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Where to find Spurs vs. Man United on US TV and streaming

If you’re trying to find out how you can watch Spurs vs. Man United on US TV in the Premier League, you’ve come to the right place. For viewers in the US, Spurs vs. Man United will be shown on TV and streaming (more details below). Match: Spurs vs. Man United Kickoff: Sunday, 11:30am ET Looking to watch Spurs vs. Man United online from your work, home or on the go? If you live in the USA, there are several options to catch all the action. We Recommend: US Only. Here ar...
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Old People Can Produce As Many New Brain Cells As Teenagers

Long-time Slashdot reader Futurepower(R) shares this article about a newly-published study which counters previous theories that neurons stop developing after adolescence: Healthy men and women continue to produce new neurons throughout life, suggesting older people remain more cognitively and emotionally intact than previously believed, researchers found. For decades it was thought that adult brains were hard-wired and unable to form new cells. But a Columbia University study found older people...
Tags: Tech, Columbia University, University Of California, Slashdot, Boldrini, Futurepower


California Lawmaker Wants to Ban Paper Receipts, Require Digital Ones

A California assemblyman has introduced a law barring retailers from printing paper receipts unless a customer requests one. Otherwise they'd be required to provide proof-or-purchase receipts "only in electronic form." : An anonymous reader quotes CNBC: Stores that give out printed receipts without first being asked by the customer could be subject to fines [of $25 per day, up to $300 per year].... Proponents of the bill say the legislation would help reduce waste as well as contaminants in the...
Tags: California, Tech, Cnbc, Green America


President Trump's Government Shutdown Is Breaking Federal Websites

Dozens of federal government websites are not working correctly due to the ongoing government shutdown, BuzzFeed News reported on Friday, including ones for the Seventh Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals and some NASA and Department of Justice webpages. According to BuzzFeed, these sites and others appear to be…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Privacy, Nasa, Cybersecurity, Department Of Justice, Donald Trump, Shutdown, Federal Government, Trump, BuzzFeed News, Seventh Circuit of the U S Court of Appeals


The truth behind Blue Whale 'suicide challenge'

A global online game was blamed for numerous suicides. But it isn't quite what it seems.
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President Bolsonaro should boost Brazil’s entrepreneurial ecosystem

Romero Rodrigues Contributor Romero Rodrigues is a managing partner at Redpoint eVentures, the Brazilian-focused arm of the Silicon Valley venture firm Redpoint. More posts by this contributor Brazil’s fintech boom offers new vertical opportunities for investors Brazil’s tech-sector bright spots beckon as it begins to emerge from long economic crisis In late October following a significant victory for Jair Bolsonaro in Brazil’s p...
Tags: Amazon, Column, South Korea, Japan, Politics, Congress, Australia, Finance, Singapore, Tech, Chicago, United States, Chile, New York Times, President, Venture Capital


Canon Wireless All-in-One Printer $39.99 (Reg $80)

Canon Wireless All-in-One Printer $39.99 (Reg $80) Amazon has Canon Wireless All-in-One Printer for $39.99 (Reg $80) with free shipping. The compact, affordable printer for all your home printing needs. With AirPrint(2) and Google Cloud Print(3), the PIXMA TS3120 makes it easy to print wirelessly from your favorite devices.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
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Should America Build a Virtual Border Wall? Or Just Crowdfund It...

As America's government faces its longest-ever shutdown over the president's demands for border wall funding, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has suggested "possible alternatives to a physical wall," according to one Silicon Valley newspaper: Among the president's justifications for a wall is to stop drugs from coming into the United States, so Pelosi proposed spending "hundreds of millions of dollars" for technology to scan cars for drugs, weapons and contraband at the border. "The positive, shall w...
Tags: America, San Francisco, Tech, Cnn, United States, House, Peter Thiel, Silicon Valley, Nancy Pelosi, Air Force, Palmer Luckey, Trump, Pelosi, Anduril Industries, Department of Homeland Security s Office


You Can Now Profile Python Using Arm Forge

Python "is often described as being slow when it comes to performance... But is that truly the case?" writes Patrick Wohlschlegel, Arm's senior product manager for infrastructure and high-performance computing tools. Slashdot reader igor.sfiligoi writes: Effectively profiling Python has always been a pain. Arm recently announced that their Arm Forge is now able to profile both Python and compiled code. It's available for any hardware architecture, Wohlschlegel writes, adding that developers "t...
Tags: Python, Tech, Patrick Wohlschlegel Arm, Wohlschlegel


Did a Russian Robotics Company Fake This Tesla-Robot Crash?

