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JUST IN: Uber fired 20 people after sexual harassment investigation, probing 215 complaints going back to 2012 - source pic.twitter.com/KIskjJWom6

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iOS 11 just introduced the one keyboard feature we've all been waiting for

As iPhones continue to get larger, especially for the Plus models, a one-handed keyboard is a small touch that can go a long way in improving the experience of using the phone. iOS 11 is now available for developers and the beta version will be open to the public later this month. The update will later come as a free software update for iPhone 5S and all subsequent models, this fall.

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Amazon launches a low-cost version of Prime for customers on government assistance

Amazon announced today it’s making its Prime membership program more affordable to customers on government assistance programs, including food stamps. The program, which requires that customers have a valid Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card to qualify, will bring the cost of Prime down from $10.99 per month to just half that, at $5.99 per month instead.

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Uber fired more than 20 employees after receiving 215 claims of sexual harassment

The investigation by outside law firm Perkins Coie looked into 215 claims of sexual harassment, taking no action in 100 instances, Bloomberg said. There are still cases under investigation as well.

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Pinterest Raises $150 Million at 2015 Share Price

The last fundraising round was in April 2015, valuing the business at about $11 billion. Because the number of shares in the company has grown over time, its new valuation is $12.3 billion, Pinterest said. The company filed securities documents associated with the financing, which were analyzed by private stock market firm Equidate and shared with Bloomberg.

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Amazon, Reddit, the ACLU, and more set net neutrality ‘day of action’

The protest day is set five days before the first deadline for comments on the FCC’s proposal, a move that also mimics the 2014 protest. Ultimately, the Democrat-led FCC decided in 2015 to use strong Title II regulations to enforce net neutrality. The current FCC, led by Trump-appointed chairman Ajit Pai, is now attempting to do away with those rules.

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Source: Bozoma Saint John heads to Uber from Apple

Last week, ahead of WWDC, there was a ripple of news when it was discovered  that Bozoma Saint John — one of the more noticeable execs at the company for being a woman of color, who led an Apple Music demo at the previous year’s WWDC to some acclaim — was leaving Apple. Now TechCrunch has learned where she’s landing: she’s going to Uber.

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WhatsApp for iOS gets filters for photos, videos, and GIFs

WhatsApp users with iPhones will soon be able to add filters to photos, videos, and GIFs, one of three changes to the popular app announced today.

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Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are coming to Nintendo 3DS in November

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon are coming to Nintendo 3DS in November

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Apple takes on Amazon Echo with $350 Siri-powered HomePod - TechRepublic

SiriKit also has more capabilities in iOS11, including easy integrations with apps for task management, banking, and others. The digital assistant can better understand your voice, the context of your requests, your interests, how you use your device, and ultimately, what you want next, Federighi said. It can now predict what news stories you might want to read, and can respond to a text message asking "Where are you?" with an estimation of when you will arrive at a given location. It can also make a calendar appointment based on an event booked through Safari.

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Apple just made every MacBook faster - here's what's new http://tnw.me/Jd75boU  #wwdc2017 pic.twitter.com/JXf7WqnqU5

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Lyft wants to bring self-driving cars to Boston in the coming months

The two companies are working together to prepare for the era of self-driving Lyfts. They're trying to plan out the whole experience from a customer ordering a ride to getting in the car to what happens while the ride is underway. They're also redesigning the Lyft app to run on tablets placed inside the self-driving cars, Green said.

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HomePod, iOS 11, iMac Pro: All the news from Apple WWDC 2017

Both iPad Pros will get new displays, with True Tone, DCI-P3 gamut, 600-nit brightness and ultralow reflectivity. A new feature, Pro Motion, bumps the refresh rate to 120Hz. Latency drops to 20ms with the Apple Pencil. They're also faster, thanks to the 12-core GPU and six-core CPU Fusion A10X chip. A better camera with 4K and wide-gamut capture is another hardware highlight, along with USB-C fast charging. They both come with 64GB memory and start at $650 for the smaller and $800 for the larger model. They'll be available next week.

