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03-25-2017 Health
The Daily 202: Trump’s health care ultimatum is straight out of ‘The Art of the Deal.’

THE BIG IDEA: If you read Donald Trump’s “The Art of the Deal,” substituting “conservatives" for "contractors," the president’s ultimatum to House Republicans on health care is not at all surprising.

“You have to be very rough and very tough with most contractors or they’ll take the shirt right off your back,” Trump wrote in the 1987 business classic.

As a businessman, Tr

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TOP  Source: The Washington Post



03-25-2017 Science&Technology
Apple says CIA’s arsenal of iPhone and Mac exploits is outdated

Yesterday morning, Wikileaks released a treasure trove of documents detailing the arsenal of software tools the CIA uses to hack into targeted iPhones and Macs. While most of the reported exploits require physical access to a particular device, the document dump naturally generated no shortage of fear-inducing headlines about the state of security of various Apple products.

In an effort to address and alleviate such concerns, Apple late last night issued statement to TechCrunch assuring both M

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TOP  Source: BGR



03-25-2017 Cars
2017 Tesla Model 3: Elon Musk teases 'release candidate' Model 3 on Twitter

Tesla's CEO takes to Twitter with a short clip of a near production ready Model 3, ahead of the finished car's full debut later this year

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has provided us with our first glimpse at a “release candidate” version of the upcoming Model 3 – an all-electric BMW 3 Series rival that will arrive on the roads late in 2017 as Tesla’s most affordable model yet.

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TOP  Source: Auto Express



03-25-2017 Politics
Five questions that MUST be answered about the London terror attack

It's now more than 48 hours after the London terror attack which struck at the heart of British democracy in Westminster.

But it seems there are more questions than answers as to how and why Khalid Masood mowed down innocent people - Brits and tourists from 12 countries - before knifing to death PC Keith Palmer at an entrance to the Houses of Parliament.

The Metropolitan Police said this morning that their investigation - codenamed Operation Classific - is focused on "understanding his motiv

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TOP  Source: Mirror



03-25-2017 Science&Technology
Every Rumor About the iPhone 8

That buzz you're hearing? It's the constant game of broken smartphone we're playing that surrounds the upcoming release of the iPhone 8. Apple revealed today that they are releasing PRODUCT(RED) versions of the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus at the end of the week to help fund AIDS/HIV research on the heels of weeks of rumors. However, we still have months to go before we find out which of the rumors of its successor are true. To keep up with the geek gossip, here is a quick refresher on the main rumors ci

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TOP  Source: TeenVogue

03-25-2017 Science&Technology
Small Sample of iCloud Credentials Provided By Hackers Are Valid, But Questions Remain

On Wednesday we reported that Apple had become the target of a ransom threat, with hackers claiming to have access to more than 600 million iCloud accounts. A group known as the "Turkish Crime Family" said they would reset and wipe the accounts unless Apple paid them $150,000 in Bitcoin by April 7.

Apple responded to the threat by stating that there had not been any breach of its systems, and that if hackers did have access to iCloud accounts then it could only be because of compromised third-

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TOP  Source: MacRumors



03-25-2017 General
Outlast 2 Coming To Australia After Classification Review

We recently learned that Outlast 2 was denied release in Australia due to the game’s instances of sexual violence, which were deemed too disturbing by the country’s rating board.

However, the game has since been reevaluated by the same rating board and it managed to received the R18+ rating that it failed to receive previously.

The game will launch in Australia on April 2

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TOP  Source: Attack of the Fan Boy



03-25-2017 Science&Technology
Moto G5 Plus review: The best budget smartphone

Motorola, under Lenovo ownership, has a good thing going with the Moto G series. You'd think its simple goal – give consumers the best phone possible for a reasonable price – would be more prevalent in the mobile world.

