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Facebook Would Have To Pay $3.50 Per Month To US Users For Sharing Contact Info, Study Finds

German Facebook users would want the social media platform to pay them about $8 per month for sharing their contact information, while U.S. users would only seek $3.50, according to a study of how people in various countries value their private information. From a report: The study by U.S. based think tank the Technology Policy Institute (TPI) is the first that attempts to quantify the value of online privacy and data. It assessed how much privacy is worth in six countries by looking at the habi...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Youtube, US, Tech, Argentina, Reuters, Facebook Inc, TPI, Technology Policy Institute TPI, United States Germany Mexico Brazil Columbia, Scott Wallsten


Andreessen Horowitz has backed Run The World, a startup with a timely offering: live online events

Every day, there’s another event-related cancellation owing to concern around the coronavirus. Just today Microsoft announced it will not have a presence at the Game Developers Conference in mid-March “out of an abundance of caution.” Facebook also said today that it is canceling its annual F8 conference scheduled for May over coronavirus-outbreak concerns. The last is a particularly big deal. F8 is by far the largest event that Facebook hosts every year, so it’s little wonder that it plans to h...
Tags: TC, Mobile, Facebook, Video, Instagram, Microsoft, Social Networking, Stanford, China, Events, Tech, Taiwan, World, Chicago, Dubai, Venture Capital


Redmi Note 8 MIUI Software Update Tracker [Update: MIUI 11.0.3.0 Stable Update with January Security Patch]

Xiaomi launched the Redmi Note 8 smartphone in India running MIUI 10.3 Global Stable on top of Android 9.0 (Pie). Xiaomi doesn’t follow any fixed update frequency for the MIUI Global Stable ROM but on average, the Global Stable ROM is updated once in a month. This post will help our readers in keeping track of MIUI updates for Redmi Note 8 (codename ‘ginkgo’), also check out our Redmi Note 8 content, Redmi Note 8 vs Redmi Note 7 Pro: The best Redmi Note at under 12k? Android 10 based Der...
Tags: India, Blogging, Xiaomi, MIUI, Pie Xiaomi, Update Tracker, Ginkgo Android 10, Redmi Note 8 Android 10, Redmi Note 8 MIUI 11, Redmi Note 8 Pro MIUI Update, PCOINXM, Redmi Note 8 Android Q, Willow Android 10, DerpFest ROM for Redmi Note


Auction of early Apple memorabilia owned by the company's original product design engineer

Jerrold C. Manock, Apple employee #246, is auctioning off his personal collection of Apple memorabilia and historical items. Manock started at Apple in 1979 and led the industrial design of the Apple II and the first Macintosh among other products. Along with Manock's offerings like the Steve Jobs-signed contract for the Apple II project, a 1983 Mac 128k with an "in appreciation" plaque, and Apple beach towels, the auction includes other people's items like a working Apple-1. Online bidding is...
Tags: Apple, Post, News, Steve Jobs, Auctions, Manock, Bid Different, Jerrold C Manock Apple


Ancient animistic beliefs live on in our intimacy with tech

When Alexa replied to my question about the weather by tacking on 'Have a nice day,' I immediately shot back 'You too,' and then stared into space, slightly embarrassed. I also found myself spontaneously shouting words of encouragement to 'Robbie' my Roomba vacuum as I saw him passing down the hallway. And recently in Berkeley, California, a group of us on the sidewalk gathered around a cute four-wheeled KiwiBot – an autonomous food-delivery robot waiting for the traffic light to change. Some of...
Tags: Psychology, Amazon, Asia, Technology, Germany, Africa, Siri, Compassion, Tom Hanks, Robots, Innovation, New Orleans, Cambodia, Emotions, Ibm, Watson


Here's why investors are pouring millions into Amazon-focused startups even as adtech funding dries up

