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Twitter says Russian propaganda more widespread than estimated - CNET

The social network will email more than 600,000 users in the US who saw tweets from Russian-linked accounts during 2016 election. Adds Dark Web and Broadcast Data to its API, an advanced data crawling API service provider, has added dark web and broadcast data to its API. The Dark Web Data Feed allows cyber security companies and researchers to monitor TOR network activity and provides programmatic access to anonymized web content available on TOR (The Onion Router). Show More Summary

Get to know the CNET family: Q&A with Katie Collins - CNET

Meet our UK reporter who loves CNET so much she worked for our site twice!

Tim Cook: I keep my tween nephew away from social networks - CNET

Commentary: Speaking to students in the UK, the Apple CEO also says learning coding is more important than learning a foreign language.

Google Implements Stricter Criteria for YouTube Monetization by @MattGSouthern

Google is implementing stricter criteria for YouTube users to meet before they’re eligible to run ads on videos. The post Google Implements Stricter Criteria for YouTube Monetization by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Instagram Now Shows Your Activity Status By Default

Instagram has quietly introduced a new feature to the app which means people can see when you were last active on Instagram. On the flipside, you can now see when other people were last active on Instagram. This feature is enabled by default, but it’s easy to disable it. Show More Summary

Augmented reality in 2018: Smart glasses emerge as the big battleground

The magic of augmented reality is that we can don a pair of glasses and see things other people cannot see, overlaying the world we live in with holograms and virtual objects and allowing us to see abstract ideas visually. But with the...Show More Summary

Komprise embraces role as an invisible data housekeeper

Every enterprise today has data, but how much of it is really needed on a daily basis? Chances are good that the answer is not much, yet the challenge of managing all of that data in an effective, unobtrusive and cost-efficient manner is an ongoing concern. Show More Summary

Open Letters: Dean Allen on His Mother’s Wedding

Open Letters was a site that ran in the latter half of 2000. Contributions were from anyone. There were small, collaborative projects like Open Letters all over the web back then. It was good. Dean Allen’s letter was great: Dear Dad, So Mom got married yesterday. Show More Summary

Google AdWords App Lets Users Add Keywords On the Go by @MattGSouthern

An update to the Google AdWords app lets advertisers add, remove, and edit keywords from their mobile device. The post Google AdWords App Lets Users Add Keywords On the Go by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Amazon Alexa on Android can now find the best restaurants near you - CNET

Thanks to an upcoming update, you can ask Alexa for restaurant and movie recommendations nearby.

The Best White Noise Machine for Canceling Distractions

Does sound distract or keep you awake? A white noise machine can help. Most people use noise-canceling headphones to dampen sounds. But there’s another option that doesn’t require wearing bulky earcups: white noise (a random audio signal with differing frequencies and equal intensities) does the same job. Show More Summary

All Aboard, Google Express Predictions

The Google Express marketplace will become a major push for Google in 2018, as it attempts to compete with Amazon and connect its AdWords advertising platform more closely with deliveries. Late last year the company integrated the service into Google Assistant and tied-in retailers such as Target.

Cloud and smartphone big dogs battle for everyday AI

It’s one thing to connect an “internet of things” device to a network; it’s quite another to link a menagerie of devices — in the car, the kitchen, the basement, wrapped around a person’s wrist — together. This is the feat Samsung Electronics Co. Show More Summary

Are You Living in Blogging Fantasyland?

This morning I broadcast a video on Facebook Live. 5 minutes after wrapping up the video I read this email in my inbox. Note; I receive such emails regularly….. A blogger who I did not know – and did not bother to even address me by name – wanted me to give him a backlink on my blog. Show More Summary

NSA surveillance programs live on, in case you hadn't noticed - CNET

Lawmakers renew spy programs that collect massive amounts of global communications with little fuss. Privacy advocates say secrecy led to limited debate.

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