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1
Mark Zuckerberg drops Hawaiian land lawsuits after outcry

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is trying to make peace with his new Hawaiian neighbors. After purchasing a $100 million, 700-acre plot of land on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg filed lawsuits in an effort to officially buy land that’s technically owned by descendants of Kuleana tenant farmers. Now, that process — called “quiet title and partition” — is being ended. In a letter printed in Kauai’s The Garden Island , Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan explained their decision.

2
Tesla sues ex-Autopilot chief for stealing company secrets

Citing Cruise Automation, an autonomous car company GM recently bought for $1 billion, and Uber's $680 million acquisition of self-driving startup Otto, Tesla believes that Aurora "decided to take a run at a similar fortune." It adds that "Tesla does not file this action lightly," saying it doesn't bind employees to long-term contracts and is supportive of their personal ambitions. It adds, however, that it "cannot sit idly by" when an employee violates his non-solicit agreement, steals proprietary information and then tries to hide the evidence.

3
Apple patents a vaporizer

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4
After months of silence, Sheryl Sandberg took a stand against Donald Trump

Sandberg attended a meeting with other powerful tech execs at Trump Tower in December. The meeting was the first major summit between tech leaders and Trump, who has had a shaky relationship with the industry and who publicly criticized companies like Apple and Amazon while running for office.

5
FBI releases redacted report of its GamerGate investigation

There's no shortage of galling information to sift through, including, as The Verge points out, a report detailing an interview between the Bureau and one of the harassers who was let off with little more than a slap on the wrist. The suspect admitted to calling and threatening a target 40 to 50 times a day by phone. After telling the agent they would stop the harassment, it seems like nothing further was done.

6
The Trump Administration's Cyber Hubris

PCMag.com's lead mobile analyst, Sascha Segan, has reviewed hundreds of smartphones, tablets and other gadgets in more than 9 years with PCMag. He's the head of our Fastest Mobile Networks project, one of the hosts of the daily PCMag Live Web show and speaks frequently in mass media on cell-phone-related issues. His commentary has appeared on ABC, the BBC, the CBC, CNBC, CNN, Fox News, and in newspapers from San Antonio, Texas to Edmonton, Alberta. Segan is also a multiple award-winning travel writer, having contributed... More »

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USB-C Power Meter Helps You Spot Counterfeit Accessories Before They Fry Your Gadgets

The promise of USB-C is great: One cable to connect all of your devices, laptops, tablets, smartphone. Unfortunately it comes with the big caveat that you might end up damaging your gear if you cheap out on a USB-C cable. But Satechi’s new Type-C Power Meter makes it easy to tell if your USB-C gadgets are at risk of getting fried, or under-powered, by a sketchy accessory.

8
Al Gore swoops in to save CDC’s climate and health conference

It will be held in the same place and at the same time as the CDC’s conference—February 16, 2017 at The Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia. However, it will be consolidated into one day instead of three. Still, organizers stressed that "the event will preserve the focus of the CDC conference and will be a substantive working session for participants, providing a crucial platform for members of public health professions, the climate community and officials tasked with responding to local health problems, to come together around solutions."

9
https://yro.slashdot.org/story/17/01/27/2037250/tesla-ceo-elon-musk-joins-president-trumps-new-manufacturing-council?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter

Tesla CEO Elon Musk was already on President Trump's Strategic and Policy Forum , but the White House announced today that he will also be joining the administration's new manufacturing council , a private sector group that advises the U.S. secretary of commerce. He headed a meeting on Monday at the White House . Musk was present along with several other industry leaders who are now also formally joining the manufacturing council. CNBC reports : "The group of business leaders includes Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk and chief executives of large American companies like Ford, Dow Chemical, General Electric, Boeing and Lockheed Martin. Richard Trumka, president of the labor federation AFL-CIO, will also give advice." As we recently reported, while Musk's mission to accelerate the advent of renewable energy might seem at odd with Trump's plan to unlock fossil fuel reserve, but Musk is betting that job creation is more important to the new President than simply satisfying the oil industry. If Trump wants to be the champion of job creation and Tesla shows that renewables create a lot of jobs, then their interests are aligned.

