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OZY Fest and the New York Triathlon were canceled and cooling centers were opened as New Yorkers braced for a brutal weekend.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: weather, temperature, new york city triathlon, consolidated edison inc, national weather service, new york city

Photos capture how dangerously hot it was this weekend across the country.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: weather, temperature, national weather service, united states, heat wave

Evidence of concern about demographic and cultural shifts is not new. What’s different is the willingness to politicize it openly.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: trump, donald j, race and ethnicity, polls and public opinion, anger (emotion), republican party, voting and voters, presidential election of 2020

Cast as something between the Kennedys and the Kardashians, the relatives of the pro-Brexit juggernaut likely to become the next U.K. prime minister don’t always share his views.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: great britain withdrawal from eu (brexit), politics and government, referendums

Until the Apollo 11 mission, my family didn’t have a television. Then, for one weekend, we joined the rest of Planet Earth.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: apollo project, moon, nineteen hundred sixties, television, space and astronomy, new jersey, your-feed-science



Jessica Wade has added nearly 700 Wikipedia biographies for important female and minority scientists in less than two years.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: women and girls, physics, education (k-12), wikipedia, wikimedia foundation, curie, marie, wade, jessica (1988- )

Mr. Pelli, whose many distinctive projects include the Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia, tried to reconcile modernism with his interest in shape, texture and the architecture of the past.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: architecture, design, balmori, diana (1932-2016), restoration and renovation, cesar pelli, deaths (obituaries), yale university

Since well before setting off a furor by telling four Democratic lawmakers of color to “go back” to their home countries, President Trump has sought to turn racial divisions to his advantage.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: discrimination, race and ethnicity, trump, donald j, the apprentice (tv program)


A long-defunct Cold War group has come back to life to warn of the dangers of China. They also risk triggering a new Red Scare.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: united states international relations, economic conditions and trends, defense and military forces, international trade and world market, united states economy, chinese-americans, cold war era, customs (tariff)

Plus, the fight for a $15 minimum wage and a Russian viral app that may be dangerous. (It’s not. It just makes you look older.)

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: gross domestic product, minimum wage, great britain withdrawal from eu (brexit), commerce department, facebook inc, federal reserve system, netflix inc, walt disney company, at&t inc


Make stunning desktop and mobile sites, whether you're a seasoned developer or a complete beginner.

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With less than 1 percent of registered voters making a consequential decision at a critical time, many are questioning the foundations of their democracy.

Source Feed: NYT > Top Stories
Categories: great britain withdrawal from eu (brexit), politics and government, conservative party (great britain), voting and voters, hunt, jeremy, johnson, boris, great britain, may, theresa m


Striking Amazon employees complained about how robots changed their jobs, but the company may help them think differently.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: robots and robotics, amazon.com inc, antitrust laws and competition issues, labor and jobs, computers and the internet, libra (currency), regulation and deregulation of industry, strikes, facebook inc, senate committee on banking, house financial services committee, marcus, david a






From the first steps to the leap forward, Mashable is commemorating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing with a series that examines its significance — and why we haven’t been back. The Soviets launched the first satellite into space. And the first man. Also the first woman. So when NASA astronauts rapidly approached the moon 50 years ago, a lot was riding on a computer with less than 80 kilobytes of memory.  By today's standards, it's a dinosaur. The Apollo Guidance Computer (AGC)...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: mit, apollo 11, moon landing, moon landing 50th anniversary, tech

If you're in the market for a laptop or PC, you'll get inundated with hundreds and thousands of options that claim that they're the best of the best. But don't allow yourself to get fooled into buying a $1000 device. There are much cheaper options out there that are capable of catering to your every need and can last you a long time. SEE ALSO: Best cheap laptops Lucky for you, we're experts in offering deals that will give you the best value for money. Whether you're looking for a Chromebook...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: chromebooks, laptops, mashable shopping, tech, work life

TL;DR: Get this stunning 65-inch Samsung 4K smart TV for $1,799. It's normally $2,799.99, so you'll save 36%. From what we saw last week during Prime Day, 4K smart TVs were some of the fastest-selling items during Amazon's sales event. Waiting just a couple minutes before claiming a Lightning deal on some models was oftentimes too late; only the quickest-fingered shoppers, credit cards at the ready, managed to walk away with a new display. We're getting stressed again just thinking about...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: smart tvs, mashable shopping, qled, 4k tvs, shopping pcmag

