Sunday, November 18, 2018

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TECHNOLOGY

Google Maps is the new social network

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www.computerworld.com - To a consumer, a social network might be a place to share memes, cat photos and selfies. But to a business, a social network is a place to bolster and defend branding, share product information, inte…

Should Small Businesses be on IGTV? (and 3 Quick Ways to Test It Out)

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blog.bufferapp.com - Repurposing your content across channels is a great way to get the most from your social media strategy. However, sometimes, certain channels will perform better than others. When GQ posted a video a…

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tpsconsulting.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY Zuckerberg says the future is sharing via 100B messages & 1B Stories/day Shared by Raymond Philippe techcrunch.com - The News Feed won’t sustain Facebook forever, and that’s scaring invest…

Gift Guide: 10 suitcase-friendly gifts for frequent flyers

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techcrunch.com - Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2018 Holiday Gift Guide! Need more gift ideas? Check out our Gift Guide Hub. I’ve been traveling a lot this year — more than any year in the past. It’s been both a blessing an…

WhatsApp could wreck Snapchat again by copying ephemeral messaging

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techcrunch.com - WhatsApp already ruined Snapchat’s growth once. WhatsApp Status, its clone of Snapchat Stories, now has 450 million daily active users compared to Snapchat’s 188 million. That’s despite its 24-hour d…

Walmart and Target embrace in-store mobile checkout for the holidays

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techcrunch.com - Two of the U.S.’s largest brick-and-mortar retailers, Walmart and Target, are launching new mobile checkout systems in their stores to accommodate the influx of shoppers expected during the 2018 holi…

Blockchain gaming gets a boost with Mythical Games’ $16M Series A

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techcrunch.com - Fortnite, the free multi-player survival game, has earned an astonishing $1 billion from in-game virtual purchases alone. Now, others in the gaming industry are experimenting with how they too can ca…

Microsoft could release a disc-less Xbox One

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techcrunch.com - According to a new report from Thurott, Microsoft has been working on a new console in the Xbox One family. This cheaper model could play regular Xbox One games, but there would be no Blu-Ray drive. …

YouTube quietly added free, ad-supported movies to its site

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techcrunch.com - YouTube quietly added around 100 ad-supported Hollywood movies to its site, beginning last month, according to a new report from AdAge. The titles include a mix of classics like “Rocky” and “The Term…

The great Amazon swindle

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techcrunch.com - Amazon has confirmed that it will open two massive new offices in New York City and Crystal City, Va., to complement its already massive headquarters in Seattle. And the verdict on the company’s deci…

China’s hottest news app Jinri Toutiao announces new CEO

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techcrunch.com - You may not have heard of ByteDance, but you probably know its red-hot video app TikTok, which gobbled up Musical.ly in August. The Beijing-based company also runs a popular news aggregator called Ji…

A leaky database of SMS text messages exposed password resets and two-factor codes

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techcrunch.com - A security lapse has exposed a massive database containing tens of millions of text messages, including password reset links, two-factor codes, shipping notifications and more. The exposed server bel…

Intel 9th Gen Core i9 9900K review: Top performance, but pricey

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arstechnica.com - Another view of Intel's 9th generation Core i9 CPU. Let's be honest here: modern processors aren’t exciting. Speed bumps no longer thrill us, and we’ve become blasΓ© about adding more cores. But we ar…

The Boring Company’s first tunnel is all dug up

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arstechnica.com - On Friday night, Boring Company CEO Elon Musk tweeted images of his tunnel-boring machine appearing to emerge from the dirt into a cavernous hole, with bystanders at the hole's edge watching the spin…

Samsung’s foldable smartphone reportedly costs $1,770, launches in March

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arstechnica.com - This is the best image so far of Samsung's foldable. Google was happy to talk about the specs of Samsung's foldable. There are two displays on Samsung's phone. One static phone-style display on the o…

Apple inks deal with Ex Machina-maker A24 studio to create original films

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arstechnica.com - Apple has lined up another partnership to boost its video-content offerings. According to a report by The Wall Street Journal, Apple signed a deal with A24 studio, a New York-based production company…

Google adds always-on VPN to its Project Fi cellular service

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arstechnica.com - Today, Google announced a new feature for its Project Fi cellular service: an always-on VPN. Project Fi's VPN previously was used to encrypt traffic while connecting to a network of free public Wi-Fi…

The Promise of (Practically) ‘Serverless Computing’

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www.wired.com - The definition of cloud computing may be nebulous, but its promise is clear. Instead of filling a warehouse with servers and paying people to manage them, a company can pay a cloud computing provider…

