Over 1,000 people charged with sharing video of naked teens on Facebook

Danish police have charged more than 1,000 young people for distributing sexually explicit images and videos after being tipped off by Facebook.

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Hacker who helped stop ransomware attack arrested in US

Marcus Hutchins, a young British researcher credited with derailing a global cyberattack in May, has been arrested for allegedly creating and distributing banking malware, U.S. authorities say.

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Tech program taps into autistic talent

For most Americans, turning 21 means achieving all the rights and privileges of adulthood. But for young people with special needs, the countdown to 21 is a daunting one.

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Young people sharing explicit content for cash on premium Snapchat accounts

Australian artist Jesse Willesee has lifted the lid on how young people are making thousands of dollars a month selling explicit photos and videos on Snapchat.

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Apple profiles iPad apps for World Autism Acceptance Day

Article Image At the release of its new 9.7 inch iPad Pro, Apple presented a video of Dillan, a young man who is both autistic and non-verbal, who was able to begin expressively communicating via apps on his iPad. Today, the App Store is featuring more of Dillan’s story and a range of apps developed for autistic people.

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Calligrapher monk Robert Palladino, who inspired Mac typography, dies at 83

Article Image Rev. Robert Palladino, whose work as a master calligrapher influenced a young Steve Jobs and subsequently the typography of Apple’s first Mac computers, died on Friday at the age of 83.

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Latest Apple Music ads debut during MTV VMAs, feature The Weeknd & playlists

Taking advantage of a traditionally large and young viewing audience, Apple during Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards debuted two Apple Music commercials featuring The Weeknd and a guest appearance by John Travolta.

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13 Instagram accounts you can't unfollow

Discover 13 artists — all young, female, and lighting up Instagram — you should be adding to your daily scroll.

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We're letting babies as young as 6 months use smartphones: study

It’s no surprise that America is letting its young use smartphones and tablets, but a new study reveals just how young is young.

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Entrepreneur and artist aim to curb global infant mortality rate

When Jane Chen and Drue Kataoka met at the Forum of Young Global Leaders in 2012, they quickly formed a friendship based on their shared passion for carrying out socially impactful work. They both came from significantly different backgrounds — Chen is the co-founder of Embrace, a startup that hopes to curb high worldwide infant mortality rates by way of the low-cost Embrace infant warmer, while Kataoka is a visual artist whose often interactive work aims to bridge the perceived gap between art and technology. Flash forward three years, and the two women have launched a unique collaboration that combines Chen’s business and Kataoka’s art to raise awareness of and ultimately decrease high global infant mortality rates.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/04/15/entrepreneur-and-artist-launch-little-lotus-baby-warmer/

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Consumer advocates complain to FTC over YouTube Kids app

The new YouTube Kids mobile app targets young children with unfair and deceptive advertising and should be investigated, a group of consumer advocates told the Federal Trade Commission in a letter Tuesday.

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Google launches new YouTube Kids app on Apple's iOS

Parents with young children now have a new option for tablet-based entertainment, as Google on Monday officially unveiled YouTube Kids, a new app for the video sharing site focused on enabling children to discover content for themselves.

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Neil Young wants a ‘reawakening’ to hi-res audio, and Pono is just the start

Since Neil Young helped launch the shockingly successful Kickstarter campaign for the PonoPlayer, the device has taken a lot of criticism for its Toblerone shape, its cost, and especially its lack of availability. However, during an interview with Rolling Stone’s Nathan Brackett at an intimate press conference last week at CES, Young made one thing abundantly clear: The PonoPlayer is by no means the end-all-be-all device for PonoMusic’s push for the proliferation of hi-res music.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/01/12/neil-young-wants-reawakening-to-hi-res-audio-and-pono-is-just-start/

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