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    Salon Google, Facebook, Amazon undermine democracy: They play a role in destroying privacy, producing inequality Salon The result is a breakthrough, must-read book, “Move Fast and Break Things: How Facebook, Google and Amazon Cornered Culture and Undermined Democracy.” The book tells the tale of how the internet “was .... He is a very powerful Silicon Valley radical ... Google, Facebook and Amazon: monopolies that should be broken ...SiliconBeat all 7 news articles »
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    Android Central Get a lifetime subscription to premium web development courses for $50 Android Central You'll gain access to over 80 ebooks, 70 courses, and 300 tutorials, covering everything from coding in CSS, HTML, JavaScript, and more to key coding frameworks and libraries, like jQuery, Node, TypeScript, and more. You get a lifetime subscription to ...
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    The Seattle Times How Facebook keeps beating every rival The Seattle Times Facebook, they said, would never beat Myspace. Then Facebook was going to get a run for its money from every other social network — Twitter, Pinterest and more. Hey, could it survive Google's onslaught? Could it survive its own initial public offering? The smartphone is eventually going to die — this is Mark Zuckerberg's crazy vision for what comes nextBusiness Insider Murder Video Again Raises Questions About How Facebook Handles ContentNPR Facebook: VR's future is bright but 'full AR' is the holy...
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    CBS News Web extra: Lin-Manuel Miranda on the importance of federal funding for the arts CBS News The career of Lin-Manuel Miranda, the Pulitzer- and Tony Award-winning creator of the Broadway sensation “Hamilton,” has benefited from grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, one of the government agencies threatened with elimination by the ... and more »
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    Mashable Meet the woman who created a Google doc on how to tactical vote Mashable It's a detailed guide on how to vote tactically for the best chances of ousting the Conservative Party in each individual seat. It's basically a spreadsheet nerd's dream come true. It went viral straight away. Safe to say, its creator, Becky Snowden ... and more »
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    Chicago Daily Herald The biggest time suck at the office? Your slow, outdated computer Chicago Daily Herald Slow, outdated computers and intermittent internet connections demoralize workers, a survey of 6,000 European workers said. Half of U.K. employees said creaking computers were "restrictive and limiting," and 38 percent said modern technology would make ...
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    Mobile's Exploreum, where adults play, children learn Valdosta Daily Times During our most recent visit in early April, we again stayed in downtown Mobile, where we were able to walk to shops, art galleries, restaurants and several attractions, including the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center. This was one of the places ... and more »
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    Seeking Alpha Why T-Mobile Is A Better Company Than Verizon Seeking Alpha Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ) used to be known for it's fast speeds, impressive coverage, and good customer deals. Now, VZ has lost it's competitive edge, T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS) has caught up to VZ in terms of speed and coverage. As a result ... and more »
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    Odessa American GEEK: Forced to re-start computer when it crashes Odessa American Question: Computer frequently crashes, have to manually re-boot/re-start. Message says windows shut down incorrectly, asks if I want to “restart normally” (which I do). There doesn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to shut-down process — it can happen ...
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    BBC News Parents' mobile use harms family life, say secondary pupils BBC News An overuse of mobile phones by parents disrupts family life, according to a survey of secondary pupils. More than a third of 2,000 11 to 18-year-olds who responded to a poll said they had asked their parents to stop checking their devices. And 14% said ... and more »
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    Terre Haute Tribune Star Children learn, adults play at Mobile's Exploreum Science Center Terre Haute Tribune Star During our most recent visit in early April, we again stayed in downtown Mobile, where we were able to walk to shops, art galleries, restaurants and several attractions, including the Gulf Coast Exploreum Science Center. This was one of the places ...
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    MyDaytonDailyNews Spring cleaning your computer MyDaytonDailyNews As you're doing spring cleaning around the home, don't forget about your computer! It needs taken care of, too. Here are a few things you should consider doing to keep your computer in tip-top shape: Run a malware scanner to remove junk: Along with ... and more »
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    Springfield News Sun Spring cleaning your computer Springfield News Sun As you're doing spring cleaning around the home, don't forget about your computer! It needs taken care of, too. Here are a few things you should consider doing to keep your computer in tip-top shape: Run a malware scanner to remove junk: Along with ... and more »
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    Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won't Like the Choices WIRED No one wants murder videos on Facebook. But no one wants Facebook to censor their baby videos, either. Technology isn't ready to step in and tell the difference. So what are the legal options for stopping videos like the appalling killing uploaded last ...
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    Ketchum students cooperate to build food computer | News & Observer News & Observer Teacher Lydia Flynn said she had shown her classes Caleb Harper's Ted Talk about "food computers," and Lowie took a particular interest. The talk discusses ... and more »
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    Florida Today Computer repair centers multiplying in Brevard Florida Today Wow, does mention of computer repairs engender some conversation, and not merely about that Toshiba Future Frisbee of mine. The subject has come up in its share of email, all of it friendly and interesting, and the following readers have ...
