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November 16, 2017

Time Magazine’s 25 Best Innovations Of 2017

Today Time Magazine published it’s highly anticipated “25 Best Innovations Of 2017” list. There are a few what-the-hecks among the about-time choices. Here is a complete list.

Photograph by Sebastian Mader for TIME

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November 13, 2017

Your Wi-Fi Is On KRACK! How To Detox And Rehab Your Devices Now.

Image your Wi-Fi signal being lured down a dark and seedy connection by a code that promises higher speeds and quick hits! This newly discovered vulnerability in WPA2, a fundamental security protocol meant to protect Wi-Fi networks, can invade ANY device that utilizes a wireless interface. The bug is known as KRACK, Key Reinstallation Attack, and works against all modern protected Wi-Fi networks. It allows hacker to inject ransomware or malware and can also provide hackers with sensitive personal information such as credit card numbers or PINs and passwords. But like obtaining a drug, the hacker-pusher must be within 2 – 8 miles of your Wi-Fi signal.

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November 10, 2017

CLIPS APP UDPDATE GETS IMMERSIVE. NEW SELFIE SCENES OFFER 360-DEGREE SELFIES ON iPHONE X

As if you needed another reason to buy the can’t-get-your-hands-on iPhone X, Apple announced yesterday a super major update to Clips , the free app for iOS that allows users to create and share videos using iPhone or iPad. The tad-dah is the new feature Selfie Scenes, that adds super slick immersive transfer effects and a redesigned user interface for creating stellar videos on the go!

Here’s how it works. The TrueDepth Camera system on the iPhone X removes your original selfie background and places you in an animated, 360-degree Selfie Scene complete with environmental sound effects. I know right?! Currently, users can choose from 10 Apple-designed immersive scenes, [...]

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November 9, 2017

TWEET, TWEET! 280 CHARACTERS IN THESE STREETS!

Hip hop artist Jay Z may have to re-write the lyrics to his hit song, “Tom Ford”  now that Twitter has increased its character limit from 140 to 280 for a single tweet.

The company announced Tuesday that the character limit would apply to languages such as English where cramming is an issue. The character increase would not apply to other languages such as Japanese, Chinese, or Korean because those languages allow users to express more with fewer characters. And although savvy Twitter users tweet screenshots of conversations as a way around the old character count limit, the increase may allow for increased user engagement, followers, and re-tweets. All good news [...]

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  • Google launches a paid enterprise edition of its Dialogflow chatbot builder
    by Frederic Lardinois on November 16, 2017 at 6:00 pm

     Google today announced the beta launch of its enterprise edition of Dialogflow, its tool for building chatbots and other conversational applications. In addition, Dialogflow (both in its free and enterprise version) is now getting built-in support for speech recognition, something that developers previously had to source through the Google Cloud Speech API or similar services. Unsurprisingly,… Read Mor […]

  • New Venzee tool brings data transformation and validation to your blockchain project
    by Ron Miller on November 16, 2017 at 2:05 pm

     If the blockchain is going to be an immutable record, you need to start with clean data. The question is, how do you get clean data into a blockchain database to begin with. It’s kind of a quandary for use cases not starting with a green field, but Venzee, a startup that has been helping customers clean up their retail supply chain data to share with large vendors, thinks it has an… Read Mor […]

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