Facebook reranks feed to favor well-being/discussion, not time spent/publishers

Facebook is making a huge change to its News Feed algorithm to prioritize friends and posts that spark comments between them at the expense of public content, news outlets, and importantly, the total time spent and ads you see on the social network. CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote on Facebook today,

Samsung refreshes its S Pen-packing convertible PC

Welcome, friends, to the consumer electronics dead zone. It’s that increasingly brief window between the last of the pre-holiday releases and the CES deluge. It’s rarely home to genuinely exciting announcements, but when you’re a company like Samsung,

African fintech startup Jumo raises $12.5M more to fund Asia expansion

Months after a big round, African fintech startup Jumo has pulled in a fresh $12.5 million to add more fuel for its expansion into Asia Pacific. The new investment comes from London-based investment fund Odey Asset Management,

NYC’s Work-Bench announces $47M enterprise investment fund

Work-Bench, an early stage enterprise startup venture capital firm based in New York City announced its $47 million Fund II today. It follows their initial $10 million fund. Work-Bench is itself like a venture capital investment startup.

Minted lands $208M Series E from Permira and T. Rowe Price

Minted, known for its selection of printed goods, says it's profitable on an EBITDA basis.

Postmates unveils Serve, a friendlier autonomous delivery robot

San Francisco banned delivery robots because they obstructed pedestrians, so Postmates built one with eyes, turn signals, and a mandate to yield. Serve is Postmates’ new cooler-meet-autonomous-stroller that it hopes can cut costs and speed up deliveries.

Prisma’s new AI-powered app, Lensa, helps the selfie camera lie

Prisma Labs, the startup behind the style transfer craze of a couple of years ago, has a new AI-powered iOS app for retouching selfies. An Android version of the app — which is called Lensa — is slated as coming in January. It bills Lensa as a “one-button Photoshop”,

With deadline looming for healthcare.gov enrollment, Stride offers direct enrollment for gig workers

Stride Health, the consumer healthcare consulting and optimization service, has inked a new partnership with the U.S. government’s healthcare departments to provide “enhanced direct enrollment” to verify tax credit eligibility and process enrollments on its platform.

Here’s what it’s like to ride in Byton’s new Concept SUV

The SUV has a lot of strong features, including a max range of 323 miles for the upgraded version, and a starting price of just $45,000. But the real jaw-dropping feature is a 49-inch display that covers the entire dash,

CES should move to an innovative city

CES, the yearly bacchanal of tech and innovation, has outgrown its shell. Las Vegas has been home to the event since the late 1970s and, for better or worse, the city has survived and served the influx of technologists who flock to the event each year to see the latest and greatest.

Next INpact launches a browser extension to see who is tracking you online

French tech media company Next INpact just launched an interesting project today. Kimetrak is a simple browser extension that lets you see how your favorite website is tracking you and selling your privacy. The upcoming ePrivacy and GDPR regulations in Europe have been a wake-up call in many ways.

What's the Deal With Facebook's Privacy Dinosaur?

If you've posted to Facebook recently, you may have noticed a new graphic with a prehistoric twist: the privacy dinosaurThe company is testing a pop-up reminder that encourages users to pay attention to who they're sharing with on its platform,

Why the speed of darkness is faster than the speed of light?

Michael Stevens explains why darkness moves faster than light in this new episode of Vsauce. I usually find these explainers interesting because they delve not only into multiple science disciplines but often they touch philosophical questions too. This one really blew my mind.Read more...


据荷兰一家媒体报道,Unique Infrastructure Group(UIG)现正在库拉索为苹果建造一座全新的数据中心。报道称,其实这座数据中心的建设工作已经接近尾声,只不过它原先的承建公司已经破产现已由UIG接手。

Google Glass App Connects Patients With Specialists Quickly

The Launchpad is a series that introduces Mashable readers to compelling startups. If you would like to have your startup considered for inclusion, please see the details here.Name: RemedyOne-Liner Pitch: Remedy is a Google Glass application that enables patients to see specialists faster,

在AWS中创建NAT节点 - 黄博文

NAT, Network Address Translation,即网络地址转换。当内部网络的主机想要访问外网,但是又不想直接暴露给公网,可以通过NAT节点来访问外网。

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Samsung Electronic’s Earnings Guidance Points To Another Disappointing Quarter

Another quarter, another lackluster earnings guidance from Samsung Electronics. Heralded as Apple’s arch rival in “The Great Smartphone War” just two years ago, Samsung’s performance has declined as competition from a bevy of other Android makers cuts into its market share. Read More

高通於 SIGGRAPH 展現多樣行動 GPU 技術, AR 與 VR 平台 Vuforia 成展區焦點

在全球影像圖形技術盛會 SIGGRAPH 上,高通也針對 Snapdragon 應用處理器進行技術展示,當然在這場以圖形技術為主的活動上,也把焦點集中在與圖形演算、平行運算相關的應用。閱讀全文

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Microsoft hands out first HoloLens academic research grants

Microsoft’s HoloLens was one of the more futuristic products that Microsoft introduced at Build 2015. They’ve continued to update the augmented reality device and demoed the HoloLens game-playing experience at their October 6 hardware...

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