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Review: Linksys Velop dual-band routers are an affordable mesh networking solution

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Why Google makes Android phone notches now

As to why the hardware industry is adding notches to phones, well, that's easy. Phonemakers want to stretch the screen from edge to edge, so they can give you more screen to play with while keeping handset size in check. "That's the holy grail," Burke said.

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NBC News MACH on Twitter

Happy Mother's Day! How mothers support their babies’ microbiome with breast milk https://www.nbcnews.com/mach/video/how-mothers-support-their-babies-microbiome-with-breast-milk-1231481923723?cid=sm_npd_nn_fb_ma … pic.twitter.com/3irYMIrCxL

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Donald Trump tweets U.S. Department of Commerce will help China’s ZTE ‘get back into business’

( Reuters ) — U.S. President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Sunday that he has asked the Commerce Department to help Chinese technology company ZTE “get back into business, fast,” a concession to Beijing ahead of high-stakes trade talks that will take place this week.

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Human or bot? Google Duplex scares me

Commentary: People can no longer tell when they're chatting with a robot. Google, what have you done?

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Willow breast pump wants to put the focus back on moms

It's also important to note that pumping isn't just the domain of mothers who work away from their babies. Women who work as a primary caregiver, like full-time moms, still need to pump sometimes -- to build a back-up supply of milk, for example. The Willow customer I spoke with noted that because Willow was more convenient than traditional pumping, she found herself pumping not only on the job but also when she was reading to her older child or doing the dishes.

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Asus gives you the hole package with this stylish router

The router gives you all the ports you need, including one gigabit WAN port for internet, four gigabit LAN ports for wired devices and one USB 3.0 port for printers, network storage or charging your mobile device.

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The Verge on Twitter

Android P's new gestures look just like the iPhone X's pic.twitter.com/1uMuEvOckV

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OnePlus 6 images reportedly leaked by Amazon Germany

The alleged leak comes three days before OnePlus is expected to launch its next marquee phone in London. Wednesday's  the unveiling will also be a fan event, with admission tickets to the event selling out in just a few hours. Attendees will also get a bag of free gifts, access to an after party and more.

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President Trump just saved embattled Chinese phone maker ZTE

ZTE had to shut its business down because the Commerce Department ban prevented it from using critical parts of the Android operating system, including access to the Google Play store and newer versions of Android and security patches. In addition, it was prevented from using carrier tools to offer software updates and security patches to existing phones. The company also couldn't get access to critical components for networking equipment, which it sells to a wide variety of countries, including India, Austria and Italy.

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Protesters demand Russia stop blocking Telegram messenger app

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Hundreds of people rallied in Moscow on Sunday to demand the unblocking of the Telegram app, the second protest in the Russian capital since the authorities blocked the popular messaging service last month.

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Be among the first to try Verizon's new Visible service

Visible isn't the only low-cost alternative to Verizon; most of the other Big Four carriers have offshoot options as well. AT&T-powered Cricket Wireless, for example, offers a $40 plan that's also unlimited, though with 5GB of high-speed data. (But even that isn't as high-speed as AT&T's ; Cricket caps downloads at 8Mbps.) Sprint's prepaid service is Boost , T-Mobile's is MetroPCS .

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Big for a reason, the Tekton Impact Monitor speakers will blow you away

Tekton Design is an American speaker company that has been making highly original designs for 12 years, but it's only now with the introduction of the Impact Monitor and Double Impact tower speakers that Tekton is breaking through to a wider audience that might have bought Bowers & Wilkins, Dynaudio, ELAC, Harbeth, or KEF speakers. The Impact Monitors  run $2,000 a pair in their satin black painted finish, and other colors are available for extra cost. I can't think of another audiophile grade speaker for the money that energizes a room like the Impact Monitor.

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The Android P beta can be yours right now

No, it doesn't have a name yet -- Android Plum? Peppermint? Parsnip? -- or a release date, but the good news is you can get the Android P beta right now.