TL;DR: Save on OfficeSuite subscriptions in the Mashable Shop. For many of us, Microsoft Office introduced us to word processing, digital number-crunching, presentation building, and other types of tasks that require creating some sort of document. We had Clippy (RIP) guide us in making our first presentations, spreadsheets, word files, and more. We then had to use the MS Office suite to accomplish school-related tasks, and then actual office work when we secured our first adult jobs. If you...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: microsoft, office, mashable shopping, tech, work life

TL;DR: Get these premium soundbars for up to $600 off when you shop sales at Walmart, Best Buy, and in the PCMag Shop (which, full disclosure, is owned by the Mashable's parent company Ziff Davis). Today's electronics manufacturers are in an arms race to make the sleekest, flattest TVs possible, a task made easier recently by developments in OLED technologies. That's fine and good for the displays themselves, but not so great for their sound systems; there's just no room in a wallpaper-thin...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: samsung, sony, mashable shopping, soundbar, shopping pcmag

Let's cut to the chase: you know you need a speaker to blast out your favorite tunes this summer, but you're having trouble picking which one to purchase. If budget is not a factor, you'll probably go ahead and get your hands on the most expensive one you can find. But who says you have to fork out hundreds to get the ideal speaker that can accommodate your needs? Here are 14 options you can choose from, all of which are on sale at the time of this writing: OontZ Angle 3 Splash-Proof Portable...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: music, speakers, bluetooth speakers, mashable shopping, tech

The words "permissionless" and "regulated" don't exactly go together. But Facebook's cryptocurrency project, Libra, is promising to adhere to regulations and be open to everyone, which may turn out to be a tough — if not impossible — task.  That's assuming there will even be a Libra coin, as originally envisioned.  It's been a nightmarish week for Libra, with U.S. senators (Democrats and Republicans alike) grilling Facebook's David Marcus; President Trump saying Libra coin will have "little...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: libra, tech, cryptocurrency blockchain

Peloton Technology is moving autonomous vehicles along faster than most robo-taxis. At the Automated Vehicles Symposium in Orlando this week, Peloton unveiled its highly autonomous driving system for trucks — that plural "trucks" is key. This isn't one truck going it alone with just sensors, cameras, and software guiding it across deserted highways. It's a platoon set-up with a lead and follow truck. The follow truck is truly driverless, and that's where the innovation comes in. Peloton calls...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: autonomous vehicles, driverless trucks, tech, transportation

Welcome to Small Humans, an ongoing series at Mashable that looks at how to take care of – and deal with – the kids in your life. Because Dr. Spock is nice and all, but it’s 2019 and we have the entire internet to contend with. Pampers has announced a new product called Lumi by Pampers, a “connected care system” to monitor your baby. The package includes a special “smart” diaper, which tracks your baby’s pee and sleep patterns, a mobile app, and Logitech video monitor.  A smart diaper may...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: parenting, baby, diapers, parenting with technology, baby monitors

Everyone saw the Amazon Prime Day camera glitch, right? Yeah, $13,000 worth of camera equipment was sold for $94, and there were even reports of Best Buy price-matching the items. If anyone watches Nathan For You, this mix-up probably reminds you of the episode with the $1 TVs and Best Buy refusing to price match them. We're not about to tell you about some secret $1 TV deal, but we did find some TV deals this weekend that are weirdly low. You can grab Samsung's The Frame TV for less than...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: home, lg, 4k tv, vizio, mashable shopping

The Times’s Graphics, Science and Immersive Storytelling teams shine a new light on the iconic photography from the first moonwalk.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: moon, apollo project, augmented reality (computers), virtual reality (computers), photography, oculus vr inc, national aeronautics and space administration, space and astronomy, aldrin, buzz, armstrong, neil alden, collins, michael (astronaut)

In six countries, the company is trying out hiding the number of likes that a post receives. The goal is to reduce pressure on people.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: social media, instagram inc, facebook inc

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Seems Hongmeng isn’t the Android replacement it’s been pitched as, after all. The initial story certainly tracked, as Huawei has been preparing for the very real possibility of life after Google, but the Chinese hardware giant says the operating system is primarily focused on industrial use. The latest report arrives courtesy of Chinese state news […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, mobile, huawei

As the world splits along U.S.-China fault lines, telecom companies in Vietnam appear to be quietly avoiding the Chinese tech giant in their 5G plans.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: vietnam, huawei technologies co ltd, 5g (wireless communications), china, southeast asia, espionage and intelligence services, cyberwarfare and defense

I rarely have to deal with the hassle of using a corporate VPN and I hope it remains this way. As a new member of the Cloudflare team, that seems possible. Coworkers who joined a few years ago did not have that same luck. They had to use a VPN to get any work done. What changed?

