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;widows: auto;-webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;-webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;background-position:initial initial !important;background-repeat:initial initial !important;word-spacing:0px;float:none"> AllianceBernstein analysts have suggested that the on-demand streaming subscription service YouTube TV is the television service Apple should have built. They point to how YouTube has persuaded many to become cord-cutters, using the service to replace their cable subscription – and they present an interesting theory about why Apple has made such little progress with its own TV plans … They...

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By Nicole Perlroth and David E. Sanger May 15, 2018 The White House eliminated the position of cybersecurity coordinator on the National Security Council on Tuesday, doing away with a post central to developing policy to defend against increasingly sophisticated digital attacks and the use of offensive cyber weapons. A memorandum circulated by an aide to the new national security adviser, John R. Bolton, said the post was no longer considered...

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;widows: auto;-webkit-text-size-adjust: auto;-webkit-text-stroke-width: 0px;background-position:initial initial !important;background-repeat:initial initial !important;word-spacing:0px;float:none"> As a byproduct of this data collection, you may spot credit card fraud or other errant charges, too, or just get a handle on your spending. But why revisit this concept now, when it failed before? Well, there’s the argument that some startups are just “too early,” or that they...

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Mugshots.com is a "business permeated with fraud," California AG says. Thomas Keesee (left) and Sahar Sarid (right) were arrested in Florida on Wednesday and await extradition to California. Palm Beach Sheriff's Office / Broward Sheriffs' Office 173 FURTHER READING Judge spanks Mugshots.com hard for charging for photo removal Two alleged owners of Mugshots.com—Sahar Saridand Thomas Keesee—have been arrested in south Florida on a recently issued California warrant. The notorious website publishes mugshots and then demands payment...

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Easily found bug in free demo let visitors track US cell phone from four top US carriers. DAN GOODIN -  5/17/2018, 5:20 PM Enlarge / An image from the LocationSmart website. LocationSmart A little-known service has been leaking the real-time locations of US cell phone users to anyone who takes the time to exploit an easily spotted bug in a free trial feature, security news site KrebsOnSecurity reported Thursday. . LocationSmart, as the service...

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Stepper Motor And Key Fob Controlled Strandbeest Hackaday  /  Steven Dufresne We never tire of watching Strandbeests with their multitude of legs walking around, and especially enjoy the RC ones. [Jeremy Cook], prolific Strandbeest maker, just made one by motorizing and adding remote control to a small, plastic wind-powered kit. We’ve seen a Strandbeest kit conversion like this before, such as this DC motor one but it’s always interesting to see how...

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Time travelers are invited to Stephen Hawking's memorial service Mashable  /  Mark Kaufman A thousand people have been invited to attend a June memorial service for theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking, whose ashes will forever be interred next to Sir Isaac Newton's in the halls of the 11th century Westminster Abbey church and time travelers from the future, it seems, are permitted to attend. Anyone over 12 can sign up for...

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Yoga Gen 3: Improved Power and Security     We have covered Lenovo X1 Yoga 3rd gen series since its inception, and while the company might only be on its 3rd generation machine, what's under its hood is what might be thought of as four generations of advancement since then. Of course we are speaking of the 8th Gen Intel Core-i5 8250U quad-core mobile processor on board the new...

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Apple is likely to launch at least one new iPhone model with a triple-lens rear camera in the second half of next year, according to the Taipei Times, citing a research note from Yuanta Securities analyst Jeff Pu. A triple-lens iPhone X mockup by Martin Hajek The report does not provide any additional details, but a Chinese report from the Economic Daily News last month suggested the...

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Employees see automation technologies in a positive light, but fear the loss of human connection at work, according to a MetLife report.       56% of employers and 49% of employees say they are optimistic about automation technologies like AI, analytics, and robots. — MetLife, 2018 51% of employers and 46% of employees say they worry that the workplace is becoming less human due to automation....

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