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A photographer shot an awesome time-lapse of SpaceX’s recent rocket launch

Last Friday, SpaceX launched its 18th and final mission of 2017, sending a Falcon 9 rocket out of Vandenberg Air Force Base and into the California sky. The white tail of the rocket was an unusual sight, leaving many in Southern California who did not know a rocket launch was occurring confused, with some even speculating it was a UFO. Now, a spectacular 40-second time-lapse of the Falcon 9 has been posted by photographer Jesse Watson. Watson lives in Yuma,…

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Apple shares drop amid reports of low demand for iPhone X – National

BEIJING/SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 26 (Reuters) – Shares in Apple Inc and several of its Asian suppliers fell on Tuesday after a report by Taiwan’s Economic Daily and comments from some analysts suggested iPhone X demand could come in below expectations in the first quarter. Apple will slash its sales forecast for the iPhone X in the quarter to 30 million units, the newspaper said on Monday, citing unidentified sources, down from what it said was an initial plan of 50…

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The ‘How Do You Screw That Up’ Award goes to Electronic Arts

You would think that making new Star Wars games in the era of annual film releases from Disney is a can’t-lose scenario, but you weren’t counting on publisher Electronic Arts. But while your Star Wars: Battlefront II release didn’t go as planned, EA, you won’t come away from 2017 empty handed thanks to our GamesBeat Rewind year-end event. The ‘How Do You Screw That Up?’ Award winner is … Electronic Arts Listen to us discuss this category in the audio version of…

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How developers will work in 2018

What does 2018 hold for developers? What trends will change the way they work? TNW spoke to developers across a number of segments, and asked what they thought next year would bring. Here’s what they said. All about the containers Containerization is a great idea. When you put a bit of code into a container, you’re essentially packaging it in a certain way. It contains pretty much everything you need to run the software — like libraries, tools, settings —…

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Revealed: How Netflix Makes Money

Netflix is the biggest video streaming service in the world today. It serves 190 countries with over 109 million users, with movies and series in 21 languages — and all without ads ruining your viewing experience. So how exactly does Netflix make any money? The service is full of fantastic TV shows, be it Stranger Things or Black Mirror. As a viewer and subscriber, you surely want to know how Netflix plans to keep serving more episodes of your favorite…

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One iPhone slowdown lawsuit is seeking a wild $999 billion

After Apple admitted to slowing down iPhone CPUs earlier this month, as many as eight class action lawsuits claiming that the company has robbed plaintiffs of the functionality and value of their devices have been filed. However, according to a report by Patently Apple, one is seeking a payout a bit larger than the rest — $999 billion, to be exact. The lawsuit, filed by Violetta Mailyan in the Central District of California, alleges the following: Each member of the Class…

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Exploring Options for DIY Waterproofing

TL;DR — Don’t use silicone to pot electronics. That’s the conclusion [GreatScott!] comes to after trying out several methods for waterproofing electronics. His efforts stem from a recent video in which he discovered that water and electricity sometimes actually do mix, as long as the water is distilled and the electronics in the drink are relatively simple. He found that the main problem was, unsurprisingly, electrolytic corrosion, so he set out to experiment with various waterproofing coatings. In a series of…

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Incredible sound meets water-resistance in these Bluetooth earbuds

Earbuds tend to get a bad rap, due to the fact that most of them lack a decent bass response and are ill-fitting. These FRESHeBUDS Pro Magnetic Bluetooth Earbuds break all the rules by offering superb bass and treble delivery along with supreme comfort, and their price has just been dropped to $29.95—making them a perfect last-minute gift for your holiday list. Ideal for people who live an active lifestyle, these buds are completely sweat- and water-resistant—meaning you can take…

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From Good Intentions to Real Shortcomings: An Edtech Reckoning

In 2017, reality took a massive swipe at the wobbly optimism of technology progressives. Echoing wider soul searching over technology’s polarizing role in politics and society, the education technology scene has been doing its own reckoning. As the bubbly enthusiasm in the democratizing power of platforms like Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) and Khan Academy quietly wanes, we’ve seen more attention to digital inequity like the homework gap and gender discrimination in coding careers. Concerned that current technologies may not…

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Report: Uber to sell its troubled car leasing division to Fair.com

Uber Technologies Inc. is doing some end-of-year restructuring under its new chief operating officer. The Wall Street Journal reported today that the ride-hailing company has signed an agreement to sell its Xchange Leasing subsidiary to Fair.com, the startup behind the digital auto marketplace of the same name. The anonymous insiders who leaked the acquisition didn’t share the value of the transaction. Uber originally launched Xchange Leasing about three years ago to make vehicles available for drivers who may be wish…

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WE PROVIDE TECHNOLOGY  NEWS & ARTICLES, VIDEOS AND SOCIAL MEDIA POSTS. GET THE LATEST TECH AT LOW PRICES … COMPUTING IS STILL A PERSONAL THING – GET THE RIGHT DEVICE FOR THE RIGHT USER.