Field Salad, Kohlrabi and Apple Salad with Minty Poppy seed Dressing

We really enjoyed this lovely fresh minty salad. You could use any salad greens that you prefer, the crunchy kohlrabi and apple give a great texture and then minty dressing is delicious. Serving Size: 4 Ingredients: 3-4 cups field salad (lambs quarters, mache), cleaned 1 kohlrabi, peeled and cut into matchstick sized pieces 1 large organic apple, cored and cut into thin slices for the dressing: ½ cup soy yogurt 1-2 tablespoons chamomile syrup or other sweet syrup 2 tablespoons white wine or ...
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Canadian Genetic Non-Discrimination Act Upheld

Long-time Slashdot reader kartis writes: Canada's Supreme Court upheld the Genetic Non-Discrimination Act (GINA) which prohibits under criminal penalty, employers or insurers from demanding or using genetic information. This was a result of a private member's bill in Parliament, which meant it passed without the government's support, and in fact both the Federal government and Quebec government (which had gotten it declared unconstitutional as outside federal powers) argued that it extended crim...
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Les mondes virtuels l’avenir du travail après le confinement ?

Cet article s’interroge sur les nouveaux modes de travail virtuel, qui ont connu un regain d’attention lors du confinement. Quels sont leurs bénéfices sur notre mode de vie? Quels impacts peuvent-ils avoir sur notre société à long terme? Sont-ils si différents de ceux que nous connaissons? [Author: [email protected] (IEET)]
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Police Surveilled Protests With Help From Twitter-Affiliated Startup Dataminr

An anonymous reader quotes a report from The Intercept: Leveraging close ties to Twitter, controversial artificial intelligence startup Dataminr helped law enforcement digitally monitor the protests that swept the country following the killing of George Floyd, tipping off police to social media posts with the latest whereabouts and actions of demonstrators, according to documents reviewed by The Intercept and a source with direct knowledge of the matter. The monitoring seems at odds with claims ...
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Charter's Hidden 'Broadcast TV' Fee Now Adds $197 a Year To Cable Bills

Charter is raising the "Broadcast TV" fee it imposes on cable plans from $13.50 to $16.45 a month starting in August. "Charter has raised the fee repeatedly -- it stood at $9.95 in early 2019 before a series of price increases," reports Ars Technica. "It $16.45 a month, the fee will cost customers an additional $197.40 per year." From the report: Charter says the Broadcast TV fee covers the amount it pays broadcast television stations (e.g. affiliates of CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox) for the right to ...
Tags: Tech, Fox, Charter, Cap, Broadcast TV, CBS NBC ABC, Stop the Cap, Broadcast TV Service Charge, Comcast s Broadcast TV

Tyson Bets On Robots To Tackle Meat Industry's Worker Shortage

At Tyson's 26,000-square-foot, multi-million dollar Manufacturing Automation Center near its headquarters in Springdale, Arkansas, the company will apply the latest advances in machine learning to meat manufacturing, with the goal of eventually eliminating jobs that can be physically demanding, highly repetitive and at times dangerous. Bloomberg reports: Advances in technology are making it possible to make strides in automation. For example, machine vision is now accurate and speedy enough to a...
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The Uncertain Future of Ham Radio

Julianne Pepitone from IEEE Spectrum writes about the uncertain future of ham radio. An anonymous reader shares an excerpt: Will the amateur airwaves fall silent? Since the dawn of radio, amateur operators -- hams -- have transmitted on tenaciously guarded slices of spectrum. Electronic engineering has benefited tremendously from their activity, from the level of the individual engineer to the entire field. But the rise of the Internet in the 1990s, with its ability to easily connect billions of...
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Apple Supplier Foxconn To Invest $1 Billion In India

Foxconn plans to invest up to $1 billion to expand a factory in southern India where the Taiwanese contract manufacturer assembles Apple iPhones. Fox Business reports: The move, the scale of which has not previously been reported, is part of a quiet and gradual production shift by Apple away from China as it navigates disruptions from a trade war between Beijing and Washington and the coronavirus crisis. "There's a strong request from Apple to its clients to move part of the iPhone production ou...
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Weekend reading: Corona-crisis, round two

What caught my eye this week. T he US may be about to see another surge in Covid-19 deaths. This is clearly tragic from a human perspective. We might also wonder what it will do to the market. I’ve been pretty relaxed about the UK’s de-lockdown. Daily cases have steadily fallen, contrary to – soon forgotten – warnings at every stage that we were moving too fast. Indeed it was probably only around 4 July that we went much past where I’d have set the limits for the actual lockdown! Albeit partly...
Tags: Google, Hong Kong, Japan, UK, John Lewis, New York, London, Obama, Australia, Marketing, US, America, Bbc, Gmo, Britain, Yale

