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Wired NewsJul 17, 2019
33 Best Deals From Walmart and Other Amazon Prime Day Rivals
Prime Day is so popular that Amazon competitors like Walmart and Target counter it with their own sales. We've collected the best of the rest.

The best Amazon Prime Day 2019 deals: A few good deals remain (Engadget)
Amazon Prime Day service deals: There are still discounts on Kindle Unlimited, Audible and more - CNET (CNET How To)

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Facebook signals Libra cryptocurrency plans will move forward - CNET
Blockchain boss David Marcus stops short of agreeing to a moratorium.

Smaller cryptocurrencies feel pain as criticism of Facebook's Libra grows (Reuters Technology)
Congressman to Facebook: Your Digital Currency Could Be Worse Than 9-11 (Gizmodo)

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
eBay Crash Sale ends today: These are the deals you can still get - CNET
The e-commerce site decided to capitalize on Amazon's crash during last year's Prime Day.

Mac RumorsJul 17, 2019
Apple Seeds Fourth Beta of watchOS 6 to Developers
Apple today seeded the fourth beta of watchOS 6, the software that runs on the Apple Watch. The new beta comes two weeks after the third beta and more than a month after Apple first unveiled the new watchOS update at the Worldwide Developers Conference.

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Walmart's anti-Prime Day Google smart home deals are still going: $25 Home Mini, $79 Nest Hub, security bundles and more - CNET
Walmart has slashed prices on smart security and assistant-powered products from Google and Nest. The discounts are still available even after the competing Prime Day deals on Amazon have stopped.

TechCrunchJul 17, 2019
AT&T signs $2 billion cloud deal with Microsoft
While AWS leads the cloud infrastructure market by wide margin, Microsoft isn't doing too badly, ensconced firmly in second place, the only other company with double-digit share. Today, it announced a big deal with AT&T that encompasses both Azure cloud infrastructure services and Office 365. A person with knowledge of the contract pegged the combined […]

Microsoft cheat sheets: Dive into Windows and Office apps (ComputerWorld)
Microsoft, AT&T Sign Cloud Deal Worth More Than $2 Billion (SlashDot)

Reuters TechnologyJul 17, 2019
Consensus among G7 ministers to tackle Facebook's Libra: French chair
G7 ministers meeting in France on Wednesday agreed on the need to confront the emergence of digital currencies following Facebook's plans to launch its Libra digital coin, a French G7 presidency source said on Wednesday.

GizmodoJul 17, 2019
Accessorize Your Prime Day Purchases With This AmazonBasics Tech Sale
AmazonBasics Tech Sale | Amazon


All the Best Amazon Prime Day Tech Deals to Shop (So Far) (Yahoo Tech - Apple Mac)

ResearchBuzzJul 17, 2019
Pain Pills, Neil Armstrong's Spacesuit, Emoji, More: Wednesday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, July 17, 2019
Hey y'all! The latest Inside Google & Alphabet newsletter is available at . Today's topics include yesterday's hearings in Congress, expanded bike-sharing information on Google Maps, an upcoming AMA for Google […]

Business Ethics, Nanomaterials, Facebook Libra, More: Wednesday ResearchBuzz, July 17, 2019 (ResearchBuzz)

TechCrunchJul 17, 2019
For World Emoji Day, the Unicode Consortium redesigns its site to be more user-friendly
Ahead of World Emoji Day on Wednesday, July 17, Apple and Google announced plans to bring an expanded set of emoji to their respective platforms. Today, the Unicode Consortium, the nonprofit organization responsible for determining which emoji get the greenlight, is relaunching its website with an updated, modern design that aims to make its information […]

Major GeeksJul 17, 2019
AMD Radeon Software Adrenalin Edition for Windows 10 / 8 / 7 64 Bit 19.7.2
AMD Catalyst Driver Beta is a unified which has been further enhanced to provide the highest level of power, performance, and reliability. http... [License: Freeware | Requires: Win 10 / 8 / 7 | Size: Size Varies ]

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Walmart's Summer Sale ends later today: These Xbox, Nintendo, TV and laptops deals are still available - CNET
Goodbye, Prime Day; hello, Walmart. Big savings on Xbox and Switch bundles, Google smart home products, Chromebooks, iPads, Apple Watches and Vizio TVs.

