Archive | July 2017

Online terrorism debate heads to Silicon Valley – CNET

British Home Secretary Amber Rudd will ask tech giants to do more to remove online terrorist content. But how much more can they realistically do?

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Amazon suspends sales of Blu phones due to privacy concerns – CNET

Following a report that some Blu phones use an app that collects your data, Amazon has made them unavailable on its site.

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Spotify now twice as big as Apple Music – CNET

With over 60 million paying users, Spotify doubles the amount of Apple Music’s paid subscriptions. Not to mention the millions of freemium users it has.

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Nvidia rolls out external GPU support for Nvidia Quadro – CNET

Watch Nvidia’s partners for workstation-class USB-C/Thunderbolt enclosures.

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Hands-off the wheel: The next step in self-driving cars – Roadshow

In the next few years, your car will be able to handle the majority of highway driving, but how will it let you know when to take over? Bosch has an idea.

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Origin PC launches powerful and thin Max-Q laptops – CNET

The Origin PC EVO15-S and NT-15 Quadro laptops are (relatively) thin and light, but their powerful performance comes at a heavy cost.

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This is what an aurora looks like on Saturn – CNET

The glowing phenomena happens on other planets, too. NASA’s Cassini spacecraft recently spied Saturn’s version.

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