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Fujifilm’s new SP-2 Instax Share photo printer is faster, quieter than the original

Fujifilm’s Instax line of instant film products has become a big hit for the company, selling better than even the highly acclaimed digital X-series cameras. In addition to the series of fun-to-use cameras, Fujifilm offers the Instax Share printer that makes credit-card sized instant prints from their mobile...
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A quick look at the state of hardware technologies in China and beyond

In the past few years hardware investment has come into its own as a major force in the tech world beyond the walls of medical devices (where it had been relegated for years). A recent report from HAX, the hardware accelerator backed by SOSV shows just how far...
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Literally Everything Just Happened on Game of Thrones

And I mean EVERYTHING. Tonight’s season six finale may have contained more major developments than the previous nine episodes combined, and it’s been a pretty damned exciting season! Let’s discuss. Good gods. The episode started with Cersei’s trial by the High Sparrow having... the...
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Rolls-Royce expects remote-controlled cargo ships by 2020

The move to crew-free ships promises more than a few advantages, Rolls says. You wouldn't need a bridge or living quarters, so you'd have much more room for the goods you're hauling. They'd be safer and more efficient, too, since you'd cut out many...
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Make Perfectly Thin Slices of Avocado by Cutting Before You Peel

Some folks might tell you to split your avocado in half, then scoop the meat out of the skin before you slice it. If you want thin, neat, picturesque slices, however, you should do the cutting before you peel. As Sarah Jampel at Food52...
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Paper Scrolls

Materials:PaperWooden dowels (I used cake pop sticks because I didn't have dowels )PaintGlueTea bagThread/string (optional)Ribbon (optional)Printed template (this template works for a small scroll){If the template fails to load, the template is 20cm by 11cm. The lines for rolling up to are 5cm from ...By:...
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New evidence that sperm whales form clans with diverse cultures, languages

Sperm whales live in small family units, and these families form groups called clans. A sperm whale family shares its unique language dialect with other members of its clan. Sperm whales dive incredibly deep to hunt, and in the Pacific they swim so far...
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Yuneec Typhoon H drone gets new obstacle-avoiding powers from Intel - CNET

Intel's RealSense technologies allow the Typhoon H to avoid and fly around obstacles. Joshua Goldman/CNET Yuneec's Typhoon H camera drone already had the ability to stop itself before colliding into large objects. But now with help from Intel RealSense technologies, it will avoid obstacles and...
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5 things we'd love to see on the 'Game of Thrones' Season 6 finale

Game of Thrones fans, your watch has nearly ended. We're moving into the final episode of the (possibly?) penultimate season. For a show that already has set a precedent for keeping fans on edge, we can only expect this finale to keep our jaws clenched. ...
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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910V - 32GB Verizon (Unlocked) - White - Black

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Mobile App Development: 8 Best Practices

Creating great mobile enterprise apps isn't necessarily easy, but it can be easier if you follow these eight critical tips.1 of 9 If you're in enterprise IT in 2016, the odds are pretty good that you've already been tasked with building a mobile app, or...
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How the ‘insecurity of things’ creates the next wave of security opportunities

More than 5 billion IoT devices were installed in 2015. Gartner estimates this will grow to 20 billion by 2020. Unfortunately, experts agree that security is not only an afterthought, but often is actively resisted and circumvented. IoT devices are attractive to hackers because they...
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Don’t forget: You can email us tips at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., call them in at 646-470-4295, send them dire Don’t forget: You can email us tips at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., call them in at 646-470-4295, send them directly to any of our writers, or use our anonymous SecureDrop system....
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Planet Money - NPR

Planet Money NPR Genre: Business Release Date: June 24, 2016 The economy, explained, with stories and surprises. Imagine you could call up a friend and say, "Meet me at the bar and tell me what's going on with the economy." Now imagine that's actually...
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So Hey You Should Stop Using Texts for Two-Factor Authentication

