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Here’s what Microsoft announced at E3 2018

With 50 titles, including 15 Xbox exclusives, today’s Microsoft E3 event was wall to wall with new game trailers. As the first press conference of the big three, the company clearly wanted to put on a big (and extremely loud) show — and largely succeeded on that front. We won’t bo…

8 of Sarah Huckabee Sanders' most batshit moments as press secretary

A walk down bad memory lane.

Today in Apple history: iPhone 4 preorders set an impressive record | Cult of Mac

On June 16, 2010, Apple reports a massive surge of interest in its upcoming iPhone 4, with 600,000 sales on the first day of preorders. The company calls the number "far higher" than expected. At the time, it's the largest number of iPhone preorders Apple has ever taken in a single day.

Disney should own theme parks’ VR and AR-infused future

With Disney’s help, The Void has built a spectacular <i>Star Wars</i> VR experience. But that’s just the beginning of what this new technology can do for location-based entertainment.

Soul Machines: Engineering Lifelike, Emotionally Responsive AI

Siri is just an assistant. AVA's neural network and virtual brainstem make her an AI almost as human as you.

Zalman's New Fan Doubles as Holographic 3D Display

South Korean company Zalman is well known for its cooling products, but a new fan they are working on adds something extra: 3D holographic projections. This fan doesn't just cool you down, it outputs 3D images and plays video.

'Gears of War 5' is coming to Xbox in 2019

Gears of War has been a stalwart of the Microsoft Xbox library since its first iteration debuted in 2006. And now we're getting a new one, Microsoft announced a...

PNNL: News - Seawater yields first grams of yellowcake

For now, based on the successful scaled-up testing in Sequim and significant production of yellowcake, LCW is applying for further SBIR funding for a uranium extraction field demonstration, to be led by PNNL, in the Gulf of Mexico, where the water is much warmer. The material performs much better in warmer water and extraction rates in the Gulf are expected to be three to five times higher, therefore making it more economical to obtain uranium from seawater.

8 women in science and their ground-breaking achievements

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Theranos founder Holmes, former president indicted for fraud

(Reuters) - Theranos Inc founder Elizabeth Holmes and the embattled blood-testing company’s former president were indicted on charges that they engaged in schemes to defraud investors, doctors and patients, the U.S. Justice Department announced on Friday.

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Vizio M-Series 2018: Another high-performance TV bargain

The on-screen home page takes too long to load after you press the "V" button on the remote and once it does arrive, there's not much there. Just 18 apps appear along the bottom, and while six are heavy hitters (Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, Vudu, YouTube and Plex) the rest are minor, and it doesn't have plenty of other big apps like DirecTV Now, HBO, ESPN, CNN or Pandora. You can't remove or reorder apps, or in any way customize the Discover section, which occupies most of the screen with movies and shows you probably don't care about. And even if you do, you'll need a TV provider sign-in for a lot of them.

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Facebook Messenger app crashes? Here's how to fix

According to The Verge , that's because you downloaded Messenger version 170.0, which was just released yesterday. It seems to have a bug which makes the app crash as soon as you open it, according to many user reports.

8 China state media attack U.S. tariffs, leave scope for negotiation

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China responded vigorously in state media on Saturday after the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump said it would impose tariffs on $50 billion (37.7 billion pounds) of Chinese imports, but some commentary left room for further negotiations.

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Most of the repos from the Pocket GitHub page were not there 6 or 12 months ago. They keep bublishing new repos from time to time. All server side properties of Mozilla are Free Software. Pocket will probably be soon.

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RIP, 'Pro Evolution Soccer'

Still, UEFA's announcement made it seem as if it was Konami's decision to end the relationship, which seems like a baffling move from the Japanese developer. "The UEFA Champions League license has given us a platform to create unique experiences and provide football fans from all over the world with an opportunity to enjoy this competition first-hand," said Jonas Lygaard, senior director of brand and business development for Konami Digital Entertainment B.V. "This year, however, we will shift our focus into other areas. We will continue to explore alternative ways UEFA and Konami can continue to work together, as our relationship remains strong."

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iOS 12: The hidden feature I won't be switching on | ZDNet

Given how unstable some iOS updates can be, I don't think I'll be switching on the iOS 12 automatic update feature anytime soon.

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How to protect your company from tax season phishing scams

For example, if an employee named Ray Donovan sends a W-2 form from his corporate email address (ray.donovan@company.com) to his Gmail address (ray.donovan72@gmail.com), UEBA can determine that it's highly likely this information is being sent to the same person and will not send a critical alert nor block the transmission. It helps if Ray has a history of sending himself emails of this nature so UEBA can mark that behavior as normal.

