The Strategy That Made Apple Computers a Leader in Mobile Computing

The Strategy That Made Apple Computers a Leader in Mobile Computing:

Steve Jobs


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Google’s new website lets you play with its experimental AI projects

Google is letting users peek into some of its most experimental artificial intelligence projects.

The company unveiled a new website Tuesday called A.I. Experiments that showcases Google’s artificial intelligence research through web apps that anyone can test out. The projects include a game that guesses what you’re drawing, a camera app that recognizes objects you put in front of it and a music app that plays “duets” with you.

Google says the goal of the site is to … Read more:

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Don’t be held hostage by ransomware

According to new research from Kaspersky Lab, small and midsize businesses rank ransomware in the top 3 most concerning IT security problems. Survey findings also reveals that 20% of companies worldwide have been subjected to IT security incidents as a result of a cryptomalware-based attack and the average amount of damage caused by one attack may cost small and midsize businesses up to $99,000.

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Is Facebook spying on you?

Facebook’s privacy settings are constantly changing. Does that mean Facebook is following you around online and listening to everything you say, just to serve you targeted ads? How much does Facebook actually know about your offline life? Watch this clip to find out.

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iOS 10 tips: Rich notifications enable tvOS text entry from iPhone’s lock screen

With rich notifications in iOS 10, users can now view and interact with alerts from a variety of apps directly from the lock screen. One of the more useful implementations is the Apple TV Remote app, which lets users bypass the clunky tvOS keyboard and enter text with their iPhone. Read more:

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Facebook launches standalone “Events” discovery and calendar app

650 million people use Facebook Events — 100 million every day — but it’s a smaller sect of hardcore extroverts who discover these parties and meetups, then invite everyone else.

Now Facebook is giving its most outgoing users a dedicated app for browsing and searching for stuff going on nearby. And thanks to the Facebook Events app’s ability to pull in calendars from your phone, you can see all your plans in one place, so you know when … Read more:

Facebook Events App

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Why ‘teleportation’ makes sense in virtual reality

Why ‘teleportation’ makes sense in virtual reality –

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