turned Most Often to Facebook New York Times SAN FRANCISCO — In 2014, Russians working for a shadowy firm called the Internet Research Agency started gathering American followers in online groups focused on issues like religion and immigration. Around mid-2015, the Russians began buying digital ... Trump backs Facebook's VP of ads, who says Russia's meddling was designed to divide AmericaCNBC Facebook and Twitter Are Ill-Equipped to Stop Repeat of 2016 MeddlingFortune Social media firms, like Facebook, got played by Russian agentsKHOU...
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    Inverse How ad-free subscriptions could solve Facebook TechCrunch At the core of Facebook's “well-being” problem is that its business is directly coupled with total time spent on its apps. The more hours you pass on the social network, the more ads you see and click, the more money it earns. That puts its plan to ... How Facebook Seemingly Knows Everything About YouInverse all 2 news articles »
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    CSS as Bytecode - InfoQ.com

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    InfoQ.com CSS as Bytecode InfoQ.com Richard Feldman has built a framework that renders hundreds of thousands of shapes in HTML5 Canvas or a web app for long-form writing that can also function as an offline desktop app. We believe in functional reactive programming. It makes us very ...
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    Forbes Why You Should Not Text Facebook Back (Updated) Forbes Update: I have received a statement from Facebook chief security officer Alex Stamos about the issue. See the updated statement below. One of Facebook's best security features is two-factor authentication (2FA), which is a system that asks users to ... Facebook admits SMS notifications sent using two-factor number was caused by bugThe Verge Facebook apologizes for text spam for 2FA users; here's how to secure your account wiselyUSA TODAY Facebook Admits Spam Texts to Two-Factor Authentication Users Were a BugGizmodo...
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    CNN How to help victims of the Florida school shooting CNN (CNN) As the nation grapples with the horrifying school shooting in South Florida, there are ways to help. You can donate to funds for the victims and the families by clicking the button below: For those in the Florida area, you can also help by ... and more »
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    Recode The US government says Russia infiltrated Facebook with fake users, accounts and groups supporting Donald Trump Recode The Russian team had an annual budget that “totaled the equivalent of millions of U.S. dollars” and focused on “social media platforms such as YouTube, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.” Russian nationals reached out to local Trump campaign officials ... Russian Trolls Stole Real US Identities to Hide in Plain SightWIRED Mueller just hammered Facebook and TwitterYahoo Finance After Russian indictments, Facebook concedes it has "more to do"CBS News Bloomberg...
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    Business Insider Apple is being mocked in a hilarious video spoof of the 'What's a computer?' ad many find infuriating Business Insider The ad is meant to show the versatility of the iPad (and some in tech media have speculated it's a subtle dig at Microsoft). In this fantasy Apple world, traditional computers are so outdated that a child doesn't even know what they are. Of course ... and more »
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    How to reinstall Windows - Tech Advisor

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    Tech Advisor How to reinstall Windows Tech Advisor This is how to reinstall Windows 7 from DVD. However, some PCs allow you to reinstall Windows from a separate recovery partition on your hard disk and, in that case, you should follow the manufacturer's instructions. Alternatively, if you've lost your ...
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    CNET How to stop websites from using your computer to mine Bitcoin (and more) CNET Mining cryptocurrencies is a great way to earn small amounts of residual income (that could possibly be worth much more in the future). This is becoming an alternative revenue source some websites (and people with more nefarious intentions) are banking ... and more »
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    Ars Technica Bitcoin miner in NYC home interfered with T-Mobile network, FCC ... Ars Technica Bitcoin miner generated spurious emissions in 700MHz, disrupting T-Mobile LTE. FCC serves Bitcoin miner notice for static on T-Mobile callsCNET Brooklyn Bitcoin Mine Causes Static for T-Mobile Users - BloombergBloomberg T-Mobile's 700 MHz network stumbles over interference from bitcoin miner in BrooklynFierceWireless The National Law Review
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    Eater Three Food-Focused Mobile Games Worth Downloading Eater I love video games, and I love food, and I love video games about food. Which is why it breaks my heart that finding good video games featuring food, like Final Fantasy XV and its beautiful road trip cuisine or Gordon Ramsay Dash's mix of addictive ...
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    NPR Janelle Monáe Teases Dystopic, Afro-Futurist Emotion Picture 'Dirty Computer' NPR Who in the pop world but Janelle Monae could pack dystopian Afro-Futurism, sleek runway style, action sequences, club hotness and tender love into thirty seconds? Today, a teaser-trailer for Monae's new "emotion picture," Dirty Computer, was released ... Janelle Monáe Announces New Album Dirty ComputerPitchfork Watch the Trailer for Janelle Monáe's New Album and Film 'Dirty Computer'Complex Janelle Monáe announces new album, Dirty Computer, with a gorgeous teaserAV Club Billboard -Jezebel
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    Forbes Why Facebook Is The Next Big Player In Local Search Forbes Facebook understands the social media user's need to fit in and stay up-to-date, meaning the app is programmed to show where their users are or plan to go. Local search results will show popularity by friends -- not strangers -- without having to ask ...
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    Forbes Does T-Mobile Have What It Takes To Attack The Enterprise? Forbes T-Mobile US Inc. seems to be on fire in recent history. The “un-carrier,” as it bills itself, came out of the FCC auction last year winning an impressive amount of spectrum for future 5G deployment. Financial performance continues to be strong as the ...
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    Forbes The Mobile Versions Of 'PUBG' Look Great, But There's A Catch Forbes Popular 'Battle Royale' game PUBG has finally come to mobile devices, and it looks surprisingly good. In fact, players have been praising the game as a surprisingly good mobile port. Alex Walker of Kotaku Australia writes that "surprisingly, a game ... and more »
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    Los Angeles Times Electronics-recycling innovator faces prison for trying to extend computers' lives Los Angeles Times Lundgren grew up in Lynden, Wash., where, as a 16-year-old, he became the town's computer recycler after the local sheriff's department heard about his talent for fixing or reusing computer parts. Some parts of a computer — for example, the Apple ... and more »
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    VentureBeat Blockchain startup Aura will offer gaming rewards for your idle computer time VentureBeat These days, everybody wants to use your unused computer time. Aura is the latest blockchain company to make you an offer you can't refuse while you're AFK. Aura's GammaNow is a desktop app that lets PC gamers lend their idle computing power in exchange ... and more »
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    Investopedia (blog) Salon Wants to Use Your Computer for Cryptocurrency Mining Investopedia (blog) In their quest to generate revenues in a declining business, news publications have resorted to several innovative tactics. Now they are turning to cryptocurrencies. Online news and opinion site Salon.com became part of the news cycle itself recently ... Salon Wants to Borrow Your Computer to Mine CryptocurrencyDaily Beast Salon is running cryptocurrency-mining malware, and there's a problemMashable Salon to use readers' computers to mine cryptocurrencyThe Hill Ars Technica
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    Fortune Inside T-Mobile's Big, Brash Comeback Fortune It's true: Despite a year marked by a major disappointment—merger talks with rival Sprint broke down in November, with no deal—the numbers T-Mobile has just announced are formidable. Its 2017 revenue was $40.6 billion, up 8% from 2016, and more than ... AT&T front of the pack in nationwide real-world mobile video streaming testGlobeNewswire (press release) all 6 news articles »
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    CNBC Facebook is polling some users about whether it's 'good for the world' CNBC Facebook's call for feedback comes at after the social media giant has faced an array of criticism. Regulators have probed whether Russian actors manipulated social media to sway the 2016 presidential election. Investors and former executives have ... and more »
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    Is Your Site Ready For Mobile Search? - Forbes

