David Lynch Turns Twin Peaks into a Virtual Reality Game: Watch the Official Trailer

When David Lynch and Mark Frost's Twin Peaks premiered on ABC in 1990, viewers across America were treated to a televisual experience like none they'd ever had before. Four years earlier, something similar had happened to the unsuspecting moviegoers who went to see Lynch's breakout feature Blue Velvet, an experience described as eye-opening by even David Foster Wallace. A dedicated meditator with an interest in plunging into unexplored realms of consciousness, Lynch tends to bring his au...
Tags: Google, Games, Japan, Technology, Television, Abc, College, Washington, America, Los Angeles, Fbi, Bob, Seoul, David Lynch, David Foster Wallace, Cooper

December Accelerator All Access — Stylish Shipping Containers, Proactive Home Maintenance…

December Accelerator All Access — Stylish Shipping Containers, Proactive Home Maintenance, Affordable Music Lessons & More Capital Factory’s VIP Accelerator accepts new tech startups from across industries every month. Once accepted, we help these startups meet their next investor, employee, and customer with the support of our Investor Relations and VIP teams as well as our exclusive Mentor network of the top entrepreneurs and investors in Texas.Take a look at the most recent group of compani...
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Masterclass Is Running a “Buy One, Give One Free” Deal

FYI: Masterclass is running a Buy One, Give One Free. It was supposed to end on Cyber Monday. But apparently it's still going. Here's the gist: If you buy an All-Access pass to their 70 courses, you will receive another All-Access Pass to give to someone else at no additional charge. An All-Access pass costs $180, and lasts one year. For that fee, you--and a family member or friend--can watch courses created by Annie Leibovitz, Neil Gaiman, Malcolm Gladwell, Werner Herzog, Martin Scorsese, Davi...
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How many steps was that, then? Uncle Sam's lawyers, watchdog race to probe Google's Fitbit gobble

Justice Department wins chance to track fitness-tracking purchase The US Department of Justice has beat out the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) to become the top dog in an antitrust review of Google’s proposed purchase of fitness tracker Fitbit.…
Tags: Google, Software, Sam, Justice Department, US Department of Justice, Federal Trade Commission FTC

The NHS robots performing major surgery

It all seems futuristic but 2019 has seen a boom in the use of cutting edge robotic technology.
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The Next Core i5 Desktop Processor will feature HyperThreading

It has been confirmed via a 3DMark results database entry that the 10th generation Core i5 desktop process will feature HyperThreading. The Core i5-10600 based on the 14nm "Comet Lake" silicon will be a 6-core, 12-thread part. The post The Next Core i5 Desktop Processor will feature HyperThreading appeared first on
Tags: Intel, All News, Hardware News, Processors, Cpus, HyperThreading, Comet Lake, Core i5-10600

Here's what you Googled this year

In 2019, people across the country turned to Google for all the answers. Now, Google has unveiled its 2019 Year In Search, a look at the top trending searches of the year.
Tags: Google, News, Stories

How Google and YouTube are working to protect the 2020 U.S. Census

Next year, as it has done every decade since 1790, the U.S. will carry out its constitutional duty to count the population of the United States. In 2020, for the first time, the census will offer individuals the option of completing the census online, in addition to completing it by mail or phone. With over 70 percent of U.S. households using the internet at home, and 80 percent using smartphones, this new format will allow more people to participate in the census next year. Yesterday, U.S. Sena...
Tags: Google, Google Play Store, Youtube, Senate, United States, Alaska, Safety And Security, U S Census Bureau, Census Bureau, Public Policy, Kristie Canegallo, Brian Schatz D Hawaii Lisa Murkowski, U S Census Taskforce

How much cheese does one person need to grate? Mac Pro pricing unveiled

El Reg checks all the boxes. Dell: 'Hold my beer' Apple's Mac Pro turned up on the company's website this week and, yep, it's eye-wateringly expensive.…
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Smarter organization of top stories in Search

People come to Search for all types of information to help them form a better understanding of the world and the topics they care about most. We’ve continued to bring new improvements to Search to help people better orient themselves around a topic and easily explore related ideas, so they can more quickly go from having a question in mind to developing deeper understanding. Now, we’re using the latest in machine learning to bring this approach to top stories in Google Search, making it easier f...
Tags: Google, News, Nasa, Search, Jupiter, Europa, Google News Initiative, Duncan Osborn

