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#FCC won’t vote on #NetNeutrality in #Novemberhttp://bit.ly/2hfBpa3
The FCC will not be voting this November on the adoption of the “Restoring Internet Freedom” rule that would roll back 2015’s Net Neutrality rules, contrary..
Tech companies face scrutiny from Congress over data sharinghttp://engt.co/2zJUxnd
Tech companies are about to get some hard questions over how they use and share user data.
Google Home can now Cast HBO and CBS Shows
Google has expanded the ability Google Home got last week of being able to send YouTube to a TV nearby to now include HBO Now and CBS. You can now instruct Google Home to start playing shows from HBO, CBS, or The CW on a nearby Chromecast or Android TV. Simply say “Play Breaking Bad” and specify
How to Unsend a Message on WhatsApphttp://bit.ly/2gOlGl1
Whatsapp users with fingers moving faster than their brain will be happy to know the company’s rolling out a new feature that lets you retract that last message, and wipe it from the conversation. Right now the feature is rolling out to certain users, according to The Next Web.
Neural Network Serves Up Truly Frightening Halloween Costume Ideas
#AI #NeuralNetworks #halloweenhttp://bit.ly/2yTPeCJ
Life is stressful enough, without having to come up with an original Halloween costume. This year, leave your anxieties behind and wow everyone with a truly unique ensemble—generated by an AI. “I wanted …
Are enterprise hard drives more reliable than mainstream models? Report says no
A recent study issued by cloud service provider Backblaze reports that hard drives built for data centers aren’t more reliable.
‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’ Review
#gaming #review #AssassinsCreed
Assassin’s Creed Origins doesn’t rely on the series strengths, and fails to create new ones. Read why in our review.
The 13 Xbox One backward-compatible Xbox games available now
#XBox #XBoxOne #gaminghttp://bit.ly/2yVj23K
Thirteen original Xbox games are now playable on Xbox One. Here’s the list of Xbox One backward-compatible Xbox games and how to secure them.
#iPhoneX launch day preorders sell out in a flash
Earlier this morning, preorders for the iPhone X went live on Apple’s website. It was something iPhone fans have been looking forward to since September, but as many of us expected, you had t…
These sites pay users actual money for sharing insightshttp://bit.ly/2zIex9V
Companies paying users for their contributions could upend the way we think about user-generated content – and upend the online economy.