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FanDuel and DraftKings are dropping their merger

That left FanDuel and DraftKings in July with a critical decision: Fight the FTC in what might be lengthy, costly litigation, or abandon their deal and attempt to go it alone. Even during a court case, the two companies wouldn’t have been able to work together on strategy. To that end, they opted to walk away Thursday.

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Booking.com: The largest selection of hotels, homes, and holiday rentals

After their trip, guests tell us about their stay. We check for naughty words and verify the authenticity of all guest reviews before adding them to our site.

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Millions of Verizon customers exposed by third-party data leak http://on.forbes.com/60188qofY  pic.twitter.com/cjJI4JDO44

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Netflix leads the streaming pack with 18 Emmy nominations

Amazon received three nominations in the key categories, all for Transparent* . Jeffrey Tambor was nominated for lead actor in a comedy. This is the third nomination for Tambor, who won the category in 2015 and 2016. The series also received nods for Kathryn Hahn and Judith Light in the supporting actress in a comedy category.

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Oculus may cut the cord with $200 wireless VR headset

This easy accessibility of a standalone headset could serve as a selling point, Stephanie Llamas, vice president of research and strategy at SuperData Research, said in a statement. She added, "an untethered, self-contained device for $200 seems like either a loss-leader or a highly simplified VR experience."

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Senator: Courts may have to decide how open your internet is

Franken: Yes. I talked to Ed Markey [a senator from Massachusetts] and he said we're up to more than 6.5 million comments in total to the FCC. That certainly breaks the record of 4 million comments filed to the FCC a couple of years ago, which made so much of an impact on the 2015 rules. So that's a good number. I think that will hopefully have an effect on the FCC, but also on the courts. And since this issue may end up there again, that's important.

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US Customs says it can’t search cloud data at the border

While McAleenan’s testimony draws a sharp distinction between devices and the cloud, the division is often less sharp in practice. The letter’s phasing leaves room for border searches of recent email and social media messages, provided the information is accessible on a traveler’s phone at the time of the search (that is, not “solely” on a remote server).

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Did an FDA Panel Really Just Approve the First Gene Therapy Treatment?

In a world in which being “first” can mean clickier headlines, more traction and eventually even more research dollars, it’s a label that matters. It is clear that the drug—the practically unpronounceable tisagenlecleucel—is a landmark achievement. CAR-T therapy, which several other companies are also pursuing drugs for, works by extracting and isolating a patient’s T cells, genetically altering them, and then infusing them back into the patient’s body. In one key clinical trial, 83 percent of 52 patients for whom chemotherapy did not work achieved a complete or partial remission by three months after their CAR-T infusion. After one year, 79 percent of those patients were still alive.

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3 rules on how to use VR data analytics for your product

In contrast, effective virtual reality analytics provide you with statistics of the trends and outliers that you weren’t aware of but should be; when creating and revising your content. VR analytics provide real value in understanding your audience’s preferences and behavior. Once a deep understanding is achieved, the opportunities are endless. Refine your target market, strategy, reach or whatever it may be, because knowing your audience’s varying tastes provides answers to the questions you didn’t even know you had.

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IBM, Automation Anywhere partner on software bot solution to replace manual tasks - TechRepublic

Automation Anywhere uses its Robotic Process Automation (RPA) platform to create specific software bots that handle repetitive work tasks. That platform will be integrated with automation software from IBM, such as the IBM Business Process Manager and Operational Decision Manager, to provide a more broad approach to automation, the release said.

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Gallery: 15 books that every programmer should read - TechRepublic

The Art of Computer Programming is a massive multi-volume series of books that Knuth began working on in 1962. As of 2005, four volumes of a planned seven have been released, and the series is so highly regarded that it earned him the Turing Award in 1974 and has also been referred to as the profession of computer programming's defining treatise.

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Woman knocks over $200,000 worth of art trying to take a selfie

Inside a serene space, singular objects rest on plinths: these are crowns, or at least some semblance of what a crown might be, presented as precious trophies or boons. Some are classic in form, intricately crafted while others are very simple in design, as though rendered from a child’s drawing. Others have more elaborate forms: alien, hybrid, they are at times even contorted into inhibiting devices, somewhere between a crown and a mask. Some are fashioned of precious materials like gold or silver, some of marble; others of more humble material like wood, nylon, scrap metal, or dried herbs and flowers. These are variously imagined forms of the goods of desire that we journeyers hope to gain, the boon that awaits us when we have come through the battle. Flanking the crown room is a small, intimate space, inhabited by a collection of actual meteorite stones, modest in appearance but holding within them the secrets of the universe.

