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GoPro and Microsoft ink patent licensing deal

GoPro and Microsoft ink patent licensing deal

Exclusive: Top cybercrime ring disrupted as authorities raid Moscow offices - sources

View of building which houses an office of 25 Floor Film Company in Moscow By Joseph Menn WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Russian authorities in November raided offices associated with a Moscow film distribution and production company as part of a crackdown on one of the world’s most notorious financial hacking operations, according to three sources with knowledge of the matter. Cybersecurity experts said a password-stealing software program known as Dyre — believed to be responsible for at least tens of millions of dollars in losses at financial institutions including Bank of America Corp and JPMorgan Chase & Co — has not been deployed since the time of the raid. Experts familiar with the situation said the case represents Russia’s biggest effort to date to crack down on cyber-crime.


Cops nab man for crashing a drone into the Empire State building

Cops nab man for crashing a drone into the Empire State building

Dating apps for targeting your type

Dating apps for targeting your type Find Ms. or Mr. Right with these niche dating apps.


‘Game of Thrones’ creators reveal why their original pilot was an epic disaster

The first episode of HBO's  Game of Thrones was a remarkable piece of television that showed the world that it was actually possible to make a TV show out of George R.R. Martin's sprawling fantasy epic. However, things didn't always look as good as they did in the final product, as the show's creators recently revealed a podcast called Scriptnotes  that's hosted by screenwriters John August and Craig Mazin. MUST SEE:  Man summons his Tesla Model S using only his Apple Watch One of the biggest problems with the original pilot episode is that it didn't make clear that Cersei and Jamie Lannister were actually siblings. This was obviously an issue since the episode's major revelation was that the pair

Argentina offers $6.5 billion cash deal to end debt battle

U.S.-court appointed mediator Daniel Pollack exits his office after a meeting on Argentina's debt crisis, in New York NEW YORK/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina offered a $6.5 billion cash payment to creditors suing the country over defaulted bonds on Friday, seeking to end a festering 14-year legal battle that transformed the country into a financial markets pariah. Two out of six leading bondholders have already accepted the offer, the U.S. court-appointed mediator said, hailing the proposal by Argentina's new, business-friendly government as an "historic breakthrough". The offer, if accepted by all litigating bondholders, would represent a roughly 25 percent discount or so-called haircut for creditors who filed claims of about $9 billion.


Video shows how to replace peanut butter in a Reese’s Cup with Oreo filling

As I've mentioned countless times during my career at BGR, the Internet is a miraculous place full of wondrous things. Earlier this week I discovered Frinkiac , the incredible search engine that lets you find the still frames that correspond with any Simpsons quote you want to find. Along with the pyramids, the Sistine Chapel and the moon landing, I consider this one of humanity's finest achievements. While the video I'm about to show you doesn't come close to the miracle of the ultimate Simpsons search engine, it's definitely running a strong second place in the race for the coolest thing I've found on the web this week. FROM EARLIER:  Just when you thought you couldn’t hate ‘Pharma Bro’ Martin Shkreli any

Twitter's Facebook-style timeline could arrive next week

Twitter's Facebook-style timeline could arrive next week

Twitter's timeline will soon show tweets out of order

Twitter's timeline will soon show tweets out of order Ever since Twitter first launched, tweets have been organized in reverse chronological order. As early as next week, Twitter is planning to replace the reverse chronological stream with one that's powered algorithmically, surfacing tweets that are most relevant or timely, not just those that are most recent. Late last year, the company tested this non-chronological approach with some users, though the idea didn't seem to sit well with Twitter's most loyal advocates.