As it stands, though, that consumer-friendly blend of quality and cost makes the Moto G5 Plus stand out in a thicket of phones that are most often either ex

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TOP  Source: New Atlas



03-24-2017 Politics
Tension and confusion in GOP health care talks

President Donald Trump and Republican leaders are still scrambling Thursday for a deal and looking for votes on their landmark bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.

House GOP leaders have already postponed their 9 a.m. meeting of the entire Republican conference, and Speaker Paul Ryan moved his regular press conference back several hours until late afternoon. The conservat

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TOP  Source: CNN



03-24-2017 Science&Technology
Hands-on with Android O—A million new settings and an awesome snooze feature

My favorite new feature in Android O is the ability to do system-wide notification snoozing.

If you don't want to deal with a notification right now, just pull it to the side a bit, which will unveil a new "clock" icon. Tap it, and the notification will be automatically snoozed for 15 minutes. You can tap on the drop-down menu to increase the time to 30 minutes or an hour.

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TOP  Source: Ars Technica



03-24-2017 Science&Technology
WikiLeaks releases new CIA documents describing Mac exploits

WikiLeaks just shared a few new documents as part of the CIA Vault 7 data dump. These documents describe hacking methods used by the agency to access Apple devices and upload data.

Most of today’s exploits are related to the Mac platform. It’s interesting to see the CIA’s old hacking techniques. It’s unclear if some of them still work today.

Sonic Screwdriver v1.0

This

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03-24-2017 Business
RBS to close 150 branches and axe jobs in digital shift

Royal Bank of Scotland is closing more than 150 branches and axing hundreds of jobs in a move to slash costs as more customers switch to digital banking.

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03-24-2017 Business
Claims for U.S. Jobless Benefits Increase to Seven-Week High

Filings for U.S. unemployment benefits rose to a seven-week high, representing a departure from other data showing a solid labor market.

Jobless claims increased by 15,000 to 258,000 in the week ended March 18, a Labor Department report showed Thursday. The median forecast in a Bloomberg survey called for 240,000. On an unadjusted basis, applications jumped in Ohio and Kansa

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TOP  Source: Bloomberg



03-24-2017 Science&Technology
iPad (2017) vs. iPad Air 2

Apple has axed the aging iPad Air 2 and replaced it with a refreshed 9.7-inch iPad (just iPad, no suffixes) that's slightly more affordable. The two are nearly indistinguishable from the outside, but their internals vary. Here's how their specs and features stack up.

Size When most mobile electronics are rushing to be thinner and lighter, the newer iPad actually adds a bit of thickness (though it's only 1.4 millimeters' worth, or about 0.06 of an inch), perhaps to accommodate its bigger batt

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TOP  Source: New Atlas



03-24-2017 Business
Big US companies pull YouTube ads after extremist content sparks uncertainty

The controversy surrounding Google and YouTube advertising and extremist content has spread across the pond. According to a Bloomberg report, some of YouTube's biggest advertising customers, including Verizon and AT&T, have halted spending on display and other non-search advertising on the platform. The news comes days after a stream of UK companies pulled their ads from YouTube and Google's display ad network in response to a report from The Times that cited instances of UK government advertisi

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TOP  Source: Art Technica

03-24-2017 Politics
London Attack Leaves Citizens of 10 Nations Dead or Injured

One was a veteran police constable with the Metropolitan Police force in London. Another was a teacher who, according to reports, was walking from her school when she was mowed down by a sport utility vehicle on Westminster Bridge. The third to die was a man from Utah who was on vacation with his wife, celebrating their 25th anniversary.

They were among the victims of an assailant who plowed through pedestrians on the bridge, crashed his vehicle into a fence and then emerged with knives, injur

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TOP  Source: The New York Times



03-23-2017 Politics
‘You got swamped’: Schwarzenegger calls out Trump’s low approval rating

Add another chapter to the ongoing star war between President Trump and Arnold Schwarzenegger. By way of dimly-lit video shot from an urban waterfront, Schwarzenegger mocked the president’s low approval ratings via Twitter on Tuesday.

