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Interview with Terry Kyle – CEO of WPX Hosting

I had a lot of positive feedback on my last post titled “Why Photographers Need A Blog” and thought it would be a good idea to do a follow up with an industry expert on web hosting, Terry Kyle the CEO, and founder of WPX Hosting. Terry is a well-known figure in the hosting game and has turned WPX Hosting into the most reliable and well-secured WordPress web host in the world. Terry is also an animal lover and advocate for sheltered cats and dogs. He spends much of his free time volunteering...
Tags: Travel, Google, Amazon, Europe, London, Instagram, Greece, Microsoft, Interviews, Youtube, Wordpress, Godaddy, Eu, Bulgaria, Toyota, Terry


This turntable-inspired mini speaker will give you a pocketful of nostalgia

The Mini Speaker is a speaker that promises to take you to a place where the past and present collide! Not only do they collide, but they merge together to create one incredible audio experience. Unlike your regular Bluetooth speakers with their sleek futuristic forms, the Mini Speaker takes inspiration from the retro vinyl record players!Shaped after a vinyl record player, the speaker features a little platform and a turntable as well! And here’s where it gets even more interesting, this speake...
Tags: Design, Technology, Audio, Speakers, Product Design, Second White, Mini Speaker


Apple has reignited a privacy battle with the Trump administration by declining to unlock a mass shooter's iPhone

Attorney General Bill Barr reignited a feud between Apple and the US government over its refusal to let officials access encrypted data on iPhones. He criticized Apple to not helping the FBI access the phone of Mohammed Alshamrani, a Saudi Arabian officer who opened fire in December on a naval base in Pensacola, Florida. Barr said that the FBI needs encrypted information from Alshamrani's iPhone to properly investigate the shooting, which officials declared on Monday was an act of terrorism.  ...
Tags: Apple, Obama, California, Senate, White House, US, Trends, Fbi, Aclu, New York Times, The New York Times, Louisiana, Dianne Feinstein, Justice Department, Pensacola, Trump


Apple has reignited a privacy battle with the Trump administration by declining to unlock a mass shooter's iPhones

Attorney General William Barr reignited a feud between Apple and the US government over its refusal to let officials access encrypted data on iPhones. He said Apple wasn't doing enough to help the FBI access two phones used by Mohammed Alshamrani, the Saudi officer who opened fire in December on a naval base in Pensacola, Florida. Barr said the FBI needed encrypted information from Alshamrani's iPhones to properly investigate the shooting, which officials on Monday declared was an act of terro...
Tags: Apple, Obama, California, Senate, White House, US, Trends, Nasa, Fbi, Aclu, New York Times, The New York Times, Dianne Feinstein, Justice Department, Pensacola, Trump


A Lithium-Ion Battery That You Can Scrunch

An anonymous reader quotes a report from IEEE Spectrum: Busan-based firm Jenax has spent the past few years developing J.Flex, an advanced lithium-ion battery that is ultra-thin, flexible, and rechargeable. With the arrival of so many wearable gadgets, phones with flexible displays, and other portable gizmos, "we're now interacting with machines on a different level from what we did before," says EJ Shin, head of strategic planning at Jenax. "What we're doing at Jenax is putting batteries into l...
Tags: UK, France, Tech, Las Vegas, Busan, Shin, Jenax, EJ Shin, HP1 Technologies, J Flex


DOJ says Apple hasn't helped unlock Pensacola shooter's iPhones. Apple says it only asked a week ago.

Attorney General William Barr said Apple hasn't helped unlock iPhones belonging to the Saudi pilot who opened fire at Naval Air Station Pensacola.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Apple, Usa, News, Usa Today, Doj, Pensacola, William Barr, Naval Air Station Pensacola


Sony Interactive will skip E3 again this year

Sony Interactive Entertainment will skip E3 again this year and participate instead in “hundreds of consumer events across the globe,” the company told GamesIndustry.biz today. The company, which is preparing to launch the PlayStation 5 before this holiday season, missed the show for the first time last year, after two decades of being one of its biggest exhibitors. A Sony Interactive spokesperson told GamesIndustry.biz that the company has “great respect for the ESA as an organization, but w...
Tags: TC, Gadgets, Gaming, Tech, Esa, Playstation, Sony, Nintendo, E3, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Devin Coldewey, Sony Interactive


Verily just presented for the first time at JPMorgan's big health conference. Here's how the CEO of Alphabet's life sciences firm laid out the unusual business to top investors.