Conan plays the new ‘Doom’ on the Super Bowl edition of Clueless Gamer

Clueless Gamer has become one of Conan O'Brien's most popular recurring segments, but we've been seeing them far less frequently in recent months. Thankfully, when Conan does release a new episode, it's clear that a lot of effort goes into it, as is the case on this week's edition of Clueless Gamer, which features two  Super Bowl athletes playing Doom with the host. DON'T MISS:  5 movies you should watch before ‘The Hateful Eight,’ according to Tarantino In case you hadn't heard, Doom is an upcoming reboot of the classic first-person shooter series, set to release on PS4, Xbox One and PC this May. The game has been in development for nearly a decade, but as of Bethesda's E3 press conference last year ,

Twitter clips wings on terror tweets

Twitter clips wings on terror tweets Social network suspends roughly 125,000 accounts linked to terror groups.


Twitter clips wings on terror tweets

Twitter clips wings on terror tweets Social network suspends roughly 125,000 accounts linked to terror groups.


Washington lawmakers nix bill linking tax breaks to Boeing jobs

Ground crew members escort a Boeing 737 MAX as it returns from a flight test at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington Washington state lawmakers voted down a bill on Friday that would have forced Boeing to keep a minimum number of jobs in the state in exchange for receiving billions of dollars in tax breaks. The 7-8 vote in the state's House Finance committee means the measure will not advance to a floor vote. "The timing is not right, right now," for restricting Boeing, said state Rep. Cary Condotta, a Republican who voted against the measure, citing the state's economic weakness.


Unhackable brain scans may some day replace passwords

Security breaches affecting millions of users have come to light in recent years, yet we’re no better at protecting our personal data, or at picking good passwords , than we were before. But some companies are already looking at new ways to secure customer data that go beyond passwords and PINs. Fingerprint sensors are found on more and more smartphones in recent years, and retina scanners are coming too. But in the future, we may have an even more advanced way of logging into online services and protecting our data: Brain scans. UP NEXT:  20 paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free right

Apple now accepts damaged iPhones for trade-in

Apple now accepts damaged iPhones for trade-in A new twist to the iPhone trade-in program will give you credit for a new phone when you trade in a broken model.


Apple now accepts damaged iPhones for trade-in

Apple now accepts damaged iPhones for trade-in A new twist to the iPhone trade-in program will give you credit for a new phone when you trade in a broken model.


Verizon's video service sidesteps Verizon's bandwidth caps

Verizon's video service sidesteps Verizon's bandwidth caps

Yogurt maker Chobani rejects PepsiCo's offer for stake in company

Photo illustration of a bottle of Pepsi in Willmette, Illinois (Reuters) - Greek-yogurt maker Chobani LLC, founded by billionaire Hamdi Ulukaya, said on Friday it had rejected offers from beverage giant PepsiCo Inc and other investors. Chobani worked with Goldman Sachs Group Inc to explore the sale after being approached by several parties in 2015. The decision to reject the offer was due in part to the terms, Chobani said in an email to Reuters.


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Apple files for a mistrial in $625 million iMessage and FaceTime patent suit

Apple files for a mistrial in $625 million iMessage and FaceTime patent suit Apple has filed for a mistrial in a patent infringement suit just days after being ordered to pay $625.6 million in damages. VirnetX, which is regularly described as a "patent troll," sued Apple claiming it infringed on four patents related to communications protocols patents used in iMessage, FaceTime, and VPN on Demand, as well as the Apple devices using the software. Apple was found guilty on all claims, but the company now says lawyers for VirnetX used "arguments outside the evidence and blatantly misrepresented the testimony of Apple's witnesses" in closing arguments this week, according to legal blog Texas Lawyer.


Rihanna's new album ANTI will top the Billboard charts next week

Rihanna's new album ANTI will top the Billboard charts next week While the release of Rihanna's new album ANTI was messier than many people expected, the album's leak and Tidal exclusivity haven't had much of a negative impact on the album's sales. Sources close to the situation have confirmed to The Verge that ANTI is going to hit No. 1 on next week's Billboard album charts (dated February 20th), a reflection of the album's popularity during its first full week on sale. ANTI will become Rihanna's second No. 1 album — it's following in the footsteps of its predecessor, 2012's Unapologetic.