Facebook’s latest scandal has Washington’s full attention

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www.theverge.com - Facebook’s day was consumed with the fallout from Wednesday’s New York Times story about its slow response to Russian interference, which generated a furor greater than anything the company has seen …

Elon Musk Shows Video of Finished Boring Company Test Tunnel 3 Weeks Early

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www.inverse.com - The Boring Company, Elon Musk’s tunnel-boring enterprise he started as a solution to “soul-sucking” Los Angeles freeway traffic, has completed its proof-of-concept tunnel, according to video shared b…

Japan's Top Cybersecurity Official Has Never Used a Computer

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www.wired.com - The US refused to join a new global cybersecurity agreement this week—maybe because it was created by French president Emmanuel Macron, with whom President Trump isn’t on great terms with. On the sam…

How Facebook’s crisis PR firm triggered a PR crisis

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www.theverge.com - Pretend for a moment that you run a large and successful company. After years of outsized success, the company is confronted with a crisis. Public perception has begun to turn — against your company …

BlackFriday & Cyber Monday Entrepreneur Giveaway

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vyper.io - We're giving away over $192,036.00 in lifetime tech deals for marketing and scaling your business! The Ultimate Entrepreneur Package πŸ”₯ Macbook Air $1,500 (Winner is responsible for shipping and any …

T-Mobile Seizes Tuesday

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loyalty360.org - Before T-Mobile US came home from Customer Expo 2018 with Platinum awards in both the Customer Centric Culture and 360 Brand of the Year categories, Doug Speedie, the brand’s Senior Partnership Manag…

5 Loyalty Trends That Are Revolutionizing the Industry

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loyalty360.org - These days, what we think of as “loyalty” is ever-evolving. While the promise of burgeoning tech is catching a lot of the noise for the marketplace, there are underlying strategic tactics that are la…

Executive Perspectives: The Changing Nature of Customers: A Travel and Entertainment Perspective

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loyalty360.org - Measurement is a necessity in every industry, and the travel and entertainment industry is no different. In fact, measurement might be even more important for brands offering travel accommodations an…

Loblaw Masters Customer Centric Culture in the Great White North

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loyalty360.org - Customer Expo 2018 featured a presentation from Jim Noteboom, Senior Vice President of Loyalty & Consumer Insights for Loblaw, Canada’s largest grocery chain. He spoke about how his company was able …

Loblaw Offers Transformative Change in Canada

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loyalty360.org - During the second general session of day two at Customer Expo 2018, Jim Noteboom, Senior Vice President of Loyalty & Customer Insights at Loblaw, shared how his company creates transformative changes…

Review: Plantronics Rig 800 LX and 500 Pro HX Gaming Headsets - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - A couple weeks back, Plantronics reached out and asked if I would be interested in reviewing their top-end Xbox headsets and considering that I play PUBG…a lot, the timing was perfect. The company se…

The Best Deals On Tech Gifts For Christmas | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - With Christmas just around the corner, many people will be thinking about what to purchase for the special people in their lives. For many, tech products are one of the key things they focus on as gi…

The Growing Importance Of Data Security For Enterprises’ Digital Transformation | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - Technologies such as Blockchain, big data analysis, mobile computing, and the Internet of Things (IoT) are reinventing the way businesses and non-profit organizations handle their activities from dec…

How Startups Benefit From A Software Development Company | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - Any successful entrepreneur can affirm that the startup phase of a company is the most delicate and greatly determines its future. Today, several startups are rising fast, but sadly enough only a few…

Why It’s So Important To Have Proper Website Tracking | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - Whether you’re a business owner or a blogger, one thing is certain: tracking your website performance is crucial for short and long-term growth. The most important questions you’ll ask yourself about…

Best Practices For SaaS Application Data Backup | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - 60% of businesses that suffer a data breach tend to close down within six months of the event, according to Small Biz Trends. In case your business doesn’t have the necessary data security strategies…

How To Go About Choosing The Best It Support Company For Your Business | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - Research on IT performance in small and mid-sized companies usually addresses concerns like broadband availability, e-invoicing, e-commerce, and other related vital issues. However, it often neglects…

How Tech Is Changing The Concept Of 9 To 5 Jobs | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - “Technology made large populations possible; large populations now make technology indispensable.” So said American writer Joseph Wood Krutch, and although he meant his quote in a slightly disparagin…

Digitizing Your Workflow - 5 Cleaver Reasons To Develop Apps In The Cloud | Bit Rebels

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www.bitrebels.com - The cloud revolution is in full swing. Everyone is ditching in-house servers for the cloud and there’s no stopping them. From big enterprises to SMEs and organizations to individual users, they’ve al…

