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macOS Mojave beta 3 arrives with new fixes | Cult of Mac

Apple seeded macOS Mojave beta 3 to registered developers today, bringing a number of new fixes and UI improvements to the Mac.

Watch people do stupid things with fireworks to celebrate Independence Day

Independence day in the US means thousands of people are going to do stupid things with explosives. Don't be one of them. Instead, watch these idiots.

Looking back at “Legally Blonde” as a proto-#MeToo manifesto

Reese Witherspoon’s comedy classic had a salient #MeToo message, 17 years ahead of its time.

India must blame itself, not WhatsApp, for its devastating lynching spree

At least 29 people across India have lost their lives since last May in lynchings by mobs who believed they were kidnappers, owing to messages spread through messaging services like WhatsApp. Sadly, India has only itself to blame.

Review: The Moorebot Zeus is my favorite fighting robot yet

The Moorehead Zeus is a pint-sized mechanical pugilist featuring fully customizable moves. Check out our hands on review to see what we thought about it.

Sony posted a whole movie to YouTube instead of the trailer

Someone's already checked out for the holiday.

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Third-party app developers could be reading your Gmail

According to the report, companies like Return Path Inc., which collects marketing data from people who sign up for one of the company's free apps, can scan and analyze about 100 million emails each day. The WSJ also says that while computers do most of this work, human employees read about 8,000 emails to help train the software. It's not just one company, either. Employees of Edison Software apparently reviewed the emails of hundreds of its users to make a new feature for its mobile app that reads and organizes your email.

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The Moto G6 is ready for its close-up

The Moto G6 has portrait mode and selective focus (you can adjust blur before or after taking a photo), selective color, time lapse video and Snapchat-like face filters for the front-facing camera.

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The Moto G6 shouldn't be this good and still cost $249

How do you follow up last year's wonderful budget-friendly Moto G5 Plus ? Well, you could start with the outside. Add a second rear camera for portrait mode photos. Trade that Micro-USB port for a USB-C. Get rid of the 16:9 screen ratio and go tall with a trendy 18:9 display that shows more vertically. Say bye to the metallic back side and hello to a glass back with curved edges, specifically Gorilla Glass 3 .

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How to install and use the new Google One on Android

This is the tab where Google will offer you benefits. Sometimes you won't see any offers posted. Usually these will be in the form of credits for Google Play. I recommend checking this tab now and then, as those credits can add up. For those who do a lot of business traveling, there's a Search Hotels button in this tab, where claims of Google One member pricing can save you up to 40% on a hotel booking.

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Apple 3D sensor supplier will make bank off 2018 iPhones | Cult of Mac

Piper Jaffray says stock in the manufacturer Lumentum is a good buy and predicts strong growth in the second half of 2018 because of the demand for 3D components. Lumentum (listed as LITE) supplied Apple with the parts to power the iPhone X’s Face ID feature.

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Raise to Siri Feature Now Working in watchOS 5 for Apple Watch Users

One of the key new features in watchOS 5 is ‘raise to Siri.’ As the name indicates, the feature allows one to trigger Siri when they simply raise their wrist instead of having to push a button or speak “Hey Siri.” This makes the whole process of interacting with Siri more natural and faster.

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Netflix is testing a new 'Ultra' tier of service

The Ultra plan may affect some aspects of the current Premium plan, according to PhoneArena . Some Italian users say "promotional material" from Netflix indicates the new plan would halve the number of screens Premium users can use simultaneously from four to two, PhoneArena reports. Similarly, the Standard plan may be downgraded to just one display.

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8 simple Microsoft Office 365 best practices for making your documents more accessible

The key to these best practices for making your communication effective and accessible for the disabled is to keep your documents simple. Excessive use of color, backgrounds, and odd contrasts is likely to be distracting to most and unreadable to more than a few. While that may make your documents somewhat muted creatively, it could also make their communication much more effective.