The former California governor and actor was not above tossing a few barbs in the president’s direction. “Donald, the ratings are in, and

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TOP  Source: The Washington Post



03-23-2017 Science&Technology
Google unveils Android O – and it promises to finally boost battery life

Android Nougat, the most up-to-date full version of Google’s mobile operating system, was released in August 2016. Since then it has only reached around three per cent of all Android phones.

Despite the slow uptake, the first iteration of Google’s next operating system has already been released to developers. Known as Android O – an official name will be assigned closer to its public launch – the OS has a focus on improving the battery life of your device.

At this stage it is possible to run

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TOP  Source: WIRED



03-23-2017 Business
UK's first new car factory in a decade: Chinese firm pours £330m into production of electric taxi

In a major boost for the UK car industry, the Chinese car firm unveiling a £300million electric black cab factory in Coventry confirmed expansion plans today.

In the village of Ansty, manufacturer Geely will produce the new electric London Taxi Cab and create 1,000 jobs, after it pledged to invest a further £30million on top of the £300million cost of the factory.

The plant, which is the first new car factory in the UK for a decade, will also build an electric van alongside the world's first

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TOP  Source: This is Money



03-23-2017 Science&Technology
Canada is also considering prohibiting personal electronics onboard flights from Turkey, the Middle

Al-Qaeda working to put explosives in batteries led to flight electronics ban

The United States and Britain banned larger electronic devices from the passenger cabin on flights from some airports in Turkey, the Middle East and North Africa.

Intelligence obtained in recent weeks found that an al Qaeda affiliate was perfecting techniques for hiding explosives in batteries

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TOP  Source: Decan Chronicle



03-23-2017 Science&Technology
Hackers threaten to wipe 200 million iCloud accounts unless Apple pays ransom

HACKERS who claim to have control of at least 200 million iCloud accounts have issued a public demand to Apple: pay ransom or we wipe them all.

The hacking group calling itself the Turkish Crime Family has provided video evidence of its claims to the tech site Motherboard, with a demand to Apple that it pay the ransom or face the consequences.

The hackers have listed the

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TOP  Source: News.com.au



03-23-2017 Health
New Alzheimer's test can predict age when disease will appear

Scientists have developed a new genetic test for Alzheimer’s risk that can be used to predict the age at which a person will develop the disease.

A high score on the test, which is based on 31 genetic markers, can translate to being diagnosed many years earlier than those with a low-risk genetic profile, the study found. Those ranked in the top 10% in terms of risk were more than three times as likely to develop Alzheimer’s during the course of the study, and did so more than a decade before t

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TOP  Source: The Guardian



03-23-2017 Business
Uber Loses Yet Another Top Exec As VP Of Mapping Leaves

Perhaps not surprisingly, considering all of the legal turmoil surrounding Uber right now, yet another high-ranking employee just left the company. The most recent departure is that of Brian McClendon, Uber’s former Vice President of Mapping. According to one Uber spokesperson, McClendon is leaving the firm on good terms and will still “be an adviser to the company.” The same representative said that McClendon is actually moving back to his previous state of residency, Kansas, in order to indulg

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03-23-2017 Science&Technology
Failed North Korean missile exploded 'within seconds,' US says

A North Korean missile fired Wednesday exploded "within seconds of launch," according to US Pacific Command.

US officials confirmed North Korea had attempted to launch a missile near Kalma, on the country's east coast, but early reports suggest it failed.

"South Korea and the US are aware of the missile launch and to their knowledge North Korea's missile was not succes

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03-22-2017 Politics
F.B.I. Is Investigating Trump’s Russia Ties, Comey Confirms

WASHINGTON — The F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, took the extraordinary step on Monday of announcing that the agency is investigating whether members of President Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia to influence the 2016 election.

