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Christian Science MonitorAT&T's Strategy Is One Part Innovation, One Part Inspiration
New York Times
SAN FRANCISCO — AT&T is pulling out the stops to persuade people about futuristic plans for its network — and itself. Sometimes that means pushing new technology, and sometimes it means that executives show a little vulnerability, something rare in ...
AT&T Jumps Into the 5G Race
People who don't spend 5 hours a week online learning will make themselves obsolete, says AT&T CEO
AT&T Plans 5G Technology Tests Later This Year
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BustleGitHub Users Find Women's Code Better Than Men's — Until They Know Who Wrote It
With all the recent talk about women lagging behind in STEM fields, it may be tempting to assume that, whether due to biology or socialization, women are just not performing as well. But that would be wrong: The Github community actually approves more ...
Study Suggests Women Write Better Code Than Men
Are women better coders than men?
Christian Science Monitor
The Merits of Meritocracy: Are Women Better Coders Than Men?
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PCWorldGoogle kills off Picasa to focus its efforts on Google Photos
Well, it had a good run. On Friday, Google announced that it would discontinue the popular Picasa photo management tool in order to put all its efforts toward its newer Google Photos service. “After much thought and consideration, we've decided to ...
Google decides to retire Picasa, after Photos reaches 100 million users
Google Kills Desktop-Centric Picasa In Favor Of Google Photos
Google to kill Picasa, gives more room for Google Photos
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IBNLiveSeeing Beyond The Hubris Of Facebook's Free Basics Fiasco
Vivek Wadhwa is an academic, entrepreneur, and author who holds appointments at Stanford, Duke, and Singularity University. More posts by this contributor: Free Basics And Facebook's Waterloo In India · Technology Is Powering A New American Century, ...
Farhad and Mike's Week in Tech: Rethinking Twitter, and a Hurdle for Facebook
New York Times
Is There Such a Thing as Facebook Colonialism?
Facebook India's Managing Director Steps Down After Free Basics Rejection
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Digital TrendsMyShake turns your smartphone into an earthquake detector and research tool
A new Android app called MyShake uses your smartphone's accelerometers to detect earthquakes and collect helpful seismic data for researchers. Early results show that MyShake can help with the early detection of earthquakes magnitude 5 and higher ...
Scientists develop new app that uses your cellphone to detect earthquakes
Los Angeles Times
Smartphones could become the earthquake sensors of the future
Crazy new app turns your phone into an earthquake detector
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MacworldApple to replace defective USB-C cables that shipped with some 12-inch MacBooks
Got a 12-inch MacBook that you bought before the end of June 2015? You can expect to get a new USB-C cable from Apple. macbook keyboard. Comments. Nick Mediati | @dtnick. Macworld. Feb 13, 2016 11:56 AM. If you've got a dodgy Apple-branded ...
Traveling shouldn't mean losing access to your favorite movies [Deals]
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iPad Pro could use much faster 29W charging, if Apple allows USB 3 Lightning cables
Apple Announces Replacement Program For Faulty MacBook USB-C Cables
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Watch this tiny DARPA drone fly 45 mph through a warehouse
DARPA. Drones are getting faster — and smarter too. DARPA, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, announced Friday that it hit a new milestone in the development of fast, lightweight drones that can navigate themselves. Loaded with sensors ...
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NDTVFix for iPhones and iPads bricked by the '1 January, 1970' date bug
Got iPhone, iPad or iPod touch that's been bricked by the '1 January 1970' date bug? Well, there's a fix - briefly unplug the battery. Unfortunately, it means taking your device apart, so it's not without risk and not for those who value their warranty ...
Beware of the iPhone hoax: changing the date on Apple devices to Jan. 1, 1970 will break your phone
New York Daily News
Whatever you do, don't do this to your iPhone
One Date Could Permanently Brick Your iPhone
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Fox NewsCops arrest teen for hack and leak of DHS, FBI data
A 16-year-old boy living in England has been arrested in connection with the recent hack of FBI and DHS data, as well as the personal email accounts of CIA director John Brennan and homeland security chief Jeh Johnson. Fox has confirmed that British ...
Teen Arrested Over Allegations Of Hacking DHS, FBI Data (BREAKING)
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FBI is seeking to wipe off information of its employees that was stolen by a hacker
National Daily Press
UK teen arrested over FBI, DHS data hacking
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Inc.comAmazon Echo Reached Second Place on Bestseller List This Week
The "sleeper hit" virtual assistant climbed the charts following a Super Bowl ad featuring Alec Baldwin, Dan Marino, Missy Elliott and Jason Schwartzman. By Tess Townsend. Tess Townsend reports on tech and startups for the San Francisco bureau of Inc.
Ecobee and Alexa heat things up with new Amazon Echo partnership
Amazon Echo Can Now Control Thermostats
Amazon Echo Can Now Control Your Thermostat
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