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    groovyPost (blog) Microsoft Eliminates Passwords for Signing into Online Services – Here's How to Set It Up! groovyPost (blog) Microsoft is enhancing its approach to two-factor authentication and looking beyond the password as a means of security and identification. With our smartphones now a mechanical extension of our physical being (I know… depressing isn't it), the mobile ... and more »
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    Telegraph.co.uk Mobile payments struggle to make impact on contactless card use Telegraph.co.uk The widespread popularity of contactless cards is stunting the adoption of mobile payment services like Apple Pay and Android Pay in the UK, according to ... and more »
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    Motley Fool What T-Mobile, DISH Network, and Comcast Plan to Do With All the Wireless Spectrum They Just Bought Motley Fool Two of the three biggest bidders in the auction are actually pay-TV companies -- DISH Network (NASDAQ:DISH) and Comcast (NASDAQ:CMCSA). The biggest bidder, T-Mobile (NASDAQ:TMUS), spent $8 billion. DISH spent $6.2 billion, and Comcast spent ... T-Mobile got an amazing deal on its $8 billion spectrum haulBGR T-Mobile's Big Spectrum Haul Comes With Some RisksForbes T-Mobile Is The Biggest Winner In FCC Spectrum AuctionInc.com Business Insider -Madison.com...
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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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    Hospital Says Patient Info Not Compromised by Computer Virus ... U.S. News & World Report BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — A Buffalo hospital that shut down its computer system after detecting a virus says it doesn't appear that patient information was ... and more »
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    The Sun Revenge porn victim blasts Facebook after it took 20 requests to remove nude photos of her posted by jilted ex The Sun The victim, 45, who does not want to be named, has called on the social networking site to take down offensive pics quicker. She said: “It took Facebook 24 hours to shut down the page where he posted the picture of my naked bottom, so God knows how ...
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    Telegraph.co.uk Mobile Photography Awards, Winners and Runner Ups Telegraph.co.uk The Mobile Photography Awards were founded in 2011 to recognise and celebrate photographic talent and imagery created on mobile phones. With popularity of social media apps including Instagram and Snapchat, millions of people are able to take ... Mobile Photography Award winners revealedDaily Mail all 2 news articles »
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    DEALSTREETASIA Sprint Said to Look Beyond T-Mobile for Other Deal Options ... Bloomberg Wall Street is betting Sprint Corp. and T-Mobile US Inc. will soon revive talks on a blockbuster merger, but a recent surge in demand for wireless assets has ... With new look at spectrum value, Sprint looks beyond possible T ...Seeking Alpha all 2 news articles »
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    MarketWatch Even young, hip Americans don't want to use mobile payment apps MarketWatch Only 14% of millennials said they use their bank's mobile payment app often and 35% said they don't use a mobile payment app at all, according to a new survey of about 2,000 millennials by LendEdu, which provides personal finance tools including cost ...
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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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    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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    Washington Times Islamic State propaganda outlet Amaq targeted by computer hack Washington Times Vice.com's tech news website Motherboard obtained a copy of the bogus Flash installer from Mr. Gluck this week and said the file appeared to be a widely-known piece of malware designed to give an attacker backdoor access to a victim's computer. and more »
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    Golfweek.com DH Lee captures first Web.com Tour win at Victoria National Golfweek.com D.H. Lee shot 2-over 74 Sunday and hung on to win the Web.com Tour's United Leasing and Finance Championship at Victoria National Golf Club. It was the first career Web.com Tour win for the 30-year-old Lee, who played in 22 PGA Tour events last ... and more »
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    BET Here's Why Rev. Jesse Jackson Thinks Facebook Should Stop its 'Live' Function BET Considering the live feature on Facebook has captured several deaths since it was first integrated into the website, such a discussion is a necessary one for community members and the social networking site to have together. As reported, it took ... Jesse Jackson, Chicago officials call for Facebook Live moratoriumUSA TODAY Rev. Jesse Jackson Calls For A Temporary Shut Down Of Facebook LiveVibe Jesse Jackson calling for a Facebook Live moratoriumThe Grio The Root -WLS-TV -Washington Examiner
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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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    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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    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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    USgamer Horizon Zero Dawn Guide: How to Take Down the Thunderjaw, Corruptor, and All the Biggest Machines USgamer Horizon Zero Dawn Guide: How to Take Down the Thunderjaw, Corruptor, and All the Biggest Machines. The sheer size of some of the machines in Horizon Zero Dawn can be truly intimidating. Let us show you how to take down these monstrous beasts with ... Horizon Zero Dawn: How to Use Photo ModeTwinfinite all 350 news articles »
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    Environmental Leader How to Balance Environmental, Sustainability & Energy Management: EL Conference Keynote Environmental Leader Environmental Leader has announced the details of a new session taking place during the Environmental Leader 2017 Conference in Denver in June. The opening keynote, Three Roads Converge, will look at environmental, sustainability and energy ...