Since two-factor authentication became the norm for web services that care about securing your accounts, it’s started to feel like a security blanket, an extra layer keeping your data safe no matter whether your password is as strong as 8$&]$@I)9[P&4^s or as dumb as dadada....
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ECMAScript 2016: New Version of JavaScript Language Released

An anonymous Slashdot reader writes: Ecma International, the organization in charge of managing the ECMAScript standard, has published the most recent version of the JavaScript language. ECMAScript 2016 (ES7 or JavaScript 7th Edition in the old naming scheme) comes with very few new features....
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Line, the biggest tech IPO of the year, struggles to show its growth plan can work

TOKYO In delaying its IPO by two years, Japanese messaging app company Line Corp bought time to correct weak financial reporting controls, work on its business plan, bolster staffing - and left billions of dollars on the table as its valuation shriveled. Line's initial...
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A rising tide lifts all … houses? Movable stilt homes keep you high and dry

When the Kevin Costner-led action flick Waterworld came out in 1995, moviegoers got a sneak peek at what the world might be like should Earth’s polar ice caps completely melt. Fast forward some 21 years to today, and the San Francisco-based design firm Terry & Terry Architecture seems to...
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Kanye West's video for Famous is damn genius clickbait

Kanye West premiered the music video for "Famous" last night in Los Angeles, and it's absolute clickbait in the most congratulatory meaning of the word. Because lots of people are going to click on headlines like: West told Vanity Fair that the video is...
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Understand Hyper Light Drifter's Lore In A Minute

Hyper Light Drifter is a gorgeous and enthralling game that released earlier this year, but it's safe to say that its storytelling is ambiguous. YouTube show Lore In A Minute!, which gives a rundown of several franchises' histories and backstories, hopes to enlighten you on...
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Time To Think About How Short Human History Is

GIF Here is your daily reminder that humans are just one animal among many that have existed on Earth, and that our species’ history is minute compared to the history of the rest of our planet. In a video posted to the Kurzgesagt –...
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Governments must embrace the Information Age or risk becoming obsolete

Thirty-six years ago, American writer and futurist Alvin Toffler wrote his famous The Third Wave, outlining the inevitable transition from a “Second Wave,” characterized by an industrial society, to a “Third Wave,” characterized by what he calls the “Information Age.” The Information Age, as...
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This Week In Techdirt History: June 19th - 25th

Five Years Ago This week in 2011, amid lots of IP chaos, we offered up a two-part history of the many "killers" of the music industry, first in the analog era and now in the digital one. Undeterred, Universal Music was in the midst...
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Hidden gems of the Steam Summer Sale: 10 delightful games under $10

The temperature’s rising and the sun’s beating down outside, which can only mean one thing: It’s time for PC gamers to shutter themselves inside and drool over the delectable discounts in Valve’s annual Steam Summer Sale. But with everything selling for rock-bottom prices, what should...
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Snowden's email provider confirms it was an investigation target

It's a poorly kept secret that officials targeted Lavabit's secure email service as part of their investigation into Edward Snowden's leaks. Heck, the US government inadvertently leaked the truth itself. However, a gag order has prevented Lavabit from publicly acknowledging this... until now. In...
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An Easy Way to Make Cheesy Garlic Fries On the Grill

Hey, do you like garlic French fries topped with cheese? Cool, same. Good thing you can learn this super easy way to cook some up at your next barbecue or car camping trip, from the folks at Delish. http://lifehacker.com/this-algorithm... To start, you’re going to...
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Novelist John Sundman talks CRISPR, genetics, and logic bombs

Novelist John Sundman is a national treasure. His best work, Acts of the Apostles, predicts CRISPR, advanced genetic engineering, and chip-based Trojan Horses and his writing is at once dense and thrilling. I got the chance to talk with him this week for the...
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Drivers Prefer Autonomous Cars That Don't Kill Them

A new study shows that most people prefer that self-driving cars be programmed to save the most people in the event of an accident, even if it kills the driver. Unless they are the drivers.Tesla Model 3, BMW i3: 10 Electric Vehicles To Own (Click...
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PlayStation 4 500gb Console - Star Wars: Battlefront Bundle, Vader Ctrl More

