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Meet the 67 new emoji candidates

Unicode's president and co-founder Mark Davis announced that 67 new emojis have been marked as "draft candidates" for 2018. This means that they will be voted on in the upcoming months with final candidates included in the Unicode 11.0 launch June 2018.

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The next Apple Watch reportedly won’t need an iPhone for data

The Apple Watch is one slick piece of engineering — but it’s not without its faults. Amongst other things: if you want to leave your phone at home, your smart watch is suddenly a good bit less smart. Without an iPhone nearby, it can’t pull data — be it messages or music — over the cell networks.

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Do not watch the leaked 'Game of Thrones' episode. Only regret awaits

On the Game of Thrones subreddit, one of the top comments lamented: "I wouldn't have watched [the leaked episode] if I wasn't afraid of getting spoiled elsewhere. To anybody reading who hasn't seen it: if you trust your ability to avoid spoilers elsewhere, get the fuck out of here and wait for Sunday. This episode is worth seeing in HD."

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Google Is Developing Technology for Snapchat-Like Media Content

Google is developing technology to let publishers create visual-oriented media content along the lines of Snapchat’s “Discover,” according to people familiar with the situation, upping the ante in a race among tech giants to dominate news dissemination on smartphones.

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Jason Alexander just met his doppelgänger—and it's a mannequin

Jason Alexander just met his doppelgänger—and it's a mannequin

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LinkedIn's new app will match you up with a mentor

It's a feature that's currently being tested internally, LinkedIn tells CNET. When it arrives in the coming weeks, users will be able to list their preferences on the type of advice they're looking for and the kind of mentor they'd like to meet -- someone in a certain area or industry, for instance. From there, LinkedIn will play matchmaker and connect you with any willing mentors that meet your criteria. Mentors can also filter out potential mentees based on criteria like area, industry, and alma mater.

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Forbes Tech News 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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Photos: NASA's eclipse-chasing jets and amazing images of solar eclipses

The solar eclipse on August 21 will cross 14 states and will give millions of people a chance to see a once in a lifetime astronomical event. NASA will send up two WB-57 jets to photograph the eclipse so that a team of scientists can use the data for future research.

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Miniature robots capture individual cells | ZDNet

Imagine a doctor who performs surgery so precisely that she removes individual cancerous cells one at a time. Miniature robots could make this kind of accuracy possible. We've heard about tiny robots for medical use in the past, but the technology is still rudimentary.

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It looks like Spotify is finally coming to the Xbox

Of note, Spotify isn't available on any Xbox platform — whether you're talking about Xbox 360 or Xbox One — thus far, nor has Microsoft or Spotify indicated that it's coming. A Spotify representative declined to comment on the leaks, and Microsoft offered the following (very teasy) statement: "We’re always working on a number of new experiences for Xbox One owners, many times with great music playing in the background, but have nothing to announce today."

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Mozilla CEO says new Firefox browser delivers 'a big bang'

His job now: Get us all to care about Firefox again. Usage of the browser has dwindled in recent years -- though Mozilla says it's now stable with more than 100 million daily users -- and competition is fiercer than ever, with Chrome leading the market. Beard is ready for the fight, readying a new version of Firefox that's due in November and that aims to persuade us that the web is better independent, not under the control of Google and a handful of other tech giants.

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Google Pixel 2 might not look like other flagship phones

But harping on what it isn’t sort of detracts from what it is, or at least could be. Why be a “me too” device when the Pixel 2 could stick out with a different design? What’s more, the lack of a dual-lens camera might be disappointing for some, like ex-Googler Vic Gundotra , but today’s Pixel doesn’t need much help in the photo department as is.

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Millionaire Kendall Jenner apparently doesn’t tip her bartender

Perhaps Jenner is one of those folks who chooses to tip in cash (there's nothing wrong with that!) or maybe she isn't, but c'mon Kendall N. Jenner...c'mon.

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Publicly, the three main hyperloop startups greeted Musk’s involvement with optimism, while also trying to demonstrate progress in their own projects. Shervin Pishevar, chairman of Hyperloop One , said Wednesday that his company completed a second phase of testing in Nevada, with a pod reaching speeds of 192 miles per hour traveling a distance of 1,433 feet. (Musk’s original plan laid out top speeds exceeding 700 miles per hour over hundreds of miles.) Pishevar said Musk’s interest bodes well for the field because it brings more attention and credibility. “It’s going to take many, many brilliant minds and commitment from many people to push it forward,” Pishevar said on Bloomberg TV. “I’m a huge believer in him.”