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E3 2018 was full of games, tears and Fortnite -- lots of Fortnite

Yeah, the lines are long, the food's bad and the traffic around the Los Angeles Convention Center is insane. But entertainment in the right doses is good for the soul. And since video games  have been entertaining me since I was a little kid , this is my type of show. E3 is an event where people geek out over an industry they love so much that this past week isn't even the first time I've seen someone cry with joy over a video game. If you don't find that endearing, you're just missing out.

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Want your Pebble smartwatch to work past June? Rebble is your friend

Some Pebble features go bye-bye on June 30. Sign up with Rebble to save them.

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Instagram won't tell you when someone screenshots your Stories

The feature was only ever available to a small set of users as part of its beta testing, so it's not going to be missed by a lot of people. But if you were hoping to eventually get it before you go all in on documenting your life on social media without having to leave a permanent record, then this probably kills your chances. That is, unless Instagram is cooking up a similar-but-ultimately-different feature for wider release.

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How to run VirtualBox virtual machines from the command line

If you're using VirtualBox as a virtual machine (VM) server in your data center, chances are you're going to want to know how to run those VMs without having to rely on the VirtualBox GUI. This makes it much easier to run your VMs without having to be at the host machine (you can ssh into the host and then manage the VMs) or without having a number of GUI windows open to clutter your server desktops (or be readily available for prying eyes).

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Automation: How iRobot's Roomba vacuum cleaner became part of the family | ZDNet

We looked at it, thought it was silly but then thought of it as a video game pet. We thought, why don't we create a real robot pet? First we built a robot doll. And we took that around different toy companies and they said, "It's very nice but what we really want is a robot baby". So we partnered with Hasbro. We did this for about three and a half years and we built some good toys and had some success. Most importantly, because of them we went to the best factories in China and learned how to build at very low cost.

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​Buildah 1.0: Linux Container construction made easy | ZDNet

Using containers is easy-peasy. Building them, not so much. Now, Red Hat has released Buldah 1.0, an easy-to-use, Linux shell-based container builder tool.

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iOS 12 for iPhone brings bad news for iPhone hackers

So to all the people that held off paying $999, you might be in luck. In September, it's possible you could get an almost all-screen iPhone starting for as low as $600. The 6.5-inch iPhone X successor with an OLED screen could still cost between $900 and $1,000, Kuo forecasts, so save up.

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Apple suddenly remembers the Mac (or remembers you care about it) | ZDNet

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How to create and edit plain text files in iOS with Textor

Textor was introduced recently on Apple's App Store, and the free app has quickly won over many plain text users as a simple way to open nearly any file in place, edit, and save it back to the Files app. Learn how easy it is to use the Textor app to create and edit files in iOS 11.

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Telstra set to deploy 2Gbps 4G before end of year | ZDNet

Spectrum refarming and new technology to be a 4G foundation for Telstra as 5G approaches, its director of Networks Mike Wright has told ZDNet.

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E3 2018: Fallout's Vault 76 has opened! (Walk-through)

Check out this interactive walk-through of Vault 76. In the Fallout universe timeline Vault 76 is one of the earliest bunkers to open after the initial nuclear apocalypse 20 years before. At E3 2018 Bethesda set up a Vault 76 booth to give conference goers some semblance of what that might have looked like.

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Lenovo ThinkPad P52, now with up to 128GB of RAM | ZDNet

Do you need a laptop with a 6-core processor, NVIDIA Quadro P3200, and an incredible 128GB of RAM? Lenovo's upcoming ThinkPad P52 mobile workstation has you covered.

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The Dark Side of Psychedelic – Ivana Veljović – Medium

Psychedelics are tools that can be used in different ways. They can be used for healing, inducing spiritual experiences, or for nonethical experiments. The way forward safely and intelligently is to understand protections we have available to us. The power of psychedelics is to open the mind to new information, not simply to make the world look better than it is. It’s to address the shadow side of life. Psychedelics help to understand the life, not by giving us all answers, but they dismantle unhealthy beliefs that shadow our vision. They offer anew perspective to worldviews and because of this, a new and more relevant understanding of the actual world we live in.

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How the 22nd century should remember Trump

And at that point we're basically in the timeline foreseen by the 20th century's foremost future historian, science fiction writer Robert Heinlein. In 1953, Heinlein described a folksy, racist, populist TV preacher winning the White House with a minority of the popular vote — in the election of 2012. (What's four years' difference at that many decades' distance, right?) This president then "needed stormtroopers" and so "revived the Ku Klux Klan in all but name." America's economy stagnated, and elections soon became a thing of the past.

