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Retrobatch for Mac means you can finally ditch Photoshop

Retrobatch is a batch image processor from the maker of Acorn. It can process whole folders of images, and even detect which photos contain hot dogs.

Fitbit brings female health tracking and quick replies to the Versa and Ionic

When Fitbit introduced the Versa, it promised two important features for its smartwatch OS: female health tracking and Quick Replies.  Those features have finally arrived. As a recap, the Fitbit is giving its two most advanced devices, the Versa and Ionic, the ability to track and record female health details including logging your menstrual cycle, recording symptoms, …

Zoom through the Apple parking garage with this dashcam video

A Lyft driver hit the record button on his dashcam as he drove through the Apple parking garage at the new spaceship campus.

Yes, you can really slip on a banana peel. Let this woman show you how.

I hope the banana did not actually do her harm.

A man called Feliks Zemdegs smashed the Rubik's Cube world record

Most of us struggle to finish a single side, but it took Feliks Zemdegs 4.22 seconds to fully solve the Rubik's cube. New world record!

Melania Trump unironically announces cyberbullying campaign

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Drive.ai is launching an autonomous ride-hailing network in Texas

Drive.ai, the self-driving car startup with roots in Stanford’s Artificial Intelligence Lab, has partnered with Frisco, Texas and the Hall Group to deploy the first autonomous ride-hailing platform in the state of Texas.

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Microsoft’s Project Ink Analysis lets developers add handwriting recognition to their apps

As part of its Build developer conference, Microsoft today announced Project Ink Analysis , a new service under its Cognitive Services brand of AI products that will allow developers to add support for handwriting and other shape recognition to their apps. The company says that this service will be available for Windows and other platforms.

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Fortnite Gets Avengers: Infinity War Crossover - IGN

EW  has revealed the Infinity Gauntlet Limited Time Mashup mode for Fortnite: Battle Royale. The Avengers: Infinity War crossover will see the gauntlet actually appearing on the map, and the person who obtains it will transform into Thanos — including all of his powers.

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How to make CISOs comfortable with cloud security

"It makes a lot more sense for CISOs to be spending time and effort building a strong security team, and educating developers on secure cloud processes, than spending all their time governing and monitoring providers," Kirilenko said. "They're going to get better results if they spend effort on building that strong security team, easing the implementation of cloud security for developers who right now are actually going around security. Often times they don't correctly implement cloud security, and this increases the risk of using their cloud vendor."

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Photos: The best tech-inspired gifts for Mother's Day

Fur babies count, too. The Furbo is for the dog moms in your life. It has a camera with 1080p full HD, 4x zoom, 160° wide-angle and night vision. And it allows you to talk to your pet and toss it an occasional treat. It provides alerts if your dog is getting more active, so that you can know what your pet is up to when you're away.

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Microsoft debuts 'Your Phone' app promising to mirror iPhone on Windows PCs

At its annual Build conference in Seattle, Microsoft on Monday revealed "Your Phone," an upcoming app that will let people mirror iPhone and Android interfaces in Windows 10.

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South Korea's IoT in full swing: From water meters to AI-powered smart buildings | ZDNet

Gochang is a relatively small, rural county in South Korea in North Jeolla Province, 260 kilometres south of the capital Seoul. It borders the Yellow Sea to its west with a 70-kilometre coastal line, and, by all accounts, it's quite a sight. The county has a very small population of just 58,181 as of March 2018, according to the Ministry of Interior, in an area of 606.90 square kilometres. That's a slightly larger area than Seoul, which has a population of 9.86 million as of 2017 or around 20 percent of the country's 50 million.

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Microsoft Build Live 2018

Microsoft Build Live is a free digital gathering where you’ll learn about the forces shaping the future—AI, Machine Learning, Cloud Computing, App Development, and a wide range of other topics.

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Gizmodo on Twitter

Digital rights groups ask Congress for help as Russia ramps up its war on Telegram http://gizmo.do/ssMvwDV  pic.twitter.com/ZYnt1iddJW

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Watch the Arrested Development season 5 trailer and get ready for its return to Netflix

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The Verge on Twitter

we have a Surface Hub at my office. don't know how many 100s of thousands of dollars we spent buying them for our offices around globe, but i DO know how we use ours We hook up an HDMI cable to our Macbook Pro stream out our daily standup from Chrome. it's a $20k fucking monitor.

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Encrypt.me

Encrypt.me has generally worked well for me. Previously, there was an issue in which the VPN would automatically turn on with trusted wireless networks. That bug was squashed but I am experiencing that issue again! Weird. by Arthur Cunningham of Milwaukee

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Uber's fatal self-driving crash reportedly caused by software

The software is supposed to ignore what are known as "false positives," or objects that wouldn't be an issue for the vehicle, like a plastic bag or piece of paper. Company executives told The Information that they believe the system was tuned in a way that made it react less to these objects -- meaning it reportedly didn't react fast enough when the pedestrian crossed the street.

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Microsoft Build 2018: What to Expect

Microsoft just put out a huge Windows 10 update in advance of its big annual developers conference. What can we expect to be announced?

