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The House and Senate finally agree on something: Robocalls

The House and Senate finally agree on something: Robocalls In these times of political strife, it’s nice that despite our differences we can still band together as a nation in the face of a catastrophe that affects us all equally. I speak, of course, of robocalls, and it seems that the House […]

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Those crappy pre-installed Android apps can be full of security holes

Those crappy pre-installed Android apps can be full of security holes If you’ve ever bought a low-to-mid range Android phone, there’s a good chance you booted it up to find it pre-loaded with junk you definitely didn’t ask for. These pre-installed apps can be clunky, annoying to remove, rarely updated… and, it […]

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Google Stadia Will Be Missing Some Key Features at Launch

Google Stadia Will Be Missing Some Key Features at Launch First impressions are critically important, especially for gaming consoles. You feeling lucky, Google? Source: www.wired.com Google Stadia Will Be Missing Some Key Features at Launch

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Facebook’s Libra code chugs along ignoring regulatory deadlock

Facebook’s Libra code chugs along ignoring regulatory deadlock “5 months and growing strong” the Libra Association announced today in an post about its technical infrastructure that completely omits the fierce regulatory backlash to its cryptocurrency. 40 wallets, tools, and block explorers plus 1,700 Github commits have how now been built on its […]

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146 New Android Bugs, an Audio Porn Streaming Site, and More News

146 New Android Bugs, an Audio Porn Streaming Site, and More News Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less. Source: www.wired.com 146 New Android Bugs, an Audio Porn Streaming Site, and More News

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Why Salesforce is moving Marketing Cloud to Microsoft Azure

Why Salesforce is moving Marketing Cloud to Microsoft Azure When Salesforce announced this week that it was moving Marketing Cloud to Microsoft Azure, it was easy to see this as another case of wacky enterprise partnerships. But there had to be sound business reasons why the partnership came together, rather than going […]

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VC Cyan Banister on her path, who decides what at Founders Fund, and the state of San Francisco

VC Cyan Banister on her path, who decides what at Founders Fund, and the state of San Francisco Cyan Banister is an American success story. A homeless teenager who originally supported herself by making hemp necklaces, then silk-screen T-shirts, she went on to become a self-taught engineer and to later hold several […]

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A Visual Diary of This Year's WIRED25 Festival

A Visual Diary of This Year’s WIRED25 Festival Dina Litovsky captured the weirdest and the WIRED-est moments from our 2019 event. Source: www.wired.com A Visual Diary of This Year’s WIRED25 Festival

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Daily Crunch: TikTok starts experimenting with commerce

Daily Crunch: TikTok starts experimenting with commerce The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. TikTok tests social commerce The short-form video app said it’s allowing […]

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Twitter makes its political ad ban official

Twitter makes its political ad ban official The ban on political ads announced by Twitter two weeks ago has come into effect, and the rules are surprisingly simple — perhaps too simple. No political content as they define it may be promoted; Candidates, parties, governments or officials, PACs, and certain political nonprofit […]

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