Verily, the life-sciences arm of Google's parent company Alphabet, just presented at the biggest healthcare conference of the year.  Verily has its hands in projects spanning robotics, blood-sugar-tracking devices, and work on addiction treatment. In its presentation, it laid out its three businesses and how the company approaches partnerships.  The company has taken $1.8 billion in outside investments from investors including Temasek, Silver Lake, Capital Group, Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan...
Tags: Google, America, San Francisco, Trends, Tesla, Mega, Jpmorgan, Conrad, Ahuja, Deepak Ahuja, Andy Conrad, Jessica Mega, Silver Lake Conrad, Dexcom Dexcom, Onduo, Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology


Did You Know? You Can Score Some of the Coolest Gadgets For $50 or Less!

We love technology because it makes our lives so much easier, and we're constantly looking for the latest fun, innovative gadgets to hit the market. The only thing better than new tech toys are ones that won't break the bank, and right now, there are plenty of cool finds for $50 or less. You read that right. Aside from making great gifts, these 16 gadgets are worth stocking up on for yourself. We're particularly into a reusable notebook, a water bottle that reminds you to stay hydrated, and eve...
Tags: Gadgets, Shopping, Religion, Tech, Tech Shopping, Affordable Shopping, Best of 2020


Report: Apple will give Macs a ‘Pro Mode’ to boost performance

Apple is all about balance, constantly striving to find that sweet spot among performance, build, simplicity, noise, and price. But sometimes you just want raw power, and it seems Apple is listening. 9to5Mac spotted code in the macOS Catalina 10.15.3 beta that heavily suggests Apple is considering a ‘Pro Mode’ that would delimit fan speeds and energy-saving measures. Text in the code notes “Apps may run faster, but battery life may decrease and fan noise may increase.” It further notes that the ...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Catalina, Plugged


EFF Files Amicus Brief In Google v. Oracle, Arguing APIs Are Not Copyrightable

Areyoukiddingme writes: EFF has filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in Google v. Oracle, arguing that APIs are not copyrightable. From the press release: "The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today asked the U.S. Supreme Court to rule that functional aspects of Oracle's Java programming language are not copyrightable, and even if they were, employing them to create new computer code falls under fair use protections. The court is reviewing a long-running lawsuit Oracle filed aga...
Tags: Google, Supreme Court, Congress, Tech, Eff, Oracle, U S Supreme Court, Electronic Frontier Foundation EFF, Federal Circuit, Corynne McSherry


New MacBook Pro coming soon, recent regulatory filing suggests

A regulatory filing indicates that Apple is gearing up to release a new MacBook Pro in the next few months.
Tags: Apple, News, Trends, Computing, Macbook Pro, Macbooks, 13-inch Macbook Pro, 16-inch MacBook Pro, EEC filing


Top Home Security Products That Actually Protect Your Home

Even though the crime rates in India has gone down in terms of burglary and robbery, it is never okay to turn a blind eye towards the security of your valuable assets, may it be your home or your workplace. Read more… The post Top Home Security Products That Actually Protect Your Home appeared first on Guest Post, Telecom Media, Tech, Guest Blogging, SEO Tips.
Tags: Security, Technology, India, Seo, Cyber Security, Surveillance, Devices, Camera, Cctv, Iot, Home Security, Consumers, B2b, Business Products & Services, Guest Post Telecom Media Tech, IT Hardware


