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Thursday, August 16, 2018
Checked 5:10 AM; Last Updated 5:55 PM CDT; 22:55 GMT


General Interest
  • "Diablo III's Switch version leaked ahead of official unveil, coming '2018': Rival outlets suggest Forbes jumped the gun on a Thursday embargo." Ars Technica 5:55 PM
  • "Chrome Canary speeds up browsing with partial page loads" Engadget 3:35 PM
  • "Children 'at risk of robot influence'" BBC 1:28 PM
  • "How Rude Humanoid Robots Can Mess With Your Head" Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 1:28 PM
  • "T-Mobile is giving customers a free year of Pandora Plus" The Verge 12:26 PM
  • "T-Mobile is completely overhauling how its customer service works" The Verge 12:26 PM
  • "T-Mobile's next 'Un-carrier' target: Customer service" ["'We're getting rid of the old broken customer service model that has frustrated people for decades,' Sievert said. 'Instead of investing in avoiding customers, we are investing in serving customers.'"] GeekWire 10:40 AM
  • "Verizon's 5G sales pitch: Free TV" CNNMoney 10:21 AM
  • "Google One Cloud Storage Now Open For All With Value-Priced Plans" HotHardware 3:52 PM
  • "Google is making Wear OS app quality guidelines mandatory" Android Police 3:23 PM
  • "Google releases a searchable database of US political ads" TechCrunch 2:15 PM
  • "Google may launch a smartwatch-focused AI fitness coach" Engadget 1:51 PM
  • "Google Assistant and Google Home won't work properly if you completely disable Google's location tracking" Business Insider 1:51 PM
  • "Google One now publicly available, new Google Store perks coming soon" 9to5Google 12:26 PM
  • "Google One is now open to all" TechCrunch 10:00 AM
  • "First Snapdragon 850 Benchmarks Disappoint" Thurrott 9:33 AM
  • "If you want to record calls in Android 9 Pie, you'll need to root your phone" BetaNews 10:56 AM
  • "Android 9 Pie puts an end to third-party call recording apps" Android Police 9:12 AM
  • "Adobe fixes critical code execution flaws in latest patch update" ZDNet 8:49 AM
  • "DeepMind's neural networks can analyse eye scans for disease in seconds" V3 8:44 AM
  • "FBI warns banks about cyber attackers' plans for global 'ATM cash-out'" V3 8:44 AM
  • "Samsung reveals 5G and 4G Exynos Modem 5100, a single chip for phones" VentureBeat 8:26 AM
  • "China Stops Approving New Games for Sale" PC Magazine 8:50 AM
  • "Asian game developers hit by renewed concerns over China outlook" Financial Times [Paid Membership Required] 8:25 AM
  • "Wi-fi could be used to detect weapons and bombs" BBC 8:15 AM
  • "Mystery Russian satellite's behaviour raises alarm in US" BBC 8:14 AM
  • "Cryptojacking attacks: One in three organisations say they've been hit with mining malware" ZDNet 8:08 AM
  • "Defcon hacking challenge swings a sledgehammer at unlucky computers: Whatever you do, don't roll a 4." CNET 8:07 AM
  • "How tech is keeping one critically endangered desert fish alive" [Video] CNET 8:07 AM
  • "Chinese internet giant Tencent suffers a rare profit drop" TechCrunch 7:52 AM
  • "How a wily Californian beat Google and Facebook's influence operation: Alistair Mactaggart's longshot initiative turned into one of the nation's strictest data privacy policies" The Verge 7:45 AM
  • "Twitter finally admits Alex Jones violated its rules, hits him with a 7-day ban" Business Insider 7:57 AM
  • "Twitter puts Infowars' Alex Jones in the 'read-only' sin bin for 7 days" TechCrunch 7:51 AM
  • "Twitter suspends Alex Jones for a week" The Verge 7:44 AM