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  • Why scientists want AI regulated now before it\’s too late

    Why scientists want AI regulated now before it\’s too late0

    Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla (TSLA) and Space X, recently sounded the alarm that murderous artificial intelligence-powered robots could one day rampage through American neighborhoods. And the only way to stop them, he said, is to begin regulating AI before it destroys us all. Musk’s warnings that AI poses an “existential threat” may have been a bit dramatic, but

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  • Amazon launches a social network for spending money

    Amazon launches a social network for spending money0

    Amazon (AMZN) is virtually everywhere you look at this point; from your nightstand, to your refrigerator and, of course, your smartphone. And now the company is launching its own kind of social network called Amazon Spark. Available Tuesday for Amazon Prime members using the company’s iOS app, Spark is a Pinterest-like service that lets users

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  • How Washington is throwing away its shot at protecting your privacy0

    When Congress killed Federal Communications Commission rules that would stop internet providers from selling your browsing history to advertisers, supporters of that move told upset internet users to cheer up. Now, they all said, we could finally protect your privacy everywhere online! Instead of having rules that constrained only internet providers while letting sites and

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  • Live updates from Apple\’s developers conference

    Live updates from Apple\’s developers conference0

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  • Sprint doesn’t want you to buy your next phone

    Sprint doesn’t want you to buy your next phone0

    Sprint (S) would like you to get one number out of your mind when you shop for a phone: its price. Instead, the nation’s fourth-biggest carrier wants you to consider leasing — and not just to get the high-end phones it previously reserved for such programs. Its new Flex option covers every phone it sells.

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  • Microsoft Surface Laptop review: A great notebook with one small flaw

    Microsoft Surface Laptop review: A great notebook with one small flaw0

    The back-to-school shopping season is just around the corner, and Microsoft (MSFT) is hoping its new Surface Laptop will be the computer you or your child brings to the classroom. Starting at $999, the Surface Laptop is Microsoft’s attempt to fight back against the growing popularity of Google’s (GOOG, GOOGL) low-cost Chromebooks and Apple’s (AAPL)

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  • 8 Strangest Apps for Mobile Devices

    8 Strangest Apps for Mobile Devices0

    Thanks to the rising popularity of mobile devices, there is a great number of applications available for downloading at the stores like Google Play and App Store. Developers are doing serious work by creating apps that make our life easier and funnier. However, not all apps are entirely useful, some of them are really strange

  • Security and Trust: Let’s Question Voluum

    Security and Trust: Let’s Question Voluum0

    We all know by now that the Voluum tracking platform causes a lot of buzz in online marking since 2013. For many affiliates, it became a tracker of choice because of its innovative solutions, simple design, and ease of use. There is no doubt that they provide premium service (both service’s and pricing updates demonstrate

  • Top 7 Web Browsers Ranked From Best to Worst

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    The world of web-browsing is now so extensive and diverse that anyone can choose one of the many available browsers to use. At the beginning of the Internet age, there were only two main pieces of web-browsing software—Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. Only one of them is still functioning. There are so many various

  • Future Is Already Here: 8 Technologies That Were Predicted in Sci-Fi Books

    Future Is Already Here: 8 Technologies That Were Predicted in Sci-Fi Books0

    Science-fiction books let you imagine what exactly might the future of humankind look like in a certain decade or century. But most of the popular sci-fi books were written at the beginning of the 20th, or even in the 19th century. And in most cases, the future they tried to describe is already here. Curiously,

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