$335.00 (5 Bids)End Date: Sunday Jun-26-2016 8:52:54 PDTBid now | Add to watch list
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Bamboo Traditional Kite(plastic Welding)

This is how I make kites,it's my version of traditional Asian kites from Indonesia,Bali in particular.Its a perfect thing to do on a breezey day,every childhood is incomplete without kites,no to mention the immense satisfaction that one gets when something built with your own two...
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The auto engineering marvels at the Lane Motor Museum are ridiculously cool

From the entrance of Nashville, TN's Lane Motor Museum.Megan GeussWhen Ars was invited to do a test drive of the 2016 Chevrolet Cruze in Nashville, we wanted to make the most of our trip down south. Between playing the tourist by looking for live music...
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The real cost of virtual reality - CNET

For more CNET Magazine stories, click here. Mark Mann Jumping into the new and exciting world of virtual reality has more dangers than just suffering from motion sickness or bumping your knee on the coffee table while wearing a giant set of goggles. Sticker shock...
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Security News This Week: Brexit Edition (Hey, at Least Bitcoin Is OK)

  It’s hard to think about much beyond Brexit this week—and we’ll get to its sweeping security implications in just a minute—but there was plenty of ado before the UK voted to divorce the EU. Legal proceedings continue apace for convicted Silk Road mastermind...
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Things got weird on Twitter this week

It doesn’t get much weirder than it did this past week on Twitter.  Tyler, the Creator and Elon Musk chatted, Sonic the Hedgehog and LeBron James both talked some sh*t and it turns out Good Morning America knows memes better than the rest of...
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Motorola S11-HD Wireless Stereo Bluetooth Headset Headphones Black

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Watches Included With Zero Time Dilemma Limited Watch Edition Delayed

Were you one of those folks who ordered one of the limited editions of Zero Time Dilemma to get its cool watch? Well, Aksys Games has some bad news for you: the watches have been delayed by a few weeks because they were damaged...
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Citigroup resolves 'technical issue' that left accounts frozen

    Citigroup Inc (C.N) said on Friday it resolved a technical issue that had left customers unable to access their accounts remotely.Customers had taken to social media to complain about the outage, which affected several U.S. states, including New York, Pennsylvania and California, according...
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If Tim Burton made a robot, this would be it

With customers like the U.S. Army and the Marine Corps, Boston Dynamics doesn't go out of its way to build friendly-looking robots. But its newest creation, SpotMini, is even creepier than the others. It looks like some sort of dog/giraffe hybrid, but unlike either of...
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Post Gag Order, Lavabit Founder Reveals Non-Secret That Feds Were After Ed Snowden's Emails

Want some unsurprising news? Apparently a three year gag order has just lapsed, allowing Ladar Levison, the founder and former operator of Lavabit, the secure email service Ed Snowden famously used, to finally say that yes, the feds asked him to turn over his encryption...
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The hidden gems of the Steam Summer Sale

Summertime is here once again, which means only one thing: The Steam Summer Sale. It’s much too hot out there, so what better way to keep cool than by staying indoors playing video games? As great as the Steam Summer Sale is, though, it does have...
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Paranoid cybersecurity pro on vacation thwarts card-stealing scammers

Some might call you paranoid, but who cares. You’re taping up your webcam in the name of security, and you’re checking the ATMs you use to spot skimmers. At least, you should be. If you’re not, then you could very well be a fraud ring’s...
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You deserve this funny video on a crummy day

The past couple weeks haven’t been the best. But it’s Friday afternoon. The weekend is so close, but here you are, still at your desk. You deserve happiness as much as anybody else. So, I have a video for you. It’s short. It’s sweet....
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Jalopnik Is It OK To Judge People Based On The Car They Drive?

