This company just launched its first 'made from scratch' rocket

With big names like SpaceX and Blue Origin stealing headlines left and right, smaller space travel startups tend to cruise under the radar.

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One retailer has the Nintendo Switch in stock right now

Ladies and gentlemen, something unheard of is happening right now — you have not one, not two, but three different options to purchase a Nintendo Switch right now.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/19/one-retailer-has-nintendo-switch-in-stock-right-now.html

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Mastercard has a new credit card with a fingerprint scanner in it

Mastercard has unveiled a new credit card that incorporates a fingerprint scanner built right into the bottom of the card.

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Samsung executive confirms plans to move appliance manufacturing to the U.S.

Samsung looks to be making moves … right on over to the United States. According to a report from the Korea Herald, the South Korean tech giant is looking into relocating manufacturing facilities for home appliances to the U.S.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/03/09/samsung-executive-confirms-plans-to-move-appliance-manufacturing-to-u-s.html

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How AI fights the war against fake news

A three-headed alien is wandering around Central Park right now. If you believe that, you might be susceptible to a fake news story. Artificial Intelligence technology, however, could be a vital weapon in the war on fake news, according to cybersecurity companies.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/02/21/how-ai-fights-war-against-fake-news.html

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Why can’t Microsoft get Windows 10 updates right?

Windows 10 Update screen shots

Everyone agrees that getting Windows Update right is a hard problem, but it’s more than legacy hardware and software that have kept Microsoft from fixing it.

The post Why can’t Microsoft get Windows 10 updates right? appeared first on ExtremeTech.

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Best job search websites

Finding a job is tough in today’s economy, but with the right website, you can find something that’s suitable to your talents and individual skillset. These 9 job search website can help, though, even if you’re simply looking for an internship.

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Aptean SVP Matt Keenan: CRM Needs to Be Intuitive


There are three significant trends in CRM right now, according to Matt Keenan, SVP of Aptean’s product group. “The first is the rapid evolution of human-system interaction. Gone are the days of sitting in front of a laptop and interacting with CRM. Customers are looking for multiple channels. The way people are interacting with applications and data is evolving radically. Second, users are demanding more of and from their CRM systems, whether it be simple things like efficiency, or more complex things like recommendations and predictions.”

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/84136.html?rss=1

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Here's What Happens When Computers Fail At Your Polling Place

Everything will be all right.

Polls have only been open a few hours, but voting stations are already running into technical trouble. According to the Washington Post, this morning the laptop computer…

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Zendesk SVP Matt Price: CRM's Super-Exciting Road Ahead


The most important trends in CRM right now are “the rise of the millennials, the rise of the promoter economy, and the rise of the conscious consumer,” said Matt Price, Zendesk’s SVP of emerging businesses. “The ‘R’ in CRM is relationship, and all of these things impact how we develop relationships with our customers. We’re moving beyond a series of transactions to relationships. Even 10 years ago with traditional CRM, it was really down to the customer’s financial transaction history and the notes that the CSR rep put in the customer record.”

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Apple's latest patent hopes to put an end to autocorrect fails

From a Scottish woman wanting the right words on a birthday cake to U.S. presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, autocorrect doesn’t have many fans.

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Pinky torture: Why the iPhone SE is a one-handed wonder, and the iPhone 6s is not

Article Image I can’t really say I’ve ever been hyper aware of the pinky on my right hand. That is, until Apple decided to start making larger phones, and the smallest digit on the end of my hand began to suffer.

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Billionaire Mark Cuban says Apple deserves a 'standing ovation' for fighting FBI on encryption

Article Image Apple did “exactly the right thing” by refusing a request from the U.S. government to create a backdoor to access a terrorist’s locked iPhone, billionaire Mark Cuban wrote in response to the encryption controversy this week.

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Apple chip suppliers gearing up capacity for 'iPhone 7' production – report

Article Image Right on schedule for a fall product launch, Apple’s suppliers are said to be reserving “a significant portion” of production capacities for the second and third quarters of 2016, ahead of the highly anticipated “iPhone 7″ launch.

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Google Expands Europeans' Internet Amnesia Zone


Google is expanding the right of Europeans to be forgotten on the Internet to domains outside their countries, according to news reports Thursday. Searches made from European IP addresses for people whom Google has granted a right to be forgotten will turn up zero links, regardless of which version of Google is used. Previously, links from such searches were blocked only from European versions of Google. Users with IP addresses outside Europe will continue to see unedited results when their searches include right-to-be-forgotten links.

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