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TechNN Archive: Tuesday, May 15, 2018


General Interest
  • "Yes, HTC is working on a 'blockchain phone'" TechCrunch 5:51 PM
  • "Verizon names LA as second city for 5G" CNET 6:16 PM
  • "Verizon once had big plans to compete with Amazon's cloud juggernaut — now it's a big Amazon cloud customer" Business Insider 1:40 PM
  • "Kaspersky Is Moving Some of Its Operation From Russia to Switzerland to Win Back Trust" Gizmodo 11:17 AM
  • "Adobe sends out second wave of security updates for critical vulnerabilities" ZDNet 7:03 AM
  • "Mining malware hides in Facebook tags and messages - Video" ZDNet 5:56 PM
  • "Facebook's AI makes little headway in the fight against hate speech" The Next Web 8:01 PM
  • "Facebook transparency report still ignores company's biggest problems" Mashable 6:40 PM
  • "Facebook data leak exposed 'intimate' details of three million users: 'myPersonality' app stored data on unsecured website for four years" The Inquirer 6:26 AM
  • "Facebook suspends 200 apps over data misuse investigation: Facebook has so far suspended around 200 apps in the first stage of its review into apps that had access to large quantities of user data, in a response to a scandal around political consultancy Cambridge Analytica." Reuters 6:26 AM
  • "O2 apologises for racist hate mail sent with Sim cards" BBC 6:27 AM
  • "AI And The Third Wave Of Silicon Processors" Forbes 6:17 AM
  • "Google is delaying a Chrome audio update that broke countless web games" The Verge 6:40 PM
  • "Google WiFi now shows which devices are struggling to connect" Engadget 5:48 PM
  • "Google Wifi can now test network performance for each device on a network" 9to5Google 1:51 PM
  • "Google One is Google's latest rebrand of its cloud data offering: The 2TB offer is particularly tempting" The Inquirer 6:18 AM
  • "Google just slashed the price on its massive storage plans with Google One upgrade" Mashable 6:19 AM
  • "Gmail's native Offline mode is making its way to users' accounts: It can make your plane ride more productive and less boring." Engadget 6:26 AM
  • "Alexa can unlock Yale's smart deadbolt locks: Let guests in without lifting a finger." Engadget 6:27 AM
  • "Snapchat's six-second unskippable ads have arrived: The experimental ads will appear in the platform's professionally produced Shows." Engadget 6:27 AM