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A day in the life of the world's richest person Jeff Bezos — who wakes up without an alarm, washes dishes after dinner, and has a soft spot for 'Star Trek'

A day in the life of the world's richest person Jeff Bezos — who wakes up without an alarm, washes dishes after dinner, and has a soft spot for 'Star Trek'

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Apple Discontinues the iPod Nano and Shuffle

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Apple Just Killed the iPod Nano and iPod Shuffle

Apple launched both the Shuffle and the Nano back in 2005. So after more than 10 years on the market—and being mostly replaced by the iPhone and the iPod Touch, which is still available on the site—it might be time for them to be retired. Apple stopped updating the Shuffle in 2010 and the last update for the Nano was released in 2012.

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The Best Encryption Software of 2017

Virtual Private Network, or VPN , to encrypt your own internet traffic. From your PC to the VPN company's server, all your data is encrypted, and that's a great thing. However, unless you're connected to a secure HTTPS website, your traffic is not encrypted between the VPN server and the site. And of course the VPN's encryption doesn't just magically rub off on files you share. Using a VPN is a great way to protect your internet traffic when you're traveling, but it's not a solution for encrypting your local files.

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Jeff Bezos surpassed Bill Gates as the world’s richest person on Thursday, at least for a few hours https://bloom.bg/2tHyx9V  pic.twitter.com/Ixhto2AYJA

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The Kids Stick Together in the Menacing New Trailer for Stephen King's It

The first trailer for It was one of the scariest movie trailers in recent memory. Now, a new trailer is online and while it loses a bit of that shocking surprise, it makes up for it with plenty of tension, lots of new footage, and more looks at the evil clown Pennywise, who is simply terrifying.

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A secret code that protects Silicon Valley's elite is being tested by harassment scandals https://bloom.bg/2uDxzi4  pic.twitter.com/1k3dvgZn0G

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Tech is killing the 9-to-5 workday, and these 5 US cities are proof

For employees entering the workforce as it moves away from traditional scheduling, the release recommended trying to learn the rules around schedule and work hours as much as possible, so that you can plan according to company policy. Also, the release said workers should get into a routine or rhythm of when they come and go, so coworkers can know when to expect them. Finally, workers should remember to focus on their deliverables first, so that management will see their dedication to the job, even if they work nontraditional hours.

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When will Microsoft end support for your version of Windows or Office? | ZDNet

As Windows 10 reaches its second birthday, the support clock for earlier versions is ticking. Microsoft pulled the plug on Windows Vista earlier this year, and support for Office 2007 ends in a few months. So how long until Windows 7, Office 2010, and other currently supported versions reach the end of the line?

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Security flaw in 3G, 4G LTE cell networks lets hackers track phone locations

Ravishankar Borgaonkar and Lucca Hirschi, who co-authored the research, found a weakness in the authentication and key agreement, which lets a phone communicate securely with the subscriber's cell network. The agreement protocol relies on a counter that's stored on the phone operator's systems to authenticate the device and to prevent replay attacks, but the researchers found that the counter isn't well protected and partially leaks. That can allow an attacker to monitor consumption patterns, such as when calls are made and when text messages are sent, and track the physical location of a cell phone.

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China's Huawei is readying an answer to Apple's upcoming iPhone https://bloom.bg/2uDBM52  pic.twitter.com/QAZGHGurg1

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The 10 workplace perks that tech professionals want the most

And the intangible benefits are often the most important, said Jason Cohen, CTO and founder of WP Engine. "The best tech talent can always walk across the street and earn 15% more with free lunches and happy hours. So you have to build an environment with a transparent, supportive culture where people want to stay," Cohen said. "The best perk you can offer is an atmosphere where talents are put to use, career growth is top of mind, employees are free to be their true self and have ownership over something specific that matters to the company."

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Why data security is really everyone's challenge today

The prevalence and proliferation of connected devices has undoubtedly improved efficiency in people’s lives, but the massive amounts of personal data required to operate such devices has raised numerous safety and security concerns. We spoke with Gerald Reddig, Nokia’s head of security marketing, and Daisy Su, Nokia’s connected device platform marketing manager, to gain a better understanding of what’s happening in the IoT security landscape, and what Nokia is doing to ensure that customers’ data stays safe.

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Amazon Enters Singapore With Two-Hour Prime Now Delivery Service

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An asteroid came knocking, but no one was home

Roughly ten other asteroids have passed as close or closer to the Earth as 2017 001 this year. Most of them are discovered shortly before they whizz by us. But astronomers are already anticipating the return of asteroid 2012 TC4 , which is set to pass us at a distance more than twice as close as 2017 001 in October.

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SpaceX's new funding makes it the fourth most valuable private tech company in the US

Elon Musk’s aerospace company SpaceX is now valued at $21.2 billion , knocking off WeWork as the fourth most valuable privately held tech company in America. This skyrocket in valuation comes after another round of funding that raised $351 million for the company. According to Equidate, a marketplace for trading private tech company stocks, SpaceX’s price per share is now $135, up from $96.42 prior to the new funding round.