Mr. Comey’s testimony before the House Intelligence Committee created a treacherous political moment for Mr. Trump, who has insisted that “Ru

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TOP  Source: The New York Times



03-22-2017 Science&Technology
This Is Why You Will Pay $1000+ For The iPhone 8

The iPhone 8 – Apple’s Mac Daddy update for 2017 – has been detailed inside a new report from TrendForce

The iPhone 8 is coming in 2017 alongside the iPhone 7s and iPhone 7s Plus, and while that might sound odd it kind of makes sense, given the state of the mobile space (declining sales) and the demand for new iPhone designs, which is at an all time high.

How Apple’s 2017 iPhone campaign will work looks a little something like this, according to the latest information: two iPhone 7s models

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TOP  Source: Know Your mobile



03-22-2017 Health
Health groups blast away at ObamaCare repeal bill

Healthcare groups are ramping up their opposition to the ObamaCare replacement bill ahead of a House vote this week.

The American Hospital Association is running TV ads against the American Health Care Act, warning that millions of people would lose coverage if it becomes law. The AARP says it will be alerting its 38 million members to how their representatives voted on the legislation. And the American Medical Association is calling on Republicans to go “back to the drawing board.”

So far,

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03-22-2017 Politics
EU to hold first Brexit summit a month after article 50 notice

Council president Donald Tusk says main priority for negotiations is to ensure UK’s departure is least painful for EU.

The European Union will not hold its first Brexit summit until 29 April, a month after Theresa May triggers article 50, underlining how Britain will no longer be in control of the process.

Donald Tusk, the president of the European council, announced that he would call a summit on the last Saturday in April to allow the EU’s 27 remaining members to agree on Brexit guidelines

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TOP  Source: The Guardian



03-22-2017 Science&Technology
Stephen Hawking Raises Concerns Over Trump’s Environmental Policy

Leading physicist Stephen Hawking has slammed President Donald Trump's environmental policy and called for the ousting of Environmental Protection Agency chief Scott Pruitt.

Hawking is a recipient of the prestigious U.S. Franklin medal for science and winner of the presidential Medal of Freedom from Barack Obama and spoke out his concerns over "definite swing to a right-wi

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03-22-2017 Cars
Honda Civic Hatch 2017 | new car sales price

Honda’s five variant Civic hatchback range will land in Australian showrooms in May with a slight increase in price, starting from $22,390 before on-road costs, up from the $22,150 entry point for the outgoing five-door.

However, the Japanese carmaker has justified the price hike by including more standard equipment and a continuously variable transmission (CVT) across the

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03-22-2017 Media
BBC's Brexit coverage pessimistic and skewed, say MPs

A group of 72 MPs have written to the BBC accusing it of being pessimistic and skewed in its Brexit coverage - in the months since the vote on the EU.

In a letter to the director general, they said the BBC is "unfairly representing" Leave voters by focusing on those who regret their decision.

The MPs warned the future of the BBC "will be in doubt" if it is not seen as a impartial broker.

The BBC said it was its job to "scrutinise and analyse" Brexit issues.

The letter was organised by Co

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03-22-2017 Science&Technology
Galaxy S8 and beyond: Samsung bets big on Bixby's AI

"Hi, Bixby. What's Samsung planning to do with you?"

A lot, it turns out.

Bixby is Samsung's new digital voice assistant, and it will debut on the upcoming Galaxy S8.

It will have its own dedicated button on the side of the phone, letting you communicate with the artificial intelligence in a sort of a walkie-talkie way. But Samsung's plan for Bixby, which it views as

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TOP  Source: Cnet



03-21-2017 Politics
Ryan stakes it all on Obamacare repeal

Speaker Paul Ryan and President Donald Trump — those awkward, sometimes reluctant allies — face the biggest test yet of their unusual relationship as the House barrels toward a dramatic vote this week on repealing and replacing Obamacare.

The stakes could not be higher for either of them.

The success of the new president's legislative agenda will hinge in large part on T

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03-21-2017 Health
Amgen’s cholesterol drug shows positive effect in cardiovascular outcomes study

Amgen’s cholesterol drug Repatha (evolocumab) has showed positive effect in a 27,564-patient cardiovascular outcomes study.