The 18 Tech Gifts That Everyone's Going to Want This Season - All $50 or Under

Tech gifts are a universal crowd pleaser, but if you're not careful, they can really break the bank. But have no fear; these 18 gifts are all under $50, so you can buy all the latest and greatest accessories and gadgets without worrying about your wallet. It's practically a dream come true, and you can get someone for everyone on your list. Whether you're looking for stocking stuffers or gifts the whole family can enjoy, you'll find them here. This year, we know we'd like to receive wireless h...
Tags: Gift Guide, Shopping, Religion, Holiday, Tech, Gifts, Gifts For Women, Gifts Under $50, Gifts For Men, Tech Gifts

3rd party cookies and post-cookies advertising - fact check

3rd party cookies are blocked by some of the top browsers. Privacy regulations, such as GDPR or CCPA, make advertisers think twice before they use audience data for targeting. On the other hand, the programmatic market is growing fast all over the world, and this trend will continue in the following years, according to Zenith. So, should marketers be really worried about using cookies or keep calm and do programmatic? Let’s check facts and distinguish myths from reality. Programmatic market bas...
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Rethinking tech's Wild West: San Francisco requires new permits

Scores of abandoned electric scooters were the last straw. San Francisco officials voted to rein in startups from using city streets as a laboratory.
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Can EVs Go the Distance? EU Approves €3 Billion Battery Development Fund

The European Union has approved a 3.2 billion-euro fund to promote the research and development of battery technology, with cash pouring in from Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Poland and Sweden. While Brussels has been on an electrification push ever since Europe fell out of love with diesel, now may not be the best time to […] The post Can EVs Go the Distance? EU Approves €3 Billion Battery Development Fund appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
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Sapphire’s $259 RX 5500 XT NITRO+ Special Edition Spotted

Sapphire's upcoming Radeon RX 5500 XT NITRO+ Special Edition graphics cards has been spotted and is up for pre-order on Amazon with availability set for December 12th. The post Sapphire’s $259 RX 5500 XT NITRO+ Special Edition Spotted appeared first on
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New Zeppelin Ransomware Targeting Tech and Health Companies

A new variant of Vega ransomware family, dubbed Zeppelin, has recently been spotted in the wild targeting technology and healthcare companies across Europe, the United States, and Canada. However, if you reside in Russia or some other ex-USSR countries like Ukraine, Belorussia, and Kazakhstan, breathe a sigh of relief, as the ransomware terminates its operations if found itself on machines [Author: [email protected] (Unknown)]
Tags: Europe, Russia, Tech, Ransomware, Canada, United States, Ussr, Cyber Attack, Kazakhstan, Malware attack, Vega, Zeppelin, 2018 Midterm Elections, Vega ransomware, VegaLocker, New Zeppelin Ransomware Targeting Tech

E*TRADE Online Brokerage Account Review & Sign Up Bonus

E*TRADE is one of the oldest and best-known online stock brokers in the U.S. It offers a wide variety of investing tools, resources, and features that place it among the leading full-service and discount brokerage firms. Now that E*TRADE has eliminated commissions on U.S.-listed stock, option, and ETF trades, it’s an especially solid choice for both active traders and long-term investors. In this E*TRADE review, let’s take a look at the brokerage’s features to help you decide if it’s the right s...
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Why Accounts Age And Solutions For Construction Industry Credit Managers

Originally posted 2015-03-17 10:06:57. For this week’s Guest Post Friday here at Musings, we welcome back Scott Wolfe.  Scott is the CEO of Zlien, a company that provides software and services to help building material supply and construction companies reduce their credit risk and default receivables through the management of mechanics lien and bond claim compliance.  He is also the founding author of the Lien Blog, a leading online publication about liens, security instruments and getting pai...
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Icelandic Continues to Battle Extinction.

Last year we discussed an overheated article about the imminent death of the Icelandic language; now Caitlin Hu has a Quartz piece (with linked video) on the same topic: For centuries, the Icelandic language has held off influences from foreign lingua franca [sic; should be “lingua francas,” no italics — LH] like Danish and English. But today, there is a new threat: technologies that can only be operated in foreign languages, even at home. Apple’s voice assistant, Siri, for example, does not und...
Tags: Apple, Google, California, New York City, Uncategorized, Siri, Linguistics, Alliance, Quartz, LH, Endangered Language Alliance, Caitlin Hu, Language Planning Department, Ross Perlin

What Changes Will 2020 Bring To The Online Gaming Industry? 

