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Facebook Reactions, the Totally Redesigned Like Button, Is Here

Your News Feed is about to get a lot more expressive. After months of user testing in a handful of countries, Facebook today is releasing “Reactions” to the rest of the world. The feature isn’t so much a new tool as it is an extension of an existing one; by long-pressing—or, on a computer, hovering—over the “like” button, users can now access five additional animated emoji with which to express themselves. Each emotive icon is named for the reaction it’s meant to convey. “Like” you already know—say hello to “love,” “haha,” “wow,” “sad,” and “angry”.

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Productivity Advice I Learned From People Smarter Than Me

Like all people, I’d like to think I am a productive person. If I am, however, it’s because I’ve been ruthlessly efficient at one thing: stealing secrets and methods from people a lot smarter than me.

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Facebook Reactions, the Totally Redesigned Like Button, Is Here

Your News Feed is about to get a lot more expressive. After months of user testing in a handful of countries, Facebook today is releasing “Reactions” to the rest of the world. The feature isn’t so much a new tool as it is an extension of an existing one; by long-pressing—or, on a computer, hovering—over the “like” button, users can now access five additional animated emoji with which to express themselves. Each emotive icon is named for the reaction it’s meant to convey. “Like” you already know—say hello to “love,” “haha,” “wow,” “sad,” and “angry”.

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The state of privacy in America: What we learned

10 Many technology experts predict that few individuals will have the energy or resources to protect themselves from “dataveillance” in the coming years and that privacy protection will likely become a luxury good. Another prediction from 2,511 experts we canvassed was that the prospect of achieving bygone notions of privacy will become more remote as the Internet of Things takes hold and people’s homes, workplaces and the objects around them will “tattle” on them. A more hopeful theme about privacy’s future was sounded by experts who argued that new technology tools would become available that would give consumers power to negotiate on equal footing with corporations about information sharing and also allow them to work around governments trying to collect data.

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Boston Dynamics’ New Robot Is Wicked Good at Standing Up to Bullies

Goldberg isn’t willing to speculate too much about what’s going on inside this robot. And the only intel available about Atlas comes from the video’s description. This version of the bot is 5’9″ and weighs 180 pounds. It’s battery powered, and navigates using Lidar and stereo sensors in its head. Sensors in its limbs keep it from tipping over. All that gadgetry lets it navigate snowy terrain, pick up boxes, and stand up after being shoved to the floor. Some of those sensors even appear to recognize QR-like codes on boxes and doors. I reached out to Boston Dynamics to confirm and extrapolate on these specs, but nobody answered the phone. I can only assume this is because robots have slaughtered everybody there.

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Watch the Falcon 9 Rocket (Which Even SpaceX Thinks Will Crash) Launch Live

Join us to watch live as SpaceX attempts to launch and land its Falcon 9 Rocket. Even the company itself says, “a successful landing is not expected.” Oh dear.

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PewResearch Internet on Twitter

Slight partisan differences in views of Apple vs. FBI privacy standoff. http://pewrsr.ch/1RiI8dB  pic.twitter.com/2Ilq9EZNRf

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Companies Pay Workers to Live Close to the Office

On weekend mornings, James Conelly heads down the street to the nearest, cheapest provider of coffee—his office. The 28-year old data analyst lives less than a half-mile from his work in Mountain View, Calif., thanks to a $300 monthly housing stipend from his employer, Addepar Inc. Companies such as Addepar and Facebook Inc. are offering rent subsidies, house-hunting services and down-payment help for employees willing to live close...

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Uber now offers motorbike rides in Thailand

Fares start at 10THB ($0.30) as a base and it will cost 3.5THB ($0.10) per kilometer or 0.85 THB ($0.025) per minute thereafter. In a statement announcing the service, Uber said it expects demand to be high and urges users to be patient because it might take more than one try to get a motorbike.

