Friday, September 28, 2018

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Facebook Blocks Bad News About Itself as 'Spam' | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - The link blocking was first noticed by Shaun Hair, executive editor of the Western Journal, who posted a video of his attempt to post an article from the Guardian about Facebook’s latest data breach …

The 2018 Document Market Landscape

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usefyi.com - To get a bird’s eye view of the document market, we decided to create a landscape that included as many tools as we could find along with the core categories that they all fall into. Click here to vi…

Perspective | The case for breaking up Facebook and Instagram

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www.washingtonpost.com - Kevin Systrom, chief executive and co-founder of Instagram, announced this week his plans to leave the company. (Jeff Chiu/AP) By Tim Wu Tim Wu is the Julius Silver professor of law, science and tech…

Android 9 Pie, thoroughly reviewed

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arstechnica.com - Welcome to the big Android 9 review! For a quick recap, you can click through this gallery for a highlight reel. The new Material Design means lots of UI changes. Here's the new notification panel. T…

Echtzeitbilder aus autonomen Autos

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japanmarkt.de - Tokio (JAPANMARKT) – Fujitsu hat die Kompression von hochaufgel├Âsten Videobildern stark verbessert. Das k├Ânnte die Einf├╝hrung von autonomen Autos erleichtern. Es geht um die Kompression von Videobild…

MetaMask Blacklists Top Dapp, Calls It An ‘Active Scam’

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www.ethnews.com - On Thursday, September 27, MetaMask acknowledged via Twitter its recent blocking of 333ETH, currently the most-visited Dapp on Ethereum, according to DappRadar. In response to Chris Blechschmidt, the…

Inclusive innovation: designing a better future for everyone - IDEOTS

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ideots.com - Are today’s tech innovations ready for people with special requirements? And if not, why not? Let’s take a look at what’s going on in the areas of the smart home, VR and mobile tech in general for th…

How Bug Bounty Hunters Can Leverage GDPR

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www.egnyte.com - This article was co-written by Kris Lahiri, Data Protection Officer and Dawid Balut, Egnyte Architect. For some GDPR violations, yes. The GDPR emphasizes data breaches and breach prevention, so detec…

Facebook Makes Itself a Central Point of Failure for the Web

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gigaom.com - Facebook, with its open graph announcements at the f8 conference today, is digging itself deep into the infrastructure of the web. Outside developers and existing sites will now be able to hook into …

Cloudflare gets into registrar business with wholesale domains and free privacy

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arstechnica.com - Cloudflare, the content delivery network and website security provider, has increasingly been pushing into businesses that intersect with its core missions. Earlier this year, the company rolled out …

Last day to buy early-bird tickets for TC Sessions: AR/VR 2018

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techcrunch.com - Holy smokes, TC Sessions: AR/VR 2018 is less than a month away, and it’s going to be an epic, day-long event. But listen up tech fans, the following reality is neither augmented nor virtual: our $99 …

Get your tickets to TechCrunch Startup Battlefield Africa 2018

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techcrunch.com - We absolutely love the thrill that comes from watching innovative tech startups launch their products to the world. It’s even more exciting when they’re competing head-to-head, and that’s exactly wha…

US government loses bid to force Facebook to wiretap Messenger calls

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techcrunch.com - US government investigators have lost a case to force Facebook to wiretap calls made over its Messenger app. A joint federal and state law enforcement effort investigating the MS-13 gang had pushed a…

Four Steps to Crafting the Perfect Job Description for Your Resume

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www.createcultivate.com - As the number of applicants per corporate job opening rises, it’s important that your resume is effective at articulating your accomplishments and what you can bring to the table. This means creating…

How to Sell on Instagram: How Kettlebell Kings Drives Leads and Sales

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blog.bufferapp.com - Read on to get the full story and learn exactly how Kettlebell Kings uses Instagram to grow its revenue. “We all had what I guess you call ‘real jobs’,” Jay Perkins told me. Back in 2013, Jay worked …

Google backtracks—a bit—on controversial Chrome sign-in feature

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arstechnica.com - Google will partially revert a controversial change made in Chrome 69 that unified signing in to Google's online properties and Chrome itself and which further preserved Google's cookies even when us…

