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Microsoft releases Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Build 16291 to the Fast ring

The release date for the next big Windows 10 feature update is drawing ever closer, and Microsoft is working hard to get it as complete and polished as possible. Today sees the release of the latest Fall Creators Update build

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EggXYt is bringing gene-editing to poultry farms to save chicks and resources

 When it comes to poultry farming, the dudes aren’t really that useful. The market is split up into broilers and layers, i.e. chickens for people to eat and chickens that lay eggs. Hens are obviously the only egg-layers but they’re

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Hulu’s new look and Live TV service go live on Roku

 Good news, Hulu subscribers with a Roku. (Or bad news, maybe, if you’re not a fan of Hulu’s big makeover.) The streaming service announced today its new Live TV service is now available on the Roku platform, including Roku streaming

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Get ‘Linux Networking Cookbook’ ($17 value) FREE for a limited time

Move beyond the basics of how a Linux machine works and gain a better understanding of Linux networks and their configuration. The Linux Networking Cookbook is a hands-on solution guide to building, maintaining, and securing a network using Linux. What

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BT will open cybersecurity center in Australia

BT is set to launch its first cybersecurity R&D center outside of the UK with the opening of a new hub in Sydney. The office will focus on developing security services than can be deployed both locally and across the

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Adblock Browser 2.0 for iOS adds Ghost Mode for the ultimate in anonymous private web browsing

Adblock Plus is about more than just its eponymous software — the company also produces Adblock Browser. Now version 2.0 of the secure, private mobile web browser has been released for iOS and it introduces a wealth of new features.

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Aire security drone roams the home on its own

Security cameras that let you check in on your home using your phone are common enough these days, but how many of them can fly? Billed as a smarter home monitoring system, Aire is a self-flying robot that can be

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Aire security drone roams the home on its own

Security cameras that let you check in on your home using your phone are common enough these days, but how many of them can fly? Billed as a smarter home monitoring system, Aire is a self-flying robot that can be

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Google Cloud’s Natural Language API gets content classification and more granular sentiment analysis

 Google Cloud announced two updates this morning to its Natural Language API. Specifically users will now have access to content classification and entity sentiment analysis. These features are particularly valuable for brands and media companies For starters, GCP users will

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Google’s search app now makes suggestions of other things to read

 Google’s search app for iOS is today introducing a feature that will keep users browsing the web, instead of exiting back to their homescreen to use other mobile application. The app is being updated to include a “related content” section

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Vincent Callebaut envisions futuristic eco-resort in the Philippines

Regular readers are likely familiar with Vincent Callebaut Architectures. The Paris-based firm continues to refine its unique take on sustainable architecture with its latest concept, the Nautilus Eco-Resort. Envisioned for the Philippines, the ambitious project would include rotating buildings and

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Vincent Callebaut envisions futuristic eco-resort in the Philippines

Regular readers are likely familiar with Vincent Callebaut Architectures. The Paris-based firm continues to refine its unique take on sustainable architecture with its latest concept, the Nautilus Eco-Resort. Envisioned for the Philippines, the ambitious project would include rotating buildings and

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Why China Won’t Pressure North Korea as Much as Trump Wants

Evan Osnos writes about the evolving relationship between China and North Korea, and about the ways the United States still misunderstands it. Go to Source

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Bot Band Rocks Out With Their Sprockets Out

Truck drivers, doctors, accountants, and salespeople aren’t the only jobs intelligent robots may one day co-opt. Nigel Stanford last week debuted “Automatica,” the title track from his upcoming “Robots vs. Music” album. Don’t […] The post Bot Band Rocks Out

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How To Use Bind-mounts And Symlinks On Linux

There are a lot of mundane things on Linux that a lot of users don’t think much of that are incredibly useful. When new users learn how to use these mundane, boring little tricks, they become better Linux users. Bind-mounts

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Lauren Greenfield Photographs Wealthy Wannabes

New ICP exhibition ‘Generation Wealth’ delves into the age-old question: more money, more problems?

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Microsoft adds Confidential Compute to Azure cloud platform

Microsoft has revealed a major new addition to its Azure cloud platform, aimed at keeping user data safe. The feature, called Confidential Compute, will make sure the data is being encrypted even when it’s being computed on in-memory. So far, it’s

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Obama’s Wall Street Allies Defend Post-Presidency Ties

Since he left office, Obama has given speeches at $400,000 each and stacked the Obama Foundation with Wall Street executives.

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What to Say Instead of “Sorry”

Harris Mayersohn writes a humorous list of ways to say “thank you” instead of apologizing. Go to Source

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Facebook’s new AI research lab opens in Montreal

Facebook is opening another AI research lab as it looks to expand its artificial intelligence capabilities. The company’s fourth dedicated AI lab is following the footsteps of Google and Microsoft by being located in Montreal, Canada. The lab, which will

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