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USB Type-C is the iPhone charging connector that Steve Jobs would have wanted

Why wireless charging is about to take over Cables. USB charging and interface cables. It’s overwhelming how many of these things we actually still need. It seems like no matter how much we want to try to do things wirelessly with our mobile devices, it usually is far more expedient — and often easier and more reliable — to use the good ‘ol cable for juicing up or connecting to many kinds of accessories and devices, such as automobile head…

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eBay Takes on Prime Day With Its Own Summer Sale | News & Opinion

UPDATE (7/16): Feeling left out of Prime Day because you’re not an Amazon Prime member? You might want to check out eBay, which is currently offering “thousands of deals” on new merchandise to compete with Amazon’s big savings event. Best of all, you don’t need a membership to take part in eBay’s sale, and all of the deals come with free shipping. Here’s some of the tech gadgets you’ll find discounted on eBay today: EBay said it plans to refresh…

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Founding A Startup Legal Perspective | Startups

<!– Founding A Startup Legal Perspective | Startups | Techworld Here are the legal ins and outs of founding a startup. From IP to funding, this expert advice will be sure to help. Share Twitter Facebook LinkedIn Google Plus London remains in the top three of leading global startup ecosystems, behind only Silicon Valley and New York, according to figures from Tech Nation. The report says that global connections are key to startup success, with 25 percent of entrepreneurs around…

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Join us this week for a summer of data & AI in Azure! – TechNet UK Blog

Sick of all the good weather? Then join us this week at the Microsoft Reactor in London for a session on Data and AI. This 3-hour session is free to attend, and features an agenda packed full of technical deep-dives and customer stories. The event kicks off at 6pm, so come on over after work and don’t miss out! Welcome (Pratim Das/Nigel Willson) What’s New: a quick run through of what’s new in Azure Data & AI since the last…

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Samsung to add in-display fingerprint sensor tech to Galaxy S10 and Note 10: report

Samsung will integrate Qualcomm’s in-display fingerprint sensor technology into its upcoming Galaxy S10, Note 10 and Galaxy A series smartphones, according to a new report from supply chain analyst Ming Chi Kuo. In the report, obtained by 9to5Google, Kuo predicts Samsung will ship three Galaxy S10 smartphones in 2019. He says one of the models will feature a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, while the two other models will instead include in-display fingerprint technology sourced from Qualcomm. He also mentions Samsung plans…

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Amazon Prime Day deals ‘not what they seem’

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Amazon employed singer Ariana Grande to promote Prime Day Shoppers thinking of taking part in internet giant Amazon’s Prime Day are being warned that not all the items on sale could be the bargains they seem. Consumer group Which? said that the goods are often cheaper at other times of the year. However Amazon said its website was transparent, and consumers could compare price changes over time. The 36 hour sale – aimed at…

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Humans can code their way out of the AI economy, says ex-Google VP – General

The world must place its faith in humanity, not the robots. In a future where AI and automation are likely to lead to millions of displaced workers, it’s essential that we don’t leave coding to the robots, according to former Googler Megan Smith. As companies look to AI to cut costs and automate the most manual and time-consuming tasks, it’s widely accepted that millions of jobs will be lost to the machines. Gartner believes that while AI will create 2.3…

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How to attempt to influence an election: Start with a spear-phishing campaign

Canadians worried about the possibility of a foreign government trying to secretly use the Internet to influence politics here could learn how it’s apparently done by reading the indictment issued Friday against 12 Russians accused of conspiring to interfere in the 2016 U.S. election. The attack vector: The venerable spear-phishing attack with spoofed email addresses. The treasure: Thousands of emails and documents from branches of the Democratic Party and the Hilary Clinton presidential campaign. The deception: Deleted logs and computer…

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