Online games have become quite popular and addictive in recent times most especially because of its convenience and ease of use. The love for these... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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What’s powering conversational search? Featured snippets, structured data and actions

Voice search is still hot, but it might be a little slower on the uptake than many predicted. Google and friends continue to bombard the consumer with new devices, with new possibilities and new ways of controlling them via voice. The results for these voice searches comes from a mix of actions, knowledge graph data […] The post What’s powering conversational search? Featured snippets, structured data and actions appeared first on Yoast.
Tags: Google, Seo,, Rich Snippets

Google adding more news content to ‘top stories’ in search results

Users will now see multiple carousels of news stories. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: Greg Sterling]
Tags: Google, Seo, Greg Sterling

Type Styles of the Rich and Famous

Typography tells a story: What do these rich font examples say? Well-designed, rich fonts are beautiful to behold. Their angles and forms are an inspiration. Fonts have a “personality,” and if you tune into what their shapes are trying to say, you can make those traits work for your business. Let’s say on the other side of your town a company is developing an upscale neighborhood high on a hill overlooking the ocean. They’ve decided to call it “Grandview Estates.” Their tagline is “Ri...
Tags: Google, Design, Small Business, Typography, Marketing, Georgia, Fonts, Branding, Online Brand, Visual Brand, Free Fonts, Alex Brush

Climate change: Why we need 70% of U.S. politicians to unite

When it comes to politically addressing the climate crisis, we need politicians from both sides of the aisle to work together to create policies that bring about a more sustainable tomorrow. If we enact policies that require companies to pay for their greenhouse gas emissions, we would see an immediate change of behavior from them, in regard to how much they contribute to climate change. There's growing agreement that the climate crisis is real among both Republicans and Democrats. The main con...
Tags: Politics, Science, Activism, Climate Change, Environment, Future, Economics, United States, Capitalism, Innovation, Humanity, Global Issues, Daniel esty

Google now shows carousels of reviews on local business profiles

Reviews carousels surface when relevant to the query and the business has enough high quality reviews, a Google spokesperson confirmed. Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article. [Author: George Nguyen]
Tags: Google, Seo, George Nguyen

New PlunderVolt Attack Targets Intel SGX Enclaves by Tweaking CPU Voltage

A team of cybersecurity researchers demonstrated a novel yet another technique to hijack Intel SGX, a hardware-isolated trusted space on modern Intel CPUs that encrypts extremely sensitive data to shield it from attackers even when a system gets compromised. Dubbed Plundervolt and tracked as CVE-2019-11157, the attack relies on the fact that modern processors allow frequency and voltage to be [Author: [email protected] (Swati Khandelwal)]
Tags: Tech, Intel, Vulnerability, Cyber Security, Swati Khandelwal, Intel CPU, Intel SGX, Intel Processor, Intel Chipset, RowHammer Attack, Intel SGX Enclaves, CLKSCREW

Search Engine Position Enhancement With Squid Lenses

Everyone like to see their websites on top of the search engines result web pages, isn’t it? Yeah, that’s a reality. Also I as well like it, enjoy it. Yet when you are thinking about the SERP positioning we are getting into a battle field. Only the survivors in the battleground prosper to obtain their results. A little bit exaggerated? loll? yeah however actually that’ true, there is high competition exists also for the most bad search phrase. So the important point on SERP ranking renovation is...
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Meditation for Artists: Learn Moebius’ Meditative Technique Called “Automatic Drawing”

Meditation and art have an ancient, intertwined history in China, where the beginnings of Chan Buddhism are inseparable from landscape painting. In Japan, Zen art has constituted “a practice in appreciating simplicity,” of disappearing into the creative act, cultivating degrees of egolessness that allow an artist’s movements to become spontaneous and unhampered by second guesses. The “first Japanese artists to work in [ink],” notes the Metropolitan Museum of Art, “were Zen monks who pain...
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Business Jet Destination Guide: Abu Dhabi

Abu Dhabi is the capital of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and attracts considerable business aviation traffic. The UAE is probably the easiest and least restrictive region in the Middle East in terms of business aircraft permit requirements. We hear of few issues with landing permit requests or revisions for this area. Still, it’s crucial to ensure that any information/documentation submitted with permit requests is correct and valid, as this will help avoid permit delays. Here is what you ...
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