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The shower head disrupters backed by Tim Cook and Eric Schmidt just launched a new water-saving nozzle on Kickstarter

Nebia — which was initially backed by Apple CEO Tim Cook and former Google CEO Eric Schmidt — announced its new Nebia Spa Shower 2.0 on Tuesday.  The latest version can create 29% warmer temperatures and comes at a more affordable price than the original. Cook and Schmidt re-invested in the shower head disrupters, along with North America's largest shower head company Moen, Airbnb co-founder Joe Gebbia, Starwood Hotel founder Barry Sternlicht.  Nebia CEO Phillip Winter tells us that...
Tags: Apple, Google, Cook, Trends, Tim Cook, Kickstarter, Airbnb, North America, Eric Schmidt, Business Insider, SCHMIDT, Moen, Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Hotel, Joe Gebbia, Nebia


Visible Review: Unlimited Calling, Texting And Data For One Low Cost

Visible is a new mobile provider that uses the Verizon network to give you unlimited calling, texting and data for only $40 a month. Here's our review. The post Visible Review: Unlimited Calling, Texting And Data For One Low Cost appeared first on Bible Money Matters and was written by Peter Anderson. Copyright © Bible Money Matters - please visit biblemoneymatters.com for more great content.
Tags: Mobile, Verizon, Technology, Review, Marketing, Cell Phone, Peter Anderson


#BigDaily: Wipro will clean YouTube; Competition Commission Of India is probing Google

BigDaily is a curated newsletter by NextBigWhat. The newsletter brings you all the important news and info you should be in the know of. window.addEventListener('message', function(e){if(e.data.action=='resize'){document.getElementById('pub_iframe_1').style.height = e.data.height+'px';}}, false); The post #BigDaily: Wipro will clean YouTube; Competition Commission Of India is probing Google appeared first on NextBigWhat.
Tags: Google, Business, Wipro, Competition Commission of India, Digitalindia


Eating Processed Foods Tied To Shorter Life, Study Suggests

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The New York Times: The study, in JAMA Internal Medicine, tracked diet and health over eight years in more than 44,000 French men and women. Their average age was 58 at the start. About 29 percent of their energy intake was ultraprocessed foods. Such foods include instant noodles and soups, breakfast cereals, energy bars and drinks, chicken nuggets and many other ready-made meals and packaged snacks containing numerous ingredients and manufactured using i...
Tags: Tech, New York Times, JAMA Internal Medicine


Apple, Google Both Hosting Saudi Government App That Lets Men Track Women, Restrict Their Travel

Apple’s App Store and Google’s Play Store both continue to host a Saudi government app, Absher, that allows men in the country to track their female relatives’ movements and restrict their travel.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Google, Apps, Science, Technology, Human Rights, Sexism, Saudi Arabia, Play Store, App Store, Absher


YD Job Alert: Apple is looking for talented Industrial Designers!

Imagine getting to be an industrial designer at Apple! The company has been such an indomitable force over the past decades that it has arguably created, shattered, and evolved industries, technologies, categories, trends, and even boundaries! The one company that everyone looks to for design inspiration, Apple is clearly at the epicenter of consumer design and tech. With an incredibly revolutionary and secretive design team led by Sir Jonathan Ive and Marc Newson, Apple has been able to go from...
Tags: Apple, Design, Technology, Jonathan Ive, Job Board, Product Design, Cupertino California, Marc-Newson, Industrial Designer, YD Job Alert, Marc Newson Apple, Apple Industrial Design Group, LOCATION Cupertino California USA


How to Identify and Tackle Keyword Cannibalization in 2019

Posted by SamuelMangialavoriIf you read the title of this blog and somehow, even only for a second, thought about the iconic movie “The Silence of the Lambs”, welcome to the club — you are not alone! Despite the fact that the term “cannibalization” does not sound very suitable for digital marketing, this core concept has been around for a long time. This term simply identifies the issue of having multiple pages competing for the same (or very similar) keywords/keyword clusters, hence the canniba...
Tags: Google, Seo, Ppc, Google Shopping, Google Search Console, Chelsea Boots, Ahrefs, Dom, SERP, Gsc, Google Data Studio, Google Search Console GSC, Google Data Studio Dashboard, SamuelMangialavori, Carson Ward


