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    CBSSports.com NFL odds, picks Week 10: Advanced computer model loves Patriots, Giants CBSSports.com With so many eye-popping games and so many NFL odds on the move, you'll want to know what SportsLine's advanced computer model is picking. SportsLine's Projection Model went an amazing 174-80-2 on straight-up NFL picks last season -- better than ... and more »
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    PetaPixel (blog) How to Shoot Double Exposure Concert Photography PetaPixel (blog) I recently shot a series of double exposure photos of the band Don't Know How But They Found Me at The Knitting Factory, and they've received a great response. So, I thought it would be worth explaining how I took them! If you also have a Nikon D750 or ...
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    MIT Technology Review For Brain-Computer Interfaces to Be Useful, They'll Need to Be Wireless MIT Technology Review For decades, brain-computer interfaces have been imagined as a way for people who are paralyzed or those who have lost arms to be able to do everyday tasks like brushing their hair or clicking a TV remote—just by thinking about it. Such robotic ...
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    CNET T-Mobile's gigabit network push reaches 430 markets in US CNET T-Mobile now offers 1-gigabit-per-second mobile networks in 430 markets, an expansion it hopes will extend its progress wooing subscribers away from the more powerful Verizon and AT&T. Today's mobile networks are powered by a technology called LTE ... T-Mobile more than doubles its gigabit LTE availabilityEngadget Qualcomm and T-Mobile spread Gigabit LTE to 430 markets, LTE-A in 920+ markets9to5Mac T-Mobile's LTE Advanced network now live in over 920 marketsAndroid Central Tom's Guide -SlashGear -TechRadar
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    CBSSports.com NFL odds, picks for Week 10: Advanced computer model loves Patriots and Rams CBSSports.com With so many eye-popping games and so many NFL odds on the move, you'll want to know what SportsLine's advanced computer model is picking. SportsLine's Projection Model went an amazing 174-80-2 on straight-up NFL picks last season -- better than ... and more »
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    Washington Post Facebook's first president, on Facebook: 'God only knows what it's doing to our children's brains' Washington Post The Facebook founders purposefully created something addictive, the social network's first president told Axios in an interview. “God only knows what it's doing to our children's brains,” Sean Parker said in the interview published Thursday. With each ... Facebook founding president sounds alarmBBC News Is Mark Zuckerberg Facebook's Last True Believer?Vanity Fair Ex-Facebook Chief Warns Site Was Built To Exploit People's WeaknessesHuffington Post Canada...
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    Help with showing HTML5 native video player 'controls' upon replay only SitePoint I'm trying to see if it's possible to only display the HTML5 native video player 'controls' upon replay. Currently, when the webcam is accessed and the ... getUserMedia({audio: true, video: true }) .then(initRecorder) .catch(console.error)
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    CBSSports.com NFL odds and picks, Week 8 : Proven computer model loves Steelers, Saints CBSSports.com With so many eye-popping games and so many NFL odds on the move, you'll want to know what SportsLine's advanced computer model is picking. SportsLine's Projection Model went an amazing 174-80-2 on straight-up NFL picks last season -- better than ... and more »
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    CNBC How to deactivate your Facebook account, and what happens next CNBC It wasn't a snap decision, but a culmination of a lot of things that peaked with some of the revelations about how the Russians used the platform to spread targeted ads and widen political divisions in the U.S. during the last presidential election. I ... and more »
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    CNET Microsoft CEO tells iPad users to 'get a real computer' CNET "Nadella spots that I and a colleague have iPads and cheerfully says, 'You need to get a real computer, my friend,'" said Gupta. And you thought Nadella's overarching strategy was to be on good terms with everyone. It's curious how rival companies ... and more »
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    The Atlantic The Computer Scientist Who Prefers Paper The Atlantic Simons, who is now 76, had been a pioneer in computer science at IBM Research at a time when few women not in the secretarial pool walked its halls. In her retirement, however, she was coming off as a crank. Fellow computer scientists might have heard ...
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    The Verge Facebook explains how it'll review nude photos to stop revenge porn The Verge Facebook today explained in more detail its new test for combating revenge porn following mass confusion earlier this week over how exactly the system works and whether it puts users at a higher risk for abuse. The system, currently being piloted in ... To combat revenge porn, Facebook wants some users to send their intimate photosCNNMoney Facebook defends revenge porn pilot that has people upload nude images of themselvesTechCrunch Facebook's latest “horrible idea” is asking users to upload...
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    The Times The truth about Facebook: how to win 2bn friends and destroy civilisation The Times We think it's a harmless way to stay in touch with friends. The truth is far more destructive. Award-winning writer John Lanchester investigates how Mark Zuckerberg's Harvard jape grew into the biggest surveillance enterprise in the history of mankind. Mark Zuckerberg is back in China as Facebook eyes opportunity to finally enter the countryBusiness Insider Rumors That Facebook Is Secretly Recording You Refuse to DieGizmodo all 3 news articles »
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    The Guardian Revealed: how Vodafone allowed elites to reap profits of Africa's mobile boom The Guardian The spread of mobile phones across Africa has been one of the continent's success stories over the past two decades, transforming lives through better communication and simpler banking. It has also resulted in huge profits for powerful international ...
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    Philly.com Facebook could have you addicted, deliberately | Stu Bykofsky Philly.com Unlike cigarette executives hauled before Congress some years back who denied their product was addictive, Parker, a 38-year-old billionaire, practically bragged that Facebook is addictive, saying it was designed to be. (Parker also made a passing ... Sean Parker admitted how Facebook exploits human psychologyQuartz Ex-Facebook president and billionaire Sean Parker reveals one of the biggest advantages rich people have over ...Business Insider Sean Parker on Facebook's 'unintended...