11 Facebook turns on 'Reactions' for all customers

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Digital Trends Top Tech of MWC 2016 award winners

At MWC this year, HTC — and partner Valve software, maker of the popular Steam platform, which will power Vive — gave us a look at the final edition of the Vive, revealed its price ($800), and even showed us a couple new demos. One demo gave us a laser gun in each hand, as waves of flying robot drones attacked from all sides. Dodging with our own body, aiming with our own hands, and pulling up a shield to block shots was so natural we could do it all day, proving that the Vive is capable of redefining even the simplest game concepts. You need to try it to understand, and we highly recommend you do. It goes up for pre-order on Leap Day, February 29, 2016.

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Player Discovers Secret Menus In Mortal Kombat Games After Over 20 Years

Through a series of button inputs, a player has found previously undiscovered menus that lay dormant in the arcade versions of Mortal Kombat 1 , 2 and 3. How did they last so long without being discovered?

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Apple is working to make future iPhones even harder to break into

At the heart of the issue is a troubleshooting feature that allows Apple to install new firmware on an iPhone to upgrade its operating system to a newer version without having to input a user's passcode. The feature, designed to make it easier to repair malfunctioning devices, means the FBI can demand Apple develop an alternate version of iOS. That software would strip away the security measures preventing the government from breaking into the device by using a third-party computer to input millions of potential passcodes. Apple did respond to a request for comment.

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8 Awesome Cosplayers and Their Amazing Work - IGN

High-level cosplayers will spend hours planning and executing their next work. From prop building to sewing, applying make-up and careful attention to detail, the amount of labor and love that goes into a successful cosplay is undeniable.

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Instagram? Lol. This hidden Oakland studio still makes actual tintype photographs—no filter required

Tintype is a 19th century photo technique where an image is captured, developed, and printed onto a solid plate of aluminum. (Trivia: tintypes were never made out of tin.) The process produces a one-of-a-kind object that’s difficult to find outside of niche circles. But in a handful of cities—like San Francisco, of course—tintypes live on. Revival Tintype studios, located in the back of Starline Social Club in (where else?) Oakland, will make you a tintype for between 60 and 100 bucks. You get to see the whole process unfold. Watch photographer Patrick Demmons, who owns Revival, break down how it works, and explain why tintype is still relevant in this digital world.

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Macklemore and Ryan Lewis to debut new album via Amazon live stream

Apple Music did this with a Taylor Swift concert, and most recently Tidal live streamed the debut of Kanye West's new album, which was held at his avant-garde fashion show in Madison Square Garden in New York. In addition to those who attended the show and others who paid money to see the event in theaters worldwide (I was one of them), over 20 million people streamed West's extravaganza. Or at least they tried to. Tidal suffered from technical issues during the live stream, resulting in many upset viewers .

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Microsoft's Hub keyboard app for Android puts productivity at your fingertips

Microsoft says that right now it’s only available in English for users in the US, though it does work for users outside of the US who download a mirror of the APK. I’m obviously not recommending you should do that though, given the potential for security vulnerabilities if you allow installation of apps from unknown sources .

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Google Fiber Is Coming to Parts of San Francisco

Google’s ongoing quest to supply gigabit internet to American cities will finally reach San Francisco . The company announced today that it will use the tech capital’s existing fiber infrastructure to supply mega-fast internet to “some apartments, condos, and affordable housing properties.”

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Xiaomi’s Mi 5 is a stunning 5-inch Android phone that looks like a Galaxy S7

The Mi 5 weighs in at an impressive 129 grams and is sandwiched in a “3D glass body” on the back. You can choose an alternative “3D ceramic” back, which is more resistant and “feels like marble” without the weight.

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Amazon Studios Paid Staggering $15M for Woody Allen's Next Film

Amazon Studios, which was launched just six years ago and has been on a buying spree over the past six weeks, acquired North American rights sight unseen to the untitled movie with Steve Carell, Jesse Eisenberg, Blake Lively and Kristen Stewart. The deal, which sources peg at a huge $15 million upfront (more than $20 million with prints-and-advertising costs), sent shock waves through the indie film world. By comparison, SPC paid $5 million for Allen's last outing, Irrational Man .

