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Facebook secures deal to stream Champions League matches in Latin America

Facebook secures deal to stream Champions League matches in Latin America

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Facebook has secured the rights to broadcast UEFA matches in much of Latin America, the association said yesterday. This can give Latin American soccer fans the chance to tune into their favorite sport without the need to pay to watch on their local TV station. The contract includes a free live stream of both the […]

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Australian teen stole 90 gigabytes of private data from Apple servers

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A Melbourne, Australia teenager is facing criminal charges after accessing Apple’s backend network multiple times over a year, according to Australian newspaper The Age. He apparently did this out of love, his lawyer says, because he admired the company and “dreamed of” working there. He managed to download 90GB of “secure files” and customer accounts, […]

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Sony tops full-frame camera market in US ahead of Nikon’s big announcement

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Sony has officially surpassed Canon to lead the full-frame camera market in the United States. The company claims to have taken a lead “in both dollars and units” sold. But it likely won’t have too much time to rest on its laurels, given that Nikon is expected to be looking to muscle in on Sony’s […]

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The new MoviePass plan has arrived, and it’s weird

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The embattled film-subscription service MoviePass launched its promised new subscriber plan today, the one it previously announced would replace its existing standard one-movie-ticket-per-day plan. As predicted, the new plan is meant to allow subscribers to see three movies per month for a $9.95 subscription fee. But it also adds unexpected new restrictions: according to an […]

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GIGABYTE’s Cavium ThunderX2 Systems: 1U R181-T90 and 2U R281-T91

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GIGABYTE’s server division has started sales of its first servers based on Cavium’s ThunderX2 processors with up to 32 cores. Being among the primary companies to begin selling machines powered by these CPUs, GIGABYTE offers a lineup of two servers designed for cloud and HPC applications.  GIGABYTE’s family of ThunderX2 servers currently includes two machines: the […]

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Google is developing native hearing aid support for Android

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For the most part, Bluetooth hearing aids have been easily compatible with iPhones, but Android fragmentation has made it difficult for hearing aid manufacturers to provide support to Android devices. Now Google is working to bring native hearing aid support for streaming on Android. streaming android on your hearing aid will be easier Google announced […]

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Twitter officially kills off key features in third-party apps

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After years of warnings and several delays, Twitter finally made good today on its promise to kill off key features of popular streaming apps. In a blog post today, Twitter said it would remove access to APIs needed to power push notifications and an auto-refreshing timeline. Rob Johnson, a director of product, said Twitter would […]

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Dark Horse is losing its Buffy the Vampire Slayer comics

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Earlier this summer, Disney got the approval it needed to move forward with its plans to acquire 21st Century Fox’s entertainment assets, allowing it to add franchises like Alien, X-Men, and others to its vast library of holdings. Now there’s an indication that that transfer is underway: Fox is pulling Dark Horse’s license to publish […]

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Pokemon Go launches parental login portal for more oversight of young players

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Pokémon Go is getting some better parental control options in the near future, with developer Niantic adding a new Niantic Kids log-in platform that will let parents better manage their children’s privacy in the augmented-reality app. Niantic Kids adds a new portal that gives parents the option to review and approve their kid’s in-app permissions […]

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Dark mode comes to the latest version of Android Messages

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The next version of Android Messages brings an updated look, and more importantly, the ability to change to dark mode. The interface is a little bit cleaner and strips out some of the color and dull gray backgrounds in favor of a whole lot of white. There’s also now a toggle to ‘enable dark mode,’ […]

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