Sunday, February 17, 2019

Sprint Sues AT&T, Proving ‘5G’ Is Still Meaningless

Some AT&T clients with iPhones seen one thing bizarre earlier this week. Those who had put in a brand new beta model of iOS...

FAQ: Analyzing Social Data to Understand the US Electorate

Social analytics firm Networked Insights is spending Election Day gauging the feelings and intentions of the American electorate and sharing the findings exclusively with...

Trump’s Surreal Campaign Is More Like Twitter Than We Ever Realized

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign is so unprecedented and surreal that it has left analysts groping for metaphors to explain it. It’s a reality show!...

Facebook Marketplace Wants to Be Your New Craigslist

Facebook has launched Marketplace, a centralized hub where its 1.71 billion monthly users can buy and sell their stuff online within local communities. Yes,...

How Google Keeps Its Power-Hungry Operations Carbon Neutral

Kate Brandt has a radical concept for a way we’ll should dwell sooner or later, if we’re going to be in steadiness with nature....

Tumblr’s Porn Bloggers Eye Pillowfort and Dreamwidth

Julia Baritz is having fairly every week. The Austin, Texas based mostly developer is the founder and lead architect of Pillowfort.io, a community-oriented social...

Attack on Ethereum Classic Highlights a Crypto Weakness

The promise of digital cryptocurrencies like bitcoin is that you just need not belief the folks to whom you ship or obtain cash, as...

Google and Microsoft Warn That AI May Do Dumb Things

Google CEO Sundar Pichai introduced good tidings to traders on father or mother firm Alphabet’s earnings name final week. Alphabet reported $39.three billion in...

German Regulators Just Outlawed Facebook’s Whole Ad Business

Facebook’s massively profitable promoting mannequin depends on monitoring its one billion customers—in addition to the billions on WhatsApp and Instagram—throughout the online and smartphone...

Microsoft Wants to Stop AI’s ‘Race to the Bottom’

After a hellish yr of tech scandals, even government-averse executives have began professing their openness to laws. But Microsoft President Brad Smith took it...
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