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How to use the Firefox Multi-Account Containers extension

That's all there is to adding another layer of privacy to the Firefox browser. I highly recommend making use of this extension, especially if you depend upon social networking to help spread the word of your business or services. The last thing you want is to allow those sites to easily track your web footprint. With the Firefox Multi-Account Containers extension, you gain a bit of added privacy while also enabling you to use multiple accounts for any site you use. Give this extension a go, and see if it doesn't wind up becoming a permanent fixture in Firefox.

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Microsoft gives Office a refreshed look and feel

“Word, Excel, and PowerPoint on Windows offer our deepest, richest feature set – and they’re the preferred experience for users who want to get the most from our apps,” the company writes in today’s announcement. “Users have a lot of ‘muscle memory’ built around these versions, so we plan on being especially careful with changes that could disrupt their work. We aren’t ready to bring the simplified ribbon to these versions yet because we feel like we need more feedback from a broader set of users first. But when we do, users will always be able to revert back to the classic ribbon with one click.”

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E3 2018: Gears 5 Announced - IGN

Microsoft revealed the game during its Xbox E3 showcase. In Gears 5, you'll play as Kait Diaz, one of the key characters from Gears of War 4. Unlike prior entries in the franchise, it appears Microsoft has dropped "of War" for the series' fifth main entry.

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Microsoft plans to fix its Xbox-exclusive problems with these five new studios

For Xbox gamers, this is likely going to mean plenty of new titles coming exclusively to Xbox or Microsoft Platforms. And, for fans of these studios, the monetary support from Microsoft should help them put out some great new content. Spencer even said the studios would have "creative independence," which should help ease any worries that Microsoft could spoil these studios. 

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The Real Reason Apple and Google Want You to Use Your Phone Less

This week Apple follows Google by announcing features to help people cut back on their tech use. Why would the companies that make your phone want you to use it less? If tech is “hijacking your brain” with their “irresistible” products, as some tech critics claim, why are these companies now acting against their own interests? Perhaps the tech giants have had a change of heart or have been persuaded by public pressure to change their ways? Hardly.

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SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Foxconn said it would establish its North American corporate headquarters in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, following the purchase of a building in the city’s downtown area.

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Siri Shortcuts in iOS 12: Everything You Need to Know

Apple did not announce any major enhancements to Siri for iOS 12 but it did announce Siri Shortcuts which provides one with essentially an unlimited set of permutations and combinations of commands that they can get the voice assistant to run. Apple is achieving this by building on its Workflow acquisition from 2017 and basically integrating it with Siri.

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I don't understand why the big wheel turns while it's going up the stairs. What benefit does that have! Not even turning at the same pace... It's like geared two to one, with the track...

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Google's new ad settings will let you switch off adverts that know too much | ZDNet

"Turning off a factor means you'll no longer receive tailored ads related to it across our services, and on websites and apps that partner with us to show ads, as long as you're signed in to your Google Account. The ads you see can still be based on general factors, like the subject of what you're looking at or the time of day, or any other factor that is still turned on," Google explained in a blogpost .

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Sweet deals on 3 totally unique speakers

As for the speaker, it begs the question: Why are all other speakers naked? The Scroll's lovely leather wrapper unfurls to form a base, exposing the grill enough for you to hear your tunes. This is easier shown than explained, hence the video. Is the casing just a gimmick? Maybe, but I find the overall design really slick, especially in contrast with the basic-brick design of so many other speakers.

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Here's every power Jack-Jack has in Incredibles 2

OK, this one might be a stretch. Jack-Jack seems no older than 18 months, tops. Yet after spending a few days with Edna he can accurately mimic her walking gait and facial expressions. This is different from the metamorphosis power mentioned before. It could be that the kid is just a naturally skilled mimic (or it could just be a cartoon thing), but my kid was definitely not up to this level at 18 months. It's uncanny.

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Is speedy rollout of Windows 10 version 1803 causing quality problems? | ZDNet

Microsoft insists that its rollout of the latest Windows 10 feature update is going well, but some customers are skeptical. And without accurate data, it's impossible to tell who's right.

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Cisco Live 2018: Avoiding distillery explosions with cybersecurity | ZDNet

Liquor company Beam Suntory is deploying a series of IoT and security features to smarten up its plants and distilleries while avoiding potentially catastrophic cyber attacks.

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Judge: Transgender inmate's discrimination suit can move forward

BOSTON — A federal judge says a lawsuit brought by a transgender woman seeking to be transferred from an all-male Massachusetts prison to a women's facility can move forward.

