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Apple just launched a new attack on Android

  Apple is back in the business of trying to convince consumers to switch to its products from a rival platform. Only this time it's targeting users of Android, not Windows.

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Alexa, don’t talk to strangers!

The Amazon Echo, a smart helper running Alexa (I know I’m going to make some of my friends at Amazon angry by writing it, but Alexa is Amazon’s Siri), is a very cool device that can ...

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Why Android is likely safe from a WannaCry-like attack

Android users are no strangers to outdated systems -- a key component to how WannaCry spread so quickly. But Google's software has different safeguards.

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Is Microsoft to blame for the largest ransomware attacks in internet history?

When software outruns hardware...

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Audi and Volvo will use Android as the operating system in upcoming cars

Deeper integration and the full Google Assistant

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How to Install Cortana in All Types HP Android

For users of Windows 10 operating system, would have been familiar with a feature called Cortana. Cortana is a feature to answer any questions asked by users. If the question is understandable Cortana, Cortana will immediately say. If Cortana do not ...

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HP is also building its own Cortana speaker

Harman Kardon isn't the only device maker creating its own Cortana-powered speaker. Microsoft is revealing today that HP is partnering with the software maker to create its own hardware that will run Cortana. Microsoft is also working with Intel to provide ...

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Google Chrome might never come to Windows 10 S

Google would need to rework its popular browser to meet Microsoft’s app policies

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Anti-net neutrality spammers are impersonating real people to flood FCC comments

This week, thousands posted comments on the FCC’s website in response to a proposed rollback of net neutrality internet protections, weighing in on whether and how to defend the open internet. John Oliver encouraged viewers to post to a public comment ...

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7 Worthwhile Uses For Your Old Phone or Tablet

When it's time to upgrade to a new phone or tablet, the question comes up: What do you do with the old one? You've got a few options to pick from. You could pass it on to a friend or family member, ...

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First Impressions of Amazon’s Echo Show

Amazon Inc.'s voice-activated Echo speakers already tell you things. Now, they can show you stuff, too. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman gives his first impressions of the Echo Show, which features a seven-inch touch screen that can pull up calendar appointments. He speaks on "Bloomberg ...

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Security Check – The Hidden Data On A Boarding Pass

What do you do with your boarding pass after your flight lands?

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3 Ways Happy People Vent Differently

Complaining isn't usually the most productive way to handle a bad situation and, in fact, can actually make matters worse.

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Search operators you can use with Gmail – Gmail Help

Source: Search operators you can use with Gmail - Gmail Help

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What is an IPS Monitor? A Practical Guide to Understanding Display Technology | SLR Lounge

This article is designed to help creative professionals gain a practical understanding of different display technologies and their benefits/drawbacks. Source: What is an IPS Monitor? A Practical Guide to Understanding Display Technology | SLR Lounge

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The Best USB 3.0 Hubs | The Wirecutter

After 120 hours of research, testing, and consulting with electrical engineers, we found the Anker 10-Port USB 3.0 Hub to be the best for most people. Source: The Best USB 3.0 Hubs | The Wirecutter

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Nothing will change until you start building. – freeCodeCamp

This past week, I was in a Lyft. My driver was telling me about all of her ideas for side projects. Source: Nothing will change until you start building. – freeCodeCamp

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How Does In-Flight Wi-Fi Really Work?

An avionics specialist shares the hardware and installation process required for Wi-Fi at 30,000 feet, and looks at the limits and future of in-flight service. Source: How Does In-Flight Wi-Fi Really Work?

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Detroit is kicking Silicon Valley’s as in the race to build self-driving cars

Turns out the companies that actually build cars have the upper hand.

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FDA Opens Genetic Floodgates with 23andMe Decision

Today, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration told gene-testing company 23andMe that it will be allowed to directly tell consumers whether their DNA puts them at higher risk for 10 different diseases, including late-onset Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s.

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