Jalopnik Is It OK To Judge People Based On The Car They Drive? Original linkOriginal author: Kinja! on Kinja Roundup, shared by Gabrielle Bluestone to Gawker
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Piracy Phishing Scam Targets US ISPs and Subscribers

According to a report on TorrentFreak, an elaborate piracy phishing operating is tageting US ISPs and subscribers. Scammers are reportedly masquerading as anti-piracy company IP-Echelon and rightholders such as Lionsgate to send fake DMCA notices and settlement demands to ISPs. From the report:TorrentFreak was...
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Oculus removes hardware DRM that locked games onto its headset

An Oculus update posted today quietly removes a feature that blocked Oculus software from being played on other headsets — something that the community has been up in arms about for a month. The update, Runtime 1.5, doesn’t include the feature retraction in the...
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Oculus offically ditches hardware DRM, will let modders play games on the HTC Vive

Finally it seems like Oculus is listening to its fanbase. After weeks of criticism over its wagon circling around its Oculus Home platform as it tried in vain to restrict games to the Oculus Rift headset only, it has relented and removed the controversial DRM....
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YouTube Mobile Live Streaming Launch Targets Facebook

Google-owned YouTube plans to bring live streaming to its mobile app, a direct attack on recent moves made by Facebook. Google Apps Vs. Office 365: Which Suite Reigns Supreme? (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Creating and sharing video content from mobile devices is...
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Google Updates: YouTube live after you check you're not dead

THERE'S NAFF ALL about compared with last week, when we were blessed with a wealth of Google snippettes, so we'll just do a quick recap of the good bits. Android TV, which hasn't quite set the world on fire and was limited to a...
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These Images Were Taken With an Entirely New Kind of Photography

Image: Capasso Lab/Harvard SEAS These beetles may look like two different species, but they’re the same individual. The difference lies in how they were photographed, using a new lens that allows scientists to “see” one of the most fundamental properties of biology: chirality. Many...
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We've really not thought this Brexit thing through from a tech point of view

SO THAT'S IT then. We're out. The INQ has kept its cards relatively close to its chest up to now. But let me tell you that the mood at INQ Towers today is one of absolute devastation. We're so, so sorry, Europe. We still...
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Is the future of VR NVIDIA, Sony and Apple?

Ondrej Homola Crunch Network Contributor Ondrej Homola is co-founder and CEO of Lifeliqe, a platform company for the creation, sharing and deployment of interactive 3D objects into mobile, VR, AR and 3D printable media. How to join the network Virtual reality is all the buzz...
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Google creates VR montage of Pride parades around the world

A lot of people all over the globe can't attend Pride due to stringent anti-LGBTQ laws, while those in countries like the US don't attend out of fear of being ostracized by friends and family. According to a Pew Research Center study in 2013,...
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NASA wants a robot in space refueling satellites by 2020

Space debris orbiting the Earth is a growing problem, it’s been getting worse for 58 years. A lot of this debris is created by satellites, which inevitably reach an end-of-life state by running out of fuel. Refueling satellites isn’t something that can currently be...
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Kitchen Tool School: The Portable, Powerful Immersion Blender

I love my stand mixer, but recently I’ve been seeing another appliance, and we really have something special. Though it could never completely replace my beloved red KitchenAid, I find myself reaching for my immersion blender (also known as a “stick blender” or “hand...
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A Bug in Chrome Makes It Easy to Pirate Movies

LinuxSecurity.com: For years Hollywood has waged a war on piracy, using digital rights management technologies to fight bootleggers who illegally copy movies and distribute them. For just as long, hackers have found ways to bypass these protections. Now two security researchers have found a new...
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Let's Encrypt accuses Comodo of trying to swipe its brand

LinuxSecurity.com: Let's Encrypt, a free certificate authority launched by the Internet Security Research Group in November 2014 and backed by some of the biggest names in the industry, today revealed that rival CA Comodo is attempting to "improperly" trademark the Let's Encrypt brand.Original link
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Metal Gear Rising (Xbox 360)

$3.25 (6 Bids)End Date: Friday Jun-24-2016 23:33:04 PDTBid now | Add to watch list
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Apple retires the Thunderbolt Display without announcing a replacement

