North Korea: Will mini nukes become an option for Trump?

In the Cold War era, the deterrence approach could be described as the bigger the nuclear bomb, the better. Are new mini nukes the right solution instead for today’s threat of a nuclear war?

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/11/07/north-korea-will-mini-nukes-become-option-for-trump.html

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Facebook apologizes for video viewing-time error

Facebook apologized on Friday for what it described as a “miscalculation” in the way it reported how long, on average, videos on the site were viewed.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/09/23/facebook-apologizes-for-video-viewing-time-error.html

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5 Ways to Guarantee Sales Will Hate Your CRM


CRM often is described as a discipline and a technology that will transform the entire business. Sales and marketing can get on the same page, support will have visibility into what sales and marketing are doing, and every interaction can be captured and used to create a complete and comprehensive view of every customer. CRM has some weak links, however. In many businesses, those weak links are the members of the sales team. Like any software, CRM is only as good as the data that goes into it.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/83711.html?rss=1

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Legere Steps Back After Hurling F-Word at EFF


John Legere, T-Mobile’s loquacious CEO, has apologized to the Electronic Frontier Foundation for what he described as a “color commentary” that drew sharp criticism. “I am a vocal, animated and sometimes foul mouthed CEO,” Legere wrote in a Monday blog post. “I don’t filter myself and you know that no one at T-Mobile filters me either.” While unapologetic for his demeanor, Legere did offer a mea culpa for “offending EFF and its supporters,” noting that EFF is an organization that fights for consumers.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82962.html?rss=1

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Google News buries news of Google's FTC investigation under Daniel Lyons fluff

After the embarrassing leak of a U.S. Federal Trade Commission investigation that described how Google shifted around its search results to harm competition, Google News has shifted its search results to harm journalism, promoting instead a fluff piece glorifying Google, written by Daniel Lyons.



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BlackBerry finally announces the Passport, and it’s coming to America soon

BlackBerry has finally shown off the Passport smartphone, a device described as “iconic” by CEO John Chen. The post BlackBerry finally announces the Passport, and it’s coming to America soon appeared first on Digital Trends.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/09/24/blackberry-finally-announces-passport-and-its-coming-to-america-soon/

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Western Digital unveils world’s first 10TB hard drive: Helium-filled, shingled recording

Ultrastar He8 close-up
In what can only be described as the hard drive equivalent of Game of Thrones, Western Digital’s HGST has announced the world’s first 10-terabyte hard drive: the helium-filled Ultrastar He10. This comes just a few weeks after Seagate announced initial availability of its 8TB air-filled hard drive, which at the time was the largest hard drive in the world. There’s no word on pricing yet but Western Digital says, somewhat unbelievably, that the 10TB drive will have the lowest cost-per-gigabyte and power consumption-per-gigabyte of any drive on the market.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/189813-western-digital-unveils-worlds-first-10tb-hard-drive-helium-filled-shingled-recording

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5 Big Data Marketing Myths


Big Data’s legend has reached mythical proportions. Increasingly, it is described as a powerful solution that could resolve some of the world’s most complex challenges, from terrorist strikes to curing cancer. It is still early days for Big Data implementation, however. Every industry and category is still working through how to best harness it. This is especially true in the advertising world. “Big Data is changing business strategy, but marketers find it difficult to handle the information,” notes an eMarketer report.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/80897.html?rss=1

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