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    Forbes Is Your Site Ready For Mobile Search? Forbes Simon is the VP of Search at ForRent.com in Norfolk, VA. Helping drive traffic & branding efforts within the multifamily space. Simon Heseltine , Forbes Councils. As I traveled around the U.S. last year speaking at different apartment associations ...
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    The Register Mobile phone dealer boss faces 12 years in director limbo The Register The boss of an Oxford-based mobile phone dealer who used a carousel scam to defraud the British tax collector from hundreds of thousands of pounds was today banned from holding directorships for 12 years. William Robert Howard, 45, ran the now ...
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    Java Engineer - Built In Chicago

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    Java Engineer Built In Chicago High proficiency with development tools and workflows (modern source control systems, unit testing, continuous workflow, etc.). Experience with popular Java libraries and frameworks (Spring, Hibernate, jBPM). Familiarity with the creation, and ...
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    Mac Rumors How to Drag and Drop Text Between Apps on the iPad Mac Rumors How to Drag and Drop Text Between Apps on the iPad. Wednesday February 14, 2018 1:19 PM PST by Juli Clover. iOS 11 introduced handy new drag and drop features on the iPad, that let you drag photos, files, links, and more between apps. What you might ... and more »
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    Forbes Ten Things Never, Ever To Put In Your LinkedIn Profile Forbes I manage a team of nine people. I am filling a job opening right now. I've interviewed six candidates for the job. I realize that we live in changing times. I realize that standards for professional behavior are constantly evolving. However, and even ...
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    TechCrunch Facebook should actually be Tinder too TechCrunch Facebook shouldn't blast you with tons of notifications teasing that someone likes you. It shouldn't try to get you to guess who it was from a short-list of people. And it shouldn't push you to swipe through all your friends. It should be subtle ... and more »
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    CNBC David Tepper's hedge fund bets on T-Mobile, reduces stake in Southwest Airlines CNBC Appaloosa Management disclosed in a Wednesday filing a nearly 3.86 million-share stake in T-Mobile in the fourth quarter of last year, and a reduction in its holding in Southwest Airlines by nearly 700,000 shares to 74,265 shares. Appaloosa also ... and more »
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    Gizmodo New Silicon Chip-Based Quantum Computer Passes Major Test Gizmodo Quantum computers, for the uninitiated, turn the rules of computers on their head like the Wizard of Oz going from black-and-white to color. Classical computers perform all of their calculations by converting data into binary code. Each zero or one is ... Quantum computers 'one step closer'BBC News Quantum computers go siliconScience News all 8 news articles »
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    BBC News Quantum computers 'one step closer' BBC News Quantum computing has taken a step forward with the development of a programmable quantum processor made with silicon. The team used microwave energy to align two electron particles suspended in silicon, then used them to perform a set of test ... New Silicon Chip-Based Quantum Computer Passes Major TestGizmodo Quantum computers go siliconScience News all 6 news articles »
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