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Vizio and Google are reportedly building Chromecast features into TVs

The Google Cast enabled TVs could arrive as soon as this spring, according to the report. While the TVs themselves may eschew a traditional smart TV interface, Variety reports that Google and Vizio may be planning to add smart features somewhere else: the remote. Rather than using a traditional remote, Vizio may choose to bundle TVs with a tablet that includes apps that can be used for streaming. However, whether it ultimately decides to use a tablet instead of a remote seems to still be up in the air. According to the report, Google is working with at least one other manufacturer on building Casting features into its TV sets, too.

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Sharp reportedly accepts $6.25B takeover bid from Foxconn

Following months of rumors and speculation, primary Apple supplier Foxconn has reportedly purchased embattled Japanese tech giant Sharp for $6.25 billion, beating out an offer from Innovation Network Corporation of Japan. Sharp's Kameyama LCD plant in Japan's Mie Prefecture. People familiar with the long-fought bidding war told The Wall Street Journal that Sharp inked a 700 billion yen ($6.25 billion) deal with Foxconn on Thursday , local Japan time. The development comes three weeks after reports claimed the two companies were about to enter serious discussions about the takeover. As noted by the publication, Sharp's reported sale to Foxconn represents the largest foreign purchase of a Japanese company in the country's history. The development is has huge implications for Japan's tech sector; the country is notoriously protective of its assets, especially as they pertain to outside interests. Previous speculation suggested Sharp would ultimately entertain an offer from INCJ, a government-backed entity that facilitated the merger of Hitachi, Sony and Toshiba's display units.

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Tim Cook: Unlocking terrorist's iPhone would be 'bad for America'

"The protection of people's data is incredibly important. So the trade off here is, we know that doing this could expose people to incredible vulnerabilities. This is not something we would create. This would be bad for America," Cook tells Muir during the interview.

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Microsoft Is Buying Mobile Cross-Platform Development Company Xamarin

Microsoft announced today that it has acquired Xamarin, a company that allows developers to build fully native apps across several platforms from a single shared code base.

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Google Docs now lets you edit and format your documents with your voice

The search giant is increasingly investing in voice technology as a more natural way for people to interact with computers — even if they're not what you'd call "computer people" — across all of its services. Ultimately, Google seems to want you to control everything you do with its apps and sites without needing to lay a finger on anything.

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SpaceX will try another sea landing tonight

SpaceX announced on Wednesday that it will attempt another sea landing with its reusable Falcon 9 rocket after delivering the SES-9 commercial telecommunications satellite into orbit. The SES-9 will enter geosynchronous orbit and drastically expand the capacity throughout the Asia-Pacific region. This marks SpaceX's fourth attempt at a sea landing.

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Why Rogue One Is as Important to Star Wars as Episode VII

And that’s the question: Are audiences ready for Star Wars s ans Skywalkers? Given the current international appetite for all thing from a galaxy far, far away, right now I am certain people are more than willing to take a chance to find out. I also have zero doubt that ticket sales for the first weekend will be amazing, and that the movie will turn a profit. But that’s doesn’t mean the movie will be enjoyed. If ticket sales drop precipitously after the first weekend, or word-of-mouth turns bad—or, basically, if this movie sucks— Rogue One may make a profit, but it will also make audiences much more wary of all the other Star Wars s tories Disney plans on churning out until the world ends.

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A jury believes baby powder can cause cancer, and asks J&J to pay $72 million

In the trial, Fox’s attorneys introduced into evidence a September 1997 internal memo from a Johnson & Johnson medical consultant suggesting that “anybody who denies [the] risks” between “hygenic” talc use and ovarian cancer would be publicly perceived in the same light as those who denied a link between smoking cigarettes and cancer: “Denying the obvious in the face of all evidence to the contrary.”

