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Hello everyone, this is my first instructable and I was almost not to publish it, because I missed some key points in the photographs. I hope even so, the instructable is comprehensive.The first lap desk I did was for my girlfriend. A friend of mine saw the desk and asked me to make one too, but ask me to add an adjustable inclination. This was the result of what he asked me to do.English is not my main language and a lot of this was translate with some really famous browser. Some words gave me a lot of trouble. One of those words was “slat”… Sometimes it translated it being a piece of wood others as it being mud. So ye, I hope it’s understandable at least. I also used mm because that’s what I’m used to. Hope you guys like this instructable.

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Season 5 of ‘Orange is the New Black’ has been hacked and released

Initially, Season 5 of Netflix’s hit series was meant to be released on June 9, and it’s not immediately clear whether this hack will affect the service’s plans. “We are aware of the situation. A production vendor used by several major TV studios had its security compromised and the appropriate law enforcement authorities are involved,” Netflix said in a statement.

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Turkey blocks Wikipedia

Turkey has blocked access to Wikipedia.org for at least twelve hours in a crackdown on free speech, the BBC reports .

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Aura review: A unique and expensive home security gimmick

Unfortunately, it has a long list of shortcomings, like the small area of coverage and the lack of integration with other devices such as smart locks. What is a deal-breaker, however, is the price. At $500, it's just too expensive for what it offers, as well as the demographic its performance suits best, namely those who live in small homes or apartments. If you're serious enough about home security to spend that much, or if you have a medium or larger home, check out one of these alternatives.

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How to Prepare your iPhone for iOS 10.3.1 Jailbreak

iOS 10.3.1 is the latest signed firmware available for iOS devices, however, it won’t be long before the iOS 10.3.2 update is released as it is currently in its fifth beta. Given the imminent release of a new jailbreak and a new firmware update dropping soon, here’s how you should prepare your iPhone for an iOS 10.3.1 jailbreak.

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The best gifts under $50 for grads

For under $40, the Logitech K380 is the best multidevice wireless keyboard we've seen to date. Toggle between three devices -- say, a PC or Mac, a tablet and a smartphone -- at the click of a button. This one's a great choice for grads who bounce between working on their phone, tablet or computer.

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Microsoft wants to school Google's Chromebook

The software giant is planning to hold an event in New York on Tuesday at which it's expected to talk about new software for schools, and even a new low-cost PC designed to compete on price with machines from other computer makers and on functionality with Apple 's iPads .

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Huawei Tripod Selfie Stick: $20 accessory that's useful for creative pictures and video conferences | ZDNet

Many Huawei cameras have advanced camera modes for capturing lights, wide aperture, night shot, and time lapse video. This accessory helps you get the perfect shot while also serving as a stable platform for video calling.

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Alleged iPhone 8 Mold and Diagram Shows Vertical Dual Rear Cameras

Meanwhile, the other images appear to be CNC-milled molds of the iPhone 8. Unfortunately there’s no telling if any of these are real, as is par for the course, but they do at least appear to corroborate plenty of previous rumors and reports surrounding the upcoming flagship iPhone.

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Galaxy S8 vs. LG G6: We tell you which one to buy

But (and this is a big but), I definitely won't blame you if you go for the G6. The S8 is better and it won the most categories, true, but it isn't so much better than the G6. The G6 still looks and performs great, and has many of the same features as the S8 that make it so appealing (water resistance, slim bezels and Google Assistant). Plus, if you plan on getting a case anyway, you're probably not going to be hung up about the G6's look or durability. In general, the G6 does most of what the S8 can do -- but for a lower price tag to boot.

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ZTE's Max XL serves up big screen for cheap

The phone has a 13-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front-facing shooter. During my time with it, I noticed the camera can handle brightly lit environments well, but struggled with closeup or macro shots.

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Machine Learning: Regression of 911 Calls

This post will be focused on solving the real problem. We will try to predict location and daily quantity of 911 calls in US Montgomery County (PA). Such project could enable help & rescue teams, such as police, fire department and emergency medical services  to prepare for upcoming events and better plan their work.

