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    TechCrunch Apple Design Award winner Florence breaks new ground in mobile gaming TechCrunch Designer Ken Wong's app Florence isn't exactly a game. Or a comic. It's a little bit of both — a new experience in storytelling using a mobile device. The app — or game, if you prefer — comes from the mind of Ken Wong, best known before Florence's ...
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    CBSSports.com 2018 FireKeepers Casino 400 odds, picks: Advanced computer model says Denny Hamlin surprises NASCAR at ... CBSSports.com NASCAR at Michigan takes center stage on Sunday at 2:00 p.m. ET with the 2018 FireKeepers Casino 400. Kurt Busch, who took down this race in 2015, earned the 2018 NASCAR at Michigan pole and is going off at 25-1, while Kevin Harvick is the Vegas ... and more »
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    CBSSports.com Yankees vs. Mets odds: Proven computer model on 10-0 MLB roll locks in Subway Series picks CBSSports.com The Yankees and Mets finish off their three-game Subway Series in prime time on Sunday. First pitch from Citi Field is at 8:05 p.m. ET. The Yankees are -228 on the money line, meaning it would take a $228 bet on the Bronx Bombers to return $100. Before ... and more »
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    Nature.com Police use a computer to expose false testimony Nature.com If you live in southern Spain, last June was not a good time to lose your smartphone and, as a way of getting an insurance payout, falsely claiming that you had been mugged. Ten police forces in Murcia and Malaga had some extra help in spotting your ...
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    Motley Fool Following Facebook Watch, Instagram Launches IGTV Motley Fool It's been nearly a year since social networking giant Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) launched Watch, its new video platform that seeks to challenge YouTube, one of the most popular video-sharing sites in the world that is owned and operated by Alphabet ... Facebook Takes Aim at YouTube, But It'll Be an Uphill Online BattleTheStreet.com Facebook stock closes at record after announcement of Instagram TVMarketWatch Want to make money from online video? Here's howUSA TODAY Instagram Press -Instagram Business -AP News
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    Yahoo Finance Is NVIDIA (NVDA) Stock Outpacing Its Computer and Technology ... Yahoo Finance Is NVIDIA Corporation (NVDA) Outperforming Other Computer and Technology Stocks This Year? Is Nvidia Overpriced Now?Seeking Alpha Nvidia Corporation - NVDA - Stock Price Today - ZacksZacks Nvidia: Covered Call StrategySeeking Alpha SEC.gov -SEC.gov
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    Computer program looks five minutes into the future Science Daily Computer scientists from the University of Bonn have developed software that can look a few minutes into the future: The program first learns the typical sequence of actions, such as cooking, from video sequences. Based on this knowledge, it can then ...
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    Engadget Diamond 'guitar' strings could lead to quantum computer memory Engadget Quantum computers need memory to perform tasks like their conventional counterparts, but it's hard to create that memory when it only takes nearby vibrating atoms to lose all their data. Scientists may have a clever solution, though: tune diamond like ... and more »
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    Computerworld Apple bans cryptocurrency mining apps on iOS to protect mobile users Computerworld "Just like with all the cryptocurrency mining utilities you get for PCs (in the shape of apps or browser plug-ins, most of which are malware), they thrash your CPU, and if you're running on battery, which you almost invariably are on a mobile device ... and more »
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    Yahoo Finance Facebook employee morale is low Yahoo Finance Facebook has long been considered one of the premier tech companies to work for, along with Google and Apple, but backlash to privacy concerns, the rise and spread of fake news, social media usage, and Russian advertising has eroded the morale of its ... Sandberg and Zuckerberg's differing responses to Tim Cook's criticism epitomizes sexism at workQuartz all 7 news articles »
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    Digital Trends To put a quantum computer on your desk, Intel has a plan unlike any other Digital Trends A computer that can go beyond the simple, binary 0s and 1s of today's 'classical' designs opens a new world of possibility, but the technical hurdles are massive, and no one knows how long it'll take to overcome them. That's not discouraging ...