Codagenix raises $20 million for a new flu vaccine and other therapies

Coadagenix, a company developing vaccines and viral therapies for illnesses ranging from the flu and respiratory viruses to dengue fever has raised $20 million in a new round of financing. The company’s new investment round was led by Adjuvant Capital with additional participation from Euclidean Capital and Topspin Partners . Codagenix will use the funds to support clinical development of its general flu vaccine and the first RSV vaccine for elderly patients — who are more at risk to serious c...
Tags: Health, Food, TC, New York, Medicine, Breast Cancer, Tech, Virus, Vaccination, Disease, Flu, Vaccine, Influenza, Vaccines, Swine Flu, Stony Brook University


Google Ads Introduces Bid Simulator Support for Smart Bidding via @MattGSouthern

Google Ads is rolling out bid simulator support for the Target ROAS bid strategy, and new budget simulator.The post appeared first on Search Engine Journal.
Tags: Google, News, Seo, Paid Search


Kids with lazy eye can be treated just by letting them watch TV on this special screen

Amblyopia, commonly called lazy eye, is a medical condition that adversely affects the eyesight of millions, but if caught early can be cured altogether — unfortunately this usually means months of wearing an eye patch. NovaSight claims successful treatment with nothing more than an hour a day in front of its special display. The condition amounts to when the two eyes aren’t synced up in their movements. Normally both eyes will focus the detail-oriented fovea part of the retina on whatever ob...
Tags: Health, Gadgets, Science, Tech, Tobii, NovaSight, Tobii Group


Apple starts replacement program for faulty iPhone battery cases

Apple has opened a replacement program for iPhone battery cases, specifically those for the iPhones XS, XS Max, and XR. So if you have one of those, and it’s not working, you’re in luck. The company says this is because it’s confirmed there are “charging issues” with the X series battery cases — namely, that it doesn’t charge. Either the case won’t consistently charge when plugged in, or it won’t charge the phone. If you have either of those issues. Troubleshooting posts detailing users’ problem...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Plugged


How To Avoid The 7 Deadly Sins Of Small Business SEO

A small business SEO campaign is a detailed undertaking. A successful campaign can lead you to the land of plenty where you are rewarded with streams of visitors that convert to paying clients. However, if you make too many mistakes, your website could wind up in the Google sandbox. There, it is trapped in a void and struggling to be seen by users. Take the necessary precautions to avoid the sandbox and you may find yourself smiling at the end of your journey. There are at least seven deadly si...
Tags: Google, Business, Email Marketing, Content, LSI, SEO / Google / Organic Traffic


You can't delete your PayPal history, but you can delete your account instead — here's how

You can't delete your PayPal history, but you can delete your account instead, and accomplish basically the same thing. In the past you could archive PayPal transactions, but that still wouldn't truly delete them. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. If you have ever made a purchase or accepted a payment via PayPal, there is a record of the transaction, and there's really nothing you can do to hide said transaction either.  In past years, PayPal offered the ability to archive ...
Tags: Google, Trends, Paypal, Nasa, PayPal Business


City of Las Vegas Said It Successfully Avoided Devastating Cyberattack

An anonymous reader quotes a report from ZDNet: Officials from the city of Las Vegas said they narrowly avoided a major security incident that took place on Tuesday, January 7. According to a statement published by the city on Wednesday, the compromise took place on Tuesday, at 4:30 am, in the morning. The city said IT staff immediately detected the intrusion and took steps to protect impacted systems. The city responded by taking several services offline, including its public website, which is ...
Tags: Tech, Las Vegas, Zdnet, Las Vegas Said


Oscar Health now has 400,000 members and expects to bring in $2 billion by the end of 2020

Oscar Health, the upstart healthcare insurance company and technology developer, expects to have roughly 400,000 members insured under its healthcare plans, who collectively will bring in roughly $2 billion in revenue for the company by the end of 2020, according to slides of a presentation from the JP Morgan Healthcare conference seen by TechCrunch. Those figures, based on the open-enrollment period that just closed, would represent 50% growth both in membership and revenue for the healthcare p...
Tags: Health, Startups, TC, New York, Tech, New Jersey, Cigna, Oscar, Health Insurance, Thrive Capital, Trump, Cleveland Clinic, Medicare Advantage, Dallas Fort Worth, Mario Schlosser, Josh Kushner