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The Most Detailed Analysis of Burger King Selling Hot Dogs You’ll Ever Read

To understand the business rationale behind Burger King’s decision to sell hot dogs, first take a look at the ingredients. Burger King is selling its 100-percent beef “grilled dogs” two ways: the chili dog, which is covered in a bit of chili and sprinkled with a puny amount of shredded cheese, or a regular hot dog covered in the classic condiment trifecta of ketchup, mustard, and relish. The hot dogs are made by Oscar Mayer, owned by Kraft Foods. Kraft Foods is now part of the Kraft Heinz Company, which also owns Heinz, which makes ketchup. And Heinz is backed by 3G Capital, the multibillion dollar Brazilian investment company behind Burger King’s recent buyout of the Canadian coffee-and-donuts chain Tim Hortons. Burger King’s hot dogs, it turns out, are vertically integrated. And that makes them a no-brainer for 3G Capital, as well as Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway, which also backs Kraft Heinz.

31 Microsoft to acquire Xamarin and empower more developers to build apps on any device - The Official Microsoft Blog

As the role of mobile devices in people’s lives expands even further, mobile app developers have become a driving force for software innovation. At Microsoft, we are working to enable even greater developer opportunity and innovation by providing the best experiences to all developers, on any device, with powerful tools, an open platform and a global cloud.

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Apple Supporters From All Walks Line Up In Downtown San Francisco To Rally Against FBI Court Order

“The thing that really concerns me is that by taking this through the courts it’s going to set a legal precedent no matter what the outcome is,” 47-year-old long-time San Francisco resident and computer programmer Andrea Longo told me at the scene. “And if the FBI gets what it wants everyone else can come along [to Apple] and say ‘you already did it once so why aren’t you doing it for me?'”

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LinkedIn Problems Run Deeper Than Valuation

It’s not all gloom and doom for LinkedIn. The company still has assets that are the envy of any tech company — a vast user base and a wealth of content to exploit. But it must realign its business model so that it stops damaging its growth prospects and starts to serve companies better. The alternative is a network that is less and less relevant to the audience it needs to engage – and a business that will only suffer as a result.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: We found out about the FBI filing from the press

Chip Somodevilla/Getty ImagesApple CEO Timothy Cook Apple CEO Tim Cook is set to make his first public appearance since a court order directed Apple to help the FBI hack an encrypted terrorist's iPhone.

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Tim Cook: Unlocking terrorist's iPhone would be 'bad for America'

"The protection of people's data is incredibly important. So the trade off here is, we know that doing this could expose people to incredible vulnerabilities. This is not something we would create. This would be bad for America," Cook tells Muir during the interview.

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Facebook's new 'Like' buttons are rolling out now - go 'wow' at someone

The new ‘Reactions’ give you buttons for ‘Like,’ Love,’ Haha,’ Wow,’ ‘Sad’ or ‘Angry’ and to use them you just need to hold down the Like button (on mobile) or hover over it if you’re on a desktop.

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Listen to Spotify without a phone using this tiny device

Streaming music while you’re running, walking and cycling isn’t nearly as painless as it needs to be. If you’ve ever accidentally ripped out your earphones mid-jog then you know what I’m talking about. Exercise is meant to give your brain a break from the nuisances on the end of your phone, not attach you to them with a wire or even via Bluetooth.