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JBL’s new soundbar brings Android TV and Google Assistant to sets via HDMI

Given the downright deluge of news over the past couple of weeks, one has to wonder what, precisely, Google is keeping up its sleeve for I/O. The big event doesn’t kick off until tomorrow morning, but the company just dropped another interesting announcement: JBL Link Bar.

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The Verge 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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Tech watchdogs call on Facebook and Google for transparency around censored content

If a company like Facebook can’t even understand why its moderation tools work the way they do, then its users certainly don’t have a fighting shot. Anyway, that’s the idea behind what a coalition of digital rights groups are calling The Santa Clara Principles  (PDF), “a set of minimum standards” aimed at Facebook, Google, Twitter and other tech companies that moderate the content published on their platforms.

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Microsoft’s new IntelliCode is a smarter IntelliSense

Microsoft tells me that the feature works by understanding the context of the code you are currently working on. Thanks to a machine learning model that has been trained by looking at lots of code, the tool can understand what you’re trying to achieve and then (hopefully) make the right suggestions based on the context and patterns in your own code.

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The Verge 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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Gizmodo on Twitter

NASA's tiny, Mars-bound satellites have successfully signaled home http://gizmo.do/KSHIsrV  pic.twitter.com/wJiew5fDK0

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Apple just squashing bugs with latest iOS and macOS betas | Cult of Mac

The fourth beta of the next versions of iOS, macOS, watchOS, and tvOS just became available for developers. Apple has apparently reached the point where it’s not adding new features to these, but is fixing bugs.

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Gizmodo on Twitter

Relive the best part of the Star Wars prequels with these custom-built RC pod racers http://gizmo.do/oMbqNxh  pic.twitter.com/AumFypaIxu

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Lifehacker on Twitter

Here's how to train like a fitness competitor: http://lifehac.kr/qZDqKA9  pic.twitter.com/mX16CXyV4Y

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IGN on Twitter

Er...sorry for the previous typo, we were too excited. Nintendo Switch Online will introduce cloud saves & launch alongside 20 classic NES games. Full details here: http://www.ign.com/articles/2018/05/08/nintendo-switch-online-will-introduce-cloud-saves … pic.twitter.com/iVHu0e7z19

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Lifehacker 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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Gizmodo on Twitter

Rick Moranis will voice his Spaceballs character Dark Helmet for a cameo on The Goldbergs http://gizmo.do/NdxYaAC  pic.twitter.com/pHGClUSEiO

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Twitter has an unlaunched ‘Secret’ encrypted messages feature

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Lifehacker on Twitter

Add this blueberry pan sauce on to any meat for a summery treat: http://lifehac.kr/Cu2JHHW  pic.twitter.com/tN1jops5hI

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Lifehacker on Twitter

Try to contain your kids' artistic mess with a serving tray: http://lifehac.kr/A6ZfXcy  pic.twitter.com/brjn2HEhWH

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Bloomberg Technology on Twitter

Is Jack Ma's online finance giant getting too big for Beijing? https://bloom.bg/2KIZnY8  pic.twitter.com/XIYbzKZnaT

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Nvidia Cancels GeForce Partner Program

Rather than fighting all these claims, Nvidia decided to end the program most likely due to the negative press it continued to garner. In the blog post, John Teeple, director of Partner Marketing at Nvidia said, "A lot has been said recently about our GeForce Partner Program. The rumors, conjecture and mistruths go far beyond its intent. Rather than battling misinformation, we have decided to cancel the program."

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Gizmodo on Twitter

The new Luke Cage trailer debuts a villain who can break the unbreakable man http://gizmo.do/r8kNszy  pic.twitter.com/03m6v20Npf

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Lifehacker on Twitter

We sat down with @NellSco to talk about how to break into TV comedy: http://lifehac.kr/AQqX4QX  pic.twitter.com/tpV0jcePD5

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Lifehacker on Twitter

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Stargate Origins' best Easter eggs and callbacks http://gizmo.do/sLOJc4V  pic.twitter.com/JVr8T71gA9

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4 women-owned companies making the sex tech industry more approachable

Says Goicochea: "When you look at the orgasm gap, women often have to go to a sex shop to get a toy...That's a really uncomfortable experience, it's over-assorted, it's confusing, you don't really have any options that are minimal. Everything's quite bright and loud. And we were like, this is an absolute must-have for many people in order to have an orgasm, so why isn't it created and treated like an essential?"

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Rambo 5 Reportedly in the Works with Sylvester Stallone - IGN

Deadline reports Stallone will reprise his role as Vietnam veteran John Rambo for the fifth film in the franchise. The actor is penning the screenplay but it's not likely he'll direct the project.

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Lifehacker on Twitter

Shhhhh! Here's why you should watch silent movies with your kid: http://lifehac.kr/pZXeO2D  pic.twitter.com/Nm3BSjMbQ0

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Mattis urges anti-China measure to be included in U.S. defence bill

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Defense Secretary Jim Mattis urged top lawmakers shepherding a must-pass defence bill through Congress to include measures that would tighten oversight of foreign investment in the United States in hopes of hampering Chinese efforts to gain access to sensitive U.S. technology.

