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Wednesday 17th of January 2018
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Thurrott
By: Paul Thurrott
Netflix is frustrating to use and is in dire need of a UX overhaul. And I know exactly how to fix it. To access this post, you must purchase Premium Membership, Thurrott Premium - Yearly Subscription, Thurrott Premium - Monthly Subscription or 2017 ...
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Thurrott
By: Mehedi Hassan
Next month, 8 new Xbox titles are joining Microsoft's $9.99 Xbox Game Pass subscription service. The post Halo Wars 2, NBA 2K17, More to Arrive on Xbox Game Pass Next Month appeared first on Thurrott.com.
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Tech Crunch
By: Darrell Etherington
 Self-driving technology provider Aptiv and ride-hailing company Lyft ran a pilot program of self-driving, on-demand ride hailing during CES in Las Vegas this year, offering transit between 20 different locations in the city including major...
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Tech Crunch
By: Jordan Crook
 Amazon Studios has today announced that it has greenlit The Tick Season 2. The series is yet another rendition of the animated version that ran in the 90s, as well as Fox’s live action version that starred Patrick Warburton. It follows...
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Arstechnica
By: Sean Gallagher
Enlarge / The early disclosure of Meltdown and Spectre by Google and the fumbled responses by hardware vendors left cloud companies scrambling to react. So they united to fight the dumpster fire of poor communication and bad patches. (credit: US Air ...
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Arstechnica
By: Valentina Palladino
(credit: Flickr: Rego Korosi ) After a tumultuous 2017, YouTube is making yet another change to its guidelines surrounding channel monetization and advertiser approval. In posts to its Advertiser and Creator blogs, YouTube details how it's...
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TWiT, aka This Week in Tech, is suing Twitter. The well-known tech netcast says Twitter has broken a number of written and oral agreements and is infringing on its trademark. The two companies started up around the same time in the mid-2000s, with...
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TheVerge
By: Tamara Warren
When I was a teenager, my dad thought it would be a great idea to bring my mom and I along as his guests to the annual Farm Bureau convention. That year it was held in Nashville, Tennessee. It’s hard to find a more authentic urban locale to...
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TheVerge
By: Thuy Ong
Bitcoin dropped below $10,000 today, and it’s now worth just over half of its peak value. The cryptocurrency opened at $11,348, according to CoinDesk, and dropped over $1,600 to hit a low of $9,685, though it’s since recovered slightly and is...
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Phandroid
By: Joe Fedewa
Starting right now, a channel must have 4,000 hours of watch time within the past 12 months and at least 1,000 subscribers.
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Tech Crunch
By: Fitz Tepper,Romain Dillet
 The crypto crash that began two days ago accelerated yesterday and today, with essentially all top 100 coins down anywhere between 15-30 percent. The total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies is hovering around $450 billion, down ~30 ...
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Cnet
By: Richard Trenholm
Chrissy Chambers was awarded compensation in the first civil case regarding intimate images posted online without permission.
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Cnet
By: Terry Collins
The Kevin Durant deal is the latest push to attract sports fans eager to watch action on and off the court.
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A brand new Fable game is in the works, or so says a number of sources close to the rumored project. According to Eurogamer, UK developer Playground has been given the job of creating a new, big-budget revisit to the fantasy world of Albion, and...
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TheVerge
By: Adi Robertson
It’s been over 25 years since the release of first-person dungeon-crawler Ultima Underworld: The Stygian Abyss, which laid the groundwork for open-ended “immersive sims” like System Shock, Dishonored, and Deus Ex, in addition to being beloved...
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TheVerge
By: Lauren Goode
My mother likes to tell me that I went to my first tech trade show in a stroller, and that she and my father were inspired to get a VCR that day. The VCR, for nearly two decades, was the prototypical gadget of tech trade shows. Not only did it make...
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TheVerge
By: Dani Deahl
Music software and hardware company Native Instruments announced today that it’s launching a new subscription platform in the US called Sounds.com. Meant for music creators, Sounds.com is a way to access, download, and build personal libraries of...
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TheVerge
By: James Vincent
Computers are built to process data, but there’s a particular form of information so rich and dense in meaning that it’s beyond the full comprehension of even the most advanced AI. It’s also one that you and I process intuitively and deal in...
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Tech Crunch
By: Ron Miller
 One of the primary advantages of cloud computing has always been the ability to scale up to meet short-term needs and scale back when that need has been met. In other words, you don’t have to pay for infrastructure that you don’t...
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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Buhr
 Want a way to workout and earn some coin? Sweatcoin has risen to the top of the App Store for helping folks get something more than just a glow for taking those daily steps. The startup says it has accumulated more than five million users in...
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Tech Crunch
By: Devin Coldewey
 If you’re part of a big company, chances are that there are resources that are only available via the internal network, or whatever your company calls it. The usual way to access these from outside company property is a VPN, but VPNs are ...
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Tech Crunch
By: Frederic Lardinois
 Google today announced the alpha launch of AutoML Vision, a new service that helps developers — including those with no machine learning (ML) expertise — build custom image recognition models. While Google plans to expand this...
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Google's often fractious relationship with China may be softening on the news that the search giant is opening a new office in the country. The company already has two facilities in China, located in Beijing and Shanghai, but will now rent...
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Mashable
By: Stan Schroeder
Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. If you own Bitcoin, Ethereum, or pretty much any other cryptocurrency, your...
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Tech Crunch
By: Congressman John K....
 One of the more unexpected sights within the United States Capitol lies just outside the Old Supreme Court Chamber. There you can find a plaque marking the first ever long-distance communication by electronic telegraph, which took place inside ...
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Cnet
By: Alfred Ng
Marijuana businesses need to find creative workarounds to get attention on Google or Facebook, since tech companies still treat them as illegal operations.
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Mirrorless cars, terrifying as they may sound, as coming. In 2015, the United Nations gave the go ahead for carmakers to replace mirrors with cameras and display systems, so the race is on to design tech that's fit for the job. Now, Mitsubishi...
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Mashable
By: Mashable Brand X
Paid Content byIBMPeople understandably have a lot of questions about how exactly artificial intelligence works. How could a machine understand nuance and context like a human brain can? Is creating Artificial Intelligence (AI) that sophisticated...
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Mashable
By: Mashable Brand X
Paid Content byIBMIf someone were to say to you that you’ve spent all day interacting with artificial intelligence, you’d probably stop and try to recount any instances of accidentally running into a robotDespite what’s constantly...
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Inc
By: Michelle Cheng

