Category: Office

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Gmail is about to get a bunch of exciting new features

mail, the email provider that you know is probably really bad privacy-wise but is just so dang handy, is getting a redesign and a load of new features...
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Commission Impossible, part two: How enemies gathered around net neutrality

One would think that the classification of internet providers as telecoms or not, and which federal agency has authority over them, is about as in the...
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Gfycat wants to fix your low-fidelity GIFs with machine learning

We all love to share GIFs — and there are plenty of ways to do that, through online portals or keyboards — but often times because there is so muc...
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Google buys Apple for $9 billion, claims fake headlines picked up by Dow Jones

For two very surreal minutes, mountains moved, tides changed, and the natural order of everything in the tech world was thrown totally out of whack: T...
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Facebook announces $199 Oculus Go standalone VR headset

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants to get a billion people to live and play in VR. But the company won’t get there with premium VR headsets like...
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Zuckerberg sets a giant goal for virtual reality, but without a timeline

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wants 1 billion people to use virtual reality. That’s about 13 percent of the world’s population. Zuckerberg...
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THE NEW BEATS HEADPHONES CANCEL NOISE BETTER THAN EVER

FROM THE OUTSIDE, Beats’ new over-the-ear headphones, the Studio 3, look exactly like the Studio 2 and the Studio 1. They have the big can ears...
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With smart controls and contracts, blockchain tech is bridging the real and virtual worlds

It’s easy to take cryptocurrencies and blockchain-powered startups for granted because of the hype. While you might think that Bitcoin, Ethereum, o...
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The Surface Laptop is not a Chromebook competitor; it’s a league of its own

If you’re one of the many people eagerly waiting for the release of the Surface Pro 5, Surface Book 2, or (dare I say it) Surface Phone, then you m...
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Minimal Differences Between New iPad and iPad Air Found in Teardown

In their typical fashion, the prying hands over at iFixIt have dismantled Apple’s latest 9.7-inch iPad, which is being referred to around the web as...