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The Verge on Twitter

UK newsstands will sell "porn passes" to verify ages under new laws https://www.theverge.com/2018/5/13/17349910/uk-newsstands-porn-pass-age-verification-digital-economy-act-2017?utm_campaign=theverge&utm_content=chorus&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter … pic.twitter.com/UwGxufxrnN

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The BlackBerry Key2 will launch June 7

A BlackBerry believed to be the Key2 appeared on Chinese regulatory site TENAA . TENAA's listing shows pictures of the rumored device. From the looks of it, it seems like the Key2 could come with dual cameras on the back, while keeping the physical keyboard of the KeyOne. See TENAA's pictures below:

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Get to know the new Google News app

The newsstand section is used to list various news outlets and publications and provide the option to subscribe to the respective services. Both free and paid subscriptions are supported in the Newsstand section. Any subscriptions you sign up for through the app are billed to and managed by your Google Play account.

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Apple and Samsung face off in court - again! - over design patents

Not much. None of the Samsung devices in this case is still on the market. But there could be some impact down the road, depending on how much money Apple gets for its design patents. Samsung has argued that granting damages based on the full value of the phone, not just the specific infringing parts, would have a chilling effect on innovation. Companies would be afraid to create new products for fear they could be sued for certain design aspects.

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AI regulations? Don't worry about it, White House tells tech industry

Also at the event, the White House said it's formed a new Select Committee on Artificial Intelligence to advise the White House on AI matters, look into government partnerships with industry and academia, and try to improve government coordination of AI research.

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Reg Saddler on Twitter

100,000 Video Game Players Helped Scientists Prove Einstein Wrong http://j.mp/2rGIHZx  #Gamification #Physics #Science pic.twitter.com/7Z73fb3GMT

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Luis Pagani: "El Gobierno no tiene plan económico"

  —Le voy a leer un texto publicado en 1998 en “Clarín”, titulado “Blanco y negro” y firmado por Darío D’Atri y Silvia Naishtat. Dice: “Luis Pagani no cuenta con el carnet ni las costumbres de los únicos cuatro millonarios argentinos que ingresaron al club de ‘Forbes’. Ellos son Gregorio Perez Companc, Amalita Fortabat, Eduardo Eurnekian y Franco Macri. En su vestimenta solo hay dos discretas señales de fortuna que posee, un Cartier de plata y un par de gemelos de oro. Algo excedido de peso, su traje recuerda al de los colegios secundarios, azul oscuro con camisa blanca, Luis tampoco está entre los diez que más pagan impuesto a la riqueza. ¿Es ese el secreto de Arcor? Reinvertimos lo que ganamos en las empresas, dicen, y eso implica que vivimos como familias de clase media. Su crecimiento fue vertiginoso, hoy facturan el doble de lo que vendían hace cinco años. Franco Macri es la antítesis, y no solo porque factura la mitad que hace cinco años atrás, viste trajes carísimos, cultiva un perfil estratosférico, figura en quinto lugar entre los que más impuestos a la riqueza pagan en la Argentina, y sobre todo es el más político de los empresarios argentinos.

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Check out this surreal chat with Theranos investor who says he’s “thrilled”

Further ReadingTheranos’ downfall due to elaborate $4M conspiracy, investor says In the interview, which aired on CNBC , Draper called the limping start-up “one of those extraordinary companies” and said he was glad to have backed Holmes, who he knows personally. Draper provided $500,000 in seed money when Holmes was just starting the company as a 19-year-old Stanford drop-out. “It was a great mission and she did a great job,” he said. “I’m thrilled with what she’s done.”

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A future proof degree? Artificial Intelligence is now a major at this university | ZDNet

"Specialists in artificial intelligence have never been more important, in shorter supply or in greater demand by employers," according to Andrew Moore, dean of the School of Computer Science. "Carnegie Mellon has an unmatched depth of expertise in AI, making us uniquely qualified to address this need for graduates who understand how the power of AI can be leveraged to help people."

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Marcelo Open on Twitter

Carlos Melconian: "Boludeaste dos años con las buenas ondas y ahora vas a recoger inflación en la previa de las elecciones" - Infobae https://www.infobae.com/economia/2018/05/13/carlos-melconian-boludeaste-dos-anos-con-las-buenas-ondas-y-ahora-vas-recoger-inflacion-en-la-previa-de-las-elecciones/BRILLANTE … !!! Y lo renunciaron por teléfono

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Avengers: Infinity War becomes fifth biggest international release of all time

Avengers: Infinity War opened in China this weekend, and with it the film currently stands as the fifth biggest international release of all time.