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The Rolls-Royce Phantom design opens doors for an electric future

While the Phantom was revealed publicly today, I first saw it in its aluminum spaceframe flesh at a private viewing for select customers and media in New York City in June. We were ushered into a dimly lit Chelsea studio, where — in a dramatic flourish — the car was revealed on a rotating stage, as if we were watching a production of theater in the round. Both Taylor and Rolls-Royce CEO Torsten Müller-Ötvös were there to present the car and describe its nuances. Pageantry is essential to the presentation of a new Rolls-Royce. The brand, owned by parent company BMW, makes every effort to distinguish itself as a distinctly unforgettable British, super luxury carmaker.

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New Android spyware can record your voice, take photos with your camera, and steal app data

If properly initiated, Lipizzan could record calls and VOIP communication, as well as record sounds from the device's microphone. Additionally, the post noted, it could monitor the victim's location, take screenshots, take photos with the camera, find and steal device information, and steal other information like call logs and app data.

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Here's the Canadian military's response to Trump's trans military ban

Here's the Canadian military's response to Trump's trans military ban

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Elon Musk Says Mark Zuckerberg's AI Understanding Is Limited

“I have pretty strong opinions on this. I am optimistic. And I think people who are naysayers and try to drum up these doomsday scenarios — I just, I don’t understand it,” said Zuckerberg. “It’s really negative and in some ways I actually think it is pretty irresponsible. Because in the next five to ten years, AI is going to deliver so many improvements in the quality of our lives.”

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Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature's Top 10 Sidekicks

Sidekicks. Always there to lend a helping hand, or sword, or wand, as the case may be. A hero is nothing without his or her sidekick, but these companions rarely get the recognition they deserve. A few second bananas may get the spotlight on occasion—your Robins, your Chewbaccas, your Igors—but they all originated in comics, films, or on TV. This list is for the truly forgotten, the most overlooked of the overlooked. Here is a ranking of the top 10 best science fiction and fantasy sidekicks that originated in books.

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Iranian hackers used female 'honey pot' to lure targets: researchers

LAS VEGAS (Reuters) - Hackers believed to be working for the Iranian government have impersonated a young female photographer on social media for more than a year, luring men working in industries strategically important to Tehran's regional adversaries, according to research published Thursday.

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Meg Whitman says she’s not going to Uber

In a three-part tweet, she concluded that the “rumors” have “become a distraction,” so she wants everyone to know that “she’s not going anywhere.” She emphasized that “Uber’s CEO will not be Meg Whitman.”

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Microsoft declares April's Windows 10 upgrade ready for business

With 1703 now ready for broad deployment in enterprise, Microsoft also set the end of support for the first Windows 10 upgrade, dubbed 1511 to mark its November 2015 launch: 1511, which does not have a catchy alternative name, will be retired on Oct. 10, that month's Patch Tuesday. After that date, Microsoft will refuse to provide security updates and bug fixes to devices running the edition.

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Intel tops Q2 targets, raises outlook | ZDNet

Intel is raising its full-year revenue outlook, citing higher expectations for the PC business. The company now expects revenue of $61.3 billion and earnings of $3.00 per share, an increase of 15 cents above its previous guidance.

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Amazon misses Wall Street expectations by a mile

Guidance:  For the third quarter, Amazon expects to post revenue of between $39.25 billion and $41.75 billion. It expects its operating results to range from an operating loss of $400 million to an operating profit of $300 million. Prior to Amazon's report, Wall Street was forecasting that Amazon would earn $1.13 a share on $39.97 billion in sales in the period.

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Anthony Scaramucci Called Me to Unload About White House Leakers, Reince Priebus, and Steve Bannon

“Who leaked that to you?” he asked. I said I couldn’t give him that information. He responded by threatening to fire the entire White House communications staff. “What I’m going to do is, I will eliminate everyone in the comms team and we’ll start over,” he said. I laughed, not sure if he really believed that such a threat would convince a journalist to reveal a source. He continued to press me and complain about the staff he’s inherited in his new job. “I ask these guys not to leak anything and they can’t help themselves,” he said. “You’re an American citizen, this is a major catastrophe for the American country. So I’m asking you as an American patriot to give me a sense of who leaked it.”

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Dark Matter Reminds Us of the Importance of Baking When Stranded in the Past

This Friday’s episode of Dark Matter sees our numerically-named crew flung through time and space and ending up in Wisconsin in 2017. You know, like you do.

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SpaceX’s very first Falcon Heavy launch set for this November

Falcon Heavy, the high-capacity rocket created by SpaceX designed for bringing very large loads to orbit and beyond, will get its first launch this coming November, according to SpaceX founder and CEO Elon Musk.