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Apple Helped U.K. Investigate Terrorist Attacks, CEO Says

Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook said the company has helped U.K. officials investigate terror attacks, while reiterating his dismay over U.S. plans to quit the Paris agreement on climate change.

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Facebook Live videos now feature closed captioning

Facebook Live videos are now able to include closed captioning, Facebook announced today, granting more access to the hearing impaired. Closed captioning has been on the agenda for Facebook since April when it was first alluded to at its  annual F8 developer conference .

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Catching up with all of the WWDC news from last night? This is everything you need to know about iOS 11 http://buff.ly/2sMBeGr  pic.twitter.com/05PHUXlfHm

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Enigma: Why the fight to break Nazi encryption still matters

Breaking into the U-boat's "Shark" code in 1943 set in motion a series of dominoes that ultimately led to the Nazi defeat. Intercepted U-boat messages made the Allies better at sinking the vessels, which contributed to the German Navy's decision to pull its U-boats out of the Atlantic later that year, Kenyon says. That respite allowed the Allies to prepare for D-Day in 1944 and to end the war in 1945.

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Inside iOS 11: Apple's Photos app gains native support for animated GIFs

Apple's upcoming iOS 11 will add support for viewing animated GIFs in the native Photos app, and it will also automatically sort them into a dedicated folder of animated images, making it even easier to find the pictures you are looking for.

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How one healthcare giant embraced digital transformation and reinvented itself with the cloud - TechRepublic

What has enabled us to maintain our leadership is our adoption of cloud-native applications and agile methodologies. When we explored our move to the cloud, we knew we needed more than infrastructure as a service: We needed a platform to drive transformation and innovation faster. The platform needed to work on multiple clouds, with multiple programming languages. We needed something fast, fault tolerant, and that scaled easily. We wanted to run workloads in different locations, based on the requirements we had, and we wanted it to be seamless and easy.

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Apple halves 2TB iCloud plan to $9.99 a month

Among the many announcements at WWDC yesterday, Apple cut the cost of its 2TB iCloud storage plan in half — from $19.99 a month to $9.99. This replaces the now-defunct 1TB plan that was previously offered at that price point.

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NASA Lit a Fire in Space Again Because at This Point Sure Why Not

Besides getting the chance to light a fire in space, which is objectively awesome, SAFFIRE can help NASA scientists understand how fire spreads in microgravity and prepare safety measures accordingly. Fire is especially dangerous during orbital missions because astronauts are typically enclosed in pretty tight quarters and ventilation fans onboard can feed a fire the air it needs to move in any direction .

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WND Partners With Sigfox To Supply UK With IoT Network

Internet of Things network operator Wireless Network Devices (WND) has announced a partnership with Sigfox to build a national UK IoT network by the end of 2018.

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Cowboy Bebop Is Getting an American, Live-Action TV Series

In the original Cowboy Bebop series that ran for 26 episodes and concluded in 1999, humans have fled an uninhabitable Earth in favor of various colonized planet where groups of bounty hunters make a living tracking down rogue criminals. The series chronicles the adventures of the Bebop, a ship piloted by one Spike Spiegel (a con artist,) his partner Jet Black (a former police officer,) Faye Valentine (a con artist dealing with amnesia,) Ed Wong (a prodigy hacker,) and their dog Ein, a superhumanly intelligent corgi.

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In the coming cloud computing war, storage is the next front

As the market wheels keep on turning, there is no stopping the pricing trends that are already in the works. Prices for virtual machines and object storage will continue to fall. According to the 451 Research Digital Economics Unit, what we may soon get to witness are relational databases entering the competitive ring of fire. At the same time, expect to see new services such as Amazon’s Lambda, which is priced in time to execute commands versus pricing per virtual machine model.