Two Amazon-focused startups — Teikametrics and etailz — recently announced funding rounds of $15 million and $25 million, respectively. The raises show how investors are funding companies that focus on e-commerce advertising even as funding for adtech and media companies dries up. These startups are pitching their ability to crack into Walmart's e-commerce platform and building tools to help sellers with pricing and inventory challenges. They see a chance to help sellers who are finding it har...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Boston, Trends, Walmart, Louisiana, Razer, Emarketer, Shea, Chopra, Eric Franchi, Clarks, John O Shea, Beyond Amazon, Amazon Last, Walmart eBay


Apple iOS devices could get over-the-air OS recovery soon

Based on code found iOS 13.4 beta, Apple may be testing a method of recovery for iOS based devices via the internet. This will reduce the dependance on devices such as the iPhone, iPad and others on the Mac or PC for restoring its firmware. At the moment, when these devices require an OS restore, users will need to connect it to a Mac or PC to download the device's firmware. Other devices like the HomePod or Apple Watch do not even have physical connectors to be able to perform a restore by...
Tags: Apple, News, Blogging, Apple iOS OTA OS recovery


The world's biggest iPhone maker has hired the scientist known as the 'SARS hero' to oversee its reopening as it resumes production

Apple's main manufacturing partner, Foxconn, just hired the head of China's coronavirus investigation as an adviser.
Tags: Apple, News, China, Foxconn


How to block emails on Gmail and report them to avoid spam and potential phishing

You can block emails on Gmail manually if your spam folder isn't catching all of the junk emails in your inbox. You can also report emails as spam to help Google learn — or, if you're on your desktop, as phishing — if emails seem like a scam to get your money or information. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Perhaps the greatest plague of having an email address is the ridiculous numbers of spam emails that are sent out every day. Your spam folder is supposed to catch them,...
Tags: Google, Trends, Best Buy Samsung, Best Buy Microsoft


Court Says Removing a Police GPS Tracker From Your Car Isn't Theft

Karl Bode, reporting for Vice: Back in 2012, the US Supreme Court declared it was illegal for law enforcement to attach a GPS tracker to a suspect's car without first getting a warrant. But in 2018, cops in Indiana charged a suspected drug dealer with theft after he removed such a tracking device from his SUV, triggering a legal debate over whether you can legally remove such devices. As it turns out, you most assuredly can. A new unanimous ruling from the Indiana Supreme Court has declared that...
Tags: US, Tech, Indiana, US supreme court, Indiana Supreme Court, Karl Bode, Heuring, Derek Heuring, Warrick County Indiana Sheriff s Office


$1.5 billion productivity software startup Asana is moving into helping salespeople do their jobs, ahead of a planned direct listing

On Thursday, the $1.5 billion project management software startup Asana launched new products for operations, sales, and account management teams. Earlier this month, Asana announced that it filed to go public with a direct listing — an alternative to a traditional IPO in which companies like Slack and Spotify have turned. Asana has been focusing on building software for specific teams and industries as it goes after bigger customers. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The $1...
Tags: Apple, Spotify, Trends, SEC, Louisiana, Swift, Hood, Slack, Asana, Jira, Microsoft Power BI, Chris Lattner, Tableau Microsoft, Alex Hood, Jira Cloud Salesforce, Asana Hood


L’eggo My Ego! Ten Ego Needs That Squelch A Leader’s Influence

by Karen McGregor, author of “The Tao of Influence: Ancient Wisdom for Modern Leaders and Entrepreneurs“ If you’re a leader, everything you say and do is amplified. Others in the company take a cue from your behavior. When you inspire others, help employees grow, and keep people connected to their passion and purpose, performance soars. When you micromanage employees, steamroll over everyone, or focus on what you can “get” from others rather than how you can serve them, performance withers. Thi...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Leadership, Karen, Professionalisms, Leading People, Karen McGregor, Tony Robbins John Gray Deepak Chopra


The wildly popular simulation game 'Plague Inc' has been pulled from the iPhone's Chinese app store amid the ongoing coronavirus crisis in China (AAPL)

