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Amazon scores with NFL live streaming despite a few hiccups

USA TODAY Published 12:26 p.m. ET Sept. 29, 2017 CLOSE Columnist Kim Komando helps you navigate services, hardware and content if you’re ready to ditch the TV bill. Kim Komando/Special for USA Today  (Photo: The Associated Press) Amazon’s first live-streamed broadcast of Thursday Night Football made it across the goal line. However, some miscues played out, similar to what happened on the field in the matchup which the Green Bay Packers won 35-14 over the Chicago Bears. It’s the first…

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Thousands of Mac computers are still vulnerable to EFI hacks

Apple is generally known for keeping its own operating systems secure, but there is a caveat that Cupertino seems to be putting on the back burner. Security firm Duo presented research at Ekoparty security conference that shows between one third and one half of Mac computers may be susceptible to EFI modifications, granting completely silent access to a machine. Replacing the legacy BIOS, extensible firmware interface (EFI) is the newer method of starting an operating system. Duo discovered that although…

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Hoverboard Explodes At Mall, Everybody Sticks Around To Smell It

Those Dippin’ Dots: they’re probably gonna need to be tossed. Hoverboards: apparently people are still riding them. I’m as shocked as you are. This is a video of a hoverboard exploding and catching fire at the West Park Mall in Cape Girardeau, Missouri. Bystanders don’t seem too afraid of the explosion, and the majority stick around to smell all those delicious, noxious fumes it’s producing. I can understand wanting to stick around and make fun of whoever was riding a…

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Life-Size Humanoid Robot Is Designed to Fall Over (and Over and Over)

Roboticists worldwide are spending an obscene amount of time and effort trying to teach large humanoid robots how to not fall over. We rejoice every time there is even the smallest incremental bit of progress towards success, because not falling over is super hard, especially if you want your robot to be doing something useful. And even though some large humanoid robots can occasionally survive falling over, most of them don’t enjoy it very much. Led by Kei Okada and Masayuki…

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Uber CEO to meet London transport chief after license loss

Uber’s new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi will go to London to meet with the city’s transport commissioner following the regulator’s decision to withdraw licensing. A Transport for London (TfL) spokeswoman confirmed that the meeting will take place next Tuesday. “Following an approach from Uber and at the mayor’s request London’s transport commissioner will meet with Uber’s global CEO in London next Tuesday,” she told us. The spokeswoman declined to provide any details of specific talking points for the meeting. An Uber spokesman…

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TVs in 2017 – 3D and other things you won’t see

The world of technology is a fickle one. Industry standards are constantly changing and evolving, which means the next big thing can be yesterday’s news in the space of a year or less. This is true of TVs, despite them being an infrequent purchase. Usually when TV technology changes, though, it doesn’t lead to the removal of what came before it. A good example is the shift from standard definition to high definition, then to full HD and on to 4K: 2017 TVs…

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Experts React To SpaceX’s Mission To Mars

In the wake of Elon Musk’s presentation at the International Astronautical Congress 2017 in Adelaide, where the SpaceX boss announced plans to colonise the Moon and Mars and to replace airplanes with rockets, Australian scientists have shared their own thoughts. These early responses come to us courtesy of the Australian Science Media Centre. Dr Charley Lineweaver is an Associate Professor in the Research School of Earth Sciences, at the Australian National University College of Science. “Elon Musk is impressive. He…

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Providers have to invest to meet growing demand for mobile use: Bell CEO

WINNIPEG — Internet and mobile providers must invest in infrastructure to keep up with a booming consumer appetite for entertainment both at home and on the go, Bell Canada Enterprises CEO George Cope said Tuesday. High-speed mobile data usage is up 37 per cent from just last year, while the amount of data streaming over the Internet has more than quadrupled in five years, Cope told the Winnipeg Chamber of Commerce. “The incredible growth we’re seeing in wireless, we think…

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COMMENTARY: Where you shouldn’t launch your STEM career – National

Last week we held the Ipsos CanadaNext Symposium to discuss Canadians’ thoughts, worries, and opinions about the wave of change happening in the country driven by technology and demographic shifts. While the discussion was wide-ranging, a few key themes emerged. The first is that people with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) skills are hard to find, attract and keep in an organization. The second is that Canada is about to experience tech-driven change at a pace and scope that…

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Google updates Container Engine to help companies run modern apps

Google Container Engine (GKE), the tech giant’s managed service that’s designed to help businesses run applications that rely on software containers, has been updated today with a number of features that should help companies scale and manage their software. Companies using GKE will be able to take advantage of new features like aliased IP support, which gives a container a virtual IP address that can be referenced from other applications in the same way a developer would work with a…

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This is how to make Pierre Thiam’s fonio sushi

