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Microsoft is teasing new Xbox hardware and accessories will launch at Gamescom in Germany next month. Details are limited. The word comes from a Microsoft blog post about the event in which it lists the date and time of the August 21 event, which will feature “lots of news, all-new Xbox hardware and accessories, and […]

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, microsoft, playstation, xbox

Okta, the cloud identity management company, announced today it has purchased a startup called ScaleFT to bring the Zero Trust concept to the Okta platform. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. While Zero Trust isn’t exactly new to a cloud identity management company like Okta, acquiring ScaleFT gives them a solid cloud-based Zero Trust […]

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: cloud, enterprise, exit, fundings & exits, m&a, security, startups, tc, identity management, okta

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. Samsung’s working on phone with a folding screen. And it’s arriving soonish. You’d be entirely forgiven if you rolled your eyes at that one, or at the very least took the whole thing with a sufficiently massive grain of salt. This particular rumor has been floating around […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: hardware, mobile, samsung

Samsung won't have much to reveal at its Unpacked event on Aug. 9, where the Galaxy Note 9 is widely expected to be announced. Thanks to a new leak from the well-connected @evleaks, we know exactly what the Note 9 will look like from the front and back. SEE ALSO: Everything we know about Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 Previous case leaks already spoiled the Note 9, revealing a design that's similar to the Note 8.  The latest leak, however, shows the phone in its full glory — there's a lot we can...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: mobile, android, samsung, leaks, galaxy note 9

Although Prime Day is over for this year, there are still a lot of deep savings throughout Amazon during the day after. SEE ALSO: Save 53% on these wireless, noise-canceling headphones by Plantronics The retail giant has a lot of good deals on HD and 4K TVs from top manufacturers, such as Sony, Samsung, RCA, LG, and TCL. You can get a 32-inch HD TV with Roku built-in from TCL for only $149.99, while Sony's 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV is on sale for just $1,298.00. There are also sales on...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: samsung, sony, lg, hp, mashable shopping


European officials hit the internet giant with the record penalty for abusing its power in the smartphone market, the region’s latest move to rein in the clout of tech companies.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: antitrust laws and competition issues, android (operating system), mobile applications, chrome (browser), smartphones, regulation and deregulation of industry, european commission, google inc, europe

Ms. Roby, a Republican congresswoman, defeated a primary challenger who assailed her for withdrawing her support for President Trump in 2016.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: alabama, roby, martha, bright, bobby, elections, house of representatives, trump, donald j, endorsements, united states politics and government





The latest version of Apple’s iOS software for the iPad tries to save you time with typing shortcuts — once you know what they are.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: ipad, computer keyboards, tablet computers, ios (operating system)


The president also suggested that “haters” were angry that he got along with the leader of Russia and “would rather go to war.”

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: trump, donald j, united states politics and government, russian interference in 2016 us elections and ties to trump associates, putin, vladimir v, espionage and intelligence services





European antitrust regulators have fined Google with a 4.34 billion euro ($5.04 billion) fine for abusing its position in the smartphone market to increase the dominance of its search engine, the European Commission announced in a statement Wednesday.  Google was ordered to stop the practice within 90 days or face further penalty payments of up to 5% of the average daily global turnover of its parent company, Alphabet.  SEE ALSO: EU lawmakers raked Mark Zuckerberg over the coals — but, as...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: google, eu, fine, tech, consumer tech


Google has been fined a record breaking €4.34 billion (~$5BN) by European antitrust regulators for abusing the dominance of its Android mobile operating system. Competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager has tweeted to confirm the penalty ahead of a press conference about to take place. Stay tuned for more details as we get them. Fine of €4,34 […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: advertising tech, apps, europe, government, mobile, tc, android, antitrust, competition commission, eu, fairsearch, google, margrethe vestager

Once upon a time, it looked like cloud-based serviced would become the central hub for analyzing all IoT data. But it didn’t quite turn out that way because most IoT solutions simply generate too much data to do this effectively and the round-trip to the data center doesn’t work for applications that have to react […]

