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Email is your electronic memory
The debate continues
Industry News FastMail 16 Feb 2018 3,815
Facebook spamming users via their 2FA phone numbers
Please log in and click ad. Pls?
Industry News Mashable 16 Feb 2018 2,129
Industry News The Next Web 16 Feb 2018 1,083
VPN services 2018: The ultimate guide to protecting your data on the internet
A VPN is still one of the best ways to protect yourself on the big, bad internet.
Industry News ZDNet 16 Feb 2018 2,472
Use Microsoft Outlook? Update now to fix these two dangerous bugs
Microsoft's February patches include its mitigations for Meltdown-Spectre CPU attacks in its Security Only update.
Developer News ZDNet 16 Feb 2018 1,857
MongoDB gets support for multi-document ACID transactions
“I don’t expect this to be a common way to write to MongoDB"
Developer News TechCrunch 16 Feb 2018 1,058
Apple’s HomePod: Paying $350 for a speaker that says “no” this much is tough
"Just as the AirPods are fun and flashy headphones for Apple diehards to listen to music on the go, HomePod is a pleasant way for them to listen to that music at home. That’s it."
Developer News Ars Technica 16 Feb 2018 1,453
SpaceX hits two milestones in plan for low-latency satellite broadband
SpaceX got good news from the FCC and will launch two demo satellites Saturday.
Developer News Ars Technica 16 Feb 2018 2,091
What would be your reaction?
Something we've all experienced at one job or another.
Hot Threads CodeProject 16 Feb 2018 1,485
Reddit audiophiles test HomePod, say it sounds better than $1,000 speaker
Apple released its much-hyped HomePod speaker to the masses last week, and the general consensus among early reviews is that it sounds superb for a relatively small device.
Tips and Tools Ars Technica 16 Feb 2018 271
Intel’s Vaunt glasses are the first, most important step toward the AR revolution
Intel’s Vaunt smart glasses are important. They’re probably the most important AR wearable we’ve ever seen, and there’s a simple reason for that: They’re wearable.
Tips and Tools Digital Trends 16 Feb 2018 261
Microsoft will use a blockchain to decentralize data for better control
Microsoft said on Monday, February 13, that it plans to use blockchain technology to give you more control over your digital identity.
Tips and Tools Digital Trends 16 Feb 2018 277
Amazon is reportedly following Apple and Google by designing custom AI chips for Alexa
Amazon has started designing a custom artificial intelligence chip that would power future Echo devices and improve the quality and response time of its Alexa voice assistant
Tips and Tools The Verge 16 Feb 2018 32
ARM unveils two new AI chip designs to ride the machine learning wave
British chip designer ARM is the latest firm to prime the AI pump with specialized hardware, unveiling two new processor designs today that it promises will deliver “a transformational amount of compute capability” for companies building machine learning-powered gadgets.
Tips and Tools The Verge 16 Feb 2018 115
AI is helping seismologists detect earthquakes they’d otherwise miss
Using the same tools we use for voice detection, scientists are uncovering tiny earthquakes hidden in the data
Tips and Tools The Verge 16 Feb 2018 59
STANK LOVE, BEAR WIG, and other sayings from AI-generated candy hearts
While it’s easy to laugh at AI-created Valentine’s Day messages like LOVE 2000 HOGSYEA, her research also illustrates an important issue in artificial intelligence: why good data, and lots of it, matters for developing AI.
Tips and Tools Popular Science 16 Feb 2018 46
Satire Reddit 16 Feb 2018 4,133
Ultra-processed foods 'linked to cancer'
Also, there's this mark on my leg I Googled. It is also linked to cancer.
Science And Technology BBC 16 Feb 2018 2,118
AMP for email is a terrible idea
"Facebook is doing it, so Google has to."
Industry News TechCrunch 15 Feb 2018 10,355
Sky-High Salaries Are the Weapons in the AI Talent War
Want to command the crazy wages? Here’s what you need to bring.
Industry News Bloomberg 15 Feb 2018 3,374
Industry News The Verge 15 Feb 2018 3,670
Bill Gates says big tech companies are inviting government regulation
"There’s no question of ability; it’s the question of willingness."
Industry News The Verge 15 Feb 2018 1,767
What I wish I knew when I became CTO
Pants optional Fridays do not work, no matter how much you want it to.
Developer News Medium 15 Feb 2018 3,364
Who Killed The Junior Developer?
But I did not shoot the web developer~
Developer News Medium 15 Feb 2018 4,230

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