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Monday 26th of June 2017
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Inc
By: John Lincoln
On June 20, 2017, I released "SEO: The Movie" online. It's a documentary about the rise of SEO over the years.
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Autoblog
By: Greg Rasa
Filed under: Etc.,Videos,Chevrolet,Volkswagen,Green Driving,Technology,Hatchback,Electric,Technology of the Year It's no contest.Continue reading Chevy Bolt drag races VW Golf GTI - and there's a clear winner Chevy Bolt drag ...
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Entrepreneur
By: Business & Burgers
SEO expert Rand Fishkin offers an honest account of how he went from a struggling start-up with $500,000 in personal debt to an online-marketing heavyweight..
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 Sub-tweets, follow-backs, and emoji battles: a quick rundown of how Twitter and Instagram have fueled this year's NBA free agency.
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What does five-star quarterback recruit Matt Corral's decommitment from USC mean for the Trojans and the 2018 college football recruiting landscape?
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Phandroid
By: Joe Fedewa
If you don't live in Canada, you may be surprised to learn that Google Home has not been available for our northern neighbors. Starting today, Google Home is finally available in Canada.
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Tech Crunch
By: Romain Dillet
 Are you excited about trying out the new features coming up with iOS 11. If that’s the case, Apple just released the first public beta of iOS 11. It is now available to download for everyone. You don’t need to pay $99 for a...
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The New York Times
By: JON CARAMANICA
KCON, an annual event in its third year in New Jersey, tries to make the global phenomenon of the South Korean pop music scene feel like an intimate subculture.
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The New York Times
By: CHRISTOPHER MELE
The police said a tip led them on Sunday to a home in Springdale, Ark., where they peacefully took the 60-year-old man into custody.
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The New York Times
By: CHARLES McDERMID
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
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The New York Times
By: MARGOT SANGER-KATZ
A new version of the Republican health care bill would impose a longer waiting period for those who let insurance lapse.
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Cnet
By: Xiomara Blanco
The millennial version of the filmmaker's groundbreaking debut will arrive on November 23.
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Cnet
By: Rochelle Garner
The iPhone maker has been leasing sport utility vehicles from Hertz as it tests autonomous tech on public roads, Bloomberg reports.
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Cnet
By: Scott Stein
iOS 11 delivers more software changes to the iPad than anything in the past two years. Here's what you can expect when it hits later this year.
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Cnet
By: Scott Stein
The newest version of iOS is full of little surprises. Here are the best parts.
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Cnet
By: Leslie Katz
After reading a few poems created from the president's tweets, it's probably safe to say the next Walt Whitman isn't inhabiting the White House.
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Cnet
By: Scott Stein
Apple's next iPhone and iPad OS is here in public beta form, should you choose to experiment.
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Arstechnica
By: Megan Geuss
Enlarge / Cranes stand at the construction site for Southern Co.’s Kemper County power plant near Meridian, Mississippi, U.S., on Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014. Photographer: Gary Tramontina/Bloomberg via Getty Images (credit: Getty Images) A coal...
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Arstechnica
By: John Timmer
Enlarge / A young Charles Darwin, before evolution had caused any public controversy. (credit: National Library of Medicine) In the US, opponents of evolution have tried to undercut instruction on the topic by suggesting schools should "teach the...
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As always, Apple spent a considerable chunk of WWDC earlier this month hyping up iOS 11 and all of the new features it brings. Now it's your turn to take them for a spin. The first public release of the iOS 11 beta goes live today for people...
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Google Talk, also known as Gchat, has officially been put out to pasture and replaced with Hangouts. The tech giant has been threatening to do so since March, so you've only yourself to blame for holding on to an internet messaging services...
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Mashable
By: Lance Ulanoff
Apple’s iPad isn’t getting the same kind of love from consumers it enjoyed in its early days. Perhaps that’s a why Apple is now lavishing it with so much attention.  iOS 11, which enters public beta today, is a love letter to...
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Mashable
By: Karissa Bell
iOS 11 is coming. This fall, iPhones and iPads will get the latest version of Apple's mobile software, first unveiled earlier in June. Developers have had access to a beta preview of iOS 11 since then, but on Monday it becomes available as a public...
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Mashable
By: Keith Hopkin
Created by designer James Patten, the "Lift" light uses the shape memory properties of nitinol to move and interact without motors. The fixture is temporarily on display at The Shop at A/D/O in Brooklyn, NY.  Read more...More about Tech, Art,...
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TheVerge
By: Dieter Bohn
As simple as possible, but no simpler Continue reading…
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TheVerge
By: Dani Deahl
If you don’t already have two-factor authentication turned on for your Amazon account, now is as good a time as any. At a recent summit held by the SANS Institute, a private information security and cybersecurity company, it was noted that because ...
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TheVerge
By: Tom Warren
Apple’s iOS 11 public beta begins today, and it brings with it a huge number of improvements and changes. While there are UI tweaks, feature additions, drag and drop, and lots of improvements for the iPad, a change to the way screenshots work...
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TheVerge
By: Loren Grush
Today, private spaceflight venture Blue Origin announced its plans to manufacture the company’s new rocket engine, the BE-4, at a state-of-the-art facility in Huntsville, Alabama. It’s an interesting move for the company, which has been mostly...
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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt
For those looking to test out the upcoming iOS 11 update, you’ll now be able to download the public beta version of the software from Apple’s website. Announced earlier this month during WWDC, iOS 11 comes with your standard tweaks and...
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Billboard
By: Alexandra Holterman
Beyoncé and JAY-Z reportedly took their newborn twins home from the hospital late last week, according to TMZ. The newborns’ first home? A...
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Fortune
By: Tom Huddleston, Jr.
Avis will manage Alphabet-owned Waymo's self-driving car fleet.
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Fortune
By: Barb Darrow
Dual threat of Trump and automation put Indian outsourcers in a tough spot.
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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger
And a cheap price at $80.
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Nintendo's sales strategy for the NES Classic Edition was frustrating, to put it mildly. It shipped so few systems that they sold out almost immediately, and killed the product despite loads of pent-up demand. Will it learn from its mistakes...

