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Halo Top: Eat the Ice Cream

This is one of the best commercials I’ve ever seen. The less you know about it going in, the better. ?

Mystery of the Day

Mara Bernath, reporting for Bloomberg: Swiss prosecutors are trying to figure out why someone apparently attempted to flush tens of thousands of euros down the toilet at a Geneva branch of UBS Group AG. The first 500-euro ($597) bills...Show More Summary

Amazon Web Services one-ups rivals with per-second cloud pricing

Hoping to stay ahead of hard-charging rivals in cloud computing, Amazon Web Services Inc. today said that starting next month, it will start charging for its computing services by the second. Competitors such as Google Cloud Platform...Show More Summary

ScaleIO tries to answer vSAN and HCI snafus with one stretchy solution

Hyperconverged infrastructure, or HCI — with its commodity hardware packaged with software-defined storage — departs radically from traditional siloed data center architectures. Vendors banging on about how revolutionary and disruptive HCI is may not realize that that is precisely the problem for some holdouts. Show More Summary

Gainsight’s formula for SaaS customer success may turn it into a unicorn

A $52 million investment earlier this year has put customer success startup Gainsight Inc. closer to the rarefied air of a $1 billion valuation. That a company with a business model based on making other firms successful might achieve...Show More Summary

Why It’s Cheaper to Build a Gaming PC Than Buy the Latest Console

The war between the “PC master race” and console fanatics rages on. More often than not, it comes down to price. But is it suntil cheaper to build a gaming PC than buy a video game console? Yes, but with some caveats. The simple act of buying one or the other shows that a console will cost as much, if not less than a PC. Show More Summary

Private cloud goes up a level via HCI and public cloud on-ramp

Private cloud environments are gaining new powers thanks to hyperconverged infrastructure, or HCI, and public-cloud compatibility. These infusions are making private clouds easier to manage and enabling the agility and elasticity ofShow More Summary

Company and regulators form Token Alliance to tame the blockchain ICO industry

The Chamber of Digital Commerce, a blockchain advocacy group, announced today the formation of the Token Alliance, an industry-led initiative to promote and shape the responsible growth of token and digital asset sales. The focus ofShow More Summary

New York proposes stricter regs following Equifax hack - CNET

Gov. Andrew Cuomo wants heftier security requirements for credit reporting agencies to better protect consumer data.

Word up! Troll, ransomware, alt-right added to dictionary - CNET

Pass the sriracha and consult the hive mind, there are now 250 more words and phrases you can look up at Merriam-Webster.

No Windows or Mac for Me: 8 Reasons Why I Only Use Linux

Free and open source desktops are great, but they aren’t exactly popular. Many people don’t know they exist, and among those that do, many still also use commercial operating systems. Even among my fellow Linux writers here at MakeUseOf, only a couple of us exclusively use Linux at home. Show More Summary

Branded Content Proves Valuable As A Traffic Source For Financial Sites

The boom in credit card use may be due to banks' willingness to offer people with the highest credit rating more money or consumers who feel better about the economy and would rather use plastic than PayPal or some other form of direct cash payment service.

Report Says Red Sox Used Fitbit, Not Apple Watch, in Sign-Stealing Scheme

The Score: The device used by the Boston Red Sox in their infamous sign-stealing controversy has been revealed as a Fitbit product, according to a major-league source of Nick Cafardo of the Boston Globe. Though Fitbits are used as aShow More Summary

Lara Croft has a freaky neck in this 'Tomb Raider' poster - CNET

A new "Tomb Raider" movie poster inspires Twitter jokes about giraffes, E.T. and video game mishaps.

You'll have to wait for Venmo-type Apple payments - CNET

iPhone and iPad users can get iOS 11 on Tuesday. But the peer-to-peer Apple Pay feature won't come till later this fall.

See the Punisher's brutal fighting skills in Netflix teaser - CNET

A group of heavily armed men is no match for Frank Castle in a teaser for the upcoming series "Marvel's The Punisher."

Google: Top Ranking Factors Change Depending on Query by @MattGSouthern

Contrary to popular belief, Google says there are no top 3 ranking factors that apply to all web pages. The post Google: Top Ranking Factors Change Depending on Query by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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