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BigCommerce Web Development: Ensure an optimized business growth!

Today’s online retail industry holds many remunerative opportunities and a huge level of competition simultaneously. With many merchants opting for s...

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Trump Is Right About Poor California Forest Management

Views expressed in this article are the opinions of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of The Epoch Times.

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Google went down after traffic was routed through China and Russia

Google's services went down for an hour yesterday after its IP addresses were routed way from normal paths to Nigeria, China and Russia. Google told Ars Technica it doubted the leak was malicious, despite the fact that government-owned China Telecom was

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Lack of sunspots to bring record cold, warns NASA scientist - Ice Age Now

“It could happen in a matter of months,” says Martin Mlynczak of NASA’s Langley Research Center. ________________ “The sun is entering one of the deepest Solar Minima of the Space Age,” wrote Dr Tony Phillips just six weeks ago, on 27 Sep 2018.

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Google is using AI to help The New York Times digitize 5 million historical photos - The Verge

Google is working with The New York Times to digitize its huge photo collection of between 5 million and 7 million photos that are kept in a storage area known as "The Morgue." Google will use AI to scan the hand- and type-written captions and s

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You'll Need 286 Pounds of Coal to Fuel That Electric Road Trip - Bloomberg

New Yorkers looking to escape the winter chill by driving to Daytona Beach, Florida, would use about 40 gallons of gasoline to traverse the 1,000 miles in a Chevrolet Impala.

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Facebook is ending forced arbitration for sexual harassment complaints - The Verge

Facebook is ending the controversial practice of mandatory arbitration for sexual harassment claims, following protests over such policies at Google, which ended them earlier this week.

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How to download your personal data from Apple

Apple has a new process for requesting all the data the company has on you, and it's very simple. Here's how to do it.

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Here’s what Samsung’s whacky folding phone looks like in action

As rumored, Samsung showed off a prototype of a folding display today. Folded, it’s a smartphone. Unfolded, it’s a tablet. Neat! Less neat: the company sort of went out of its way to not really show very much. A prototype was on stage for abou

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Ozone layer hole will 'totally heal within 50 years' - CNN

The hole in the Earth's ozone layer is expected to fully heal by sometime in the 2060s, climate change experts predict in a new UN report.

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How to supercharge Siri on the iPhone and iPad with a hidden feature

Apple's iOS 12 for iPhones and iPads has support for a feature that most people probably don't even know about. It's called Siri Shortcuts, and you can use it to add even more power to Siri. Here's how to use Siri Shortcuts.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Skyscrapers should look to elevators as escape routes, Israeli startup says

Salamandra Zone's B-Air system provides clean, cool air to elevator cabs during fires, keeping residents alive and safe

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Instagram might be working on school Stories

It would only contain content from a particular school’s student body.

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    Twitter is sorry about that whole 'Kill all Jews' thing

    Many New Yorkers awoke to a bit of a surprise when “Kill all Jews” briefly made an appearance in their Twitter sidebar. On a social network with a hate speech problem, it’s not unusual to see this type of content. Twitter has been locked in a perpet

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    How Israeli Tech Startups Are Flipping The Script On The Opaque Insurance Sector | Technology News

    With tech now firmly part of the insurance industry, Israeli startups and companies have emerged as leaders in this rapidly flourishing trend. | NoCamels

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Run On Water: How Israeli Innovators Are Leading The Way To Hydrogen-Fueled Cars | Environment News

    A new discovery by Israeli scientists could significantly impact efforts to replace carbon-based fuels with more environmentally friendly hydrogen fuels. | NoCamels

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Tel Aviv Based Do it yourself car-maintenance software firm eyes potential of self-driving cars | The Times of Israel

    Tel Aviv-based Engie releases its Fleet app, to help car fleet operators, including rental and leasing companies, keep tabs on their vehicles

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    I Built a Social Media Following of 1 Million in 30 Days. Here's How You Can, Too.

    By applying these social strategies you can build a huge following with high levels of engagement.

