New Details on Intel’s Goldmont Plus, the CPU Architecture Inside Gemini Lake

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Intel has updated its programming guidelines and released new details on its Goldmont Plus architecture in the process.

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Facebook's alleged secretive censorship guidelines leaked in new report

Facebook’s content removal policies, including its confounding guidelines on hate speech, have been detailed in alleged internal documents leaked in a new report by German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung.

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Twitter says it will ban Trump if he violates hate-speech rules

Like all companies, Twitter has a set of user guidelines. These rules also apply to one Donald J. Trump, and Twitter is putting him on notice. No hate-speech on their servers, or else.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/12/05/twitter-says-it-will-ban-trump-if-violates-hate-speech-rules.html

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New ‘App Class’ SD cards will offer guaranteed performance for mobile applications

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The SD Association has updated its guidelines for SD card performance, with a new “App Class” for SD cards that can use Android Marshmallow and Nougat’s “Adoptable Storage” option effectively.

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Regulators Step Up Efforts to Keep Cars Safe From Hacking

Federal regulators issued the first-ever guidelines to protect cars from hacking, reinforcing their view that cybersecurity is an important part of auto safety.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/10/24/regulators-step-up-efforts-to-keep-cars-safe-from-hacking.html

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Many iPhone fitness apps ignore comprehensive workout guidelines, study finds

Many workout apps for the iPhone are too narrow in focus and omit important guidelines recommended by the American College of Sports Medicine, according to a recent study.

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Twitter removes 140-character limit from Direct Messages

Twitter might be known for its stringent 140-character limit to its tweets, but it has now loosened those guidelines for Direct Messages. The social media site announced Wednesday that the 140-character limit to Direct Messages has been lifted.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/08/12/twitter-removes-140-character-limit-to-direct-messages/

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Reddit says it removed 5 groups for harassment after introducing new policies in May

A month after announcing new guidelines, Reddit removed five groups that it said harassed people.

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Watch Band Guidelines Good News for Apple Accessory Makers


The guidelines make recommendations for accessory makers interested in making bands for the new smartwatch. “A well-designed band will securely attach to Apple Watch while not interfering with its operation,” the guidelines explain. To be compatible with the watch’s heart rate sensors, bands should “provide sufficient adjustability for the user to achieve a snug, yet comfortable, fit that prevents movement of Apple Watch relative to skin,” the guidelines also say.

The original article can be found here: http://www.ecommercetimes.com/story/82019.html?rss=1

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Apple updates Apple Watch Human Interface Guidelines website with new design, more resources

Apple on Monday updated the Human Interface Guidelines website dedicated to Apple Watch development, bringing a refreshed look and new software resources to developers.



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App Store Review Guidelines updated to bar Apple Watch apps that only tell time

Apple made a small but important update to the official App Store Review Guidelines on Tuesday, banning developers from creating Apple Watch apps meant mostly to tell the time.



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Facebook: Don’t celebrate your crimes, try to buy drugs, or show your buttocks on the site

Facebook has updated its community guidelines, clearing up what it deems appropriate content for display on the social network.

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Apple updates developer guidelines to cover ResearchKit, Apple Pay, media rippers

Apple has made small but important changes to its official App Store Review Guidelines for iOS developers, addressing consent issues with the company’s new ResearchKit platform, along with recurring payments under Apple Pay, and downloads of third-party music and video.



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App Store reviewers rejecting games for depicting guns or violence in screenshots – report

Apple may have altered its guidelines for marketing violent games in the App Store, as reviewers are reportedly rejecting some games that have guns or show human violence in their screenshots or app icons.



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Apple Sinks Its Teeth Into Bitcoin


Apple this week updated its App Store Review Guidelines with a change that signals a loosening of its restrictive policies against bitcoin and other digital currencies. The change now allows apps to “facilitate transmission of approved virtual currencies provided that they do so in compliance with all state and federal laws for the territories in which the app functions.” It is quite a reversal for Apple, which angered the bitcoin community by ridding its App Store of apps that processed the currency.

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Apple releases iOS Human Interface Guidelines on iBookstore

Apple on Tuesday made an iPad-friendly version of its latest iOS Human Interface Guidelines reference material available to the public as a free download through the iBookstore.



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Apple lays down guidelines for government data requests in new document

Apple on Wednesday released a set of guidelines by which U.S. law enforcement, as well as other government agencies, may request information from the company regarding data from its users.



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