Source Feed: Enterprise – TechCrunch
Categories: artificial intelligence, cloud, developer, enterprise, funding, fundings & exits, recent funding, startups, analytics, cambridge innovation capital, cloud computing, computing, edge computing, internet of things, machine learning, real-time, swim.ai

Facebook has come under fire after a UK documentary exposed some of the disturbing practices at a company responsible for moderating its content. Footage for Channel 4's latest Dispatches episode Inside Facebook: Secrets of the Social Network was gathered by an undercover reporter who went to work at CPL Resources in Dublin, Ireland — a facility that's worked with the social media giant for the past eight years. A video of a toddler being physically abused and a racist meme are just two...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: facebook, uk, tech, social media companies

Imagine your ideal trip to the gym. There are no grunting weightlifters, no clanging coming from the squat rack, and you can’t even hear a hint of the mind-numbing pump-up music pouring out of the gym’s speakers. All you hear is your own personal soundtrack, loud and clear, playing from headphones that are as effortless as tying your shoes. SEE ALSO: These are the best headphones for every situation Okay, that part might just be fantasy, but everything else is totally possible with the...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: headphones, plantronics, mashable shopping, shopping stackcommerce, shopping solo

Three days after calling Vernon Unsworth a "pedo" Elon Musk has issued an apology to the British diver that participated in the rescue of the trapped Thai soccer team.   "My words were spoken in anger," Musk tweeted on Wednesday. "I apologize to Mr. Unsworth and to the companies I represent as leader. The fault is mine and mine alone."  SEE ALSO: British rescuer threatens legal action against Elon Musk following 'pedo guy' tweet As this well-written article suggests, my words were spoken in...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: elon musk, apology, vernon unsworth, thai cave rescue, tech


A decision in a long running EU antitrust probe of Google’s Android OS is due to land shortly. European Commission officials are trailing a press conference with competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager — to announce an “antitrust decision” at 1pm CET, with a link to watch the event streamed live. Press conference with Commissioner @vestager today […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: europe, mobile, android

President Trump has said his admirers will stand by him through anything. Now, a stunning news conference with the Russian president has provided a singular test case.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: trump, donald j, russia, putin, vladimir v, republican party, polls and public opinion, united states politics and government, russian interference in 2016 us elections and ties to trump associates, presidential election of 2016, midterm elections (2018), united states international relations


A new medical scanner, derived from technology used by particle physics researchers at CERN, “is like the upgrade from black-and-white film to color,” one of its developers said.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: x-rays, 3-d devices and effects, anatomy and physiology, bones, cern, medicine and health, research, tissue (human), color

A new study based on Facebook data provides a picture of who is placing political ads on the social network ahead of the midterm elections. President Trump tops the list.

Source Feed: NYT > Technology
Categories: campaign finance, online advertising, political advertising, midterm elections (2018), social media, united states politics and government, russian interference in 2016 us elections and ties to trump associates, political action committees, facebook inc, trump, donald j

President Trump was widely criticized, including by many in his own party, for what was viewed as unprecedented deference to President Vladimir V. Putin on Monday.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: trump, donald j, russian interference in 2016 us elections and ties to trump associates, russia, putin, vladimir v, united states politics and government, united states international relations, espionage and intelligence services

Guess who's sending fat checks to Mark Zuckerberg and company?  Yep, Donald J. Trump. The president's political action committee (PAC) has spent $274,000 on Facebook ads since May, reports the New York Times.  That makes him the biggest political spender on Facebook. Planned Parenthood, which came in second, spent $188,000. SEE ALSO: Anderson Cooper slams Trump's press conference with Putin as 'disgraceful' The numbers were crunched by New York University researchers who scraped data from...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: facebook, donald trump, tech, big tech companies

Never in the modern era has a president engendered such a wave of discussion about whether his real loyalty was to a foreign power over his own country.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: trump, donald j, putin, vladimir v, russia, russian interference in 2016 us elections and ties to trump associates, republican party, united states politics and government, united states international relations, treason and sedition, impeachment