10
How to Put the Google Pixel's Best Features on Your Phone

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL have set the bar high for the Android, but you don’t necessarily have to shill out hundreds of dollars to get a Pixel-esque feel on your handset. Quite a few of the Pixel’s features can be added to any Android phone, and here’s how it’s done.

11
Apple joins Amazon, Google and Facebook in AI research group

In today's announcement, the Partnership on AI explained that Apple has already been working with the group before it was made official last fall, but now the company is a full member alongside those other tech titans. Part of today's news was also that the group selected its board of trustees that will oversee the initiative. In addition to each member company having a seat on the board, the Partnership on AI also included six independent members from other artificial intelligence organizations, universities and the ACLU. The board is scheduled to meet for the first in early February and we expect to bear more details shortly after.

12
DailyMotion suffers the wrath of Russia with permanent ban nationwide

The Moscow City Court has ordered that DailyMotion be permanently blocked in Russia after the popular video-hosting platform reportedly failed to adequately handle repeated allegations of copyright infringement.

13
How an international treaty signed 50 years ago became the backbone for space law

The Outer Space Treaty may be an agreement between nations, but its provisions also cover what private companies do in space. A line in the treaty says that nations must be held responsible for their actions in space, including those from non-governmental activities. That means that countries have to oversee whatever the private sector does in space and can be held liable for the actions of commercial companies if they don’t adhere to the articles of the treaty. “The Soviets had wanted to ban non-governmental activity in space, and the US insisted, ‘No, we’re a market economy,’” Matt Schaefer, the co-director of the space, cyber, and telecom law program at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, tells The Verge . “So the treaty allows for commercial activity in space, but part of that tradeoff was the government took an obligation to supervise commercial actors in space.”

14
Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted eating dinner with Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump

Apple CEO Tim Cook was spotted on Thursday having a Washington, DC-style power dinner with Ivanka Trump and her husband, Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to President Donald Trump.

15
Apple moving international iTunes arm to Ireland next month

What's particularly interesting about the commitment is the European Union's kerfuffle with Apple over its favorable tax arrangements in Ireland clearly hasn't put the company off expanding its operations in the country -- Luxembourg is something of a tax haven itself, of course. At the end of August last year, the EU Commission concluded Apple must pay €13 billion (just shy of $14 billion by current exchange rates) plus interest in what are effectively back taxes, arguing that a seriously low tax deal agreed with the Irish government amounted to an illegal competitive advantage (aka "state aid").

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Ford SmartLink gives older cars remote start, other connected features - Roadshow

This summer, owners of Ford and Lincoln cars of model year 2010 and later can add SmartLink, a device that enables remote services, car location and the ability to monitor teen drivers.

17
The best virtual reality from the 2017 Sundance Film Festival

Whatever problems virtual reality had in 2016, the industry also laid important groundwork, and it’s starting to pay off — particularly at the experimental New Frontier showcase of this week’s Sundance Film Festival. Last year, VR took over a New Frontier that felt somewhat ill-prepared for it, leading to crowded rooms of people awkwardly crowding onto couches with mobile headsets. This year, New Frontier feels like a distinct part of the festival, and the pieces themselves are more mature. While there’s still plenty of experimental work that will interest enthusiasts more than newcomers, the winners in each category below are thematically innovative, technically impressive, and artistically compelling.

18
The Universe is expanding faster than we thought

“The expansion rate of the Universe is now starting to be measured in different ways with such high precision that actual discrepancies may possibly point towards new physics beyond our current knowledge of the Universe,” said Sherry Suyu, who led the H0LICOW team. 