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Shopify Merchants Will Soon Be Able to Sell Through EBay

The Ottawa-based company’s strategy has been to integrate with as many online channels as possible, letting its customers diversify away from their personal websites and sell on Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Buzzfeed, and Amazon. Shopify also provides payment tools, shipping and small loans to help its users build their businesses.

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Raspberry Pi transformed into Amazon Echo by smart assistant add-on - TechRepublic

The pi-topPULSE adds a speaker and microphone to the Pi, allowing it to listen for spoken questions and answer them using Amazon Alexa, the service that underpins the Echo.

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74% of professionals believe their jobs could be automated, report says - TechRepublic

Nearly three-quarters of business leaders and employees think at least some part of their job could be automated, according to a report from WorkMarket. Here are some other highlights.

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Audi says they'll hit Level 3 autonomy on the A8 by 2019

Audi has unveiled the late 2017 update to the A8, the company’s largest saloon car, which will be the first car sold with a Level 3 autonomous system onboard.

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Get ready for the LinkedIn video pivot

Last fall, Oculus showed off a very early prototype of a standalone headset, code-named " Santa Cruz ." Meant to deliver much of the same high-quality VR functionality as its Rift, the device was wireless, requiring no additional computing power other than what it had on board. The Facebook-owned division wouldn't talk about pricing, and didn't say anything about when it would be released. But the headset did offer positional tracking—the ability for the wearer to move around in physical space in VR rather than simply being at the center of 360-degree scenes, as is the case with mobile VR systems like Samsung's Gear VR or Google's Daydream.

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AT&T, NetComm Wireless to offer fixed-wireless broadband to rural areas in 18 US states - TechRepublic

On Thursday, AT&T and NetComm Wireless announced a partnership to address this disparity. A new initiative from the two providers aims to improve fixed-wireless broadband access in rural America. AT&T will be using NetComm Wireless—a supplier of fixed-wireless equipment for Australia's national broadband—to outfit its outdoor wireless antennas. For rural areas across 18 US states, these antennas can provide connectivity speeds of 10Mbps and over.

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Fantasy sports sites FanDuel and Draft Kings terminate their merger

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission said in June that it would seek to stop the two companies' merger because the combined company would control more than 90% of the US market for paid daily fantasy sports contests.

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Oculus said to be aiming to release its standalone VR headset for $200 in 2018

Last fall, Oculus showed off a very early prototype of a standalone headset, code-named " Santa Cruz ." Meant to deliver much of the same high-quality VR functionality as its Rift, the device was wireless, requiring no additional computing power other than what it had on board. The Facebook-owned division wouldn't talk about pricing, and didn't say anything about when it would be released. But the headset did offer positional tracking—the ability for the wearer to move around in physical space in VR rather than simply being at the center of 360-degree scenes, as is the case with mobile VR systems like Samsung's Gear VR or Google's Daydream.

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Net neutrality supporters tell FCC to keep internet open

Fight for the Future, a non-profit activist group helping organize the protest to protect net neutrality, says more 2 million comments were sent to the FCC in support of the existing net neutrality regulations.

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How big is the Larsen C iceberg compared to your town? This tool will show you

To fully understand just how enormous the floating trillion-ton ice mass is, the German news site Morgenpost made a helpful interactive.  The site is in German but easy to navigate. You can basically slide an iceberg-shaped graphic all around the world—zooming in or out when you want—to get an idea of how big the Larsen C iceberg is compared to geographical areas you're familiar with. Here it is covering all five boroughs of New York City, some of upstate New York, some of Long Island, and parts of New Jersey.

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SCIENCE: 5 things to know about the iceberg

It's finally adrift. When the Larsen C Ice Shelf calved yesterday, it sent one of the largest icebergs ever recorded slipping into a sea frosted with smaller chunks of ice. It marked the end of a decadeslong splintering first seen by satellites in the 1960s. The crack stayed small for years until, in 2014, it began racing across the Antarctic ice.

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Man Stuck Inside ATM Rescued After Slipping Customers Terrifying Notes

Under capitalism, money imprisons us all, but for one man in Corpus Christi, Texas, this arrangement transcended mere metaphor recently. On Wednesday afternoon, the contractor (whose name has not been released) was fixing a lock in a room connected to a Bank of America ATM when, suddenly, he trapped himself in. Having left his phone in the car, he was unable to call for help. So, with an impending Castaway situation at hand, the man had to get creative—or else.

