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Facebook Inc. launched a Snooze feature today that lets users hide annoying friends and pages from their news feed for 30 days. Snooze allows users to mute their Facebook friends without having to unfollow or unfriend them permanently. The...Show More Summary
Google is bringing Google Assistant to even more smartphones, and, for the first time, tablets too. This means that even if you own an older Android handset or budget Android handset you should still be able to start using Google Assistant. Show More Summary
Augmented-reality dancing hotdogs are only a few clicks away.
Apple Inc.’s new powerful iMac Pro went on sale this week and to coincide with the launch, the company has released an updated version of Final Cut Pro X, its video-editing app. Final Cut Pro 10.4 includes support for 360-degree virtual...Show More Summary
Lawmakers from the three states say they will fight to preserve net neutrality after FCC votes down Obama-era rules.
Trading in bitcoin futures on the Cboe Global Markets exchange was halted briefly on Wednesday as investor interest switched from bitcoin to alternative cryptocurrencies, some of which hit new record highs. The automatic two-minute halt kicked in after the price of XBT.1 January 2018 bitcoin futures dropped to a low of $16,230 at 1:39 p.m. Show More Summary
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman today asked for a postponement of the net neutrality vote after an investigation revealed that more than 2 million comments made to the Federal Communications Commission were bogus. Schneiderman’s...Show More Summary
Commentary: On Rotten Tomatoes, audiences don't love the new "Star Wars" movie like the critics do. The results are similar on Metacritic too.
A state agency doesn't take a firm stance on whether cell phones are dangerous, but it offers recommendations on reducing risks.
If you're like most people, you probably have a substantial library of favorite movies on DVD. That works great, except the newest generation of computers don't have DVD readers and even if yours still has an optical drive, you're completely...Show More Summary
In this installment of CNET's Show Us Yours, we give you a peek into Ivan's pad. He's an artist, record company owner and an audiophile with a deep love of music.
The Audiophiliac goes deep into the music with the Pro-Ject Classic SB turntable.
It's called 3200 Phaethon. It's as big as a small town. And it's flying by your place this weekend.
Every day, the ProgrammableWeb team is busy, updating its three primary directories for APIs, clients (language-specific libraries or SDKs for consuming or providing APIs), and source code samples.
I spent 15 seconds poring over the pop up opt in form. Then I closed it out. I never returned to the blog. The blog content looked promising. I dug the title of the blog post. The domain name sounded enticing. Up my alley. All checks marked, across the board. Show More Summary
I have a reminder app on my phone, but is there a good utility for reminders on my Windows 10 computer? The post Best Reminder App for Windows? Cortana! appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
I’ve decided to stop serving on non-profit boards. I used to have a rule that I’d only serve on three non-profit boards at a time. I let this get out of control and found myself on eight non-profit boards with a commitment to join a ninth one. During our Q4 vacation last month, Amy and... Read more The post Ending My Service On Non-Profit Boards appeared first on Feld Thoughts.
University College London, the third largest in the UK with an annual income of £1.3 billion, is offering a massive trove of copyrighted content to the public. In addition to hundreds of Hollywood and international movies, servers at...Show More Summary
Sometimes I watch the news just to pass the time. I'm reading stuff on my iPad, playing a game, thinking, making dinner, whatever, and I have the news on in the background. Usually it's MSNBC, but sometimes they're too loud or insipid...Show More Summary