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    Mashable T-Mobile is the way to go if you want the fastest 4G LTE in the US Mashable The "uncarrier" blew past Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint in five out of six major metric tests, besting the competition on 4G download speed, 3G download speed, overall download speed, 3G latency, and 4G availability. The only metric T-Mobile didn't win was ... T-Mobile is best mobile network in all categories but one, OpenSignal saysDigital Trends T-Mobile Smokes Rival Mobile Carriers In Speed According To OpenSignal AnalysisHot Hardware Customers Have Spoken: T-Mobile's Network is Tops -- AGAINBusiness...
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    PCWorld Kano Computer Kit Complete review: A fun DIY 'laptop' that teaches kids to build PCs and code PCWorld Make your own laptop. Learn to code. Hack Minecraft. The tantalizing promise of Kano's Computer Kit Complete ($250 at Target and Kano's website) is made clear right on the front of its brightly colored packaging. This charming kit for kids contains ...
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    Fortune This Mobile Carrier Has the Fastest Network, According to New Study Fortune The big wireless carriers have another data point to use in their battle for bragging rights over which one has the best mobile network. And this time, T-Mobile came out on top. It had the fastest network overall in the fourth quarter, according to ... T-Mobile is the way to go if you want the fastest 4G LTE in the USMashable T-Mobile is best mobile network in all categories but one, OpenSignal saysDigital Trends Latest OpenSignal State of the Mobile Networks report shows T-Mobile still on top,...
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    Daily Beast Computer Program That Calculates Prison Sentences Is Even More Racist Than Humans, Study Finds Daily Beast A computer program used to calculate people's risk of committing crimes is less accurate and more racist than random humans assigned to the same task, a new Dartmouth study finds. Before they're sentenced, people who commit crimes in some U.S. states ... Computer Program that Calculates Jail house tenure in US is more racist than HumansNews Release India all 2 news articles »
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    TIME Facebook Wants to Open Special 'Community Skills Hubs' in Europe and Train a Million People TIME (BRUSSELS) – Facebook said on Monday it will open three new centers in Europe to train people in digital skills and is committed to training one million people over the next two years, part of the social media giant's drive to show its contribution to ... and more »
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    Bloomberg FX Traders Do $100 Million Deals on Mobile Phones Bloomberg Financial companies are becoming more comfortable with employees using mobile apps as security features improve, including facial recognition and fingerprint readers, he said. The biggest trade on the bank's mobile FX trading app exceeded $400 million ... and more »
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    Bloomberg Deutsche Telekom CEO Touts 5G Mobile `Revolution' for Services Bloomberg Deutsche Telekom's Hoettges claims the ultra fast fifth generation of wireless technology will be a "revolution." The ultra-fast fifth generation of wireless technology will be a “revolution” for the telecom industry, spurring new services and revenue ...
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    Yahoo Finance Contrite Facebook executives seek to ward off more European rules Yahoo Finance MUNICH (Reuters) - Facebook executives are fanning out across Europe this week to address the social media giant's slow response to abuses on its platform, seeking to avoid further legislation along the lines of a new hate speech law in Germany it says ... Contrite Facebook executives seek to ward off more European rulesReuters all 2 news articles »
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    Aiken Standard Hour of Code: Unlocking the mysteries of computer science in area schools Aiken Standard Information technology employees with Savannah River Nuclear Solutions recently helped area students decipher the often-perceived mystery of computer programming as a part of National Computer Science Week. Computer programming is a crucial element of ...
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    Reuters Contrite Facebook executives seek to ward off more European rules Reuters MUNICH (Reuters) - Facebook (FB.O) executives are fanning out across Europe this week to address the social media giant's slow response to abuses on its platform, seeking to avoid further legislation along the lines of a new hate speech law in Germany ... and more »
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    More Chinese airlines allow inflight mobile phone use Xinhua A crew member opens the inflight wifi service on board the flight CZ6365 of China Southern Airlines, Jan. 20, 2018. More Chinese airlines have begun to allow mobile phone use on their aircraft or announced plans to lift a ban. Passengers on board the ...
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    Santa Fe New Mexican PNM seeks new wind, solar farms for Facebook data center Santa Fe New Mexican Reginald McKnight, left, and Darin Daskarolis, right, both of Facebook, walk with Gov. Susana Martinez on the Facebook data center grounds Nov. 14 in Los Lunas. Juan Antonio Lebreche/For The New Mexican. ×. Viewed 1 of 5. Welcome! We hope that you ... Utility seeks new wind, solar farms for Facebook data centerCharlotte Observer all 3 news articles »
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    Students can engage in free computer workshops at Power Vista Buffalo News Free hands-on, computer programming workshops are underway at the New York Power Authority's (NYPA) Niagara Power Vista. The series is called “Sensational Science Saturdays,” and is aimed at children in grades 5-8, although all ages are invited. All ...
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    AOL Sheriff's office: Las Vegas shooter had child porn on computer AOL Sheriff's office: Las Vegas shooter had child porn on computer. Veuer. Nick Cardona. Jan 20th 2018 3:22PM. A new discovery has been made in the investigation into Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock. According to the sheriff's office, Paddock had ... Police Discover Child Pornography on Las Vegas Shooter's ComputerThe Root Vegas gunman had child porn on computer, police announce search for new person of interestWJLA Las Vegas shooting: Stephen Paddock may have targeted Southern CaliforniaABC Action News
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    Virginian-Pilot Neighbors took on T-Mobile when it tried to put a tower in their neighborhood – and won Virginian-Pilot The tower was supposed to go up within eyeshot of the Westbury neighborhood, a 150-foot rod that would boost cell phone service for the region's T-Mobile users. Developers knew it would be a tough sell – they had already tried to put the pole somewhere ... and more »
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    CBSSports.com 2018 NFL Playoff odds and picks: Advanced computer model loving Under in Patriots-Jaguars CBSSports.com The NFC and AFC Championship Games in the NFL playoffs on Sunday will attract bets from average Joes to professional bettors. The Patriots are 7.5-point favorites over the Jaguars and the Vikings are three-point favorites over the Eagles. The Over ... and more »
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    CNET How to protect yourself from Meltdown and Spectre CPU flaws CNET Read more here. The good news: Intel, AMD and Arm believe they can fix -- or at least mitigate -- the so-called Meltdown and Spectre flaws with software patches, and Microsoft, Apple and Google have already released some of those mitigations. (AMD says ... How to protect your PC from the major Meltdown and Spectre CPU flawsPCWorld Google Online Security Blog: Today's CPU vulnerability: what you need to knowGoogle Security Blog Intel Responds to Security Research Findings - Intel NewsroomIntel Newsroom The...
