A car repair worker is the first person to be sentenced to jail as a result of a UK data watchdog prosecution.
French President Emmanuel Macron announces an online call to arms, which has already been signed by Microsoft, Facebook and Google.
The video site also updates its tools for people uploading virtual reality content.
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Following the controlled destruction of the Mac mini and the MacBook Air, iFixit turned its gaze to the new 11-inch iPad Pro. Its teardown reveals lots of adhesive, even more magnets, and only a few surprises inside the newest Apple tablet.
Unsurprisingly, the super-narrow bezels make the new iPad Pro harder to get into than the previous models. Awkwardly positioned display ribbons make removing the display more difficult, but underneath it we find the usual suspects: the logic board, speakers, TrueDepth camera array, and batteries, to name a few components.
The new iPad Pro should be an entertainment powerhouse thanks to a total of eight speakers, composed of four woofers and four tweeters. Combine those with the Liquid Retina display with a 120Hz refresh rate, and you have a stellar music and video consumption device. However, the speakers proved impossible to remove without destroying a portion of them, thanks to their housings being carved into the aluminum case. Magnets also live under the speakers, and those are just a fraction of the magnets present inside the iPad Pro.
Some people on the east coast of the US can't access Facebook.
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4G version of Microsoft's budget fondleslab road-ready
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The Western Digital Elements has rarely been this cheap. Plus: a sweet deal on a Google Wi-Fi mesh network system.
It's pretty straightforward: The more you ride, the more perks you get.
When Neil Armstrong took his legendary first steps on the Moon on July 20, 1969, it defined a generation. As NASA prepares to mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing next year, it has released newly unearthed backchannel conversations from the mission to the public, giving us an unprecedented peek at what was happening behind the scenes.
The main air-to-ground recordings and on-board recordings from the historic mission have been publicly available online for decades. But that was just a fraction of the recorded communications for the mission. Thousands of hours of supplementary conversations ("backroom loops") between flight controllers and other support teams languished in storage at the National Archives and Records Administration building in Maryland—until now.
Thanks to a year-long project to locate, digitize, and process all that extra audio (completed in July), diehard space fans can now access a fresh treasure trove of minutiae from the Apollo 11 mission. And those records are now preserved for future generations.
Ho ho ho! The holiday special premieres Dec. 14.
A look at the Zozosuit, a new Amazon-Apple partnership and Alibaba's Singles' Day.
Renoir. Van Gogh. Monet. Warhol. Explore over 50,000 high-resolution images of famous artwork on the museum's newly designed website.
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OnePlus tries lightning the mood.
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