For the second time in less than a week, Facebook is facing uncomfortable questions about why it continues to allow InfoWars and other conspiracy theory-slinging groups to have a presence on its platform. During a House Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday, Facebook's policy chief Monika Bickert fielded questions from Democrats who demanded to know why InfoWars has not been banned by Facebook.  Her explanation did not go over well. SEE ALSO: Real headlines from InfoWars, a site that's not...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: facebook, infowars, social media companies, tech, social media companies

Date: Thursday, August 02, 2018Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight TimeDuration: 1 hour Migrating to a new OS, like Windows 10 or macOS, or performing hardware upgrades can be time-consuming and complicated. Whether it’s replacing a device or refreshing

Source Feed: IT Pro - Microsoft Windows Information, Solutions, Tools

Someone send a submarine to rescue Elon Musk's reputation. It turns out the Tesla and SpaceX CEO has donated seven times as much to money to Republicans than Democrats since the beginning of 2017, according to Federal Election Commission data reviewed by HuffPost.  SEE ALSO: Ugh, Elon Musk attacks British diver who called his submarine 'just a PR stunt' Overall, Musk gave $88,900 to Republicans and $13,300 to Democrats, including more than $50,000 to a fundraising committee run by House...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: tesla, elon musk, spacex, donald trump, republican party

Oh hell yeah. Bitcoin's back, baby. After languishing in the depressing realm of the six thousands for what seemed like forever, the price of bitcoin has skyrocketed straight to the moon!  Well, skyrocketed past $7,000, anyway. SEE ALSO: The only good thing to come out of Bitcoin is this stock art cat Yes, friends, it's time to join the hordes of true believers on Twitter and Reddit in celebration. And while you're at it, you definitely want to ignore the fact that last December, bitcoin...

Source Feed: Tech
Categories: bitcoin, cryptocurrency, tech, other

Hackers can steal your phone number by reassigning it to a different SIM card, use it to reset your passwords, steal your Instagram and other accounts and sell them for bitcoin. As detailed in a harrowing Motherboard article today, Instagram accounts are especially vulnerable because the app only offers two-factor authentication through SMS that delivers […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, mobile, security, social, instagram, two factor authentication

A day after President Trump’s remarks alongside President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia led to harsh criticism, Mr. Trump said that he accepts the findings of American intelligence agencies that Russia interfered with the 2016 presidential election.

Source Feed: NYT > Home Page
Categories: trump, donald j, putin, vladimir v, russia, russian interference in 2016 us elections and ties to trump associates, united states international relations

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Megan Quinn, general partner at Spark Capital, tweeted that Amazon’s cloud competitors at Google should be delighted: “Diane Greene is the only person celebrating Amazon Prime Day so far,” referring to Google’s cloud chief.

Source Feed: IT Pro - Microsoft Windows Information, Solutions, Tools

With the upcoming release of iOS 12, Apple is introducing a new app called Shortcuts that will allow users to build custom voice commands for Siri that can be used to kick off a variety of actions in apps. While some apps will directly prompt users to add a Shortcut to Siri, the new Shortcuts […]

Source Feed: Mobile – TechCrunch
Categories: apps, mobile, apple, siri, voice, voice assistants, voice computing

I have to hand it to 8BitDo. At first I thought they were just opportunistically hawking cheap hunks of plastic in an era of unparalleled nostalgia for retro games, but... well, who am I kidding? That's exactly what they're doing. But they're doing it well. And these new DIY kits are the latest sign that they actually understand their most obsessive customers.

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, gaming, hack, hardware, 8bitdo

Researchers at Purdue University and the University of Virginia are now able to create “tiny, thin-film electronic circuits peelable from a surface,” the first step in creating an unobtrusive Internet-of-Things solution. The peelable stickers can sit flush to an object’s surface and be used as sensors or wireless communications systems. The biggest difference between these […]

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, tc, purdue university, stationery, technology, university of virginia, virginia, wafer

It took Sonos more than a month, but its new home theater speaker is now available. You can buy it on Sonos’ official website for $399 (or €449 if you live in Europe). It’s also available on Amazon and other retailers. The Beam is an affordable soundbar for your TV. This isn’t the company’s first […]

Source Feed: Gadgets – TechCrunch
Categories: gadgets, beam, sonos


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