Fox Technology newsJul 17, 2019
On World Emoji Day, Apple and Google continue inclusive push
Apple and Google are taking World Emoji Day seriously, rolling out dozens of new emojis that of course include cute critters, but also expand the number of images of human diversity.

Wired NewsJul 17, 2019
Here's How Elon Musk Plans to Put a Computer in Your Brain
To hear Musk tell it, Neuralink's hardware is either a state-of-the-art tool for understanding the brain, a clinical advance for people with neurological disorders, or the next step in human evolution

PC World Latest NewsJul 17, 2019
Emoji are getting more inclusive on your iPhone and Android phone—even if you're a vampire
In case you forgot to buy your phone a present, it's World Emoji Day today. And to celebrate, Apple and Google have unveiled a slew of new emoji based on the approved characters in Unicode 12 that will be arriving in iOS 13 and Android Q later this year. And the theme this year is inclusion for everyone. Even vampires.

Whatever your race, gender, sexual orientation, or disability, you'll be able to find an emoji to express yourself. On both iPhones and Android phones, the Holding Hands emoji has been greatly expanded to include more than 70 combinations and sex, gender, and race, so you'll be able to properly represent your relationship no matter who your significant other may be.

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Reuters TechnologyJul 17, 2019
G7 finance chiefs pour cold water on Facebook's digital coin plans
Group of Seven finance chiefs cast a cloud over prospects for Facebook's Libra digital coin on Wednesday, insisting tough regulatory problems would have to be worked out first.

Mac RumorsJul 17, 2019
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Gives Talk to Apple's Marketing Department
Jack Dorsey, CEO of Twitter and Square, visited Apple headquarters on Tuesday to give a talk to employees, according to a report by Bloomberg.

SlashDotJul 17, 2019
Nintendo Unveils New Switch Model With Better Battery Life

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Walmart deals to help you forget Prime Day: Xbox, Nintendo, TVs and laptops and more - CNET
Goodbye Prime Day, hello Walmart. Big savings on Xbox and Switch bundles, Google smart home products, Chromebooks, iPads, Apple Watches and Vizio TVs.

Reuters TechnologyJul 17, 2019
U.S. lawmakers challenge Facebook over Libra cryptocurrency plan
U.S. lawmakers quizzed Facebook on Wednesday over its planned cryptocurrency, after a bruising first bout a day earlier when senators from both parties condemned the project, saying the company had not shown it could be trusted.

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Nintendo Switch revision improves battery life for same price - CNET
The company says it will last up to nine hours.

Nintendo Pushes Out New Switch Hardware Boasting Almost Double the Battery Life [Updated] (Gizmodo)

Reuters TechnologyJul 17, 2019
Facebook faces more scrutiny from Congress over Libra cryptocurrency plan
Facebook Inc faces more questioning by U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday over its planned cryptocurrency, after a bruising first bout when senators from both parties condemned the project, saying the company had not shown it could be trusted.

TechCrunchJul 17, 2019
Amazon sells over 175M items during Prime Day 2019, more than Black Friday & Cyber Monday combined
Amid worker protests and antitrust investigations, Amazon's Prime Day sales event carried on as usual — and that means it again set new records for the online retailer. This time, Amazon says Prime Day 2019 was bigger than both Black Friday and Cyber Monday combined, as Prime members purchased more than 175 million items during […]

Fox Technology newsJul 17, 2019
Elon Musk wants to merge our brains with computers by 2020
Of the many adjectives that can describe Elon Musk, ambitious is at the top of the list.

