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    'Content Providers' Easily Find Ways Around Facebook's Rules Snopes.com Here we dive into the digital media firm Providr, a company like many others that creates “engaging” content for Facebook pages with a high number of followers. Providr rewards those influencers with direct financial incentives, often a cut of the ...
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    Popular Science Save hundreds of dollars on a custom computer desk—by building it yourself Popular Science After spending countless hours putting together a killer workstation, you have a tricked-out desktop computer, multiple monitors, bangin' speakers, and...a surface that's too tiny to fit it all. Here's how to build your own ergonomic, customized desk ...
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    WIRED Security News This Week: T-Mobile Web Portal Exposed 74 Million Accounts WIRED Also this week, the FBI admitted that its official figure was drastically overstated for number of mobile devices it could not gain access to because of data protections like encryption. The revelation reignited controversy about the true scope of what ...
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    WYSIWYG Web Builder 14.0.3 Neowin HTML5 document type (optimized HTML5 output). HTML5 audio/video and YouTube HTML5 support. HTML5 forms: native form validation, new input types and options, web storage. HTML5 canvas and svg support in shapes and other drawing tools. CSS3 @font-face ...
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    9to5Mac Apple's secret Star project revealed: ARM-based, touchscreen hybrid computer with LTE 9to5Mac It was the first commercial device to be what we consider a computer these days, with a bitmapped display, a graphical user interface, a mouse, and access to e-mail. More than 30 years later, Apple is now working on a new device, codenamed Star. With ...
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    Reuters T-Mobile says ex-Trump campaign manager advising on Sprint merger Reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) - T-Mobile US (TMUS.O) said it is getting advice on its proposed $26 billion merger with Sprint Corp (S.N) from a lobbying firm whose staff includes several members of President Donald Trump's election team such as former ... T-Mobile Says It Hired Lobbying Firm Tied to Former Trump Aide Corey LewandowskiWall Street Journal T-Mobile hired lobbying firm linked to former Trump campaign manager Corey LewandowskiCNBC T-Mobile's getting lobbying help from Trump allies in deal for...
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    Wall Street Journal T-Mobile Says It Hired Lobbying Firm Tied to Former Trump Aide Corey Lewandowski Wall Street Journal According to documents reviewed by The Wall Street Journal and people familiar with his involvement, Mr. Lewandowski receives a cut of the fees paid to the lobbying firm on the T-Mobile contract. The precise nature of his work with Turnberry Solutions ... T-Mobile hired lobbying firm linked to former Trump campaign manager Corey LewandowskiCNBC T-Mobile says ex-Trump campaign manager advising on Sprint mergerReuters T-Mobile's Getting Help From Trump Allies in...
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    Using the K computer, scientists predict exotic 'di-Omega' particle Science Daily Based on complex simulations of quantum chromodynamics performed using the K computer, one of the most powerful computers in the world, the HAL QCD Collaboration, made up of scientists from the RIKEN Nishina Center for Accelerator-based Science ... and more »
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    TechCrunch Gravy's new mobile game show is 'Price is Right' mixed with QVC TechCrunch Following the success of the live mobile game show HQ Trivia, a team of serial entrepreneurs have begun testing the market to see if another game show concept can work, too. Their new game show-inspired app, Gravy, is meant to be a riff on the “Price ...
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    The Verge Facebook and Google hit with $8.8 billion in lawsuits on day one of GDPR The Verge On the first day of GDPR enforcement, Facebook and Google have been hit with a raft of lawsuits accusing the companies of coercing users into sharing personal data. The lawsuits, which seek to fine Facebook 3.9 billion and Google 3.7 billion euro, were ... Facebook, Google face first GDPR complaints over “forced consent”TechCrunch Facebook, Google face complaints worth $8 billion over alleged breach of new EU data lawCNBC Facebook and Google are already facing lawsuits under new data...