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    4 Weeks Ago
    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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    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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    UW Today UW's Allen School to expand direct freshmen admissions in computer science UW Today In an effort to improve the student experience and provide certainty for prospective computer science majors, the University of Washington's Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering is expanding its direct to major admissions program for ...
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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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    Coindesk Telecoms Giant Wants to Move Mobile Data Top-Ups to a Blockchain Coindesk China Mobile Corporation, one of the three state-owned telecommunications giants in the country, is exploring the use of distributed ledger technology within its core mobile data business. According to patent application filed with China's State ... and more »
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    Wall Street Journal Clues to Parkinson's and Alzheimer's From How You Use Your Computer Wall Street Journal How you type or move a mouse could help detect whether you have a serious disease like Parkinson's. A Duke University doctor working with Microsoft researchers sifted through data on the physical movements of computer users that came from millions of ...
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    Business Insider 7 LinkedIn tips and tricks to help you make connections and find your next job Business Insider It's no secret that recruiters scour LinkedIn for potential job candidates. Indeed, your LinkedIn might even be your first point of contact with a recruiter or a potential employer. If you want to become a LinkedIn networking powerhouse, and maybe find ... and more »
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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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    Quartz How a 20-year old mobile technology protocol is revolutionizing Africa Quartz Mobile operators, especially in Africa — where the market is primarily prepaid—typically use USSD for their internal applications such as balance checks, top-ups, data bundles and promotions. More recently, banks and utility companies have started ...
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    The Union Leader Critics call for change to outdated computer sex crime law The Union Leader When New Hampshire legislators sat down in 2008 to fortify the state's internet sex crimes bill, which included the provision making computer-facilitated solicitation a felony, their focus was on child pornography and not situations like the Serpa case.
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    Forbes Hackers Could Use Sound To Crash Your Computer Forbes Interestingly enough, the team was able to hijack a laptop's speakers and use them to disrupt its own drive. They did it by simply auto-playing an audio file embedded on a website. In other tests they placed sound emitters near a computer. In both ...
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    Interesting Engineering This Month's Top 7 Free Tech Programs from Interesting Engineering Shop Interesting Engineering One effective way of bettering your sites is through the use of CSS with HTML. ... The bundle includes everything from beginner level Rails programming, to the basics of HTML5, and even simplified Java and Javascript programs. With an overall value of ...
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    CBSSports.com World Cup odds, predictions 2018: Proven computer model picks winners of every group CBSSports.com The stage is set for one nation to etch its name in history at the 2018 World Cup. The drama kicks off Thursday when host Russia takes on Saudi Arabia. Brazil is the 2018 World Cup favorite at 7-2, followed closely by defending champions Germany at 4-1 ... FIFA World Cup Bracket Challenge 2018: Advanced computer simulation has surprising upset picksWDEF News 12 all 2 news articles »
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    4 Weeks Ago
    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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    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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    2 Weeks Ago
    Recode Facebook has failed to build a business for publishers. Now it's trying again with news programming. Recode For years, Facebook has tried, and failed, to find a business model that rewards news publishers for distributing their content on the social network. Instant Articles, news stories that were hosted and monetized by Facebook, flopped. Deals in which ... Navigating Facebook's Pivot Away From NewsAdExchanger all 5 news articles »
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    Forbes This Week In Mobile: Oppo Find X, Blackberry Key2, Google Pixel 3, Sprint $15 Plan, iOS 12, VPNhub Forbes This is the cheapest unlimited mobile plan we've seen so far in the U.S. There's really nothing not to like about Sprint's new unlimited plan, aside from having to switch phones if yours is not compatible with CDMA networks used by Sprint and Verizon.
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    4 Weeks Ago
    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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    2 Weeks Ago
    Voice of America Google Leading Computer Training in Vietnam Voice of America In and around the Mekong Delta, school children will spend this summer moving rainbow-colored blocks and cartoon animals around a screen to get an early taste of computers in a program backed by Google. The tech company is paying for Vietnamese ... and more »
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