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    Workshop blends computer programming with art WatertownDailyTimes.com CANTON — A group of St. Lawrence University and Clarkson University students as well as members of the public gathered together over the weekend to practice their computer programming and artist skills simultaneously. The Art of Code workshop ...
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    WKBW-TV Ransomware or not, ECMC computer shutdown that has affected some surgeries ending soon Buffalo News The Erie County Medical Center computer shutdown that began Sunday has started to affect patient operations, a hospital official said, but ECMC expects to start bringing its computer system back online Thursday. The shutdown followed the detection of a ... ECMC computers still down because of computer virusWKBW-TV Virus shuts down computer system at upstate NY hospitalCNYcentral.com ECMC reports computer system went down | WGRZ.comWGRZ-TV wivb.com
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    Happy Fools or geniuses? Check out the band earning thousands of Youtube hits with incorrect 'How To' videos Happy After watching one or two of these so-called 'How To' videos from the band Blame Candy, you'll probably want to lash out yourself. Who wants to see Smells Like Teen Spirit butchered? That's until you realise there's something greater at play than ...
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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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    Telegraph.co.uk Woman fined $500000 for false Facebook accusation about former friend Telegraph.co.uk A woman in North Carolina has been ordered by a judge to pay $500,000 for a Facebook post falsely accusing an acquaintance of killing her son. Jacquelyn Hammond from Asheville wrote on Facebook, in 2015, of Davyne Dial: “I didn't get drunk and kill my ... Facebook post costs woman $500000Austin American-Statesman Woman ordered to pay $500k for lying in Facebook postDaily Mail Facebook post costs North Carolina woman $500000AOL New York Daily News -Refinery29 -The Daily Dot
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    The Economist (blog) Not so smartAmerica may demand the right to peruse visitors' mobile phones on arrival The Economist (blog) The new proposals, called “extreme vetting”, include a right to access visitors' mobile phones. A Department of Homeland Security official told the Journal that the goal is to "figure out who you are communicating with”. Contacts will come under ... and more »
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    Devon Live Exmouth man hid computer in secret compartment to stop police finding hoard of child abuse images Devon Live Darren Warren had been convicted of having similar images 15 years earlier and had also installed evidence scrubbing software on the computer. He told police he started downloaded images again because he was upset at the recent death of his mother.
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    Motley Fool Why Apple Is Beating (and Will Keep Beating) Google in Mobile Payments Motley Fool In the most recent quarter, the Alphabet, Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) (NASDAQ:GOOG) property controlled more than 80% of the global mobile operating system market. You might be tempted to believe that the company would be able to leverage its massive ... and more »
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    The Intercept Facebook Failed to Protect 30 Million Users From Having Their Data Harvested by Trump Campaign Affiliate The Intercept In 2014, traces of an unusual survey, connected to Facebook, began appearing on internet message boards. The boards were frequented by remote freelance workers who bid on “human intelligence tasks” in an online marketplace, called Mechanical Turk, ... 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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