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Gehackte telecomman verspreidt hengelmail

Tot hun verbijstering floepte afgelopen donderdag een vreemde uitnodiging in hun mailbox, afkomstig van Verwaayen (63), voormalig bestuursvoorzitter …

Facebook Activates Safety Check-In Feature Amid Paris Terror Attacks

You can use Facebook to see if friends have checked in safely.<p>Facebook and its never-ending list of features encouraging you to share even more about your life can be an easy target for critics. But when it gets it right — like giving you a place to check in on loved ones in a crisis zone — it …

Apple’s Giant iPad Pro Is Coming on November 11, Report Says

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Instagram Builds Its Own Version of Snapchat Live Stories

More content, please!<p>Instagram is taking cues from Snapchat and Twitter with its latest update — curated content streams for specific events, in this case, Halloween.<p>If you open the Instagram app in the U.S. on Saturday, you’ll see a new prompt at the top of the feed to “Watch Halloween’s Best …

Neat Microphones Widget adds some space-age style to your podcast rig

Capture both audio and the spirit of postwar America with Gibson's newest microphones.<p>Neat Microphones, a brand created by Gibson Guitars, just …

This bot tells you if your selfies suck

After analyzing more than two million selfies, a neural network artificial intelligence program can actually tell you which ones suck.<p>Creator Andrej Karpathy, who previously worked with Google Research on its learning algorithm program DeepMind, fed the program with more than five million photos …

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Forget Self-Destructing Messages, Buzz’s New App Offers Self-Destructing Connections

Today, there are a variety of apps to choose from if you just want to privately chat with friends or even place phone calls without having to give out your real phone number – for example, Google Voice, Burner, kik, Viber, Whatsapp and others are popular choices. But these apps aren’t fully …

Google's new app lets your friends know when you're down to hang

Letting your friends know you're down to hang; there's (now) an app for that, and no, it's not just messaging.<p>Without any official announcement, …

Facebook Here, Google Now

/* */<p>Google doesn’t know who your friends are, who you chat with, or what news you care about.<p>Just like how Facebook doesn’t know what’s in your email, what directions you map, what you web search for, or what’s going on in your Android phone. That’s why the two have huge but very different …

Apple's News app finally arrives in the UK

Apple’s standalone news aggregator app for iOS devices is now available to users in the UK, following the release of iOS 9.1.<p>The feature launched in other countries earlier this year, but hadn’t previously been made available in the UK.<p>According to The Guardian, Apple News in the UK launches with …

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Facebook Messenger Wants To BE Your Phone Number With New Message Requests

Phone numbers are dumb. Once someone has yours, you can’t stop them from contacting you.<p>Someone might want you to call them, but if you don’t have their random string of digits, you can’t. And you could miss something extremely important if a person you’ve never met really needs to reach …

Facebook notifications get Google-inspired update

Facebook is updating its notifications to be more "personalised" with the launch of features not dissimilar from Google Now.<p>Alongside current …

Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Keep get new features on Android

Google is today rolling out updates to its Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Keep apps that add a handful of new features for Android users.<p>First up, the Sheets app now allows users to view more content on the screen by automatically hiding “toolbars and headers so that you can see more of your …

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