Plug-in and sail: Meet the electric ferry pioneers

Battery powered ferries are becoming bigger and are sailing further, but they are still expensive.
Tags: Tech


Create Gmail Labels with the Gmail API

You can create labels or folders in Gmail programmatically with the Gmail API. The GmailApp service of Google Apps Script includes the GmailApp.createLabel() method to quickly create new labels but one downside is that this method doesn’t return the internal id of the Gmail Label.The Gmail Label Id is required if you wish to apply that label to multiple Gmail threads in one go. Thus we are using the advanced Gmail service available inside Google Scripts to create Gmail Labels. const createGma...
Tags: Google, Gmail, Seo, Google Apps Script


Convert a Google Document into an EPUB File

With Google Documents, you can easily save any document into an ePub file in the browser. Just open any document inside the Google Documents web editor and choose File > Download > EPUB from the menu to convert the file.If you have bunch of documents in your Google Drive, converting them to EPUB format manually would be a tedious task and that’s where Apps Script can help. function convertDocToEPUB ( ) { // Get the currently opened document var document = DocumentApp . get...
Tags: Google, Google Drive, Seo, Google Docs, Epub, Google Apps Script, Google Drive Advanced Service


Alert Warning of 'Emergency' at Canadian Nuclear Plant Sent by Mistake, Officials Say

Canadian officials have demanded an explanation after an inaccurate alert was sent out to cell phones stating staff were responding to an incident at Pickering Nuclear Generating Station near Toronto on Sunday, the BBC reported.Read more...
Tags: Energy, Science, Technology, Toronto, Bbc, Canada, Nuclear Power, Nuclear, Whoops, Emergency Alert System, Pickering Nuclear Generating Station


With the PlayStation 5 scheduled to launch this holiday, Sony is skipping the biggest game show of the year once again (SNE)

Sony Interactive Entertainment, the division behind PlayStation, "has decided not to participate in E3 2020." With the expected launch of the PlayStation 5 later this year, the company's decision to skip E3 marks the end of an era: Sony has used the event to announce key details of every new model of PlayStation. While Sony has confirmed that it will play PlayStation 4 titles, and have a solid-state hard drive, we still don't know what the PlayStation 5 will look like or what it will cost. Pl...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Esa, Sony, E3, Kotaku, Entertainment Software Association, Sony Interactive Entertainment, Jason Schreier, Mat Piscatella


How To Beat South Korea's AI Hiring Bots and Land a Job

As Korean firms start using AI to help hire new employees, students are going to school to learn how to beat the bots. Reuters reports: From his basement office in downtown Gangnam, careers consultant Park Seong-jung is among those in a growing business of offering lessons in handling recruitment screening by computers, not people. Video interviews using facial recognition technology to analyze character are key, according to Park. "Don't force a smile with your lips," he told students looking f...
Tags: South Korea, Tech, Reuters, SK Innovation, Hyundai Engineering Construction, Park Don, Park s People People, Korea Economic Research Institute KERI


Purplebricks’ market share ceiling comes into view

Purplebricks’ H1 2020 financial results highlight a business whose growth has clearly plateaued and reached maturity in the U.K. However, the company appears to have reached peak efficiency, putting a ceiling on its future growth prospects.
Tags: Technology, Data, Radio, Profits, Purplebricks, iBuyer, MLS & Associations, Purplebricks UK


Samsung's Removable-Battery Smartphone Is Coming To the US For $499

PolygamousRanchKid shares a report from The Verge: We've already seen Samsung's new rugged smartphone with a removable battery, the Galaxy XCover Pro, because the company revealed it on its Finnish website before taking it down. Today, though, the company is officially announcing the phone and that it's coming to the U.S. for $499. For that price, you're getting a phone with a swappable battery that's a meaty 4,050mAh, and the phone even supports 15W fast charging, as well as with special docks ...
Tags: US, Samsung, Tech


Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra to sport 108MP camera, 1.5TB of storage

Is Samsung gearing up for a battle of the best mobile camera next month?
Tags: Android, Mobile, News, Samsung, Trends, Samsung Galaxy, Ultra, Galaxy S20



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