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watchOS 4 Focuses on Fun and Fundamentals

Apple has announced the fourth major update to watchOS for the Apple Watch. Improvements include person-to-person payments, enhanced fitness tracking, and updated music controls, plus new watch faces.

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Apple’s Cook Says Trump ‘Decided Wrong’ on Paris Accord

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The Nintendo Switch is getting its first Pokémon game

As a "deluxe" version of the original "Pokkén Tournament" game for the Wii U, the new game will feature five new Pokémon, bringing the total number of playable characters to 21. The new, "deluxe" features include 3-on-3 team battles, online ranked matches, and friend-only one-on-one and group matches that don't impact your global ranking.

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MacOS High Sierra has some really cool new features

High Sierra will use the new Apple File System (APFS) as a new default file system instead of HFS Plus. This new file system has lots of improvements including the ability to instantly duplicate a very large amount of data.

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The best new feature for the Apple Watch proves Apple is serious about fitness tracking

If you've ever tried to track your indoor workouts, you may have noticed some discrepancies between what your fitness tracker tells you and what the treadmill tells you, and it can be hard to tell which one to listen to. The new technology will hopefully eliminate that confusion and make for better workouts for both fitness buffs and beginners alike.

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AR you ready? Here's why Apple can win augmented reality

Apple ARKit could be the right AR solution at the right time. It gives developers the tools they need to develop apps with augmented reality features, and the price of entry for users is as simple as owning an iPhone or iPad. 

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California, China defy U.S. climate retreat with new cleantech tie-up

BEIJING California said it would cooperate with China on clean technology, emissions trading and other "climate-positive" efforts in a bid to fill a gap left after U.S. President Donald Trump pulled out of the Paris climate accord last week.

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Say hello to Apple's HomePod smart speaker

Meet Apple's new HomePod smart speaker, which for $349 will have the Siri assistant on board and take on the Amazon Echo and Google Home.

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DigitalOcean improves production workload protection with firewalls

DigitalOcean launched a new firewall service today that’s aimed at making it easier for developers to protect the virtual machines they have running in the company’s cloud.

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The Internet of Things Connectivity Binge: What Are the Implications?

Judith Donath of Harvard University’s Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society wrote, “People will move more deeply into connected life – and they also will be moved there whether they want to be or not. The connection of the physical world to information networks enables the collection of an unimaginably vast amount of data about each of us, making it possible to closely model how we think and to devise increasingly effective ways of influencing how we act and what we believe. Attaining this ability is extraordinarily valuable to anyone with something to sell or promote. The crucial key is getting people to provide the data, and it’s not surprising that we’re already seeing many once stand-alone objects (watches, heart rate monitors, thermostats, cameras, house keys and so on) turn into data-collecting network devices. My concern with the safety of things that are part of deeply connected world is not about its security and the dangers of being hacked (though those are real, and quite serious) but with the dangers that come with their intended uses: collecting a vast amount of intimate data about each person, while weaving themselves into everyday life as a source of great convenience and pampering.

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Michael Moore launches 'Trumpileaks' website for whistleblowers

Michael Moore is starting a new secure website called "Trumpileaks" for whistleblowers to share information from the Trump administration. The website, which features encrypted messaging apps like Signal and Peerio, offers instructions to leakers for send information digitally or through the mail. Moore wrote in a letter on the site that it is a "patriotic duty" to leak information coming out of the White House. ADVERTISEMENT "From the time you opened this letter to the time you get to the bottom of it, there’s a decent chance that our President will have violated the constitution, obstructed justice, lied to the American people, encouraged or supported acts of violence, or committed some horrible mistake that would’ve ended any other politician's career (or sent you or I to jail). And just like all the times he’s done so in the past, he will get away with it," Moore wrote.  Moore’s website comes one day after a government contractor was charged with leaking classified information to a news outlet. Reality Leigh Winner reportedly sent a top secret National Security Agency document to The Intercept that alleged Russian military intelligence launched a 2016 cyberattack on a voting software company.