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Marketing data startup Segment raises $64M

Peter Reinhardt is CEO and Co-founder at Segment. He studied Aerospace Engineering at MIT and fell into the world of customer data and analysis when he started the company with three college friends. Segment was part of Y Combinator in the summer of 2011, raised a Series A from Accel and Kleiner Perkins, and now has over 4,000 customers. Segment’s core product is a clean API for collecting customer …

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Facebook's Oculus to fight Apple's AR and VR push with new $200 standalone headset in 2018

Facebook's Oculus is apparently in the early stages of developing a standalone mobile headset, with use cases like watching a movie on a plane, without needing a connected computer or smartphone. Bloomberg 's Mark Gurman believes that Oculus is seeking to expand to stand-alone devices, setting it apart from existing offerings necessitating a smartphone like Google Daydream or Samsung Gear VR. According to Thursday's report , the device will be driven by a Snapdragon processor of some sort, and will hit $200 price point at some point in 2018. The device allegedly is code-named "Pacific" and on the exterior resembles a compact version of the Oculus Rift. It will feature Oculus branding in most of the world, and Xiaomi in China —probably because of Oculus executive Hugo Barra's involvement with the company prior to coming to Facebook. The first iteration of the technology is not expected to include positional tracking —but it is allegedly on the road map for the future, according to sources familiar with the matter contacted by Bloomberg . The rumored headset may not be a surprise, however.

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AMD unveils Ryzen Threadripper specs and pricing | ZDNet

AMD unveils specs, pricing, and availability details for its Ryzen Threadripper 16-core, 32-thread and 12-core, 24-thread silicon, and you're looking at a saving of up to $1,000 compared to the equivalent Intel chip.

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All-girl Afghan robotics team cleared to compete in United States

KABUL (Reuters) - A team of Afghan girls are on their way to compete in an academic robotics competition in the United States after American officials agreed to allow them to enter the country despite initially denying them visas.

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TNW on Twitter

Wicked Audio Endo wireless headphones review: Comfortable everyday listening on the cheap http://tnw.me/X1ZDLpt  pic.twitter.com/Xg9ktOe1K0

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The Two Day Try-On Rule for Clothes Shopping

I’ve always been a big online shopper and a frequent impulse buyer. Because of this, my closet usually consisted of ten things I wear all the time and an embarrassing amount of unworn clothing with the tags still on or, even worse, things I’d ripped the tag off immediately but never left the house in. I often buy things that I like the idea of wearing but because I can’t truly pull them off they just sit in my closet, waiting for my next frustrating trip to a consignment shop.

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These Bears Eat as Much Junk Food as You Do

Moreover, who cares about a hairy army of junk-food loving bears stumbling around the woods of northern Wisconsin? Mainly, the research highlights the degree to which humans cause some wildlife populations to rely on them for food. If killing and scavenging is the bear equivalent to cooking meals, and eating bait is ordering delivery, then bears are ordering in every night of the week, and on some days they’re even ordering lunch. This is normal for some humans, but obviously not for bears, and could have important implications for the way states operate their bating seasons and manage their bear populations.

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WeWork Plans ‘Aggressive’ Expansion in Latin America Push

WeWork Cos. , the world’s largest co-working space startup, is embarking on an ambitious expansion in Latin America, setting its sights on the region after recent forays in China and India.

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But seriously, how do you get trapped inside an ATM?

We know it seems impossible for someone to be trapped in an ATM. But, if the machine starts feeding you notes asking for help, please get help.

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New Goosebumps Comic Book Series Will Pay a Scary Visit to Horrorland

Monsters at Midnight tells the story of sisters Mia and Ginny, who find themselves enduring a boring summer at their grandma’s house. That is, until they enter a door in the back of a spooky bookshop and find themselves trapped in an evil demonic amusement park called Horrorland. And based on the artwork, they’re sure to meet up with Slappy, the famous Goosebumps dummy who launched the HorrorLand book series with Revenge of the Living Dummy .

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Kesha is the voice of her own comeback

The singer, who has been engulfed in a highly public legal battle with producer Dr. Luke (née Lukasz Sebastian Gottwald) for the better part of three years, is speaking up loudly for folks everywhere with her latest single, "Woman"—but Kesha isn't just owning her own voice on the mic. She has also been able to slowly foster an environment where she can express herself in an authentic voice, and that has made all the difference leading up to the release of her third studio album, Rainbow .

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Why your company needs clear security policies: A cautionary tale - TechRepublic

This last concept can be a boon for all since it provides risk-free internet access to employees or guests via smartphone, tablet or laptop. An arrangement like this means internal systems are protected and users can get online without eating up a mobile data plan, which is a generous perk. They can still use their lunch hour to see what gourmet meals Uncle Bob has cooked for Aunt Betsy or check out photos from their wayfaring friend Teena's latest trip. Or, on a work-related note, if cloud-based sites they use for work are blocked from company systems, they might be able to access them on personal devices (so long as any applicable policies/the security department permits).

