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Intel Sees $7 Trillion Economy Emerging From Self-Driving Vehicles

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https://news.slashdot.org/story/17/06/04/1344213/after-london-attack-pm-calls-for-internet-regulation-to-fight-terrorists?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter

Prime Minister Theresa May has called for closer regulation of the internet following a deadly terror attack in London... May said on Sunday that a new approach to tackling extremism is required, including changes that would deny terrorists and extremist sympathizers digital tools used to communicate and plan attacks. "We cannot allow this ideology the safe space it needs to breed," May said. "Yet that is precisely what the internet and the big companies that provide internet-based services provide. We need to work with allied democratic governments to reach international agreements that regulate cyberspace to prevent the spread of extremist and terrorism planning."

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How to use the Fresh Start feature in Windows 10 Creators Update - TechRepublic

The Fresh Start feature basically performs a clean install of Windows 10 while leaving your data intact. More specifically, when you choose Fresh Start, it will find and back up all your data, settings, and native apps. After that, it will remove most of the applications from your system and install a fresh copy of the most recent version of Windows 10—which the operation downloads from the Microsoft site, rather than pulling an old copy from a restore partition.

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Cyberweapons are now in play: From US sabotage of a North Korean missile test to hacked emergency sirens in Dallas | ZDNet

It remains to be seen whether CIOs and enterprise companies realize they are already in the middle of a cyberwar. But it is clear that attackers may compromise your company to make a statement, your network could be used as a staging area for a larger attack, and malware is likely to use artificial intelligence in the near future. Enterprises will have to be as vigilant as nation states when it comes to attacks. This story lends perspective on the evolving cyberweapons landscape, how AI will shape the future of security, and best practices for defense.

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Better Wi-Fi in six easy steps | ZDNet

With the countless of devices we have nowadays all wanting a piece of our internet connection, who doesn't want better Wi-Fi? Here's how to get the best possible coverage for the least hassle.

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NASapalooza: a first look at six hot new NAS boxes - Video | ZDNet

What happens when six hot new NAS boxes arrive at the door? It's NASapalooza! In this video, David compares the Synology DiskStation DS1817+, the QNAP TVS-473, the Buffalo TeraStation 5410DN, the TerraMaster NAS F2-420, Western Digital MyCloud PR4100, and the nearly indestructible ioSafe 1515+.

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How to free up gigabytes of space on your iPhone or iPad | ZDNet

Running low on space on your iPhone or iPad? I know it can be a real pain because it can get in the way of you taking a photo, downloading a new app, or even working with a document you have stored on the handset. But fear not! Here's how to free up potentially gigabytes of space with only a few taps.

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Tools for IT professionals | ZDNet

If you're in the business of repairing PCs, smartphones, or tablets, then you need the tools to help you get the job done in a fast, efficient, and safe way. Updated with reader suggestions June 2017.

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'13 Reasons Why' Season 2 isn't losing Hannah, and that's important

"I knew that Netflix and the creators would only come back for a Season 2 if it was going to add to the story," she said. "So when I found out I was coming back and I get to be a part of it, I was just even more excited. I would love to see the quieter moments in Hannah's life that we didn't get to see covered in Season 1. It would be really interesting to see some of those missing pieces. And I'm really excited to see who the new narrator is."

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Android Creator Andy Rubin Debuts 'Essential' Phone

"Don't you hate it when you have to buy new dongles, chargers, and accessories every time your phone is upgraded? We do too," Essential wrote on its website. "So we decided to make this a thing of the past. The magnetic connector with wireless data transfer keeps your phone cord-free, future-proof, and always up-to-date."

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Told you that you were getting good sleep, says Fitbit

When you look at a company with such a large, diverse user base, it’s hard to ignore the sheer volume of data these wearables generate. Since 2010, Fitbit has logged over 4 billion nights of sleep from its users. This gives it a data pool of over 23 million hours of slumber in order to better understand and improve on its tracker’s ability to accurately log sleep patterns.