Microsoft suspends development of touch-friendly Office apps for Windows

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arstechnica.com - Microsoft has stopped developing new features for the touch-friendly Office Mobile apps for Windows 10, reports the Verge. Word Mobile, Excel Mobile, and PowerPoint Mobile first made their debut with…

Hidden fees that raise price of broadband would be banned by proposed law

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arstechnica.com - US Rep. Anna Eshoo (D-Calif.) today introduced legislation that would require telecom companies to include all charges in their advertised prices, potentially ending the practice of advertising low p…

Carmack compares Oculus Quest hardware power to last-gen game consoles

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arstechnica.com - Any excuse to reuse this image of Carmack is a good one. SAN JOSE—In a wide-ranging and occasionally rambling unscripted talk at the Oculus Connect conference today, CTO John Carmack suggested the Oc…

Defcon Voting Village report: Bug in one system could “flip Electoral College”

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arstechnica.com - Today, six prominent information-security experts who took part in DEF CON's Voting Village in Las Vegas last month issued a report on vulnerabilities they had discovered in voting equipment and rela…

Turns out, Nintendo created Bowsette before the Internet did

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arstechnica.com - This month's major Nintendo Direct video presentation included a reveal of another New Super Mario Bros. game—a Switch port of its last Wii U installment—with one curious twist. It includes a few new…

Apple’s watchOS 5.0.1 addresses bug that may prevent Watches from charging

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arstechnica.com - Almost two weeks after watchOS 5 came out, Apple has pushed out its first update for the wearable operating system. WatchOS 5.0.1 doesn't bring any new features to Apple Watches, but it does fix a fe…

Review: Google’s Wear OS 2.0 can’t fix its obsolete smartwatch hardware

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arstechnica.com - Google's major Wear OS revamp is out today, and soon it will arrive on most devices released in the past year and a half (although Ars has already spent a week with a pre-release version of the OS). …

Forza Horizon 4 is the best open-world driving game you can buy

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arstechnica.com - MI6's greatest secret agent has opened up his garage. Sadly I have not found a way to activate the Esprit's submarine mode. There's even a special guest appearance by a franchise Sam told me not to s…

Incredible Star Trek: The Next Generation simulation ordered to stand down

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arstechnica.com - On Wednesday, the Stage 9 project pulled the plug one day after speaking with a CBS lawyer on the phone. News of the project’s end was first reported by Eurogamer. Rob Bryan, the project lead, charac…

Apple Watch Series 4 review: A bigger, better watchOS experience

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arstechnica.com - The fourth iteration of the Apple Watch still looks like a tiny iPhone on your wrist, but for many, it was the most exciting device announced at Apple's event earlier this month. A larger screen, fas…

10 things I wish I knew before my first corporate UX design job

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uxdesign.cc - Almost two years ago I sat down in front of a computer screen, in an open office space, waiting. I was nervous, eager to start and terrified. This is what I wish I had known before sitting down in th…

A Common Facebook Feature is the Source of a 50 Million-User Security Flaw

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www.inverse.com - Facebook announced on Friday that approximately 50 million accounts were compromised by a hacker or group of hackers that took advantage of a vulnerability in the site’s source code. This latest secu…

If we want drone delivery to be a reality, we've gotta keep it simple

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futurism.com - In 2013, we learned about Amazon’s splashy plans to drop packages off at customers’ homes using drones. Sure, there have been a few pilot drone deliveries, but for the most part, even Amazon hasn’t m…

Will there be an October Apple event? Signs point to yes | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - For about a week before the September 12 Apple announcement event, our editorial team prepared. The rumor mills had been spinning predictions at warp speed, so we had to be ready for whatever Tim & C…

Titanium RED Hydrogen One still not ready

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androidcommunity.com - Just a heads up for those who have been and still patiently waiting for their pre-orders, the RED Hydrogen One smartphone will be delayed yet again. We’ve shared this kind of news before and to be ho…

Google Clips app update now auto-saves “best” moments

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androidcommunity.com - Google Clips has been a pretty useful tiny device for families and friends who want to capture as many moments as possible without necessarily having everyone pose for pictures always. While some say…

