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  1. Oculus just lost its display guru - SlashGear


    USA TODAY

    Oculus just lost its display guru
    SlashGear
    Oculus is losing one of its top display engineers, with Mary Lou Jepsen announcing she is to leave the Facebook-owned VR company. Jepsen revealed her departure while speaking at the Anita Borg Institute's 2016 Women of Vision Awards Banquet this ...
    Facebook's 'screen queen' leaving OculusCNBC
    Oculus Display Tech Head Mary Lou Jepsen Leaves Facebook To Focus On Curing Diseases Using MRITech Times
    Facebook Loses Virtual-Reality InnovatorWall Street Journal
    CNET -Engadget -Mic -Tech Insider
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  2. Lawsuit challenging Facebook's facial recognition system moves forward - The Verge


    The Verge

    Lawsuit challenging Facebook's facial recognition system moves forward
    The Verge
    A lawsuit alleging that Facebook photo tagging violates user privacy has cleared a crucial early hurdle. A judge in Northern California District Court today ruled against a motion by Facebook to dismiss. That leaves the larger questions around ...
    Facebook Loses Bid to Dismiss Privacy Lawsuit Over its Photo-Recognition FeatureWall Street Journal (blog)
    Facebook lost the first round in a battle over the legality of its automatic photo-taggingQuartz
    Facebook's newest privacy problem: 'Faceprint' dataCNET
    Fast Company -Washington Times -USA TODAY -Engadget
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  3. Developers Can Now Sell Apps in Bulk on Windows Store for Business - PC Magazine


    PC Magazine

    Developers Can Now Sell Apps in Bulk on Windows Store for Business
    PC Magazine
    Microsoft is making it a little easier for IT departments to purchase and deploy multiple copies of an app, and for developers to make money. The Windows Store for Business, which Microsoft opened up to app developers yesterday, is a simple, Web-based ...
    The DeanBeat: Everybody is an underdog. What you do about it is what mattersVentureBeat
    Microsoft says it will stop pestering users to 'Get Windows 10' in JulyPCWorld
    Windows 10: Is Microsoft still on target for one billion devices, and does it really matter?ZDNet
    Computerworld -The Verge -CNET -InformationWeek
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  4. Debate Rages Over Whether Apple Music Automatically Deletes Users' Owned Music Collections - Mac Rumors


    Mac Rumors

    Debate Rages Over Whether Apple Music Automatically Deletes Users' Owned Music Collections
    Mac Rumors
    Apple Music is the center of a heated debate this week, with involved parties arguing over whether or not the service is deleting Apple Music users' song collections from hard drives after uploading them to iCloud Music Library. Vellum's James ...
    Ping 2.0? Apple Music revamp rumored to downplay Connect social network featureAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
    No, Apple Music doesn't delete your filesCNET
    Apple Music Connect will reportedly be downgraded in iOS 10Macworld
    Business Insider -The Verge -Forbes -AppAdvice
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  5. Big 3 increase tie-ups in race to self-driving cars - The Detroit News


    The Detroit News

    Big 3 increase tie-ups in race to self-driving cars
    The Detroit News
    Lyft Inc. and General Motors Co. are developing self-driving Chevrolet Bolt EVs that could pick up passengers for testing on California roadways within a couple of years. (Photo: Bryan Mitchell / Special to The Detroit News). Detroit automakers are ...
    GM, Lyft to Test Self-Driving Electric TaxisWall Street Journal
    GM, Lyft will let you test self-driving taxis soonCNET
    Lyft and GM to test self-driving cars within a yearDetroit Free Press
    Los Angeles Times -ExtremeTech -Fox Business -Automotive News
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  6. That massive 'data breach' was just hype, email provider says - Computerworld


    Computerworld

    That massive 'data breach' was just hype, email provider says
    Computerworld
    Hold Security made quite a splash in the security world on Wednesday when it claimed to have recovered 272 million stolen email credentials from a much larger trove, but on Friday the email provider most strongly affected called the report an effort to ...
    Mail.ru denies mass password breach; researcher stands by findingsReuters
    Big Data Breaches Found at Major Email ServicesFortune
    Security Central: A Banner Week for Hackers, Fraudsters - May 6th, 2016The VAR Guy
    ZDNet -Engadget -Dazeinfo (blog) -Bloomberg BNA
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  7. Netflix now lets you control how much data it uses when streaming from your smartphone - TechCrunch


    TechCrunch

    Netflix now lets you control how much data it uses when streaming from your smartphone
    TechCrunch
    Netflix announced this morning a new way for consumers to control how much data its app uses when they're accessing the service by way of a mobile device. In the updated version of the iOS or Android application, there will be a new setting called ...
    Netflix Now Offers Cellular Data Controls for QualityDroid Life (press release) (blog)
    Got unlimited data? Netflix now lets you get the highest quality on mobileArs Technica
    Netflix rolls out new cellular data controls to let you tweak the quality of your video streamsVentureBeat
    Business Insider -The Verge -Mac Rumors -CNET
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  8. Researchers have developed a flexible holographic smartphone screen that plays a mean game of 'Angry Birds' - TechCrunch


    TechCrunch

    Researchers have developed a flexible holographic smartphone screen that plays a mean game of 'Angry Birds'
    TechCrunch
    The first thing you do upon developing a flexible holographic smartphone display? Fire up a game of Angry Birds, naturally. All the rest of that smartphone functionality can wait until you've finished a few rounds of slingshotting avian missiles. Maybe ...
    Meet HoloFlex, a Holographic, Flexible SmartphonePC Magazine
    The HoloFlex is a flexible, glasses-free 3D displayEngadget
    This flexible, holographic phone is the wildest thing you'll see all weekBGR
    Android Headlines - Android News -Mashable -Gizmodo -The Verge
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  9. Rethinking security for the Internet of Things - TechCrunch


    TechCrunch

    Rethinking security for the Internet of Things
    TechCrunch
    Many people scoffed in January 2014 when Cisco CEO John Chambers pegged the “Internet of Everything” as a potential $17 trillion market, five to 10 times more impactful on society than the Internet itself. Two years later, it seems that Chambers ...
    To go from IT to IoT, build on your skillsComputerworld
    The Future of the Industrial Internet of ThingsTrefis
    It's an ​IoT world: The big shift to intelligent devicesZDNet
    eMarketer -MediaPost Communications -opensource.com -CIO Insight (blog)
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