People Ask Their Most Pressing SEO Questions — Our Experts Answer

Posted by TheMozTeamWe teamed up with our friends at Duda, a website design scaling platform service, who asked their agency customers to divulge their most pressing SEO questions, quandaries, and concerns. Our in-house SEO experts, always down for a challenge, hunkered down to collaborate on providing them with answers. From Schema.org to voice search to local targeting, we're tackling real-world questions about organic search. Read on for digestible insights and further resources! How do you o...
Tags: Google, Germany, US, Seo, Ppc, Google Analytics, Band Aid, Voice, GMB, USP, Yext, Google My Business, Duda, TheMozTeam, Domain Authority DA and Page Authority PA


Publishers Chafe At Apple's Terms For 'Netflix For News' Subscription Service As It Demands a 50 Percent Revenue Cut

Zorro shares a report from The Wall Street Journal: Apple's plan to create a subscription service for news is running into resistance from major publishers over the tech giant's proposed financial terms (Warning: source may be paywalled; alternative source), according to people familiar with the situation, complicating an initiative that is part of the company's efforts to offset slowing iPhone sales. In its pitch to some news organizations, the Cupertino, Calif., company has said it would keep ...
Tags: Apple, Post, Digital, Tech, Netflix, Times, Wall Street Journal, Apple News, Netflix For News Subscription Service, Cupertino Calif company


Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey: I Suck and the Problem Is the Whole Site

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, whose platform has become synonymous with yelling, trolling, and a less-than-stable president who uses it for incoherent rants and threats of nuclear annihilation, is in a tough spot: Many if not most of the criticisms of his site are accurate, and Dorsey’s tactic of choice when responding to…Read more...
Tags: Twitter, Harassment, Science, Technology, Social Media, Jack Dorsey, Trolls, Dorsey, The Hell Site


DoorDash subsidizes driver wages with tips

It’s true that DoorDash offsets the amount it pays its drivers with customer tip, according to an FAQ page on its own site. “For each delivery, you will always receive at least $1 from DoorDash plus 100% of the customer tip,” DoorDash states on a Dasher FAQ page. “Where that sum is less than the guaranteed amount, DoorDash will provide a pay boost to make sure you receive the guaranteed amount. Where that sum is more than the guaranteed amount, you pocket the extra amount.” To be clear, drive...
Tags: Amazon, Startups, Tech, Diversity, Reddit, Fast Company, Instacart, Los Angeles Times, Doordash, Instacart Depending, Bloomberg DoorDash, Instacart CEO Apoorva Mehta


Activision Blizzard Cuts 8% of Jobs Amid 'Record Results In 2018'

On an earnings call this afternoon, publisher Activision Blizzard said that it would be eliminating 8% of its staff. "In 2018, Activision Blizzard had roughly 9,600 employees, which would mean nearly 800 people are now out of work," reports Kotaku. "This afternoon, the mega-publisher began notifying those who are being laid off across its various organizations, which include Activision, Blizzard, and King." From the report: On the earnings call, Activision Blizzard CEO Bobby Kotick told investor...
Tags: Tech, Activision Blizzard, Activision, Kotaku, Bobby Kotick, Brack, J Allen Brack


Here's why Angela Ahrendts' departure could be a good thing for Apple (AAPL)

Angela Ahrendts' resignation could end up being a good thing for Apple. Ahrendts, who headed up the company's retail operations, was charged with remaking Apple as a luxury brand. That strategy has resulted in higher prices for Apple's products, which have depressed sales. With Apple's revenue falling and its iPhone sales plunging, it could use a new approach. Angela Ahrendts' departure from Apple may end up being a blessing in disguise for the iPhone maker. A big part of Ahrendts job was to ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Cook, Trends, Netflix, Tim Cook, Roku, Apple Watch, Angela Ahrendts, Herm, Ahrendts, Apple AAPL, Apple Watches, Apple Ahrendts, CEO Steve Jobs Apple


Apple, Google Criticized For Carrying App That Lets Saudi Men Track Their Wives

An app that allows men to track the whereabouts of their wives or daughters is available in both the Apple and Google stores in Saudi Arabia. The firms are getting blowback for carrying the app.(Image credit: Apple App Store/Screenshot by NPR)
Tags: Apple, Google, News, Saudi Arabia, Apple Google