Further ReadingOp-ed: Apple's aging Mac designs could actually learn a lot from other PCs.Apple has yet to announce an updated version of 2011's Thunderbolt Display, but pretty soon it won't be selling the old one either. The company will sell through any existing stock in the...
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Lindsay Lohan an unlikely source of information during the Brexit vote - CNET

Screenshot by Nic Healey/CNET There were many surprises to be found during the United Kingdom's referendum on whether to leave the European Union, probably better known by the portmanteau "Brexit". The biggest surprise is probably the result -- but a close second would have...
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The UK votes to leave the EU in historic referendum, forecasts say

LONDON — British media has projected that voters have decided that Britain should leave the European Union after a bitter campaign that highlighted deep divisions over issues of sovereignty and national identity.  Scotland, southeast England and London were the only areas where people voted in...
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Apple iPhone 4S A1387 3.5" Retina 8GB Factory UNLOCKED Cell Phone

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Pokkén Tournament (Nintendo Wii U, 2016)

$42.00 (22 Bids)End Date: Sunday Jun-26-2016 18:58:20 PDTBid now | Add to watch list
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Song Exploder: Chvrches Bring the House Down on ‘Clearest Blue’

On the Song Exploder podcast, host Hrishikesh Hirway talks to musicians who take apart their songs and, piece by piece, tell the stories of how they were made. Listen below. Glasgow-based trio Chvrches went for a much more complex sound on their second album, Every...
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Never Mind the Ballots, Here's the Brexit Polls

Photo: AP The official result of Britain’s referendum on whether to leave the European Union—dubbed Brexit—isn’t expected to arrive until tomorrow morning, but just minutes after voting stations closed on Thursday, four final opinion polls indicated that “Remain” has narrowly won the day, The...
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Aluminum Inlay Cross-Cut Log Clock

Welcome to this instructable describing the building process of this Aluminum Inlay Log Section Clock and Temperature gauge. The final product is a rustic but modern, beautiful addition to any room. This instructable will be an overview of the building process broken down into specific...
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Warzone Firefight Update For Halo 5: Guardians Lands On June 29

After extensive teasing and updates following a multiplayer beta, the Warzone Firefight expansion for Halo 5: Guardians finally has a release date. Additionally, any Xbox Live gold user will be able to download Halo 5: Guardians from June 29 to July 5 and test...
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Saudi prince aims for Silicon Valley appeal to gleam at home

DUBAI/RIYADH The powerful young prince behind modernizing reforms in Saudi Arabia presents himself as the champion of his nation's plugged-in youth, and his visit to Silicon Valley this week sought to bolster that image. The 31-year-old Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has unabashedly...
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Google Maps beta hints at SD storage for offline maps, fixes for Android Auto

Google Maps has added several features and fixes to the latest beta version.  Many of the changes in version 9.31 pertain specifically to those running the Android N beta. You can finally try out the beta app on an N-powered device, but you’ll definitely be...
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AWS, Microsoft cloud win US government security approval

Three vendors, including Microsoft and Amazon Web Services, have won a key U.S. government authorization that allows federal agencies to put highly sensitive data on their cloud-computing services. The AWS GovCloud, Microsoft's Azure GovCloud, and CSRA's ARC-P IaaS have received provisional authority to offer services under the...
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Russia's Problem (According To Russian Politicians): Not Enough Mass Surveillance

When you look back at Techdirt's coverage of Russia's attempts to control its people and shut down online dissent, it's unlikely you will be thinking to yourself: "What Russia really needs is more mass surveillance." But Russian politicians would disagree with you there, as they...
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Microsoft has released another bloody Windows 10 preview build

  MICROSOFT HAS RELEASED another effing Windows 10 preview build as the firm gears up to the impending rollout of the bumper Anniversary Update. Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14371 was released overnight to testers on the Fast Ring, just hours after it was...
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How cool does a bladeless fan make you?

