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53% off Cable Organizer Electronics Accessories Travel Bag – Deal Alert

Do you have a ball of tangled up wires and adapters somewhere in the bottom of your bag? This Universal Electronics Accessories Travel Organizer provides a flexible organization solution for your electronics and computer accessories. It helps make you better organized with all the small items and gadgets.  Made of durable and weather-resistant nylon with well padded semi-flexible covers.  It’s compact size of  8.8“ x W 6.1″allows it to easily stored in you laptop bag or backpack.  This travel organizers typical…

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The Apple TV 4K Is The Apple TV Nobody Needs (Yet)

There are two kinds of twenty/thirtysomethings in this world: the kind who own a TV, and the kind who mooch on their friends who own TVs. And among those who do own a TV, there are only a few who have a 4K setup. In an extremely unscientific poll aimed at people in their twenties and thirties, only 15% of the 1,229 ~yung adults~ polled said they own a 4K TV. Nearly 65% said they own a non-4K TV. Multiple…

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CIO interview: John Mountain, Starling Bank

Starling Bank CIO John Mountain was attracted to apply to work at the challenger bank after reading its CEO’s claim that banks shouldn’t have an IT department. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your personal information may be transferred and processed in the United States, and that you have read and agree to the Terms of Use and the Privacy…

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HTC and Google in $1.1bn tie-up

The Pixel was made by HTC TROUBLED PHONE manufacturer HTC is breathing a collective sigh of relief this morning following news that a major investment and cooperation agreement will see an injection of $1.1bn (£822m). The deal will see HTC become Google’s main provider of hardware, with some HTC personnel moving to join Google. It stops short of the rumoured takeover – in fact, Google and HTC will remain separate companies. They do however carry a long history. HTC manufactured…

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AMD signs semi-custom AI chip deal with Tesla, source claims

AMD may have just received a major shot in the arm, in terms of exposure if not revenue, with the as-yet unconfirmed news that the company is working with electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla to produce a semi-custom processor for autonomous vehicle functionality. The self-driving car revolution, should it ever take place, needs hefty compute power in a compact size and low thermal profile. Some analysts predict great things for the autonomous vehicle market, which is why Nvidia has been investing…

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The single most depressing thing about the Equifax breach

A view of a sign for the company Equifax on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange in New York on Sept. 15. The company recently disclosed that a data breach, discovered in July 2017, may have impacted as many as 143 million consumers in the United States. EPA-EFE/JUSTIN LANE It’s been almost two weeks since Equifax first admitted it had been hacked in a massive breach affecting as many as 143 million consumers. Ever since, people have been…

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Uber Claims Company Put Bogus Ads on Breitbart in Industry-Shaking Lawsuit

Earlier this year, hundreds of companies began to publicly flee participation in the alt-right website Breitbart’s marketing network. One of those companies was Uber. But in a new lawsuit, Uber claims that its contracted advertising agency fraudulently continued to place ads on Breitbart, and the case seems poised to rock the seedy world of digital ads. Since the election of Donald Trump, the wider public has come to understand that “alt-right” is a term for a group of people pushing…

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Has Destiny 2 pleased video games fans?

Destiny 2 is the big-budget sequel to one of 2014’s best-selling computer games. The first game won the Bafta award for Best Game and it made over £350m in its first week of release. While popular, the first Destiny received extensive downloadable upgrades to improve the experience. BBC Click’s Marc Cieslak had a chance to blast his way through Destiny’s 2 campaign mode to find out if the developers had improved on the first games’ campaign. See more at Click’s…

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Virgin Australia passengers spot unusual ‘Morning Glory’ type cloud from plane

ONE of the world’s most spectacular cloud formations has amazed hundreds of passengers on an Australian jet. Virgin Australia tweeted an image of almost perfectly straight, serried rows of white clouds laid out below a plane flying across the Great Australian Bight. “Flying above the clouds has never looked this good!” read the tweet. “These incredible cloud formations were seen on board VA714 from Perth to Adelaide. The mysterious white fluffy rows are examples of wave clouds, the most famous…

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Red Alert banking malware steals credentials – General

A new strain of banking malware is targeting Android users, security researchers have discovered. According to a blog post by SyfLabs, Red Alert 2.0 can steal the credentials of victims as well as their contacts. The malware also takes over SMS functions and blocks all calls associated with banks and financial associations. Researchers said that the malware features other functions that have not been seen in other Android banking trojans. It was also written from scratch, they said, rather than…

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