Pierre Thiam’s fonio sushi recipe wraps chunks of fresh vegetables in a mixture of the ancient fonio grain and sweet potato.  Photo: Ryan Lash / TED If you’ve seen Pierre Thiam’s TED Talk about fonio, then you saw that part when he actually handed food out to the audience, yes? For those who didn’t know to sit in the front rows to receive that blessing (or couldn’t be there in the first place), and don’t mind rolling up their sleeves…

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How to enable Developer Options on Xiamoi Redmi Android devices

I bought a Xiaomi Redmi 4 Android device recently, my second Xiaomi device after the Xiaomi Mi4c that I bought some time ago. Both devices come with Xiaomi’s MIUI system that customizes quite a few things on the device. One of the things that I like to do on Android devices is to enable Developer Mode as it gives me access to a number of important features and options that are not available otherwise. One of the features that Developer…

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macOS High Sierra Review – Macworld UK

When you install High Sierra on your Mac you might not notice a big difference, but appearances can be deceptive. While High Sierra hasn’t had a massive interface overhaul like the one Yosemite bought in 2014, and despite the fact that many of the features gained by its bundled apps feel a little like it is playing catch up with iOS, this version of macOS actually has a lot going on behind the scenes. And it’s what’s going on in…

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Samsung Galaxy S8 Deals: Cheapest UK Contract & SIM-Free Prices

We love the Samsung Galaxy S8. It’s our favourite phone of 2017 and it tops our smartphone chart. It doesn’t come cheap, though, so we’ve scoured the web for the best Galaxy S8 deals, whether you’re looking for a cheap contract or a SIM-free bargain. You can find out more about the new phone and its bigger sibling in our Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus reviews, but read on for the best S8 deals in town. And if you’d rather…

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FIFA 18 Release Date, UK Price, Where To Buy

FIFA 18 is finally available as a standard version alongside a more expensive Ronaldo Edition. If you’re not prepared to stump up the extra cash, read on for details of how you can try FIFA 18 for free right now, or buy be playing the full standard version. The Ronaldo Edition of FIFA 18 is available to buy now via online retailers and content stores. You can buy now via the PlayStation Store (£79.99), Microsoft Store (£79.99) or Origin (£69.99), or get a physical…

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Dishonored: Death of the Outsider News – UK Price, Gameplay and Impressions

Following the hugely popular Dishonored 2 in 2016, Arkane Studios has released standalone DLC that looks to wrap up the series in a tidy little (gory) package. Dishonored: Death of the Outsider puts you in the shoes of Billie Lurk with one aim, and one aim only: uncovering the mystery of the Outsider. What is it like to play? Which platforms is it available on? Here, we discuss the Dishonored: Death of the Outsider availability, storyline and our opinion of…

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Best Browser VPN 2017: Protect Your Identity Online

VPN stands for Virtual Private Network and does pretty much what it says. Most people use VPNs for accessing websites that would otherwise be blocked, such as US Netflix if you’re outside of the US. But a VPN also adds a layer of security by making you totally anonymous online. You’ll find more in-depth information in our Best VPN roundup, but here we share browser VPNs that you can download now. These days, you can download a free web browser…

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MSI GS63VR 7RG Stealth Pro Review & Rating

The MSI GS63VR 7RG Stealth Pro (starts at $1,549; $2,399 as tested) is the second laptop we’ve tested with Max-Q technology, which helps manufacturers fit Nvidia’s higher-end graphics cards into increasingly slim laptops by capping performance to keep heat down. The first was the Asus ROG Zephyrus, which earned an Editors’ Choice for its innovations and its performance. The Stealth Pro houses a Max-Q-tuned GTX 1070 and is slim and light, with a useful array of ports and storage capacity,…

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Apple’s two-step verification goes away with iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

Two-factor authentication (2FA) is a method of protecting an online account. The two factors—things that identify you—in 2FA: Something you yourself know, like a password; and something you have that can receive a token to confirm who you are, such as a smartphone. Apple’s original two-step system relied on its Apple ID site for set up and management, and could only send codes to iOS devices and via SMS. Its update in September 2015 left two-step in place for those…

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Apple’s first iOS 11 update: iPhone users get urgent fix for broken Microsoft email

iOS 11.0.1 fixes the Microsoft email bug, which could have seriously hindered uptake of the iOS 11 upgrade. Image: Jason Parker/CNET A week after releasing iOS 11, Apple has given iPhone and iPad users iOS 11.0.1 to help them get up and running on Microsoft email services again. After updating to iOS 11 some of Microsoft’s email users were having troubles sending email from Apple mobile devices. iOS 11.0.1 will fix this. Apple explains in a support note that “until…

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