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Of Napster and Netflix: Analysts debate the double-edged sword of digital media distribution

Disruptive media startups are jazzing the old order of established companies at this week’s NAB Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. But both camps agree that the internet’s open environment can be an ally or a foe. The convergence of media, entertainment and technology, known as The M.E.T. Show More Summary

White-hat hackers: Finding security gaps before the bad guys

While many developers and IT security professionals have long been likely to have something of a background in hacking, today’s deeper levels of online connectivity, as well as the influence and abilities of those connected systems,Show More Summary

Delete Destinations from Toyota Navigation System?

I was given a Toyota Corolla as a loaner for a few weeks while my car was being worked on, and have to turn it in and get my car back. Good! But I want to remove all the addresses I entered in the GPS navigational nav system. How do I delete all the previous destinations? The post Delete Destinations from Toyota Navigation System? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.

Is the entertainment industry the next home for data science?

Data science has a place beyond the tech field. Entertainment, for example, can benefit by measuring the moods and taste of a fickle audience. As studios invest hundreds of millions into their movie projects, even a slight advantage can make a huge difference in returns. Show More Summary

T-Mobile's all-in bet on unlimited pays off - CNET

The carrier's move to eliminate all options except for its T-Mobile One unlimited data plan didn't slow its momentum down.

LinkedIn now has more than 500M registered users

LinkedIn announced today that it has reached more than 500 million registered users on its social network for professionals. LinkedIn stopped publishing its own quarterly earnings reports after it was acquired by Microsoft Corp. last...Show More Summary


If you’re looking for an alternative to, CleanMail looks like a good choice: Here at CleanEmail, we are committed to your security and privacy. In short: we don’t keep, sell, or analyze your data for the purposes beyond our public features. Show More Summary

Bing Shopping Campaigns Adds Search Term Reports at Product Level by @MattGSouthern

Bing Ads is rolling out new features to Bing Shopping Campaigns designed to enhance feed management and optimization. The post Bing Shopping Campaigns Adds Search Term Reports at Product Level by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

The Gentlemen’s Journal’s Ranking of Bond Cars

Not a bad list, but I would move the Toyota 2000GT from You Only Live Twice up to to number 3, and I would have put the Aston Martin V8 from The Living Daylights on the list. ?


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Cloud is tops for agility but must ‘spin down’ large-scale storage cost, says Sundance Institute

Agility? Check. Efficiency? Check. Cheap Storage? Eh. The cloud may have a lot going for it, but its storage cost might need to come down for some companies with permanently expanding data, such as the Sundance Institute. Sundance has...Show More Summary

Google to Automatically Display Local Reviews in Your Native Language by @MattGSouthern

Going forward, Google will automatically translate local reviews into your native language. The post Google to Automatically Display Local Reviews in Your Native Language by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

Apple IDs, AirPods, and APFS: What’s New in iOS 10.3?

Apple has released iOS 10.3, and you may find yourself asking, “What makes it worth the update?” Turns out there are quite a few new features to make it worth your while. There’s a new way to manage your Apple IDs all in one place, find my iPhone now includes support for AirPods, and there are new Siri and Carplay features. Show More Summary

One for the Thumbs

Jason Snell, writing at Six Colors: Siskel and Ebert had it right. The two critics were forced to provide star ratings for their newspapers, but when they created heir own TV movie-reviews show, they famously boiled the whole hing down to thumbs up and thumbs down. Show More Summary

Apple Cuts Affiliate Commissions on Apps and In-App Purchases

John Voorhees, reporting for MacStories: Today, Apple announced that it is reducing the commissions it pays on apps and In-App Purchases from 7% to 2.5% effective May 1st. The iTunes Affiliate Program pays a commission from Apple’s portion...Show More Summary

How to Use Excel’s Flash Fill and Auto Fill to Automate Data Entry

Excel is great when you’re working with vast amounts of data and you need to keep things organized. However, entering that data into your document and formatting it correctly can often be very time-consuming. Fortunately, Microsoft designs Excel with this kind of task in mind, and there are various features you can use to accelerate the process. Show More Summary

Half of Google’s First Page Results are HTTPS, According to Moz by @MattGSouthern

Moz reports the number of HTTPS results on Google’s first page has risen from 30% to 50% over a period of 9 months. The post Half of Google’s First Page Results are HTTPS, According to Moz by @MattGSouthern appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

New: LinkedIn Launches Matched Audiences by @MrDannyGoodwin

LinkedIn Matched Audiences gives advertisers three new targeting tools: website retargeting, account targeting, and contact targeting. The post New: LinkedIn Launches Matched Audiences by @MrDannyGoodwin appeared first on Search Engine Journal.

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