Elon Musk says Neuralink plans 2020 human test of brain-computer interface - CNET (CNET News)

GizmodoJul 17, 2019
FaceApp Probably Won't Destroy Society, But the Privacy Trade-Off Is Still Shady as Hell
As our lives are increasingly lived online, what seems like an innocuous (or even silly) digital act can end up having serious privacy consequences. It's a bleak reality that many are confronting once again thanks to a face-morphing app that ages the photos of users—who probably don't know they have signed away the…


FaceApp security concerns: Experts say Russians might own your old photos (Fox Technology news)

SlashDotJul 17, 2019
AI Photo Editor FaceApp Goes Viral Again on iOS, Raises Questions About Photo Library Access

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
FaceApp says it's not uploading all your photos - CNET
The viral app that uses AI to see what you'll look like older responds to privacy concerns.

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Chevy's midengine C8 Corvette: How to watch the live unveiling - Roadshow
Chevrolet will unveil the midengine C8 Corvette on Thursday, July 18. Here's how to watch it live.

SlashDotJul 17, 2019
Trump: We 'Will Take a Look' Into Peter Thiel's Claims of Google Working With China

TechCrunchJul 17, 2019
In-space shuttle service, Momentus, raises $25.5 million as investments climb for "new space" tech
With commercial launch services expected to reach $7 billion by 2024, there's increasing demand for an array of new technologies that can offer advantages to companies looking to get communications infrastructure in orbit. That's one of the reasons behind the new $25.5 million financing for Momentus, which sells in-space shuttle services to move satellites between […]

Fox Technology newsJul 17, 2019
Google says controversial Chinese search app Dragonfly has been 'terminated' amid GOP senator's grilling
Under withering questions from GOP Sen. Josh Hawley, a top Google executive said the company has "terminated" its censored Chinese search engine project known as Dragonfly.

Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 17, 2019
Fox News pundit complains about Ilhan Omar quoting Trump's 'grab 'em by the p****' remark
A Fox News pundit has complained that Ilhan Omar used profanity when quoting Donald Trump in response to a series of racist tweets he directed at the Democratic congresswoman.Dana Perino, a former White House secretary under George W Bush, defended Mr Trump's original statements and argued that he "didn't make them on live television at five o'clock". Ms Perino was referring to a number of the US president's controversial remarks quoted by Ms Omar, including the "grab 'em by the p****" line he said in an interview with Access Hollywood in 2005. Ms Omar also quoted Mr Trump reportedly saying last year that people were coming to the US from "s***hole countries". It came after the US president tweeted at the weekend that some Democratic congresswomen should "go back and help fix the totally broken and crime infested places from which they came".While the US president did not name the targets of his attack, the context of his tweet made it clear it was aimed at a group of four progressive Democratic women of colour known as "the squad".The four - Ms Omar, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Rashida Tlaib and Ayanna Pressley - spoke out against Mr Trump's remarks at a press conference in Washington on Monday.Ms Omar claimed that the US president's racist attacks were a "distraction" from more important issues and sought to divide Americans."This is a

Bill McGurn: Trump tweet allows media, Democrats to return to calling Republican president a racist (Yahoo Tech - Apple Mac)

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Complete history of the Chevy Corvette, from 1953 to present - Roadshow
Looking back at the Chevrolet sports car's past before finding out where the new C8 is going.

2020 Lexus RX first drive review: Sharper image - Roadshow (CNET Reviews)

TechCrunchJul 17, 2019
Peloton's new automated vehicle system gives one driver control of two trucks
The trucking world has been inundated in recent years by startups and large companies alike pitching an array of automated driving technology and business strategies, all aiming to solve the big three problems with freight: safety, fuel costs and driver shortages. For Peloton Technology, a Silicon Valley company that launched in 2011, the answer doesn't […]

Mac RumorsJul 17, 2019
Bluetooth Vulnerability Could Allow iOS and macOS Devices Be Tracked and Identified
A security vulnerability in the Bluetooth communication protocol has the potential to allow malicious actors to track and identify devices from Apple and Microsoft, according to new research from Boston University that was highlighted by ZDNet.

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Beyond Apollo: See NASA aim for the moon with Artemis 2024 - CNET
NASA's ambitious Artemis program wants to put the first woman and the next man on the moon in just a few short years.

