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Swiss Copyright Law Proposals: Good News for Pirates, Bad For Pirate Sites

As Switzerland tries to amend copyright law in a way that will appease copyright holders without alienating the public, a new draft compromise is on the table. While it will remain legal for people to download or stream pirated content privately, webhosts will be required to reject pirate sites while operating a takedown, staydown mechanism. Show More Summary

How to Delete Games on Xbox One

Looking to remove some games from your Xbox One? With launch systems only having a 500GB hard drive, and some games requiring 50GB or more space, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll run out of space. It’s a good idea to buy an external hard drive for your Xbox One to avoid this problem, but that won’t help in an emergency situation. Show More Summary

How to Right-Click on a Mac Trackpad

Unlike trackpads on Windows machines, right-click functionality is enabled on a Mac’s trackpad by default. But sometimes it might go awry. Maybe you’re having issues with your trackpad, or perhaps you’ve accidentally disabled the setting and can’t figure out how to turn it on again. Show More Summary

Apple’s latest patent application hints at future foldable iPhone

A foldable device could be on the horizon for Apple Inc. after the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office published a patent application from the tech giant. This isn’t the first time we’ve heard about a possible foldable iPhone. It emerged last month that Apple was reportedly working with LG Corp. Show More Summary

YouTube increases efforts to stamp out creepy videos aimed at children

Following numerous reports on how decidedly creepy content aimed at children is getting past YouTube’s filters the platform has once again vowed to take action. The videos in question depict real children’s cartoon characters, such as Peppa Pig, involved in vulgar or violent acts. Show More Summary

Launching of – Graphic Design Making Tool

If you’ve ever tried to find help to make the perfect custom graphics for your site, social media page, or web store, you know that finding the right graphic designer is a challenge. Sometimes the top talent is far too expensive or two complex and artsy for your project. Those who are affordable might be […] Original post: Launching of – Graphic Design Making Tool

Samsung to open new research center focused on AI and machine learning

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. is stepping up its artificial intelligence game with the opening of a new research center focused on machine learning. The move is timely as Samsung is generally perceived to be trailing its rivals when it comes to AI. Show More Summary

Net neutrality and exclusivity of ISPs

People are getting more vocal about net neutrality because there's a PR campaign to get people to rally behind the cause of the tech companies, which is ridiculous. People would never fall for it if it were Exxon or the NFL intead of Google or Facebook. Show More Summary

VMware says it won’t support its virtualization stack on Microsoft Azure

Virtualization giant VMware Inc. has hit out at Microsoft Corp.’s effort to steal some of its customers away, saying it won’t provide support for those who run its software stack on the Azure cloud. The statement follows Microsoft’sShow More Summary

Tesla just built the world's largest battery, thanks to a bet - CNET

The lithium-ion battery in South Australia will be energised within days, all thanks to a Twitter bet between two billionaires.

YouTube Targets Inappropriate Videos for Kids

YouTube has a new problem to solve, and this time it involves inappropriate or exploitative videos aimed at children. YouTube is taking steps to tackle the problem, and it’s starting by removing dozens of channels and thousands of videos from the site. Show More Summary

Daily API RoundUp: Dialogflow, Erudus, Binance

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.

'Stranger Things' Erica offers snarky Thanksgiving advice - CNET

The surprise hit character of season 2 has some choice responses to serve up to your nosy family members.

15 Awesome Star Wars Props You Can 3D Print

With a new episode of Star Wars around the corner, the force is strong within all of us. But man, the merchandise costs big bucks. Here’s a neat hack: you can download and print these 3D printable props for free! Of course, you’ll need access to a 3D printer for these. Show More Summary

How Much Faster is the iPhone X’s ‘Telephoto’ Lens Than the iPhone 7 Plus’s?

Dan Provost: I also used the manual camera app Halide to get an ISO and shutter speed reading at the various light levels, and came to the conclusion that the iPhone X requires roughly 2 fewer stops of light before switching to the telephoto lens, as compared to the iPhone 7 Plus. Show More Summary

FCC Unveils Plan to Repeal Net Neutrality Rules

Brian Fung, reporting for The Washington Post: The Federal Communications Commission took aim at a signature Obama-era regulation Tuesday, unveiling a plan that would give Internet providers broad powers to determine what websites and...Show More Summary

CNBC’s Google Pixel Buds Review

Todd Haselton, writing for CNBC: There’s nothing I recommend about the Pixel Buds. They’re cheap-feeling and uncomfortable, and you’re better off using the Google Translate app on a phone instead of trying to fumble with the headphones while trying to translate a conversation. Show More Summary

3 Reasons Why You Need to Work on Your Blogging Mindset

As within, so without. The success you see on the outside reflects your inner world. The energy you choose to vibe at reflects back to you through: your level of success your level of failure your experiences As a pro blogger I had a helluva time embracing this idea. Show More Summary

Google will launch a new cloud region in Hong Kong next year

There may be more to Google Inc.’s latest cloud expansion than what immediately meets the eye. In a blog post published on Wednesday, the technology giant revealed plans to bring its infrastructure-as-a-service platform to Hong Kong sometime next year. Show More Summary

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