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    Reuters Lenovo's struggling mobile business sets sight on high-end market Reuters "Our strategy is to prioritize mature markets ... which need brands and innovative products, whereas emerging markets need efficiency," Chairman Yang Yuanqing said of Lenovo's mobile business at a press conference in Hong Kong on Thursday. "So we will ... and more »
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    The Denver Post The story behind Denver's most popular mobile app and why it needed to change The Denver Post Platform engineer manager Rick Wager (left) and Devops engineer Alex Withrow (right) watching platform engineer Lucas Moore deploying test code to a staging instance for testing on day one for Denver's well-known startup's relaunch of their mobile app ...
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    KING5.com GeekWire: T-Mobile's new spin on the phone number coming May 31 KING5.com After months of testing with tens of thousands of mobile guinea pigs, T-Mobile today announced a May 31 debut for Digits, a new technology that lets customers use the same phone number across a variety of internet-connected devices as well as add ... and more »
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    New York Times As Computer Coding Classes Swell, So Does Cheating New York Times For a simple assignment, writing code that would allow one computer to visit web pages located on another, two students in H. E. Dunsmore's class at Purdue University turned in nearly 100 identical lines of code. Was it a fluke? Or had they cheated?
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    Breitbart News Report: Facebook Pays 'Army' of Filipinos to Police 'Offensive' Material Breitbart News Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg stated earlier this month that the social media company, worth $435 billion, would be adding another 3,000 content moderators to the team of 4,500 it already employs and pledged to “improve the process for and more »
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    NPR For Video Soundtracks, Computers Are The New Composers NPR Tomas Villegas was looking for information about a product on YouTube, but couldn't find it. "So I thought, well, I'm sure there's other people looking for it. So I made a video." Four years later, Villegas, who works at a technical college, has a side ... and more »
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    ZDNet ​Computex 2017: ARM has designs on more than mobile ZDNet ARM owns the mobile market. Last year the semiconductor IP firm's processor designs were used in some 16 billion chips, including those at the heart of nearly ever smartphone. Its Mali graphics, which hasn't been around as long, crossed the one-billion ... ARM's new mobile processors are built for AI on the goEngadget ARM's new chips set a new foundation for machine learning on mobilePhone Arena Cortex-A | Cortex-A75 – ARM DeveloperARM Developer ARM Developer -ARM Community
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    Adweek Why Facebook Can't Shake the Starbucks Stigma for Shopping Adweek Back in 2011, many had high hopes for Facebook-based commerce. And why not? Facebook was still growing like wildfire. In the early days, brands including Diane von Furstenberg, Delta Airlines and 1-800-Flowers claimed success on the platform.
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    Wall Street Journal (subscription) British Airways Faces Third Day of Flight Disruption After IT Outage Wall Street Journal (subscription) LONDON—British Airways on Monday said a far-reaching computer outage disrupted flights for a third day and pledged to avoid a repetition of the events that led to hundreds of canceled flights over the weekend. British Airways Chief Executive Officer ...
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    BuzzFeed News There's Now A Jeremy Corbyn Computer Game BuzzFeed News Corbyn Run sees the Labour leader fighting to take money back from tax-dodging accountants, before activating Labour policies and taking on Conservative ministers. Posted on May 29, 2017, at 7:17 a.m.. Jim Waterson. BuzzFeed UK Political Editor. and more »
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    The Verge Apple, Facebook, and Google CEOs unite in opposition to Texas discrimination The Verge Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook, and the CEOs of 12 other tech companies have called on Texas Governor Greg Abbott to not pass “discriminatory legislation,” as state lawmakers continue to debate a so-called “bathroom bill” that would affect transgender ... Apple, Google, Facebook & others call on Texas not to pass 'discriminatory' bathroom bill9to5Mac Texas lawmakers play chicken over bathroom bill — who'll blink first?Dallas News all 1,071 news articles »
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    Fox Joins Tencent in Chinese Web Movie Production Slate Variety Youth Tencent, part of China's giant Tencent games and social media group, has amassed an impressive group of producers and investors for the first edition of its online movie production initiative. Twentieth Century Fox offshoot, Fox International ...
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    The Economist (blog) Computer says noA computer failure at British Airways causes chaos The Economist (blog) BRITISH AIRWAYS usually relishes the spring bank-holiday weekend, as families take advantage of the extended break to jet off somewhere pleasant. This year's won't end soon enough for the airline. A catastrophic computer failure on May 27th grounded ... British Airways' flights slowly resume after computer meltdownCBS News British Airways Cancels Flights After Computer FailureWall Street Journal (subscription) Computer meltdown may cost British Airways over $100MNBC Montana...
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    Economic Times Being on Facebook all the time can make you sad & unhealthy Economic Times NEW YORK: People who check their Facebook profile all the time are likely to be more sad and unhealthy than those who use it sporadically, a new study has revealed. Researchers from Yale University and the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), ... Overusing Facebook Makes You Sad and Unhealthy: StudyNDTV Facebook is making us sad and unhealthy, claims new study | Metro ...Metro all 8 news articles »
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    The Merkle What is the Web of Trust? The Merkle Users have no idea of the person they are dealing with is reputable or not. Several cryptocurrency-related platforms embedded a reputation system, yet it is still overseen by a central authority. This is where the web of trust comes into the picture ...
