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TechNN Archive: Thursday, June 7, 2018


General Interest
  • "Mark Shuttleworth dishes on where Canonical and Ubuntu Linux are going next" ZDNet 9:23 PM
  • "Netflix has a secret page to request shows and movies you probably didn't know about" BGR 5:58 PM
  • "Sprint Offers Crazy $15/Month Unlimited Data Plan In Latest Grab For Customers" HotHardware 4:14 PM
  • "Facebook alerts 14M to privacy bug that changed status composer to public" TechCrunch 3:47 PM
  • "Mozilla Announces $225,000 for Art and Advocacy Exploring Artificial Intelligence" Mozilla Blog 1:37 PM
  • "Google Renounces AI Weapons; Will Still Work With Military" Bloomberg 9:22 PM
  • "Google Pixel 3 XL leak hints at a deep display notch: It might also have an all-glass design." Engadget 3:18 PM
  • "Google Cloud announces the Beta of single tenant instances" TechCrunch 1:11 PM
  • "New T-Mobile upgrade may boost your coverage—if you have the right phone: T-Mobile's 600MHz available in 32 states, filling LTE gaps outside big cities." Ars Technica 12:25 PM
  • "Symantec Integrates Web Isolation With Cloud-Based Network Security" eWeek 11:33 AM
  • "Amazon purges creepy CloudPets smart toys amid privacy concerns: Internet-connected toys look increasingly like a cyber-savvy creep's dream" The Inquirer 9:42 AM
  • "Amazon's Fire TV Cube squeezes an Echo into its set-top box: It's like the existing Fire TV plus a full-fledged Alexa experience" Engadget 8:37 AM
  • "Cryptocurrency theft malware is now an economy worth millions" ZDNet 8:36 AM
  • "That Russian malware that infected over 500,000 devices is even worse than we thought" BGR 8:20 AM
  • "Scientists created a psychopathic AI using Reddit images: Look what you've done now, Reddit." Engadget 8:19 AM
  • "Google says over 8 million people use its free WiFi service at railway stations in India" TechCrunch 8:14 AM
  • "Galaxy Note 9 release date, specs and price: CAD render leak confirms it'll be a Note 8 clone/But it will pack a fatter 3,850mAh battery, allegedly" The Inquirer 8:07 AM
  • "Experimental drone uses AI to spot violence in crowds: Whether or not it works well in practice is another story." Engadget 7:50 AM
  • "Valve Says Game Devs Can Now Put Anything on Steam Unless It's Illegal or 'Trolling'" Gizmodo 7:58 AM
  • "MSI's 25-inch gaming display is absurdly fast: The Oculux NXG251 packs a 240Hz refresh rate and 0.5 millisecond response time." Engadget 8:20 AM