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Six futuristic off-road vehicles - (Saturday 14th of January 2017 10:00:00 PM)
By Cat DiStasio "Where we're going, we don't need roads." When Doc Brown said it, he was
driving a flying time machine, of course. But not all vehicles need to become airborne to
travel off the grid. This capability is especially noteworthy in rural...  [...]
Twitter ditches its small business tool - (Wednesday 11th of January 2017 10:15:00 PM)
Well, that didn't last long. Twitter started publicly testing its Dashboard tool in June to
help small businesses connect with you online, but the social network has revealed that it's
closing down the feature mere months later, on February 3rd. It's...  [...]
Farewell, CES 2017! - (Monday 09th of January 2017 06:10:00 PM)
That's it! We spent all of last week in Las Vegas checking out what the world's biggest
companies and scrappiest startups had to offer. As you'd expect, the whole thing was equal
parts exhausting and exhilarating, but now we're (mostly) back home and...  [...]
Canada finds Apple's carrier deals don't hurt competition - (Sunday 08th of January 2017 02:59:00 AM)
France may think Apple is up to no good with its carrier deals for the iPhone, but you won't
hear similar gripes from Canada. The country's corrivalry Bureau has tough that there isn't
"sufficient evidence" to show that Apple had illegally str...  [...]
Instagram photos now look better on iPhone 7 and 7 Plus - (Friday 06th of January 2017 03:53:00 AM)
When Apple announced that it's latest iPhone would snap brighter, more vivid playhouse with its
"wide color capture" feature, Instagram was quick to promise an updated app to support that
expanded color gamut. Turns out, they were half right: today In...  [...]
FBI says DNC wouldn't give it direct access to hacked servers - (Friday 06th of January 2017 01:34:00 AM)
The FBI has spent months trying to pointed people that Russia was behind the DNC hack, but
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Facebook will set off fireworks on your feed for NYE - (Saturday 31st of December 2016 05:00:00 AM)
This December 31st and January 1st, you can set off high-spirited fireworks on your Facebook
News Feed to welcome 2017. Simply click or tap a trigger phrase, such "Happy New Year" (of
course), on your friends' or even your own status update. You'll know  [...]
Facebook briefly bans journalist's post slamming Trump supporters - (Saturday 31st of December 2016 02:57:00 AM)
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The year of Yahoo's undoing - (Friday 30th of December 2016 07:00:00 PM)
It's not often that we're able to quantify the crappiness of a part year, but Yahoo's 2016 was
so tragic that it ended with a hefty, widely publicized price tag: $1 billion. That's the size
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The Morning After: Wednesday, December 28 2016 - (Wednesday 28th of December 2016 11:00:00 AM)
It's Wednesday and we're talking about an Amazon Echo speaker that's daedal in a murder case,
artificial report making smarter game opponents (and Samsung phones, oh, and a giant robot that
you can get inside and pilot. My kriss kringle presents...  [...]
Amazon plans a big digital-only sale for December 30th - (Wednesday 28th of December 2016 08:02:00 PM)
You can call Amazon's Prime Day an excuse to clear out slow-moving products, but there's no
examine that it was a success -- and now, the w3 retailer is hoping to replicate that success
for online-only sales. It's launching a Digital Day sale...  [...]
Twitter spent 2016 pouring gasoline on its fires - (Wednesday 28th of December 2016 05:00:00 PM)
Twitter isn't a single entity, but a conglomeration of communities that use the same scaffold
for various purposes. There's weird Twitter, lobbyist Twitter -- hell, there's even a cute
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FBI looks into Chinese hack targeting federal insurance - (Sunday 25th of December 2016 07:50:00 AM)
The US' Federal Deposit indemnity clan hasn't had an easy time of things in recent years: it's
been the subject of large hacks in recent years, open gate in 2010. And now, the FBI wants
answers. Reuters sources intuition that the law enforc...  [...]
KFC's latest weird tech suggests an order based on your face - (Friday 23rd of December 2016 05:45:00 PM)
KFC is no stranger to getting funky in order to sell its chicken but this one is really out
there. The company's Chinese separation is partnering with Baidu to create a smart night club
which will stand by meals based on the customer's looks. Specifi...  [...]
The Morning After: Thursday December 22, 2016 - (Thursday 22nd of December 2016 11:00:00 AM)
Good morning! If you need some last-minute gift ideas, don't worry -- we've got your
back. Issues in the news include Uber ending its self-driving car tests in San Francisco, a
Nokia vs. Apple patent battle and an early look at Sling TV's AirTV play...  [...]
