5 overlooked CES announcements that actually matter

You’re probably not going to have a 146-inch TV on your wall in 2018, but these low-key CES 2018 announcements, from Bluetooth chips to new processors, will almost certainly reshape the tech landscape — and soon.

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Full Disclosure Applies to Internal Security Too

If you’ve been keeping up with the news, you’ve probably noticed a few recent reports about companies that may have been a little less than candid about security issues. For example, we recently learned that Uber experienced a breach in 2016. As we’ve also learned from subsequent press reports, the company may have paid the attacker to remain silent about that breach instead of acknowledging it publicly and openly. Along similar lines, we all probably remember — and are still dealing with the consequences of — the Equifax breach, which exposed the credit histories of millions of individuals.

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Watch Stephen Colbert grill Anthony Scaramucci following Trump's Charlottesville remarks

Anthony Scaramucci will probably be remembered for years to come for his extremely short stint at Trump’s White House.

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V2V's Place in an Increasingly Connected World

You’re probably tired of reading that the Internet of Things is the hottest thing going, and that IoT is a boon to technology and, simultaneously, a potential disaster for security and privacy. However, over the past few years, another IoT-related technology has been growing: vehicle to vehicle. V2V is a way for automobiles to communicate directly with other vehicles on the road. Vehicles communicating with stationary checkpoints positioned along roadways sometimes is referred to as “vehicle to infrastructure,” or V2I.

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Scientists warn of 'biological annihilation,' say mass extinction event is currently happening on Earth

When you hear the term “mass extinction” you probably imagine something like the space rock that smacked Earth and led to the demise of the dinosaurs, but according to a new research paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, we’re currently experiencing an extinction event of our very own.

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7 simple ways to save money online

You probably remember that problem from high school math class: If you saved $5 a day and invested it at a nominal interest rate, you’d make $147,000 after 35 years. The point your math teacher was trying to make was that little amounts add up.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/05/13/7-simple-ways-to-save-money-online.html

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How to listen to everything Amazon Echo has ever heard

If you own an Amazon Echo, you probably know its strange secret: The device records a lot of what you say. Deep inside that dark tower, Echo keeps a vast trove of recordings. Your voice is preserved. Your friends’ voices are preserved. Anyone who has ever been to your house and said, “Alexa!” has contributed to its great library of human sound.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2017/04/15/how-to-listen-to-everything-amazon-echo-has-ever-heard.html

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AT&T just tested a flying cell tower, and it could change everything

Regardless of where you live, you probably have a really good idea of what sections of your city, neighborhood, or rolling rural hills offer good cellular reception.

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Target Black Friday 2016 ad leaks: Huge iPhone 7, Xbox One S, TV, and other tech deals

It’s finally here, one of the Black Friday 2016 ads you’ve probably been waiting for.

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Samsung's solution to exploding Galaxy Note 7s is to shorten battery life

By now, you’ve probably heard that Samsung’s Galaxy Note7 devices have a tendency to go boom whilst charging.

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Are your bad habits ruining your smartphone's battery?

Your daily routine might be killing your battery life, and you probably don’t realize it. These three things you thought were OK are actually making things worse on your battery. Find out which charging mistakes are actually draining your gadget’s power more quickly.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/08/26/are-your-bad-habits-ruining-your-smartphones-battery.html

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5 ways to lock down your Facebook account for maximum security

You probably spend more time than you care to admit on Facebook, but I’ll bet you spend hardly any of it nosing around Facebook’s settings.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/07/23/5-ways-to-lock-down-your-facebook-account-for-maximum-security.html

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