Nordstrom Overhauls Loyalty Program, Announces Launch of Nordy Club

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loyalty360.org - Nordstrom has announced a complete overhaul of its loyalty program and will launch its new and improved Nordy Club this fall. The program incorporates the traditional point-based system and benefits …

Paul Thurrott's Short Takes: September 28 - Petri

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www.petri.com - Before the tsunami of people: Microsoft Ignite, early in the morning Because hazy, hot, and humid doesn’t even begin to explain the weather in Orlando, this edition of Short Takes looks some of the o…

Microsoft Moves Away From Office Mobile - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - With the launch of Office 2019, Microsoft introduced a new generation of Office apps earlier this week. On Windows and Mac, big changes are coming with the arrival of Office 2019. But for those on Wi…

Findera search engine helps recruiters find talent, sales find leads - Search Engine Land

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martechtoday.com - Locating the right person for a job offer or a sales pitch often entails recruitment firms, lead generation services or other specialized vendors. But a San Francisco startup named Findera is launchi…

A basic SEO audit for small businesses - Search Engine Land

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searchengineland.com - I am a big fan of getting the basics precisely dialed in for small business search engine optimization (SEO). Ensuring you lay a solid SEO foundation will typically deliver around 80 percent of the r…

Report: Google to pay Apple $9 billion to remain default search engine on Safari - Search Engine Land

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searchengineland.com - Wall Street firm Goldman Sachs has estimated (via Business Insider, registration req’d) that Google will pay a whopping $9 billion to remain the default search engine for Apple’s Safari browser. The …

Claims of Trump Executive Order on Google, Facebook Pure Fiction

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www.newsmax.com - An executive order reportedly drawn up by President Trump to investigate Google and Facebook for possible violation of anti-trust laws is a fraud – cooked up by an industry competitor in a bid to hob…

Hacker Announces Plans to Delete Mark Zuckerberg's Facebook Page | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - The Verge reports that a Taiwanese hacker known as Chang Chi-yuan has announced plans to broadcast himself deleting Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook profile. Chang announced his plans in a Fac…

The iPhone XS Is Forever

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gizmodo.com - I’m sick of buying iPhones. For the past decade, I’ve been buying them and loving them and breaking them and losing them and replacing them and, when September comes along, upgrading them. Last year,…

How to Get More Twitter Followers - Proven Blueprint to 4000 Followers Per Month • My Lead System PRO - MyLeadSystemPRO

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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…

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

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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…

Looking To Market Your Business? Try Video Marketing

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iim.internetinfomedia.com - Video marketing may seem like a bit confusing. It is using online videos to market a company. When done well, it’s a fantastic way to market a product or service. The article will teach you a few tip…

Sony Xperia XZ3 review: OLED screen marks a return to form Review | ZDNet

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www.zdnet.com - Only six months ago I reviewed this handset's predecessor, the Xperia XZ2. It had potential, but was ultimately somewhat disappointing. That's been the story for Sony's Xperia line for a while, but t…

8 predictions for the near-future of artificial intelligence

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www.impactlab.net - An artificial Intelligence project utilizing a humanoid robot from French company Aldebaran and reprogramed for their specific campus makes its debut as an assistant for students attending Palomar Co…

Want to toss your smartphone? The perfect dumbphone is here

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www.fastcompany.com - Many of us fantasize about life without a smartphone. Sure, navigating the world without Google Maps would be a pain. But no push notifications, no social networks, no squinting at 4-inch screens, ei…

Zeiss' first digital camera is the ZX1 full-frame compact

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www.engadget.com - It can shoot at 3 fps, a bit slow, but not bad considering the resolution and sensor size. Autofocus details are scant, but it works in both continuous and single mode. Zeiss said it designed both th…

This Week in FCPA-Episode 122, the Kavanaugh, Rosenstein and 100+ Wins edition | JD Supra

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www.jdsupra.com - JD Supra is a legal publishing service that connects experts and their content with broader audiences of professionals, journalists and associations. This Privacy Policy describes how JD Supra, LLC (…

Maury Rogow on Powerful Storytelling That Sells

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www.entrepreneur.com - In this series called Member Showcase, we publish interviews with members of The Oracles. This interview is with Maury Rogow, CEO of Rip Media Group, a multimedia marketing agency that uses video sto…

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