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Reuters built an algorithm to flag and verify breaking news on Twitter

A tool that filters out the fake<p>Reuters has developed a tool capable of automatically detecting and verifying breaking news on Twitter, in an attempt to report on events more rapidly and accurately. The tool, known as Reuters News Tracer, has been developed over the past two years, but Reuters only …

Malware strain infects over a million Android phones

A nasty strain of Android malware that has been in the wild for the last two years is once again rearing its ugly head. Gooligan, the name given to malware that has been found in at least 86 malicious apps, has been infecting Android handsets at a rate of 13,000 devices worldwide per day, Israeli …

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Apple's New Ten-Inch iPad Rumors Reveal Surprising Design Choices

Following reports at the weekend on Apple’s plans to release a new iPad targeted at the education market, further details have surfaced. Speaking to sources in the supply chain, Mac Otakara is reporting that Apple’s latest iPad will debut two new features that are also expected to make an …

Mobile Technology

The 3 Things You Must Do to Build Your Network

While there is a multitude of things that are challenging and unexpected, getting your network resources together will be rewarding.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>The strength of your professional network can make or break you in the early days of your startup. Trust …

Clean Google Calendar is the Beautiful GCal You Always Wanted

Chrome: If you’re a regular Google Calendar user, you know that it won’t win any design points. This Chrome app cleans up and streamlines its …

Google Calendar

How Cyber Criminals Will Weaponize the Internet of Things in 2017 | Inc.com

Someone clever seriously disrupted the Internet's marquee web properties recently. The attacker launched several waves of nuisance traffic against domain name provider, Dyn, clogging up Dyn's systems and causing it to crash.<p>This is what's known as a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. And …

Cybersecurity

Spark, the Super Customizable Email App, Is Now Available On Mac

Spark, one of our favorite email apps for iPhone and iPad, has made the jump to Mac. Now you can use all of your custom filters, gestures, smart …

Apps

The Best To-Do List Apps All Avid List Makers and Busy People Must Have on their iPhone

You know you’ve arrived when you have no choice but to start making to-do-lists! Or maybe you just have way too much on your shoulder. We kid, we …

Apps

A Simple Coding Mistake Left Donald Trump's Website Open to All Kinds of Chaos

Make Security Great Again.<p>Coding a website is hard, especially the website of a presidential candidate. Yesterday, Donald Trump's web design team found out exactly how hard it can be when software designer Shu Uesugi discovered a serious security flaw in Trump's website. The flaw has been fixed, …

Recommended Reading: What happened at Hyperloop One?

<b>How Hyperloop One<br>went off the rails</b><br>Sarah McBride,<br>Bloomberg<p>The folks at Hyperloop One are one group trying to make Elon Musk's seemingly crazy idea of a levitating pod transportation system a reality. That task hasn't been without its fair share of issues, including infighting and employee lawsuits. …

Why mid-century modern is forever

Design trends come and go, but is mid-century modern forever? The minimalist movement that first swept through U.S. suburbs in the 1940s and ’50s has gone through so many streaks of popularity over the years that it’s beginning to feel like a design staple. The current craze, which has lasted …

Mid-Century modern

Companies Can’t Legally Void the Warranty for Jailbreaking or Rooting Your Phone

Federal warranty law protects your right to run third-party software on your electronics.<p>After I published an article about how electronics manufacturers including Microsoft and Sony illegally void the warranties of consumers who open their devices, I got a flood of emails from people wondering …

7 Gadgets That Should Be in Your Emergency Kit

Relatively speaking, the last few years have been tame on the hurricane front. But according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration …

Intel explains how USB Type-C will make you forget about the 3.5mm audio jack

Upcoming smartphones might not have a 3.5mm headphone jack. It all still hangs on a rumor that Apple's iPhone will shun all connectors but its …

400-square-foot apartment uses clever pivot wall to divide space in multiple ways

1/5<p>Ryan Frank National Theater London<p>Furniture designer Ryan Frank has created a series of sustainable timber furniture for the National Theater in …

You May Have to Wait Longer to Buy the iPhone 7

You may have to wait a little longer than you thought for the new iPhone.<p>Most of the rumors flying around about the iPhone 7 concern the changes …

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 review: Take note, this is the big-screen phone to beat - Pocket-lint

The Samsung Note family is characterised by one thing: the inclusion of a stylus (that's S Pen in Samsung speak).<p>Previously, the Note stood slightly …

10 Olympic athletes' daily habits that could make you more successful

As morning people who appreciate routine even while we try to embrace some spontaneity, we're admittedly fascinated by the drive, dedication, and self-discipline embodied by Olympic athletes.<p>Following a rigid diet that involves counting protein grams and being mindful of carbohydrates isn't at the …

The Next Must-Have Smartphone Feature - MIT Technology Review

Smartphones can tell you when to depart for the airport to make your flight, provide voice-guided directions on the way there, and route around …

13 things the Galaxy Note 7 can do that the iPhone can't

We already have our full review here, but it's also worth highlighting some of the Note 7's exclusive features that you won't find on the iPhone.

Big VR ambitions at Intel, Microsoft

At an Intel (NASDAQ:INTC) event in San Francisco, CEO Brian Krzanich showed off his company's standalone VR headset prototype, Project Alloy.<p>The …

Huawei is selling a phone with the Galaxy S7’s specs for $400

Huawei is a Chinese phone manufacturer notorious for selling off-contract Android phones for dirt cheap. With the latest addition to the family, the …

Apple opens carrier billing in Japan, a day after Taiwan and Switzerland

Apple's direct phone billing plans are unfolding, with the company allowing Japanese users to opt to add their apps and music purchases to their …

iPhone 7: best new features, UK price and Apple's release date

Apple released the next generation of the iPhone at its annual September event this week - the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.<p>At the launch event in San Francisco, the company revealed an upgraded iPhone that, while aesthetically similar to the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, has several important …

Mobile Technology

10 homes that get up close and personal with nature

Architects Makoto Tanijiri and Ai Yoshida of Suppose Design Office built this small, transparent-walled house to integrate into the environment, with …

We visited Google's new YouTube lab — here's what it's like inside

YouTube Space London, which opened on Tuesday, includes three soundproof studios, editing suites, and a store for YouTubers to sell their merchandise. It also has a community area with a coffee bar.<p>The 20,000-square-foot YouTube Space will also play host to a range of workshops that are designed to …

30 of the Most Creative Bookshelves Designs

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9 Places to Learn How to Code in 15 Minutes or Less a Day

These coding games and apps will help you learn how to program in no time flat.<p>I read with great interest a recent TechCrunch article from a developer named Basel Farag. In "Please Don't Learn to Code," the author makes a compelling case as to why courses and bootcamps for everyday people to learn …