The trial demonstrated that Repatha has maximum reduced low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) levels, helping to decrease the risk of major cardiovascular events such as heart attacks, strokes and coronary revascularizations.

Repatha is a human monoclonal antibody, which supressess proprotein convertase subtilisin/kexin type 9 (PCSK9).

The study has focused on t

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03-21-2017 Business
Morning Agenda: The Exodus From Uber Continues

Uber is not just struggling to right the ship, its problems may actually be getting worse.

Jeff Jones, the president of ride sharing and the No. 2 executive at the company, left after just six months, the latest in an executive exodus.

He had been hired to much fanfare and was viewed as a successor or counterpart to Travis Kalanick, the chief executive. Mr. Kalanick had already been searching for a chief operating officer after admitting that he needed help with leadership.

Mr. Jones — who

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03-21-2017 Business
IBM launches blockchain as a service for the enterprise

IBM has announced the launch of IBM Blockchain, a commercial service aimed at giving enterprise players the option to build their own scalable and secure blockchain networks.

The new service is based on the Linux Foundation's Hyperledger Fabric version 1.0, IBM said in a press release.

By utilizing Hyperledger, a cross-industry open-source effort to bring blockchain to b

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03-21-2017 Politics
Trump's wiretapping accusation comes to a head at Comey hearing

The bizarre saga of President Donald Trump's claims that he was wiretapped by President Barack Obama last year reaches a dramatic climax Monday with FBI Director James Comey's testimony to the House Intelligence Committee.

It's a moment of political theater that could end in humiliation for Trump, with Comey expected to say that there was no wiretapping, debunking allegati

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03-21-2017 Science&Technology
Monster AMD Ryzen 16-Core CPU Could Be On The Way: $1000 Cheaper And Faster Than Intel

The results are in for Ryzen, and in some tasks, it's very competitive and even better value than Intel equivalents. However, AMD's stance is that Ryzen isn't just for gaming performance, and that's an accurate statement. Ryzen is a great multi-threaded performer and easily beats Intel's more expensive CPUs in rendering and content creation workloads that use plenty of threads. Looking to build on this success, the company is rumored to be working on a monster 16-core, 32-thread CPU.

The post

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03-21-2017 General
Super Mario Run Coming To Android Next Week

Super Mario Run will launch for Android platforms on March 23, Nintendo has announced.

Back in January, Nintendo confirmed that Super Mario Run would arrive for Android in March, but this is the first we're hearing of a specific date. The game arrives with the Version 2.0.0 update, though no other details about what the update will contain were shared (via DualShockers).

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03-21-2017 Cars
2017 LDV T60 on sale from October

LDV will enter the ultra-competitive Australian ute market this October with the release of its T60 pick-up, revealed at last year's Guagzhou motor show, to try and steal sales away from market-favourites, the Toyota HiLux and Ford's Ranger.

Promising a range of different configurations – including single and double cabs with two- and four-wheel drive available in manual o

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03-20-2017 Politics
How Trump’s “Skinny Budget” Starves Environmental Protection

We, the people of the United States of America, being responsible for roughly 16 percent of all the scientifically verifiable greenhouse gasses that man has emitted into the atmosphere since the dawn of the industrial revolution, find it just and honorable that we pay roughly 20 percent of the budget for the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), which is charged with cleaning up the mess.

We also find it just and honorable that we’ve pledged $3 billion to the Green Cl

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03-20-2017 Entertainment
Chuck Berry: Music stars pay tribute to rock 'n' roll icon

Musical stars are paying tribute to Chuck Berry after the influential performer died aged 90.

US singer-songwriter Bruce Springsteen said he was "the greatest pure rock 'n' roll writer who ever lived".

Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones said Berry "lit up our teenage years, and blew life into our dreams of being musicians and performers".

