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Apple users in the EU can now download all the info the company has on them

Apple users in the EU can now download all the info the company has on them

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Apple has launched a privacy portal where users can download all of the information and data the company has that’s associated with their Apple ID. The portal allows you to receive information including: your activity on the App Store, iTunes Store, iBooks Store, and Apple Music; your activity at Apple’s online store and retail stores; […]

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Assessing Cavium’s ThunderX2: The Arm Server Dream Realized At Last

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A little less than 2 years ago, we investigated the first Arm server SoC that had a chance to compete with midrange Xeon E5s: the Cavium ThunderX. The SoC showed promise, however the low single-threaded performance and some power management issues relegated the 48-core SoC to more niche markets such as CDN and Web caching. […]

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Comcast says it will bid on Fox, in attempt to block Disney acquisition

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Comcast really wants to own 21st Century Fox. The company announced today that it’s planning and is in the “advanced stages of preparing” an offer for Fox in the hopes that it’ll reject Disney’s existing bid to acquire the company’s entertainment arm. Comcast says: “Any offer for Fox would be all-cash and at a premium […]

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Facebook Marketplace now lets you hire plumbers and cleaners

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Facebook is launching a new home services feature in its Marketplace section for US users. Marketplace is a separate commerce section on Facebook that allows users to connect with one another to buy, sell, and give away items. Recently, it’s even added a functionality to search for a home rental or buy a car. With […]

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The FBI inflated the number of encrypted phones linked to crime

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The FBI inflated the number of encrypted phones connected to crimes that it did not have access to, according to a report by The Washington Post. The FBI repeatedly claimed to Congress and the public that it did not have access to nearly 7,800 devices linked to criminal investigations last year, though the true number […]

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Machine learning is helping computers spot arguments online before they happen

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It’s probably happened to you. You’re having a chat with someone online (on social media, via email, in Slack) when things take a nasty turn. The conversation starts out civil, but before you know it, you’re trading personal insults with a stranger / co-worker / family friend. Well, we have some good news: scientists are […]

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Lyft will spend $100 million on new driver support centers

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Lyft announced today plans to spend $100 million on a network of new driver “hubs,” where ride-sharing drivers can get low-cost oil changes, basic maintenance on their vehicles, and car washes, as well as access to “clean bathrooms.” The new investment is part of Lyft’s effort to lower costs for its drivers, who as independent […]

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Vivo teases a true all-display phone with pop-up camera for June 12th

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The New HTC U12+ Smartphone Hands On

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After the latest deal with Google on personnel, the next flagship out from HTC is the U12+, succeeding the squeeze-focused U11 and U11+ from 2017. For this generation HTC will only launch a single model called the U12+, rather than a U12 now and another one later, with the company citing that it felt too […]

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HTC announces U12 Plus with pressure-sensitive buttons and sides

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