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iOS users beware: You're the biggest target for mobile phishing attacks

Phishing continues to be a problem, and attacks are moving away from the email inbox. A new report found that iOS is the biggest target, with most attacks coming from game apps.

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This Raspberry Pi rival can be turned into a pocket-sized projector

Once attached to the BeagleBone Black computer, the $99 DLP LightCrafter can project a 640 x 360 resolution image at a brightness of up to 30 lumens.

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Tesla just lowered the price of the Model X

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Tesla on Friday lowered the base price of its Model X SUV to $79,500 and said improving margins were behind the move, which came as the automaker is ramping up production of its new lower-priced Model 3.

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Tech roars into the Sturgis motorcycle rally

What happens when 750,000 motorcycles decamp to a tiny town in western South Dakota? Learn why bikes are the frontier of IoT, big data, and machine learning with Brad Jurgensen of HomeSlice Media.

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YouTube Red Is Making a Karate Kid Sequel Series Called Cobra Kai With the Original Stars

The Hollywood Reporter says the show “revolves around a down and out Johnny who, seeking redemption, reopens the infamous Cobra Kai dojo. It reignites his rivalry with a now-successful Daniel, who has been struggling to maintain balance in his life without the guidance of his mentor, Mr. Miyagi.” And each handles their issues through karate.

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Google is reportedly building a Snapchat-style news system

"Ever since the beginning of AMP we've constantly collaborated with publishers, and are working on many new features," a Google spokeswoman told The Wall Street Journal . It makes sense that Google would want to jump into the fray, with news delivery becoming an increasingly large part of social media and user behavior. Apple has News, Facebook has Instant Articles, and Snapchat, obviously, has Discover.

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Elon Musk reportedly planning to build his own Hyperloop for tunnel system

At the end of August, SpaceX will host its second Hyperloop Pod design competition, which sees teams including university research groups facing off with prototype pods of their own making on SpaceX’s test track. The next arm of the competition is focused on speed, and the stakes seem higher now that it looks like Musk will be developing his own Hyperloop tech to turn his vision of fast, efficient long-distance underground travel into reality.

22
Tinder swipes left on those lame tiger selfies

In addition to being terrible for the tigers, there not great for the people in them either. There is always a chance the tiger could swipe your face right off. But there’s also another huge drawback to these big cat profile pics: they don’t work .

23
Martin Shkreli is found guilty of three of eight securities fraud charges

Shkreli’s infamy hung over the more than month-long case, beginning with jury selection when the judge struggled to find potential jurors who didn’t already dislike the man known as “pharma bro.” He is best known for raising the price of Daraprim — a 62-year-old drug primarily used to treat newborns and HIV patients — from $13.50 to $750 a pill. When critics pounced, Shkreli didn’t shrink from the attention but instead relished in it by battling naysayers on Twitter. He repeatedly flashed his famous smirk while refusing to answer questions at a congressional hearing on rising drug prices.

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How to use digital transformation to win budget | ZDNet

These gaps are the areas where additional spend is required, and as each directly relates to a needed capability that's linked to a digital transformation initiative, it will ultimately link to the business disruption it's meant to mitigate or create. Instead of financial gymnastics, your transformation budget is two degrees away from the strategic impact it's meant to create. Now, your budgetary debates center on which transformational objective to pursue. If your peers hesitate to fund a key capability, then it should be abundantly clear which transformational objectives become more difficult or impossible to achieve.

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Survival shooter 'PUBG' adds ability to honk car horns, chaos ensues

That's all good and fun, giving people a slight warning to their impending doom. Other players on the PUBG subreddit have said they've used car horns to distract opponents while an ally closes in from another angle, or communicate at a basic level to get someone to jump in.

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Free solar eclipse glasses are out there, if you know where to look

The good news? Eclipse-viewing glasses will be pretty easy to come by in the weeks leading up to the long-anticipated celestial event. From public libraries to museums and hotels to eyewear retailers, all sorts of organizations are handing out free eclipse glasses. So keep your eyes peeled.