19
Mobile orders at Starbucks are creating grande headaches for baristas

A growing flood of mobile coffee orders is causing bottlenecks and scaring customers away from some busy Starbucks locations. Mobile payments have been championed as a way to boost business and efficiency while keeping labor costs down, but baristas are having trouble keeping up with the pace.  In a conference call yesterday, Starbucks chief Howard Schultz said the company is "hyper-focused" on fixing the problem. The Seattle coffee giant posted disappointing earnings yesterday and lowered its revenue forecast for the year. Read more from Reuters here .

20
Seagate plans to release a 16TB hard drive next year

While we’ve seen similar and even dramatically bigger SSDs ( Seagate has a 60TB solid state drive ), the 16TB hard drive would be the single largest magnetic disk drive ever if it actually makes it to market. Seagate is noting that the 16TB behemoth would still be a regular 3.5-inch drive, meaning you’ll likely be able to use it in a regular desktop. And while it’s still a bit early to have any idea of price, the 10TB model from last year ran for $534.99, so expect something at least in that range.

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Apple officially named as founding member of Partnership for AI, Siri founder named to board

As expected, Apple has been formally inducted into the Partnership on AI as a founding member, naming Siri-founder and Apple exec Tom Gruber to the board of trustees for the group. Announcing the addition of Apple, the organization noted that the company has been "involved and collaborating" with the partnership before it was ever announced. Apple joins Amazon, Facebook, Google/DeepMind, IBM, and Microsoft as corporate members of the group. The first meeting of the newly formed Board of Trustees is taking place on Feb. 3 in San Francisco. The board will name an executive steering committee, and an executive director at some point. Officially titled the "Partnership on Artificial Intelligence to Benefit People and Society," the group's stated goals are to pool resources and develop interoperability for the future of AI technology. At this time, the group has declared that it does not intend to become a governmental lobbyist group. To meet its goals, the organization anticipates it will "host discussions, commission studies, write and distribute reports on critical topics, and seek to develop and share best practices and standards for industry.

22
Peter Thiel Won't Say If He's Bankrolling Lawsuit Against Techdirt

Ayyadurai recently received a $750,000 settlement from Gawker Media’s bankrupt estate, resolving his defamation claims over a series of articles that, according to his lawsuit, “falsely traced the origin of email and called Ayyadurai a liar.” He had multiple Gizmodo articles concerning his disputed claim taken down ahead of the sale of Gizmodo to Univision. Gawker also agreed to remove an article from its archive as part of the settlement. Two internet pioneers had expressed dismay about the settlement. Computer programmer Ray Tomlinson is credited by many experts and historians with developing the technology that we understand today is email in 1971.

23
Microsoft's market value tops $500 billion again after 17 years

Microsoft Corp's ( MSFT.O ) market capitalization topped $500 billion for the first time since 2000 on Friday, after the technology giant's stock rose following another quarter of results that beat Wall Street's expectations.

24
Four Ways to Make a Too-Small T-Shirt Bigger

If you have a favorite t-shirt that’s a little too small to wear comfortably, or just doesn’t fit quite right anymore, you don’t have to toss it or donate it. Here are four simple methods to loosen it up or size it up so you can wear it again.

25
Trump might still be using his five-year-old Android phone and that’s a bigly problem

So, please. If anyone from Donald Trump’s team is reading this, can you please get him a new phone? His birthday is in June, but maybe it could be an early present. I know he likes his Galaxy S3, but perhaps he’ll be amenable to the Galaxy S8, which comes out in March. I’m sure Samsung will comp him a pre-release model, what with him being the most powerful man in the world and all.

26
How to Find Affordable Health Insurance During This Year’s Open Enrollment

Health insurance: you’re screwed with it, and really screwed without it. This year we’re in for an extra treat, because premiums are set to increase by record amounts. Want a fighting chance at getting insurance you can afford? Here’s what you need to know.

