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Hackers Can Use Subtitles to Infect Your Devices
Hackers

Hackers Can Use Subtitles to Infect Your Devices

Researchers from security firm Check Point said 'hundreds of millions' of devices running media players such as VLC, Kodi, Popcorn Time and Stremio are at risk.
Texas Legislature Overrules Austin, Allows Uber and Lyft to Return
Uber

Texas Legislature Overrules Austin, Allows Uber and Lyft to Return

They're expected to open Monday right after the governor signs the bill into law.
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Facebook 'Trending' Section Is Getting a Little More Useful
Facebook

Facebook 'Trending' Section Is Getting a Little More Useful

Now, when you click on a trending topic, you'll see a carousel with stories about it.
Zuckerberg: Some Tech Is Worrying, but Not Facebook
Mark Zuckerberg

Zuckerberg: Some Tech Is Worrying, but Not Facebook

In his Harvard commencement address, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg reminisced about his intentions for starting the social network.
iPhone 8 Will Be Good for Selfie Lovers
News and Trends

iPhone 8 Will Be Good for Selfie Lovers

Plus, luggage startup Away and dog food subscription service The Farmer's Dog have closed some major investment deals.
Venturer
First Year of Recreational Marijuana Sales Are a Tax Windfall for Oregon
Cannabis

First Year of Recreational Marijuana Sales Are a Tax Windfall for Oregon

Legal cannabis will yield more than $200 million yearly for schools, public health and policing.
dispensaries.com
A New Report Slams Tesla Working Conditions, Claims Employees Have Suffered Twice as Many Serious Injuries
Tesla

A New Report Slams Tesla Working Conditions, Claims Employees Have Suffered Twice as Many Serious Injuries

Tesla is continuing to come under fire for injury rates at its flagship plant in Fremont, Calif., but the electric carmaker says factory conditions are improving.
Selfies Could Fool the Galaxy S8's Iris Scanner
Selfie

Selfies Could Fool the Galaxy S8's Iris Scanner

A hack demonstrates that the iris scanner in Samsung's new flagship smartphone could unlock the device when presented with a photograph of the owner's eye.
Apple Wants to Teach You How to Make Apps
Apple

Apple Wants to Teach You How to Make Apps

The full-year curriculum, available as a free download in Apple's iBooks Store, promises to teach students how to 'code and design fully functional apps,' Apple said.
Whether You Buy Online or in Stores, Google Will Know
Google

Whether You Buy Online or in Stores, Google Will Know

Google's advertisers will soon be able to measure the success of their online campaigns based on credit card transaction data from physical stores.
Who's the Next PewDiePie?
YouTube

Who's the Next PewDiePie?

YouTubers with an authentic voice are using the platform to turn 15 minutes of fame into cross-promotional multimillion-dollar brands.
Eric Samson
It Turns Out, Millennials Are Happiest With Their Health Benefits
Millennials

It Turns Out, Millennials Are Happiest With Their Health Benefits

They are also more likely to be actively engaged in choosing a plan.
Nina Zipkin
Why It's Important That Facebook Admitted It Sometimes 'Gets Things Wrong'
Facebook

Why It's Important That Facebook Admitted It Sometimes 'Gets Things Wrong'

Here is what you can learn from the controversy over the social network's content moderation policies.
Nina Zipkin
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