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Microsoft announces new resources to reduce hate speech

Microsoft today pushed out in a blog post for users of its consumer services new resources to reduce hate speech. Users will now be able to communicate directly with the company to report hate speech, and petition for reinstating content...Show More Summary

Microsoft announces new resources to reduce hate speech

Today, Microsoft pushed out new resources to reduce hate speech in a blog post for users of its consumer services. Users will now be able to communicate directly with the company to report hate speech, and petition for reinstating content...Show More Summary

Microsoft is launching a new dedicated web form for reporting hate speech

Microsoft today announced a new dedicated web form for reporting hate speech on their hosted consumer services, and a separate web form for requests to reconsider and reinstate content. Jacqueline Beauchere, Microsoft Chief Online Safety...Show More Summary

Best Buy Beats The Competition And Gains Momentum

In a very tough category, consumer electronics, Best Buy is thriving. Best Buy’s better than anticipated second quarter 2016 sales and earnings report reflects its focus on controlling what it can control. Aggressive marketing is also making a difference. The company was able to beat the competition by establishing leadership [...]

Report For State Insurance Commissioners Offers Options To Improve Drug Access

15 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

As prescription drug costs continue to rise, ensuring that consumers have access to the drugs they need is a growing concern. Insurers blame the drug companies for high prices while drug companies bla...

Repeated Windows 10 and Windows 10 Mobile update issues can cost Microsoft consumer trust in the long term

Microsoft’s Windows 10 – dubbed the last Windows by the firm and reporters covering Windows – is facing a crisis of sorts with regards to upgrades, updates and the smooth operation thereof. With Windows 10, Microsoft has implemented auto-updates for users on both its desktop and mobile ecosystems, removing power from the hands of the […]

Coffee cravings may be in your DNA

A new study has found that your DNA could be responsible for your coffee cravings. The researchers analyzed genetic data from over 1,200 people in Italy who had to report how much coffee they consume throughout the day. The researchers … The post Coffee cravings may be in your DNA appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.

Chronicled Launches First-Of-Its-Kind Open Registry For Internet Of Things

by Angela Guess A new press release reports, “Chronicled, Inc., a San Francisco-based technology company, has launched an Open Registry for IoT, signaling a major step forward in the growth and interoperability of the consumer Internet of Things. Show More Summary

After failing dunk tests, Samsung announces fix for Galaxy S7 Active 'manufacturing problem'

The Samsung Galaxy S7 Active failed Consumer Reports and CNET dunk tests, revealing a manufacturing problem. Samsung will replace defective phones, but only if they fail for you.

Report: Consumers Are Mostly Not Buying Or Renting Digital TV Shows

“46 percent of consumers have ever bought or rented a digital movie or TV show, according to GfK’s recent Home Technology Monitor. In contrast, 86 percent of consumers have rented or bought a DVD or Blu-ray in the past, and 78 percent have done so with a VHS tape.”

Team-by-Team NFL Rookie Class Report Card Heading into Preseason Week 3

There's just too much action to consume in August. While the regular season is about wins and losses, with narratives that fit each team, the preseason is largely about individuals. At this point in the summer, each of the 32 NFL franchises has a 90-man roster, and tracking nearly 3,000 players is a tough task for anyone. Show More Summary

That 400% EpiPen Price Hike Could Hit Your Wallet Even If You Don’t Need One

News of EpiPen price increases have been in the news following reports that the medication is retailing for as much as $500 a pop. Now, Sen. Chuck Grassley is concerned that the hike may hit consumers elsewhere - in the wallet come tax time.

iPhone 6 'Touch Disease' Threatens Consumer Trust In Apple

A damning report from iFixit confirms widespread, failing touch screens, and Apple has refused to to acknowledge the problem.

How the AP Spun the Story About the Clinton Foundation

This is why it's important to be vigilant in how we consume the news as it's reported.

Bridget Carlisle: Tennessee Mom Consumed Cocaine While Her Toddler Was Pinned Between Bed And Wall, Arrested

Police officials from Nashville, Tennessee have arrested a woman for child neglect and other related charges after one of her babies was found pinned between a bad and a wall as she sniffed cocaine. According to a report by ABC 7 affiliate WJLA News, the woman, later identified as 33-year-old Bridget Carlisle was allegedly found... Show More Summary

Doubling the battery power of consumer electronics using lithium metal batteries

MIT News has a report on "new lithium metal batteries could make smartphones, drones, and electric cars last twice as long" - Doubling battery power of consumer electronics. Founded in 2012 by MIT alumnus and former postdoc Qichao Hu...Show More Summary

Voice UI and intelligent assistants: trends to watch out for next

Earlier this year, a report from Consumer Intelligence Research partners (CIRP) pegged the sales of Amazon’s Echo at more than 3 million units.

Disney Streaming Into A Perilous Future

The Internet is changing the way people consume media. That’s why Disney istaking stepsto ensure it has a plan B if the current cable TV model falls apart. Following an in-line earnings report last week, MouseCo announced a strategic investment in BAMTech, the 15-year-old streaming technology company that grew out of [...]

Here’s another reason not to trust TV news reports about election polls

Many news consumers know by now to take any single election-year poll with a grain of salt. Because of sampling variation and the vagaries of survey research, the best approach is to focus not on individual polls but on polling averages. Our research suggests yet another reason not to overreact to news stories about the […]

One-third of UK internet users have taken a ‘digital detox’

The 2016 Communications Market Report from Ofcom has shed some fresh light on the latest behavioural trends of UK consumers and how they are connecting with traditional and digital media.

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