The guitarist and songwriter di

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03-20-2017 Business
Understanding Tesla's Need For Fresh Funding As Model 3 Launch Approaches

Electric car maker Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) recently announced the launch of a secondary offering. This should come as a no surprise, given that the company is operating in a capital-intensive industry.

Why is Tesla in need of the funding at this juncture?

Tesla's Take On Recent Financing Round

The company's release said the proceeds, estimated at $1.15 billion through

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03-20-2017 General
Bristol named best place to live in Britain in 2017

Bristol has topped the list of the "best places to live in Britain" in a new guide for 2017.

The city has been named as the UK's most desirable location in the Sunday Times Best Places to Live Guide.

Described as "a small city that feels like a big city", it was praised for being "handily placed for seaside and scenery" but "hardly cut off".

Regional winners included Frome in Somerset, Peckham in London and Ballycastle in Northern Ireland.

The annual guide, which combines data such as cr

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03-20-2017 Science&Technology
Dell XPS 15 (2017) vs. MacBook Pro 2016: Dell Outperforms Apple?

Dell – the American privately owned multinational computer technology company based in Texas, United States – is one of the largest technological corporations in the world.

It has succeeded in making a mark in PC and laptop space as more and more users are buying Dell manufactured products. Although the company has never succeeded in taking on Apple in the laptop space, t

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03-20-2017 Business
Microsoft Apparently Ramping Up Heavy-Handed Tactics To Force Windows 10 Migrations

The clock is ticking for users holding out on Windows 7 and 8. For starters, Microsoft is blocking Windows 7 and 8 updates for Intel's seventh generation Core i3, i5 and i7 (Kaby Lake), AMD's Ryzen (Bristol Ridge) and Qualcomm's 8996 processors. The low-level Vulkan API will also not be supporting multiple GPUs on Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 and users will need to update to Windows 10 in order to support SLI or CrossFire with Vulkan.

Microsoft’s main argument is that this lack of updates will hel

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03-20-2017 Science&Technology
It's time to face the ugly reality of face recognition

The use of A.I. to recognize faces is growing fast. Here's why you should be worried about your personal privacy.

A hoax hit Facebook this week. Fake news about a fake app called Facezam claimed that the app could track down anyone by simply scanning their Facebook photos.

Thousands or millions of Facebook users fell for the hoax and freaked out. (A U.K. marketing agency created the hoax as a publicity stunt.)

The public reaction illustrates how confused people are about face recognition.

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TOP  Source: Computerworld



03-20-2017 Science&Technology
Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Galaxy S7 Edge: What’s the difference and which should you buy?

The Samsung Galaxy S8 release date is now just a matter of days away, and the phone is shaping up as something special.

Just because you’ve been waiting months and months for the S8 to launch doesn’t mean it’s necessarily going to be the phone for you, however.

Before you go rushing out to the shops, cash in hand when the phone is formally unveiled later this month then,

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03-24-2017 Politics
Tension and confusion in GOP health care talks

President Donald Trump and Republican leaders are still scrambling Thursday for a deal and looking for votes on their landmark bill to repeal and replace Obamacare.

House GOP leaders have already postponed their 9 a.m. meeting of the entire Republican conference, and Speaker Paul Ryan moved his regular press conference back several hours until late afternoon. The conservat

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TOP   Source: CNN



03-24-2017 Science&Technology
Hands-on with Android O—A million new settings and an awesome snooze feature

My favorite new feature in Android O is the ability to do system-wide notification snoozing.

If you don't want to deal with a notification right now, just pull it to the side a bit, which will unveil a new "clock" icon. Tap it, and the notification will be automatically snoozed for 15 minutes. You can tap on the drop-down menu to increase the time to 30 minutes or an hour.

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TOP   Source: Ars Technica



03-24-2017 Science&Technology
WikiLeaks releases new CIA documents describing Mac exploits

WikiLeaks just shared a few new documents as part of the CIA Vault 7 data dump. These documents describe hacking methods used by the agency to access Apple devices and upload data.

