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Women will dominate and dismantle the music industry in 2019

When Ariana Grande thanked, besides earlier this month, she kept to a long-held promise. A rare move by an artist with an impressive status that marked the Pop Artist's second studio release in just six months. (Their previous album Sweetener was dropped last August.) However, if you followed the whirlwind that is Grandes' everyday life, then new songs made perfect …

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Advertising legend behind Apple's legendary "1984", "Think Different" and Mac vs. PC campaigns is retreating

The creative thinker behind some of Apple's best-known advertising campaigns today announced his retirement. Lee Clow Lee Clow, global director of media arts at Apple's advertising agency partner TBWA, will serve as advisory chairman of the TBWA Media Arts Lab, a division of the agency founded in 2006, to serve exclusively Apple. His iconic, award-winning career spanned five decades. Through …

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Two satellites almost crashed. Here's how they quit

The first warning was triggered on January 27th. Two small satellites whirling through the earth's low orbits had "the potential for a conjunction." These are the words Major Cody Chiles, spokesman for the Joint Force Space Component Command, means "the chance of a collision." The satellites, one by a company called Capella Space and the other by Spire Global, could …

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Apple's Enterprise Developer Program is also used to distribute hacked apps

Abuse of Apple's Enterprise Developer Program Certificates keeps bringing news. A recent report from Reuters describes how software pirates use the program to distribute hacked versions of popular apps like Minecraft, Pokemon Go, Spotify, Angry Birds, and more. With Enterprise Developer Certificates, these pirate operations provide consumers with modified versions of popular apps that allow them to stream music without …

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A new robotic car report card is not quite what it seems

The recent report on disabling autonomous vehicle developers – that's what we're dealing with a Robo-Report card – has just been released by the California Motor Vehicle Authority. The columns and columns contained therein do not quite reveal the secrets of the very mysterious self-propelled vehicle industry. However, on its many pages it becomes clear that the Silicon Valley hype …

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The merger of T-Mobile and Sprint confuses telecommunications policy

Representative Anna Eshoo (D-California) has been working in the telecommunications industry over the years on issues such as net neutrality and data protection. However, on Wednesday it kicked off in support of T-Mobile and Sprint. Eshoo, speaking at a hearing of the US Parliament's Energy and Commerce Committee on the $ 26.5 billion Sprint acquisition announced in April 2018, said …

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AirPods: Our complete guide to Apple wireless headphones

Apple's AirPods, first released in 2016, have been considered one of the company's best products in recent years. AirPods offer excellent battery life, mobility, easy charging and unprecedented Bluetooth range. AirPods are so popular that Apple still has difficulty keeping them temporarily in stock. Two years after the launch, it's not uncommon for you to see a variety of AirPods …

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