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Hyperloop One's 'big breakthrough': Full system nails first vacuum tube test run | ZDNet

"Hyperloop One has accomplished what no one has done before by successfully testing the first full scale Hyperloop system. By achieving full vacuum, we essentially invented our own sky in a tube, as if you're flying at 200,000 feet in the air," Shervin Pishevar, co-founder and executive chairman of Hyperloop One, said in a statement.

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Amazon's Alexa has cool 'Game of Thrones' easter eggs just for the fans

Hey Alexa, why can't Game of Thrones Season 7 be HERE yet? Are there some cool easter eggs hidden in your system that will help us pass the time?

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What Would It Take to Kill Daenerys' Dragons?

When Daenerys hatched three dragons from what seemed to be petrified eggs during the finale of Game of Thrones ’ first season, the balance of power between the contenders for the Iron Throne began to shift. Thanks to her ever-growing, ever-more powerful “children,” Daenerys has transformed from one of the show’s underdogs to arguably its most powerful political player. Which raises a question: How could any army in Westeros take on the returning Targaryen and her forces? How could anyone kill one of Daenerys’ dragons?

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What is artificial intelligence and why it'll be a $45 billion business in 2020 (NVDA, GOOGLE, INTC, QCOM) | 07/13/17

These AI systems all operate in basically the same way. Imagine a system that tries to identify whether a photo has a cat in it. For a human, this is fairly easy, but a computer has a hard time figuring it out. AI systems are unique because they are set up like human brains. You feed a cat photo in one end, and it bounces around a lot of different checkpoints until it comes out the other end with a yes or no answer - just like your eyes passing your view of a cat through all the neurons in your brain. AI is even talked about in terms of neurons and synapses, just like the human brain.

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Off the Map: The Rough Road Ahead for Self-Driving Cars in China

China is creating roadblocks for U.S. auto makers and tech companies to bringing self-driving cars to the world’s largest auto market. Citing national security concerns, China is limiting the amount of mapping that can be done by foreign companies, as General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co., Alphabet Inc. and Apple Inc. rush to develop self-driving cars or the software behind them. High-definition maps are crucial for autonomous cars to...

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Robots will steal 15 million jobs in UK, widen gap between the rich and poor, report says - TechRepublic

While there's been much talk of retraining workers for new jobs maintaining robotics systems or automation programs, there will also be a stronger demand for soft skills in order to secure the available jobs. "This will advantage those from higher socioeconomic backgrounds, who typically have greater opportunities to develop these skills," the report said.

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Jaguar reveals E-Pace, the crossover SUV for millennial couples

Crossover SUVs are the pop music of the car world: scorned by purists, liked by the masses, and disproportionately successful in terms of sales. Jaguar’s F-Pace is the perfect example of this trend, selling more than 80,000 sport utility vehicles after launching in 2016 and accounting for almost half of the company’s 172,848 cars sold in the last financial year. With such a runaway commercial success, it was inevitable that Jaguar would return for another bite at the cherry, and today it does so with the unveiling of the new E-Pace compact performance SUV. It’s a scaled-down F-Pace — in price, power, and size — but it’s still the same formula of giving the people what they really want.

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Facebook Plans to Unveil a $200 Wireless Oculus VR Headset for 2018

Currently VR hardware comes in two flavors: cheap headsets that turn smartphones into virtual reality players (like Samsung’s $130 Gear VR) and high-end gaming rigs (like Facebook’s $400 Oculus Rift) that hook up to $1,000-plus desktop computers. Facebook’s new headset is designed to bridge the gap -- a device that will sell for as little as $200 and need not be tethered to a PC or phone, according to people familiar with its development. It will ship next year and represent an entirely new category.

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Microsoft's newest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update test build adds Mixed Reality tweaks | ZDNet

Microsoft's latest Fast Ring Windows 10 Fall Creators Update build for PCs includes a number of feature updates, especially around Mixed Reality support.

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53 Goodbye Windows Phone: What comes next for Microsoft in mobile? | ZDNet
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55 12 top portable chargers: the best ways to charge your gear on the go
56 Before Trump opens his mouth in front of a woman again, he needs to read this
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60 To update or not to update: There is no question - TechRepublic
61 New Xbox One update lets you sign in with your favorite controller
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75 You can now use a dick pic as a password. Why, god? Why.
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77 Wander Westeros with 'Game of Thrones' Google Maps guide
78 Black Panther Is Cleverly Reimagining One of Its Major Villains To Avoid Racial Stereotypes
79 FCC takes another crack at curbing annoying robocalls
80 Video: Eric Trump: Hacking has been happening for years and we have to stop it - TechRepublic
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82 Back up your SoundCloud account before it disappears
83 An Airbnb host who banned an Asian-American guest now has to take a course in Asian-American studies
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