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HomeKit sweet home: The Apple-powered house of the future is ready for you to move in | ZDNet

"This is part of the thinking we've got around extending our relationship with the customer beyond the initial one year move-in timeframe, which is traditionally around how much of the industry has viewed its customer base... the goal would be to view ourselves as a shelter partner and really provide you with feedback on how the very expensive investment you've made -- probably the most expensive you'll ever make in your life -- is behaving," Foley said." I think the quantified self is going to become the quantified home."

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Warning: iOS 11 won't work with these iPhones and iPads - TechRepublic

The upcoming iOS 11 software update is only compatible with 64-bit devices. This means that the iPhone 5 and 5c, along with certain iPads, won't support it.

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Saint John rose to prominence last year at Apple’s annual developer conference, where she introduced a revised version of the company’s music streaming service designed to make it easier to use. She told Business Insider that her role at Uber will be to burnish the company’s brand and make it more like Apple’s. “It’s grown so quickly in such a short amount of time -- and leadership and others have been so focused on growing the business -- that this very moment is about changing the image of Uber and crafting what that brand story is,” Saint John told the website. “That hasn’t been done yet.” Saint John will be Uber’s highest ranking black executive.

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Trump’s Twitter Blocking May Violate First Amendment

In a letter sent to the President today, the Knight First Amendment Institute, an offshoot of the larger Knight Foundation that focuses on protecting First Amendment rights in the digital age, argued that when Trump blocks people on Twitter, he’s violating their right to free speech. The letter contends that the @realdonaldtrump Twitter feed is a “designated public forum,” no different from a city council or school board meeting. The First Amendment bars the government from censoring individuals in such forums, based on their views. Through the letter, the Institute asks Trump to unblock these accounts and stop blocking people in the future. If he doesn’t, the Institute will file a lawsuit, according to Katie Fallow, a senior fellow there.

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How Fake Science Saved Lives in Victorian London

Fake health news can feel like   an epidemic these days, but it was also rampant during the Victorian era, when bodily ailments were often a matter of life-or death. But unlike the questionable remedies you may be familiar with—vaginal steaming for your cramps, or a float tank to chill your anxiety out?—some of the bogus ideas about wellness cultivated in 19th century England actually helped save lives, by bringing public health issues to the forefront.

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Apple's biggest announcements from WWDC

Apple's annual WWDC conference kicks off today, June 5 in San Jose, California. During the first-day keynote, Apple announced iOS 11, MacOS High Sierra, a new iPod Pro and the HomePod speaker.

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How to Add a Services Section to Your Facebook Page : Social Media Examiner

It’s important to note that currently there’s no way to rearrange your services. They’re ordered by how you enter them. Hence, the first service you enter will be at the bottom of the list, and the last service you enter will be at the top of the list. The last three services you enter will be the ones featured on your Facebook page’s timeline. These are things to consider when adding your services.

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The internet of things is making us paranoid, but we’ll choose convenience in the end

Soon your Amazon Echo, your Google Home, and your Apple HomePod will all be able to talk about you behind your back. The internet of things is here and despite concerns about hackers, ransomware, privacy, and infringement on civil liberties, it looks like it's here to stay. After all, what are a few civil liberties compared to being able to tell Alexa to Wang Chung tonight whenever you want? 

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UK police make first arrest triggered by facial recognition

The setup used by the police is unclear. For the Champions League final, officers used a "real-time" hardware and software solution developed by NEC. It's possible that a similar system was used for the arrest, as well as the broader trials taking place in the city centre. A request for tender published by South Wales Police does, however, mention a "Slow Time Static Face Search" linked to 500,000 custody images in a "Niche Record Management" database, which seems to be separate from the real-time monitoring. Regardless, multiple vans have been spotted in Cardiff with cameras on the roof and a "facial recognition fitted" warning on the side.

