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Facebook Finally Blinks

Mark Zuckerberg’s radical decision to reinvent the News Feed is a plea for mercy.

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What Is 5G? — The Motley Fool

When the telecommunications industry rolls out 5G wireless technology, it will allow greater numbers of connected devices to transmit data at much faster speeds. Source: What Is 5G? -- The Motley Fool

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Don’t Buy a New Samsung Phone Until the Galaxy S9 Comes Out

If you made it through the holiday season without buying a new smartphone (or getting one as a gift) you may be itching for an upgrade. And if you’re an Apple fan, go crazy—we probably won’t see a new iPhone until late-2018 ...

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5 Hidden iOS Photo App Features You Never Knew of

With iOS 11, users have many more options when it comes to editing, sharing, storing, and moving their photos and videos.  But are you making the most out Source: 5 Hidden iOS Photo App Features You Never Knew of

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Some Gadgets We Might Actually Buy From CES 2018

Twelve Wirecutter reporters and editors spent three days working overtime at CES 2018 to find the stuff that might actually improve your life in 2018. Source: Some Gadgets We Might Actually Buy From CES 2018: Reviews by Wirecutter | A ...

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HTC’s Vive Pro makes your virtual world a whole lot clearer

We just got our first look at the HTC Vive Pro, a major upgrade to the HTC Vive headset that was just announced at CES 2018. The highlight: 78 percent more display resolution, which translates to way clearer images that make ...

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Samsung at CES 2018: Everything the tech giant announced

Samsung did things a little differently this year. Instead of focusing on product after product, it detailed its vision for what it calls the "Intelligence of Things."

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LG Display 65-inch rollable OLED TV

With the ability to roll up into a tiny tube, LG Display's concept TV can disappear when not in use.

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Apple apologizes for slowing down older iPhones with ageing batteries The Guardian

  US firm admits it introduced feature, that affects the iPhone 6, 6S, 7 and SE, without users’ consent to cope with ageing batteries Source: Apple apologises for slowing down older iPhones with ageing batteries | Technology | ...

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Remembering the Icons We Lost in 2017 | Inside Edition

2017 took many beloved icons of film, television, and music from us. Among them, TV’s Mary Tyler Moore passed away at 80 and the original Batman, Adam West, died in June at 88 following a battle with leukemia. Source: Remembering ...

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Amazon ditched the smartphone, but it’s owning the smart home

Remember the Amazon Fire Phone? It was a hot mess of an effort to enter the smartphone game, never to be repeated. But while Google is busy trying to unseat Apple and reclaim Android from Samsung and a cavalcade of Chinese ...

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How to explain bitcoin to your family over the Christmas turkey

Ahh, bitcoin. Has there ever been a technology that is more talked about but less understood? It seems no one can quite work out whether bitcoin is the currency of the future or just a pyramid scheme to help ...

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The best Amazon Skills and how to use them

Since Amazon introduced the Echo to the UK in 2016, it has drastically expanded the range of devices you can buy. There's also been a boom in the number of skills – Amazon's version of apps – that can be used ...

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How to explain AI to your family over the Christmas turkey

Depending on who you ask, artificial intelligence is either going to save humanity or kill us all. At the same time, AI seems to be in everything from home assistants to washing machines. But what is AI, and why is everyone ...

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It’s not all bad! 17 things that made the world a better place in 2017

From revolutionary gene therapies to species snatched back from the brink of extinction, we take a WIRED look back at some of the good news stories of 2017

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10 biggest hacks of 2017

We look back at the major hacks that rocked 2017. Source: 10 biggest hacks of 2017 - Dec. 18, 2017

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Bitcoin – New Financial System or Same Old Boys’ Club?

As the price of Bitcoin soared to record highs this week—$10,000, $15,000, then $17,000—the meteoric rise that turned early investors into paper billionaires fueled talk of how the cryptocurrency and its underlying technology, blockchain, could wholly remake the banking system. As MIT researchers argued in a Harvard Business Review article ...

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Google Explains How It Encrypts Data Passing Through Its Networks

Google says it uses its own Application Layer Transport Security protocol to protect data in transit to the Google Cloud and moving internally on its networks. Source: Google Explains How It Encrypts Data Passing Through Its Networks

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Three New Google Mobile Photo Apps Let Users Select, Format Images

Google says the new mobile photo apps are designed to make better use of the computer vision and photo-taking capabilities that are becoming available in modern smartphone cameras, Google Source: Three New Google Mobile Photo Apps Let Users Select, Format ...

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OK, “Computer”

The case for renaming—and dehumanizing—Alexa, Siri, Google, and Cortana.

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