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    TrustedReviews How to download and install Kodi on a Fire TV Stick TrustedReviews How to install Kodi on the Amazon Fire TV Stick: All you need to know to download and install the latest version of the Kodi software on your new Amazon streaming device. The Amazon Fire TV Stick and Amazon Fire TV are two of the best streaming devices ... and more »
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    Daily Mail Theresa May asks G7 to back moves to tackle web extremism Daily Mail Theresa May will today urge world leaders to crack down on social media giants that refuse to co-operate on terror. The Prime Minister, who will say the fight against Islamic State is 'moving from the battlefield to the internet', is said to be ... Theresa May plans G7 push to purge internet of extremist materialFinancial Times Vote 2017: Conservative manifesto - what it says and what it meansSky News all 99 news articles »
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    CBS News British Airways' flights slowly resume after computer meltdown CBS News British Airways is recovering from a major computer meltdown this weekend that forced the airline to ground its fleet in London. The airline says hundreds of cancellations and delays were caused by a power supply problem. British Airways' flights ... British Airways Is 'Near-Full Operation' After Computer FailureVoice of America BA computer crash: passengers face third day of disruption at HeathrowThe Guardian British Airways resumes flights from London airports following global computer outagekwbe...
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    The Independent Crackdown catches 200 drivers a day using mobile phones behind the wheel The Independent More than 200 drivers a day were caught using their mobile phones illegally in the wake of a major crackdown on the practice. Police forces in Britain penalised almost 6,000 motorists for the offence in the four weeks after tougher punishments took ... and more »
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    Reuters Lenovo's struggling mobile business sets sight on high-end market Reuters "Our strategy is to prioritize mature markets ... which need brands and innovative products, whereas emerging markets need efficiency," Chairman Yang Yuanqing said of Lenovo's mobile business at a press conference in Hong Kong on Thursday. "So we will ... and more »
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    Vogue Australia How to go from day to night in a flash Vogue Australia Some days, I wake up in the morning and everything goes smoothly; alarm goes off on time, child doesn't wake me up in the night and the cat doesn't attempt to sit on my face at 4:30am. I savor my coffee in a dignified manner, do a 10 minute meditation ...
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    The Guardian Stephen Fry: Facebook and other platforms should be classed as publishers The Guardian Stephen Fry has called for Facebook and other “aggregating news agencies” to be reclassified as publishers in order to stop fake news and online abuse spreading by making social media subject to the same legal responsibilities as traditional news ...
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    Forbes Nintendo Seems Physically Uncomfortable With Taking Money From Mobile Players Forbes I don't quite know how to phrase this, but Nintendo almost seems allergic to money when it comes to its mobile offerings. Like it's uncomfortable with the concept of bringing in revenue the way almost every game does in this scene. That's become even ... and more »
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    WTAE Pittsburgh Frequent Facebook usage shrinks your brain's gray matter, says study WTAE Pittsburgh During a five-week study, researchers from Germany's Ulm University and the University of Bonn monitored 46 male and 39 female Facebook users, tracking the length of time each subject spent on the popular social media site and number of times they ... and more »
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    CBS News Web exclusive: David Edelstein on "Pirates," "Alien: Covenant" and David Lynch CBS News In this web exclusive, the "Sunday Morning" film critic reviews the latest entries in two popular movie franchises, as well as the return of the surreal cult TV series "Twin Peaks": Lots to talk about, starting with the most amazing new release ... and more »
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    The Verge These incredible Breath of the Wild prints are what a mobile Zelda game should look like The Verge Artist Matt Anderson, a graphic designer and illustrator who specializes in a simple, geometric art style, has an ongoing series called RetroMill, where he takes video game characters and reimagines them in colorful, minimalist prints. In a new spinoff ... and more »
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    CBS News British Airways says it is still working to restore its computer systems CBS News LONDON -- British Airways said Sunday it was still working to restore its computer systems, a day after a global IT failure crippled its services. "Work continues to restore all of our IT systems but we expect some further disruption today," BA said in ... British Airways Is 'Near-Full Operation' After Computer FailureVoice of America The demise of British Airways? From computer failures to the end of free food - how it stopped being the world's ...Telegraph.co.uk British Airways IT outage:...
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    Mother Jones Facebook's Not Designed to Create a "Global Community" Mother Jones In the early 1960's, Canadian philosopher Marshall McLuhan coined the term "global village." He predicted that electronic technologies would come to connect citizens around the world, forming one huge community. Mark Zuckerberg, whose company ...
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    CNBC This ex-Googler got backing from Peter Thiel and Max Levchin to build a LinkedIn killer CNBC Pete Johnston's plan to build "the world's most bad-ass recruitment engine" could put a dent in Microsoft's plans to wring money from LinkedIn's 500 million users. Johnston, a former designer for Google and ad giant M&C Saatchi in London, and his ... and more »
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    VentureBeat The factions of the mobile AR war VentureBeat But Apple, Samsung and other phone makers have done such a great job with existing hardware, that this may backfire for mobile AR. Facebook's AR Platform, for example, has shown exactly how the major social and messaging platforms can play the game ...
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