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IBM buys Oniqua Holdings to bolster asset optimization business | ZDNet

Oniqua specializes in inventory optimization software for asset-intensive industries such as mining, oil and gas, transportation, utilities, and manufacturing. Its key focus is on Maintenance Repair and Operations (MRO) systems, which monitor the operational efficiency of parts and equipment to avoid unplanned downtime.

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Google makes G Suite's App Maker generally available | ZDNet

Google pitches App Maker as a valuable tool for organizations that don't have room in their IT budgets for custom apps. Given that IT budgets typically prioritize big-ticket enterprise apps like CRM and ERP tools, it can be challenging to find resources for custom apps that focus on other needs, such as resolving help desk tickets.

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Can Russian hackers be stopped? Here's why it might take 20 years | ZDNet

"I think the national security community has lacked a bit of creativity when it comes to thinking of the sheer scope and scale of a massive cyberattack, and the physical consequences that come from that, so I think the nuclear deterrent is interesting--it's part of the evolution of what is going to be a truly effective deterrence. We just don't know yet, and I don't think we will know for about 20 more years," said Rudolph.

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This company just sold one million phones in 22 days | ZDNet

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How to leverage the industrial internet of things | ZDNet

Rexnord provides a range of smart-connected products that offer a way to monitor critical parameters of its customers' equipment, providing operational analytics that help them improve the performance of their systems and anticipate the failure of key components. That way they can prolong the useful life of equipment and avoid catastrophic failures that result in costly unplanned production downtime.

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How ARKit 2 works, and why Apple is so focused on AR

We’re going to comb through what Apple has said about AR and ARKit this week, go over exactly what the toolkit does and how it works, and speculate about the company’s strategy—why Apple seems to care so much about AR, and why it thinks it’s going to get there first in a coming gold rush.

51 Comcast: We've stopped throttling speeds for heavy internet users, for now | ZDNet
52 Apple lures away senior self-driving car engineer from Google's Waymo | Cult of Mac
53 ​Windows 10: How Microsoft used AI to speed up its April 2018 Update roll out | ZDNet
54 This new Android malware delivers banking trojan, keylogger and ransomware | ZDNet
55 A new hack hits Tapplock, thanks to a leaky server
56 ​Chinese regulators approve Qualcomm NXP merger: Report | ZDNet
57 Trump's getting the Cambridge Analytica band back together
58 IBM's cloud surge: Can 18 new availability zones close gap on AWS, Microsoft? | ZDNet
59 Out of stealth: New company brings Street View to the construction industry | ZDNet
60 Of course there’s a blockchain-based religion
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62 ​Samsung plans to go fully renewable for energy in US, China, Europe by 2020 | ZDNet
63 Expect AT&T's 'WarnerMedia' to expand HBO's budget
64 Embedded Analytics for Dummies.
65 Microsoft is working on its own game streaming service
66 Cyber threat intelligence versus business risk intelligence: What you need to know | ZDNet
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68 Cyberpunk 2077 – official E3 2018 trailer
69 Bethesda at E3 2018: Fallout 76, The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield
70 The best reactions to Angela Merkel’s viral Trump G7 photo
71 McGill music student awarded $350,000 after girlfriend stalls career
72 These “Humble” Behaviors Are Hurting Your Credibility
73 At urging of Minneapolis police, Hennepin EMS workers subdued dozens with a powerful sedative
74 Why does walking through doorways make us forget?
75 How to combine SSH key authentication and two-factor authentication on Linux
76 World Cup 2018: How to get your TV ready to watch
77 15 Mister Rogers quotes for when you need a friendly neighbor
78 Dark Web Drug Vendor Pleads Guilty After Feds Traced His Bitcoin Transactions
79 Inside Netflix’s TV-Swallowing, Market-Dominating Binge Factory
80 Minimalist style, major picture quality from Vizio's M series
81 Intel’s love affair with PC gaming
82 UPS’s $20 Billion Problem: Operations Stuck in the 20th Century
83 Spigen Classic C1 review: Who knew an iPhone X case could look this cool?
84 Learning Bluetooth Hackery with BLE CTF
85 The best ways to test your serverless applications – freeCodeCamp
86 Lambdas and functions in Python
87 The Future of the Web Is 100 Years Old - Issue 21: Information - Nautilus
88 Non-invasive Power Monitor (W.I.P)
89 A helpful list of mental health resources to remind you there’s always hope
90 Tour New Jersey’s most iconic recording studio
91 Facebook’s new AI research is a real eye-opener