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Good Samaritan uses Amazon Prime Now to help the homeless

It’s not often a YouTube video about an Amazon service can bring a tear to your eye. In what may be a first for us here at TNW, we found one in uploader Rob Bliss‘ quest to find out if Amazon Prime Now could be used to send gifts to the homeless. As it turns out, the answer is yes: It’s amazing to see the indomitable human spirit on full-display. If you’ve lost some faith in humanity this year, for…

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The Top 10 Things Everybody Googled in 2017

When people want to know the answer to something they invariably Google it. But what have people been Googling in 2017? Google has published various lists detailing what people have Googled over the past 12 months, including overall search terms, consumer tech, and memes. These lists, when taken collectively, provide an interesting insight into the state of the world right now. They show what piqued people’s interests, what made the news, which celebrities were hot, what sporting events got people…

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“Suspicious” event routes traffic for big-name sites through Russia

Traffic sent to and from Google, Facebook, Apple, and Microsoft was briefly routed through a previously unknown Russian Internet provider Wednesday under circumstances researchers said was suspicious and intentional. The unexplained incident involving the Internet’s Border Gateway Protocol is the latest to raise troubling questions about the trust and reliability of communications sent over the global network. BGP routes large-scale amounts of traffic among Internet backbones, ISPs, and other large networks. But despite the sensitivity and amount of data it…

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Coffee, Wine, and Beer Accessories Gift Guide

Everyone loves a good drink. Whether it’s coffee, wine, beer or something a little bit stronger, these gifts are perfect to quell that thirst. From The Periodic Table of Wine to GrowlerWerks’ Pressurized Growler, there’s something here for every price range. Source link

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Apple Seeds Beta 1 Of tvOS 11.2.5 And watchOS 4.2.2

There have been plenty of new software releases coming out of Apple over the past few days and weeks, many of them aimed at fixing bugs that have crept into the company’s operating systems. Whether in beta or public release, updates are always welcome as far as we are concerned, so when we saw that multiple new beta releases were made available today, our ears pricked up. Enter the first beta versions of tvOS 11.2.5 and watchOS 4.2.2. Both new…

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This Tesla concept adds a hatchback to the Model S, and it looks stunning

Tesla is a great company, making arguably some of the best electric cars around. But if there we had one grip, it’s the fact that the automaker doesn’t offer a lot of options with its cars. That responsibility is falling on others, and they are running with the idea full steam ahead. A Dutch design studio just so happened to conjure up a station wagon Model S concept that’s actually turning into reality. Niels van Roji Design, the studio behind…

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​Chromageddon Come Down: Educators are Wary After Thousands of Google Devices Fail

Kelly Dumont is an education technologist for Canyons School District in Sandy, Utah. On December 5, his district was one of many around the country that experienced a massive Chromebook error that caused hundreds of thousands of devices to temporarily disconnect from the internet. Dumont, who is the elementary edtech team lead in his Utah district, believes that all 20,000 of the devices in CSD were affected by the issue, which was resolved by Google later that day. Now that…

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US fintech firm Cayan to add 65 roles by 2019 in Belfast

Cayan is to establish a new services support function at its City Quays offices, which will create 65 new positions. US payment-processing tech company Cayan has revealed that it will launch a new merchant services support function at its Belfast-based City Quays offices, creating 65 new positions in the process. The roles being offered are in customer service and include client services representatives, team leaders and case managers. It is expected that these roles will be filled by 2019. By…

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Want Proof That Patience Pays Off? Ask the Founders of This 17-Year-Old $525 Million Email Empire

It’s a beautiful day in his neighborhood, and Ben Chestnut is thinking about pain. Late-afternoon sun is shining on Atlanta’s BeltLine, an abandoned train track converted into a green pedestrian path. Children cluster at a cart selling small-batch raspberry-lime Popsicles. Commuters swarm past on bikes and boards and feet, the city’s gleaming towers at a picturesque remove. And Chestnut, a slim and sober presence in near-monochrome navy beneath his mop of black hair, is contemplating a bicycle. MailChimp co-founder and…

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Appsperiment project will set new standard in photography

Google has launched three new apps under the project named as Appsperiment. This is the first installment of the apps under this project which is inspired by Motion stills — an app that is developed by Google researchers that converts short videos into cinematograph and time lapses using experimental stabilization rendering technologies. Today, there are apps 2 billion smartphones used world wide and they are carrying camera that is capable of capturing unbelievable quality as compare to the cameras available…

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