Dyson's fans look cool. There's no getting around it — there's just something about them that makes you want to spend stupid amounts of money on what ought to be a very basic home product. There are a few big perks to Dyson's latest,...
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Apple eyeing touch controls to extend the power of the stylus

Apple has been looking at ways to extend the control power of stylus input methods, patenting a touch sensitive stylus which could allow for users to manipulate on screen objects depending on how and where they place their fingers on the stylus shaft itself. The patent, spotted earlier...
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Zoo Tycoon Xbox One Full Game Download Card

$11.99 (0 Bids)End Date: Friday Jun-24-2016 4:12:52 PDTBuy It Now for only: $15.99Buy It Now | Bid now | Add to watch list
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Digital Storm Aventum 3 review

Every major electronics or gaming show is littered with extreme, massive computers, crammed with insanely powerful hardware and high-end liquid cooling. They’re incredible in their impracticality, built for seemingly no reason other than “because we can.” Almost none of them actually translate to rigs...
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Computer Simulations Point To the Source of Gravitational Waves

An anonymous reader writes from a report via The Verge: On February 11th, scientists at the LIGO observatory made history when they announced the detection of the first gravitational waves. A new study says the gravitational waves likely came from two massive suns that...
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Over half of world's top domains weak against email spoofing

LinuxSecurity.com: Over half of the world's most popular online services have misconfigured servers which could place users at risk from spoof emails, researchers have warned.Original link
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And the winners of our first-ever Meetup and Pitch-Off in Tel Aviv are….

We at TC have had an amazing time this week in Israel, meeting founders, hearing about crazy new technology, and probably eating too much food. Yesterday our time here was capped off with the big thing we came here for: our first ever Meetup and Pitch-off...
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Computer simulations point to the source of gravitational waves

They arrived at that cause and date by modeling the birth of the universe. The researchers plugged stars and data into the computer simulation Synthetic Universe and ran it until they encountered an event that would possibly have emanated the actual gravitational waves. In...
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5 Beyond Brilliant Action Scenes in Movies

GIF Action movies are fun to watch but there’s a smart way to do action scenes and an epically dumb way to do it. The smart way focuses in on the details, tells a story within a story, and makes sure we know just...
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The Drops of Clarity Desktop

Reader ravenclawwit is no stranger to our featured desktop series, and submitted this beautiful setup to our Desktop Showcase a few weeks ago. It looks great, from top to bottom, and is pretty heavily personalized. It also has a little secret. First thing’s first—ravenclawwit...
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In the Science of Civilizations, Brexit Is the European Union’s Reckoning

On June 23, millions of United Kingdom citizens will vote to leave the European Union. And millions of others will vote to remain. If the leavers win, the UK and EU will begin a methodical divorce that many analysts expect to destabilize the nation and...
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How to Install Rounded Wooden Pillars on Jack Posts

How to install custom built wood pillars around jack posts in your basement, Bring your basement dragging and kicking into style with these beautiful looking columns. Step by step instructions AND a video showing how it's all done. Taking down the old pillars The first...
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If you kill the headphone jack, you need to replace it with something better

Enlarge / Little ol' headphone jacks causing a big ol' fuss.Andrew CunninghamFurther ReadingAn all-new "iPhone 7" design may not surface this fall.As the rumors that the next iPhone will drop the 3.5mm headphone jack have intensified, I’ve been keeping tabs on the specific argument...
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Dems turn to Facebook, Twitter after cameras turned off over gun sit-in - CNET

Kentucky Rep. John Yarmuth tweeted out this image of his colleagues protesting the recent failure of several gun control bills in Congress. Rep. John Yarmuth The world is watching as dozens of US Democrats have turned to social media to broadcast their sit-in at the...
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Disney to bring Indiana Jones back for more after upcoming fifth movie

When it comes to artifact-discovering adventurers who get into all kinds of trouble around the globe, few have more fans than Indiana Jones. Harrison Ford made the character an icon with the first film, Raiders of the Lost Ark, which went on to spawn...
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How to fake taking very serious notes at meetings

