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  • iPhone X Tips: How To Force Quit, Kill Apps On Your New iPhone Fri, 17 Nov 2017 17:03:54 -0500
    The iPhone X features an edge-to-edge Super Retina HD display screen with no home button, and while those improvements make the device more enticing, it makes things a bit different for users. The release of the iPhone X led to customers lining up outside of stores and staying up late to pre-order the device. However, all those new iPhone X users have to learn how to force quit apps on their smartphone without the simplicity of using the home button.
  • Tesla Semi Truck: TSLA Shares Go Up After Walmart Preorders Tesla's Tractor Trailer Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:58:13 -0500
    Earlier this week, Tesla was at the center of the tech news cycle for the wrong reasons: Former employees accused Elon Musk’s electric car manufacturer of fostering a toxic, racist work environment in a new lawsuit. Thanks to the unveiling of Tesla’s new, bizarre looking semi-trucks, the company has managed to shine the spotlight on itself for more positive reasons.
  • Bitcoin Price Hits $8,000 As Lightning Tests Cross-Chain Swaps Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:55:28 -0500
    Bitcoin's price just reached another all-time high time on Friday, briefly passing $8,000, while the bitcoin community celebrated a few monumental achievements.
  • Samsung Galaxy S9 News Suggests Device Paired With Bluetooth Headphones Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:50:46 -0500
    Conflicting reports about whether the Galaxy S9 will include a 3.5mm headphone jack continue as tech informant Ice Universe recently shared details that the device may sell with a pair of AKG Bluetooth headphones.
  • ISIS Hacked? Group Claims Responsibility For Taking Down ISIS Websites Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:47:02 -0500
    A group of Muslim hackers standing in opposition to the Islamic State have claimed responsibility Friday for taking websites run by the militant group offline, after launching a coordinated hacking campaign against the group.
  • One Scientist Thinks Human Body Transplants Are Possible Now Fri, 17 Nov 2017 16:23:09 -0500
    The scientist who claimed in 2015 that the first full-body transplant would happen within two years, is claiming that he has made a breakthrough in developing the surgical procedure. Doctor Sergio Canavero has been working on the procedure for years and has now claimed that doctors have “successfully” transplanted a human head onto a cadaver body.
  • MoviePass Discount Theaters: Get Tickets For $7 Per Month With New Deal Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:18:54 -0500
    Between big blockbusters like Thor Ragnarok and Star Wars: The Last Jedi or critical darlings like Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, there are seemingly too many great movies to catch right now. That is a problem is largely because movie tickets can get pretty expensive, especially in places like New York City.
  • Amazon Launches Black Friday Week-Long Deals On Electronics, Toys, TVs, More Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:18:23 -0500
    Black Friday is next week, but Amazon launched on Friday numerous deals on electronics, toys, videos game, outdoor products and on its own devices. 
  • Will Blockchain Startups Disrupt Journalism? Fri, 17 Nov 2017 14:11:10 -0500
    Over the past few months, the International Business Times sorted through dozens of initial coin offerings every week. And we’ve seen a few repetitive patterns. There are lots of startups claiming they’ve found the secret sauce to launching a stable token, a cryptocurrency that doesn’t suffer from the same market volatility as bitcoin. So far, no one has succeeded.
  • 'Star Wars Battlefront 2' Controversy: Fans React To EA Disabling Microtransactions Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:48:38 -0500
    Last night, shortly before Star Wars Battlefront II officially launched for the world to enjoy (or not), publisher Electronic Arts shockingly disabled the microtransactions that had caused so much controversy in the weeks before the game even came out. EA flatly admitted player progression should be tied to player actions exclusively, not the player’s willingness or ability to spend money.
  • Amazon Echo, Google Home Hack: Devices At Risk For Blueborne Attack Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:40:19 -0500
    A number of serious security flaws discovered to affect Bluetooth devices earlier this year are now plaguing artificial intelligence-based, voice-activated speakers including Google Home and Amazon Echo.
