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Cool Tech: DJI Osmo Action, Lenovo Foldable Portable PC and more

Cool Tech: DJI Osmo Action, Lenovo Foldable Portable PC and more AoiroStudioMay 20, 2019 Continuing the so-long Perfect Office series now turning into Cool Tech Series. A roundup of cool gadgets and tech for your office; not necessarily for designers explicitly but for all of you tech-savvy crowd like myself out there. This is an extensive concept! if you have any suggestions, please let us know! For the past week, a lot of buzzes has been made for the GoPro ...
Tags: Design, Asus, Sony, Lenovo, Bezel, Andy Boxall, Dre Powerbeats, Nest Hub Max Google, DJI Osmo Action Lenovo, DJI Osmo Action Lenovo Foldable Portable PC


8 Ways A Highly Productive Person’s Weekend is Different

You're reading 8 Ways A Highly Productive Person’s Weekend is Different, originally posted on Pick the Brain | Motivation and Self Improvement. If you're enjoying this, please visit our site for more inspirational articles. “ Determine never to be idle. No person will have occasion to complain of the want of time who never loses any. It is wonderful how much can be done if we are always doing. ”   Thomas Jefferson  Why does it seem that some people are so much more productive than other...
Tags: Google, Creativity, Netflix, Lifehacks, Self Improvement, Self Confidence, Dante, How To Be More Productive, Self Improvement Tips, Productivity Tips, Thomas Jefferson, Boost Your Productivity, Sleep Foundation, Joseph Chukwube, Ben Tejes, Ascend Finance


Google suspends business with Huawei after blacklisting by U.S. government

Google has reportedly severed most of its partnerships with Huawei, after its addition to the "Entity List" of the U.S. Department of Commerce. Future Huawei devices will lose access to the Google Play Store, Chrome, and Android updates. The post Google suspends business with Huawei after blacklisting by U.S. government appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Google, Android, Google Play Store, Mobile, News, Trends, Huawei


Email Addresses and Passwords Leaked For 113,000 Users Of Account Hijacking Forum

"Ogusers.com -- a forum popular among people involved in hijacking online accounts and conducting SIM swapping attacks to seize control over victims' phone numbers -- has itself been hacked," reports security researcher Brian Krebs, "exposing the email addresses, hashed passwords, IP addresses and private messages for nearly 113,000 forum users." On May 12, the administrator of OGusers explained an outage to forum members by saying a hard drive failure had erased several months' worth of privat...
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Opting-out of Face Recognition at Airports

And why are you being photographed at airports all of a sudden? Some Background: What is a Visa? Generally, any foreign national wanting to visit the United States must obtain a visa. A travel visa is “conditional authorization granted by a country to a foreigner, allowing them to enter, remain within, or to leave that country.” There are many different kinds of visas. Visas include limits on the how long you can stay, where you can go inside the country, the dates you can enter, the number of ...
Tags: Security, Startups, US, Tech, Surveillance, United States, Tsa, CBP, Airlines, Biometrics, British Airways, Face-recognition, Los Angeles International Airport, U S Department of Homeland Security DHS, John F Kennedy International, JetBlue Delta


Three Geeks Rescue a 50-Year-Old IBM 360 Mainframe From an Abandoned Building

In late April of 2019 Slashdot reader Adam Bradley and engineer Chris Blackburn were "sitting in a pub on a Monday night when Chris happened across a somewhat unusual eBay listing..." They eventually submitted the winning bid for an IBM 360 Model 20 mainframe -- €3,710 (about $4,141 USD) -- and proceeded to pick it up from an abandoned building "in the backstreets of Nuremberg, Germany." (Where they tackled several issues with a tiny door that hadn't been opened since the 1970s.) By day Adam is...
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Organizing Device Clutter

With a hyper-connected family of 5 we have dozens of devices to manage and charge. Here is our current toolkit… leave a comment with a photo of yours and a link to the products! The Organizer I hate seeing the clutter of wires so I want an enclosure that holds the power splitter and hides the wires as much as possible. This one comes in wood grain or in black and easily charges and organized 6 devices. I use one for iPads and Kindles and another for rechargable batteries. For the family laptop...
Tags: Startups, Organization, Geek, Gear, Charging-station


Google 'blocks Huawei access to Android updates' after blacklisting

Reported move could hit Huawei Technologies’ ability to run phone operating system Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source has told Reuters.The news is a blow to the Chinese technology company that the US government has sought to blacklist around the world. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, China, World news, US news, Asia Pacific, Donald Trump, Huawei