Antitrust Expert: FTC Wrong to Dismiss Regulation of Tech Giants | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - FTC commissioner Phillips defended tech giants as part of the “free press,” implying that they are publishers. “In a democracy, with a free press, we need to be very careful about using tools of law …

Nolan: The DOJ Charging Julian Assange Underscores the Special Treatment of Hillary Clinton | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - Thursday, the DOJ accidentally revealed that it is charging WikiLeaks editor Julian Assange over his decision to publish classified U.S. documents in 2010. The DOJ has yet to release full details on …

Major Video Game Tax Just Passed, Learn What’s Next

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www.infowars.com - Playstation gamers are now forced to pay an “amusement tax” in Chicago as city officials tax everything to cover underfunded public pensions. Gamers were recently notified that they would have to pay…

Greenwald: Prosecution of Assange 'Grave Threat To Press Freedom' | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - Despite this, Greenwald notes the current DOJ has obtained sealed charges against the WikiLeaks founder, even while it ignores former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s decision to compromise natio…

“Amusement Tax” Forced on Playstation Gamers in Chicago

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www.infowars.com - Playstation gamers are now forced to pay an “amusement tax” in Chicago as city officials tax everything to cover underfunded public pensions. Gamers were recently notified that they would have to pay…

Amazon Was Offered Universities, Exclusive Airport Lounge, and More by Cities Bidding for HQ2 | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - Before Amazon decided on New York City and Arlington, Virginia, as the locations for HQ2 this week, the company received appeals from hundreds of cities, counties, and states, which were all willing …

Investors call on Mark Zuckerberg to resign as chairman

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www.dailymail.co.uk - Investors are calling on Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to step down following a report a conservative consulting firm used 'black ops' style techniques to deflect criticism from the social networking …

Generate Free Leads With Facebook Live and Webinars • My Lead System PRO (MLSP) Blog

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blog.myleadsystempro.com - How would you like to change the face of your business, in the next 28 days…Even If You’re New? Don’t let this question fool you, this is serious. Any time you are approached with this sort of strate…

The New Google Popup Penalty - Don't Get Penalized for Mobile Popups! • My Lead System PRO (MLSP) Blog

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blog.myleadsystempro.com - Late last year, Google made an announcement that they were going to start penalizing websites (in terms of ranking) that use ‘intrusive interstitials’ on their mobile pages. We'll call this the Googl…

How to Get More Twitter Followers - Proven Blueprint to 4000 Followers Per Month • My Lead System PRO (MLSP) Blog

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blog.myleadsystempro.com - Ready to get down to business on twitter and start pulling in more traffic, and leads? We're about to show you how to get more twitter followers using a simple and proven blueprint. We'll also be usi…

Freedom Influencer – Starting Affiliate Marketing Beginner Advice – Freedom Influencer

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duracmarketing.com - The Success Challenge For Affiliate Marketing is LIVE! This is a huge announcement and the news is spreading like wild-fire! Would you like to learn how to go from zero to $10k… $100k… or even $1Mill…

Future of Work: The New Age of Employment

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futuristspeaker.com - At a recent “Future of Work” roundtable discussion hosted by the Siemens Corporation at their Princeton Robotics Plant, participants were asked what employers need to think about in the future. Dr. K…

iOS 12.1 Bug Lets Hackers Steal Deleted Photos, Apple Working On Fix

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www.redmondpie.com - A pair of security researchers has combined their collective efforts to discover a vulnerability in Apple’s iOS platform. This vulnerability has allowed them to gain access to photographs which are s…

Egnyte | Case Summaries | Clients

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coretelligent.com - Egnyte's Content Collaboration and Governance is the Ideal Counterpoint to Coretelligent's Technical Expertise and Exceptional Response. Organizations of all sizes are moving to the cloud, but there …

More companies are chipping their workers like pets

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www.engadget.com - Ah, security purposes, our favorite road to hell paved with some kind of intentions. Is it like when Facebook took people's phone numbers for security purposes and handed them to advertisers? Sorry, …

Opinion | Yes, Facebook made mistakes in 2016. But we weren’t the only ones.

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Alex Stamos November 17 at 3:36 PM Alex Stamos is a Hoover fellow and adjunct professor at Stanford University. He previously served as the chief security officer at Facebook until August. Yup, Sh…

Up to three million kids' GPS watches can be tracked by parents... and any miscreant: Flaws spill pick-and-choose catalog for perverts

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www.theregister.co.uk - Parents could be unwittingly putting their children's safety and privacy at risk, thanks to security vulnerabilities in potentially millions of kids' GPS-tracker watches. These cheapo watches are sup…

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