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    NPR Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won't Like the Choices WIRED No one wants murder videos on Facebook. But no one wants Facebook to censor their baby videos, either. Technology isn't ready to step in and tell the difference. So what are the legal options for stopping videos like the appalling killing uploaded last ... Murder Video Again Raises Questions About How Facebook Handles ContentNPR all 2 news articles »
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    Fortune This Major Change Is Coming to Computer Design, Says Head of Amazon Alexa Fortune Every few years, a big shift in how we interact with computers arrives. In the 1970s we swapped out punch cards for terminals, and then moved on to using a mouse and desktop icons in the 1980s. Today, touch screens and mobile devices are the face of ...
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    Forbes Earnings Preview: What To Expect From T-Mobile On Monday Forbes T-Mobile Inc. is scheduled to report earnings after Monday's close. The stock hit a record high of $161.66/share in March 2017 and is currently trading near $155/share. The stock is prone to big moves after reporting earnings and can easily gap up if ... and more »
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    NPR Murder Video Again Raises Questions About How Facebook Handles Content NPR Video of a murder uploaded to Facebook this week upset many users, especially since it took Facebook two hours to take it down. But the incident illustrates a dilemma for the company as it becomes an open platform for both recorded and livestreamed video. Want to Stop Facebook Violence? You Won't Like the ChoicesWIRED all 2 news articles »
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    VICE News Google's new ad blocker could upend the web publishing business. Don't expect the U.S. to get in its way. VICE News News that Google, which is no stranger to antitrust battles, plans to implement an ad-blocking function on its Chrome web browser has caught the attention of regulators from Washington, D.C. to Brussels. The feature, first reported by the Wall Street ... Blocking Poor Web Ad Experiences: What's In It For Google?MediaPost Communications Report: Maybe Google won't use Chrome to destroy web advertisingGeekWire Google Plans Ad-Blocking Feature in Popular Chrome...
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    Salon Want a good manufacturing job? You need computer and programming skills now Salon Since President Donald Trump made bringing manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. one of his main priorities, debate has raged over what has caused the loss of millions of factory jobs since the late 1990s, and what can be done to stop the hemorrhaging.
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    Express.co.uk Three Mobile network DOWN - Customer's calls and texts not working across the UK Express.co.uk THREE Mobile customers are currently experiencing a major outage with the network DOWN and not working across the UK. By David Snelling David Snelling. PUBLISHED: 13:37, Sat, Apr 22, 2017 | UPDATED: 14:46, Sat, Apr 22, 2017 ... and more »
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    Ketchum students cooperate to build food computer Miami Herald Lowie Watkins, a Hemingway Elementary fourth-grader, had something to say. Teacher Lydia Flynn said she had shown her classes Caleb Harper's Ted Talk about "food computers," and Lowie took a particular interest. The talk discusses the fact that only ... and more »
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    Ketchum Students Cooperate to Build Food Computer U.S. News & World Report Teacher Lydia Flynn said she had shown her classes Caleb Harper's Ted Talk about "food computers," and Lowie took a particular interest. The talk discusses the fact that only about 2 percent of the nation's workers are farmers, but people could start ... and more »
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    NPR Murder Video Again Raises Questions About How Facebook Handles Content NPR Video of a murder uploaded to Facebook this week upset many users, especially since it took Facebook two hours to take it down. But the incident illustrates a dilemma for the company as it becomes an open platform for both recorded and livestreamed video. A cold killer leaves Facebook woundedThe Times (subscription) all 3 news articles »
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    BBC News Computer hacker Adam Mudd attacked gaming websites BBC News A teenager made about £360,000 by creating computer hacking software which cost universities, gaming websites and other businesses millions of pounds, a court has heard. Adam Mudd, 20, of Hertfordshire, has already admitted offences under the ... Computer nerd 'made £300,000 from his bedroom at his parents ...Mirror.co.uk Teenage hacker made almost £400000 from selling a computer virusThe Times (subscription) all 9 news articles »
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    Ars Technica Mobile industry loses its bid to stop Berkeley's cellphone warning ... Ars Technica On Friday, a federal appeals court ruled in favor of the City of Berkeley, allowing the city to keep its law that requires radiation warning signs in all cellphone ... and more »
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    NPR Murder Video Again Raises Questions About How Facebook Handles Content NPR Video of a murder uploaded to Facebook this week upset many users, especially since it took Facebook two hours to take it down. But the incident illustrates a dilemma for the company as it becomes an open platform for both recorded and livestreamed video. Facebook is more than just a pipe — it is a publisher tooFinancial Times Facebook shooting victim honored by police with digital paintingFox News Forget Facebook. Killers have always found ways to broadcast themselves.Washington Post WBUR -Daily Caller
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