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Apple just took a shot at Facebook’s web-tracking empire

Apple just took a shot at Facebook’s web-tracking empire

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For years, Facebook’s sneakiest data-collector has been the “Like” button. Any site that wants Facebook traffic needs one, which means they’re just about everywhere. And in order to work right, the button needs to log you in — which is to say, it needs to know who you are. How else would Facebook know who […]

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BlackBerry Key2 leaks just days before announcement

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The next BlackBerry phone is supposed to be announced later this week, but thanks to VentureBeat reporter Evan Blass, we’re getting an early look at it. The new phone is called the BlackBerry Key2, and leaked images make it look like a refined version of the KeyOne, with a subdued gray and black appearance, fewer […]

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Google Lens is now available as a standalone app

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Google has released a standalone Lens app in Google Play so now you can have yet another way to access the feature if your Android device doesn’t currently offer it. The Lens app has the same functionality as Google Lens does elsewhere: it uses artificial intelligence to deliver information about captured images, such as of […]

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Gigabyte Enters Memory Market with AORUS RGB LED RAM

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GIGABYTE is entering the desktop memory market with a new kit of AORUS-branded RGB LED RAM. The AORUS RGB LED memory is a dual-channel 16GB (2 x 8GB) kit of DDR4-3200 with a CAS latency of 16-18-18-38 running at 1.35V. Memory compatibility is listed as cross-platform with Intel X299, Z200/Z300 as well as AMD X399 and all AM4.  […]

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The 6 biggest highlights from Apple WWDC 2018

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Apple kickstarted its annual WWDC event today with a keynote led by CEO Tim Cook, where he introduced all the latest in iOS 12 and updates coming to the new macOS. The keynote this year comes off of a quieter season for Apple; the company just had a press event back in March for its […]

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Apple is redesigning the Mac App Store in macOS Mojave

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Apple is finally overhauling the Mac App Store in macOS 10.14 Mojave, featuring an all-new design inspired by the similarly redesigned App Store introduced on iOS 11. The new design has a central Discover feed just like on iOS, with featured stories on curated apps selected by Apple and with rich content and autoplay videos. […]

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Apple will let developers port iOS apps to macOS in 2019

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Macs and iOS devices have been getting closer and closer to each other in terms of functionality, and now Apple is bridging that gap with an announcement that the company will be making it easier to port iOS applications over to macOS at its WWDC developer conference. Apple has already been testing its new frameworks, […]

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MacOS Mojave update announced with dark mode, redesigned App Store, Apple News, and more

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The next version of macOS will be called Mojave and will come with a bunch of new features including a dark mode, more organizational options, and desktop versions of several iOS apps. Apple CEO Tim Cook said Mojave’s new features are “inspired by pro users, but designed for everyone.” The new version was announced today […]

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YouTube is still restricting and demonetizing LGBT videos — and adding anti-LGBT ads to some

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YouTube’s track record with LGBT creators isn’t great. Last year, YouTubers such as Rowan Ellis, Tyler Oakley, Stevie Boebi, and NeonFiona spoke up about their content being hidden, demonetized, or age-gated. YouTube responded with posts in April and May of 2017 that said their system sometimes makes mistakes “in understanding context and nuances,” that Restricted […]

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ASUS Announces a Complete Lineup of 802.11ax Routers

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ASUS has announced a family of new routers designed to satisfy the ever-increasing bandwidth demands of the modern household. ASUS unveiled the ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 (ASUS says is the world’s first tri-band 802.11ax router), the RT-AX88U (more conventional dual-channel design), and the AX6100 WiFi System purpose-built for creating your own mesh network supporting AiMesh. ROG […]

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