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This Apple leak is like nothing we've ever seen before

And while people are mostly drooling over what all this means for the next iPhone, let's not forget that this was (at its heart) a HomePod leak. As such, we learned some fun things about Apple's foray into the home-speaker game. For starters, the HomePod has a display.

28
Disney sued for tracking kids on its mobile games

While ad tracking software is commonplace in the App Store, the FTC has strict regulations about how and when internet companies can collect data about children under the age of 13. The lawsuit, filed in San Francisco District Court Thursday, says Disney has violated these rules by using ad tech that potentially exposes identifying information about the children who play its games. ( Silicon Valley fans, will be familiar with the federal rules known as COPPA, which turned Dinesh into a sweaty heap before he pawned the problem off on Hooli.)

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Google's next Pixel might look a lot like the old one

Maybe Google feels it doesn't need that trendy addition to make its phone worthwhile. Still, it's bold to not minimize the bezels at least a little bit, especially considering that Google encouraged Android developers to tailor their apps for taller screens with different aspect ratios than the common 16:9. That said, this is just a leaked image, so it's possible the company won't actually use this design when it officially launches the device.

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Dozen Raspberry Pi alternatives | ZDNet

Here is a selection of single board computers for homebrew projects and automation, with prices starting at only $5.

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Forbes Tech News on Twitter

'Game of Thrones' episode 4 leaks online, but the HBO hack isn't to blame: http://on.forbes.com/60158QpEv  pic.twitter.com/WGdL6eNNqs

32
The great American eclipse: A last-minute planning guide

Find a place to stay: At this point, it's not going to be as simple as spending a few minutes online and booking a room in a town along the path of totality. If you call around enough, it might be possible to find a room thanks to a cancellation. Or maybe someone will decide last minute to cash in by putting a room up on Airbnb. But trust me, it's slim pickings right now and "event prices" and shameless gouging are in full effect. Rooms are even totally booked in many towns within short driving distance of the path of totality. According to one site, the entire state of Idaho is essentially out of vacancies for the dates.

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TNW on Twitter

Game of Thrones S07E04 leak can't be blamed on HBO hackers http://tnw.me/k0PXdCA  pic.twitter.com/Q2uhmLKd3I

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Arizona's incredible Boneyard is purgatory for aircraft

Some airframes go in pieces, as other aircraft need their parts to keep flying. This is a big part of what makes AMARG so useful. It's a lot cheaper to remove and refurbish a part than make or buy a new one (if that's even possible).

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TNW on Twitter

Italians are so bad at passwords that Google is hosting workshops for them http://tnw.me/b0SU9zy  pic.twitter.com/uKPishXElQ

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How to install the Ansible server management system on Ubuntu

If you're looking for a cost-effective centralized server management system, find out how to get the open source Ansible up and running. It's a must have for large data centers.

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The 43 best Android games of 2017

Each of these can be built up in trees that interconnect, making your virus strong and, as your virus spreads, you gain DNA points that you can spend on more abilities. You can watch the effects in a newsfeed, such as "Australia burning corpses" and "France removes drug research safeguards". It's tremendously exciting, especially when your virus grows strong enough to mutate on its own, as you race against the development of a cure. It's based on a real-world simulation, too.

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Dell's massive Canvas 27 touchscreen display now available from $1,799 | ZDNet

The giant slate designed for digital creatives comes with a round input device like the Surface Studio's dial, but it works with your existing PC instead of replacing it like Microsoft's system.

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Reg Saddler on Twitter

Evidence that humans had farms 30,000 years earlier than previously thought http://j.mp/2v598IZ  pic.twitter.com/RWj3TxTSke

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The iPhone 8 may seriously upgrade its video skills

The rear cameras on the  iPhone 7  and  7 Plus  can record 4K video but only at 30fps. Their front cameras max out at a resolution of 1080p too. The code also includes "front" and "back" identifiers for the 4K, 60fps video support and mentions a "2017iPhone." If these hold true, videos on the next iPhone for both the front and rear facing cameras will look ultrasharp and buttery smooth.

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Accenture buys consulting firms Search Technologies, Brand Learning | ZDNet

With the Search Technologies purchase, Accenture appears to be focused on beefing up its pool of data scientists and engineers who can provide consulting services for analytics and AI systems. In terms of technology, Search Technologies' proprietary Content Processing Framework and collection of API-level data connectors will integrate into Accenture's Insights Platform (AIP).