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Hackers Leak New Episodes of Orange Is the New Black and Claim More Leaks to Come

Netflix bingers received a weekend surprise when they woke up this morning to find the first ten episodes of the new season of Orange Is the New Black have allegedly been leaked to torrent networks. A hacker group has claimed responsibility and they say it only occurred because Netflix refused to pay a ransom. The group also claims to have more shows from other networks.

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Home Automation buying guide

Maybe that means buying an additional device from the same brand as your original purchase, but it doesn't have to. In general, smart home manufacturers see the value in keeping things at least somewhat open, and many go out of their way to embrace third-party hubs and smart home platforms as a means of providing compatibility with other gadgets. That means that you've got a lot of options. And, if you're looking for an easy way to stay on top of what works with what, our handy smart home compatibility tracker is here to help.

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Vizio's 2017 audio range offers Chromecast compatibility

Vizio's 2017 range includes six new sound bars with prices starting at $80, in addition to the new SmartCast Crave Go portable speaker.

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Steve Ballmer takes excitement to new levels of crazy

At Friday Night's Game 6 of a Western Conference series between his Los Angeles Clippers and the Utah Jazz, Ballmer leaped from his seat and made gestures that a child immune to Ritalin might still resist.

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Amazon is shutting down its ‘Underground Actually Free’ program that gives away free Android apps

Late on Friday, Amazon announced it will be shutting down its “Underground Actually Free” program, which offers customers free versions of Android apps that would typically cost money, including those that relied on in-app purchases but were otherwise free downloads. Though it promised long-term support when it debuted back in August 2015 , Amazon today says the “Actually Free” program will be fully discontinued in 2019.

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Scale: API For Human Intelligence

Our team has built the simplest API for repetitive human operations. AWS changed the game by removing the need to run your own infrastructure — enabling a new generation of software companies. We want to do the same — remove the need for you to run your own operations team.

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Urbanears' Stadion wireless earphones are all coiled up like an old telephone cord

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IT storage certifications are evolving, but experts debate their true value - TechRepublic

Marks is lukewarm about the SNIA certifications in general. "There's value in the training. I just don't think there's much value in the certifications," he said. "I remember teaching some of the advanced Novell classes many, many moons ago, and having guys in the classroom who were [Certified Network Engineers] who knew exactly what the test was going to ask but didn't understand any of it."

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What Trump’s first 100 days have meant for tech, science, and the future

Yet it has been an eventful hundred days. We won’t delve into every executive order and diplomatic shift, but the beginning of the Trump administration has had a profound impact on technology, science, and the future course of the planet. Media, politics, and so much else seems to have entered a new era, and it’s a surreal one. Even more than before he took office, Trump permeates the culture: news, television, music, even things that aren’t direct responses to Trump get pulled into his gravitational field. Rollbacks of environmental regulations and aggressive tweeting about North Korea mean we can now worry about two apocalypses at once: nuclear winter and climate change. (The fact that tweets can raise the specter of nuclear war is new, too.) The wall may end up being more of a fence or maybe just a metaphor, but metaphors have power, and hostile rhetoric coupled with aggressive deportations means the future looks more isolated and less connected than ever. Meanwhile, one of the primary drivers of interconnection, the internet, is being divvied up by corporations.

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Apple, Tesla want changes to California's self-driving car tests

The tech titan wants California to redefine disengagement, so that companies will include instances wherein the human drivers had to take the wheel to prevent even minor traffic violations. However, it believes certain instances shouldn't be officially counted as disengagements anymore, such as handing back control to a human driver due to system error or so that they could navigate a construction site. The changes will give Apple, whose permit to test is fresh out of the DMV, more accurate data for its experiments.

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Google's head of Pixel smartphone division leaves after six months | ZDNet

After David Foster's departure, Google still plans to release at least two new Pixel smartphones this fall, according to rumors.