Most of today’s exploits are related to the Mac platform. It’s interesting to see the CIA’s old hacking techniques. It’s unclear if some of them still work today.

Sonic Screwdriver v1.0

This

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03-24-2017 Business
RBS to close 150 branches and axe jobs in digital shift

Royal Bank of Scotland is closing more than 150 branches and axing hundreds of jobs in a move to slash costs as more customers switch to digital banking.

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1 The New York Times / United States 2 The Guardian / United Kingdom 3 The Daily Mail / United Kingdom
4 The Wall Street Journal / United States 5 The Washington Post / United States 6 The People's Daily / China
7 The Daily Telegraph / United Kingdom 8 USA Today / United States 9 Los Angeles Times / United States
10 El Mundo / Spain 11 La Repubblica / Italy 12 The Times of India / India
13 Bild / Germany 14 Corriere della Sera / Italy 15 The Examiner / United States
16 The Independent / United Kingdom 17 El País / Spain 18 The Financial Times / United Kingdom
19 The Sydney Morning Herald / Australia 20 Daily News / United States 21 Chicago Tribune / United States
22 Le Monde / France 23 Marca / Spain 24 Hürriyet / Turkey
25 Die Welt / Germany 26 Asahi Shimbun / Japan 27 The Sun / United Kingdom
28 New York Post / United States 29 The Age / Australia 30 Gazeta Wyborcza / Poland
31 The Philadelphia Inquirer / United States 32 The Washington Times / United States 33 Die Zeit / Germany
34 Yomiuri Shimbun / Japan 35 The New Zealand Herald / New Zealand 36 The Onion / United States
37 Milliyet Gazetesi / Turkey 38 Il Sole 24 Ore / Italy 39 The Chicago Sun-Times / United States
40 Al-Ahram / Egypt 41 Le Figaro / France 42 Süddeutsche Zeitung / Germany
43 The Hindu / India 44 Houston Chronicle / United States 45 The Seattle Times / United States
46 Libération / France 47 The Globe and Mail / Canada 48 De Standaard / Belgium
49 The Irish Times / Ireland 50 The Toronto Star / Canada 51 Le Nouvel Observateur / France
52 Mercury News / United States 53 The Australian / Australia 54 The Denver Post / United States
55 The Christian Science Monitor / United States 56 The Dong-a Ilbo / Korea 57 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution / United States
58 Aftonbladet / Sweden 59 Kommersant / Russia 60 Bangkok Post / Thailand
61 Star Tribune / United States 62 The Hollywood Reporter / United States 63 Daily Mirror / United Kingdom
64 Dawn / Pakistan 65 El Universal / Mexico 66 The Miami Herald / United States
67 Mladá fronta Dnes / Czech Republic 68 DNA - Daily News & Analysis / India 69 Pittsburgh Post-Gazette / United States
70 Sports Nippon / Japan 71 L'Equipe / France 72 Die Presse / Austria
73 Detroit Free Press / United States 74 Neue Zürcher Zeitung / Switzerland 75 Clarín / Argentina
76 Chosun Ilbo / Japan 77 The Sacramento Bee / United States 78 China Daily / China
79 Nihon Keizai Shimbun / Japan 80 AS / Spain 81 The Baltimore Sun / United States
82 Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung / Germany 83 La Gazzetta dello Sport / Italy 84 Mainichi Shimbun / Japan
85 Boston Herald / United States 86 The Dallas Morning News / United States 87 The Times / United Kingdom
88 Newsday / United States 89 Orlando Sentinel / United States 90 St. Louis Post-Dispatch / United States
91 Taipei Times / Taiwan 92 The Hindustan Times / India 93 The Economic Times / India
94 Kompas / Indonesia 95 The Observer / United Kingdom 96 Jornal de Notícias / Portugal
97 South Florida Sun-Sentinel / United States 98 ABC / Spain 99 Le Soir / Belgium
100 The Kansas City Star / United States
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