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Search Engine Land
Competitive threats to Google, and what they mean for youdifferent internationally, where Google is dominant in nearly every country, ot
Competitive threats to Google, and what they mean for you
Search Engine Land / Posted yesterday
different internationally, where Google is dominant in nearly every country, other than China (Baidu), Russia (Yandex), Korea (Naver) and the Czech Republic (Seznam). Google is the big dog in traditional search, but it would be wrong to think... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Where The 2016 Candidates Stand On Cybersecurity And Civil Libertiesof personal attacks. Since then, the remaining candidates have laid out strong
Where The 2016 Candidates Stand On Cybersecurity And Civil Liberties
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 2 days ago
of personal attacks. Since then, the remaining candidates have laid out strong positions with Donald Trump condemning Apple for resisting the government's attempts to recruit its help at cracking open the iPhone used by one of the San... Read more
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Reuters
EU countries call for the removal of barriers to data flowsAn illustration picture shows a projection of binary code on a man holding a la
EU countries call for the removal of barriers to data flows
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
An illustration picture shows a projection of binary code on a man holding a laptop computer, in an office in Warsaw June 24, 2013. BRUSSELS Half of the European Union's member states on Monday called for the removal of barriers to the free flow of... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
A World in Need of EditingWorldwide Web, the spread of the compact disc, the arrival of the mobile phone,
A World in Need of Editing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 8 days ago
Worldwide Web, the spread of the compact disc, the arrival of the mobile phone, then the smartphone, the hand-held tablet computer, the arrival of social media and video-conferencing, video-streaming, music-streaming and music-sharing online, the... Read more
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USA Today
This year Google I/O is the Sundar Showthe tech giant is holding the I/O conference in its hometown. Google's conferen
This year Google I/O is the Sundar Show
USA Today / Posted 9 days ago
the tech giant is holding the I/O conference in its hometown. Google's conference, sandwiched between Facebook in April and Apple in June, is vying to put on the greatest show on earth for software developers. For weeks, workers have been... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupationit actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupation
Houston Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
it actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil against occupying forces from North Korea, but it’s a completely different timeline. Whereas the first game took place in a theoretical future, “Homefront: The... Read more
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Darien News-Review
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupationit actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupation
Darien News-Review / Posted 12 days ago
it actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil against occupying forces from North Korea, but it’s a completely different timeline. Whereas the first game took place in a theoretical future, “Homefront: The... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupationit actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupation
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 days ago
it actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil against occupying forces from North Korea, but it’s a completely different timeline. Whereas the first game took place in a theoretical future, “Homefront: The... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupationit actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupation
Stamford Advocate / Posted 12 days ago
it actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil against occupying forces from North Korea, but it’s a completely different timeline. Whereas the first game took place in a theoretical future, “Homefront: The... Read more
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Connecticut Post
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupationit actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil
‘Homefront: The Revolution’s’ Insane Alternate History of America After North Korean Occupation
Connecticut Post / Posted 12 days ago
it actually isn’t. Sure, it’s still about fighting a guerrilla war on U.S. soil against occupying forces from North Korea, but it’s a completely different timeline. Whereas the first game took place in a theoretical future, “Homefront: The... Read more
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International Business Times
Outdated car dashboards will soon look like smartphone displays, says Audi Virtual Cockpit maker countries." He added that car companies are "really struggling with creating a
Outdated car dashboards will soon look like smartphone displays, says Audi Virtual Cockpit maker
International Business Times / Posted 13 days ago
countries." He added that car companies are "really struggling with creating a branded and consistent user experience... Apple and Google coming into the car [with CarPlay and Android Auto respectively] is really a big thing. Another... Read more
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Daily Mail
A day in the life of an F-35 test pilot: Rebooting failing computers, fixing false warning lights, repairing broken we
A day in the life of an F-35 test pilot
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
: Rebooting failing computers, fixing false warning lights, repairing broken weapons systems... and even a bit of flying F-35 stealth fighter jets have been plagued with problems during testing Systems crash... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Panama Papers - Secrets of the Super Richworld, while his son is now campaigning against tax havens. (Gerard Ryle shows
The Panama Papers - Secrets of the Super Rich
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 19 days ago
world, while his son is now campaigning against tax havens. (Gerard Ryle shows Marian Wilkinson a specific profile on computer) GERARD RYLE: It would seem, eh, almost impossible that they didn't know who this guy was. They would had to have... Read more
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Daily Mail
Forget bendy screens, Google designs displays that can be RIPPEDbuilds on the idea of modular technology Its rather wordy description reads: '
Forget bendy screens, Google designs displays that can be RIPPED
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
builds on the idea of modular technology Its rather wordy description reads: 'Methods, systems, and apparatus, including computer programs encoded on computer storage media, for presenting content on tearable displays. RELATED... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Giant Apples, Samsung, Trump and Elephant PoachingI am an avid follower of tech news and have had my share of personal computers,
Giant Apples, Samsung, Trump and Elephant Poaching
AllAfrica.com / Posted 24 days ago
I am an avid follower of tech news and have had my share of personal computers, cameras, phones and anything which produces sound or pictures. I have had my share of fun with technology and also many disappointments. What would life be without its... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
In China, iPhone starting to lose its lusterto see what the next iPhone looks like, and he said he might even switch to a m
In China, iPhone starting to lose its luster
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
to see what the next iPhone looks like, and he said he might even switch to a model by a different maker. In China, where Apple has been a signifier of wealth and fashion, and where many Chinese update their smartphones each year, Yu is not an... Read more
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