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Bodhi Linux 4.2.0 Ubuntu-based operating system now available

Bodhi is an interesting Linux distribution thanks to its lightweight nature. If you have an older PC that isn’t particularly powerful, the operating system could breath new life into it. Unlike some other distributions that are light on resources, Bodhi is

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Crunch Report | 2017 Internet Trends Report

Mary Meeker’s 2017 Internet Trends Report is released, Elon Musk draws his line with Trump, Nest’s newest smart camera, Nest Cam IQ, is released and Samsung’s Bixby personal assistant is reportedly running a little late on its release. All this

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How sales took Ysiad Ferreiras from gang violence in the Bronx to Silicon Valley

 Silicon Valley has very few executives that have a LatinX background, and today’s Breaking Into Startups Episode features a young Dominican from the Bronx named Ysiad Ferreiras that survived gang violence, became an engineer, and is now the VP of Sales for a company called Hustle. Read

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Why UK businesses can’t take full advantage of Office 365

The advantages of Office 365 are being hindered by poor connectivity, bandwidth and latency issues, according to new reports coming out of Zscaler. As it turns out, Office 365 is a great service with many benefits which businesses all over

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Uber’s head of finance is leaving

 Uber’s head of finance, Gautam Gupta, is leaving the company in July, the Wall Street Journal reports. Gupta’s plan is to join another San Francisco-based startup, but it’s not clear what that startup is. News of his impending departure comes

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Senators ask FBI to look into FCC’s cyberattack claims

 The FCC claimed earlier this month that the comment system by which people can weigh in on the proposal to kill net neutrality had been on the receiving end of a distributed denial-of-service attack. Today, a group of Senators asked

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Psoriasis sensor gets under peoples’ skin

When doctors assess the inflammatory skin disease psoriasis, they generally do so via a visual examination of the red, scaly patches on the skin’s surface. This can be subjective, however, plus it doesn’t take into account what’s going on at

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Psoriasis sensor gets under peoples’ skin

When doctors assess the inflammatory skin disease psoriasis, they generally do so via a visual examination of the red, scaly patches on the skin’s surface. This can be subjective, however, plus it doesn’t take into account what’s going on at

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Wacom unveils two new Bamboo styluses — ‘Ink’ for Windows 10 and ‘Sketch’ for iOS

Drawing and writing on a computer are both important features for creative types, but not everyone has the need. If you do have the need for a quality stylus, however, both Windows 10 and iOS are optimized for such things.

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Bluetooth device brings the noise – to your helmet

Not only is it unsafe to wear earbuds while cycling or riding a motorbike, but it’s also a hassle to fit those buds on underneath your helmet. That’s why Ahead was created. It gets mounted on the outside of any

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Bluetooth device brings the noise – to your helmet

Not only is it unsafe to wear earbuds while cycling or riding a motorbike, but it’s also a hassle to fit those buds on underneath your helmet. That’s why Ahead was created. It gets mounted on the outside of any

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The cost of cyber attacks will rise to $8 trillion in five years

Cyber attacks will cost businesses across the world $8 trillion in the next five years, according to a new Juniper Research report. Just to put things in perspective, India’s entire GDP crossed $8 trillion two years ago. The report says

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The pleasure and the pain of the accessible smart home

 People like to point to 1989’s Back to the Future II as presciently showing technologies that exist today. Video conferencing, for example, was futuristic 28 years ago, but people FaceTime all the time nowadays. The film even predicted the Chicago Cubs

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Uber blew through $1 million a week in an effort to make UberPool viable in San Francisco

 New documents leaked to BuzzFeed demonstrate yet again what Uber is willing to do to beat the competition at any cost. In the summer of 2015, Uber was trying to make Pool work. The success of Pool, its service that

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Essential Phone vs. Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

Andy Rubin, co-creator of Android, launched the Essential Phone in an attempt to offer something new and elegant in the smartphone market. Here’s how its specs and features compare to those of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, which are

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Essential Phone vs. Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+

Andy Rubin, co-creator of Android, launched the Essential Phone in an attempt to offer something new and elegant in the smartphone market. Here’s how its specs and features compare to those of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+, which are

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Bitdefender Home Scanner checks your network devices for vulnerabilities

Bitdefender has released Bitdefender Home Scanner, a free tool which scans your wireless network, identifies connected devices and checks them for vulnerabilities. The program claims to spot devices with poorly encrypted or insecure authentication, weak login credentials and “hidden back

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OnePlus 5 will be ‘the thinnest flagship phone’ says CEO

OnePlus CEO Pete Lau has just let a little more slip about the upcoming OnePlus 5. According to a Weibo post by the company founder, the OnePlus 5 will be “the thinnest flagship phone” when it launches later this summer.

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Trump Says Sleeping Only Four Hours a Day Not Affecting His Ability to Cljjryff

WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Donald J. Trump tweeted early Wednesday morning that his practice of sleeping only four hours a day was having no impact whatsoever on his ability to cljjrff. See the rest of the story at newyorker.com Related:Trump Is

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Congressional Daydreams

Senator Rand Paul imagines that he sponsors and passes legislation to abolish the I.R.S. once and for all. Then he demolishes the I.R.S. headquarters, brick by brick, with his bare hands. See the rest of the story at newyorker.com Related:Daily

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