Friday, December 22, 2017

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Plaintiff's lawyer in Russia dossier suit says they've discovered BuzzFeed's source

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money.cnn.com - Val Gurvits, an attorney for Aleksej Gubarev, disclosed the revelation after a federal judge ruled that BuzzFeed is a news organization and that it thus qualifies under a law that shields journalists…

Check Out Honcker When Leasing Your Next Vehicle

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www.daddyshangout.com - I was compensated from Honcker for the written article. All opinions are 100% mine. Recently, we purchased a new car, well let’s say that my son was the one who was buying the car. Honestly, I though…

The 7 Best Apps for Writing – The Penmob Blog

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blog.penmob.com - It’s not all about pen and paper anymore. We’ve even evolved past word processors. Now, there are tons of great apps available to make a you a better, more productive, super awesome writer. It took m…

Horizon Zero Dawn is the best robot-safari adventure game ever made

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arstechnica.com - Make no mistake: Horizon Zero Dawn is the rare triple-A single-player adventure that delivers on pretty much every front imaginable. The monumental story (technically, a few of them) is executed with…

Instagram now lets you share live videos through direct messages

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techcrunch.com - Instagram has been steadily beefing up its Direct Messaging feature in recent months, as it has begun to toy with the idea of spinning out messaging into its own, separate app. Among its more recent …

Talent trickles out of Snapchat as Timehop founder leaves

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techcrunch.com - Less than a year after joining Snapchat, social media nostalgia app Timehop’s founder Jonathan Wegener is departing the company. He tells TechCrunch he wants to build his own thing again, but the fac…

Podia helps content creators build their online business

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techcrunch.com - More than a year and a half ago, I wrote about Coach, a startup offering tools for tutors and other freelancers to make money and operate their business online. Since then, the company has shifted fo…

Tesla vehicles to get a “major navigation overhaul” in 2018

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techcrunch.com - Tesla is reworking its approach to in-car navigation, and will deploy a “major navigation overhaul” in “early 2018,” per Tesla CEO Elon Musk, who shared the news in response to a customer inquiry on …

Apple revises its controversial guidelines on template-based apps

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techcrunch.com - Apple today announced it’s amending the App Store guideline that banned apps created using templates and other app generation services. When the company revised its policies earlier this year, the mo…

Apple’s Design Delirium

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techcrunch.com - I watch with increasing trepidation at the direction Apple is taking its products. The most recent concern came yesterday from Bloomberg that Apple intends to offer its software developers new librar…

War Stories: Lord British created an ecology for Ultima Online, but no one saw it

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arstechnica.com - Richard Garriott: game designer, astronaut, master haunted house maintainer. In the '80s and especially the early '90s, Garriott was part of the first “rock star” cadre of game developers (along with…

Google fights fragmentation: New Android features to be forced on apps in 2018

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arstechnica.com - While Apple's app store is heavily regulated, the Google Play Store has mostly lived its life under Google's laissez-faire attitude. As long as you didn't get caught by Google's malware scanning, you…

Apple now requires App Store games with loot boxes to list odds

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arstechnica.com - Apple rolled out a number of iOS App Store rule changes on Wednesday, and the one that catches your eye will likely depend on your mobile-app interests. The biggest change, at least in terms of numbe…

Ars Technica's 2012 Games of the Year

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arstechnica.com - It's always difficult to narrow an entire year of games down to just a select set of the best, but this task seemed harder than usual in 2012. The year really was an embarrassment of riches as far as…

The full, real, actual Civilization VI just came out on iPad

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arstechnica.com - Civilization VI is now available on the App Store for iPad. It's the full game, making it the first legit, main series Civ game to be released on mobile. The game was ported by Aspyr Media, a company…

LG teases a monstrous 34-inch, 5K, 21:9 monitor ahead of CES

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arstechnica.com - Brace yourself: the deluge of product announcements for next month’s Consumer Electronics Show has begun. LG took its turn in the spotlight on Thursday, announcing a trio of new monitors that’ll be s…

Revisiting Fossil hybrid smartwatches: From curiosity to practicality

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arstechnica.com - Fossil has come a long way since the debut of its first hybrid smartwatches in 2015. What was once a small endeavor with just a handful of devices has grown to take over most of the brands under Foss…