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Sony Announces PlayStation VR Press Event For March 15

With just weeks to go before the first orders of the Oculus Rift and HTC Vive find their way into buyers’ living rooms, Sony is sending out press invitations for a special event highlighting the PlayStation VR to be held on March 15 in San Francisco

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On the Personalities of Dead Authors

Posted by Marc Pickett, Software Engineer, Chris Tar, Engineering Manager and Brian Strope, Research Scientist “Great, ice cream for dinner!” How would you interpret that? If a 6 year old says it, it feels very different than if a parent says it. People are good at inferring the deeper meaning of language based on both the context in which something was said, and their knowledge of the personality of the speaker. But can one program a computer to understand the intended meaning from natural language in a way similar to us? Developing a system that knows definitions of words and rules of grammar is one thing, but giving a computer conversational context along with the expectations of a speaker’s behaviors and language patterns is quite another! To tackle this challenge, a Natural Language Understanding research group, led by Ray Kurzweil, works on building systems able to understand natural language at a deeper level. By experimenting with systems able to perceive and project different personality types, it is our goal to enable computers to interpret the meaning of natural language similar to the way we do.

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Don't Be Misled. The Apple-FBI Fight Isn't About Privacy vs. Security

Throughout the ongoing fight between Apple and the FBI over custom access to an iPhone used by one of the two terrorists who killed 14 people in San Bernardino, the government has framed the argument as a simple trade-off: You must surrender a little privacy if you want more security. The scales don’t balance quite so neatly, though; there’s nothing secure about giving the FBI their way. Still, it’s been an effective way for the government to win over the public, on its way to trying to win over the courts.

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HTC teases the One M10

Mobile World Congress is just about over and all the phones that were going to be announced have been announced . Or so we thought. Right on the final day of MWC, HTC dropped us a hint that the rumored HTC One M10 -- essentially what could be the company's next flagship -- could be a reality. In a cryptic email with a subject that simply read "Power of 10," HTC sent us the above image with a note that read "Stay tuned for more."

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The impossible has happened: Testing Radeon and GeForce together in DirectX 12

I'll channel Captain Obvious here and say that the more expensive Fury X is faster than the GeForce GTX 980 card. What’s of actual interest is the scaling between the brands. The chart above shows reasonable scaling in my setup by adding the Radeon to the GeForce: just under a 46 percent increase when the GeForce GTX 980 is combined with the Fury X. That seems like a pretty decent achievement when you consider that going from one to two GeForce GTX 980s scales at roughly 55 percent. In other words, there isn't a huge disadvantage to using the two different brands.

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FarmVille co-creator Mark Skaggs catches the express train to India to make mobile games

Skaggs said he enjoyed his time at Zynga, but he was commuting from Dallas, Texas, to San Francisco during that whole time. After he left Zynga, he recharged and relaxed with his family. He looked around for four months to figure out what he wanted to do. He had been to India in 2009, when Zynga needed to find employees in India to watch the FarmVille servers — which were always seeing user activity — while the team in the U.S. slept. In 2011, Skaggs made more connections when he spoke at the NASSCOM GDC event, India’s biggest game event, and then visited Zynga’s Bangalore studio.

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Tinder users are swiping right on serial killers

Tinder, Grindr and every other dating app does what it can to limit criminal activity on the platforms but when it comes to judging the person you’re connecting with, it’s down to you. There is absolutely no feasible way for the companies that make the apps to know whether someone could potentially harm one of their matches – and that’s pretty scary.

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Xiaomi Mi 5 first impressions: A phone I want but can't have

Barra spent a good chunk of the presentation touting the ‘flagship’ camera and demoted impressive example shots from its 16-megapixel shooter, but what phone maker doesn’t? We’ll need to look into this area more later, but it does look promising.

46 Unlocking San Bernardino iPhone would be 'bad for America': Apple CEO

WASHINGTON Apple chief Tim Cook on Wednesday said that complying with a court order to help the FBI break into an iPhone belonging to one of the San Bernardino shooters would be "bad for America," and set a legal precedent that would offend many Americans.

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The U.S. Is Building Tools To Scan The Social Media Activity Of Visa Applicants

At the request of the U.S. Congress, the Department of Homeland Security is building more advanced tools to scan the social media feeds of visa and asylum applicants, as well as vacationing visitors, in hopes of being able to identify potential terrorist threats before they are allowed to enter the country, reports the New York Times .

