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The Atlantic
Is Gawker Still the Future of Media?to gather facts about important issues. We didn’t know that we could become pro
Is Gawker Still the Future of Media?
The Atlantic / Posted 5 days ago
to gather facts about important issues. We didn’t know that we could become profit centers. No one had bitten into that apple yet. The column was called “The Case Against News We Can Choose,” and it said that the shift toward a more... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
Boffins develop smartwatch UI that could turn wearables into gaming controllersIt enables wearers to access functions on their watch using a wider range of ac
Boffins develop smartwatch UI that could turn wearables into gaming controllers
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 11 days ago
It enables wearers to access functions on their watch using a wider range of actions than on conventional smartwatches from Apple or Samsung. For example, by twisting the watch face, applying pressure to the screen, or by panning the watch to the... Read more
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Zero Hedge
S&P To Open At New Record High As Commodities Rise, China Trade Disappointsits latest round of quantitative easing. Thailand’s shares gained after voters
S&P To Open At New Record High As Commodities Rise, China Trade Disappoints
Zero Hedge / Posted 15 days ago
its latest round of quantitative easing. Thailand’s shares gained after voters backed a new constitution, while South Korean assets were buoyed by a debt-rating upgrade. Crude traded above $42 a barrel, the highest in two weeks, and aluminum... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Linux Botnets on a Rampagedue to growing interest in targeting Chinese servers, according to a Kaspersky
Linux Botnets on a Rampage
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 18 days ago
due to growing interest in targeting Chinese servers, according to a Kaspersky Lab report released this week. South Korea kept its top ranking for having the most command-and-control servers. Brazil, Italy and Israel ranked among the leaders... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
Linux Botnets on a Rampagedue to growing interest in targeting Chinese servers, according to a Kaspersky
Linux Botnets on a Rampage
LinuxInsider.com / Posted 18 days ago
due to growing interest in targeting Chinese servers, according to a Kaspersky Lab report released this week. South Korea kept its top ranking for having the most command-and-control servers. Brazil, Italy and Israel ranked among the leaders... Read more
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Daily Mail
Olympics offers showcase for tech such as VR, payments ringuncover a mysterious face in Edgar... Share this article It's the technology
Olympics offers showcase for tech such as VR, payments ring
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
uncover a mysterious face in Edgar... Share this article It's the technology that powers mobile-payment services such as Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay, though only Samsung's has launched in Brazil. Visa is giving payments rings to 59... Read more
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Lifehacker
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's Cybersecurity Platforms, Comparedby nation states that we know are very technically sophisticated — namely Russi
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's Cybersecurity Platforms, Compared
Lifehacker / Posted 19 days ago
by nation states that we know are very technically sophisticated — namely Russia, China, next level Iran, next level North Korea — are going to just accelerate...We have to be operating on both of these levels, making it very clear to Russia, to... Read more
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The China Post
Taiwan smartphone sales fall in June on economic slowdownthis year, indicating that the local smartphone market remains slow, the source
Taiwan smartphone sales fall in June on economic slowdown
The China Post / Posted 30 days ago
this year, indicating that the local smartphone market remains slow, the sources said. In terms of sales value, U.S.-based Apple Inc. ranked as the largest supplier in Taiwan last month, taking a 41.2 percent market share on the back of the... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Everything under the SonAS A student, the 58-year-old founder of SoftBank, a Japanese telecoms firm, re
Everything under the Son
Namibia Economist / Posted a month ago
AS A student, the 58-year-old founder of SoftBank, a Japanese telecoms firm, resolved to dream up one computer-related business idea a day. When Masayoshi Son saw, at that time, a picture of a new Intel chip in a science magazine, he cut it out and... Read more
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Daily Mail
Odyssey’ may be Samsung’s secret VR headsetMove over Oculus: Samsung may be working on secret 'Odyssey' virtual reality he
Odyssey’ may be Samsung’s secret VR headset
Daily Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Move over Oculus: Samsung may be working on secret 'Odyssey' virtual reality headset Trademark filings in Korea show Samsung plans 'Odyssey' VR device Headset might be a standalone device, no PC or games console needed Release could blow up VR... Read more
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