Last Saturday a firm which rents promotional robots claimed that one of their robots broke free from a line of robots, only to be hit by a self-driving Tesla. Though video of the incident has now been viewed over 1.2 million times, Wired followed up on the company's claim that "Nevada police" were investigating the incident. Or weren't. Aden Ocampo Gomez, a public information officer with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, said he couldn't find any record of such an incident. And any...
Tags: Tech, Tesla, Nevada, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Aden Ocampo Gomez, Promobot, Russian Robotics Company


Apple Buys 50 Business Class Seats From San Francisco to Shanghai Every Day (mac rumors)

Apple is United Airlines' biggest customer at the San Francisco International Airport, according to signs the airline has available that were shared on Twitter today. According to United, Apple spends $150 million on airline tickets each year, and purchases 50 business class seats on flights to Shanghai every day. Curious who are @United largest global corporate accounts? @Apple is in the top spot and contributes very much to success of SFO international flying especially the Shanghai serv...
Tags: Apple, Google, News, China, Israel, San Francisco, Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Sfo, United, United Airlines, Bay Area, Shanghai China, San Jose International Airport, San Francisco International Airport


Legendary Mathematician Sir Michael Atiyah Dies at Age 89

"One of the world's foremost mathematicians, Prof Sir Michael Atiyah, has died at the age of 89," reports the BBC. "He has been described to me by more than one professor of mathematics as the best mathematician in this country since Sir Isaac Newton," his brother tells the BBC. Slashdot reader OneHundredAndTen shared their report: Sir Michael was best known for his co-development of a branch of mathematics called topological K-theory and the Atiyah-Singer index theorem. His research also inv...
Tags: Tech, Bbc, Isaac Newton, Michael, Riemann, Atiyah, Michael Atiyah, OneHundredAndTen, BBC Slashdot


Guitar Made of Pencils

Electric guitar with unique body crafted out of hundreds of colored pencils. Fender Stratocaster guitar made of 1200 colored pencils by Burls Art. Also check out: Skateboard Guitars
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How Etsy Sellers and Big Business Make Money on Public Domain Art

"Some people have figured out how to turn reselling public domain content into side hustles," reports Motherboard: On Etsy, there are thousands of listings for downloadable prints and lithographs that are in the public domain. The concept is pretty simple: these merchants round up and download the most visually beautiful art in the public domain, and then sell prints on Etsy. But some of them don't even go that far and just sell digital files of the art. Then, the buyers can print out the prints...
Tags: Etsy, Tech, Walmart, Museum of Modern Art, Georgia O Keeffe


Israeli Cyber-Intelligence Firm Denies Role in Khashoggi Murder, But Won't 'Deny or Confirm' Saudi Sales

One of the co-founders of the Israeli cyber-intelligence firm behind the powerful phone-surveillance software Pegasus, NSO Group, has denied that their products were involved in the Saudi Arabian government’s torture and murder of journalist in self-imposed exile Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul last…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Crime, Privacy, Saudi Arabia, Israel, Cybersecurity, Pegasus, Espionage, Spies, Istanbul, Mohammed bin Salman, Zero Day, NSO Group, Khashoggi, Jamal Khashoggi


Has Apple’s AirPower charging mat finally entered production?

Apple's AirPower wireless charging mat, initially expected to be released in early 2018, has reportedly finally entered production. Two different Apple suppliers are said to be involved in the manufacturing of the device. The post Has Apple’s AirPower charging mat finally entered production? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Wireless Charging, Airpower, Apple AirPower charger


Apple’s long-delayed Airpower charging mat rumored to finally enter production

Apple's AirPower wireless charging mat, initially expected to be released in early 2018, has reportedly finally entered production. Two different Apple suppliers are said to be involved in the manufacturing of the device. The post Apple’s long-delayed Airpower charging mat rumored to finally enter production appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Apple, Mobile, News, Trends, Wireless Charging, Airpower, Apple AirPower charger


A celebration of Libro.fm: the indie, DRM-free Audible alternative that helps your local bookseller (with giveaway!)

Libro.fm (previously) is an independent audiobook store that sells all the same audiobooks you can get on other platforms like Audible, Google Play, Apple, Downpour, etc, but unlike the industry leaders at Audible and Apple, they are DRM-free, and unlike all of their competition, they work with independent booksellers. When you sign up for a Libro.fm account, you can choose any one of 561 indie booksellers as your home bookstore -- the place where you go to get ideas about which books you ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Audiobooks, Post, Books, Business, News, Drm, Tim Wu, Audible, Wu, Amazon Audible, Chicago School, Bookselling, Mark Pearson, Shoshana Zuboff


Whitepaper: Google, your most important hotel distribution channel

The search giant has evolved from a digital marketing medium to a major player in hotel advertising, loyalty and distribution.
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The list of countries with espionage fears about China's Huawei is growing - rapidly

Huawei Technologies has been one of the most successful Chinese conglomerates of the modern era. The telecoms company recently surpassed Apple as the world's second-biggest supplier of cellphones globally. As a key part of Beijing's... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Apple, Business, China, Beijing, Huawei, Huawei Technologies


Google: A Technically Well-Optimized Site Won’t Rank Without Good Content by @MattGSouthern