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After London attack, Facebook says aims to be 'hostile environment' for terrorists

LONDON Facebook said it wanted to make its social media platform a "hostile environment" for terrorists in a statement issued after attackers killed seven people in London and prompted Prime Minister Theresa May to demand action from internet firms.

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Microsoft co-founder built the world’s largest plane to launch rockets into space

Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen has spent the last six years working on a giant aircraft capable of launching rockets to space. Today, his company Stratolaunch Systems literally rolled that plane out of its hangar in the Mojave Desert for the first time ever.

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AR video chat helps you help others

Project Chalk is a video chat app that incorporates augmented reality, allowing you to annotate real-world objects in order to help friends (or family members) with tasks.

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Inside Carnival's tech-filled Medallion cruise ship

With your smartphone and a contactless coin, you can access all kinds of great features on board Carnival's cruise ship.

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USA TODAY Tech on Twitter

Google says it rarely sues — but it made an exception with Uber (Photo: Jefferson Graham) https://usat.ly/2qGTMGH  pic.twitter.com/gTOJ3riidi

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The Macintosh we deserve: How Apple can win back loyalty from professionals - TechRepublic

The best part about the Touch Bar is actually the Touch ID fingerprint scanner. Apple should offer a version of the product with Touch ID, but keep the physical function keys. Another big innovation that it could bring to the MacBook Pro is wireless broadband, so that professionals can keep working when out of Wi-Fi range. This is the one key features that leads a lot of professionals to the iPad. Adding it to the MacBook Pro would be a nice win. Finally, bring back the MagSafe connector. Apple could simple include a USB-C magnetic dongle, or it could include a magnetic USB-C cable like the third-party Griffin Breaksafe.

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KEF's Q350 speaker looks and sounds deeply impressive

The Q350's performance may not be as arresting as the UB5, but if you buy this speaker you won't have to be as careful about picking a powerful receiver or the "right" music. A forward-sounding system like the Elacs sound best with a beefy amp and steady diet of well-produced recordings. But with a pair of the KEF Q350s in your system you can also enjoy Sebadoh, Katy Perry or Metallica without being reminded of their less-than-stellar production quality. There's no pomp, no artifice, just the music the speakers are given.

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Macworld on Twitter

In this episode of The iPhone Show, @OscarRaymundo talks about 3 features he'd like to see in iOS 11. http://buff.ly/2rkSAMA  pic.twitter.com/b7QieyFVrp

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How to install two of the best call blocking apps for iOS 10 - TechRepublic

Learn how to reduce noise by ensuring that spam calls do not interrupt your phone usage. Here's how to utilize iOS 10's call blocking features and a couple of third-party apps.

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CNET UK podcast 521: Secrets of podcasting success with Olly Man

Olly takes Andy through some of the behind-the-scenes secrets that made Answer Me This, which celebrated its 10th birthday in January, such a success. Maybe Andy will learn a thing or two.

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eBay mocks Amazon for being boring

Here's the corollary, though, in eBay's world: eBay is exciting. Oh. The ad shows lots of beige boxes coming out of (what we assume is) Amazon's warehouse. Of course, the ad doesn't mention Amazon by name. Instead, it just says: "When did shopping get so beeeeeeeeeeeige?"

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The 10 Mac games you need to play from May 2017

Summer is nearly upon us, but if you’d rather spend your days in the warm glow of a Mac rather than the hot sun, then you’re in luck: May brought us another fine bounty of new games to check out. The big-budget, open-world crime quest Mafia III headlines the latest stack of Mac releases, letting you battle for control of a massive, New Orleans-esque city in 1968—and that’s not all. Check out our picks for the 10 most exciting releases from May, and if you need a few more recent options, then please loop back on our April list as well.

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WIRED on Twitter

Remembering dozens and dozens of different passwords for different sites is next to impossible. But that doesn’t mean you should be reusing your passwords. That’s just asking for trouble.