Hundreds Are Alreadying Using Waymo's Driver-less Taxis In Arizona

The commercial rollout of Waymo's driver-less taxi service in Chandler, Arizona, a suburb of Phoenix with a population of 260,000 people, has more than a thousand customers already signed up -- including the mayor, reports Forbes: Each of the several hundred Waymo One vans in Chandler arrives with a safety driver at the wheel. But that may be more about public relations than technical necessity. During a recent trip, the human in the driver's seat didn't take her hands off her lap during a trip...
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Limiting screen use for one week may improve teenagers' sleep – study

Reducing blue light exposure at night may decrease fatigue and mood swings, researchers findSleep problems suffered by teenagers can be improved after just one week by limiting evening exposure to light-emitting screens on mobile phones, tablets and computers, a study suggests.The research indicates that by reducing their exposure to blue light-emitting devices in the evening, adolescents can improve their sleep quality and reduce symptoms of fatigue, lack of concentration and mood swings after ...
Tags: Health, Technology, Sleep, Children, Society, UK News, World news, Health & wellbeing, Young People


Google 'blocks Huawei access to Android updates' after Trump blacklisting

Reported move could hit Huawei Technologies’ ability to run phone operating system Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source has told Reuters.The news is a blow to the Chinese technology company that the US government has sought to blacklist around the world. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, China, World news, US news, Asia Pacific, Donald Trump, Huawei


These Johns Hopkins students are slashing breast cancer biopsy costs

Over 2 million women were diagnosed with breast cancer in 2018. And while the diagnosis doesn’t have to be a death sentence for women in countries like the United States, in developing countries three times as many women die from the disease. Breast cancer survival rates range from 80% or over in North America, Sweden and Japan to around 60% in middle-income countries and below 40% in low-income countries, according to data provided the World Health Organization. And the WHO blames these low sur...
Tags: Health, TC, Medicine, Breast Cancer, California, Cancer, Tech, Mit, United States, South Africa, Long Beach, Disease, Peru, Head, Co-founder


Is The Global Internet Disintegrating?

'The global internet is disintegrating," argues BBC Future, calling Russia "one of a growing number of countries that has had enough of the Western-built, Western-controlled internet backbone...aided as much by advances in technology as by growing global misgivings about whether the open internet was ever such a good idea to start with." "The new methods raise the possibility not only of countries pulling up their own drawbridges, but of alliances between like-minded countries building on these...
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Report Claims Google Could Be Pulling Huawei's Android License

Google has halted some of its business operations with Huawei, Reuters reported Sunday, in what would be a devasting hit to the Chinese telecommunications company.Read more...
Tags: Google, Science, China, Spying, Trade, Huawei


10-Year-Old's Reality-Show Victory Revoked After Automated Bot Voting

An anonymous reader quotes ABC News: The final result of Russia's version of the popular TV singing talent show, "The Voice Kids," has been cancelled after it was found that thousands of automated calls and text messages were used to rig voting in favor of its 10-year-old winner. Moscow-based cybersecurity firm Group-IB was brought in to examine the results after complaints were raised over the victory of Mikella Abramova, the daughter of well-known Russian popstar Alsou and millionaire Yan Abra...
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Amazon Begins Moving Warehouses Into Malls It Helped Put Out of Business

"It's easy to think of Amazon executives going home every night and bathing in their cynicism," writes Inc. columnist Chris Matyszczyk: It's often contended that Amazon has put an enormous amount of pressure on shopping malls. So much so that many of those malls are shutting their doors. Yet, as the Wall Street Journal reports, Amazon is now moving into precisely those derelict malls. Why? To use the space for its vast and, some might say heartless, fulfillment centers... It's the perfect way ...
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Is a $600 smart oven ever worth it?

Part of closely following tech is the often mistaken belief that newer, better technologies can help right some of the wrongs older ones caused in the first place. Behold the Wii and the Fitbit — two perfect examples of technologies designed to right some of technologies’ previous wrongs. It’s tricky because, in some cases, these things do work. We’ve all read the success stories, and for many of us, that’s enough to keep us trying out new things. Some much ultimately relies on our own individua...
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Google Ends Android Collaboration With Huawei. No Gmail, Play Store For Future Huawei Phones

An anonymous reader quotes Reuters: Alphabet Inc's Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source close to the matter told Reuters on Sunday, in a blow to the Chinese technology company that the U.S. government has sought to blacklist around the world. Huawei Technologies Co Ltd will immediately lose access to updates to the Android operating system, and the next version of its smartp...
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Week-in-Review: Apple has a Supreme headache and Bitcoin bites back

For all of the swirling conversations of tech regulation that have continues the past several years, few of those waxing poetic on the topic likely assumed that Apple would be the first tech giant to capture the government’s ire, but a Supreme Court ruling this week cleared the way for an anti-trust reckoning for Apple’s walled garden App Store. The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 against Apple on Monday, determining that a group of iPhone users will be allowed to bring an antitrust lawsuit against...
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Google reportedly suspends select business with Huawei over U.S. ban