Need some juice? Here’s how to charge your iPhone almost twice as fast

If your iPhone dies and you need to juice up as quickly as possible, there's an incredible and little-known tip that can help you charge up your iPhone faster than ever. While most people know that charging your iPhone in Airplane Mode can help speed things along by ensuring that your device doesn't tax it self by updating apps in the background or perhaps straining for a weak cellular signal, this particular tip can really be a lifesaver when you need a charge in a pinch. The simple solution? Charge your iPhone with your iPad charger. Does Apple recommend this? Is this even allowed? Actually, yes. There's even an Apple support page which explicitly states that

BlackBerry cuts 200 jobs in Ontario and Florida to trim costs

A sign is seen at the Blackberry campus in Waterloo BlackBerry Ltd is cutting 200 jobs at its hometown headquarters in Ontario and in Florida in order to trim costs, it said on Friday, as the smartphone maker moves to turn around its fortunes and put more emphasis on its enterprise software business. "As BlackBerry continues to execute its turnaround plan, we remain focused on driving efficiencies across our global workforce," the company said in an emailed statement. The layoffs will affect 75 manufacturing jobs in Sunrise, Florida, a state government website showed.


BlackBerry cuts 200 jobs in Ontario and Florida to trim costs

A sign is seen at the Blackberry campus in Waterloo BlackBerry Ltd is cutting 200 jobs at its hometown headquarters in Ontario and in Florida in order to trim costs, it said on Friday, as the smartphone maker moves to turn around its fortunes and put more emphasis on its enterprise software business. "As BlackBerry continues to execute its turnaround plan, we remain focused on driving efficiencies across our global workforce," the company said in an emailed statement. The layoffs will affect 75 manufacturing jobs in Sunrise, Florida, a state government website showed.


Bridgewater's Dalio calls report about feud with Jensen overblown

Dalio, Chairman and Chief Investment Officer of Bridgewater Associates gestures at the Ending the Experiment event in the Swiss mountain resort of Davos Ray Dalio, founder of Bridgewater Associates LP, the world's largest hedge fund, said on Friday that a Wall Street Journal story about a dispute with his heir apparent, Greg Jensen, was overblown. The newspaper reported that Dalio and Jensen had gone as far as to call for a dozen senior employees and stakeholders to vote on their character and conduct in a bid to resolve the dispute. "Greg and I have had lots of disputes over the last 20 years, and what's great is that we have a systematic process for working ourselves through them," he added in a statement.


My rock star dreams meet a Bluetooth mini guitar

My rock star dreams meet a Bluetooth mini guitar CNET's Michael Franco chases his rock 'n' roll dreams by taking lessons from a Bluetooth-enabled mini guitar. He's no Jimmy Page, yet.


My rock star dreams meet a Bluetooth mini guitar

My rock star dreams meet a Bluetooth mini guitar CNET's Michael Franco chases his rock 'n' roll dreams by taking lessons from a Bluetooth-enabled mini guitar. He's no Jimmy Page, yet.


The first Ultra HD Blu-ray players are already on sale

The first Ultra HD Blu-ray players are already on sale

Comcast blazes its own trail to a superfast Internet future

Comcast blazes its own trail to a superfast Internet future The nation's largest broadband provider heeds Google's call to make ultrahigh-speed broadband available to the masses. Now it just needs to work out a few details.


Comcast blazes its own trail to a superfast Internet future

Comcast blazes its own trail to a superfast Internet future The nation's largest broadband provider heeds Google's call to make ultrahigh-speed broadband available to the masses. Now it just needs to work out a few details.


I'm not done with Twitter yet

I'm not done with Twitter yet Kvetching over Twitter's fate follows a familiar cycle by now: will it survive? Just now I engaged in a little Story Time Twitter, a new thing that exists that we just sort of made up, together. Story Time Twitter, as David Pierce explains here, is an evolution of the Tweet Storm.