27
Oculus explains how room-scale VR taxes your USB ports

We've been dealing with USB for about two decades now, and to be honest, we're not usually asking that much from it. Plug in an adapter, microphone or game controller, then keep it moving. All of that changes, however, when it comes to virtual reality. As Oculus explains , plugging in a bunch of room scale sensors sends enough data through the ports to potentially overwhelm the 400MB/s capacity of the controller chip on your motherboard.

28
RIP to Veteran Actor John Hurt, Star of Alien and So Many Other Films We Love

Sad news today, not just for scifi fans, but for fans of great actors: John Hurt has reportedly died at the age of 77. His vast resume encompassed over 50 years, and included works like The Elephant Man , 1984 , Alien , Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone , Hellboy , Doctor Who , and V for Vendetta , to name just a handful.

29
Do we need an “unbiased” cable news network?

The answer is probably no, not because the industry's three big players—CNN, Fox News, MSNBC—do such a great job of presenting unbiased news to the public, but because the marketplace is not likely to support it. Cable news is already under threat from cord cutting, aging audiences, and shifts in viewing habits, and the reality is that it's very hard to rise above the deafening din of punditry and pack journalism that currently defines the sector. Recall that Al Jazeera America, which tried in earnest to bring balance and in-depth reporting to the space, lasted only two years.  

30
Get Your Hands on Free Adobe Apps for Chromebook

If you have a Chromebook that supports Play Store apps, you may be able to download and use six Adobe apps for free, from Photoshop to Illustrator.

31
14,900 nukes: All the nations armed with atomic weapons and how many they have

The Bulletin's board said in its full statement that, while it "takes a broad and international view of existential threats to humanity" and "the statements of a single person [...] have not historically influenced" its decisions, "wavering public confidence in the democratic institutions required to deal with major world threats do affect the board's decisions."

32
Man buys house with Bitcoin, lucks into a $1.3M profit

Singh and his company were recently approached by a real estate developer that received an offer from a prospective buyer who expressed a preference to pay in Bitcoin. After walking him through the peculiarities of the transaction, the two parties eventually reached an agreement for the estate, which was valued at around $4 million at the time.

33
When You Buy This Princess Leia Portrait, Proceeds Go to Animal Welfare

We all loved Carrie Fisher. And while Carrie Fisher may not have loved each and every one of us back, she definitely loved her dog. That’s why Mondo is taking 10 percent of sales for its new Princess Leia portrait and donating it to animal welfare causes.

34
Harry Potter films go 4K for Ultra HD Blu-ray release

The Ultra HD Blu-ray Combo Packs will include an Ultra HD Blu-ray disc with the feature films in 4K with HDR, as well as a Blu-ray disc with the feature films and special features in HD, and a Digital HD version of the feature films. It should be noted, though, that there won’t be any new special features created for this release. 

35 Swiftype is hiring! - Software Engineer

We are hiring software engineers to join our core engineering team and work on our search platform and products that power hundreds of millions of queries a month.

36
Control a VGA Monitor with Your Arduino - Tindie Blog

Arduino boards are great for making lights blink or controlling motors, but if you want to show output from it on a monitor, this task can be tricky. To make things less tricky, the NovaVGA Arduino VGA shield allows you to control a VGA monitor with only three pins acting as a Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI).

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The biggest barrier to Windows 10 success is still Windows 7 | ZDNet

First, Windows XP usage hasn't changed very much at all as a result of the arrival of Windows 10. That's hardly surprising: Windows XP wasn't part of the free consumer upgrade programme that Microsoft offered. Windows XP is long, long past its sell-by date, and most of the hardware running XP is probably so old that is can't be upgraded anyway. If users are happy running such an antique and insecure operating system they'll probably keep using it until the hardware gives up or the Sun expands to finally vapourise the Earth, whichever is sooner.

38
5 digital marketing trends that will disrupt your business

On one hand, there are unprecedented opportunities for reaching potential customers with precisely segmented messages, quantifying the impact of marketing campaigns, and understanding customers through a vast stream of data. On the other hand, every business is in the same game, consumers are savvier and wearier of marketing tactics, and tools such as automation and analytics challenge businesses to keep up with the competition as much as they offer a competitive advantage.