  • Tesla Roadster News: Founders Series 2.0 Price, Torque, Availability Announced Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:35:52 -0500
    Thursday night at the highly publicized reveal of the Tesla Semi truck, Elon Musk and his Tesla colleagues had a surprise up their sleeves. At the event that had been hyped as an event solely to show off the new Semi, the Roadster 2.0 made a surprise appearance.
  • China Aims For Nuclear-Powered Rockets To Reach Moon, Asteroids Fri, 17 Nov 2017 13:29:41 -0500
    China wants to use nuclear power to send its astronauts to the moon and start mining asteroids.
  • Nintendo Switch Sales: Nintendo Switch, Super Mario Odyssey Dominate October Sales Charts Fri, 17 Nov 2017 12:01:00 -0500
    The Nintendo Switch is sort of like cars in New York City: Nobody you know owns one, but traffic is horrible and finding a parking space is impossible. Nine months after its March release, the Switch hybrid console still is not widely available on store shelves despite, and because of, its soaring demand due to huge games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey.
  • HomePod Release Date Delayed: Apple Speaker Will Launch Next Year Fri, 17 Nov 2017 11:43:05 -0500
    Apple promised to release the HomePod in December, but the company now says it won’t start shipping them until next year. Apple revealed the HomePod at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June and had said it would come out for the holiday season, but that won’t be the case anymore. Apple told International Business Time in a statement:
  • Cyber Monday Gives A Big Boost To Mobile Commerce Fri, 17 Nov 2017 09:35:46 -0500
    Here is an accurate prediction for a change: No matter how Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales turn out, one big winner of the Thanksgiving shopping extravaganza will be mobile commerce.
  • Watch Live: SpaceX Falcon 9 Secret Zuma Payload Launch Fri, 17 Nov 2017 09:00:02 -0500
    Update, Friday 11:30 a.m. EST: The Falcon 9 launch of the Zuma mystery payload has been delayed to an unannounced day. A post on the Kennedy Space Center's website said that the launch had been delayed and thanks viewers for their patience.
  • Black Friday Camera Deals, Bundles At Amazon, Best Buy, Target, Walmart Fri, 17 Nov 2017 08:30:02 -0500
    Amazon, Target Best Buy and Walmart are slashing prices on cameras for Black Friday 2017. Some of the Black Friday camera deals include DSLRs to Fujifilm's Instax cameras. Black Friday camera price cuts at Best Buy are valid from Nov. 23 to Nov. 25, while Walmart’s Black Friday deals will launch online at 12 a.m. EST on Nov. 23 and in-store offers start at 6 p.m. local time on Thanksgiving Day. Amazon has already launched its Black Friday Deals Store prior to the shopping day, while Target will offer deals on Nov. 24 at 6 a.m. local time.
  • McAfee Network Mistakenly Sent Malware To Customers Using Anti-Hacking Service Fri, 17 Nov 2017 06:26:50 -0500
    Antivirus company McAfee has sent a malware loaded file to customers who were using its anti-hacking service. The Emotet banking malware was loaded into a Word file that was sent to users of the McAfee ClickProtect email protection service.
  • Facebook Creator App Helps Influencers Easily Share, Create Video Content Fri, 17 Nov 2017 04:28:42 -0500
    Facebook has launched a new app specifically made for internet influencers who want to create a video community. Called Facebook Creator, the app provides users with the necessary tools for better live streams, engaging with fans and tracking analytics.