A long-running, wildly popular game that simulates a worldwide pandemic was just pulled from Apple's iPhone app store in China. The game's use spiked in China after the coronavirus outbreak, and it reached the top spot on Apple's App Store charts as a result. The game's maker says it doesn't know why the game was pulled. "It's not clear to us if this removal is linked to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak that China is facing," a statement from Ndemic Creations says. Visit Business Insider's hom...
Tags: Apple, Cdc, China, Trends, Ndemic Creations, Plague Inc, Cyberspace Administration of China, However Plague Inc, China Since Plague Inc


Daily Crunch: DoorDash files to go public

DoorDash prepares to go public, Roblox raises $150 million and Reddit’s CEO takes aim at TikTok. Here’s your Daily Crunch for February 27, 2020. 1. DoorDash, the $13B on-demand food delivery startup, says it has confidentially filed for an IPO The company said that its Form S-1 (a draft registration statement) was filed with the SEC and is now being reviewed. It did not say how many shares it would potentially sell, nor the price range for the IPO, nor what the timing of its next steps would ...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Ecommerce, Finance, Ipo, India, US, Tech, Reddit, SEC, Silicon Valley, Minecraft, Andreessen Horowitz, Donald Trump, Latin America, Steve Huffman


People are turning to Etsy for coronavirus-proof face masks, but it seems to be full of counterfeit antiviral gear that doesn't work

The demand for face masks and other preventive products have reached a fever pitch due to the coronavirus outbreak, and many are turning to e-commerce sites to make purchases. So many people are turning to Etsy that "face masks for germs" became one of the top searches, and more than 200 postings for face masks have sprung up in the past two days. Even as sites like Facebook and Amazon have added links and resources for learning more about COVID-19, Etsy has stayed quiet on any precautionary o...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Etsy, Cdc, Trends, Beverly Hills, Jeff Bezos, Amazon Facebook, Etsy With, Center of Disease Control


Bernie Sanders Time as an Educational Filmmaker: Watch His Documentary on Socialist Activist Eugene V. Debs (1979)

If you grew up in the United States of America, you'll remember the name Eugene V. Debs from history class. And if you grew up during a certain era in the United States of America, you might have learned about Debs from Bernie Sanders. Try to recall one of Debs' speeches; if you hear it in Sanders' distinctive Brooklyn accent, you have at some point or another seen Eugene V. Debs: Trade Unionist, Socialist, Revolutionary. A film-strip slideshow with an accompanying audio track, it came o...
Tags: Google, Politics, Film, Washington Post, College, America, History, Brooklyn, United States, Albert Einstein, Seoul, Vermont, Bernie Sanders, Sanders, United States of America, Taft


The B2B Marketer’s Journey To Experiential Content at #B2BMX

What makes an experience an... ? Full disclosure: I am not on the design team at TopRank Marketing. But you know what I mean. You’ve eaten dinner at dozens, if not hundreds of restaurants in your lifetime. But there are likely one or two that stick out in your memory. What makes them memorable? That question drove an intriguing presentation at B2B Marketing Exchange, led by four expert marketers: Ryan Brown , Ceros Darius Eslami , Carbon Black Paige Gildner , Bluecor...
Tags: Google, Seo, B2b Marketing, Content Marketing, Bluecore, Interactive Marketing, Ryan, Paige, Shannon, Sharon, Cheesecake Factory, TopRank, Carbon Black, Darius, Ryan Brown, CEROS


From Salesforce to Disney, it's hard for some CEOs to say goodbye

Welcome to this week's edition of Trending, the newsletter where we highlight BI Prime's biggest tech stories. I'm Alexei Oreskovic, Business Insider's West Coast bureau chief and global tech editor. If this is your first time here, this is how you can get Trending in your inbox every week. This week: From the tower of Salesforce to the kingdom of magic, change is in the air Did someone make Tuesday the official day of CEO goodbyes? Within the span of minutes after the markets closed on Tuesda...
Tags: Amazon, New York, Microsoft, Satya Nadella, Disney, Trends, Linkedin, Tech, Walmart, Chicago, Bill Gates, Larry Ellison, Michael Dell, Dell, Iger, WeWork


Apple Bans Bad Guys From Using iPhones in Movies, Says Knives Out Director

Apple rules over its brand image with an iron fist—and that extends to the silver screen. In a Vanity Fair interview, Knives Out and The Last Jedi director Rian Johnson revealed that Apple won’t let villains and bad guys use iPhones onscreen. An interesting tidbit, but one that has the potential to spoil mystery…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Iphones, Vanity Fair, Rian Johnson, Knives Out


This collectible retro voice recorder has been handcrafted from sustainable wood!

