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Internet

U.S. Shuts Down Huge Online Dark Web Market, AlphaBay

The site was used by 'hundreds of thousands' of people to buy and sell illegal goods and services, such as drugs, stolen IDs, malware and other hacking tools.
Phishing

After Docs Phishing Scam, Google to Call Out Unverified Apps

Google is rolling out a new 'unverified app' warning screen, which will appear when you encounter web apps Google has not confirmed as authentic.
Google Glass

Google Glass Enterprise Edition Is Ready for Work

After working on an enterprise version of the wearable, aptly named Glass Enterprise Edition, for the past two years, the Glass team is finally ready to bring it to more businesses.
Emoji

Check Out the New Emoji Headed to Apple Devices

The new characters include a woman wearing a headscarf, a person meditating, a bearded man, a woman breastfeeding and food items such as a sandwich and coconut.
Google

Simplify the Recruitment Process With Google Hire

Hire, a new recruiting app for small and mid-sized businesses, integrates with G Suite apps like Gmail and Google Calendar.
Wi-Fi

People Accidentally Agree to Clean Toilets for Free Wi-Fi

U.K.-based Wi-Fi provider Purple recently added a 'community service clause' to its usual terms, and 22,000 blindly agreed to it.
Apple

Apple Back-to-School Deals Include Free Beats Gear

Now through Sept. 25, students can get a free set of Beats headphones when they buy an eligible Apple Mac or iPad.
Privacy Concerns

These Companies Are 'Falling Short' on User Privacy

AT&T, Comcast, T-Mobile and Verizon were the four lowest performing companies in the Electronic Frontier Foundation's latest 'Who Has Your Back' report.
Twitter

Clean Up the Twitter Garbage With New Notification Filters

To avoid garbage tweets, you can now disable Twitter notifications from people who don't follow you and/or those with a new account.
Microsoft

Microsoft to Cut Thousands of Sales Jobs

CNBC reports that cuts will affect 'less than 10 percent of the company's total sales force,' or up to 3,000 jobs.
Volvo

Volvo to Go All Electric by 2019

The move marks 'the historic end of cars that only have an internal combustion engine.'
Volvo

Volvo's Self-Driving Cars Confused by Kangaroos in Australia

Volvo's self-driving cars use the ground as a reference point for distance, and the kangaroo's hopping makes it hard to determine how far away they are.
Instagram

Instagram Is Using Machine Learning to Block Offensive Comments

The Facebook-owned social network on Thursday started rolling out two new machine learning-powered filters that will shield you from offensive and spammy comments.
Technology

This Polymer Device Can 'Walk' When Illuminated

The device itself has just two parts: a rectangular frame and a piece of special polymer material that can 'undulate and ... propel itself forward under the influence of light.'
Facebook

After Crash, Facebook Internet Drone Completes Successful Flight

Facebook called the landing 'absolutely perfect,' but admitted that Aquila suffered a 'few minor, easily repairable dings' from its gravel landing pad.