Anyone who has ever had the pleasure of attending a meeting knows that it's essential to pay very close attention to everything that happens. And to ensure you remember everything, it's always best to take some notes.  Or if you're a normal human and that...
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M26 Bluetooth Smart Wrist Bracelet Watch Phone for Android Samsung iPhone Black

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Microsoft Rolls Out Wallet App To Windows Insiders

Microsoft Wallet will bring tap-to-pay to Windows 10 Mobile, starting with Windows Insiders. 10 Most-Loved Tech CEOs (Click image for larger view and slideshow.) Microsoft is officially jumping into the mobile wallet game with its Microsoft Wallet app, which is bringing NFC tap-to-pay technology to...
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House Democrats Hold Sit-in to Demand Gun Control Vote

Image: Twitter Just a week after Senate Democrats filibustered for new gun control measures, the Democrats of the House have decided to get in on the fun. This time, with a good old-fashioned sit-in. Rep. John Lewis from Georgia started the day with the...
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MS16-063 - Critical: Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer (3163649) - Version: 1.1

Severity Rating: CriticalRevision Note: V1.1 (June 22, 2016): Bulletin revised to add workarounds for CVE-2016-3213. This is an informational change only. Customers who have successfully installed the updates do not need to take any further action.Summary: This security update resolves vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer. The...
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MS16-077 - Important: Security Update for WPAD (3165191) - Version: 1.1

Severity Rating: ImportantRevision Note: V1.1 (June 22, 2016): Bulletin revised to add an Update FAQ on behavior changes to be aware of after installing this update. This is an informational change only.Summary: This security update resolves vulnerabilities in Microsoft Windows. The vulnerabilities could allow elevation...
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Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired - Ramsey Solutions

Chris Hogan's Retire Inspired Ramsey Solutions Genre: Investing Release Date: June 21, 2016 Number-one, best-selling author Chris Hogan wants to turn the tables on how we think about retirement. Retirement isn’t an age; it’s a financial number! It’s not about how old you are;...
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Sony PlayStation 4 (Latest Model)- 500 GB Black Console

$222.50 (8 Bids)End Date: Saturday Jun-25-2016 6:41:56 PDTBid now | Add to watch list
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Senate likely to pass FBI spying bill after Orlando shooting

WASHINGTON The U.S. Senate on Wednesday is likely to pass a Republican-backed proposal to expand the Federal Bureau of Investigation's secretive surveillance powers after the mass shooting at an Orlando gay nightclub last week.The spying bill is the Republican response to the massacre after...
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How Android apps transformed my Asus Chromebook Flip into an entirely new device

Android apps on Chrome OS are here today if you have an Asus Chromebook Flip. Switch your Chromebook Flip to Chrome’s Dev channel and you’ll get full access to the entire Google Play Store on your device. Android apps will arrive on other eligible Chromebooks in...
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No Man's Sky Settles With Sky TV So It Can Have 'Sky' In Its Name

As you may or may not be aware, Sky TV is a European cable television network owned by Rupert Murdoch. Sky TV is also a company that has trademarked the word "sky" and enjoys bludgeoning anyone who uses the word "sky" in business into...
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Gene-editing tool CRISPR may soon be used to treat humans for the first time

The controversial gene-editing tool CRISPR may soon be used to create custom blood cells that hunt cancer — its first use to treat humans. A study at the University of Pennsylvania received an initial approval from the ethical gatekeepers at the National Institutes of Health this...
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MSI and ASUS Accused of Sending Reviewers Overpowered Graphics Cards

An anonymous reader writes from a report via The Verge: TechPowerUp discovered that the MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming X card they were sent for review was running at faster GPU and memory clock speeds than the retail version. This was because the review...
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Twitter wants you to get more creative, now lets you post videos of up to 140 seconds

If you’re a Twitter user that’s always felt 30 seconds is just a bit too short for your video masterpieces, then we have some good news for you. The social networking site has just upped the limit for moving pictures to 140 seconds. See what they’ve...
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