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EU-U.S. data transfer pact to pass first annual review

BRUSSELS (Reuters) – A year-old pact underpinning billions of dollars of transatlantic data transfers will get the green light from the European Union on Wednesday after the first review to ensure Washington protects Europeans’ data stored on U.S. servers. The EU-U.S. Privacy Shield was agreed last year after everyday cross-border data transfers were plunged into limbo when the EU’s top court struck down a previous data transfer pact in 2015 because it allowed U.S. spies excessive access to people’s data.…

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Uber loses another senior European executive

(Reuters) — Uber’s European policy chief Christopher Burghardt is quitting to join the electric vehicle charging network company Chargepoint, the companies said on Tuesday, becoming latest senior figure to leave the taxi app. Burghardt, the head of policy for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, departs after one year with Uber and will become managing director for Chargepoint in Europe in November, he told Reuters. Earlier this month, Uber’s top boss in Britain also quit the Silicon Valley company, which…

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Twitter outlines its plan to tackle trolls, hate symbols and violence

After coming under fire last week for suspending actor Rose McGowan’s account in the midst of her pointing out the worrying phenomenon of sexual harassment in Hollywood, Twitter’s attempt at firefighting was weak, to say the least. CEO Jack Dorsey’s tweetstorm last Friday didn’t hold much water, simply because it felt a lot like more of what we’ve been hearing from the company for years about its interest in fighting trolls on the platform. Now, Wired has published an internal…

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How to Reopen Tabs You’ve Accidentally Closed in Your Browser

We’ve all been there: too many tabs open and we accidentally close the wrong one. Luckily, all browsers make it super easy to reopen a tab that you didn’t mean to close, whether on your phone or on your desktop. With desktop browsers, all it takes is a keyboard shortcut. With mobile browsers, you’re going to have to access a list of recently closed tabs and select the one you want to reopen. Chrome Right-click any open tab and click Reopen…

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Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: Lots of small changes—and maybe the revolution

Microsoft It has arrived: Windows 10 version 1709, build 16299, the Fall Creators Update. Members of the Windows Insider program have been able to use this latest iteration for a while now, but today’s the day it will hit Windows Update for the masses. As with the Creators Update earlier this year, the Windows Update deployment will be slow to start off with. After a spate of issues around the Anniversary Update, which shipped in 2016, Microsoft took a more measured…

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The Pixel 2’s launcher has an automatic dark theme

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were recently announced and grabbed headlines with features like an always-on display, an IP67 rating, and an improved camera. But, Google also made some quality of life changes that fans have been asking for. Since Google didn’t go out of its way to announce them, it has taken until the phones started getting into our hands to see them in action. One such feature is an automatic dark theme. Android enthusiasts have been…

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The Exorcist Aired its Scariest Episode Yet

This is what happens when you get an acclaimed horror director to do an episode of a TV show. It’s absolutely terrifying. Ti West, director of films like The Innkeepers, The House of the Devil, and part of the anthology film V/H/S, was behind last night’s episode of The Exorcist. It showed. I can’t remember the last time a TV show packed so much terror and disgust into a broadcast hour. Right away, this episode let you know exactly what it was. The cardinal Marcus…

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Garmin Speak is a Mini Alexa-Equipped Car Accessory, Priced at $149

Garmin and Amazon have teamed up to launch the Garmin Speak, a mini Amazon Echo-like device with Amazon Alexa onboard to give you voice control powers when in your car. That means access to Alexa’s skills as you drive, only this is in a tiny package that sticks to your windshield. The Garmin Speak costs $149 and is available today if you are interested. It works by attaching to your phone via a Garmin Speak app and Bluetooth, so that…

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Why Our Obsession With Edtech and Workforce Prep Concerns Parents and Public Educators

An upcoming webinar titled “The Future of Work and What It Means For K-12 Schools” has Carolyn Leith concerned about career-readiness. “They’re talking about today’s sixth graders and where they’re gonna be in the workforce.” Leith, a member of the steering committee at Parents Across America Puget Sound, was one of three speakers on Saturday talking about challenges ahead for the gig economy, technology and student health at the Network for Public Education’s (NPE) national conference in Oakland. She joined…

