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Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret - The New York Times
The millions of dots on the map trace highways, side streets and bike trails — each one following the path of an anonymous cellphone user. One path tracks someone from a home outside Newark to a nearby Planned Parenthood, remaining there for more than an hour. Your Apps Know Where You Were Last Night, and They’re Not Keeping It Secret
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Do I really need to get out the soldering-iron again? - Naughty Computer
So I had this idea that it would be nice to listen to music when I get home from work everyday, so I put all my ripped music onto my phone, and I bought some good quality over-ear headphones. Do I really need to get out the soldering-iron again?
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Nasa's Voyager 2 probe 'leaves the Solar System' - BBC News
The Voyager 2 probe, which left Earth in 1977, has become the second human-made object to leave our Solar System. It was launched 16 days before its twin craft, Voyager 1, but that probe's faster trajectory meant that it was in "the space between the stars" six years before Voyager 2. Nasa's Voyager 2 probe 'leaves the Solar System'
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6 hours ago by Agiza
Prions, Nearly Indestructible and Universally Lethal, Seed the Eyes of Victims - Scientific American Blog Network
It was probably only a matter of time until someone connected the dots. Prions – infectious proteins -- had turned up in the eyes of victims of prion diseases. Prions, Nearly Indestructible and Universally Lethal, Seed the Eyes of Victims
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16 hours ago by Agiza
Facial recognition: It’s time for action - Microsoft on the Issues
Skip to content This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. Facial recognition: It’s time for action
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3 days ago by Agiza
Goodbye, EdgeHTML - The Mozilla Blog
Microsoft is officially giving up on an independent shared platform for the internet. By adopting Chromium, Microsoft hands over control of even more of online life to Google. This may sound melodramatic, but it’s not. Goodbye, Edge HTML
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4 days ago by Agiza
Bloomberg - Are you a robot?
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5 days ago by Agiza
Canada arrests Huawei’s global chief financial officer in Vancouver - The Globe and Mail
Canada has arrested the chief financial officer of China’s Huawei Technologies who is facing extradition to the United States on suspicion she violated U.S. trade sanctions against Iran. Canada arrests Huawei’s global chief financial officer in Vancouver
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Stripe Atlas: Guide to scaling engineering organizations
At Stripe, we think a lot about scale. As we’ve scaled our products to process billions of dollars a year for millions of businesses, we’ve also needed to scale our engineering team. There’s a temptation for fast-growing companies to build their engineering team as quickly as possible. Stripe Atlas: guide to scaling engineering organizations
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Facebook chief's emails exposed by MPs - BBC News
The UK's parliament's fake news inquiry has published a cache of seized Facebook documents. The correspondence - which includes internal emails sent between members of the social network's staff - were obtained from the chief of a software firm that is suing the tech giant. Facebook's seized files published by MPs
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Why Do Hospitals Hate Sleep So Much? – Mother Jones
I’ve been hospitalized once in my life, four years ago, and ever since then a very specific question has rattled around my brain, fruitlessly seeking an answer: Why are hospitals designed to allow patients as little sleep as possible? Why Do Hospitals Hate Sleep So Much?
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6 days ago by Agiza
Google’s cross-platform Flutter UI toolkit hits version 1.0 – TechCrunch
Flutter, Google’s UI toolkit for building mobile Android and iOS applications, hit its version 1.0 release today. Google’s cross-platform Flutter UI toolkit hits version 1.0
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Google personalizes search results even when you’re logged out, new study claims - The Verge
The amount of personalization inherent in any one of Google’s many massive software products runs deep, based on everything from your search history to your location to every single search link you might have clicked. Google personalizes search results even when you’re logged out, new study claims
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What we learned from 3 years of bra engineering, and what's next
Three years ago, I quit my job as a software engineer and made the switch from engineer to bra-engineer and entrepreneur. I had a problem with bras, and I founded Bra Theory to build a better bra with an empathetic and mathematical approach. What we learned from 3 years of bra engineering, and what’s next
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Samsung used my DSLR photo to fake their phone’s “portrait mode” - DIY Photography
Earlier this year, Samsung was busted for using stock photos to show off capabilities of Galaxy A8’s camera. And now they did it again – they used a stock image taken with a DSLR to fake the camera’s portrait mode. Samsung used my DSLR photo to fake their phone’s “portrait mode”
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Announcing Open Source of WPF, Windows Forms, and WinUI at Microsoft Connect(); 2018 - Windows Developer BlogWindows Developer Blog
At Build 2018, I outlined our approach to helping you be more productive when developing apps, including the introduction of .NET Core 3.0. We also started decoupling many parts of the Windows development platform, so you can adopt technologies incrementally. Announcing Open Source of WPF, Windows Forms, and WinUI at Microsoft Connect(); 2018
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