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Exclusiva: El OnePlus 3 se lanzará en el segundo trimestre de 2016

El próximo teléfono insignia de la empresa se llamará OnePlus 3, tendrá un 'nuevo diseño' que la empresa cree será suficiente para cautivar tanto o más como lo hizo su primer celular.

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Google Laser-Beams the Film Real Genius 60 Miles Between Balloons

For the first time, the company has revealed that, last year during a test in Nevada, it established a 155 megabit-per-second optical connection between two balloons more than 100 kilometers (62 miles) apart, a little more than the distance between San Francisco and San Jose. “Basically, we’ve been able to connect two terminals that are in two separate cities, up in the stratosphere—for real,” Erkmen says. “It wasn’t a one-time thing, a 30-second success. It was done over three days. We tested during the day. We tested at night. We had many hours of stable and robust communications.”

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Siri is coming to the Mac this fall as part of OS X 'Fuji'

Siri will live in your Mac’s menu bar, much like Spotlight, and a touch of the icon will activate the voice controller. If your Mac is plugged in, you can use the “Hey Siri” command much like you would on an iPhone or iPad to beckon the digital assistant without any button pressing.

51 Sarah Michelle Gellar Officially Joins Cruel Intentions TV Pilot - IGN
52 Shield your digital info with a Blur Premium Mobile subscription
53 Most Mental Health Apps Are Based On Flimsy Science, Says Task Force Chair
54 There’s an astronaut in a gorilla suit floating around the ISS
55 Twitch will host a 24-hour Pokemon marathon this Saturday
56 Foxconn Has Reportedly Secured A Deal To Buy Sharp For $6.2 Billion
57 Why Creating A To-Do List Is Derailing Your Success
58 Todoist revamps its suite of apps for iOS, Mac and Apple Watch
59 'MouseJack' allows hackers to hijack computers through your wireless mouse or keyboard
60 Nissan Leaf can be hacked from anywhere in the world through insecure APIs
61 Internet back at it again, teen who filmed 'Damn Daniel' gets swatted
62 Smartphone Ownership and Internet Usage Continues to Climb in Emerging Economies
63 NYTimes Bits on Twitter
64 Tim Cook says FBI order 'could expose people to incredible vulnerabilities'
65 I Tweeted About Donald Trump. Here's How People Responded.
66 If BB-8 had a best friend, it would be LG’s rowdy new Rolling Bot
67 'Streets of Rage 2' soundtrack was remastered for vinyl release
68 ISIS propaganda video threatens Mark Zuckerberg and Jack Dorsey over account deletions
69 Cure your robo-phobia with Pepper, the adorable ‘human-shaped’ robot
70 How to use Facebook Reactions without pissing everyone off
71 5 Reasons Why Foxconn Wants Sharp
72 Congressional 'Crypto Commission' may tackle Apple vs FBI debate | Cult of Mac
73 Forget Keyboards: We Dictated This Story on Google Docs
74 Captain401 Raises $3.5 Million to Help Small-Business Employees Save for Retirement
75 Digital Trends Top Tech of MWC 2016 award winners
76 Apple CEO Tim Cook: We found out about the FBI filing from the press
77 IBM Paid $1.3 Billion to Acquire Cleversafe in Hybrid-Cloud Push
78 Innovation in the U.S. Relies on Foreigners, New Study Shows
79 Genius hires former Gawker editor to spearhead news division
80 Watch SpaceX’s Rocket (Probably) Crash Into a Robot Boat (Again)
81 Tim Cook on iPhone backdoor: 'This case is not about one phone. This case is about the future'
82 U.S. looks to Facebook, private groups to battle online extremism
83 'iPhone 5se' drawings show design similar to iPhone 5s, curved edges, and relocated Power key
84 The 10 best cities where women can succeed in the tech industry
85 Tim Cook: An iPhone Master Key Would Be the 'Software Equivalent of Cancer'
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