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How to set up Storage Spaces in Windows 10

Storage Spaces is essentially a software-configured RAID (redundant array of independent disks) technology that is built right into the operating system. All you need is a couple of extra hard disks. And best of all, Storage Spaces is extremely easy to use and really does a nice job of simplifying the complex, and often intimidating, job of implementing RAID on a desktop system. Let's take a closer look at the steps involved.

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500 Intel drones to replace fireworks above Travis Air Force Base for Fourth of July

It’s an impressive show of technology. I was in attendance for the first show at Disney World and the drones are a wonderful alternative to fireworks. Sure, fireworks are a Fourth of July tradition, but they can’t do the things these drones can do, plus, because they’re much more quiet, more people can enjoy the show.

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The new Android Google Account settings app gives you everything you need and more

The new Google Account settings tool is worthwhile for the Security Issues Checker alone. The one thing you should know about this feature is that it tracks every device you have associated with your account. As I have multiple devices attached to my Google account, some of the security issues have nothing to do with my daily driver (Essential PH-1). In fact, it's important to remember the Google Account settings app is about your account, not necessarily your device. After going through all the issues the Security Checker found, not one affected my PH-1. However, it did reveal some issues that should be addressed. You'll even gain access to app passwords you've created. I discovered there were two, one of which I no longer needed. From within the new settings app, I could easily delete that app password.

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Samsung Phones Texting Users' Photos to Random Contacts

In recent days, some Samsung Galaxy users have complained that the default messaging app on their phone is mysteriously texting their photos to random contacts without their knowledge. Samsung is investigating the issue.

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These World Cup-inspired Apple Watch bands are a real score

Rep your favorite soccer club with this great collection of artist-designed World Cup Apple Watch bands. The 18 countries included in the collection are: Argentine, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Germany, England, France, Italy,  Japan, Mexico, Portugal, Russia, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and even an American-inspired White Star band.

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Looking for a remote tech job? Here are the 10 positions with the most openings

With technology enabling the ability to work remotely, as well as a shortage of skilled tech talent in many areas across the country, it makes sense that more tech positions would become fully remote. IT and development roles are typically in the top 10 career fields for flexible and remote jobs, according to Sara Sutton Fell, founder and CEO of FlexJobs and Remote.co. And employees in computer and mathematical fields work remotely much more frequently than their peers, a report from FlexJobs and Global Workplace Analytics found.

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Phone apps aren't secretly listening to your calls: But what they do is still 'alarming' | ZDNet

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Someone recreated Mario Kart in Fortnite Playground

"We heard you like games. So we put a game in your game so you can game while you game."

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WhatsApp says collective action required to combat the spread of misinformation in India

India is WhatsApp’s biggest market with over 200 million users. But false information on its app this year has contributed toward the triggering of mass beatings of more than a dozen people, at least three of whom have died.

22 Uber is reportedly in talks with Dubai ride-sharing service Careem to merge their Middle East operations

The companies have discussed several potential deal structures and under one of them, Careem's current leaders would manage the new combined business while retaining one or both of the companies' local brands, and another proposal would be Uber acquiring the Middle East ride-hailing app, the report added.

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NASA to test 'quiet' supersonic flights over Texas

From November, NASA will use supersonic F/A-18 Hornet jets over Galveston to mimic the sonic profile of the X-59 while a group of around 500 residents document the noise levels -- if there are any.

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Apple users immune to Fortnite hack malware

The hacks they’re using help them aim faster, fire their weapons quicker, and even slow down enemy players. They’re also spreading malware all over the web.

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Best tech deals for the Fourth of July

If you're among the many MacBook fans put off by the new touchbar, lack of HDMI and move to USB-C, this old-school, port-heavy model from a few years ago could be just the ticket. With a Core i7 processor, 16GB of memory and a 256GB HDD, it won't even feel dated.