39
Twitter shares 2 redacted National Security Letters from the FBI

“We continue to believe that reporting in government-mandated bands does not provide meaningful transparency to the public or those using our service,” Banker wrote. “However, the government argues that any numerical reporting more detailed than the bands in the USA Freedom Act would be classified and as such not protected by the First Amendment. They further argue that Twitter is not entitled to obtain information from the government about the processes followed in classifying a version [of] Twitter’s 2013 Transparency Report or in classifying/declassifying decisions associated with the allowed bands. We would like a meaningful opportunity to challenge government restrictions when ‘classification’ prevents speech on issues of public importance.”

40
Beauty guru got her followers to troll guys using this makeup tool

On Tuesday, YouTube beauty guru Selena Faye posted a prompt on Twitter asking her followers to ask their boyfriends or male friends what they thought a pink beauty blender tool was.

41
Cloudsight is letting universities and schools use its computer vision API for free

There are lots of players in the AI game, but CloudSight is one of the most interesting ones. It has an AI model that’s been trained with a massive dataset of over 400 million images. As a result, it’s able to tag, recognize, and describe objects in an impressive amount of detail.

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This brain-implanted hardware could be the next step in restoring lost sight | ZDNet

While the two systems are broadly similar in terms of hardware, some adjustments had to be made, including flattening out the electrode array to accommodate the more gentle curve of the brain compared to the eye. "Both the [Argus II and Orion] devices cover the small amount of visual space, but in the eye, the electrode is quite small, but the visual area in the brain is quite a bit larger, so we have to make the array cover a bigger area to correspond to the same amount of visual space," Greenberg said. In addition, the company chose to lay the electrode grid on the surface of the brain rather than try to access deeper structures for safety reasons, which meant a higher level of current was needed.

43
Everything Trump Fucked Up in Science and Technology This Week

It’s amazing to think that we’ve all been alive for a thousand years, our bodies swept by a burning wind into nothing but dust and a lingering scream. Except we haven’t—it’s just the end of the first week of the Trump administration, and a disconcertingly large number of horrible things have already happened.

44
This app uses neural networks to put a smile on anybody’s face

2017 may be the year the US starts a nuclear war because someone tweets something mean about Donald Trump, but at least we’re getting some weird selfie apps before we go. Earlier this month we had Meitu, which made you look like a terrifying anime character and possibly tracked your location data , and this week we have FaceApp , which uses neural networks to paste a smile on anybody’s photo and possibly steals your soul or something.

45
Dell's XPS 13 2-in-1 nearly lives up to the original

Those hinges make the convertible XPS 13 look a bit less refined than the original, but at least they're put to good use: They allow the display to swing around 360 degrees. The XPS 13 2-in-1 can flip around in a "tent" formation, which is ideal for bingeing on Netflix in bed, and a "stand" mode, which puts the display facing toward you with the keyboard resting facedown. And, of course, moving the display all the way around turns the machine into a tablet (albeit a fairly hefty one). Thanks to the hinge design, I was able to smoothly transition the 2-in-1 among all of its different modes, and I was pleased to see that the display held steady at just about every angle. Sure, Dell is aping the convertible design that Lenovo pioneered with its Yoga line, but it's hard to blame the company for copying when so many others are doing the same.

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Microbots: Microsoft's multi-pronged robotics play takes shape | ZDNet

In June 2016, Microsoft formed a research team known as the Aerial Informatics and Robotics (AIR) group , charged with "building intelligent and autonomous flying agents that are safe and enable applications that can positively influence our society," a k a "fleet of flying robots." The AIR group is building on research Microsoft is doing in machine intelligence and robotics and is meant to assist with everything from micro-UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicle/drones) to commercial jetliners, according to Microsoft's own description on its Research site.

