Facebook pushes for more personal updates with launch of new Lists feature

Facebook’s status update box is getting a new feature called Lists, which begins rolling out today. This is the first major update to the entry field since the launch of colored backgrounds just over a year ago, and also serves as a way to encourage Facebook users to share more personal content.

App Release Notes Are Getting Stupid

“Bug fixes.”“Jam packed full of Super Amazing Things.”“Every 3 weeks, we polish up the Pinterest app to make it faster and better than ever.”“To make our app better for you,

Spotify Makes The Shift To Mobile With 52% Of Listening Now On Phones And Tablets

Why have Apple and Google suddenly gotten so interested in streaming music? Because it could rally people to iOS or Android since mobile is where they listen, according to new stats I’ve attained about Spotify.

9 Features Apple Music Needs To Win Over Power Users

Apple Music could win over more power users with some changes. And now would be a great time, because everyone’s trial periods are about to expire. Here are 9 features that I believe Apple Music could add to win over power users. Read More

Facebook Is Shutting Down Gifts To Focus On Its Buy Button And Commerce Platform

Facebook wants to help other businesses sell things, so it’s done selling its own. Facebook Gifts will shut down on August 12th and stop selling gift cards for businesses like Starbucks and iTunes. Facebook tells me no layoffs will occur,

How Predictive Keyboards Work (and How You Can Train Yours Better)

Almost all of us have a predictive keyboard on our smartphone, which suggests upcoming words for super-fast typing. Even so, they're not perfect, and sometimes turn up hilarious results. Luckily, it's not hard to train your keyboard to understand you, once you know how it works. Read more...

How I learned to stop worrying and love the Windows Phone 8.1

Of all the mobile platforms out there, Windows Phone 8.1 was literally the absolute last option I ever thought I would land upon. I had a burning hatred for Windows on the mobile side.Read more: http://www.itproportal.com/2014/07/15/how-i-learned-to-stop-worrying-and-love-the-windows-phone-81/

What Your Favorite Apps Look Like On Apple Watch (Plus New Ones!)

In preparation for Apple’s first wearable device, mobile developers have been busy creating all kinds of applications designed especially for the Apple Watch’s small screen. The watch,

I Beta-Tested The Apple Watch So You Don't Have To

Two weeks ago, I started wearing an Apple Watch. I’ve come to a conclusion: I just paid hundreds of dollars to be a glorified beta tester for Apple’s latest product. But you know what? I’m glad I did—because Apple’s latest product really needs a kick in the pants.Read more...

Facebook changes algorithm to demote “borderline content” that almost violates its policy

Facebook has changed its News Feed algorithm to demote content that comes close to violating its policies prohibiting misinformation, hate speech, violence, bullying, clickbait so it’s seen by fewer people even it’s highly engaging. In a 5000-word letter by Mark Zuckerberg published today,

Zuckerberg denies knowledge of Facebook’s work with GOP opposition research firm

Today in call with reporters preceded by a frantic if fairly uneventful distraction-pushing media blitz, Facebook responded to a damning New York Times story published yesterday that cited interviews with more than 50 sources privy to Facebook’s decision making.

Citrix pays $200M to acquire Sapho, which connects legacy software with ‘micro apps’

As large organizations grapple with adopting modern work practices without throwing out all of their legacy software, a company that works with them is making an acquisition that it hopes will help with that process. Citrix today is announcing that it has acquired Sapho,

Wonder Ventures aims to dazzle L.A. startups with its new seed-stage fund

Dustin Rosen thinks L.A. has a problem, aside from its famously car-choked highways. There aren’t enough investors willing to write small checks. Most of the so-called micro venture funds have grown their funds to the size of traditional venture firms, and are making bigger bets as a result.

Canonical plans to raise its first outside funding as it looks to a future IPO

It’s been 14 years since Mark Shuttleworth first founded and funded Canonical and the Ubuntu project. At the time, it was mostly a Linux distribution. Today, it’s a major enterprise player that offers a variety of products and services. Throughout the years,

SpaceX gets FCC approval to add 7,518 more satellites to its Starlink constellation

SpaceX's application to add thousands of satellites to its proposed Starlink communications constellation has been approved by the FCC, though it will be some time before the company actually puts those birds in the air.

