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Welcome to another packed week of new iOS game releases! We are furiously refreshing the App Store in search of the iPad version of Darkest Dungeon, but it hasn't launched in time for this post. Rest assured we'll let you know the moment it hits. There are a couple of other games we're waiting on,

Crunch Report | Galaxy Note 8 Makes Its Return

We get a look at SpaceX’s Spacesuit, Galaxy Note 8 makes its return, a recap of YC Demo Day 2 and Apple’s latest iPhone could come on September 12th. All this on Crunch Report. Read More

Facebook brings its AR, VR, and consumer hardware teams closer together

Consumer hardware is increasingly becoming part of Facebook’s plans for the next decade, and that shift has led to a change in the social network’s executive ranks. Veteran executive Andrew Bosworth will now lead Facebook’s augmented reality, virtual reality, and consumer hardware initiatives, a Facebook spokesperson informed VentureBeat today. Show More Summary

Report: Organizations are clamouring for open-source technology skills

Open-source technology skills are becoming highly sought after as organizations fight among themselves to attract the talent they need to take advantage of these trends. That’s according to the Linux Foundation’s new 2017 Open Source...Show More Summary

Are Popular Social Media Accounts more Likely to Get Targeted by Hackers?

Hacker attacks are nothing new – yet they seem to have evolved in terms of focus and impact, as recent devastating malware attacks like WannaCry and Petya have demonstrated. Everybody is a target nowadays, but the trend does not stop at large companies and tech giants. It seems that cybercriminals may also show particular fondness […]

Google may unveil new Pixel handsets on Oct. 5 - CNET

6 hours agoTechnology : CNET: News

Second-generation Android phones to sport Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836, according to noted leaker Evan Blass.

99 percent of microbes in your body are completely unknown to science

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Whenever you feel lonely, just remember: you're always carrying several hundred trillion friends with you. A dizzying number of microbes call the human body home, and it turns out that science knows very little about most of them. In...Show More Summary

MMORPG gamers warned about the spread of dangerous new trojan downloader

Gamers are being warned that a dangerous newly-discovered trojan downloader is being bundled with popular online games downloaded from third party sites. Dubbed “Joao” by researchers at security firm ESET spol. s r.o, the trojan wasShow More Summary

Exxon Acknowledged Climate Change Internally But Still Spread Denialist Propaganda

A Harvard study released Tuesday analysed 40 years worth of documents from Exxon Mobil, concluding that the fossil fuel titan has, since 1979, internally acknowledged that carbon emissions are responsible for climate change, even as it has spent thousands over the years publicly denying the global consensus. Show More Summary

The Live-Action Teen Titans Series Has Found Its New Starfire And She's A Big Deal

At some point in 2018, we can expect to see a live-action Teen Titans on Warner Bros' brand-new digital streaming service. Today, we learned who'll be playing the show's incarnation of Starfire, and the news of her casting has an importance that can't be understated. More »      

Google's next Pixel phones will be unveiled on Oct 5

Google's next Pixel devices will be announced on October 5. According to @evleaks, the next Google Pixel phones will be unveiled at an event held on October 5. The first generation phones were announced on October 6, 2016, so the upcoming...Show More Summary

Do the Robot: 1000 bots boogie into the record books

6 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

A new Guinness World Record was recently set in China when 1,069 simultaneously completed a choreographed dance routine. This was the third time in twelve months the world record for "most robots dancing simultaneously" has been broken... Continue...Show More Summary

Verizon is even screwing up landlines now

It's a bad week to work in Verizon's PR department. Yesterday, the company announced that it's making its Unlimited plans far worse, with new confusing options, price hikes for good service, and video throttling for everyone. But it's...Show More Summary

Heartland Tech Weekly: The risk of letting tech jobs cluster

On Monday, I wrote about a new report that found that Detroit’s highest-paying jobs are becoming increasingly clustered in the city’s downtown and midtown neighborhoods — areas where techcompanies like Twitter and Microsoft have or will soon have outposts. A reader commented it sounded like a case of not being able to please everyone. After all, more high-paying […]

Network operations monitoring startup Forward Networks raises $16M

Network operations monitoring startup Forward Networks Inc. has raised $16 million in a Series B round that was led by DFJ that included Andreessen Horowitz and A.Capital Ventures. Founded in 2013, the company offers a platform that provides network visibility, policy verification and change modeling. Show More Summary

House GOP bungles attempt to compare tax code to Legend of Zelda

Factual error has since been fixed on GOP site, but perhaps not the flawed logic.

DIY Electric Beach Luge is a Thrill

[John Dingley] describes his Electric Beach Luge Project as an exciting mashup between “a downhill luge board, a kite surf buggy, a go-kart, and a Star Wars Land Speeder” and it’s fresh from a successful test run. What’s not to like?...Show More Summary

Apple refreshes News Publisher with new dashboard, fonts, and more

6 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

Apple has today updated its News Publisher with a fresh design across the iCloud based media manager. more…

James Damore Case Could Spawn More Legal Headaches for Google

Fired Google engineer and his lawyer say others claim discrimination for political views

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