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

The $80 device goes on sale starting September 29th Continue reading…

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TheVerge
By: Chris Plante

Didn’t grab the NES Classic last year? Your chances of getting an SNES Classic are going to be better. But don’t sleep on the console: the mini SNES may have the same fate as its predecessor. In a comment to The Verge (and first reported by...

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Nintendo’s SNES Classic announcement this morning means 21 stellar retro games are coming back in a mini-console bundle this September. The list includes some obvious favorites, like The Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past, Super Metroid, and...

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Webster

When Nintendo released the NES Classic last year, it came bundled with a surprisingly robust collection of 30 games. They ran the gamut from classics like the original Super Mario Bros. trilogy to more obscure titles like StarTropics, striking a...

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TheVerge
By: Andrew Webster

The upcoming SNES Classic from Nintendo fixes at least one problem from its 8-bit predecessor. Just like the NES Classic, the new mini console will feature a replica controller that’s nearly identical to the original. But where the NES Classic...

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TheVerge
By: Nick Statt

Nintendo’s SNES Classic, which comes with a more vibrant console and controller color scheme in Europe, is now up for preorder on Amazon’s UK storefront. The page, which says the product is sold by Amazon EU S.a.r.L. (the company’s official...

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Cnet
By: Donovan Farnham

It took more than 20 years, but Nintendo is finally releasing the second Star Fox game on the SNES Classic.

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Cnet
By: Joan E. Solsman

After NES Classic Edition came and went, a mini version of the Super Nintendo Entertainment System will roll out Sept. 29 for $79.99 with 21 games.

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Fortune
By: Geoffrey Smith
And it rips up the EU's post-financial-crisis rulebook.
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Fortune
By: Clifton Leaf, Sy...
Twenty years ago, the British author gave us a true star. (Not the one you’re thinking of.)
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Fortune
By: Valentina Zarya
Leave it to kids to make military aircraft sound adorable
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Fortune
By: Don Reisinger
The lights are on in Steve Jobs Theater.
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Fortune
By: Grace Donnelly
But it won't be enough for minimum-wage workers in LA to cover their cost of living.
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Fortune
By: Reuters
The Volkswagen emission scandal is driving politicians to pressure auto industry.
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Fortune
By: Clifton Leaf
Twenty years ago, the British author gave us a true star. (Not the one you’re thinking of.)
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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian
Students could retrace history in a brand new way.
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Fortune
By: Reuters
Anderson assumes the title of president and co-CEO on July 12.
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Fortune
By: Sy Mukherjee
The outbreak, linked to dirty manufacturing conditions, killed dozens.
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Fortune
By: Krishna Thakker
Men are more bullish, according to a new poll.
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Fortune
By: Tom Huddleston, Jr.
They're using machine learning and other technology to make their services "hostile to terrorists"
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France and the UK aren't the only ones fighting internet hate speech. Four titans of technology: Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube, announced Monday that they are teaming up to fight extremism online and have created the Global Internet...

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Mashable
By: Adario Strange

In a move that was foreshadowed last week in a public message from YouTube, several internet giants, including Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and YouTube, have announced the formation of the Global Internet Forum to Counter Terrorism. SEE ALSO:...

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Fortune
By: Kristen Hom
Nine decades of thrills and spills.
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Fortune
By: Jonathan Vanian
Apple reportedly leasing six Hertz vehicles to test its self-driving tech.
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Fortune
By: Shadan Deleveaux
You need to consider these four things.