47
Lifehacker on Twitter

Lock Screen Reflection lets you save Windows lock screen images, or set them as your desktop wallpaper: http://lifehac.kr/Zspvw1h  pic.twitter.com/RmIajJ3ehs

48
How a Google Doc grew into an anti-Trump political movement

The answer is probably no, not because the industry's three big players—CNN, Fox News, MSNBC—do such a great job of presenting unbiased news to the public, but because the marketplace is not likely to support it. Cable news is already under threat from cord cutting, aging audiences, and shifts in viewing habits, and the reality is that it's very hard to rise above the deafening din of punditry and pack journalism that currently defines the sector. Recall that Al Jazeera America, which tried in earnest to bring balance and in-depth reporting to the space, lasted only two years.  

49
Did staffers photoshop Trump's small hands in this photo?

Keen eyes and photographs are often all it takes to spell scandal. Granted, this is the sort of scandal that’s more laughable than impeachable, but the keen eye of Dana Schwartz, Arts and Culture writer for the New York Observer  seems to have spotted a discrepancy in two Donald Trump pictures — maybe.

50
What a Possible Verizon-Charter Deal Means

Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam approached Liberty Media CEO Greg Maffei about a possible combination with Liberty's Charter Communications. The combined entity would create the largest internet provider in the U.S. Bloomberg's Caroline Hyde takes a look at what this deal could mean. (Source: Bloomberg)

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52 Microsoft parties like it’s 2000
53 Samsung is reportedly launching the Galaxy S8 on March 29
54 Protesters gathered outside Twitter HQ to demand that Donald Trump be banned
55 Elon Musk's Hyperloop contest is happening this weekend — here's a look at all the competing pods
56 The former head of Google's self-driving car project has secretly been working on his own startup
57 Apple's strategy in the 'smart home' race is threatened by Amazon
58 Ohio’s Transportation Research Center gets $45M to expand smart mobility testing
59 People that can't get through to the White House comment line are now calling Trump hotels
60 Apple joins research group for ethical AI with fellow tech giants
61 Nerf's Colossal New Gun Blasts 100 Rounds at 70 MPH
62 Microsoft jumps after earnings beat
63 THE IoT PLATFORMS REPORT: How software is helping the Internet of Things evolve
64 ICYMI: Boeing's swanky new space suits and 3D-printable skin
65 Stuff This Windbreaker With Leaves or Newspapers and It Becomes a Warm Emergency Parka
66 First hydrogen metal created on Earth draws critical doubt
67 BlackBerry may be ready to launch its first budget phone in years
68 Poll: LG G6 or Samsung Galaxy S8?
69 Here's How We Know 440,000 People Attended The Women's March In D.C.
70 Amazon has completely sold out of “1984″
71 Toshiba to sell part of chip business, puts overseas nuclear ops under review
72 Americans and Cybersecurity
73 Boeing shows off the spacesuit astronauts will wear on the Starliner
74 America's Long-Overdue Opioid Revolution Is Finally Here
75 15 obscure Steam features that can power up your PC gaming
76 Dive Into This Coder Bundle And Come Out As an Up-and-Coming App Designer [Deals Hub]
77 iOS 10 – iOS 10.2 Compatible Jailbreak Tweaks and Apps
78 Microsoft Says It's Chipping Away at Apple's Dominance of Premium Devices Led by Mac
79 NYT Politics on Twitter
80 Facebook Lets You Lock Down Your Account With Physical Security Keys
81 Alexa scores some Super Bowl skills for next week’s big game
82 Lifehacker on Twitter
83 ‘Yakuza 0’ Is a Brilliant Prequel to Japan’s Best Crime Games
84 Lifehacker on Twitter
85 Oculus/ZeniMax case goes to jury as damages sought increases to $4 billion
86 Anderson Cooper 360° on Twitter
87 President Trump thinks an app with around 10K downloads will help prove millions voted illegally
88 Mashable on Twitter
89 1 week in, Trump’s Silicon Valley buddy list is short