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Watch Ariana Grande's 'One Love Manchester' concert live on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter

Fans will also be able to donate to help victims of the bombing that killed 22 people and injured others after the pop star's concert in Manchester last month.

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Forbes Tech News on Twitter

Here is Mary Meeker's Internet Trends report for 2017: http://on.forbes.com/60178YUY5  pic.twitter.com/yrZkeFKW3a

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The Eve V is the USB-C Surface Pro that Microsoft won’t make

Performance and battery life assessments will have to wait for a full review, of course. But what I can say about the Eve V after spending a little time with it is that there aren’t any obvious red flags in its design, apart from a backspace button that’s inexplicably labeled “oops!” The build quality is solid, with subtle rounded edges that make it feel friendlier than a Surface Pro. There is almost no branding beyond a light pattern underneath the kickstand and a triangle logo on the V key. The design is obviously derivative, but it’s a good-looking machine for what it is.

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Mars rover's home crater was a potential hotbed for life

NASA landed the Curiosity rover in Mars' Gale Crater precisely because it promised to be a sort of open book that revealed a lot about the planet's history. Well, scientists have been busy reading... and it looks like the crater had an intriguing past. Two newly published research papers indicate that Gale was a warm lake for for a period of about 700 million years, ending about 3.1 billion years ago. In other words, it was habitable for a very long time. Even then, groundwater persisted for a long time afterwards.

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Waymo working on competitor to Uber's self-driving trucks

Waymo, the self-driving division of Google, has confirmed that alongside an expansion to its autonomous car efforts, it is looking to develop self-driving trucks.

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Dan Aykroyd Attacks Ghostbusters Reboot Director

“[ Ghostbusters ] made a lot of money around the world but just cost too much, making it economically not feasible to do another one. So that’s too bad. The director, he spent too much on it. He didn’t shoot scenes we suggested to him and several scenes that were going to be needed and he said, ‘Nah, we don’t need them.’ Then we tested the movie and they needed them and he had to go back. About $30 to $40-million in reshoots. So he will not be back on the Sony lot any time soon.”

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The Best Laptops of 2017

Walk down any laptop aisle and you'll notice that the selection of laptops has become dramatically thinner and sleeker. Each of these wafer-thin systems represents a new vision for ultraportable computing: a no-compromises laptop light enough that you'll forget it's in your briefcase, with a long-lasting battery that will keep you working even when no power outlet is available. Fast storage, whether by way of a full 128GB or 256GB solid-state drive (SSD) or, more affordably, 32GB to 64GB of eMMC flash, give these ultraportables the ability to resume work in seconds after being idle or asleep for days. Intel's marketing focus has migrated to the convertible-hybrid laptops and detachable-hybrid tablets that it refers to as 2-in-1 devices (see the next section for more information), but ultraportables are still a distinct category.

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Amazon Now Has Every Issue of Omni, the Scifi 'Magazine of the Future'

Unlike Internet Archive, accessing the high-resolution issues on Amazon isn’t free. Each issue costs $2.99— except for those with Kindle Unlimited, who can read all of them for free. Jerrick Media is also releasing episodes of the short-lived TV series, Omni: The New Frontier, which you can rent on Vimeo for 99-cents an episode (or buy them for $1.99 each). Three have been released so far.

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World's largest airplane is rolled out

(CNN) Even if you had been allowed to kick the tires as the world's largest airplane was rolled out for the first time Wednesday, it might have taken you a while.

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Thumbs up! These smart gloves translate sign language to text

Gesture-recognition technology is truly breaking through the sound barrier, opening up a whole new way of communicating for people who are deaf.