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Australian-Israeli startup creates water-based fuel for electric vehicles

    Electriq~Global presents technology at Tel Aviv's Smart Mobility Summit; touts zero emissions, longer range and lower price

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    5 Best Steps to Improve Your B2B and B2C Digital Marketing

    Here're the key differences and similarities between B2B & B2C, and how to keep your digital marketing campaign effective by focusing on the things that really matter.

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    Here’s everything Apple announced today at its big hardware event | TechCrunch

    From new iPads to new MacBook Airs, Apple had a bunch of hardware refreshes to debut this morning. Here’s everything they showed off. New MacBook Air The MacBook Air is, at last, getting a Retina display. Roughly six years after the MacBook Pro went hig

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    MacBook Air: The Best and Worst Features | Digital Trends

    Apple has announced a new MacBook Air today, bringing an update that we've been anticipating for many years. Here are three things we really like about what Apple has delivered, and two things we're less excited about, including the high price t

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    NASA’s Parker Solar Probe Just Smashed Two Records in a Single Day

    NASA’s historic mission to “touch the Sun” just reached two important milestones: It now holds the record for the closest approach to the Sun by a human-built object—and also the record for the fastest spacecraft ever sent into space.

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    Forget celebrity influencers - reach micro-influencers who impact your brand

    Celebrity endorsements may not have the traction we think - fake followers included.Takumi thinks it has found a better way - with micro-influencers.

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    The Best Camera Apps for the iPhone | Digital Trends

    Smartphone cameras are nothing to scoff at, but there's something to be said for an app that works to extend the functionality of your phone. If you're looking to improve your Instagram game, or to simply capture better stills, we've rounded up some of th

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    Apple's News app draws 90 million regular readers

    Sure, Apple includes its News app on iOS devices and Macs, but how many people actually flip through it on a regular basis? Quite a few, it seems. As part of...

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Israeli Startup's Drone, AR Tech Proves Critical For Rescue Missions After Hurricanes | Technology News

    Edgybees provides a real-time platform that uses 3D mapping, data, and live video from drones and other aerial platforms to help lead rescue efforts in public safety situations and natural disasters.

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    How to Become the Social Media Manager Every Company Dreams Of

    As more brands realize the need to reach their audience online, the demand for social media managers to help grow their business through social is rapidly increasing. As social media marketing recrui…

    Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

    NASA to Host Briefing on November Mars InSight Landing | NASA

    NASA's upcoming landing of the first-ever mission to study the heart of Mars will be the topic of a media briefing at 1:30 p.m. EDT Wednesday, Oct. 31 at NASA Headquarters in Washington.

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    Yikes! Online phishing attacks up 297% over last year

    An online investigation revealed that phishing attacks are up 297 percent. Scammers using social media and online retailers to get access information

    Science & Technology | Social Media

    A New App Will Plan Your Next Vacation Based on an Instagram Photo | Mental Floss

    Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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    Google Home Hub review: Basic by design

    Google's Home Hub is designed to blend into its surroundings and can change color through an RGB sensor. Beyond that, it offers fairly mediocre performance.

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    Electric scooters are inspiring lazy people to get creative - The Verge

    The scooter craze sweeping the nation is now over a year old, which means its been around long enough to start producing its own distinct subcultures, including those who would prefer to sit while riding, the "lazy geniuses".

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    Pinterest Just Made It Easier To Sell More Stuff...And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

    Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. Did you miss them?

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    Alum (aluminum sulfate) turns polluted lakes from green to clear. Is it safe?

    Aluminum sulfate, or alum, is increasingly being used to fight algae blooms spurred by an over abundance of phosphorus from human activity.

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    Twitter now shows if a tweet was deleted for policy violations

    Twitter recently announced it’s rolling out a feature to provide context around deleted tweets – including who deleted them and why. It’s a small change, but it’s the latest in a series of moves Twitter is making in an effort to bolster transpare

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    Apple launched a new privacy website that lets you find all the data the company has on you

    Apple's privacy website relaunch is another step in the company's bid to differentiate its brand as one that avoids dealing in the sale of personal information of its customers. 

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    SodaStream launches ocean plastic cleanup effort in Honduras

    Israeli company, which lets customers add carbonation and flavor to tap water in reusable soda bottles, calls for an end to single-use plastic

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Israeli Inventor Creates Exoskeleton Allowing Paraplegics to Walk Again

    There are an estimated 6 million wheelchair users in the United States and Europe, some of whom could walk again if insurance carriers would approve the cost of coverage for a device innovated in Israel.