15 WhatsApp tips, tricks and hacks to help you text like a pro

Earlier this week, Facebook announced that its WhatsApp messenger app now has more than one billion users , an impressive number considering that Facebook Messenger has less than that (over 800 million). WhatsApp works on all the popular platforms out there, including iPhone , Android and the web, and the app has recently become freeware, as Facebook lifted the previous subscription fee . While some users may have intimate knowledge of the way WhatsApp works, others might be new to the chat app. If you're one of them, the following 15 tips and tricks should come in handy. DON’T MISS: Intern caught sleeping on his second day of work gets trolled by the entire

LinkedIn shares plunge almost 44 percent

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Investors gave LinkedIn a poor job review Friday in the form of a dramatic sell-off that wiped out nearly $11 billion in the professional networking site's market value.

Business services firms' shares bleed as LinkedIn, Tableau crash

A woman takes pictures of the New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Dismal sales outlooks from marquee technology names sent shares in the enterprise sector crashing on Friday as investors questioned whether information-technology managers would keep spending on their products.


Business services firms' shares bleed as LinkedIn, Tableau crash

A woman takes pictures of the New York Stock Exchange NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Dismal sales outlooks from marquee technology names sent shares in the enterprise sector crashing on Friday as investors questioned whether information-technology managers would keep spending on their products.


Technology rout pushes Nasdaq to lowest close since 2014

Traders work on the floor of the NYSE (Reuters) - The Nasdaq Composite that includes large-cap technology names like Alphabet, Microsoft and Facebook led another broad rout on Wall Street Friday, closing at its lowest level since October 2014.


Twitter suspends over 125,000 accounts for 'promoting terrorist acts'

A 3D printed Twitter logo is seen in this illustration picture made in Zenica By Yasmeen Abutaleb WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Twitter Inc has shut down more than 125,000 terrorism-related accounts since the middle of 2015, most of them linked to the Islamic State group, the company said in a blog post on Friday. Twitter has said it only takes down accounts when they are reported by other users, but said that it has increased the size of teams monitoring and responding to reports and has decreased its response time "significantly." (http://bit.ly/1KvrmZ5) Twitter's announcement comes as many tech companies – led by Facebook – have taken stronger steps to police controversial content online in the face of threats from legislators to force the companies to report "terrorist activity" on their sites to law enforcement.


Powerful domestic violence Super Bowl ad shows one text can make the difference

Powerful domestic violence Super Bowl ad shows one text can make the difference Technically Incorrect: A simple ad, made with some NFL sponsorship, dramatizes a problem with which the NFL itself is familiar.


Powerful domestic violence Super Bowl ad shows one text can make the difference

Powerful domestic violence Super Bowl ad shows one text can make the difference Technically Incorrect: A simple ad, made with some NFL sponsorship, dramatizes a problem with which the NFL itself is familiar.


Johnny Cash's legacy lives on through a tarantula

Ghost spiders in the sky: New tarantula named after Johnny Cash A new tarantula found in the vicinity of California's Folsom State Prison has been named after the original Man in Black.


Johnny Cash's legacy lives on through a tarantula

Ghost spiders in the sky: New tarantula named after Johnny Cash A new tarantula found in the vicinity of California's Folsom State Prison has been named after the original Man in Black.


GoPro: Don't blame the cameras, it's the software stupid

GoPro: Don't blame the cameras, it's the software stupid After a miserable fourth quarter, GoPro desperately needs to make changes to be the camera powerhouse it once was.


GoPro: Don't blame the cameras, it's the software stupid

GoPro: Don't blame the cameras, it's the software stupid After a miserable fourth quarter, GoPro desperately needs to make changes to be the camera powerhouse it once was.


Nancy Twine: Get to know one of Glamour's 35 beauty superstars under 35

  According to Glamour, Nancy Twine is one of 35 beauty superstars under 35. Nancy is the founder and CEO of Briogeo, a natural haircare line based out of New York City that launched in 2013. Briogeo was inspired by Nancy Twine's grandmother, who raised eight children on a farm in West Virginia. Her need to find an affordable solution for...
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