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Stepes Launches Enterprise Cloud Translations ⋆ ALERTIFY

Like Amazon, which has revolutionized the retail business, Stepes Translation Cloud automates many common project management tasks such as file …

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Samsung Destroys Guy Who Made A Dick Pic Joke On Twitter

🔥 🔥 🔥<p>What a tool.<p>Last week, Samsung posted a photo of its latest phone release, the Galaxy S8, on its Twitter page. In the caption, the company encouraged its fans to share the first photo they took with the new phone.<p>Many of the tweets were pretty cute.<p>Then <i>that guy</i>, who goes by the Twitter …

Mobile

T-Mobile quarterly profit up, new subscribers top estimates

T-Mobile US Inc added more subscribers than expected in the first quarter as promotional offers helped the No. 3 wireless carrier win over customers despite rival unlimited data plans, the company said on Monday.<p>T-Mobile has been gaining share from larger competitors AT&T Inc and Verizon …

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Dropbox document scanning comes to Android devices

Android Dropbox users now have the same ability as their iOS-using brethren: scanning documents right to their account with a mobile app. The company's Paper app -- a collaborative document workspace for Dropbox Business users -- also gets an offline mode for both iOS and Android.<p>The scanning …

Laptop ban hits Gulf airlines in battle for business travelers

LONDON (Reuters) - A ban on laptops in plane cabins bound for the United States from some cities could deal a blow to the big, fast-growing Gulf airlines, which depend on business-class flyers stopping over in places like Dubai or Doha for far-flung destinations.<p>Travellers are seen at the Emirates …

Airbnb is offering free housing to refugees and “anyone not allowed in the US”

A day after US president Donald Trump signed an executive order indefinitely banning Syrian refugees, and temporarily blocking refugees and citizens from six other majority-Muslim countries—including permanent US residents—a federal judge issued an emergency stay for those currently detained in the …

Immigration

An enormous, $13K cell phone? Yup, in 1986

With many cellphones these days small enough to fit into your pocket, it can be hard to imagine anything that could require some muscle to lug around.<p>…

This smart brush monitors the health of your hair by listening to it

Withings, now owned by Nokia (yep, that Nokia), will release a smart hairbrush and accompanying app later this year, so you can finally figure out if …

2.1 million people still use dial-up internet from AOL, and other mind-boggling facts

If you pay attention to tech journalism, it seems like we live in a utopia of streaming devices, smart offices, robot thermostats, and cell phones …

Canadian Regulators Declare 50 Mbps To Be The New Broadband Standard

A few years back, the FCC here in the States bumped the base definition of broadband from 4 Mbps downstream, 1 Mbps upstream, to 25 Mbps downstream, …

Google buys Sweden’s Limes Audio to boost Hangouts voice quality

In a blog post, Google announced the acquisition of Limes Audio, a Swedish company that focuses on improving the quality of voice calls. The 10-year-old company, headquartered in Umeå, Sweden, also has offices in Stockholm and Palo Alto.<p>The acquisition isn’t Google’s first time shopping around in …

Startups

Two major airlines are creating a brand-new low-cost airline in Europe

Two leading travel giants have come together to establish the sixth largest budget airline in Europe, meaning travellers may soon have yet another option when trying to find low-cost trips around the continent.<p>Abu Dhabi-based Etihad has joined forces with the pan-European TUI Group to create the …

British Airways

More hotels are checking out of the Bible business

When the ultra-hip Moxy Hotel opens in San Diego next year, the rooms will be stocked with the usual amenities — an alarm clock, hair dryer, writing desk and flat-screen TV.<p>But you won't find a Bible in the bedside nightstand.<p>Marriott International, the world's largest hotel company, supplies a …

Hospitality

Industrial Analytics Based On Internet Of Things Will Revolutionize Manufacturing

• McKinsey Global Institute predicts that the Internet of Things (IoT) will generate up to $11T in value to the global economy by 2025.<br>• 69% of decision makers believe Industrial Analytics will be crucial for business success in 2020, with 15% considering it crucial today.<br>• Predictive and prescriptive …

Big Data

Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford refuse to dress Melania Trump

Two of the fashion industry’s biggest names, Marc Jacobs and Tom Ford have insisted that they won’t be dressing Melania Trump any time soon, despite fellow icon Tommy Hilfiger’s comments last week that ‘any designer should be proud to dress her.’<p>‘I have no interest whatsoever in dressing Melania …

These 3 apps can help you monitor your teens' activities online

Typical teens live on their phones nowadays — and often their parents don't have a clue what they're doing on them, who they're talking to, or what they're typing.<p>But three apps that you can download onto your kids' phones right now can change that, by enabling you to monitor not just your child's …

Apps

Uma Thurman Calls the New, Unretouched Pirelli Calendar a “Feminist Statement”

From Lupita Nyong’o to Charlotte Rampling, the new Pirelli calendar features beauty over the years.<p>This is the third time that famed photographer <b>Peter Lindbergh</b> has shot the famed Pirelli calendar, which was first launched in 1964 as promotional material for the Italian tire company, and has since …

AT&T just declared war on an open internet (and us)

‘Mobilizing Your World’ sounds like a threat now<p>Last year we won the open internet back, but the new regulations had one big weakness: they didn’t explicitly ban a scheme called “zero rating.” Zero rating is a poison pill wrapped in a piece of cheese; it <i>looks</i> like a good thing for consumers (free …

Net Neutrality