In an era of modern innovations and upgrades, BrandNewNoise has come up with a wooden voice recorder that looks like it’s straight out of the 70s! Loopy Lou is a retro voice recorder that has been handcrafted from sustainable wood in Brooklyn, New York. The eccentric recorder can record only 30 seconds of audio, owing to its built-in microphone. With two little turntables for eyes, a round silver knob for pitch control, a loop switch and a 1/8th output, it’s a completely analog experience of r...
Tags: Design, Technology, Audio, Product Design, Brooklyn New York, Lou, Voice Recorder, AR / VR, Brandnewnoise, Loopy Lou


No Email. No WhatsApp. No Internet. This Is Now Normal Life In Kashmir.

Normal life has ground to a halt in the disputed Himalayan region as businesses lay off workers, hospitals struggle to care for patients, and ordinary people despair. Pranav Dixit, reporting for BuzzFeed News: Since August 5, Indian authorities have kept the people of Kashmir in a digital blackout, restricting most internet access. At 205 days and counting, it's the longest-running internet shutdown in any democracy so far, seven months in March. That means no email. No WhatsApp. No maps. And no...
Tags: Tech, Kashmir, Pranav Dixit


SXSW Pitch Finalist: Passbase

Passbase Co-Founders: Felix Gerlach, Mathias Klenk and Dave McGibbon The Forrest Four-Cast: February 26, 2020 Passbase is tackling a huge and essential challenge: how to build a secure, private, and convenient digital world.One of 50 finalists for SXSW Pitch 2020, Passbase is an off-the-shelf identity verification solution that allows developers, with just a few lines of code, to confirm the identity of users through a combination of liveness detection, one-to-one facial comparison, and foren...
Tags: Google, Startups, New York, Enterprise, Labor, Startup, Data, Earth, Mars, Bob, Musk, Sxsw, Trump, Robert Reich, Hugh Forrest, Tim Urban


Elektron’s Model:Cycles, revealed – so it’s Model:Samples, but FM

Elektron’s Model:Cycles is revealed, and – it’s exactly the structure, form factor, and UI of the Model:Samples, but with FM synthesis. As Elektron puts it, “scale angles dense and jagged, glide over plains vast and fluid, or sink into mists of dissonance. To model is to shape the formless.” Uh, yeah. FM synthesis. Turn knobs, get crazy sounds. On the Cycles, this is divided into dedicated FM engines – Kick, Snare, Metal, Per, Tone, and Chord. (See videos below.) And the pri...
Tags: Music, Hardware, Tech, Gear, Stories, Fm, Korg, Andreas, Elektron, Novation Circuit


LinkedIn Tests Snapchat-like Stories

If you thought LinkedIn had already reached peak undesirability, you were wrong: the company is now planning to add Snapchat-style Stories to its platform. From a report: Yes, the business-focused networking app that fills your inbox with recruiter and PR spam may be getting Stories. Social media users have been suffering from Stories exhaustion for years at this point. It's a feature that works great for its pioneer, Snapchat, and for Instagram... and pretty much nothing else -- I mean, have yo...
Tags: Instagram, Tech, Facebook Story


Newlab and The Boston Globe team up to launch AI tools startup Applied XLabs

Applied XLabs is a new startup building tools that can automate data-gathering for journalists — and eventually, for knowledge workers in other industries. The company is emerging from Brooklyn-based Newlab, with The Boston Globe as its launch partner. It will be led by Francesco Marconi (pictured above), who was previously R&D chief at The Wall Street Journal and head of AI strategy at the Associated Press. Marconi told me that there’s a tremendous amount of data out there that could be useful ...
Tags: Startups, Media, Navy, Tech, Brooklyn, Salesforce, Globe, Wall Street Journal, Rhode Island, Eric Eldon, The Boston Globe, Francesco Marconi, Marconi, Mehra, New Lab, Applied Xlabs


The 2020 iPad Pro may have an iPhone-style 3-lens camera… Is Apple’s brand of innovation predictable?