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Amazon Rival Boxed Sees Narrow Inventory as an Edge

Chieh Huang has borrowed a lot from Amazon.com Inc. to expand his e-commerce startup Boxed Wholesale, which sells bulk packages of paper towels, granola bars and maxi pads, including free delivery within two days on most orders and an inexpensive house brand of products. And, like Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, Huang started the company in his garage in 2013.

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The Best Ransomware Protection of 2017

When ransomware turns your most important files into encrypted gibberish, and paying big bucks to get those files back is your only choice, you're in big trouble. One of these top-performing utilities is your best bet to stay safe.

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Deep packet inspection: The smart person's guide - TechRepublic

Every parcel of digital information—including the email you send, Skype calls you make, and websites you load—is transmitted across the web in a formatted piece of structured data known as a "packet." Inside this packet is structured metadata that assures your data is routed to the proper destination. Analyzing these packets is a process known as deep packet inspection (DPI), and the practice is employed daily by enterprise companies, internet service providers (ISPs), and media companies.

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Facebook is about to have 4 different billion-user platforms

Mark Zuckerberg has often said that 1 billion users is a key threshold to begin monetization. For example, in 2014 Zuckerberg said, "Products don't really get that interesting to turn into businesses until they have about 1 billion people using them," referring to when Facebook would start earnestly working on building WhatsApp as a business. But given Instagram's fundamentally greater financial potential as an ad platform, it's a far more important service to get to 1 billion than messaging services. It's also not as if Facebook waited for Instagram to hit 1 billion before cranking up the monetization.

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Top 17 Facebook Messenger Tips and Tricks for iPhone

You’ll see a little three dotted button at the end of the toolbar, right next to the Send button. Tap it and Facebook Messenger will show you a list of apps specifically made to interact with Messenger. You’ll find all sorts of crazy and fun apps here. For creating GIFs, videos and all sorts of fun stuff. Of course, you’ll need to download these apps to be able to use them. But once downloaded, they integrate seamlessly with Messenger.

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See Seattle's wild coffee tech up close

If you're info coffee, then there were plenty of exciting things to see, touch and taste at the Global Coffee Expo 2017 in Seattle.

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Prepare to worship the deities of 'American Gods'

In Slavic mythology, there are generally only two Zorya sisters mentioned — The Morning Star (Zorya Utrennyaya) and the Evening Star (Zorya Vechernyaya), but Gaiman's novel and the TV show  include a third: the Midnight Star (Zorya Polunochnaya). These sisters of different ages are relatives of Czernobog, and each represents a portion of the day. They're tasked with guarding the doomsday hound Simargl, who is chained to a distant star, because if he ever escapes, he'll devour the universe and bring about the end of the world. No pressure!

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How Sheryl Sandberg’s Sharing Manifesto Drives Facebook

Of course, one could argue that Sandberg had begun down this path the moment she joined Facebook—a company that earns billions from getting people to open up about their lives. She and Zuckerberg have frequently been asked to lead by example. When Facebook lifted a tactic from Twitter and gave public figures the option of opening their profiles to people who weren’t friends but followers, “I wasn’t going to do it, and neither was Mark,” Sandberg says. Then a communications executive, Caryn Marooney, told them they would have to do it if they wanted others to fall in line. “I think the product has really changed us,” Sandberg says earnestly. Zuckerberg gives her a lot of credit, too. “When Sheryl first came to Facebook, she started a tradition of checking-in to our leadership meetings,” he wrote in an email. “Checking-in” means each person around the table is invited to discuss their current emotional and professional state before they get down to business. “Nine years later, we’re still doing it.

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For a business laptop, the Asus Pro B9440 has serious style

If you need a business laptop, the Asus Pro B9440 is an attractive option for anyone looking to save some money.

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How the Son of Chinese Factory Workers Built a $1.5 Billion Startup

We still think of Silicon Valley as the world's technology hub, but China's quickly catching up. For one, consider this stat: China has created as many billion-dollar startups this year as the U.S. This week, Bloomberg Technology's Peter Elstrom and David Ramli travel to Shanghai to visit Colin Huang, the man behind the latest business to join this rarefied club of unicorns. Huang recounts his humble origins in Hangzhou and the various turning points in his life that took him to where he is today, at the center of China's bustling tech scene. At 37, now leading his fourth startup, Huang's just getting started.