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  • Feds reveal winners of one of its biggest IT contracts, worth up to $50B Sat, 18 Nov 2017 00:55:14 +0000
    What’s been billed as the biggest government IT contract vehicle of this decade — the Alliant 2 Unrestricted vehicle, with a potential value of $50 billion — has been awarded to 61 companies, most of them with D.C.-area operations. The winners include the behemoth government IT and professional services companies — Leidos Holdings Inc. (NYSE LDOS) in Reston, Booz Allen Hamilton Inc. (NYSE: BAH) in McLean, CSRA Inc. (NYSE: CSRA) in Falls Church, Science Applications International Corp. (NYSE:…
  • Amazon reportedly blamed the U.S. Postal Service for AmazonFresh closures Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:33:45 +0000
    Amazon.com Inc. officials blamed the United States Postal Service for its decision to stop its AmazonFresh delivery service in parts of nine states, according to an unconfirmed Recode report that cites unidentified sources. Recode reported Amazon officials told food companies that the postal service, which was responsible for delivering the perishable food orders in the affected areas, had too many late or missed deliveries. Recode's report cited unnamed sources familiar with the discussions and…
  • Colorado’s Doors to Door Organics shuts down after 20 years Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:26:14 +0000
    Door to Door Organics, a Louisville-based online grocery-delivery service launched 20 years ago, announced today it has ceased operations. The company made the announcement in a posting on its website. “In the end it’s hard to point to one thing that led us to this conclusion,” the announcement said. “Ultimately timing of recent events in our industry and the impact that had on our funding prospects were not in our favor with the ultimate result being no path forward.” While the announcement…
  • Report: San Jose sees swell of startup interest as Palo Alto maxes out Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:08:16 +0000
    Companies with offices in Palo Alto are paying, on average, a 71.2 percent premium to rent there, but CEOs are starting to look outside Silicon Valley’s top tech city, often opting instead for space in San Jose.
  • Warning: Scammers want your business to be a cyber-crime mule Fri, 17 Nov 2017 23:01:04 +0000
    Payment experts Pat O'Boyle and Mike Higgins say the latest cyber threat is easily thwarted, but people aren't doing it.
  • Northrop Grumman closes Puget Sound-area facility, job cuts possible Fri, 17 Nov 2017 22:41:56 +0000
    The defense contractor says the people affected may be offered jobs inside the aerospace and defense giant, but there still may be layoffs.
  • Wal-Mart pre-orders 15 new Tesla electric semis but analysts raise fresh doubts about Musk's ambitions Fri, 17 Nov 2017 22:30:38 +0000
    Less than 24 hours after Tesla unveiled its new electric semi trucks, Wal-Mart Stores has already pre-ordered 15 of the vehicles. On Thursday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed an all-electric semi truck with a 500-mile range. Wal-Mart reserved five of the trucks for its U.S. operations and 10 for transport in Canada, according to CNBC. The Bentonville, Arkansas, retailer currently has about 6,000 trucks in its fleet. "We have a long history of testing new technology — including alternative-fuel…
  • Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos offers a rare window into Jeff Bezos Fri, 17 Nov 2017 22:21:02 +0000
    The wealthiest person in the world discusses his origins and lessons from his grandfather's ranch that have shaped his business — and the Seattle economy.
  • Amazon reportedly blamed the U.S. Postal Service for AmazonFresh closures Fri, 17 Nov 2017 22:14:47 +0000
    Amazon.com Inc. officials blamed the United States Postal Service for its decision to stop its AmazonFresh delivery service in parts of nine states, according to an unconfirmed Recode report that cites unidentified sources. Recode reported Amazon officials told food companies that the postal service, which was responsible for delivering the perishable food orders in the affected areas, had too many late or missed deliveries. Recode's report cited unnamed sources familiar with the discussions and…
  • Colorado's Optiv buys data science company Fri, 17 Nov 2017 22:08:06 +0000
    Optiv, the Denver-based cyber security company, has purchased a data science company to bolster Optiv's ability to help clients manage the explosion of information and software associated with cloud computing, big-data technology and the "internet of things." Terms of the deal for Columbia, Maryland-based Decision Lab were not disclosed. Decision Lab's 20 employees become part of Optiv's unit that develops technology that meet new kinds of client needs, said Sean Catlett, Optiv's senior vice president…


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