This NYC-based startup creates AI-formulated, personalized hair care products--with a little help from humans in salons.

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Tech Crunch
By: Sarah Buhr
 One of the most prominent seed investors in Utah, Kickstart Seed Fund, has closed on its fourth fund at $74 million — nearly doubling from the last funding of $39 million and toppling Peak Ventures as the fund with the mostest raised in...
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Tech Crunch
By: Ron Miller
 Anomali, a threat detection and mitigation company, announced a hefty $40 million Series D investment today led by Lumia Capital. The company was previously known as ThreatStream. New investors Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners (DTCP), Telstra ...
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Cnet
By: Scott Stein
Trying to navigate a room while wearing a VR headset? A company named Occipital has a self-contained solution to that problem.
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Brits can now ask their iThings to give them a brief update on what's happening in the world with the command: "Hey Siri, give me the news." Siri doesn't actually read the news, though, and instead will automatically play the...
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TheVerge
By: Tom Warren
Nintendo announced a number of new titles for the Switch last week, and now it’s ready to launch something entirely new. A teaser has appeared on Nintendo’s UK site hinting at a “new interactive experience for Nintendo Switch that’s...
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TheVerge
By: James Vincent
It’s amazing what a powerful driver human curiosity can be. Just look at Google’s noble-minded but pretty unexciting Google Arts & Culture app — overlooked by most until it launched a feature last week that let users match their selfies to ...
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Tech Crunch
By: Ingrid Lunden
 Content, as they say, is king — but these days, that may be true only for as long as you can figure out a good business model to deliver it. And today, a startup based out of Toronto, Canada is re-upping its coffers to fill out its...
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TheVerge
By: Thuy Ong
During the Opening Ceremony of the Olympics, we’re used to seeing athletes proudly parade with their phones out, recording videos and taking selfies while the entire world watches. Now Samsung wants to be part of that priceless exposure. The...
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Samsung has unveiled a sweet-looking Galaxy Note 8 you might never get your hands on. The Korean conglomerate has designed a limited edition version of its extra large phone exclusively for 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics participants. It's...