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Voices in AI – Episode 10: A Conversation with Suchi Saria

Today’s leading minds talk AI with host Byron Reese In this episode, Byron and Suchi talk about understanding, data, medicine, and waste. 0:00 Byron Reese: This is “Voices in AI” brought to you by Gigaom. I am Byron Reese. Today, my guest is Suchi Saria. Where do I start when going through her career? She has an undergraduate degree in both computer science and physics. She has a PhD in computer science from Stanford, where she studied under Daphne Koller.…

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How To Display CPU Frequency In The Status Bar

In Short Hacks: Android allows you to experience n number of setting tweaks and you can customize your Android device inside out. Some very popular tricks include installing a new ROM on your Android device, rooting your Android device, increasing the clock speed of your CPU and much more.In this article, you will learn how you can display the CPU frequency of your Android device on the status bar. How To Display CPU Frequency In The Status Bar Using Android…

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eftpos now available on Apple Pay in Australia

Apple Pay is only supported by ANZ in Australia, offering ANZ customers to be able to tap and go using their iPhone (with Credit Cards set up) on the payment terminals. It works when you set the payment to “Credit” which would normally be a Mastercard or Visa. If a merchant wants to charge you a credit card surcharge fee, you’d then pick “Savings” to invoke payment via eftpos and save you some dollars. But normally this requires you to…

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Full protection back & front for Galaxy S8 Glass & silicone cover

Full protection back & front for Galaxy S8 Glass & silicone cover. Tempered protection glass 4d in the front of the screen and be aware that you will have tooth problems in writing in a couple of days in using this glass screen protection. The back cover is a silicone slim cover that will fit perfect with the glass screen protection. We don t recomend the glass screen protector for the tooth problems but the silicone back cover it s…

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NEW STERN GHOSTBUSTERS PINBALL UNBOXING and Gameplay Review! AMAZING!

Enjoy the vids? Consider supporting me! Thank you, John! Ok, this is it! I finally got my Stern Pinball Ghostbusters Pinball machine. This is the PRO model (a more basic version when compared to the LE and PREMIUM models) and was released in spring 2016. The game features an awesome Slimer toy and seriously bright LED lights. This machine is a real looker. The original artwork was hand drawn by renowned illustrator Jeremy Packer a.k.a. Zombie Yeti. I love it!…

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3 Cool Gadgets Under $15

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Apple Watch Appointment Review: “Turn Off The Camera”!

WATCH FIRST Review of Apple’s new Apple Watch try on Appointment Experience. No Filming Allowed – a quick overview of Apple’s post pre-order Apple Watch demo appointments and how a manager told me I couldn’t record! I’m all for the Apple Watch, but this was a bad Apple experience. The Apple Watch is exclusively available for pre-order online: Stay tuned for future coverage on Apple’s New Watch and the company’s upcoming products! Quick Specs (Models Highlighted) Size: 38 and 42mm…

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Final Deployment of My New PC! – Personal Rig Update 2015 Part 5 (FINALE)

Thanks to Braintree for supporting our channel. To learn more, and for your first $50,000 in transactions fee-free, go to It is finally, FINALLY, time to install my new personal server/gaming PC/awesome machine!! Claypower CP-900W-2U Double Online Conversion Rack/Tower UPS: iStarUSA M-3120-ATX 3U 3.5″ 12-Bay Trayless Storage Server Rackmount Chassis: Xeal IS-550R8P 550W PS2 mini redundant PSU: Pricing & discussion: Apacer links: Sign up for the giveaway at Check out their products on Newegg at Support us: Join our community…

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The weird virtual reality of Project Tango

Google’s Project Tango is a way for computers to know where they are in space, which means you can create amazing experiences that straddle augmented and virtual reality. We try them all. Subscribe: Check out our full video catalog: Visit our playlists: Like The Verge on Facebook: Follow on Twitter: Follow on Instagram: Read More: source

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InWin 909 + 805 Temperred Glass Aluminum Cases

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