TechCrunchJul 17, 2019
Daily Crunch: Neuralink prepares for brain-computer testing
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. Elon Musk's Neuralink looks to begin outfitting human brains with faster input and output starting next year Musk said that in […]

GizmodoJul 17, 2019
Here Are the Bad Things NASA Thought Might Happen to the First Astronauts on the Moon
Fifty years ago this week, humankind landed on the Moon for the first time. It was one of the most impressive technological feats ever pulled off, filled with peril and uncertainty. Given that, it's fair to wonder just what exactly NASA scientists were worried could have happened to the astronauts during and after…


Yahoo Tech - Apple MacJul 17, 2019
Hong Kong elders march in support of young demonstrators
Thousands of Hong Kong senior citizens, including a popular actress, marched Wednesday in a show of support for youths at the forefront of monthlong protests against a contentious extradition bill in the semi-autonomous Chinese territory. The seniors also slammed the police for their handling of a protest Sunday in Hong Kong's Sha Tin district. Veteran actress and singer Deanie Ip, who joined Wednesday's demonstration, said police shouldn't use heavy-handed tactics against young protesters who "have no guns" and were peacefully expressing their frustrations.

Woman Gets 1993 Postcard From Hong Kong Because Snail Mail Takes Time (Yahoo Tech - Apple Mac)

CNET NewsJul 17, 2019
Facebook Libra cryptocurrency hearings with Congress Day 2: Watch here live - CNET
The internet giant will appear before the House Financial Services Committee Wednesday at 7 a.m. PT/10 a.m. ET.

PC World Latest NewsJul 17, 2019
Ryzen 3000 Review: AMD's 12-core Ryzen 9 3900X conquers its past
Our review of AMD's 12-core Ryzen 9 3900X CPU, in five words:

Damn, this CPU is fast.

But keep reading, because the Ryzen 9 3900X is likely as significant, and likely as game-changing, as AMD's original K7 Athlon-series of CPUs that crossed the 1GHz line first, or its Athlon 64 CPU that ushered in 64-bit computing in a desktop PC.

You'd think the Ryzen 9 3900X would have a hard time achieving the same greatness. It's true that it doesn't quite shake all the gaming-performance bugaboos of past generations. But we think when the dust settles, the CPU series will easily be a first-ballot, CPU hall of fame entry.

AMD AMD said it has improved its floating point performance by 2X on its Ryzen 3000 series of CPUs.

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New York Times TechJul 17, 2019
Elon Musk's Neuralink Takes Baby Steps to Wiring Brains to the Internet
A San Francisco company financed by Mr. Musk, Neuralink says it has created a device that could one day wire data links directly to the brain.

CNET How ToJul 16, 2019
Amazon Prime Day 2019 smart home deals: Final hours to get the Echo Show 5 for $50, Google's Nest Hub for $79, Philips Hue, iRobot and more - CNET
Amazon's Prime Day is starting to wind down, but you can still find huge savings on Amazon Echo smart speakers, Google devices, routers, connected doorbells, smart lights and other smart home products.

ResearchBuzzJul 16, 2019
Oak Ridge Oral Histories, The American Legion, Pakistan History, More: Tuesday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, July 16, 2019
Hey y'all! The latest Inside Google & Alphabet newsletter is available at . Today's topics include new space exploration features in Google Earth, a partnership with Rite Aid, the first public […]

Fox Technology newsJul 16, 2019
Twitter's Jack Dorsey maxes out donations to Tulsi Gabbard, Democratic presidential candidate
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has donated thousands of dollars to U.S. Representative and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, according to Federal Election Commission records.

TechCrunchJul 16, 2019
Large retailers saw 64% increase in sales on Monday, thanks to Amazon Prime Day
It's no longer a winner-take-all scenario for Amazon Prime Day — in fact, that hasn't been true for years. As soon as other large retailers realized they could piggyback on Amazon's annual sales event to boost their own revenues from counter-sales, they've been doing just that. According to new data from Adobe Analytics out this […]

Gizmag Emerging TechJul 16, 2019
Gut bacteria found to help protect brain and central nervous system from harmful viruses

A compelling new study has described a novel association between viral infections, neurodegenerative disease, the gut microbiome, and our immune system. The research suggests gut bacteria disruptions can allow harmful viruses to trigger neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis.