Facebook will pass off content policy appeals to a new independent oversight body

Facebook doesn’t want to be the arbiter of decency when it comes to content policy decisions, similar to how it looked to third-party fact checkers rather than becoming an arbiter of truth. Today on a press call with journalists,

Amazon greenlights the fifth season of Bosch

Amazon Prime Video’s longest running hour-long original series is back for yet another season.The company has greenlit Season 5 of Bosch, the Emmy-nominated series based on Michael Connelly’s detective/crime fiction novels.

Uber launches a new lower-priced service called Chap Chap in Nairobi

Uber has launched a new, lower-cost service in Nairobi called Uber Chap Chap. Made possible by using a fleet of fuel-efficient budget sedans, Uber Chap Chap (Swahili slang for “hurry, hurry”) is currently available in several areas of the Kenyan capital, including its central business district.

Skydio’s $2499 ‘self-flying’ drone knows where you are and where you’re going

A four-year-old autonomous drone startup founded by MIT researchers and backed by Silicon Valley’s top investors is finally ready to show off what it’s been building over the last several years.Today, Skydio is showcasing the R1,

【品牌案例】ThinkPad:制造一场由桌子引发的悬念

近日,可能有部分的读者留意到微博上的名人,包括李亚鹏、王自健、于嘉、飞鱼秀小飞和喻舟等等纷纷收到了一份神奇的礼物:一张左右拼接的桌子。

Mt.Gox可以随时破产 比特币再陷信用危机

美东时间2月25日傍晚,Mt.Gox网站贴出一则简短声明,称“鉴于最近的新闻报道,以及可能对Mt.Gox运营和市场带来潜在影响,决定暂时关闭所有交易,以保护自身和我们的用户。我们将密切关注事态发展,并做出相应的反应”。

New York Residence参加2014北京国际房地产投资博览会/春季房展

New York Residence将参加2014北京国际房地产投资博览会/春季房展纽约2014年4月1日电 /美通社/ -- New York Residence, Inc. 欣然宣布,该公司将以庞大阵容参加2014年4月10-13日举办的2014年北京国际房地产投资博览会/春季房展。

动态规划之最长子串匹配问题 - 原上草离离

1.问题引出最长字段匹配问题归结如下:假设存在两个字符段:A={'a', 'b', 'c', 'b', 'd', 'a', 'b'};B= {'b', 'd', 'c', 'a', 'b', 'a'};则A、B两个字段的匹配即为A、B的公共子序列,如{‘a’}、{‘b’}、{‘b、‘d’}、{‘b’...

This Interactive Trash Bin Turns Recycling Into a Giant Game of Plinko

Recycling should be second nature now, but once you toss a plastic bottle into the dark abyss of a public bin, well—that's it. Why give it a second thought?

Microsoft releases security bulletin for its Malware Protection Engine

Microsoft occasionally releases information on vulnerabilities that have been discovered. The company terms these "security bulletins", and they cover all of the software maker's programs. The latest concerns the Malware Protection Engine, and it has the catchy name of "security bulletin 2974294",

斯伦贝谢将召开2014年第四季度及全年业绩电话会议

休斯顿--(美国商业资讯)--斯伦贝谢有限公司(Schlumberger Limited, NYSE:SLB)将于2015年1月16日召开电话会议,讨论截至2014年12月31日的第四季度及全年业绩。   此次电话会议定在美国中部时间上午7:00(美国东部时间上午8:

MX4 Pro 证明,做苹果门徒依然有市场

漫长的发布会终于在今天结束。魅族旗下笔戈科技此前连续用《前 xx 工程师》为标题,谈及手机上如何做好指纹识别、2K 屏幕、前置摄像头、手机 Hi-Fi 等问题,显然是在为 MX4 Pro 造势,顺带也让人了解 MX4 Pro 的卖点。

Watch a 'post-mortem' of a star explosion

Astronomers have spotted a new object emerging from the ashes of a recently deceased star. The stellar post-mortem, which is recounted in two new videos, may also solve a mystery surrounding the unexpected shape of the star's explosive remains, scientists sayIn February 1987,

上海市将要求专车企业具备平台资质许可

据知情人士透露,作为上海市规范专车管理的第一步,上海市将要求专车经营企业申请平台资质许可。上海交委主任孙建平日前表示,专车应该是顶灯出租车的补充,能够解决高峰时期顶灯出租车投放量不够的问题。

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