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  You've been hearing the term Managed I.T. Services used quite a bit these past years, but you've never fully understood just what's included in the term.   The FLNerds demystifies the term Managed I.T. Services and breaks the term down in a language every small business owner (and anyone else) can understand.   Whether you're an army of 1 or you employ 100 people in 5 locations, finding a...

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Claimed 'iPhone X Plus' Displays and Digitizers Shown in Leaked Photos FEBRUARY 24, 2018 AT 10:22 PM MacRumors: Mac News and Rumors - Front Page  /  Eric Slivka New photos claimed to be of the rumored 6.5-inch "iPhone X Plus" screen and digitizer have been shared on the MacX forums [Google Translate], with the poster claiming the parts come from a "trial run of production equipment" at LG's facilities in...

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Stretched PC Case Turned GPU Cryptominer FEBRUARY 23, 2018 AT 10:00 PM Hackaday  /  Tom Nardi We don’t do financial planning here at Hackaday, so we won’t weigh in on the viability of making money mining cryptocurrency in such a volatile market. But we will say that if you’re going to build a machine to hammer away at generating Magical Internet Monies, you might as well make it cool. Even if you...

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Apple to move Chinese iCloud keys to China servers, opens door to government data requests FEBRUARY 24, 2018 AT 2:19 AM AppleInsider - Frontpage News In order to conform with Chinese cybersecurity laws, Apple will for the first time move cryptographic iCloud account keys out of the U.S. and into China when it migrates customer data to a local server farm in late February. Apple notified users of the...

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Some Instacart Workers Didn't Get Their Tips Because Of a 'Bug' FEBRUARY 23, 2018 AT 4:57 PM Gizmodo  /  Melanie Ehrenkranz Photo: Getty Instacart just nailed two of Silicon Valley’s classic misbehaviors—blaming the machines and mistreating contractors. On Friday, the $4.2 billion company said in a blog post that it unintentionally shorted some of its workers’ tips and charged some customers a service fee who had waived it. CEO Apoorva Mehta faulted...

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