The Trump administration Huawei ban is sure to have wide-ranging and long lasting effects for all parties. In the meantime, it seems, a number of those involved in the periphery are treading lightly in hope of not burning bridges on either side. Google has taken accidental center stage, in its role providing Android and a variety of apps for the embattled handset maker. According to a new report from Reuters, the U.S. software giant has taken some steps toward disentangling itself. Word come...
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Google reportedly suspends select business with Huawei following U.S. ban

The Trump administration Huawei ban is sure to have wide-ranging and long lasting effects for all parties. In the meantime, it seems, a number of those involved in the periphery are treading lightly in hope of not burning bridges on either side. Google has taken accidental center stage, in its role providing Android and a variety of apps for the embattled handset maker. According to a new report from Reuters, the U.S. software giant has taken some steps toward disentangling itself. Word come...
Tags: Google, Android, Mobile, Apps, Tech, Huawei


Motorola One Vision vs. Nokia 7.1: Which is the best budget phone for you?

If you're trying to decide whether the Motorola One Vision or the Nokia 7.1 would be a better buy, then we've got you covered with this comparison. Find out exactly what sets these Android phones apart and which is best for you. The post Motorola One Vision vs. Nokia 7.1: Which is the best budget phone for you? appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Trends, Spec Comparison, Nokia 7.1, Motorola One Vision


Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist – report

Blow as Huawei Technologies will immediately lose access to updates to the Android operating system Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source close to the matter told Reuters. Related: How other countries are responding to Trump's Huawei threat Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, China, World news, US news, Asia Pacific, Donald Trump, Huawei


Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklisting

Blow as Huawei Technologies will immediately lose access to updates to the Android operating system Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source close to the matter told Reuters. Related: How other countries are responding to Trump's Huawei threat Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, China, World news, US news, Asia Pacific, Donald Trump, Huawei


Google suspends some business with Huawei after Trump blacklist

Blow as Huawei Technologies will immediately lose access to updates to the Android operating system Google has suspended business with Huawei that requires the transfer of hardware and software products except those covered by open source licenses, a source close to the matter told Reuters. Related: How other countries are responding to Trump's Huawei threat Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, China, World news, US news, Asia Pacific, Donald Trump, Huawei


Bitcoin 'Roars Back', Surges 50% in 30 Days

A week ago bitcoin was trading at $6,000. Today Forbes reports bitcoin "which has been swinging wildly throughout this week, has suddenly rallied back to over $8,000 per bitcoin, somewhat putting to rest investor and trader fears the recent bitcoin bull run may have already ended": The bitcoin price has risen around 50% over the last 30 days, pulling many other major cryptocurrencies with it, including ethereum, Ripple's XRP, bitcoin cash, litecoin, EOS and binance coin... The total bitcoin and ...
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If Hacking DNA Frightens You, This Will Terrify You

In a 9-minute internal video, Google explores the future of hacking DNA We’re all familiar with the double helix that constitutes our genetic makeup, the incredible progress in decoding it, and the potential for hacking it to eradicate disease or even create bespoke organisms. But what most of us don’t know is that there may ...
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Just Google It: 7 Questions Every CMO Wants To Know

Google-owned YouTube is a wasteland, but like all wastelands, when you brush aside the layers of dirt and debris, you’re in the position to discover a gem or two. The video that follows may not meet gem status, but it is a find worth noting here. Tara Walpert Levy is VP of Agency and Brand […] The post Just Google It: 7 Questions Every CMO Wants To Know appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: Google, Mobile, Video, Advertising, Analytics, Ad People, Agency Business, Advertising Technology


Remembering Radio Shack's 1983 Training Film For the TRS-80 Model 100

Fast Company's technology editor Harry McCracken is also Slashdot reader #1,641,347. He contacted us Thursday with a story about Radio Shack's Model 100 -- and a rare training film from 36 years ago: Radio Shack's Model 100 wasn't the first laptop -- but it was the first popular one, and an innovative machine on multiple fronts. It was also the last computer to ship with Microsoft software personally coded by Bill Gates. I recently came across an internal training film intended to help Radio ...
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How A.I. will liberate doctors from keyboards and basements

Machines can help doctors by spotting abnormalities in X-rays or MRA scans that the physicians themselves may have missed. A.I. can also help physicians by analyzing data and, through the use of algorithms, produce possible diagnoses. The freed up time, as doctors make their rounds, can help physicians establish better connections with their patients, which in turn can lead to better treatment plans.
Tags: Health, Science, Technology, Biology, Medicine, Innovation, Machine Learning, Health Care, Ai, Eric Topol, Machine Intelligence



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