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    The Independent Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock had child abuse images on his computer, police announce as they search for ... The Independent The preliminary report said police had found “several hundred images” of child pornography on a computer hard drive when they searched the four laptops belonging to Paddock, but officers are still investigating the source of the images. Police also ... Police Discover Child Pornography on Las Vegas Shooter's ComputerThe Root all 60 news articles »
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    BGR T-Mobile's customer service is its biggest success story BGR Since John Legere took control of T-Mobile in 2012, the carrier has orchestrated a remarkable turn-around. Through launching the Un-Carrier initiative, T-Mobile turned its scrappy underdog status into a marketing plug, and by adding the iPhone to its ... and more »
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    Engadget 'Skullgirls' relaunches on mobile as developer ditches publisher Engadget Stylized fighting game Skullgirls came out for mobile in May of last year. It was developed by Autumn Games and initially published by Line. Now, the developer has decided to part ways with the publisher and go back to being independent. As a result of ... and more »
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    ABC News Las Vegas gunman's computer had child pornography and 'disturbing search history,' report shows ABC News The analysis of a computer belonging to Las Vegas mass shooter Stephen Paddock revealed a "disturbing search history" and numerous images of child pornography, investigators said today. Interested in Las Vegas Shooting? Add Las Vegas Shooting as an ... Las Vegas shooter Paddock had child porn on computer, FBI investigating person of interest: sheriffFox News Police report that Las Vegas shooter had child pornography on his computerTheBlaze.com Las Vegas shooter began to...
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    The Verge Facebook is going to start surveying users to determine trustworthy news sources The Verge Last week, Facebook announced the first part of its plan, by working to shift its algorithms towards “meaningful posts” by cutting down on public content from brands in favor of your actual Facebook friends. While many saw this as a reckoning for ... Facebook is asking users to pick which news outlets are 'trustworthy' — and will demote the losers in your feedBusiness Insider Facebook to prioritize 'trustworthy' news sourcesReuters Facebook's fake war on fake newsEngadget Nieman...
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    Fox News Las Vegas shooter Paddock had child porn on computer, FBI investigating person of interest: sheriff Fox News Raw video: Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Sheriff Joe Lombardo holds a press conference to discuss 81-page report. Investigators scanning computers belonging to Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock found “numerous” child pornography photos, the ... Las Vegas gunman's computer had child pornography and 'disturbing search history,' report showsABC News Las Vegas Shooter Steven Paddock Had 'Numerous' Child Porn Photos on ComputerThe Epoch Times Las Vegas shooter...
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    Sun Sentinel T-Mobile: Free iPhone 8 or $700 off iPhone X Sun Sentinel T-Mobile is having a hot New Year's sale, offering a free iPhones 8 with purchase or up to $700 off iPhone X. Buy an Apple iPhone 7, 7 Plus, 8, or 8 Plus and get a second of equal or lesser via a prepaid Mastercard valued at up to $700. The deal's good ... and more »
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    PetaPixel (blog) Instagram Now Tells People When You Were Last On: Here's How to Disable It PetaPixel (blog) Instagram is rolling out a new Activity Status feature that you may or may not be comfortable with, depending on how much privacy you like to have on social networks. It allows people you follow or have previously chatted with to see how long ago you ... and more »
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    Engadget Facebook is testing the ability to create Stories on PC Engadget Unlike its Instagram counterpart, Facebook Stories hasn't been doing as well. The social network even launched Instagram-to-Facebook crossposting and merged it with one of its other Snapchat clones, Messenger Day, over the past few months in an effort ... Facebook won't retreat from Stories as it adds desktop postingTechCrunch Facebook adds desktop uploads for its Stories feature - The VergeThe Verge Facebook Doubling Down on Stories Format By Testing Ability to Post From DesktopMac Rumors
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    New York Times Executive Behind Facebook's China Charm Campaign Is Out New York Times HONG KONG — The executive in charge of Facebook's efforts to court China has left the company, a fresh setback for the social network as it seeks to get its products into China's huge internet market. Wang-Li Moser, who as Facebook's lead liaison with ...
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    Engadget FCC admits mobile internet is a poor broadband replacement Engadget As dictated by Section 706 of the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the FCC released its annual draft 2018 Broadband Deployment Report on Wednesday. In it, the commission made a surprising concession: that no, mobile data and wired broadband are not in ... FCC report keeps faster definition of broadband and separates mobile from fixed connectionsTechCrunch FCC admits mobile can't replace home Internet, won't lower speed ...Ars Technica FCC chairman: 'Mobile broadband service is not a full substitute for fixed...
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    The Australian Talking Trump: A how-to guide to dealing with the US President The Australian Around the same time, Mr. Trump had an idea about how to counter the nuclear threat posed by North Korea, which he got after speaking to Russian President Vladimir Putin: If the U.S. stopped joint military exercises with the South Koreans, it could ... and more »
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