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How mutual masturbation can help close the orgasm gap

Savage believes that straight couples should take a leaf out of gay people's books when it comes to bringing mutual masturbation into the bedroom: "A lot of the sex that gay people have is mutual masturbation, which a lot of straight people — guys in particular — don’t think counts as sex, or is some sort of tragic consolation prize." Savage says we need to reframe the way we view the concept of mutual masturbation, and see it as "the main event" rather than "a pity-not-fuck." "If straight people approach mutual masturbation as a rich and rewarding form of sexual expression it would improve their sex lives so much," says Savage.

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Apple could introduce a triple-lens iPhone in the second half of 2019

“Huawei Technologies Co. is expected to drive triple-camera lens adoption by introducing a lower-spec device for the Mate 20 model, while Apple is likely to launch a new iPhone model with a triple-lens rear camera in the second half of next year,” reporter Kevin Chen wrote, attributing the information to a note to investors last week from analyst Jeff Pu of Yuanta Securities Investment Consulting Co.

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To save thousands on GDPR compliance, some companies are blocking all EU users

To ensure compliance with the EU's upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), companies such as GDPR Shield are offering tools for blocking EU users altogether.

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The Verge on Twitter

Microsoft will always have to innovate - or at least try to - because the startups and smaller companies are so quick and nimble to a changing market.

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Lifehacker on Twitter

Stop overthinking it and just make a marinade: http://lifehac.kr/i23rrXL  pic.twitter.com/JLehCHI0jw

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Lifehacker on Twitter

Time to get the money Wells Fargo owes you before the claim deadline passes: http://lifehac.kr/bP1Uq8w  pic.twitter.com/1nUgqmmRTK

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The Center for Disease Control really wants to ruin poppy seed muffins for you

To clarify, the CDC isn't saying that the muffins are now infested with ticks, merely that ticks can be the same size as poppy seeds. It seems like there are so very many ways they could have communicated this instead of spoiling a beloved breakfast item.

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Google’s Android Things IoT platform comes out of beta

As part of today’s launch, Google announced support for a couple of new System-on-Modules for Things based on the NXP i.MX8M, Qualcomm SDA212, Qualcomm SDA624 and MediaTek MT8516 hardware platforms. These join the Raspberry Pi 3 Model B and NXP i.MX7D devices that were previously supported. If you bet on the NXP i.MX6UL, you’re out of luck, though, as support for that platform is being phased out.

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Lifehacker on Twitter

Check yourself for skin cancer with the ABCDEs of Melanoma: http://lifehac.kr/aOhij4V  #melanomamonday pic.twitter.com/bhZDeJmsI4

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Lifehacker on Twitter

So, you want to learn how to code? Here's how to get started: http://lifehac.kr/M1SYZz1  pic.twitter.com/CY81N0TsU2

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58 Nice: Here are 50 of the funniest euphemisms for masturbation
59 Beginning in July, All iOS App Updates Must be Built With iOS 11 SDK and Support iPhone X Super Retina Display
60 Gizmodo on Twitter
61 Microsoft brings its Visual Studio App Center lifecycle management tool to GitHub
62 The Verge on Twitter
63 Uncovered police document from the 'Satanic Panic' of the 1980s is incredibly bizarre
64 Snap names Amazon's Tim Stone as CFO
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66 What Groot Says to Rocket During Avengers: Infinity War's Conclusion - IGN
67 Solange asked Twitter for advice on what to wear to the MET Gala
68 Snap hires Amazon veteran Tim Stone as CFO
69 John McCain doesn't want Trump at his funeral
70 The Verge on Twitter
71 Bloomberg Technology on Twitter
72 UK police say 92% false positive facial recognition is no big deal
73 Instagram may soon offer a soundtrack for your Stories
74 Anthem: All News, Trailers, Gameplay, and Rumors - IGN
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76 Spotlight: Briarwood Products offers COs a solution to the danger of improvised weapons
77 Arrested Development: Season 5 Premiere Date Announced - IGN
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80 Microsoft says nearly 700M devices now run Windows 10
81 Gizmodo on Twitter
82 Microsoft and DJI team up to bring smarter drones to the enterprise
83 Nintendo introduces Switch cloud saves as part of paid online subscription
84 Microsoft to show off Your Phone app for Windows 10 at Build
85 Elon Musk quietly dating musician Grimes
86 Are You Overusing Exclamation Marks In Work Emails?
87 Does Facebook need to live up to a social contract?
88 Accused of sexual assault, New York attorney general suing Harvey Weinstein resigns
89 There Are No 'Concrete Plans' for Solo Sequels, Says Director Ron Howard - IGN
90 $820 million for maker of a Stormtrooper robot? Here's why it was a smart move. | ZDNet
91 Build 2018: Microsoft embraces its new platforms, Azure and Microsoft 365
92 These Are The Emails You Should Send When You Start A New Job
93 iOS tips: What to do when you run out of storage on your iPhone or iPad | ZDNet
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