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Facebook has booted Cambridge Analytica, a data firm once hired by President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, and its UK-based parent company SCL Group after it allegedly received user data improperly downloaded and shared by a University of Cambridge professor.
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The folks at New York-based startup TypingDNA have come up with a way to make 2FA a lot easier, and it's one of the most interesting ideas in biometrics I've heard of in a while - and it now works as a two-factor authentication tool right in your browser.
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Musk gave an ambitious deadline for flying SpaceX's BFR from a stage at SXSW.
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Digitimes is reporting that Apple will release a brand new ‘entry-level’ 13-inch Retina MacBook in June, with a lower cost than the current 12-inch MacBook.
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Google Chrome does an okayish job of saving your logins on various sites, but dedicated password management apps are way better. If you've been meaning to switch, you'll be glad to know that a recent update to the browser now lets you export your passwords so you can import them into a different app easily.
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Microsoft today announced its AI Platform for Windows developers, a new set of tools that will soon help developers to bring the machine learning models they..
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Washington state Governor Jay Inslee Monday signed the nation’s first state law intended to protect net neutrality, setting up a potential legal battle with the Federal Communications Commission.
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A former Google employee is claiming that the company discriminated against white and Asian male candidates during the recruiting process. Arne Wilberg, who worked as a recruiter for YouTube for seven years, filed a civil lawsuit against Google in January for allegedly retaliating against him when he objected to the company’s recruiting practices.
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Sure, it looks identical to Apple's phone. But is that such a bad thing?
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Google has published research on the application of Europe's "right to be forgotten," showing what sorts of links people want removed.
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The decision clears up questions over whether the FTC has the authority to go after broadband providers it believes are treating consumers unfairly.
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The iOS Security Guide has previously indicated that iCloud services relied on Google competitors Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a beautiful phone with a critical flaw. The fingerprint sensor is in the wrong damn spot. A phone is only as good as its usability and, to me, the S8 is crippled with its fingerprint sensor located off center. It drives me mad but Samsung finally righted the wrong with the S9.
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Now we know the first big tech company to go public in 2018. On Feb. 23, Dropbox announced its plans to raise $500 million through an IPO on Nasdaq (pdf) under the ticker "DBX." The plans filed confidentially in January were unsealed by the Securities and Exchange Commission this week. Dropbox is popular among individuals users who like the simplicity of the company’s cloud storage products, but it has struggled to make inroads in the enterprise space.
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The third time proved to be the charm. Amazon briefly topped 1,500 the previous two days before settling below the magic mark.
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Vulnerabilities in Tinder and in Facebook’s Account Kit tool could have allowed a hacker to take over a user’s Tinder account—gaining access to their private messages—using only the victim’s phone number.
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Google's Reply app for Android lets you respond to messages from a variety of services with a single tap, and its beta is showing a lot of promise already.
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Google decided last week to remove the 'View image' button from search results that would directly open the file in a new tab. Thankfully, there's a fix.
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Apple has released new software updates to address the Telugu character bug that affected devices running the latest public version of Apple’s software. Updates available today include iOS 11.2.6 for iPhone and iPad, tvOS 11.2.6 for Apple TV, watchOS 4.2.3 for Apple Watch, and macOS 10.13.3 supplemental update for Mac.
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The Wikimedia Foundation has killed off Wikipedia Zero, an initiative to deliver the online encyclopedia at no charge to mobile users around with the world.
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A federal body overseeing labor disputes advised the dismissal of Jeremy Damore's claim that Google fired him unjustly for his controversial memo regarding..
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Litecoin (LTC) has had a rough few months. From its all-time high of $375 in December, the Bitcoin fork dropped to a mere $105 just nine days ago. Along the way it seemingly lost support from its creator, Charlie Lee, who sold all of his holdings late last year. But things are looking up again. From its recent low of $105, LTC has spiked over 100 percent to hit prices of $212 as of this writing. In the last 24 hours alone, the volatile cryptocurrency is up more than 30 percent.
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On Apple's recent earnings call, CEO Tim Cook reported slightly reduced iPhone sales numbers, but he insisted the iPhone X was outselling all other iPhones.

He omitted, though, to offer any actual number for X sales. Some experts fear the phone simply doesn't inspire.

I thought it wise, then, to go and talk to real people.
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HTC's smartphone and connected devices president and former CFO, Chialin Chang, has resigned. The move, spotted earlier by Engadget, was announced today and..
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Earlier this week, a portion of iOS source code was posted online to GitHub, and in an interesting twist, a new report from Motherboard reveals that the code was originally leaked by a former Apple intern, who took the files in order to help friends in the jailbreaking community.
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The private exploit seller is expanding its reach to acquire bugs in popular Linux builds.

Zerodium is offering $45,000 to hackers willing to privately report zero-day vulnerabilities in the Linux operating system.

On Thursday, the private exploit acquisition program announced the new addition to its bounties on Twitter. Until 31 March, Zerodium is willing to offer increased payouts of up to $45,000 for local privilege escalation (LPE) exploits.
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Facial-recognition technology is no longer a gimmick seen in dystopian science fiction movies. This is how it works.
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Facebook Inc. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg says the #MeToo movement, which has spurred women to share stories of sexual harassment, can spark lasting change in workplace policies and culture.