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Rumor: iPhone SE 2 to Launch in September Instead of May

Despite iPhone SE 2 rumors picking up steam, there’s no concrete leak confirming the existence of the handset. If Apple is indeed working on an iPhone SE 2 for Q3 launch, it seems a bit too far-fetched to me that they have still not finalized its design. More importantly, if Apple ends up going with a notch design on the iPhone SE 2, it is unlikely to come with a 4-inch display, Instead, its display size should increase by a bit to make up for the decrease in dimensions due to the lack of bezels.

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All the Android pins we are giving away!

Android fans that attend MWC have to visit all the booths from Google partners to get each one of them.

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Digital Trends on Twitter

You can add location information to your Tweets, such as your city or precise location, from the web and via third-party applications. You always have the option to delete your Tweet location history. Learn more

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Apple now faces a class action lawsuit over failing MacBook Pro keyboards

Unfortunately for Apple, the curious case of the failing MacBook Pro and MacBook keyboards is refusing to go away. It now faces a class action lawsuit issued in California, which states that the company knew there were problems with the latest butterfly-switch keyboard design and went ahead with it anyway.

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UK adults may soon have to buy "porn passes" from corner shops to prove their age online

UK adults may soon have to buy "porn passes" from corner shops to prove their age online

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Brazilian federal government leads in open source adoption | ZDNet

The study has also found that in 2017, new open source development has taken place in 85 percent of federal government organizations to cater for their specific requirements, while 57 percent of state organizations also developed new open systems.

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Google I/O, LG G7 ThinQ, Fitbit, Chrome stuff (MobileTechRoundup show #432) | ZDNet

Google announced some interesting things at I/O last week while we also had the chance to spend more time with a retail version of the LG ThinQ.

32 The US needs paid family leave -- for the sake of its future

If you want to get even more from TED, like the ability to save talks to watch later,  sign up for a TED account now .

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“Being Everywhere Is Not Enough”: The 5 New Rules Of Branding

When you walk into a clothing store and use your mobile device to read reviews of something you hold in your hand, then step into a dressing room with a virtual mirror and your friend Skypes in to help you pick an outfit, that’s mixed reality. Creatives in advertising need to start thinking about how to design these “mixed” moments. At SXSW, the lead researcher Elliot Hedman at mPath emphasized “the tyranny of choice” many consumers feel–and described how brands are failing to create a mixed reality that engages people in “the feeling of the joy of learning.”

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Research round-up: Cloud computing, IoT and cybersecurity, iPhone X and more | ZDNet

IT leaders are also pushing their transformation efforts beyond the cloud and into advanced technologies, like the Internet of Things (IoT). This figure shows Arm's projected breakdown of the one trillion IoT devices that it predicts will be built between 2017 and 2035. Firms involved in IT services ($450bn/yr), telecoms services -- including 5G and its successors -- ($150bn/yr) and installation services ($100bn/yr) have a lot to play for.

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Mastercard, Microsoft partner on smart city pilot | ZDNet

The two companies are currently working on a two-city pilot that will model the impact of planned and unplanned urban events and inform policy decisions with data.

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Facebook updates business features on Messenger platform | ZDNet

Facebook on Friday is rolling out Messenger Platform 2.4, which includes several updates that give businesses more fine-grained control over their Messenger interactions with customers.

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Google celebrates Mom with dinosaur doodle

Mother's Day as we know it today was first celebrated in 1908, when Anna Jarvis held a memorial for her mother Ann, a peace activist who cared for wounded soldiers on both sides of the Civil War. Through Anna Jarvis' efforts to have the day officially recognized as a holiday, President Woodrow Wilson signed a proclamation six years later designating the second Sunday in May as a national holiday to honor mothers.

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Google Maps updated to work with Camera, offer smart recommendations | ZDNet

For more effective navigation, Google is combining Google Maps' navigation features with Camera capabilities. A user can open Camera with Google Maps navigation to launch what Google calls VPS (Visual Positioning System). A step above GPS, VPS effectively lays Maps' navigation features over what the user sees in the Camera app. A user can see the names of places around them, as well as street names and directions, right in front of them.