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Google Chrome is making it much easier to inspect security certificates http://tnw.me/yzhS7ac  pic.twitter.com/w7zgJczCVu

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Simone Biles kindly shared her very own post-wisdom tooth removal video

Simone Biles kindly shared her very own post-wisdom tooth removal video

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EU’s draconian new copyright law puts an expiration date on startups http://tnw.me/lRL3xOZ  pic.twitter.com/sZlDLEwyow

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Sean Spicer could very well appear on 'Dancing with the Stars' and these 5 other shows

Let's be honest: Spicer will likely follow the path of his buddy Corey Lewandowski and become a Trumpkin propaganda piece on one of the major networks, regardless of the humiliation he suffered behind the scenes. At least he'll be more pleasant to gawk at than Lewandowski or Lord, and I'll gladly watch him if he agrees to wear his infamous bunny suit on air.

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Gamer accidentally sets herself on fire during livestream

As she casually flicks the lighter while talking to her followers, she accidentally lights her hair on fire and doesn't notice for a few good seconds. When she does notice, Ana quickly pats her head free of flames. Although she seems pretty shocked by her burning hair, she doesn't look hurt — she laughs off the fact that she lit her head on fire in front of a bunch of people.

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This Trump speech written by AI is as nonsensical as the real deal http://tnw.me/DGGgnap  pic.twitter.com/hmvAqtYCYx

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New screening method uses a single drop of blood to test for 13 types of cancer http://tnw.me/lbJbodC  pic.twitter.com/8HvAR2cJbD

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Are You Safe? Google 'Trusted Contacts' Arrives on iOS

Google is also rolling out some updates for Android users that should "make it even easier to feel safe and give your loved ones peace of mind," Google Staff Software Engineer Minh T. Nguyen wrote in a blog post .

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LG’s reliable Tone Free earphones are my favorite wireless buds yet http://tnw.me/hWn1Fbt  pic.twitter.com/TQinAdyHhC

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The secret sexuality behind Nintendo's popular 'Splatoon 2'

This particular video game stars creatures known as Inklings, AKA squid-people with flopping, suctioning tentacles for hair. Their primary objective it to territorially splat ink all over the damn place, shooting their colorful discharge from various shapes and sizes of guns. As if that wasn't enough, these Inklings can also turn into sperm-like sea creatures who swim and luxuriate in their own mess of goo.

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Steven Universe's Best Song Now Has Its Own Fantastic, Heartwarming Official Music Video

“Stronger Than You” is perhaps Steven Universe ’s best-known song, and is certainly one of its most beloved—a funky ode to the power of love that defines the series’ core themes. Cartoon Network took to Comic-Con last weekend to give the song its own music video, and it’s a lovely tribute to the show’s fans.

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Facebook Messenger update makes business bots easier to deal with

In a move that will make life much easier for customers, businesses will now also be able to feature a wider choice of contact buttons on their Facebook page. Joining the currently available "Send Message" button are options for users to Shop Now, Get Support, Get Updates, Play Now or to Get Started.

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Women’s Underwear Startup Thinx Replaces Embattled ‘She-E-O’

Thinx, a women's underwear designer that became a symbol of startup dysfunction, is trying to overcome scandals with direction from a new leader. The New York company had been without a chief executive officer since March, when co-founder Miki Agrawal left amid allegations that she sexually harassed her employees and that the company's human-resources policies failed to match the brand's lofty feminist rhetoric.

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Doctors Slam New Recommendation That We Should Stop Antibiotic Treatments Early

Scientists from the UK caused quite a stir this week, when they announced that we don’t necessarily need to complete a full course of antibiotics in order to treat infections properly. It’s a provocative message, but skeptics say their advice is grossly premature—and even reckless.

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56 Foxconn's U.S. Plant Helps Apple Fend Off iPhone Import Tariffs
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58 Woman Makes Video for Fiverr, Gets Framed for Fake Anthrax Packages
59 Donald Trump hovers over Melania during a speech as only Trump can
60 Apparently, You Can't Say 'God' on Star Trek
61 Motorcycle helmets finally get decent heads-up display navigation
62 Dropbox is preparing IPO documents with Goldman Sachs
63 The FCC Just Got Sued Again—Now for Withholding Records About Its Alleged DDoS Attack
64 Facebook’s support for subscriptions is a double-edged sword - Digital Content Next
65 10 baffling pieces of IoT tech you're likely to see at your office
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72 This 1979 letter to The New York Times shows just how much Xerox hates people using its name as a verb
73 Wi-Fi hack Broadpwn crashes outdated phones through a chip
74 A flaw in wireless networks lets hackers pretend to be you
75 TNW on Twitter
76 Twitter’s user growth stagnant, stock tumbles
77 iPod Shuffle review: A screenless music player that's past its prime
78 Apple Store app for iPhone & iPad updates with Touch ID for Apple ID
79 Canceled visit? That's OK, Airbnb will let you post a review
80 Apple CarPlay is coming to select Mini and Aston Martin models
81 Sci-Hub’s cache of pirated papers is so big, subscription journals are doomed, data analyst suggests
82 Exclusive: Russia used Facebook to try to spy on Macron campaign - sources
83 5 reasons encryption backdoors are a bad idea
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85 Microsoft now lets developers test Windows 10 S
86 Pebble and Essential designer Liron Damir joins Google to work on Home products
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