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Today's customer experience mandate: Avoid '50 first dates' | ZDNet

As Sprinkr's VP of Product Enablement, Paul Herman observed later in the day, without this integrated view you end up in the unenviable and unsatisfying situation of "having 50 first dates with a customer." That is, going through the same process of getting-to-know-you and initial engagement over and over again, as you they connect with you via different digital channels and devices over time. Addressed correctly, this disassociation of experience can be resolved by looking at the process holistically, then offering a more contextual and informed journey for the customer. This can be achieved by centrally managing customer identity, then building on historic knowledge of the customer and previous interactions with them.

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Symantec promises audit-fest to placate Google trust reduction plans | ZDNet

The security giant has proposed an audit of all active Extended Validation certificates issued; an auditor to examine certificates issued by former Symantec registration authority (RA) partners, as well as an external audit to look at the remediation work to be completed before September; a six month period-in-time WebTrust audit between December 1 and May 31, followed by quarterly WebTrust audits until a year passes with no action needed; and a third party to conduct a process and systems risk assessment of Symantec's certificate operations.

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LMDB -- First version of Redis written in Tcl

Thank you @tomas-fp , I was very happy to discover it since I did not ever remember at this point if the story I told to people about the first Tcl version having already lists was true, but actually it was far more advanced than that: there was already the concept of fork() for persistency for example, and certain comments and function names totally resamble modern Redis names / parts.

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The death of the smartphone is further away than you think. And there is no 'Next Big Thing' | ZDNet

The smartphone represents the latest major platform shift, and it may also be the last one. We will still need the smartphone's functionality, and no wearable device looks like offering a single viable replacement. Pacific Crest's Ben Wilson suggests looking for a range of AI-based devices instead

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Apple adds one more year of warranty to first-gen Watches

Apple will still repair your first-gen Apple Watch if it breaks due to battery issues even if it's already older than two years. The tech titan has extended its wearable's repair coverage related to battery woes to last two years instead of one, according to a note Apple sent to authorized repair centers that 9to5mac got its hands on. If you include its first year with limited warranty, the device's owners can enjoy three years of coverage, and it's all thanks to a several reports complaining of batteries ballooning inside their timepieces.

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How to clean up system files with the Windows 10 Disk Cleanup tool - TechRepublic

The Disk Cleanup tool has been around for quite some time. Its job is to make it easy to clean out old and unnecessary files that can clog up your hard disk. It's the perfect place for the Clean Up System Files feature to live, since it's designed to weed through the WinSxS folder and eliminate waste. Rather than just jumping straight into the Clean up system files feature, let's look at the Disk Cleanup tool as a whole and then delve into the how the feature works.

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Cloudera shares up 20 percent on Wall Street debut | ZDNet

​Cloudera closed out its first day of trading on the New York Stock Exchange with its share price up 20 percent to $18.10.

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SpeedCast: Satellite business growing off global military spending increase | ZDNet

While Australia has not been a big area of growth for the company over the past few years, due to the industries of mining, oil, and gas being depressed, growth across the government has been accelerating and will continue to do so, particularly in terms of military spending, SpeedCast CEO Pierre-Jean Beylier told ZDNet in an interview.

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Google expands its reach in India with neural machine translation technology | ZDNet

The company is using Neural Machine Translation technology to improve Google Translate, as well as to improve Chrome's built-in Translate functionality, for nine widely-used Indian languages. Google is also expanding Gboard support to 11 new Indian languages, bringing its total list of supported Indian languages up to 22.

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Qualcomm issues profit warning as Apple legal battle intensifies | ZDNet

Qualcomm i ssued a profit warning Friday stemming from its escalating legal with Apple. The chipmaker said that Apple has decided to withhold royalty payments to contract manufacturers that are owed to Qualcomm until the legal dispute between the two companies is resolved.

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