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    Wall Street Journal How Mobile Games Keep Aging Well Wall Street Journal Nearly anyone can make a mobile game these days. Crafting one with staying power is the real trick. Recent quarterly results from companies such as Activision Blizzard , Electronic Arts , Zynga and Glu Mobile show why. All showed sharp year-over-year ...
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    Popular Science Check your phone less by sending those notifications to your computer Popular Science Tired of constantly checking your phone? Instead of switching from device to device, simply forward those notifications to your computer. With the latest versions of Windows and macOS, you can put your phone out of arm's reach and concentrate on your ...
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    Business Insider Hackers can gain access to your computer monitor — a cybersecurity expert shows us how easy it is Business Insider Everyone knows your computer can be hacked, but did you know your monitor might also be used against you? Ang Cui from Red Balloon Security has figured out a way to hack into a popular Dell monitor and manipulate what you see on your screen. and more »
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    The Verge Facebook relaunches Events as a Foursquare-like app called Local The Verge Last year, Facebook introduced Events — a standalone app that combined a dedicated calendar with happenings around town. The app was not a hit — it dropped out of the most-downloaded iOS apps a few days after launching, according to data from ... Facebook relaunches Events app as Facebook Local, adds bars and foodTechCrunch Facebook relaunches Events app with a Yelp-like focusEngadget all 6 news articles »
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    BGR T-Mobile is deploying gigabit LTE technology to fight Verizon and AT&T BGR But network coverage isn't the be-all end-all it once was. An increasing number of devices on networks, coupled with new trends in mobile video streaming, are putting a new kind of stress on mobile networks. Congestion became a big problem for networks ... T-Mobile's gigabit LTE network reaches 430 markets in US - CNETCNET T-Mobile more than doubles its gigabit LTE availability - EngadgetEngadget Qualcomm and T-Mobile spread Gigabit LTE to 430 markets, LTE-A in 920+ markets9to5Mac Android Authority...
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    CBSSports.com NFL odds, picks for Week 8: Advanced computer model loves Steelers, Bills CBSSports.com With so many eye-popping games and so many NFL odds on the move, you'll want to know what SportsLine's advanced computer model is picking. SportsLine's Projection Model went an amazing 174-80-2 on straight-up NFL picks last season -- better than ...
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    The Verge Samsung's Galaxy S8 Active is coming to Sprint and T-Mobile The Verge The Galaxy S8 Active — the ruggedized version of the Galaxy S8 — is coming to Sprint and T-Mobile later this month, after an initial exclusivity period at AT&T. Samsung has not put an exact date on when to expect the expanded carrier availability, or ... 24-hour Galaxy S8 Active coming soon to T-Mobile and SprintCNET Samsung confirms Galaxy S8 Active's November release on T-Mobile and SprintVentureBeat T-Mobile Galaxy S8 and S8+ updated with October security patchesTmoNews Business Wire (press release)...
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    PetaPixel (blog) How to Match Saturation in Composite Photos Using Photoshop PetaPixel (blog) Once you've matched the color tones in a composite photo, you can then move on to matching the saturation for proper realism. Here is a 5-minute tutorial from Antti Karppinen that shows how you can do so using Photoshop. First, create a selective color ...
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    The Economist (blog) In much of sub-Saharan Africa, mobile phones are more common ... The Economist (blog) A DECADE after mobile phones began to spread in Africa, they have become commonplace even in the continent's poorest countries. In 2016 two-fifths of ... and more »
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    CBSSports.com Golden State Warriors-San Antonio Spurs odds: Advanced computer model's picks CBSSports.com We can tell you that while just 38 percent of the public says under 218 hits, the computer has a much different outlook. In fact, the ynder is hitting in 64 percent of the model's simulations, so think twice before jumping on the over like most of the ... and more »
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    CNBC Buy T-Mobile shares because it will likely buy back stock and initiate a big dividend: Deutsche Bank CNBC Deutsche Bank on Thursday raised its rating for T-Mobile shares to buy from hold, predicting the company will increase its dividend and stock buybacks. "The 'new reality' of US Wireless includes maturing/slowing growth, and rising competition (both ... Deutsche Telekom lifts profit forecast on T-Mobile US strengthFinancial Times Deutsche Telekom CEO: T-Mobile US can stand alone but open to consolidationReuters Deutsche Telekom still open to T-Mobile deal, raises...
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    Fox News Kaspersky makes explosive claim NSA computer was infested with ... Fox News Kaspersky Lab is again challenging allegations that it stole classified files from an NSA employee's computer, pointing to new analysis that says the computer in ... Internal Kaspersky Investigation Says NSA Worker's Computer Was Infested with MalwareMotherboard Kaspersky claims at least one other entity in NSA contractor's computerThe Hill How Israel Caught Russian Hackers Scouring the World for US SecretsNew York Times Wall Street Journal -Securelist -Securelist
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    Vogue Australia Miranda Kerr on how to transition to a natural beauty routine Vogue Australia As a supermodel, founder of Kora Organics and all round beauty guru, Miranda Kerr's opinion and advice matters. And it's no secret the model is a fan of the natural side of things. From the crystals she takes everywhere to her love of noni, Kerr touts ...
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    Charlotte Agenda Front End Developer – Design Charlotte Agenda If you're looking for an opportunity with an established well-known company, but like to work in a small, dynamic, highly collaborative start-up style environment, then you've come to the right place. We are seeking a talented full-time, Front-end ...
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    Ars Technica Estonia arrests suspected FSB agent accused of “computer-related crime” Ars Technica Enlarge / A car preparing to cross from Estonia into Russia approaches the border control point on March 23, 2017 in Narva, Estonia. Estonia is a member of the European Union and shares its eastern border with Russia. Sean Gallup/Getty Images). and more »
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