California Will Not Complete $77 Billion High-Speed Rail Project

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Reuters: California Governor Gavin Newsom said on Tuesday the state will not complete a $77.3 billion planned high-speed rail project, but will finish a smaller section of the line. "The project, as currently planned, would cost too much and take too long. There's been too little oversight and not enough transparency," Newsom said in his first State of the State Address Tuesday to lawmakers. "Right now, there simply isn't a path to get from Sacramento to ...
Tags: California, Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Tech, San Diego, Gavin Newsom, Reuters, Bakersfield, Merced, Newsom, Donald Trump Read


Ask Slashdot: Is It Ethical To Purchase Electronics Products Made In China?

dryriver writes: A lot of people seem to think it's O.K. to buy electronics made in China. We get to buy products considerably cheaper than we otherwise would, and China by all accounts is growing, developing, and modernizing as a nation due to all the cool stuff they now make for the world. There is only one problem with that reasoning. 21st Century China has an atrocious human rights record, and almost all human rights watchdogs report that China is becoming more and more repressive each year....
Tags: China, Tech, Chinese communist party, Freedom House, Brezhnev, 21st Century China


Jim Steyer runs the powerful nonprofit Common Sense Media; now he’s using his influence to battle big tech

California Governor Gavin Newsom earlier today proposed a so-called digital dividend that would let consumers share in the profits generated by California-based tech companies that have been “collecting, curating and monetizing” their users’ personal data. Newsom added that he has asked his administration to develop a proposal for a “new data dividend for Californians, because we recognize that data has value, and it belongs to you.” It’s an idea that tech companies will surely argue against if ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, TC, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, New York, Media, California, Youtube, Stanford, Politico, Disney, Alabama, San Francisco, Tech, Gop


Pretty great deal on the PlayStation Classic

I've been waiting for the PlayStation Classic to be cheap enough to impulse buy. $40 was my price point and today Amazon has it beat by a penny. The PS-Classic comes loaded with 20 games, several of which I would like to play. The console is hackable with little more than a Google search and it seems simple to add games. I'm looking forward to playing Twisted Metal with my daughter. PlayStation Classic Console via Amazon
Tags: Google, Amazon, Image, Games, News, Playstation, Retroconsoles


T-Mobile chief Legere pledges to Congress he won’t use Huawei equipment

CEO John Legere’s pledge, in testimony prepared for a hearing Wednesday before a congressional panel, is in response to critics who’ve raised the issue of the Chinese equipment maker as a risk to national security to build opposition to the proposed T-Mobile-Sprint deal.
Tags: Business, Technology, News, Congress, Huawei, John Legere, Legere, Nation & World Politics, T Mobile Sprint


Gambling ads to be banned from child-friendly sites and games

New rules also prohibit celebrities who look under-25 from appearing in promotionsGambling adverts will no longer be allowed to appear on websites or in computer games that are popular with children, under new rules designed to stop irresponsible gambling.Bookmakers will be required to use every targeting tool possible to ensure online gambling promotions are not seen by under-18s. They will also have to avoid placing gambling adverts on parts of websites that are popular with children, and stop...
Tags: Games, Technology, Media, Children, Gambling, Advertising, Sport, Society, UK News, Child protection, Social Care, Internet Safety, Sport betting


Akron City Council Member Wants Better Cyber Security for the City

Akron 4 th Ward Councilman Russ Neal wants the city to consider going to the cloud to protect itself from cyber criminals. And he says the best way to do that is to partner with a major tech firm capable of setting it up. Russ Neal says the January 22 nd attack in which hackers went after key city systems, and tried to capture some with ransomware, showed how vulnerable local government can be. He says it’s too vulnerable for local security to guard. “We don’t have, and we will never have, the m...
Tags: Google, Akron, Tim Rudell, Akron City Council, Neal, Russ Neal, Microsoft IBM Amazon


Federal Judges Feel They’re Still Too Involved In Your Discovery Process

Lawyers are getting better at eDiscovery, but there's still a lot of room to improve.
Tags: Technology, Law, Courts, Federal Judges, Ediscovery, Duke Law School, Exterro, EDRM