Let’s for a second look past these renders and consider the place they come from. Created by Steve H. McFly (better known by his Twitter moniker OnLeaks), these are the renders that best describe what the upcoming iPad Pro may look like. The tablet is due for a version update in Apple’s springtime keynote in 2020, and these renders are a result of informed insider leaks… they aren’t a fan-made concept like the circular Apple Smartwatch we covered a few days ago.Over the past few years, these lea...
Tags: Apple, Gadgets, Design, Cook, China, Tim Cook, Editorial, Ipad Pro, Product Design, China Apple, Onleaks, YD Talks, Steve H McFly, iGeeksBlog


Judith Butler on Nonviolence and Gender: Hear Conversation with The Partially Examined Life

http://podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/partiallyexaminedlife/PEL_ep_236_2-9-20.mp3 A new Partially Examined Life interview with Judith Butler, Maxine Elliot Professor of Comparative Literature at UC Berkeley, discusses the ethics and psychology of nonviolence. This follows a three-part treatment on the podcast of her earlier work. For a first-hand account of her new book, you can watch two 2016 lectures that she gave at UC Berkeley on early versions of the text:Watch on YouTu...
Tags: Google, Podcasts, College, Brazil, Philosophy, UC Berkeley, Facebook Twitter, Butler, Gandhi, Hansen, Simone de Beauvoir, Judith Butler, Kwame Anthony Appiah, YouTube Watch, Coleman Hughes, Charles Mills


How to connect your Apple TV device to Wi-Fi to stream video and use apps

You need to connect your Apple TV to Wi-Fi in order to stream movies and shows and use apps. To connect an Apple TV to Wi-Fi, you'll need to head to your Network settings menu. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Your Apple TV will turn on without an internet connection, but it needs the internet to use any streaming app. You can use an ethernet cable, but running a wire all the way from your router to your TV and Apple TV can be troublesome. In this case, you might want to us...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Wi Fi networks Click


The Smithsonian Puts 2.8 Million High-Res Images Online and Into the Public Domain

No matter how many public institutions you visit in a day—schools, libraries, museums, or the dreaded DMV—you may still feel like privatized services are closing in. And if you’re a fan of national parks and public lands, you’re keenly aware they’re at risk of being eaten up by developers and energy companies. The commons are shrinking, a tragic fact that is hardly inevitable but, as Matto Mildenberger argues at Scientific American, the result of some very narrow ideas. But we can take h...
Tags: Google, Art, Photography, Education, College, History, Museums, Libraries, DMV, Smithsonian, Pocahontas, Library Of Congress, First Time, Public Domain, Facebook Twitter, Josh Jones


Microsoft saw $62 billion of market value erased after it said coronavirus will hit profits this year. Here are 6 other companies that have issued similar warnings — and how much they've lost (MSFT)

Several companies have lowered or withdrawn their forward-looking revenue estimates as the coronavirus tears into operations. Microsoft was the most recent to warn investors of the outbreak's effect on financials, announcing Wednesday its Windows and Surface businesses would see worse-than-expected sales due to supply chain disruption. The announcement drove Microsoft stock down as much as 4.8% in Thursday trading, wiping out as much as $62 billion in market value. Here are six industry leader...
Tags: Apple, Asia, Microsoft, China, Southeast Asia, US, Trends, Treasury, Janet Yellen, Goldman Sachs, Federal Reserve, Pacific, Coca Cola, United Airlines, Mastercard, Royal Caribbean



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