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Soon, iPhones will block texts while driving

Drivers will still be able to use Apple CarPlay, of course, in cars that are equipped with it. Apple CarPlay is a car interface specifically designed to allow drivers to hear and respond to text messages using voice commands and to safely use other iPhone features while driving. it's available from a number of automobile manufacturers, including General Motors (GM) , Fiat Chrysler (FCAU) , BMW and Honda (HMC) , and works through a computer screen in the car.

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TNW on Twitter

Microsoft's Surface Pen is now available for preorder http://tnw.me/VtALNi3  pic.twitter.com/tDqS5jCpiV

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Mathew Ingram on Twitter

This helps the First Amendment Institute's case that his Twitter account is a designated public forum and therefore should be open to all https://twitter.com/CNN/status/872163870143655936 …

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HPE updates OneView with new automation features and DevOps integrations - TechRepublic

On Monday, at HPE Discover 2017 in Las Vegas, HPE introduced updates to its OneView software that could make it a more useful tool for DevOps practitioners. Announcements included improved infrastructure automation, container support, and new partner integrations.

51 Intel Sees $7 Trillion Economy Emerging From Self-Driving Vehicles
52 Michelle Obama just called out Donald Trump in her WWDC chat
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55 The Best Unannounced Feature on iOS 11 Is Screen Recording
56 Watch 150 Movie Characters Remind You What Film You're Watching
57 Apple’s Business Chat will bring customer service to the iMessage platform
58 Why shiny glass towers are bad for city life
59 Microsoft Mixer looks to dominate social video gaming with superior technology - TechRepublic
60 Hyperlane For Self-Driving Cars Could Reduce Congestion
61 Apple Seeds tvOS 11 Beta 1 to Developers
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63 This Rasperry Pi-inspired Z-Berry board will take you back to the dawn of home computing - TechRepublic
64 I Can't Stop Watching This $35,000 RC Fighter Jet Crash and Burn
65 HP’s new Omen X is a desktop PC that can transform into a VR backpack
66 This Toy-Stealing Jerk Robot Will Teach Other Bots How to Hold Things
67 How to make your Twitter Trump free and get back to work - TechRepublic
68 The OnePlus 5 will be unveiled on June 20th
69 'Finstas' can be boring or funny or sexy — but they're always real
70 Netflix CEO Reed Hastings has a favorite way of explaining competition with Amazon, but there's a problem with it
71 Can edutainment videos prevent the next WannaCry? - TechRepublic
72 Cookies are Not Accepted - New York Times
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75 WWDC 2017: All the news about iOS 11 - TechRepublic
76 First look: How does Apple's HomePod speaker sound?
77 Wireless IoT Workshop: Sensor to Cloud in One Day
78 How to say no to a project the right way - TechRepublic
79 You, yes you, could play Young Dumbledore in a 'Fantastic Beasts' sequel
80 Apple Puts Siri Helper at Center of Growing Home-Tech Empire
81 Chinese auto group invests millions on next-gen cars
82 Supreme Court To Consider Fourth Amendment Implications Of Cell Site Location Info
83 WWDC 2017: The 3 biggest product announcements - TechRepublic
84 Cloud security broker Netskope raises $100m more led by Lightspeed and Accel
85 Lyft announces a brand new partnership to bring its first self-driving cars to Boston
86 Kaspersky files antitrust complaint against Microsoft for disabling its anti-virus software
87 Google and Facebook Join Cities in Challenging Trump on Climate
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89 Apple debuts HomePod speaker to bring Siri into the living room
90 Before Silicon Valley, New Jersey Reigned As Nation's Center Of Innovation
91 iPad Pro 2 release date, news and features
92 Self-driving Lyft rides to hit the road
93 Amazon to offer discounted Prime membership to low-income customers
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95 WikiLeaks offers $10K bounty to get Intercept reporter fired for sharing leaked doc w/ govt
96 This Bot Turns Trump Tweets Into Official POTUS Pronouncements