Daily Crunch: Rackspace is going public again

We look at Rackspace’s finances, a Facebook code change causes numerous app issues and electric vehicle company Rivian raises $2.5 billion. Here’s your Daily Crunch for July 10, 2020. The big story: Rackspace is going public again The cloud computing company first went public in 2008, before accepting a $4.3 billion offer to go private from Apollo Global Management. Rackspace says it will use the proceeds from the IPO to lower its debt load. Alex Wilhelm took a deep dive into Rackspace’s fi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Japan, Enterprise, California, India, Tech, Nasa, Silicon Valley, Waze, Rackspace, Klook, Alex Wilhelm, Ming Chi Kuo

Google Might Try to Save Its Fitbit Deal From EU Regulators By Promising Not to Use Health Data for Ads

European regulators are examining Google’s deal to acquire Fitbit, even seeking perspective from healthcare providers and the company’s rival wearable device makers. This appears to be making Google sweat a little bit, according to a Reuters report, because the company may be planning to offer a binding pledge not to…Read more...
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Facebook Considers Political-Ad Blackout Ahead of US Election

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Bloomberg: Facebook is considering imposing a ban on political ads on its social network in the days leading up to the U.S. election in November, according to people familiar with the company's thinking. The potential ban is still only being discussed and hasn't yet been finalized, said the people, who asked not to be named talking about internal policies. A halt on ads could serve as a defense against misleading election-related content spreading widely ...
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Apple Acquires Jake Gyllenhaal Graphic Novel Adaptation ‘Snow Blind’

Apple Studios has acquired the rights to adapt the thriller “Snow Blind,” a thriller based on a graphic novel of the same name that will star Jake Gyllenhaal, an individual with knowledge of the project told TheWrap.Gustav Möller (“The Guilty”) will direct the film based on the story by Ollie Masters and published by BOOM! Studios in 2017. Patrick Ness (“A Monster Calls,” “Chaos Walking”) is writing the screenplay.“Snow Blind” tells the story of a high school student in Alaska whose life is turn...
Tags: Apple, News, Entertainment, Fbi, Jake Gyllenhaal, Alaska, Leonardo Dicaprio, Will Smith, UTA, Martin Scorsese, Antoine Fuqua, Patrick Ness, Yuba County, BOOM Studios, Zack Van Amburg, Witness Protection Program

Google open sources trademarks with the Open Usage Commons

In a somewhat confusing move, Google is placing three of its open-source projects[he]#039[/he] trademarks under its new Open Usage Commons.
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Apple, Amazon and Microsoft Close to Passing Aramco for Most Valuable and Bezos Nearing $200 Billion

Apple, Microsoft and Amazon are close to passing Saudi Aramco for the most valuable company in the world. Aramco is valued at $1.72 trillion Apple is valued at $1.66 trillion Microsoft is at $1.62... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Android 10 Had the Fastest Adoption Rate of Any Version of Android Yet

Google announced that Android is seeing the fastest adoption rates of any version of Android. The Verge reports: According to Google, Android 10 was installed on 100 million devices five months after its launch in September 2019 â" 28 percent faster than it took the company to reach a similar milestone for Android Pie. Google credits the faster adoption rate to improvements the company has been making over the years, like Android Oreo's Project Treble and Android 10's Project Mainline, which mak...
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Former Oracle cloud skeptics say its newly launched product is 'significant and important' to the market — and shows that it's becoming a more viable Amazon Web Services competitor

Earlier this week, Larry Ellison launched a version of Oracle's cloud that can run in a customer's own data centers.  This new product will present a competitive threat to a similar product from Amazon Web Services called Outposts. AWS is one of Oracle's chief rivals in the cloud market.   It could help Oracle capture a very lucrative segment of the cloud market before AWS, Microsoft or Google can. The product is good and costs less than competitors, analysts say. Even a former skeptic who use...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, Larry Ellison, Gartner, Aws, Ellison, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, Larry, Wang, OCI, Ray Wang, Google Cloud, Leong, Lydia Leong

Coronavirus: How can we make post-pandemic cities smarter?

Will the "anthropause" brought on by lockdowns make our cities greener, cleaner and quieter in future?
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Google Bans Stalkerware Ads

Google announced plans this week to ban ads that promote stalkerware, spyware, and other forms of surveillance technology that can be used to track other persons without their specific consent. From a report: The change was announced this week as part of an upcoming update to Google Ads policies, set to enter into effect next month, on August 11, 2020. Examples of products and services that advertisers won't be able to promote via Google Ads anymore include: 1. Spyware and technology used for ...
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Amazon Delays Next Video Game Half a Year After Latest One Flops