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The Best VPN Services of 2017

Be sure to consider transparency and the privacy policy of a VPN service before you buy a subscription. See if the policy spells out what the service does, what information it collects, and what its responsibilities are. Some companies explain that they collect some information, but don't inform you about how they intend to use that information. Others are more transparent. TorGuard, for example, has a clear explanation of how it keeps track of payment card information without maintaining any logging information. As part of your research, you should also be sure to find out where the company is based. Some countries don't have data-retention laws, making it easier to keep a promise of "We don't keep any logs."

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This box of graphics cards is immersed in liquid to keep cool

I dipped my finger into a bottle of Novec and felt my finger go cold as the liquid quickly evaporated from my body heat alone. I'm told you can dip your finger into the fluid in the box, even as all the electrical components are running, as Novec is nonconducting. That said, you probably don't want to as it's pretty hot, as I could feel from touching the sides of the box.

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USA TODAY Tech on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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The Best Noise-Canceling Headphones of 2017

Noise-canceling headphones use microphones that listen to outside noise and special circuitry that analyzes it and generates a counter-signal. This signal does more than simply block out noise, like thick earpads on headphones (that is called noise isolation); it actively cancels out the noise to generate a quiet that's unaffected by what's going on around you. The best noise-canceling headphones work so well, many owners will put them on, turn on the power, and not listen to anything through them—just to enjoy the silence.

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HBO Nordic Basically Confirms Return of 'That' Valyrian Steel Dagger

HBO Nordic shared an image on its Facebook page over the weekend, as part of HBO’s “Prepare For Winter” campaign to get fans to binge-watch the entire show over the next six weeks. The subject of the photo is a series of kitchen knives hanging on the wall, except one of those things is not like the others: It’s the Catspaw Dagger, a Valyrian steel weapon that hasn’t been seen since season 1. It could be unrelated to season 7, of course, but that would make it the biggest and weirdest coincidence in the history of Westeros.

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President Trump rages on Twitter after London attack

Commentary: While other government leaders tweet their sympathies, the president's first concern is his travel ban.

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E3 2017: Everything you need to know about this year's gaming extravaganza

E3 is the world’s biggest gaming show. Every June, the video game development community and press gather in Los Angeles to learn about what the next year has in store for the world of video games. This year 15,000 members of the public will be joining the party too. 

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Does HDR hurt to watch?

A small, bright object in a dark room confuses your eye. The "average" amount of light is low, your irises open up, and the bright "pinpoint" of light strains part of your retinas. A larger TV, or sitting closer to your current TV, will fill a greater percentage of your field of view. With more of your eye filled with light, your irises will contract, so less light overall is hitting your retinas. Generally this will mean less eye fatigue.

43 What it’s like aboard Carnival’s smart cruise ship

Later that night, shipyard workers pumped water back under the ship to send it up the Elbe River into the North Sea. By afternoon the next day, the ship was docked in Copenhagen, Denmark. For the next few months the ship will travel the world, its true power lying dormant. Carnival will flick the switch in November and the first Medallion Class guests will board at Port Everglades in Florida. Despite the ship's upgrades -- the cost of which Carnival hasn't disclosed -- the company isn't planning to charge more for Medallion cruises.

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Engadget on Twitter

‘District 9’ director to debut his new sci-fi flick on Steam http://bit.ly/2rBcd4D  pic.twitter.com/lWqoA5YYoj

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Facial recognition tech makes it official: There is no privacy anymore

“ Our mission is to make the world a safer and a more comfortable place. Our product strategy and all projects implemented using our technology are aimed at achieving this purpose. Any technology can be used for both harm and good. We believe that the positive effect of global implementation will exceed the number of controversial cases by millions of times. It is strange to expect that in the era of private space flights, virtual augmented reality and the digital economy, the information transparency of a person will remain at the level of 50 years ago. People need to rebuild their minds and rethink the notion of privacy.”

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The Verge on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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Essential Home is an Amazon Echo competitor that puts privacy first

Essential Home is the new intelligent assistant with round "auto-display" just announced by Andy Rubin's new venture. It can be activated with a question, a tap, or even a "glance," according to Essential, and it's designed to never intrude upon the home. In that way Essential calls it "an entirely new type of product" but it mostly borrows ideas from existing products in an attempt to outdo them.