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​Match vs. Facebook dating: Focus, monetization may trump scale | ZDNet

Facebook's planned move into online dating has analysts concerned about Match's future prospects. Match and IAC execs note that focus matters too. The battle makes for a nice digital business case study.

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Gigaom on Twitter

Does #automation actually create more jobs? Find human answers to technical questions in "The Fourth Age" a new book on #AI and humanity by @gigaom publisher @byronreese #WSJFutureFest http://amzn.to/2IE1DPg  #Futureofwork #AI pic.twitter.com/FphR5gEJH3

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Time to break open AI's black box, and keep it open | ZDNet

Too many organizations are rushing into AI without considering the full implications of the people element, according to Bessant. "It is time that we re-balance the discussion from being driven by the creators and the sellers of artificial intelligence to being balanced with the user perspective," she says. "The discussion has been dominated by the sellers. Flip on any one of the morning financial shows and what you see is advertisement after advertisement for large and small-scale technology firms that are pushing the notion of data and modeling and that AI will help. Generally, society seems sold that artificial intelligence is better than we are as humans. However, because we build it, it is a subset of who we are and our thinking and bias."

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Fitness Trackers Changed My Life

It doesn't help that finding a wearable that works for you is hard to do. Whether they're on your wrist, in your ears, or clinging to the underside of your bra, no one really agrees on the best way to make them stick. Either they're too bulky, too uncomfortable, or you just get tired of the whole routine. In fact, when you get a bunch of wearables reviewers together, we whisper about those glorious days when we don't have to wear one at all; when our wrists are bare, and we don't have to deal with the anxiety of failing to reach a daily step goal or count the days since we've crushed it at the gym. (Hint: It's always too many.)

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Go big at the office: This 27-inch Dell monitor is just $125 | ZDNet

One important caveat: It lacks VESA mounting holes. If you want to mount it on an arm or stand, you'll need a special bracket (available online for about $30). Needless to say, that kind of offsets your savings, so if mounting is indeed a priority, you might as well just buy a monitor with VESA holes.

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Ten Alexa skills to celebrate Mom | ZDNet

While we're a bit loath to promote a specific brand, the 1-800-Flowers skill gives you a good idea of how shopping might work through Alexa and a voice interface. Plus, if you're late and you haven't thought of a gift, you can send flowers to Mom. It's a bit complex, because you need to enable Amazon Pay and give address information, but it's really the thought that counts.

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Smart cities: Why Oslo wants its buses to do far more than just transport people | ZDNet

It's not only aiming to build a more efficient and flexible IT system for operating its buses, but it also wants to provide the Norwegian capital with data for new smart-city applications and services.

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IT jobs: How the role of the CIO is changing - again | ZDNet

James Tomkins, chief architect at the Met Office, is one of a new breed of IT leaders who are working for organisations that have embraced digital transformation. He says more change is on the horizon - and it will have a direct impact on the role of the CIO during the next ten years.

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RIP ZTE: Which Chinese smartphone company is next? | ZDNet

Why is this even possible, in this day and age, that a multi-billion dollar Chinese telecommunications company with thousands of employees is effectively forced to close overnight?

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What would Steve Jobs think of today's Apple? | ZDNet

Steve Jobs was never one to leave anyone in any doubt as to what was on his mind, and thanks to hundreds of hours of keynotes, speeches, and interviews, we can get an insight into what he might think about the current state of the company he founded. Feel free to share your favorite Steve Jobs comments in the TalkBack.

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Medium keeps killing off blogs in the name of saving the internet

Williams has a track record of trying to partner with lean publishing programs, only to change Medium’s business model and send these businesses into panic mode . At the same time, he continues to speak about his plans to fix the broken system. It’s true that ad-based digital media is unsustainable, but bringing on journalists and editors and then killing their revenue in the name of a business pivot hardly seems like the appropriate fix. As one person impacted by Medium’s business changes in 2015 told me , the company is “throwing shit at the wall to see what sticks.”

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Mashable on Twitter

Recently saw a NYCT worker squeezing some orange goo into cracks of the ties. Wondering what that stuff was. Also saw replaced steel plates under rail holds tossed between rails. One of those types derailed a train not long after.

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