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Cnet
By: Daniel Van Boom

The company only made around 4,000. Sadly, it looks like you have to be a world-class athlete to get one.

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Tech Crunch
By: Natasha Lomas
 Swedish startup Natural Cycles, which offers an app-based product which it bills as a ‘digital contraceptive’, has been reported to Sweden’s Medical Products Agency (MPA) by a local hospital after it recorded 37 unwanted...
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Tech Crunch
By: Jon Russell
 China’s Didi Chuxing unveiled its bike-sharing platform today and, as expected, it looks like a very aggressive move to protect its position. When Didi first announced its plans to offer rides from Ofo and Bluegogo inside its app, I...
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Welcome to the middle, and we've got more car news from the North American International Auto Show, which kicked off almost immediately after last week's CES. There is no rest. Also: a space junk laser.
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Fortune
By: Alan Murray, Claire...

Must-read business news, delivered every morning.

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Fortune
By: Sy Mukherjee

Major business threats range from the digital to the natural.

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Small Business Trends
By: Michael Guta

According to the BizBuySell 2017 Insight report, a record number of small businesses were sold last year. Will the trend continue in 2018?

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Microsoft first launched the Surface Book 2 in November, but so far, both the 13- and 15-inch variants have only been available in the US. That's about to change, however, as the 15-inch model is now on pre-order in Australia, Canada, France,...
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Thurrott
By: Mehedi Hassan

Microsoft's powerful 15-inch Surface Book 2 is coming to 17 new countries today, including the UK, Australia, and Canada. The post Microsoft Brings Surface Book 2 15″ to New Markets appeared first on Thurrott.com.

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TheVerge
By: Tom Warren

Microsoft first launched its new 13- and 15-inch Surface Book 2 laptops back in November, but the larger model has only been available in the US so far. Starting today, the 15-inch Surface Book 2 will be available in 17 new countries, including...

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TheVerge
By: Thuy Ong
A meteor entering the Earth’s atmosphere exploded in Michigan’s sky overnight in a spectacle that briefly illuminated the city of Detroit. The US Geological Survey confirmed the meteor had entered the atmosphere about 5 miles from New Haven,...
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Residents near Michigan shared video of the dazzling display on social media.

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Fast Company
By: Michael Grothaus

It sounds like something out of a Roland Emmerich disaster movie, but it really happened. At around 8:10 pm local time last night a meteor streaked across the skies of Michigan and exploded in the atmosphere, reports ABC. That explosion, 5 miles...

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Tech Crunch
By: Jon Russell
 Grab, Uber’s main rival in Southeast Asia, is continuing to develop its mobile payment strategy after it announced the acquisition of India-based startup iKaaz. The deal — which is undisclosed — will see iKaaz’s...
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Lyft has finally opened up Concierge to businesses and organizations of all sizes. The program allows members to hail rides for other people, giving companies a way to offer that extra touch of service to customers, especially those who can't...
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London's new electric taxis have been delayed. The "TX" cabs developed by LEVC were supposed to arrive in the capital late last year. But there's a problem with the system that tracks time and distance — recorded as...
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Cnet
By: Daniel Van Boom
Customers reported suspicious activity on their credit cards after making purchases on OnePlus' website.
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Phandroid
By: Chris Chavez

OnePlus has halted credit card payments on its online store after reports of possible fraudulent charges showing up after buying a device from the company.

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TheVerge
By: Chaim Gartenberg
The Nomad Wireless Hub is another new take on wireless charging pads, combining a regular Qi charger on top with a four-port USB charging hub hidden on the bottom for an all-in-one desktop charging solution that can charge up to five gadgets at...
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Tech Crunch
By: Jon Russell
 How do you compete with the world’s largest chat app in its strongest market? Hike, the Indian messaging app valued at more than $1 billion, is taking a unique approach to battling WhatsApp which involves dismantling its service,...

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