Why Did Amazon Buy Eero? Wi-Fi Users Covet Simplicity, Security

Being able to call on Alexa, the voice of Amazon’s Echo virtual assistants, to play a song or read a weather forecast requires a working Internet connection, of course. Amazon has now opened new avenues to put its own stamp on Wi-Fi routers and other home networking equipment, following the company’s purchase of San Francisco-based Eero, which Amazon announced Monday.Amazon did not say how much it’s paying to acquire Eero, which sells standalone Wi-Fi routers, as well as multi-packs designed to...
Tags: Amazon, Deals, Startups, Internet Of Things, Internet, Wi-fi, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Broadband, Netflix, Routers, Iot, Smart Home, Seattle, Connected Home


KDE Plasma 5.15 Released

jrepin writes: Today, KDE launched Plasma 5.15, the first stable release of the popular desktop environment in 2019. For this release the Plasma team has focused on hunting down and removing all the paper cuts that slow you down. Plasma 5.15 brings a number of changes to the configuration interfaces, including more options for complex network configurations. Many icons have been added or redesigned to make them clearer. Integration with third-party technologies like GTK and Firefox has been impr...
Tags: Firefox, Tech, Plasma, KDE, KDE Plasma, GTK


QUICK ENDING! Triffiq Apple Airpods Giveaway 2/24 1PP16+

Enter for your chance to win a pair of Apple AirPods valued at $160. Log in or signup for your free Triffiq account, watch an advert and answer a relevant question to be in with a chance to win.... Click to read more...
Tags: Apple, Frugality, Electronics & Technology, Ending in February, Canadian Sweeps, One Entry Per Person, Quick Ending


Investors are still failing to back founders from diverse backgrounds

The large majority of venture dollars are invested in companies run by white men with a university degree, according to a new report by RateMyInvestor and Diversity VC. This new data reveals that despite the lip service investors have paid to backing founders from diverse backgrounds, much, much, more work needs to be done to actually achieve the industry’s stated goals. It also shows the vast gulf that separates the meritocratic myth that Silicon Valley has created for itself from the hard trut...
Tags: Tech, Silicon Valley, Kyle Lui, RateMyInvestor, Suzy Ryoo, Cross Culture Ventures Another


NYPD Wishes Google, Waze Had Never Heard Of This First Amendment Thing

I like it when police try their cease-and-desist intimidation tactics on somebody who understands their rights.
Tags: Google, Law, Police, Waze, Nypd, First Amendment, Cease & Desist Letters


Google expands partnership with Founder Gym to support underrepresented founders

Google for Startups has expanded a partnership with startup training program Founder Gym to better serve underrepresented founders through a new scholarship program. The program typically charges $396 to participate, but thanks to this partnership with Google for Startups, Google will cover the costs for select scholarship recipients to participate in the six-week program. This partnership is an extension of a pilot program that started last March. “Google for Startups took an early bet on F...
Tags: Google, Startups, TC, Tech, Diversity, Include, Lisa Gevelber, Gabriela Zamudio, Mandela Schumacher Hodge Dixon, Founder Gym, Google for Startups, Google for Startups Google, Schumacher Hodge Dixon, Zamudio


Tim Cook-backed shower startup Nebia shows off a warmer, water-saving shower head

I’m not in the habit of getting naked during meetings at startup offices, but this time it felt appropriate. Nebia, a shower startup that has attracted investments from the likes of Apple CEO Tim Cook and former Google chairman Eric Schmidt’s foundation is back with some new cash (though it won’t divulge how much) and a new generation of its thoughtfully designed shower heads that aim to dramatically reduce the amount of water people use while cleaning up. After a lengthy chat with Nebia CEO Ph...
Tags: Apple, Google, Startups, TC, Hardware, Stanford, Tech, Tim Cook, Eric Schmidt, Shower, James Park, Moen, Joe Gebbia, Nebia, Schmidt Family Foundation, Philip Winter


Facebook Glitch Lets You Search For Pictures of Your Female Friends, But Not Your Male Ones

Belgian security researcher Inti De Ceukelaire has found an unusual glitch in Facebook's search function. Facebook lets you search for photos of your female friends, but refuses to let you look up pictures of your male friends. The Next Web has managed to replicate the glitch across several Facebook accounts. "When you type 'photos of my female friends' into the search bar, Facebook will return a seemingly-random selection of photos from your female friends," reports TNW. From the report: Switch...
Tags: Facebook, Tech, Harvard University, Facebook Glitch, Inti de Ceukelaire



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