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Facebook organized pro-Trump rallies : Russia

Facebook should be treated like a crime scene. The social media company likely has troves of data that could provide critical leads for the investigation...

Facebook should be treated like a crime scene. The social media company likely has troves of data that could provide critical leads for the investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. The effort to investigate possible coordination between the Trump team and Russia has so far centered on the growing...
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150 shares, 415 points
Iphone X

iPhone X announced with edge-to-edge screen, Face ID, and no home button

The long-awaited and extensively leaked special edition iPhone  is finally upon us, and it’s called the iPhone X. This new super flagship phone from Apple...

The long-awaited and extensively leaked special edition iPhone  is finally upon us, and it’s called the iPhone X. This new super flagship phone from Apple features an edge-to-edge screen with a notch at the top to accommodate the front-facing camera and new Face ID sensors. Apple CEO Tim Cook teased the introduction of the the...
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193 shares, 442 points
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The new iPhones support the Qi wireless charging standard

Apple is keeping its wireless future dream alive and is finally letting users charge their iPhones wirelessly, The new iPhones the company announced today —...

Apple is keeping its wireless future dream alive and is finally letting users charge their iPhones wirelessly, The new iPhones the company announced today — the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus — support Qi wireless charging, or the same standard as Samsung devices. Yay for harmony. Although Apple made a big deal of the...
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160 shares, 427 points
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Facebook testing Instant Videos Feature

Facebook testing Instant Videos that can download over Wi-Fi Facebook is testing a new Instant Videos feature that makes sure you’ll always have videos ready to...

Facebook testing Instant Videos that can download over Wi-Fi Facebook is testing a new Instant Videos feature that makes sure you’ll always have videos ready to watch — and you won’t have to waste your data plan downloading them. The feature is called Instant Videos and we all familiar with instant articles feature click to read...
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154 shares, 409 points
Facebook

Facebook is testing further UI changes, including a pull-down navigation drawer

The devs in Menlo Park have been busy recently rolling out significant changes to the look of the Facebook app for Android, We’ve now received tips...

The devs in Menlo Park have been busy recently rolling out significant changes to the look of the Facebook app for Android, We’ve now received tips about a further change that’s currently being tested which changes the linear, swipe- left hamburger menu to a pull-down grid of options. The new layout even has notification dots, just like...
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232 shares, 449 points
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Xiaomi Joins Android One Program in India with the new Xiaomi Mi A1

Earlier today at a launch event in New Delhi, Xiaomi announced that they will be joining the Android One program with the launch of the Xiaomi...

Earlier today at a launch event in New Delhi, Xiaomi announced that they will be joining the Android One program with the launch of the Xiaomi Mi A1. While the phone was only announced today and has seen surprisingly few leaks, Xiaomi has managed to ensure a short gap between the announcement and the release, with the first phones...
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207 shares, 437 points

Google is Starting Work on Android P (Android 9.0) in the AOSP

It’s been a little over 5 months since Google introduced the first Android 8.0 Developer Preview and a little over a week since the latest release, now...

It’s been a little over 5 months since Google introduced the first Android 8.0 Developer Preview and a little over a week since the latest release, now known as Android Oreo, was officially launched. But while only a minuscule fraction of overall Android users have their hands on the tasty Oreo update, we would expect that Google is already starting...
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196 shares, 432 points
Sarahah app exposed

Sarahah app exposed for uploading users contacts to company servers

The Sarahah app exposed sends all contacts and email addresses stored on a user’s phone to the company’s servers without seeking proper permissions. As per...

The Sarahah app exposed sends all contacts and email addresses stored on a user’s phone to the company’s servers without seeking proper permissions. As per creator Zain al-Abidin Tawfiq, the feature was supposed to be disabled by a former partner and was put in place for an upcoming ‘find your friends’ feature. The anonymous messaging...
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244 shares, 437 points
Game Of Thrones

HBO Hackers Threaten Game Of Thrones Season Finale

Game Of Thrones hackers have left HBO in little doubt of their intentions, by dumping  social media account passwords on on the web, following the...

Game Of Thrones hackers have left HBO in little doubt of their intentions, by dumping  social media account passwords on on the web, following the theft of confidential data. In the latest update to HBO’s hacking woes, assailants have threatened to leak the Game of Thrones season finale before it is due to air next Sunday. The...
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191 shares, 420 points
BlackBerry Secure

BlackBerry may start licensing its Android ROM, called ‘ BlackBerry Secure ‘

BlackBerry has always placed a high priority on the needs of businesses, especially when it comes to security. All of the company’s Android phones come...

BlackBerry has always placed a high priority on the needs of businesses, especially when it comes to security. All of the company’s Android phones come with the ‘DTEK’ security suite, and BlackBerry has done a pretty good job of pushing out Google‘s monthly security patches. Now, BlackBerry may be looking to license its secure version...
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182 shares, 446 points
tabbed Google app interface

Google is rolling out the tabbed Google app interface to more users

It’s been a long road, getting from there to here. Google announced at the end of 2016 that it would start rolling out a tabbed Google...

It’s been a long road, getting from there to here. Google announced at the end of 2016 that it would start rolling out a tabbed Google app interface – one tab for your feed (previously known as Google Now), and the other for reminders/emails/etc. But then Google only enabled it for a small amount of users, and left...
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190 shares, 437 points

Official name for Android O tipped to be announced on (solar eclipse day) August 21

Official name for Android O upcoming Android operating system – currently being referred to as O – will be officially announced on August 21. The...

Official name for Android O upcoming Android operating system – currently being referred to as O – will be officially announced on August 21. The information comes courtesy of Android Police‘s David Ruddock, who cited a source whose info, he say, he cannot verify. His tweets suggest he knows the name, but doesn’t want to play...
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187 shares, 453 points
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Google Reportedly Developing “ STAMPS ” Technology for Snapchat-Like Media Content

News and informative content have greatly benefited from the internet’s multimedia revolution, as articles, listicles and infotainment are increasingly arriving to our screens in video...

News and informative content have greatly benefited from the internet’s multimedia revolution, as articles, listicles and infotainment are increasingly arriving to our screens in video form in order to be distributed in Social Media and instant messaging platforms. There is no shortage of ways to arrive to such content, but it seems Google is planning...
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188 shares, 456 points
​IBM's world record

​IBM’s world record: 330TB uncompressed data on a palm-sized tape cartridge

Cloud archiving services such as Amazon’s Glacier and Google’s Nearline and Coldline storage have displaced tape for some long-term archival needs, but a tape-storage breakthrough...

Cloud archiving services such as Amazon’s Glacier and Google’s Nearline and Coldline storage have displaced tape for some long-term archival needs, but a tape-storage breakthrough by IBM scientists may keep tape relevant for a while longer. IBM Research researchers have set a new record of 201 gigabits per square inch of data stored on a...
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181 shares, 447 points

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