70 years after nuclear tests, marine life thrives at Bikini Atoll

Seventy years ago, the US dropped 23 nuclear bombs on Bikini Atoll—including one that was more than 1,000 times larger than the bomb dropped on Hiroshima, per the Guardian.

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How to lock down Windows 10 Anniversary Update’s privacy settings

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Windows 10’s Anniversary Update dropped last week with a host of new features — including new privacy settings and capabilities for protecting your data.

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Windows drops below 90% market share for the first time in years; Windows 7 falls below 50%

Microsoft’s total share of the operating system market has dropped below 90% for the first time in at least a decade. Windows 7 dipped below 50% as well last month, but it’s still the most popular Microsoft OS by a long shot.

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Apple's iPhone loses ground in 'urban China' for first time since 2014 – report

Article Image Apple’s smartphone marketshare in “urban China” dropped 3.2 percentage points year-over-year during the spring quarter of 2016 — marking the company’s first such decline in the region since August 2014, according to research data published on Wednesday.

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Amazon’s latest Fire OS removes encryption, is rolling out at the worst possible time

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Amazon has dropped encryption support from its latest tablet OS, but the timing makes it look more suspicious than it probably is.

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Facebook open to payments partnerships with Apple Pay, others

Article Image Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Wednesday name dropped Apple Pay in a discussion about his company’s willingness to partner with payments providers as a route to ad monetization, calling the fledgling service a segment innovator.

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Apple issues first betas for iOS 9.3, tvOS 9.2, watchOS 2.2 and El Capitan 10.11.4

Article Image Apple on Monday dropped a deluge of new software updates for testers, with new beta releases for its iOS, tvOS, watchOS and Mac OS X platforms now available to download.

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Nintendo's Miitomo Smartphone 'Game' Fails to Charm Investors

Nintendo shares dropped 9 percent on Thursday, and partner DeNA’s stock dropped 15 percent after Nintendo announced that it would wade into the mobile waters next year with social mobile app Miitomo. Based on the Mii digital avatars made popular by the Wii, Miitomo will seek to connect players through trivia, Nintendo President Tatsumi Kimishima reportedly said in a conference call with investors. The app, due to launch next March, will be a free-to-play game that will include add-ons that people can buy.

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Tesla Stock Plummets After Consumer Reports Do-Over

Tesla Motors’ stock price on Tuesday dropped more than 11 percent following Consumer Reports‘ withdrawal of its favorable recommendation for the company’s Model S sedan. Poor reliability contributed to the decision to withdraw its recommendation, but the magazine noted that 97 percent of Tesla owners surveyed said they would buy a car from the company again despite the problems. Tesla began trading Tuesday at $227.72 but fell to $202 per share during the day. In early trading Wednesday, the stock was hovering around $212 a share.

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Intel profits drop in Q3 on weak PC market, alleviated by higher chip prices, server & IoT markets

Article Image Intel profits dropped 6.3 percent year-over-year in the third quarter, impacted by a diminished market for desktop and laptop PCs — though the company was buoyed somewhat by things like higher selling prices for chips, and rising sales in the server market.

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Apple supplier Japan Display alludes to increased iPhone orders ahead of Sept. 9 event

Japan Display CEO Mitsuru Homma dropped some clues regarding Apple’s upcoming iPhone release on Thursday, saying his company’s biggest client, widely thought to be Apple, is increasing orders despite a soft Chinese market.

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Apple Music scores another exclusive with Eminem's 'Phenomenal' music video

Eminem dropped an epic music video-cum-short film for his latest single “Phenomenal” on Friday as an Apple Music exclusive fraught with product placement courtesy of Apple Watch and iPhone.

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Woman dumps rare Apple I worth $200,000 at recycling center

A Bay Area recycling center is attempting to track down an unidentified woman who dropped off a 1976-model Apple I in April, after the computer sold to a private collector for $200,000 this month.

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New York Times goes free in app update, Periscope moves beyond Twitter accounts

In a pair of iOS app updates on Monday, The New York Times dropped subscription fees for unlimited article access, while live-streaming video app Periscope added profile creation options for users who lack Twitter accounts.

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Plaintiffs drop class-action suit claiming Google Android monopoly

Plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against Google voluntarily dropped allegations that the company illegally created an Internet and mobile search monopoly through Android terms of use agreements.

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Apple's Boot Camp drops support for Windows 7 with latest MacBook models

Apple has dropped Boot Camp support for installations of Windows 7 on the recently refreshed 13-inch MacBook Pro and MacBook Air lineup, meaning users will have to switch to third-party virtualization software, upgrade to Windows 8 or wait for Microsoft to release Windows 10.

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Retail Shoppers Get More Satisfaction Online

Customer satisfaction with retail has dropped for the first time in four years, according to the American Customer Satisfaction Index — except in the subcategory of e-commerce. All of the brick-and-mortar retail categories registered weak or flat customer satisfaction for the fourth quarter of 2014, while online retail posted a year-over-year gain. This reflects the growing popularity and convenience of e-commerce, said ACSI Director David VanAmburg. The contradictory scores are also a reflection of larger trends, he said.

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