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GizmodoJul 16, 2019
Google Exec Tells Senate That Project Dragonfly Has Been "Terminated"
On Tuesday, Google vice president of public policy Karan Bhatia told members of the Senate Judiciary that the company's Project Dragonfly—a search engine for the Chinese market that was widely reported to involve huge concessions to state censors and protested by its own staff—has been "terminated" and employees…


Europe Billed Galileo as Its Answer to GPS. It's Been Mostly Down for Days. (New York Times Tech)

Time: TechlandJul 16, 2019
Facebook's Digital Currency Plan Met With Skepticism in Congress
Trump tweeted that the new currency 'will have little standing or dependability'

Gizmag Emerging TechJul 16, 2019
Coating cells in hydrogel help protect implanted tissue from the immune system

Bone marrow transplants are a common treatment for certain conditions related to the blood, but the patient's immune system can often react badly to the foreign cells and attack them. Mesenchymal stromal cells (MSCs) may help, but they too can be cleared out by immune cells. Now, a Harvard team has shown that coating MSCs in a thin hydrogel can protect them, making bone marrow transplants more successful.

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EngadgetJul 16, 2019
Senators grill FTC over reported $5 billion Facebook settlement
Facebook's reported $5 billion settlement with the FTC isn't even official yet, but that isn't stopping politicians from bristling at it. Senators Richard Blumenthal, Josh Hawley and Ed Markey (pictured) have sent a letter to the FTC requesting answ...

SlashDotJul 16, 2019
Permission-Greedy Apps Delayed Android 6 Upgrade So They Could Harvest More User Data

10 useful Google apps you probably aren't using (ComputerWorld)

KM World ArticlesJul 16, 2019
ABBYY opens office in Hong Kong to strengthen presence in Asia
ABBYY's expansion is fueled by the region's growing investment in intelligent automation?

ResearchBuzzJul 15, 2019
Hong Kong Fish, Google Custom Search, Amazon Alexa, More: Monday Afternoon ResearchBuzz, July 15, 2019
NEW RESOURCES The Standard: 22 new species on Hong Kong reefs . "A local marine conservation group discovered at least 22 species of fish that are new to Hong Kong and launched […]

Gizmag Emerging TechJul 14, 2019
NASA green lights upgrade of Apollo era lunar laser experiment

One of the original designers of a pioneering Apollo Moon experiment is leading an effort to create an upgraded version for future lunar landing missions. A team under professor emeritus at the University of Maryland (UMD), Doug Currie are developing a more accurate version of the Lunar Laser Ranging experiment that was left behind by Apollo 11, 14, and 15 between 1969 and 1971 that allows scientists to measure the distance from the Earth to the Moon extreme accuracy.

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TechNewsWorldApr 24, 2019
EU Gives Nod to 'Big Brother' Biometrics Database
The European Parliament overwhelmingly approved two measures that would integrate the region's fragmented law enforcement and home affairs databases into a centralized one that would include biometric information on some 350 million EU and non-EU citizens. It approved creation of the new system on two votes -- one to merge border control systems, and one to merge law enforcement systems.

Network World SecurityJan 08, 2019
How ASLR protects Linux systems from buffer overflow attacks
Address Space Layout Randomization (ASLR) is a memory-protection process for operating systems that guards against buffer-overflow attacks. It helps to ensure that the memory addresses associated with running processes on systems are not predictable, thus flaws or vulnerabilities associated with these processes will be more difficult to exploit.

ASLR is used today on Linux, Windows, and MacOS systems. It was first implemented on Linux in 2005. In 2007, the technique was deployed on Microsoft Windows and MacOS. While ASLR provides the same function on each of these operating systems, it is implemented differently on each one.

The effectiveness of ASLR is dependent on the entirety of the address space layout remaining unknown to the attacker. In addition, only executables that are compiled as Position Independent Executable (PIE) programs will be able to claim the maximum protection from ASLR technique because all sections of the code will be loaded at random locations. PIE machine code will execute properly regardless of its absolute address.

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