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I spent a day on "Mars." It wasn't easy

"I came out with a very strong sense that human space exploration is about the mundane," says Kate Greene, a writer and former physicist who was second in command of the first Mars HI-SEAS mission, which lasted four months. "It's about the day-to-day of how to live with other people and how to live with yourself."

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One cable to rule them all: a look at Apple's retired connectors through the years

There has been a near-constant debate about Apple and the choices it has made with ports and connectors spanning the company's entire history. AppleInsider takes a look back at most of the different ways Apple devices have connected over the years —and what they tell us about the company itself.

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The best 4th of July sales 2018: the deals are here

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How to find a process by name on your Linux data center servers

Or you can go another route and use a couple of commands to find that Process ID (PID) by name. There are two commands in particular, both of which every Linux administrator should know. I want to demonstrate the usage of those commands, so hopefully your Linux admin job might be a bit easier. I'll be demonstrating on Ubuntu Server 18.04 , but the commands are available (and are used in the same fashion) on all Linux platforms.

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Companies must let customers cancel subscriptions online, California law says

The law states that customers who accept an automatic renewal or continuous service offer online must be able to cancel the service online. That could include a pre-written "termination email" provided by the company that can be sent by the consumer without the need for more information.

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A beginner's guide to AI: Neural networks

There are at least a dozen other kinds of neural network, and the three covered here are much more nuanced than the scope of this article. But, if you’ve made it this far, you should have a conversational understanding of what neural networks are, and what they do. If you’d like to know more here’s a few suggestions to take your machine learning education to the next level:

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17 Tips Every Amazon Addict Should Know

Love it or hate it, the Seattle-based retailer and gadget maker has done more to make online shopping mainstream than anyone. Here's how to best take advantage of Amazon's deals, shipping, payments, and more.

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UK launches national dashcam database for snitching on bad drivers - Roadshow

Drivers can choose their region of England or Wales and send footage of accidents or illegal behaviour on the road directly to local police, as well as sending a witness statement that can then be used in court.

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9 Shows to Watch if You Love 'The Handmaid's Tale'

If you need something to tide you over until new episodes are released or after the season finale airs, you might want to watch other quality TV that scratches some of the same issues—dystopian sci-fi with strong social messaging, diverse casting, and unique world building. Because we love you and want you to be happy, here's a list of just that.

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How to save any audio file to iPhone without a Mac | Cult of Mac

Did you ever download an audio file to your iPhone, and then wonder just how you are supposed to listen to it? Maybe you have a few recorded lectures you want to listen to on a plane, or you have some audiobooks you’d like to listen to on the beach. The bad news is a that you can’t add music or any other audio to your Music app library without a Mac or a PC.

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Social media is 'deliberately' addictive

Social media companies are deliberately addicting users to their products for financial gain, Silicon Valley insiders have told the BBC's Panorama programme.

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Everything Coming to Amazon Video in July

Amazon Video is celebrating American independence this month with titles like American Psycho, Our Nixon, Snowden, and the last season of The Americans.

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Drake's new album shatters every Apple Music record | Cult of Mac

Scorption launched last Friday and quickly became the fastest growing album ever on Apple Music’s chart. Its rise was so meteoric that it became the number one album in 92 different countries almost instantaneously. And Apple didn’t even spam promotions for it like Spotify did.

42 Samsung's second quarter profit may flag as smartphone innovation...

SEOUL (Reuters) - Samsung Electronics Co Ltd ( 005930.KS ) is expected to post its smallest profit growth in more than a year in the second quarter, as lackluster sales of its premium Galaxy smartphones overshadow its highly profitable chip business.

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How to connect your Android device to your Linux desktop

If you've been wishing you could connect your Android device to your Linux desktop, your wish is about to come true. Jack Wallen shows you how to get Android and the GNOME DE talking.

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Siri 'heckled' Britain's unsuspecting defense secretary | Cult of Mac

The U.K’s Gavin Williamson was giving a speech today when he was interrupted. That’s not unusual in the House of Commons, but in this case it was Siri rudely talking over the Defense Secretary.

