Category Archives: iOS

Twitter’s streamlining efforts still aren’t fixing its core business problems

 Twitter may have re-oriented itself and laid off part of its workforce to streamline its business, but it still doesn’t look like it is bringing in enough money to keep Wall Street happy. Twitter reported earnings of 16 cents per share on revenue of $717.2 million, whereas Wall Street was looking for earnings of 12 cents per share on $740.1 million in revenue. So while Twitter was able… Read More
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Author: Matthew Lynley

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Intel’s ‘New’ Factory Isn’t About Trump—It’s About Fixing Intel

The seemingly resurrected plant isn’t about making America great again. It’s about making chips for a post-PC world. The post Intel’s ‘New’ Factory Isn’t About Trump—It’s About Fixing Intel appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Klint Finley

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Facebook can now replace your weather app

 Facebook is rolling out a useful new feature which puts a full weather forecast inside its mobile app and desktop site. The feature is accessible from News Feed or the mobile app’s “More” menu – the section that links you to areas like Friends, Events, Groups, Pages, and other key Facebook features like On This Day or Saved items. Within the Weather section, you can… Read More
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Author: Sarah Perez

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FaceApp uses neural networks for photorealistic selfie tweaks

 If you’re finding the vision of Trump’s visage with a smile on it generating ‘uncanny valley’ levels of unease and creepiness you’d be right. The smile is FAKE NEWS folks! Created, after the fact, by a photo-realistic face-morphing iOS app, called FaceApp… Read More
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Author: Natasha Lomas

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The US Needs Real Data to Confront Bias in Police Shootings

Researchers learned police were twice as likely to fatally shoot unarmed black civilians. Those findings are terrible—and too hard to come by. The post The US Needs Real Data to Confront Bias in Police Shootings appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Issie Lapowsky

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