‘Private’ and ‘hidden’ mean different things to Facebook

Facebook’s leadership made a pretty heavy-handed indications this year that it believes Facebook Groups are the future of the app, they announced all of this alongside their odd declaration that “The future is private.” Now,

iCloak Stik Aims To Put Robust Online Privacy In The Hands Of The Many, Not The Few

Meet iCloak Stik: a plug and play device that’s being designed to make robust online privacy accessible to the many not the few — by enabling an average computer user to route their browsing via the Tor or I2P anonymizing networks so it can’t be tracked. Read More

Kibo iOS App Lets You Hide Messages In Your Messages

Just when you thought the wonderful world of digital messaging couldn’t get any more rich and layered, along comes another app to prove there are more ideas in the digital sphere than can be contained within the average web user’s philosophy… Just don’t call Kibo a messaging app.

Mark Zuckerberg Will Donate Massive Fortune to Own Blinkered Worldview

In a savvy PR maneuver, today Mark Zuckerberg used the birth of his daughter Max to advertise to the world the fact that he’s decided to give away 99% of his Facebook shares (roughly $45 billion today) to charity (over the course of the rest of his life, not all at once). It sounds angelic,

So Long #Gamergate. What Did You Teach Us?

The hashtag is still going, as are the fervent speculations and plans for operations on 8chan and Reddit, but the movement that is #Gamergate is dead. But what, if anything, did it teach us? Read More

The “right” to be removed from Google: what the big EU decision means and the reaction so far

A "right to be forgotten" ruling has surprised lawyers and the tech industry, and alarmed the media. Here's a Q&A to what it means, and a guide to further coverage.

Path Looks To Combine Commerce And Messaging With TalkTo Acquisition, Release Of New ‘Talk’ App

It’s been a rough year for private social networking app Path. The company has seen faced disappointing growth in many major markets, layoffs, and the departure of some key execs over the last twelve months. But while Path has largely remained quiet,

How to Use a Fake Name on Facebook Without Getting Flagged

Facebook has always had a policy of requiring users to supply their real name on the site. Enforcement has been lax, but there's still a risk of getting caught. Here's how to fly under the radar if you need to.Read more...

How To Buy Your First Hunting Rifle

Want to start hunting? First, you'll need to buy a quality rifle and learn how to shoot it. Here's how to get the most bang for your buck. Read more...

More Questionable Things The Republicans Said About Defense At Last Night's Debate

Last night’s Republican Presidential Debate was focused mainly on the economy, although there was a segment in the middle when the moderators turned to foreign policy and military affairs. As always,

The Server Needs To Die To Save The Internet

Do we have the Internet we deserve? There’s an argument to say that yes, we absolutely do. Given web users’ general reluctance to pay for content. We are of course, paying. Just not with cold hard cash,

Palantir’s reference price values it at roughly $16 billion

Palantir is preparing for its public debut tomorrow morning on the NYSE after 17 years, and now we are getting some data on how the company’s shares are being valued by investors. NYSE announced that the the company, which will be traded under the ticker PLTR, will have a reference price of $7.

Daily Crunch: Amazon lets you pay with your palm

Amazon unveils a new biometric ID technology, the Biden campaign takes aim at Facebook and iRobot’s co-founder joins a robotic gardening startup. This is your Daily Crunch for September 29, 2020. The big story:

Spin workers just ratified their first union contract

A group of 40 workers at Ford-owned Spin just successfully ratified their first union contract. This comes after this group of shift leads, maintenance specialists, operations specialists, community ambassadors,

Amazon launches a virtual tours and experience platform, Amazon Explore

Amazon today is launching a new service called Amazon Explore that allows customers to book live, virtual experiences led by local experts. The experiences may be focused on creativity, learning DIY skills, taking virtual tours of far-off places or cultural landmarks, or, in some cases,

Ford drops the price of its all-electric Mustang Mach-E to stay “fully competitive”

Ford has slashed the price of its upcoming all-electric Mustang Mach-E crossover by as much as $3,000 as the automaker seeks to stay competitive in an increasingly crowded and unsettled sector of the automotive market. The price reductions,

Serious injuries at Amazon fulfillment centers topped 14,000, despite the company’s safety claims

As Amazon‘s biggest shopping day of the year approaches, a new report reveals that the company’s investments in automation and safety have not stemmed surging numbers of serious injuries in the company’s warehouses and fulfillment centers.