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7 drastic changes coming to your iPhone with iOS 11

The first time you use your phone after updating to iOS 11, these changes just might catch you off guard.

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TNW on Twitter

Vulnerability found in solar panels could knock out power grids across Europe http://tnw.me/GGmDSg4  pic.twitter.com/w7BBCChIda

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10 Games Every Sony PlayStation 4 Player Needs

Nathan Drake makes his return to the treasure-hunting world in Uncharted 4 , alongside his long-lost brother. The Drakes travel the world to uncover the secrets of Libertalia, a pirate haven rumored to have untold riches. You will shoot and sneak your way across Madagascar, Scotland, and the Caribbean as you race the bad guys for the loot. Uncharted 4 takes a more cinematic approach than the gameplay-heavy Tomb Raider games, so if you're in the mood for a bombastic interactive experience, Uncharted 4 is your game.

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TNW on Twitter

Holy shit! A frowning poo emoji is coming to brighten your crappy mood http://tnw.me/y41M3RL  pic.twitter.com/pTqE0ySlxB

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Drone carries what appears to be a man in a hammock through town http://tnw.me/fBgLNfA  pic.twitter.com/rigTVwUuJO

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TNW 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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How to Make Perfect Rice Without a Rice Cooker

Professional chefs and home cooks alike look down their noses at single-use kitchen appliances with one exception: the humble rice cooker. I don’t own one myself, but I totally get the appeal. Rice cookers succeed where alternative methods fail spectacularly.

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Bloomberg Technology on Twitter

Ethereum's co-founder calls crypto coin market a time-bomb https://bloom.bg/2u9Ms8X  pic.twitter.com/o3E7giFUfn

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Lorde has fans hunting high and low for easter eggs in the 'Perfect Places' music video

The New Zealand native released the gorgeous visuals for her song "Perfect Places," and along with the tweet she shared announcing it's presence, she also hinted at a few easter eggs hidden within the four-minute music video. Fans have been flooding Twitter with their guesses—some of which are hilarious, some accurate, and others are incredibly imaginative.

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55 8 Reasons to Build Your Own PC
56 LinkedIn Is Testing a Tinder for Mentoring and What Could Go Wrong?
57 The Powerless Plane Riding the Wind to a New Altitude Record
58 Uh, Is American Horror Story: Cult Still Going to Be About the Election?
59 Stephen Bannon once guided a global firm that made millions helping gamers cheat
60 Swamp Thing #34 Might Be the Most Erotic, Sex-Positive Comic Book of All Time
61 How to Help Your Staff to Curate Content
62 How Hackers Are Teaching Election Officials To Protect Their Voting Machines
63 Bloomberg Technology on Twitter
64 Meet the sex toy reviewers who just happen to be asexual
65 Sad poop, bagel and 65 other emoji could bless our phones in 2018
66 jwiegley/category-theory
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68 Crunch Report | Coinbase Reverses Stance on Bitcoin Cash
69 Can You Distinguish These Real British Places From Fake Ones an AI Made Up?
70 Riding This Sex Saddle Is Like Blasting Your Bits With a Car Engine
71 America's Most Punchable Face to Be Kept Safely Behind Bars
72 Revolutionary Chatbots Reportedly Go Rogue, Get Reeducation in China
73 Apple will reportedly release an Apple Watch with its own internet connection by the end of the year
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76 This AI Is Better At Naming New Beers Than Most Breweries
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79 Infographic: Companies are turning to hybrid cloud to save money
80 Vermont Medical School Says Goodbye To Lectures
81 Omega Ophthalmics is an eye implant platform with the power of continuous AR
82 The Supreme Court is about to become more transparent, thanks to technology
83 A comprehensive guide to the new science of treating lower back pain
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85 Google’s next Pixel phone looks pretty basic
86 The great American eclipse: A last-minute planning guide
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91 WannaCry hero accused of creating Russian banking virus
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93 Hyperloop One’s full-scale pod reaches 192 mph in new Nevada track test
94 Bitcoin breaks $3,000 to reach new all-time high
95 Here are the 67 new emoji that might hit phones in 2018