Google's John Mueller reminds site owners that the most technically well-optimized site won't always have high rankings without great content.The post Google: A Technically Well-Optimized Site Won’t Rank Without Good Content by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, John Mueller


Spektr-R, Russia's Only Space Radio Telescope, Stops Responding to Commands

Russia’s only orbiting space radio telescope, Spektr-R (RadioAstron), has stopped responding to the spacecraft’s control staff, the BBC reported Saturday, though Astro Space Centre chief Nikolai Kardashev told the BBC that it is still transmitting scientific data.Read more...
Tags: Space, Science, Technology, Russia, Bbc, Roscosmos, Radio Telescope, Space Telescopes, Nikolai Kardashev, Spektr R, Astro Space Centre


German Police Ask Router Owners For Help In Identifying a Bomber's MAC Address

An anonymous reader quotes ZDNet: German authorities have asked the public for help in surfacing more details and potentially identifying the owner of a MAC address known to have been used by a bomber in late 2017... The MAC address is f8:e0:79:af:57:eb. Brandenburg police say it belongs to a suspect who tried to blackmail German courier service DHL between November 2017 and April 2018. The suspect demanded large sums of money from DHL and threatened to detonate bombs across Germany, at DHL cour...
Tags: Motorola, Mac, Germany, Tech, DHL, Brandenburg, Zdnet


Looking for PDF suggestions

Most manuals come as PDFs. PDFs are not first class citizens in Apple's "Books". On the Mac, when you open the PDF, it opens in Preview. You can not save a bookmark. On iOS, there are features like adding notes and high lights that you can do with other formats (I guess epub?) but not with PDFs. Last... if I read part of a PDF on the Mac, the page is not synced up with iOS. From this point, there are so many different choices that it becomes bewildering but lets try to keep using "Books". ...
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How open source software took over the world

Mike Volpi Contributor Share on Twitter Mike Volpi is a general partner at Index Ventures. Before co-founding the firm's San Francisco office with Danny Rimer, Volpi served as the chief strategy officer at Cisco Systems. It was just 5 years ago that there was an ample dose of skepticism from investors about the viability of open source as a business model. The common thesis was that Redhat was a snowflake and that no other ope...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Column, Microsoft, Yahoo, Cloud Computing, San Francisco, Tech, Author, Mysql, Designer, Software, Open Source Software, Hortonworks, Computing, Ibm


Global VC market sees highest-ever concentration of supergiant dollar volume in Q4 2018

Jason Rowley Contributor Jason Rowley is a venture capital and technology reporter for Crunchbase News. More posts by this contributor SoftBank’s Vision Fund inches closer to $100B The top 10 cities for $100M VC rounds in 2018 so far For the global VC industry, 2018 was a supergiant year. Crunchbase projects that 2018 deal and dollar volume surpassed even the high-water mark left by the dot-com deluge and the drought that followed...
Tags: TC, Column, Softbank, Tech, Venture Capital, Crunchbase, Jason Rowley, Crunchbase News, Crunchbase News More


Do Social Media Bots Have a Right To Free Speech?

One study found that 66% of tweets with links were posted by "suspected bots" -- with an even higher percentage for certain kinds of content. Now a new California law will require bots to disclose that they are bots. But does that violate the bots' freedom of speech, asks Laurent Sacharoff, a law professor at the University of Arkansas. "Even though bots are abstract entities, we might think of them as having free speech rights to the extent that they are promoting or promulgating useful info...
Tags: California, Tech, State, University of Arkansas, Hertzberg, Sen Robert Hertzberg, Laurent Sacharoff, Sacharoff


Google: Changing Image URLs Will Affect Rankings in Image Search by @MattGSouthern

Google's John Mueller cautions site owners that a change to image URLs will affect how they rank in Google Images.The post Google: Changing Image URLs Will Affect Rankings in Image Search by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, John Mueller


This App Freezes Kids' Phones Until They Call Their Parents Back, and Where's the Download Button?

As a teenager who was entering middle school just as the cell phone craze really took hold in the late 2000s, there was nothing I loved more than texting on my Samsung flip phone. Fast forward to 15 years later, and parents have a hell of a lot more to worry about than whether or not their children accidentally hit the costly "data" button on their pink Razrs. Fortunately, Nick Herbert did moms and dads everywhere a solid by creating an app called ReplyASAP, which locks kids' phones until they ...
Tags: Google, Parenting, Religion, Samsung, Tech, Tech News, Fatherhood, Nick Herbert, Tweens and Teens


TOP-RATED DIGITAL MARKETING TRENDS IN 2019

I find it really interesting to follow the trends in new marketing techniques enabled by new innovations in technology and how they’re managed. To gain an idea of the most important trends to businesses, each year we ask our members to rate THE most important digital marketing technique. In our latest research, we asked which tactics marketers think are most important with the question: “Please give the digital marketing technique which you hope will give the biggest commercial uplift in ...
Tags: Google, Business, Big Data, CRO, Digital Marketing Trends, Martech, Dave Chaffey



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