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Tech Why your cable company wants to make movies

This time, it’s cable companies and Internet service providers (ISPs), the “pipes” in the complicated ecosystem that keeps consumers entertained, with the big pockets and bigger ambitions.As part of the strategy, the largest pay-TV providers, including Verizon (VZ), AT&T (T) and Comcast (CMCSA), are buying content companies, forming joint ventures and experimenting with new ways of distributing video . Your cable company is becoming a movie studio.
USA Today
04/05
51 Points
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Tech Project Include to tackle diversity in tech

A fraction of the work force is African American or Latino and, despite a recent outpouring of rhetoric and resources, progress has been halting in boosting the ranks of women and underrepresented minorities.Diversity advocates have called on venture capital firms to make significant changes in the wake of a closely watched gender discrimination lawsuit against Kleiner Perkins, one of Silicon Valley's most famous firms.
USA Today
04/05
42 Points
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Tech Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Wireless Bluetooth Speaker (Refurb) $59 shipped (Orig. $400)

Chubbiestech (98.5% positive feedback from 185,000) via eBay once again offers the manufacturer refurbished Harman Kardon Onyx Studio Wireless Bluetooth Speaker for $59 shipped. That’s $340 off the original list price, $60 less than Amazon’s listing for a new one and tied with our previous mention for the lowest we’ve seen.It has Bluetooth 3.0 technology, a rechargeable Li-ion battery, and a speakerphone for taking hands free calls.
9to5Mac
03/05
36 Points
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Tech Money Takata planning to recall 35 million airbags: report

The agency will take all appropriate actions to make sure air bags in Americans’ vehicles are safe.”A spokesman for Takata told the publication that the company is working with U.S. safety officials "to develop long-term, orderly solutions to these important safety issues," and urged consumers to visit NHTSA's site listing affected vehicles.Follow USA TODAY tech reporter Marco della Cava on Twitter:[email protected]
USA Today
04/05
28 Points
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Tech Apple 12-inch MacBook (Early 2015) 1.1GHz/8GB/256GB $930 shipped (Orig. $1,300)

It’s the future of the notebook.We designed the new MacBook to be not only thinner and lighter, but more functional and intuitive than ever before. Note: This listing is for the Gold model only and it’s the previous generation MacBook, the 2016 model was just released. To take advantage of this, we’ve rounded up the best accessories to maximize your setup.Anker’s new 60W USB-C/A 5-port charger can quickly refuel your MacBook and iPad Pro wp.me/p1xTlR-QND https://t.co/ISyLjRHX4r.
9to5Mac
03/05
32 Points
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Tech Match Group's Sam Yagan wants to join the date

OK Cupid has a more data oriented algorithm approach to figuring out who your best match is.  just digitally.As the Vice Chair of the Match Group, which owns many of the top used dating apps, including Tinder, Match, OK Cupid and Plenty of Fish, Yagan looks to bring the apps to the next level. That is, feedback about your dates.“The data will be transformative,” Yagan told USA TODAY, in an exclusive #TalkingTech video and audio interview here.
USA Today
04/05
24 Points
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Tech The hottest new technologies are coming to cars

It’s Internet of Things technology taken to the extreme.In fact, this is why some of the most advanced and sophisticated computing power is being integrated into cars. His clients are major technology firms that include Microsoft, Hewlett Packard, Dell and Nvidia. However, the innovations starting to occur in the auto market actually make it one of the most exciting tech categories there is. To be clear, completely autonomous cars are still many years away from mainstream availability and usage.
USA Today
04/05
20 Points
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Tech Money WhatsApp blackout in Brazil ends

The blackout was supposed to last 72 hours.Brazil's five wireless carriers were not permitted to transmit WhatsApp data during the blackout period or risk fines of 500,000 reals, or about $140,000.WhatsApp says it does not store the encrypted data the court seeks.
USA Today
04/05
21 Points
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Tech Google and Chrysler have confirmed a partnership for 100 self-driving electric minivans

It is already operating a fleet of its cute prototypes and Lexus RX450h SUVs. is very interesting for us, both because as a company we are environmentally and because of the car’s robust electrical architecture which is critical for self-driving vehicles.”It’s worth noting that the “cute prototypes” are also powered by battery packs.
9to5Mac
03/05
22 Points
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Tech Erato’s Apollo 7 is the latest Kickstarter project with a goal of completely wireless earbuds

These are some of the smallest headphones we’ve seen, but the price may serve as a deterrent to some. While PowerBeats may seem like the trendiest wireless headphones out there, we’ve come a long way since its release a few years back. Attempting to create truly wireless headphones has been a growing trend over the last year. Erato’s Apollo 7 Wireless Earphones has the same familiar in-ear bud design as similar wireless solutions, but Apollo 7 also features a water-resistant shell.
9to5Mac
03/05
23 Points
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Tech How-To: Hide System Preferences sections in OS X [Video]

By using the Customize option in System Preferences, it’s easy to both show and hide specific sections with ease.There are two ways to hide System Preferences sections in OS X.Step 1: Launch System Preferences.Step 2: Click View . If you find that System Preferences in OS X contains too many options that you don’t regularly use, then you should considering hiding rarely used sections of the app.
9to5Mac
03/05
23 Points
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Tech Apple seeds fourth tvOS 9.2.1, iOS 9.3.2, & OS X 10.11.5 betas to testers

OS X El Capitan 10.11.5 and tvOS 9.2.1 also saw a fourth beta release for developers today. Downloads for tvOS, iOS, and OS X can also be found through Apple’s Developer Center. These updates are far smaller than the recent OS X 10.11.4 updates that were released last month. Apple has released the fourth beta of its iOS 9.3.2 update to both developers and public beta testers today.
9to5Mac
03/05
21 Points
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Tech Twitter’s new mobile site looks a lot like the upcoming Material redesign to its Android app

Adding the app to your homescreen will result in a Twitter icon that is the inverse of the native app’s. Twitter has been A/B testing a re-designed Android app for nearly a month with a launch likely coming soon as more people are seeing it. In the mean time, Twitter has completely overhauled its mobile site with a new design that matches the Android revamp.The new mobile Twitter website has tabs for Home, Notifications, Messages, Search, and Me.
9to5Mac
03/05
19 Points
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Tech Marshmallow continues steady rise w/ 7.5% adoption in May Android distribution numbers

It was only in March that Lollipop became the most widely-used version of Android. Meanwhile, Android 6.0 was released internationally at the beginning of the month for the Galaxy Note 4. As we approach Google I/O 2016, where we’ll learn more about Android N, Marshmallow continues its steady rise and is now on 7.5% of all devices.Android 6.0 is up 2.9% from last month and still has a long way before becoming the most popular version.
9to5Mac
03/05
16 Points
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