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Twitter COO Anthony Noto is considering leaving to become SoFi’s new CEO

Anthony Noto, Twitter’s COO and the most important full-time executive at the company, is considering leaving. Noto, who joined Twitter as CFO in 2014 and moved to COO in late 2016, is considering the open CEO role at finance startup SoFi, according to multiple sources. The Wall Street Journal first reported the news. Both Twitter and SoFi have declined to comment. But no one is denying the story. Noto may end up staying at Twitter, but jus...
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Facebook shirks responsibility, says experts can't be trusted - CNET

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives. An expert in responsibility avoidance? Paul Marotta/Getty Images The man whose mission it is, this year, to fix Facebook would prefer you to do it for him. All of you. All of you who can be bothered to answer surveys on Facebook, that is. This is the remedy CEO Mark Zuckerberg offered on Friday for deciding which media outlets are trustworthy sourc...
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Color Changing Night Light Using Ardruino 101

In this project you wil be making a night lamp using ardruino , Adafruit neo rgb Strips and a 3D printer. Note that this intructable is purely for my school project. The code for this project is based from a other project . With that said i'm not a expert when it comes to Ardruino. Step 1: Requirements For this project wou wil need the following hardware and tools Hardware: 1 - A ardruino101 (in US) or a Genuino101 (for outside the US) . 2 ...
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This Week In Techdirt History: January 14th - 20th

Five Years Ago This week in 2013, we were shook by the sad news of Aaron Swartz's death . Through the week, we looked at the actions of prosecutors and investigators and the fact that in the US "anyone interesting is a felon" , and at all the other crimes that would have resulted in less jail time than Swartz was facing . But we also looked at what we should learn from him moving forward, about how to build up instead of tearing down , and ...
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This rare Yu-Gi-Oh! card is on sale in Tokyo for over $400,000

This rare Yu-Gi-Oh! card is on sale in Tokyo for over $400,000 - The Verge more-arrownoyes Image: @saku06s / Twitter Specialty Yu-Gi-Oh! cards can be expensive and run in the thousands of dollars , like Doomcaliber Knight, worth about $700, and the first Japanese promo version of Dark Magician Girl, which could set you back about $1,100, but they don’t come close to the price of one particular card currently on the market. Card Shop Spiral ...
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A flaming superhero car and dieting trucks at the 2018 Detroit Auto Show

The Ram 1500 was considered by many I talked to as one of the high points of the show. Is it the first 48v mild hybrid truck? Jonathan Gitlin The 1500's chassis and powertrain. Jonathan Gitlin By contrast, the new Chevrolet Silverado caused much less buzz. Jonathan Gitlin A day after taking this photo it was roped off, no doubt thanks to the growing cracks. After a horrible design miscue with the 6th generation Cherokee, Jeep appears to hav...
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13 Reasons Why You Need Infographics

There are 2 types of learners in this world. There are the literal learners, who can listen to you talk all day about some seemingly interesting topic and absorb that information into their cranial databases. And then there are the visual learners who need to see things in a graphic or artistic way to actually put the mathematical puzzle of learning together in their own cranial databases. Today's infographic gives you 13 reasons why you ne...
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This week on AI: Apple's $350B US cash influx, Chinese labor scandal, HomePod coming soon & more

  By Roger Fingas Saturday, January 20, 2018, 03:18 am PT (06:18 am ET) With newsmakers finally back from the holidays, the Apple sphere finally began spinning at high speed again —particularly after Apple's announcement that it plans to pump a lot of money into the U.S. economy through 2023. To keep up on the latest in the Apple world, download the official AppleInsider app , and subscribe to our email newsletter . Everything you need to k...
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What a Government Shutdown Will Mean For NASA and SpaceX

What a Government Shutdown Will Mean For NASA and SpaceX - Slashdot Want to read Slashdot from your mobile device? Point it at m.slashdot.org and keep reading! Sign up for the Slashdot Daily Newsletter! DEAL: For $25 - Add A Second Phone Number To Your Smartphone for life! Use promo code SLASHDOT25. × 96760155 story Posted by BeauHD from the cause-and-effect dept. Ars Technica reports of how the government shutdown affects federal agencies ...
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Disney hires former Apple, Samsung exec for its streaming service

As Disney prepares for its streaming service that's launching next year, Variety reports it has snagged an executive to run operations. Kevin Swint (LinkedIn) worked at Apple for five years, eventually running its iTunes movies business worldwide, be... Original link
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Here are the best photo gear to come out of CES 2018

This year’s CES  wasn’t the biggest in terms of photography announcements, but a few companies paved the way, launching new and exciting products. Pocket cameras, which once inundated the floor of the Las Vegas Convention Center in CES past, have given way to drone, 360-degree, and AR/VR cameras. Here’s a look as some of the best photo gear we came across at this CES 2018. Panasonic Lumix GH5S Panasonic Lumix GH5S Daven Mathies/Digital Tren...
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The Russillo Show - ESPN, Ryen Russillo

The Russillo Show ESPN, Ryen Russillo Genre: Sports & Recreation Release Date: January 16, 2018 Ryen Russillo gives you his unfiltered take on the biggest stories in the sports world. © © 2010 Original link
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This new species of brittle star lived 435 million years ago

Scientists say the fossilized remains of a brittle star that lived 435 million years ago belong to a new species.  The fossil was named Crepidosoma doyleii, after the paleontologist who discovered it. Eamon Doyle was a Ph.D. student when he discovered the remains of the thumbnail-sized creature in the late 1980s, embedded in a layer of fossils on a hillside in the Maam Valley in Ireland.  Though this species of brittle star (which are close...
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Tether Printing Press In High Gear, Issuing $400 Million in Four Days

Bitcoin has had a rocky week to say the least. At its lowest point, the cryptocurrency dipped to $9,200 before a rising green candle sent it scurrying back into the safety of five figures. That candle was sparked by the release of $100m worth of tethers – surrogate US dollars – and was followed by another $100m issued for the next three days in a row. Tethers are propping up the bitcoin market right now, but what happens when the music stop...
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These high-speed ‘nano-cranes’ could form molecular assembly lines

Things aren’t going well down at the ol’ nano-factory. They’re having trouble getting all those tiny workers to synchronize and move quickly together. But leave it to the Germans to get things running smoothly! All it took was a careful application of that newfangled technology “electricity.” Tiny nano-scale machines formed from DNA could be the future of manufacturing things at small scale but great volume: drugs, tiny chip components and,...
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