Cuba tries offering home internet access - (Tuesday 20th of December 2016 06:05:00 AM)
It's all well and good that Google is gift faster access to its good works in Cuba, but there's
a glaring problem: most Cubans have to go out of their way to use them. Home w3 access isn't an
option, so most confines have to  [...]
The Morning After: Weekend Edition - (Saturday 17th of December 2016 01:00:00 PM)
Letter from the Editor Christmas is right around the corner, but Santa's not the only one
dropping from the sky with presents this holiday season. Amazon's Prime Air officially began
service this week, when a drone made the service's first deliver...  [...]
Fact-check Trump's next tweetstorm as it happens - (Friday 16th of December 2016 11:26:00 PM)
President-elect Donald Trump is an active Twitter user and has over 17.4 million followers.
Those are facts. The lading of his tweets usually aren't. Or they aren't whole truths. As a way
of fact checking our nation's next leader's online musings,...  [...]
Facebook test lets you hide upsetting ads - (Sunday 18th of December 2016 12:55:00 AM)
Targeted ads can be annoying, but they're much worse when they're insensitive to tragedies in
your life. If you lose a child, seeing ads for children's lines is understandably traumatic.
Facebook wants to change this. It's testing a feature tha...  [...]
The Engadget Podcast Ep 18: We Both Go Down Together - (Friday 16th of December 2016 03:00:00 PM)
Managing Editor Dana Wollman and Senior Editor Devindra Hardawar join host Terrence O'Brien to
talk about the biggest tech stories of the week. First Dana and Devindra debate the value of
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Recommended Reading: Meet the attorney who's fighting revenge porn - (Saturday 10th of December 2016 05:30:00 PM)
The squeal Fighting Revenge Porn Margaret Talbot, The New Yorker Carrie Goldberg started her
apply to "be the lawyer" she needed after being jerk around online by an ex. Now she's a
pioneer is dealing with revenge porn cases, defending victims a...  [...]
Twitter says no to law enforcement protest policing tool - (Saturday 10th of December 2016 11:30:00 PM)
Twitter has cut off access for a tool that law enforcement was using to monitor the social
network for protest-specific keywords. Those be conspicuous "Mikebrown," "Blacklivesmatter" and
"imunarmed" according to rule to reports obtained by The Daily Dot.  [...]
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Twitter in 2016 was a pretty depressing place to be - (Tuesday 06th of December 2016 07:37:00 AM)
Let's not be mealymouthed: 2016 sucked. As a stark reminder, Twitter has released its "Top 10
Global Conversations" for the year, a change from last year's #YearOnTwitter format. This time,
it lumped events into wide like #RIP, #Brexit, #Trump...  [...]
The Morning After: Weekend Edition - (Saturday 03rd of December 2016 01:00:00 PM)
Letter from the Editor December's here, and that means the holidays have kicked into
overdrive as companies everywhere hope that it's their gear you'll be giving. Google, however,
has made the curious decision to ignore one of its more successful...  [...]
Recommended Reading: Should Facebook start fact-checking news? - (Saturday 03rd of December 2016 05:30:00 PM)
Facebook Shouldn't Fact-Check Jessica Lessin, The New York Times How should Facebook combat
fake news? The company isn't sure yet, but one tech correspondent argues fact-checking isn't
the answer. The Information's editor-in-chief Jessica Lessin penn...  [...]
How an obscure rule lets law enforcement search any computer - (Thursday 01st of December 2016 10:00:00 PM)
With today's amendments to Rule 41, the statute that regulates legal search and seizure, the US
sector of Justice has a new weapon to fight cyber crime -- but it's a double-edged sword. The
changes expand the FBI's ability to search miscellaneous comp...  [...]
High school students open-source Shkreli's pricey HIV drug - (Thursday 01st of December 2016 11:23:00 PM)
Australian high school students have done "a little break and entry Bad" by synthesizing and
effectively open-sourcing the drug famously hiked 5,000 percent in price by "pharma bro" Martin
Shkreli. The drug they recreated, Daraprim, is used to treat infecti...  [...]
NY Governor Cuomo signs bill outlawing online scalpers - (Tuesday 29th of November 2016 10:37:00 PM)
Getting tickets to Beyoncé and Hamilton is already hard enough but it can be nearly
impossible if you're competing against the automated purchasers used by 21st century scalpers.
These pretended "ticket bots" are videlicet idioms:to wit if  [...]
DirecTV Now is a good start for AT&T, but nothing truly original - (Wednesday 30th of November 2016 05:01:00 AM)
If you've seen Sling TV or nintendo [tm] Vue in action, AT&T's DirecTV Now streaming
service won't offer up many surprises. Like the competition, it'll let you stream live TV and
on-demand content across a wide variety of devices -- all you need is...  [...]

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