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Friday June 23, 2017. 12:00 PM
If you’re a big San-X fan, there’s no doubt you already know who Rilakkuma is. If you don’t, prepare to get acquainted, because Rilakkuma is getting his own TV series by way of […] The post Rilakkuma Is Getting His Own Netflix Series appeared first on Geek.com.
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Netflix announced that it's launching an all-new interactive format that turns viewers in storytellers, letting them dictate each choice and direction the story takes. 'In each interactive title, you can make choices for the characters, shaping the story as you go,'...
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Many won’t miss the extra features this tabletop radio is missing.
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A growing number of industries are implementing the internet of things to make themselves more connected. eWEEK looks at how the industrial IoT is improving specific industries.
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Current laws are outdated and are hindering access to data and threatening user privacy, the company says.
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Effort to notify patients falls flat – under pizza pamphlet A Midlands NHS group has committed face-palm after face-palm in its efforts to inform residents about its patient data-sharing plans.…
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The company's newest Android handset has a 5.5-inch touch-screen display and will be available for sale starting June 27.
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To level the playing field with shifty tech support scammers, Microsoft used artificial intelligence to root them out and alert the FTC.
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Mark Zuckerberg has announced a new mission statement for Facebook. The social network is no longer interested in making the world 'more open and connected,' now it wants to 'give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together.' The change of...
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Let’s invent a dustbin that throws itself away Something for the Weekend, Sir? What the world needs now is an intelligent dustbin. It would be the pinnacle of achievement for the Internet of Things sector.…
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Engineering teams can get faster and more predictable release cycles while meeting security, regulatory and compliance obligations.
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Virgin Media is urging hundreds of thousands of customers with its Super Hub 2 router to change their passwords after a Which? investigation uncovered a way for hackers to gain access to the device. If the password for the router is not changed from its default there is a...
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Illegal offline? It's illegal online Analysis Algorithms used to track or adapt prices online raise competition concerns, according to a recent submission to the OECD by the European Union.…
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VPS blinkenlights dim for some of the customers Fasthosts hasn’t exactly draped itself in glory during this week of the summer solstice, what with the four day blackout of its virtual private server service and a partial eclipse of webmail.…
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Wiping out the problem needed a brush and a pump, but didn't make a stink On-Call Welcome yet again to On-Call, The Register's weekly column in which we take readers' tales of odd jobs in odd places, tart them up and present them to you as a bit of light relief on a...
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The European Space Agency has approved the Laser Interferometer Space Antenna mission designed to study gravitational waves in space. The spacecraft is slated for launch in in 2034. New Scientist reports: LISA will be made up of three identical satellites orbiting the sun in ...
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When is a server a hyper-server? When it bundles V12N, RHEL, Gluster and Ansible Red Hat's having a crack at a hyperconverged software stack.…
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Zuckerberg preaches connectivity gospel, sends faithful to do good works Analysis Mark Zuckerberg's given Facebook a new mission statement: “To give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together', in the process rediscovering The Social...
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Danger, Will Robinson! Autonomous space robots are going to be key to making new discoveries and exploring the furthest reaches of our Solar System and beyond, according to NASA scientists.…
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There's an opening and good will to use it, says Ecuadorian foreign minister Ecuador's foreign minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa says the country is working with the UK to find a way for Julian Assange to leave its embassy.…
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