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The internet may be secular, but religious Americans aren't worried, survey shows

5 days ago   |   By Phys.org

Despite the pervasive use of the Internet in everyday life, most Americans report they never use it to find religious or spiritual content, and most never use it to share religious views, according to the Baylor Religion Survey.
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The economics of the Internet of Things are increasingly compelling, with B2B reaping the lionandamp; 039;s share, according to new Verizon report

6 days ago   |   By Cellular news

NEW YORK - The Internet of Things is at the core of digital transformation in 2017, with 73 percent of executives either researching or currently deploying IoT. Manufacturing, transportation and utilities make up the largest percent of investments, while insurance and consumers represent the fastest areas of spending growth. With 8.4 billion connected "things" in use in 2017, up 31 percent from 2016, and network technology, cost reductions and regulatory pressures driving adoption, business leaders are not only paying attention, they're getting in the game according to a new report...
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The best thing about iOS 11 might be this augmented reality ruler

The best thing about iOS 11 might be this augmented reality ruler

After iOS 11 dropped today, the internet went to work dissecting its best features. And if we're being honest, there's a lot to like. But one of my favorite things about iOS 11... Read more ...

Kaspersky Internet Security for Mac Review

Kaspersky Internet Security for Mac Review

Kaspersky Internet Security for Mac offers very good malware protection with a rich assortment of useful extra features. Read more ...

Apple iOS 11 ushers in augmented reality to millions of iPhones

Apple iOS 11 ushers in augmented reality to millions of iPhones

AR developers, market analysts and Apple CEO Tim Cook believe ARKit will ultimately redefine the relationship between consumers and their smartphones. Read more ...

You can now earn a degree in ‘self-driving cars' courtesy of Lyft and Udacity

You can now earn a degree in ‘self-driving cars' courtesy of Lyft and Udacity

Starting today, online teaching startup Udacity is opening registration for a new “Intro to Self-Driving Cars” course to anyone in the world with an internet connection. The... Read more ...

Google's search app now makes suggestions of other things to read

Google's search app now makes suggestions of other things to read

Google's search app for iOS is today introducing a feature that will keep users browsing the web, instead of exiting back to their homescreen to use other mobile application... Read more ...

Twitter claims it's removed 95% of extremist content with no one noticing

Twitter claims it's removed 95% of extremist content with no one noticing

Twitter today released its biannual transparency report, one section of which detailed requests it receives from government officials around the world to remove content that... Read more ...

Twitter cracks down on accounts promoting terrorism

Twitter cracks down on accounts promoting terrorism

In its biannual transparency report, Twitter reveals how many accounts it suspended for promoting terrorism. Read more ...

Tim Cook: iOS 11 and ARKit launch ‘a day to remember,' iPhone X ‘a value price'

Tim Cook: iOS 11 and ARKit launch ‘a day to remember,' iPhone X ‘a value price'

Apple CEO Tim Cook defended iPhone X's $999 price as a "value price" and said he was "encouraged" by President Trump's talks with Democrats on DACA. Read more ...

Adobe Spark will now customize graphics, video, web pages in just three steps

Adobe Spark will now customize graphics, video, web pages in just three steps

Adobe Spark now allows premium plan subscribers to upload their own logo, and to customize colors and fonts. The new options are part of existing Creative Cloud subscriptions... Read more ...

You can now play 'bestie,' 'turnt,' and 'hangry' in Words With Friends

You can now play 'bestie,' 'turnt,' and 'hangry' in Words With Friends

One of America's most popular word-game apps just got a huge injection of new vocabulary. Words With Friends, the Scrabble-like game developed by Zynga, added more than 50,000... Read more ...