8 Brands Using Email Personalization Like Pros

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www.campaignmonitor.com - What is the first thing that comes to mind when you think of email personalization? I bet you thought of inserting a first name into the subject line. Although this is a good strategy, there’s much m…

When You Just Don't Trust a Tab | CSS-Tricks

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css-tricks.com - Do we need a word for when a browser tab has sat too long and you just don't trust thing are going to work as you expect them do when you come back? I tweeted that the other day and apparently other …

Cyberpunk isn’t just sci-fi — it’s Silicon Valley's design theory

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magenta.as - Her augmented eyes are coated in mirrors, and beneath her immaculately manicured nails, quicksilver daggers wait to be sprung. Her boyfriend was Johnny Mnemonic, a human hard drive, gray matter encry…

Movies Anywhere gives you extra content for Google Play Movies

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androidcommunity.com - You would think that purchasing movies on Google Play Movies would give you all the extra bonus content that you’ll ever need. But apparently, it takes a third-party app to bring out all those extra …

Honor 9 Lite launches with 18:9 screen, dual rear and selfie cams

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androidcommunity.com - Before 2017 totally comes to a close, Huawei hopes to make another dent in the Chinese mobile market by launching the Honor 9 Lite. This is something we’ve been expecting since a new model appeared o…

Twitter now allows you to use third-party apps for 2-step verification

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androidcommunity.com - While some people find the two-step login verification process a bit too excessive, you can never be too careful in trying to avoid people from hacking or illegally accessing your account for various…

Connecting Brands and People through Loyalty Programs

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www.loyalty360.org - Fast-changing media, ecommerce and constantly-connected consumers are among the reasons that building and keeping customer loyalty is one of the major challenges marketers are currently facing. New r…

Reward or No Reward? That is the Retailer’s Question

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www.loyalty360.org - Do rewards programs work? Is it worth it to offer discounts to your best customers? These are crucial questions for retailers to answer, especially in a time when traditional retail is threatened by …

How to Choose the Right Loyalty Technology Solution Vendor

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www.loyalty360.org - As 2017 draws to a close, now is the time to build out your plans for customer loyalty initiatives for 2018. Whether loyalty is a new concept for your company or you’re considering making a greater i…

4 Tips to Drive Store Traffic with Mobile Coupons this Holiday Season

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www.loyalty360.org - The holiday season is the biggest time of the year for retailers and can account for as much as 30% or more of a retailer’s annual sales, according to the National Retail Federation. It’s the perfect…

The Secrets of Pinterest ‘SEO’ for Brands

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www.adweek.com - Many marketers know search-engine optimization like the back of their hand, but for several, the secrets of Pinterest optimization may be elusive. I’ve posted about the platform’s power to shepherd s…

How to compete with Amazon (and win) during the holiday shopping season

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www.portent.com - The holiday shopping season brings many rewards for eCommerce businesses, but over the past several years that brings a familiar seasonal challenge: Amazon. It’s no secret that Amazon ramps up its SE…

Ladies, How Can We Put Men In Their Place?

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www.lifehack.org - A difficult boss is the greatest obstacle mоѕt wоrkеrѕ wіll еnсоuntеr іn their рrоfеѕѕіоnаl lіfе. Thе unmаnаgеd іmрасt оf a dаіlу encounter wіth hіm оr hеr can bе dеvаѕtаtіng tо a реrѕоn’ѕ саrееr, wo…

More Tax Winning: Comcast Announces Employee Bonuses, $50 Billion in Investment

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www.infowars.com - Comcast announced on Wednesday that they will distribute $1,000 bonuses to more than one hundred thousand frontline and non-executive employees and invest more than $50 billion in infrastructure inve…

Augmented Reality New Endgame of Globalists

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www.infowars.com - Oculus president Michael Abrash is preparing for a world where augmented reality (AR) dominates the daily lives of everyone. Abrash admitted virtual reality is not the future, noting that the public …

Facebook has taken its first real steps into the music business

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www.recode.net - Facebook is finally getting into the music business. Mark Zuckerberg isn’t selling songs or music streaming subscriptions. But his company has signed a deal with Universal Music, the world’s largest …

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