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BlackBerry CEO John Chen says the company is ‘in the innovation business’

BlackBerry CEO John Chen offered some words of reflection on his time as the leader of the Canadian brand. In an interview with Bloomberg, Chen briefly took time to discuss his role as BlackBerry’s CEO, while also briefly touching on some of the developments that have taken place since he took over. “When I came to run BlackBerry, I knew at the time that we have to have a financial change to model of that business,” said Chen, in his…

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Facebook makes German marketing push as hate speech law bites

BERLIN (Reuters) – Facebook (FB.O) is making a big marketing drive in Germany just as the country starts to implement tough regulations designed to clamp down on online hate speech. The U.S. corporation has historically done little advertising of its own but has plastered billboards across Germany with posters featuring ordinary people expressing their concerns about the site, along with explanations of how to use it better. “Germany is not as highly penetrated a market as we’d like it to…

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A Watch Only A Ham Can Use

We’re not sure what to make of this one. With the variety of smartwatches and fitness trackers out there, we can’t be surprised by what sort of hardware ends up strapped to wrists these days. So a watch with an RPN calculator isn’t too much of a stretch. But adding a hex editor? And a disassembler? Oh, and while you’re at it, a transceiver for the 70cm ham band? Now that’s something you don’t see every day. The mind boggles…

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Nearly a quarter of all Bitcoin are trapped in a sort of crypto purgatory

Originally touted as a currency impervious to government control, Bitcoin’s strength is also a colossal barrier to entry for many would-be investors. Layers upon layers of security combined with a multiple step process to even acquire a piece of the surging currency leaves many shaking their heads and giving up before finishing the process. And for those who manage to wrangle the tech hurdles, the challenges don’t stop there. Take Philip Neumeier. According to The Wall Street Journal, Neumeier bought…

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Google Chrome Will Start Blocking Ads in February

Google has announced the date when its Chrome web browser will start blocking ads. And it is February 15, 2018. This is slap-bang between the dates when Chrome 64 (Jan 23rd) and Chrome 65 (March 6th) are due to be released. Think of it as a late Christmas gift from Uncle Google. In April 2017 we heard the first rumblings that Google was preparing to incorporate an ad-blocker into Chrome. Details were thin on the ground, but by July Google…

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Cheating website Ashley Madison threatens to sue sex app CasualX

Here are pictures used by the two sex apps (Picture: Metro.co.uk) The infidelity app Ashley Madison has threatened to sue a rival sex app after accusing it of copying its trademarks. Ruby Life, the firm which owns Ashley Madison, has ordered a hook-up app called CasualX to immediately change its branding and slogan or face legal action. The cheating website is concerned that CasualX, which markets itself as ‘the Tinder for casual sex’, advertises its services with the words ‘Life…

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How Alexa could save the business meeting

Get ready to make room for Siri, Alexa, Cortana, or Google at your conference room table. AI is about to head to the office. Already these “voice assistants” are learning to recognize different voices within one conversation and respond accordingly. When you ask Google Home about your calendar it will know to reply with the events on your calendar and not your wife’s calendar. Likewise, when your wife queries Google home, it will respond using her data. Imagine what this…

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Welding Batteries With Batteries | Hackaday

Welding equipment is always expensive and bulky, right? Heavens no! [Jaromir Sukuba] is making a welder for battery tabs which can fit in a pocket and gets its power from a coin cell. It may be expensive to power compared to a mains welder, but for the sake of portability this is quite the hack. Not only that, but it uses 555 timers in the charging circuit. His entry for the 2017 Coin Cell Challenge saps every bit of power…

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How an AI program bested professional poker players in Texas Hold’em – GeekWire

Professional poker player Jason Les matches wits with Libratus, Carnegie Mellon University’s poker-playing AI program. (CMU via YouTube) You got to know when to hold ’em, and know when to fold ’em — and when it comes to betting on human superiority in the game of poker, it may be time to fold ’em. Carnegie Mellon University researchers laid their cards on the table in a study published this week in the journal Science, explaining how they designed their Libratus AI…

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Bitcoin lottery launches in Ireland as calls for regulations mount

Bitcoin fever shows little sign of abating as gambling with the cryptocurrency launches. There can be no doubt remaining that bitcoin is officially cresting the wave of mainstream acceptance (or becoming a bubble hurtling towards a messy demise), and the introduction of this new game is another example of increased public interest in the cryptocurrency. Lottoland has launched the first regulated bitcoin lottery in Ireland, based on the numbers drawn in the official Spanish lottery, Bonolotto. It takes place daily…

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