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    Engadget Another T-Mobile bug gave anyone access to your sensitive info Engadget A security researcher recently discovered a bug on T-Mobile's website that allowed anyone to access subscribers' personal details. Those include users' full names, addresses and, in some cases, even their tax details and the PIN they nominated for ... T-Mobile customer data at risk before bug was squashedUSA TODAY An unsecured T-Mobile website made customer information ...The Verge T-Mobile bug let anyone see any customer's account details | ZDNetZDNet Gizmodo -9to5Mac -BGR
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    USA TODAY T-Mobile customer data at risk before bug was squashed USA TODAY T-Mobile acknowledged a recent bug on its website that would let anyone with a customer's phone number access account details about that person, including their name, address and in some instances PIN numbers and tax ID numbers. But T-Mobile says ... An unsecured T-Mobile website made customer information available to anyoneThe Verge Another T-Mobile Bug Reportedly Exposed Sensitive Customer Account DataGizmodo T-Mobile bug let anyone see any customer's account detailsZDNet 9to5Mac -BGR -Mac Rumors
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    New York Times Ireland's Abortion Vote Becomes a Test for Facebook and Google New York Times After the video was republished as a referendum campaign ad on Facebook by a group from an unknown location, it attracted more than 1.2 million views, he said. He also showed an anti-abortion ad on Facebook that purported to be from an unbiased ... and more »
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    Chicago Tribune CTA manager resigns after nude photos found on his computer Chicago Tribune The investigation, opened in May 2017, found the manager violated CTA policy by using work resources to view offensive material, engaging in conduct unbecoming a CTA employee and connecting a non-CTA device to his work computer, the inspector ...
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    How to Install NetBeans to Write and Debug HTML on Your Mac for Free, Part II The Mac Observer NetBeans is a very useful Integrated Development Environment (IDE) that supports the development of many languages on the Mac. In the first article, I explained how to do the install. Here, in Part II, well show how to get started writing and learning ...
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    The Verge An unsecured T-Mobile website made customer information available to anyone The Verge A T-Mobile web domain left millions of customers' account information — including their names, addresses, and sometimes tax identification numbers — unprotected for anyone to access. The website is designed as a customer care portal for employees, ... T-Mobile bug let anyone see any customer's account detailsZDNet T-Mobile website exposed customer data, had no password protection9to5Mac Unprotected T-Mobile API Let Anyone Get Customer Data With Just a Phone NumberMac Rumors TmoNews
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    Politico Facebook rolls out political ad disclosures Politico Facebook is rolling out its promised new disclosures on political advertising on Thursday — including so-called issue ads that were used by Russian-linked accounts to spread misinformation and chaos in the 2016 election. The disclosures include a tag ... Facebook and Instagram launch US political ad labeling and archiveTechCrunch After Russia scandal, Facebook begins labeling political adsCNNMoney Facebook Starts Labeling Political Ads in the USVariety Recode -The Verge -Fortune
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    Palo Alto Online Should Palo Alto students be required to study computer science? Palo Alto Online The Computer Science Curriculum Design Advisory Committee has recommended that computer science be treated like a core subject, offered in various forms from pre-kindergarten through 12th grade and required to graduate from high school. Committee ... and more »
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    CNET Vevo to shut standalone mobile apps, making YouTube its main gig CNET Music video streamer Vevo will shut down its mobile apps and consumer streaming website in the coming weeks, making YouTube even more dominant in how people watch its catalog of thousands of official music videos. Vevo is a popular purveyor of online ... Vevo Is Killing Off Its Mobile Apps, Website to Refocus on YouTubeVariety all 17 news articles »
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    Letter: Stockbridge shows how to have a town meeting Berkshire Eagle Letter: Stockbridge shows how to have a town meeting. Posted Thursday, May 24, 2018 12:57 pm. To the editor: On the night of May 21, Stockbridge held its 2018 annual town meeting. The warrant was substantial; a few articles were withdrawn.
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    Forbes How To Scan Your Computer For Malware With Google Chrome Forbes Click the bottom button and Chrome will start scanning your computer. The behind-the-scenes malware detection is actually handled by ESET, a highly-regarded IT security company based in Slovakia. It's worth knowing that the scanner doesn't just look ...