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Add events to your iPhone calendar using natural language and Drafts | Cult of Mac

Do you hate adding new events to your iOS calendar? It’s a real pain, right? You have to click, and type, and turn one of these time and date dials, and type some more. On the Mac you can just hit ⌘-N to create a new event, and then type something like Dinner tomorrow at 19:00 , and the Calendar app just works out what you mean, and adds the event.

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10 apps to add features to Windows 10

It's been a long time since there was a new version of ClipMate , a clipboard extender that does more than just cut and paste, but that doesn't matter as it runs happily on Windows 10. Even with the OS's many new features, it's still an essential piece of software -- precisely because it does one thing and it does it well. With ClipMate every piece of text, or every object you clip is stored in a local database, so you can scroll back and forwards through your clipboard history, reusing items as necessary. If you put your ClipMate database in OneDrive, you've now got a cloud clipboard that works across PCs.

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Binance resets API keys en masse amidst fear of Syscoin blockchain glitch [Updated]

Syscoin confirmed on Twitter that it’s investigating a possible issue with its blockchain, and stated that it has asked all cryptocurrency exchanges to halt its trading for the time being. The company hasn’t been able to determine the cause of the vulnerability yet.

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom cookies roar to life with a built-in screen

The screen suprised me when it quickly began playing the feature, which is a 5-minute compilation of scenes showing the making of the movie. Scenes include how the Jurassic World dinosaurs were created, the creation of action scenes such as escaping dinosaurs in the rain and how a roller coaster was used to help film reactions for the Jurassic World gyrosphere.

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55 Today in Apple history: Steve Jobs visits the Soviet Union
56 Draper Esprit invests in and partners with German VC Earlybird
57 Someone recreated Mario Kart in Fortnite Playground
58 Google says it's not reading your Gmail, except when it does...
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60 A bigger Amazon Prime Day 2018 arrives July 16 with more deals, devices and longer hours
61 Deutsche Bank, HSBC, and IBM are testing blockchain-powered bank transfers
62 Research: Investor psychology is the only thing keeping the price of stablecoins stable
63 Ford’s Europe CEO just perfectly trolled Elon Musk
64 Workday HCM vs. Dayforce vs. Oracle HCM - Competitive Report
65 This one strategic decision consigned Apple Maps to mediocrity
66 Is WeWork worth $40 billion or $3 billion?
67 Here are the 4 most ridiculous “takedowns” of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
68 Scientists can now use sound waves to detect cancer
69 IRS launches international initiative to hunt down cryptocurrency tax fraudsters
70 Electrical shock therapy shows new promise against violent behavior
71 Lufthansa is letting passengers eat astronaut food, and we don’t mean Tang
72 Crypto exchange heists net $761 million in first half of 2018
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74 The Internet Archive is helping these artists get inspired by digital history
75 Facebook is shuttering a bunch of its apps you didn't bother to use
76 Meet the MIT robot that can mimic your movements after watching a single video
77 Creativity in protest: This church set a nativity scene in a cage
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79 Sony's lonely approach to console gaming is pissing everyone off
80 Cheaper, smaller Microsoft Surface tablet has passed through US regulators
81 China court bans Micron chip sales in patent case: Taiwan's UMC
82 ZTE given temporary reprieve from U.S.; removes more executives
83 Chinese AI beats 15 doctors in tumor diagnosis competition
84 How to use a ramdisk on Linux
85 The top stories of 2018 (so far) in pictures
86 New concept art shows 6.1-inch 2018 iPhone in all its glory | Cult of Mac
87 Apple iOS 12 preview: It's all about the polish
88 Garbage plates: The great American dish
89 Nvidia GeForce GTX 1160 could be coming to a laptop near you
90 Plans for OCaml 4.08
91 How the city of Columbus, OH is turning itself into a smart transportation hub
92 How to turn 'Hey Siri' on and off on your iPhone and iPad
93 Why no-one speaks Indonesia's language