Duolingo CEO explains language app’s surge in bookings

Language learning apps, like many educational technology platforms, soared when millions of students went home in response to safety concerns from the coronavirus pandemic. It makes sense: Everyone became an online learner in some capacity, and for non-frontline workers,

Pandora opens up podcast submissions to all creators

The battle for podcasters among music streaming services continues. A day after Spotify announced the launch of its podcast analytics dashboard, Pandora is today expanding its own podcasting efforts with the arrival of a self-service online hub for creators.

Google’s new ‘Assignments’ software for teachers helps catch plagiarism

Just in time for the new school year, Google’s educational arm, Google for Education, today announced the launch of new tools aimed at helping teachers fight plagiarism. The company this morning is unveiling Assignments, an updated version of the software previously known as CourseKit,

With $40 million in funding and a $200 million valuation, will the only museums be Museums of Ice Cr

Call the rollers of big rounds, The well-capitalized ones, and have them back makers of rooms themed like concupiscent curds. Let the influencers gather in the styles they love to wear, and let other startups throw away their term sheets like last month’s newspapers. Let be be finale of seem.

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诺基亚发广告:应用数量不再是WP绊脚石

目前许多智能手机用户都会认为,Windows Phone 平台的应用数量远远无法与 iOS 以及 Android 平台的相比,但是诺基亚方面并不这么认为。日前在接受采访时诺基亚高管也曾经强调过这个问题。  

Fundbox Looks to Streamline the $74 Trillion B2B Invoice Market

Fundbox, a startup aimed at streamlining the cash flow between businesses, has raised $17.5 million in Series A funding round led by Khosla Ventures and is sporting some impressive names in the field of finance, including former Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit.

“娜”时代结束:都是膝损伤惹的祸

今日,女网“一姐”李娜正式宣布退役,她在自己的微博发表了很长的退役告别信,信中称自己退役的主要原因是经过四次手术和上百次注射治疗后仍不能继续“工作”的膝关节。

签了协议不出资,蚂蚁金服对内蒙君正提起仲裁

余额宝运营方天弘基金的股东之间发生法律纠纷和争执,由于内蒙君正没有缴纳与蚂蚁金服当时协议中约定的出资额,蚂蚁金服日前已将天弘基金的另一个股东内蒙君正告上了仲裁委,强力要求内蒙君正缴纳当时协议中约定的出资额。

钢铁电商里的“京东”和“阿里”,哪种模式更优?

今年两会期间,李克强总理在政府工作报告中提到互联网的频率明显增加了,并且首次提出要制定“互联网+”的行动计划,互联网产业,已经越来越引起国家高层的重视。

别等了!告诉你为什么要换掉五年前的PC

北京2015年11月24日电 /美通社/ -- 随着Intel发布第六代酷睿处理器,PC市场迎来了一波新品小高潮,比如微软Surface Pro 4、戴尔XPS 15、惠普ENVY 13等,但依然有很多人要坚持用自己的老电脑,今天我们来讲一讲,这四五年的发展到底给PC带来了什么进步,以及为什么你要换掉那个old man!

都是锂电池惹的祸 美航企禁止电动平衡车上飞机

据美联社报道,美国三大航空公司将禁止携带或托运电动平衡车(hoverboards),因为其采用的锂电池有火灾隐患。达美航空、美国航空和美联航12月10日宣布将将禁止携带或托运电动平衡车,而捷蓝航空的禁令已经实施。

哈利波特忠實粉絲!將家中樓梯下改造為哈利的房間

一位國外的網友 Courtney Bonnet 在去年六月時搬進新家,她義無反顧的就將家裡樓梯下面的空間改造為 Harry potter 在小說中一模一樣的房間,這間哈利波特住了四年的地方,當然也很講究,牆壁用報紙貼滿,鋪上軟墊和抱枕,屋主期望自己的小孩也能享受這個秘密空間,利用這個空間閱讀哈利波特系列小說。閱讀全文

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