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    OhmniLabs Launches First Open Telepresence Robotics Platform PR Newswire (press release) The newly launched in-call Ohmni API makes it easy to remotely control these devices, with no networking, signaling, or cloud development required. With Ohmni coding framework for robotics, developers can build rich, interactive HTML5/CSS/JS overlays ... and more »
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    CNBC Facebook users worldwide are being asked to review their privacy settings as GDPR looms CNBC Facebook users will soon see a notice on their accounts asking them to review their privacy settings, as the company prepares for the rollout of new data protection rules in Europe. The alert, which starts appearing this week, asks users across the ... Facebook is about to ask every user a few big privacy questionsFast Company Facebook will push privacy alert to users outside EU ahead of GDPRCNNMoney Facebook will ask users outside of Europe to review their privacy settings, tooRecode...
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    Engadget LG G7 pre-orders start this week at Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon Engadget If you've decided that the LG G7 ThinQ is more appealing than its major rivals, you now know when and how you can get it in the US. Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizo ... Sprint is charging more for the LG G7 ThinQ than Verizon or T-MobileThe Verge Sprint Pre-order for LG G7 ThinQ Begins Friday, May 25; Lease One, Get One on Us - Just $33 per Month for Two ...Sprint Newsroom all 44 news articles »
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    Forbes Two Ways Mobile Is Cleaning Up Its Act Forbes Where the web has cookies, mobile has the device ID, a more secure identifier that fraudsters have nevertheless found ways around. Alternatives like persistent IDs, which start with an account login or universal IDs carried through ad networks aim to ...
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    ZDNet Qualcomm launches Snapdragon 710 platform in mobile AI, neural networking push ZDNet The new mobile platform supports the Snapdragon X15 LTE modem for up to 800Mbps download speeds, as well as 4x4 MIMO technology - on up to 2 aggregated carriers -- for faster speeds in areas with poor reception. New 710 architectures include the ... Qualcomm Snapdragon 710 Mobile Platform Brings In-Demand Premium Features to a New Tier of SmartphonesPR Newswire (press release) Qualcomm brings high-end features to more affordable phones with the Snapdragon 710 Mobile PlatformPhone Arena all...
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    GeekWire Secretive startup Pattern Computer emerges from stealth, promising ... GeekWire A mysterious startup helmed by well-known tech prognosticator Mark Anderson is coming out of hiding today, with a goal of using what it says are new ... Pattern Computer – Startup Claims Breakthrough in 'Pattern Discovery' TechnologyHPCwire Pattern Computer Comes Out of Stealth Mode and Launches Groundbreaking Pattern Discovery TechnologyBusiness Wire (press release) all 3 news articles »
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    The Verge Facebook is expanding its unconventional approach to combating revenge porn The Verge Facebook made headlines last fall when news surfaced of a somewhat counterintuitive approach to combating revenge porn that involved asking users to upload nude photos to the company's servers. Now, the official safety division of Facebook says it's ... Facebook's controversial 'revenge porn' pilot program is coming to the US, UKCNNMoney Facebook Wants To Protect Your Nudes By Storing them as a “Digital Fingerprint”Futurism Facebook's plan to stop revenge porn may be even creepier than...
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    Engadget Sprint is charging more for the LG G7 ThinQ than Verizon or T-Mobile The Verge The LG G7 ThinQ will be even more expensive on Sprint than Verizon or T-Mobile. Today, Sprint announced its price for the LG G7 ThinQ will be $792. That's $42 more than other major carriers. Verizon and T-Mobile are both charging $750, which is already ... LG G7 pre-orders start this week at Sprint, T-Mobile and VerizonEngadget all 20 news articles »
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    TechCrunch Facebook is updating how you can authenticate your account logins TechCrunch Facebook is simplifying the process for two-factor verification on its platform so you won't have to give the company your phone number just to bring additional security to your device. The company announced today that it is adding support for third ... Facebook Is Beefing Up Its Two-Factor AuthenticationWIRED Facebook's new two-factor authentication process no longer requires a phone numberThe Verge Facebook is busy enhancing two-factor authentication, group tools, and moreDigital Trends...
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