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Archive Month: July 2018

A podcast playlist for your trip to Mars

It’s a good time to get ready. In the very recent past, the idea of traveling to Mars was the stuff of science fiction (and frequently bad science fiction at that). Thanks to advances in technology and a surge of private companies entering the space race—not to mention the seemingly strong possibility of flowing water […]

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From Amazon to Microsoft, tech companies faced yet another ethical reckoning this week

As this week’s petitions and protests show, quarterly gains will not be the one measure of values. Thursday was a very whats up for Amazon–besides when it wasn’t. The company posted eye-popping gains per share of $5.07–more than double what analysts had expected. However that wasn’t the only surprising outcome for the corporation. Its Rekognition […]

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What we know about how Russia combined cyberwar and infowar in 2016

A white-hat hacker explains how a Kremlin-backed campaign of hacking and propaganda helped pushed the American people farther apart. The Soviet Union and now Russia under Vladimir Putin have waged a political power struggle against the West for nearly a century. Spreading false and distorted information–called dezinformatsiya after the Russian word for “disinformation”–is an age-old strategy […]

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An app for protecting kids online is growing popular with autocrats

After showing how Canadian company Netsweeper has helped wall off the internet around the globe, a lead researcher calls the firm’s response “insulting.” Netsweeper, a company in Ontario, Canada, has touted its internet filtering software as a way for institutions like schools and hospitals to block pornographic, exploitative, or illicit websites, or help governments collect […]

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Congress demands Jeff Bezos explain Amazon’s face recognition software

As an “alarmed” bipartisan group of 25 Congressmen demanded answers from the Amazon CEO, the company suggested that regulation was needed. This time it’s personal. Yesterday, the ACLU demonstrated how Amazon’s face recognition technology, dubbed Rekognition, could literally mistake members of Congress for criminal suspects. Now folks on the Hill suddenly want to know a […]

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A 10-step guide to queer UX

“There’s nothing revolutionary about technology if it is only for a limited number of people.” I recently went to a SheGeeksOut event at the OKCupid headquarters. Something had been on the back of my mind since I started my journey to become a developer, and I never quite knew how to express it. Part of […]

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Siri’s last cofounder and Apple’s head of search have left the company

Their resignations come a week after Google’s former artificial intelligence research and search head joined Apple. Tom Grube was one of Siri’s original founders before Apple bought the technology in 2010. He was recently the head of Siri’s Advanced Development group at Apple before stepping down, reports The Information. According to sources close to Grube, […]

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Corning’s tough new Gorilla Glass 6 is coming to a phone near you

The latest incarnation of this 11-year-old staple of serious smartphones is up to twice as likely to survive a drop. Butterfingers rejoice: The next smartphone you buy might have a screen that’s meaningfully more likely to survive a tumble without shattering. Corning, whose Gorilla Glass has shipped on more than 6 billion devices since its […]

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Dynamic365 and Office 365 SharePoint Integration

Welcome to our series of Dynamics 365 and CRM 2016 How to Videos. This is a training course offered by Technology Management. Office 365 offers a suite of tools to meet various business needs. Over the past few years there has been a huge focus on how Office 365 and Dynamics 365 can work together […]

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That $20 Wyze Cam now works with Alexa

The Wyze Cam has long been a strong contender for the best deal in connected home security. I haven’t actually tried the thing out, but Greg was “surprisingly impressed” with his hands-on time with the 1080p camera. That’s probably enough in and of itself to justify the $20 price tag. Now the dirt cheap camera’s […]

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