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Bitcoin as art: This breath-taking visualization might distract you from the dip

Bitcoin as art: This breath-taking visualization might distract you from the dip

4 hours ago   |   The Next Web

Tell them the tears in your eyes are from witnessing the beauty of Bitcoin as art, not because the dip below 10K has you curled into a corner crying. Symphony of Blockchains is...
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How Apple Developer Enterprise license works

6 hours ago   |   Computerworld   |   2 articles

Apple's Developer Enterprise Program lets enterprises develop and distribute proprietary iOS apps across the company outside of the App Store, using a private portal or URL...
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Google Confirms China's Maps Platform Hasn't Been Changed

1 day ago   |   Android Headlines

Google has reportedly confirmed that China's Maps platform hasn't been changed following reports that Google Maps had finally come back to the region. According to Google...
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CES 2018: Apple's CarPlay wins friends and frenemies

1 day ago   |   Computerworld   |   2 articles

Apple may have scaled-back its ambition to build its own connected vehicles, but at CES 2018 we still saw lots of news around its CarPlay system. Here's a brief run-down on...
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What to Do If Your iPad Gets Disabled By Too Many Passcode Entries

1 day ago   |   TidBITS

A built-in security feature can turn your iOS device into a paperweight if someone enters an incorrect passcode too many times. Here's how to recover from that situation. Read...
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ExtraBITS for 15 January 2018

1 day ago   |   TidBITS   |   2 articles

In ExtraBITS this week, Apple is expanding iOS parental controls in response to investor pressure, and the first onscreen appearance of Mickey Mouse could soon be in the public...
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Google Maps has gingerly returned to China after an eight year absence

Google Maps has gingerly returned to China after an eight year absence

1 day ago   |   TechRadar   |   2 articles

When asked to bow down to China's strict censorship laws in 2010, tech giant Google made the decision to pull its most popular services entirely from the country rather than...
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Apple is getting very, very serious about enterprise IT

2 days ago   |   Computerworld

Late one Friday when no one was looking, Apple quietly updated the business support section of its website, Apple at Work. The move wasn't widely advertised, but it reflects...
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Air Lookout Is The Side Project That Changed My Design Process Forever

4 days ago   |   Smashing Magazine

In February of 2015, I began working on an iOS app called Air Lookout. The goal of the app was to simplify and remove any obfuscation of air quality information. After over a...
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10 iPhone X hints for business users

5 days ago   |   Computerworld   |   2 articles

You've learned all the new gestures , kicked Face ID around and you already use a VPN and alphanumeric passcode , you use your iPhone X to get things done , so how can you get...
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Project Fi's Bill Protection plan offers unlimited talk, text and data for...

Project Fi's Bill Protection plan offers unlimited talk, text and data for $80 a month and less

Google's Project Fi hybrid MVNO uses a combination of Wi-Fi hotspots and cellular networks to connect its customers to the internet. And now Project Fi has announced a whole... Read more ...

Google says fix is coming for Google Home and Chromecast network issues

Google says fix is coming for Google Home and Chromecast network issues

Google has published a new support page detailing the source of a recent issue causing Wi-Fi networks where a Google Home or Chromecast are connected to periodically drop their... Read more ...

Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter were grilled by lawmakers about terrorist...

Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter were grilled by lawmakers about terrorist content on social media

Representatives for Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter faced questions from lawmakers today about how terrorist content is detected and removed from the internet. “The companies... Read more ...

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Why AI has to develop a personality to succeed

Why AI has to develop a personality to succeed

What's so interesting about talking robots? From The Tin Man and C3P0 to HAL 9000, humans have long fantasized about bringing their lovable idiosyncrasies to metal and silicon... Read more ...

Native Instruments new Sounds.com is a music-makers wet dream

Native Instruments new Sounds.com is a music-makers wet dream

Native Instruments today unveiled Sounds.com, an online sample bank for music production. If you've ever been frustrated trying to find the perfect snare, or wished you could... Read more ...

Get these stylish wireless earbuds for just $ 39.99 today

Get these stylish wireless earbuds for just $ 39.99 today

Finding the sweet spot between awesome sound and a low price is the eternal quest of the audiophile. That's the sweet spot where the Cresuer Touchwave Bluetooth Earbuds live... Read more ...

Nintendo to reveal a ‘new interactive experience' for the Switch today

Nintendo to reveal a ‘new interactive experience' for the Switch today

As successful as the Nintendo Switch has been in the ten months since it launched, the console is still lacking in terms of features and functionality. It doesn't have a web... Read more ...

Soviet report detailing lunar rover Lunokhod-2 released for first time

Soviet report detailing lunar rover Lunokhod-2 released for first time

Russian space agency Roskosmos has released an unprecedented scientific report into the lunar rover Lunokhod-2 for the first time, revealing previously unknown details about... Read more ...

Kaspersky: Malware disguised as Android apps from carriers can steal your...

Kaspersky: Malware disguised as Android apps from carriers can steal your WhatsApp messages

Security firm Kaspersky has discovered a new piece of malware doing the rounds that's capable of spying on your Android phone like nothing else before it. The company says that... Read more ...