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Walk this way towards better wearables security

The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) have invented a new layer of security for wearables, by tracking the way the owner walks and recognizing slight alterations in the style.

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What You Need to Know to Run Your First Influencer Campaign

So, you’ve decided to launch your first influencer campaign. It’s definitely a good option - word-of-mouth marketing generates more than twice the sales of paid advertising, according to a  McKinsey Study . Furthermore, influencer-generated marketing customers have a 37% higher retention rate. Clearly, influencer marketing can be highly effective in increasing awareness and driving sales. The key to achieving these results, however, is ensuring that you're effectively handling your influencer marketing campaigns, an area where many marketers - particularly startups - still struggle. Below, we cover what you need to know before launching your first influencer campaign.

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Roborace autonomous car steps it up for Formula E Paris ePrix

Roborace, a collaborative autonomous development that uses Formula E tracks to test the robocar, managed to complete a full lap at Paris ePrix last week.

51 'I'm Dying Up Here' Ari Graynor on the trials and triumphs of women in comedy
52 Engadget on Twitter
53 Why is the chief data officer a crucial role? - Video | ZDNet
54 karan/Projects
55 5 reasons you'll want Intel's crazy new Core i9 CPUs, and 3 reasons you won't
56 USA TODAY Tech on Twitter
57 The final season of 'Game of Thrones' might not air until 2019 and how are we supposed to live?
58 Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times
59 Real-life filming locales from 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'
60 Paul Allen's company unveils massive rocket-launching plane - Video | ZDNet
61 8 engineering and tech jobs with the fastest-growing pay in 2017
62 iOS 11 Feature Wishlist: iPad Multitasking Overhaul
63 Why a laptop ban could be good for productivity - Video | ZDNet
64 2 Ways to Quickly Open a New Tab in Safari on iPhone
65 Be prepared: Create a Windows 10 Recovery Drive - TechRepublic
66 Is recorded music better than live music -- or is it the other way around?
67 World in motion: in conversation with the mo-cap artist behind Destiny's Lord Saladin
68 NASA rocket releasing trippy fake clouds Friday morning
69 Facebook Safety Check activated after London Bridge attack
70 Windows 10: Get ready for PCs with 'beyond all-day' battery life - TechRepublic
71 WWDC 2017: Siri will make or break Apple | ZDNet
72 Nokia 3310: Bare bones and lovin’ it
73 Instant tethering is coming to Chrome OS to make it easier to get online
74 Plex now gets live TV from an antenna
75 Walmart taps store associates for last-mile delivery program | ZDNet
76 SpaceX successfully launches reused Dragon spacecraft for ISS resupply
77 Rotimatic makes flatbread a breeze, but it'll set you back $1,000
78 Testing the new Nokia 3310's camera in London
79 Before buying a sound bar, consider the alternatives
80 Understanding Excel's conditional formatting rules can help prevent unintended results - TechRepublic
81 FCC Considering Nightmare Rules That Allow Telemarketers to Go Straight to Voicemail
82 After London attack, British PM pushes internet surveillance agenda
83 Diversity in Open Source Is Even Worse Than in Tech Overall
84 CNN Tech on Twitter
85 Facebook is broken
86 How to Watch WWDC 2017 Keynote Live
87 Three computer vision experts join TechCrunch’s Tel Aviv event
88 NowThis on Twitter
89 Doctor Who: Lie of the Land review
90 Steve Ballmer: We should have turned Microsoft into a “world-class hardware company”
91 My year of saying yes to everything
92 MIT Tech Review on Twitter
93 'Wonder Woman' $100 million box office is the best opening for a female director
94 Macworld on Twitter
95 VPC’s MongoosT-50 joystick: A rare Russian-style controller for skies or space