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Company CEO threatens to fire employee for talking to reporter
Talking Biz News • Chris Roush
Samsung's Android tablets are down to as low as $100 at Amazon
Android Central • Jared Dipane
Mercedes’ wireless charger doesn’t play nice with the iPhone X
The Verge • Micah Singleton
Apple CEO Tim Cook highlights 3rd-party physician app VisualDX in earnings call
Becker's Hospital Review • Jessica Kim Cohen
Self-harm rises sharply among tween and young teen girls, study shows
Los Angeles Times • Melissa Healy
Apple: Letting China block apps lets us keep bolstering free speech
The Hill • Joe Uchill
OnePlus 5T: Should you pay extra for 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage?
Android Central • Andrew Martonik
Warriors Must Face Suit Over Eavesdropping App
MediaPost • Wendy Davis
To charge your iPhone X as quickly as possible, you need to spend another $94
Quartz • Mike Murphy
The Supreme Court Takes Up Location Tracking
MediaPost • Jess Nelson
 
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Company CEO threatens to fire employee for talking to reporter
Talking Biz NewsChris Roush
The CEO and cofounder of HQ Trivia, Rus Yusupov, threatened to fire the popular host of its trivia show Scott Rogowsky for talking to a reporter from The Daily Beast. Taylor Lorenz of The Daily Beast reports, “Because of his status as...
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Tablets
Samsung's Android tablets are down to as low as $100 at Amazon
Android CentralJared Dipane
There's a whole lot of tablets on sale right now! Amazon currently has a whole bunch of Samsung Android tablets on sale, with prices starting as low as just $99.99. There are variations of the Galaxy Tab A, and Tab S3, both...
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Apple Inc, Tablets
Mercedes’ wireless charger doesn’t play nice with the iPhone X
The VergeMicah Singleton
I’m driving a new 2017 Mercedes E300 today, and it comes with a built-in wireless charger, which is a nice feature for a $60,000 car. Now, let’s overlook the poor placement of the charger — buried behind the cupholders, for some reason...
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Apple Inc, Quantum Computing
Apple CEO Tim Cook highlights 3rd-party physician app VisualDX in earnings call
Becker's Hospital ReviewJessica Kim Cohen
Apple CEO Tim Cook discussed a physician-facing app during a recent company earnings call, Business Insider reports. The app, VisualDx, aims to help physicians diagnose skin conditions. It leverages Core ML, a machine learning framework developed by Apple, to compare photos taken...
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Mobile Phones
Self-harm rises sharply among tween and young teen girls, study shows
Los Angeles TimesMelissa Healy
For girls navigating the straits of adolescence and young adulthood, there are new signs of serious emotional trouble. From 2009 to 2015, the nation’s emergency rooms saw a sharp rise in treatment of girls 10 to 24 who intentionally injured themselves. But...
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Apple Inc, Freedom of Speech
Apple: Letting China block apps lets us keep bolstering free speech
The HillJoe Uchill
Apple told senators that capitulating to the Chinese government's ban on certain privacy apps would help the iPhone continue to "promote greater opennness [sic] and facilitate the free flow of ideas and information." The comments came in a written response to Sens....
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Mobile Phones
OnePlus 5T: Should you pay extra for 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage?
Android CentralAndrew Martonik
Everyone wants more, but that's usually dependent on cost as well. Like the OnePlus 5, we once again have two distinct models of the OnePlus 5T, giving you a choice of RAM and storage options for a nominal increase in price. You...
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Mobile Phones
Warriors Must Face Suit Over Eavesdropping App
MediaPostWendy Davis
A New York resident who downloaded an app for the Golden State Warriors can proceed with claims that the basketball team and the beacon technology company Signal 360 violated wiretap laws by eavesdropping on her, a judge ruled Monday. U.S. District Court...
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Mobile Phones, Smartphones
To charge your iPhone X as quickly as possible, you need to spend another $94
QuartzMike Murphy
It’s as if $1,000 wasn’t enough to begin with. Apple’s latest smartphone, the iPhone X, has drawn criticism for costing as much as a 1996 Honda Accord, but it turns out that one of its features isn’t even available out of the...
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Advertising Industry, Mobile Phones
The Supreme Court Takes Up Location Tracking
MediaPostJess Nelson
The United States Supreme Court will hear arguments at the end of the month for a case that could potentially impact the way marketers use location data for geotargeting. On November 29, Carpenter v. U.S. will make its way before the Supreme...
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