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Startup Netsil introduces ‘Google Maps of microservices applications’

Startup Netsil Inc. is coming out of stealth mode today with a monitoring and visualization platform for cloud applications that enables DevOps teams to see all services and their dependencies on a network without the need for additional coding. Show More Summary

Uber could be facing a massive license fee hike in London

Uber Technologies Inc. could be looking at paying £2.9 million (about $3.9 million) to continue its operations in London. This would be a significant increase from the £2,826 the city’s transport regulator, Transport for London, charged the ride-hailing giant in 2012. Show More Summary

Department of Justice launches criminal probe into share trading by Equifax executives

In another blow for hacked consumer credit reporting agency Equifax Inc., the U.S. Department of Justice has opened a criminal investigation into $1.8 million in stock sales made by three Equifax executives in the days prior to the public disclosure of its hack. Show More Summary

Think all the good affiliate niche ideas are already taken? — think again

Whether you are experienced and thinking of ways to monetize a new blog or website or a newbie – picking a niche when it seems all the good ideas (or keywords) are snapped up can be a challenge. Sure, competition in affiliate marketing is fierce and you can be left feeling there is no room or way in for you. Show More Summary

'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' golden cast runs in circles - CNET

Despite Colin Firth, Channing Tatum and Julianne Moore, this star-studded spy sequel doesn't quite earn its license to kill.

Samsung releases Dez Bryant Galaxy Note 8 ad with bad timing - CNET

Commentary: After the Washington Redskins' Josh Norman mocks the Cowboys receiver in a Note 8 ad, Bryant responds. But on a day when his Cowboys are crushed.

IBM launches cloud data migration service to rival AWS Snowball

Playing catch up to its main cloud rivals, IBM Corp. yesterday launched a competing physical cloud mass data migration service, designed to rival similar offerings from Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform.Show More Summary

Facebook: We don’t always 'get things right the first time' - CNET

The social network’s head of design talks about people misusing its products. He also fields questions about Snapchat Stories and Alexa.

Equifax reportedly suffered a hack earlier than disclosed - CNET

Credit-reporting firm says "incident" in March was unrelated to massive hack revealed earlier this month.

John Chambers says he’ll step down from Cisco’s board in December

Cisco Systems Inc.’s former chief executive officer and current executive chairman John Chambers (pictured) will stand down from the company’s board of directors in December, its been revealed. Chambers, who served as CEO from 1995 to...Show More Summary

Google: How to Move From Separate Mobile URLs to One Responsive URL by @MattGSouthern

Google is continuing its campaign toward a responsive internet with advice on how to migrate separate mobile URLs into one. The post Google: How to Move From Separate Mobile URLs to One Responsive URL by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Use Google to Find E-Books At Your Local Libraries by @MattGSouthern

Google has introduced a new feature that allows users to find e-books in stock at their local libraries. The post Use Google to Find E-Books At Your Local Libraries by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

The Courage of Embracing the Notch

Marco Arment: Apple just completely changed the fundamental shape of the most important, most successful, and most recognizable tech product hat the world has ever seen. That’s courage. It is. But as I wrote when Phil Schiller used the word to explain why they removed the headphone jack last year, that took courage too. Show More Summary

Pepe the Frog's creator goes after the alt-right - CNET

Artist behind co-opted cartoon issues a flurry of cease-and-desist orders and DMCA takedown notices.

Look up! The moon is in very rare formation right now - CNET

In the latest lunar rarity since August's total solar eclipse, the moon is busy covering for a half dozen other heavenly bodies in a single day.

PixelCut’s Ultimate Guide to iPhone Resolutions

Helpful illustrated guide to the relationship between points, rendered pixels, and display pixels on all iPhones, including the upcoming iPhone X. They also have a nice illustration specific to the X. ?

Microsoft Adds Fake News Fact-Checking to Bing

Microsoft is jumping on the fake news bandwagon, adding a “Fact Check” label to Bing. Facebook enacted a crackdown on fake news months ago, and Google soon followed suit. And now, Microsoft is joining the party. And you’ll soon see the fruits of these labors in Bing search results. Show More Summary

The EFF Withdraws from the W3C Over Support for DRM

Cory Doctorow, in an open letter from the EFF to the W3C: In our campaigning on this issue, we have spoken to many, many members’ representatives who privately confided their belief that he EME was a terrible idea (generally they used stronger language) and their sincere desire that their employer wasn’t on he wrong side of this issue. Show More Summary

TVAddons: A Law Firm is Not Spying on Our Kodi Users

Earlier this year, domains owned by third-party Kodi addon platform TVAddons were transferred to a law firm. This prompted concerns, in what was then an information black hole, that something nefarious was underway. While it's clearShow More Summary

OCBC Expands Banking API Portfolio

The Oversea-Chinese Banking Corporation Limited (OCBC) announced its latest API: the GIRO API. According to the Singapore-based bank, the latest release brings its open API portfolio to 43. GIRO, short for General Interbank Recurring Order, is an automated electronic payment service that allows billing companies to debit money from accounts for bill payment.

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