Following scathing reviews of a computer game it released in May, is delaying its next big-budget game by at least six months. From a report: The decision represents another setback for the technology giant's ambitions to break into the gaming industry. The next game, New World, was supposed to debut in late August but is now scheduled for spring 2021, Rich Lawrence, director of Amazon's game studio, wrote in a blog post Friday. The company wants extra time to implement changes sugges...
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CBP says it’s ‘unrealistic’ for Americans to avoid its license plate surveillance

U.S. Customs and Border Protection has admitted that there is no practical way for Americans to avoid having their movements tracked by its license plate readers, according to its latest privacy assessment. CBP published its new assessment — three years after its first — to notify the public that it plans to tap into a commercial database, which aggregates license plate data from both private and public sources, as part of its border enforcement efforts. The U.S. has a massive network of lice...
Tags: Security, Privacy, Tech, Surveillance, Law Enforcement, United States, National Security, CBP, Prevention, U S Customs, Border Protection, Optical Character Recognition, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, Perceptics, Perceptics Police

These lawnmowers are off to the races, and it’s going to take a while to reach the checkered flag

It’s 2,800 miles from Moorpark to New York City and six teams are competing to see who can get across America first and win up to $100,000.” But it’s going to be a long, grueling and really, really, painfully slow race because the top speed for these competitors reaches barely above turtle pace as they all ride 17.5 horsepower Craftsman T110 lawnmowers that top out at 5.5 miles per hour. And speed isn’t going to be the only thing lacking since the racers won’t have any money for gas, food or she...
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Amazon told employees to delete TikTok from their phones — then walked back the policy and said it was an 'error' (AMZN)

Amazon told employees in an email on Friday that they had to delete TikTok from phones they use to access their work email because of "security risks," The New York Times reported. But Amazon walked that policy back in a statement Friday, saying it was sent to some employees in "error" and that employees don't have to delete TikTok. TikTok's data-collection practices have come under scrutiny from US lawmakers. While the app collects the same type of data that most apps collect, critics have po...
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Google’s Fitbit deal could avoid EU antitrust probe by agreeing not to use health data for ads

Google announced its plans to acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion back in November. As of this writing, the deal has yet to go through, courtesy of all the usual regulatory scrutiny that occurs any time one large company buys another. EU regulators are often a key hurdle for these sorts of deals, and this time it may be no different. Citing “people familiar with the matter,” Reuters notes that Google may be facing down some scrutiny in the form of an EU antitrust investigation if it doesn’t make...
Tags: Health, Google, Wearables, Hardware, Privacy, Tech, Eu, Virtual Reality, Fitbit, Huawei, Reuters, Rick Osterloh, Apple Xiaomi

Google's biggest smart display is a perfect household companion for casual music listening, kitchen recipes, and Google Assistant smart home control

  Google Assistant is an incredibly powerful smart home platform, but if you've only ever used it on a speaker, you may not be getting the most out of it. A smart display solves that, allowing users to take advantage of the visual aspects of Google Assistant, while easily controlling smart home devices and more. The Nest Hub Max may be a little pricey at $229.99, but if you want a big-screen Google Assistant experience in this price range, it's the way to go. Table of Contents Smart spe...
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Apple Advises Against MacBook Camera Covers Due To Display Cracking

Apple, in a new support document, is warning users against closing their MacBook lids with a cover over the camera. From a report: Placing a cover, sticker or tape over a laptop camera is a practice adopted by some privacy- and security-conscious individuals to protect against webcam hijacking. Now, however, Apple is explicitly advising against the tactic. In a support document published earlier in July, Apple urges users not to close their MacBook Pro or MacBook Air lids if there's a camera cov...
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How to create a new notebook in your Microsoft OneNote app

To create a new notebook in OneNote, click the list of notebooks already in OneNote and then click "Add Notebook." OneNote creates your first notebook for you automatically when you set up the program. If you have an older version of OneNote, you can find the new notebook controls in the File menu.  OneNote uses the concept of "notebooks," which you can use to create note-based files and keep your information organized.   Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. OneN...
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iOS 14: How to Use Picture in Picture Mode on iPhone

With iOS 13, Apple added a Picture in Picture Mode to the iPad, and with iOS 14, that Picture in Picture functionality is available for the iPhone too, letting users do things like watch videos and take FaceTime calls while doing other things on their device. This guide covers everything that you need to know about using Picture in Picture on the ‌iPhone‌. Using Picture in Picture With Apps Picture in Picture works with apps that play video content, but when it comes to third-party apps, ...
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Signal's New PIN Feature Worries Cybersecurity Experts

Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai, writing for Vice: Ever since NSA leaker Edward Snowden said "use Signal, use Tor," the end-to-end encrypted chat app has been a favorite of people who care about privacy and need a chat and calling app that is hard to spy on. One of the reasons security experts recommended Signal is because the app's developers collected -- and thus retained -- almost no information about its users. This means that, if subpoenaed by law enforcement, Signal would have essentially no...
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