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Thursday May 30, 2019. 03:25 AM
Google's new confidential mode is rolling out to G Suite users and will be turned on by default starting on June 25th. Personal account holders have been able to use this feature since Gmail's mid-2018 redesign, but Gmail users at work have not. 'Confidential mode is a...
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Google's new confidential mode is rolling out to G Suite users and will be turned on by default starting on June 25th. Personal account holders have been able to use this feature since Gmail's mid-2018 redesign, but Gmail users at work have not. 'Confidential mode is a...
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Earlier this year, Google proposed changes to the open-source Chromium browser that would break content-blocking extensions, including various ad blockers. Despite the overwhelming negative feedback to the move, Google appears to be standing firm on the changes, sharing that ...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from Ars Technica: A report released today by the International Energy Agency (IEA) warns world leaders that -- without support for new nuclear power or lifetime extensions for existing nuclear power plants -- the world's climate goals are ...
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New submitter AntiBrainWasher writes: Running away from the fear of legal/political persecution, the New York City-based Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) told editors of its roughly 200 journals yesterday that it feared 'severe legal implications'...
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MojoKid writes: What do you think graphics cards will look like in the next decade and a half? Intel wanted to know that as well, so it commissioned designer Cristiano Siquiera to give us a taste of what graphics cards might look like in the year 2035. Siquiera, the original ...
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Apple has been a vertically integrated “walled garden” for a long time. But with Apple’s growth in size, influence, and scope, it has come under fire as a de-facto monopoly. As it sells more of its own products and services than ever before, the ability for outsiders...
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An anonymous reader quotes a report from TechCrunch: Uber is now requiring the same good behavior from riders that it has long expected from its drivers. Uber riders have always had ratings, but they were never really at risk of deactivation -- until now. Starting today,...
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Wednesday May 29, 2019. 11:25 PM
A California lobbyist for Chevron is urging retirees of the oil company in Arizona to oppose electric-car policies, saying the vehicles are too expensive for most people and should not be promoted. From a report: A handful of people who either retired from Chevron or from...
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Call it a rebranding of 'energy dominance.' From a report: In a press release published on Tuesday, two Department of Energy officials used the terms 'freedom gas' and 'molecules of US freedom' to replace your average, everyday term 'natural gas.' The press release was...
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An anonymous reader writes: iRobot today launched two new robots: the Roomba s9+ robot vacuum cleaner and the Braava jet m6 robot mop. The Roomba s9+ robot vacuum with Clean Base Automatic Dirt Disposal starts at $1,299. The Roomba s9 without the Clean Base starts at $999....
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Twitter is conducting in-house research to better understand how white nationalists and supremacists use the platform. From a report: The company is trying to decide, in part, whether white supremacists should be banned from the site or should be allowed to stay on the...
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Trailrunner7 shares a report: All of the current versions of Docker have a vulnerability that can allow an attacker to get read-write access to any path on the host server. The weakness is the result of a race condition in the Docker software and while there's a fix in the...
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Running a small business has never been easier in the modern age of smartphones and consumer-level laptops. For the price of a MacBook or an iPhone, a student or employee can navigate a rich tapestry of your company’s information, instruction, and leadership — provided...
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Everyone has a computer these days, but for some of us, our computer is our very livelihood. We store massive amounts of data on them, some of which is irreplaceable, so backing up said data in case of a hard drive failure is crucial. However, today’s entry-level cloud...
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Few file types are as versatile as PDF. You’ll run across it wherever you go, whether it’s in college or the workplace. However, computers typically don’t natively include programs that let you edit PDFs, and you’ll likely run across a document that needs quick...
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Many things can impact your sleep quality, but it’s nearly impossible to figure out why you’re not getting a good night sleep if you’re, well, sleeping! That's why there's GO2SLEEP, an AI-powered device that does all of the sleep detective work for you. It's on sale...
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Huawei is stepping up its fight against American bans. From a report: The tech giant has motioned for a summary judgment in its lawsuit to invalidate Section 889 of the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, arguing that it violates the 'Bill of Attainder, Due Process and...
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'The Net interprets censorship as damage and routes around it,' said Internet pioneer John Gilmore in a 1993 Time magazine article about a then-ungoverned place called 'cyberspace.' How times have changed. From a report: In April, Sri Lankan authorities blocked its citizens' ...
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Flipboard, a news aggregator service and mobile news app, notified users this week of a security incident during which hackers had access to internal systems for more than nine months. From a report: In a series of emails seen by ZDNet that the company sent out to impacted...
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