Source Feed: The Cloudflare Blog
Categories: access, product news, security, https, vpn

The U.K.’s next prime minister must prioritize a decision on whether or not to allow Chinese tech giant Huawei to be a 5G supplier, a parliamentary committee has urged — warning that the country’s international relations are being “seriously damaged” by ongoing delay. In a statement on 5G suppliers, the Intelligence and Security committee (ISC) […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: europe, mobile, security, 5g, 5g network, china, conservative party, european union, huawei, internet of things, national cyber security centre, national security council, supply chain, telecommunications, theresa may, uk government, united kingdom

The final hours for China's Tiangong-2 space station are at hand, as the 8-ton piece of hardware will fall to earth, or rather sea, some time in the next 20 hours or so in a controlled deorbit manuever.  But unlike with its predecessor, it isn't a mystery where this particular piece of space debris is going to fall.

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, government, hardware, space, china, cnsa, tiangong, tiangong-2

Our personal tech columnist tracked his sleep for two weeks with an Apple Watch and some software. Here’s why he concluded it was a pointless exercise.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: sleep, mobile applications, wearable computing, computers and the internet, sensors, apple inc, fitbit

Artificial intelligence is quickly becoming a foundational technology for enterprise software development and startups have begun addressing a variety of issues around using AI to make software and processes much more efficient. To that end, we are delighted to announce that Jocelyn Goldfein, a Managing Director at Zetta Venture Partners will be joining on us […]

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: artificial intelligence, enterprise, tc, artificial intelligence, bindu reddy, companies, computing, enterprise software, facebook, ibm, jocelyn goldfein, machine learning, messageone, ranker, salesforce, salesforce.com, startup company, tc sessions: enterprise 2019, vmware, watson, yerba buena center, zetta, zetta venture partners

The rise of data breaches, along with an expanding raft of regulations (now numbering 80 different regional regimes, and growing) have thrust data protection — having legal and compliant ways of handling personal user information — to the top of the list of things that an organization needs to consider when building and operating their […]

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: asia, cloud, enterprise, europe, recent funding, security, startups, arbor ventures, data protection, global founders capital, incountry, mubadala ventures, security

Securing access to your APT repositories is critical. At Cloudflare, like in most organizations, we used a legacy VPN to lock down who could reach our internal software repositories. However, a network perimeter model lacks a number of features that we consider critical to a team’s security.

Source Feed: The Cloudflare Blog
Categories: access, linux, https, security

Risk and compliance management platform VComply announced today that it has picked up a $2.5 million seed round led by Accel Partners for its international growth plan. The funding will be used to acquire more customers in the United States, open a new office in the United Kingdom to support customers in Europe and expand […]

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: enterprise, fundings & exits, startups, tc, accel, accel partners, compliance, governance, risk and compliance management, vcomply

Intel announced a deep partnership with SAP today around using advanced Intel technology to optimize SAP software tools. Specifically, the company plans to tune its Intel Xeon Scalable processors and Intel Optane DC persistent memory for SAP’s suite of applications. The multi-year partnership includes giving SAP early access to emerging Intel technologies and building a […]

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: enterprise, intel, partnerships, sap

Smartphones have become a creative playground thanks to cameras and innovative apps, such as PicsArt. With PicsArt, anybody can add filters and stickers and tweak photos and videos in many different ways. It has been a massive hit with 130 million monthly active users. And that’s why I’m excited to announce that PicsArt founder and […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, europe, mobile, startups, disrupt, disrupt berlin, disrupt berlin 2019, hovhannes avoyan, picsart

Wavecell, a cloud-communications platform for companies in Southeast Asia, announced today that it has been acquired by 8×8 in a deal worth about $125 million. The acquisition will help San Jose, Calif.-based 8×8 expand in Asia, where Wavecell already has offices in Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand and Hong Kong. Wavecell’s cloud API platform, which […]

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: cloud, enterprise, fundings & exits, m&a, startups, tc, 8x8, cloud communication platform, singapore, southeast asia, wavecell

It's been hard to get away from FaceApp over the last few days, whether it's your friends posting weird selfies using the app's aging and other filters, or the brief furore over its apparent (but not actual) circumvention of permissions on iPhones. Now even the Senate is getting in on the fun: Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) has asked the FBI and the FTC to look into the app's data handling practices.

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, artificial intelligence, government, mobile, privacy, tc, charles schumer, faceapp

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