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    7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on October 16th – BGR

    If you're looking for new apps to fill up your iPhone or iPad and you don't want to break the bank in the process, you've come to the right place. We dug through hundreds of apps on sale to find the seven best premium iOS apps that are available as free d

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    Facebook will delete posts that spread voting misinformation this election

    Facebook today announced it’s tackling the most basic form of fake news to circulate around the time of an election: Voter misinformation and anything that might keep users away from the voting booths this fall. Specifically, the company revealed it wou

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    Israeli app seeks to create video trail to nail reckless drivers

    Jerusalem-based Comroads sets up a pilot app to create social network for drivers to share 'vital video evidence' of car accidents

    Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

    New fund utilizes Israeli tech to help small farmers in Africa

    JDC program will give thousands of agriculturists access to low-interest loans in bid to improve their crop yields, ensure their products command a fair market price

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    What I learned by bringing down LinkedIn.com

    After a few months working at LinkedIn, I was starting to feel comfortable in my role as a Site Reliability Engineer. And then "the incident" happened.

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    How Much Do YouTubers Make? Revenue Streams and Top Performers

    There's big money in the YouTube video market, but it's not so easy to crack the cash code online.

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    YouTube Stars Accused of Profiting Off Fans' Depression - The Atlantic

    Viewers are outraged that some of the site’s biggest celebrities have partnered with a controversial online counseling service.

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    Here’s how to find out if your Facebook was hacked in the breach | TechCrunch

    Are you one of the 30 million users hit by Facebook’s access token breach announced two weeks ago? Here’s how to find out. Facebook breach saw 15M users’ names & contact info accessed, 14M’s bios too Visit this Facebook Help center link while

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    Facebook removes over 550 Pages, 250 accounts in latest spam purge ahead of US midterms

    The hundreds of bad accounts were removed for breaking the site's rules for "spam and coordinated inauthentic behavior."

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    What if the most powerful nuclear bomb exploded in space

    During the Cold War, the US government launched a 1.4 megaton bomb into space. Starfish Prime, as the test was called, was the highest-altitude nuclear test in history. But what would happen if we tried the same experiment with a 50 megaton bomb, like the

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    The Universe Has A Speed Limit, And It Isn't The Speed Of Light

    Nothing can go faster than the speed of light in a vacuum. But particles in our Universe can't even go that fast.

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    Facebook, are you kidding? | TechCrunch

    Facebook is making a video camera. The company wants you to take it home, gaze into its single roving-yet-unblinking eye and speak private thoughts to your loved ones into its many-eared panel. The thing is called Portal and it wants to live on your kitch

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    Voyager 2 probe may be on the edge of interstellar space

    NASA's Voyager 2 probe may be close to joining its sibling and entering interstellar space. The vessel has been detecting a five percent increase in cosmic rays...

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    iOS 12.0.1 now available, fixes charging bug and Wi-Fi network issues – BGR

    Less than a month after releasing iOS 12, Apple has begun rolling out the first update for the new version of its mobile operating system in order to address a few notable issues that have arisen since launch.

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    Lasers Reveal 60,000 Ancient Maya Structures in Guatemala - HISTORY

    “This is HOLY [expletive] territory,” tweeted one archaeologist about the discoveries.

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    Apple might have an iPhone dilemma next year | Pocketnow

    Apple's iPhone dilemma might be something serious come 2019, when the company will have to make a tough decision for the iPhone.

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    Apple's T2 Chip Makes Third-Party Mac Repairs Impossible

    If you own a 2017 iMac Pro or 2018 MacBook Pro, Apple requires proprietary software to repair your device, even if all you need is a new battery or keyboard replaced, which means only Apple and authorized service providers can fix your Mac.

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    This Creepy Finger Plugs Into Your Phone and Drags the Device to You | Mental Floss

    Test your knowledge with amazing and interesting facts, trivia, quizzes, and brain teaser games on MentalFloss.com.

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    Extreme selfies have resulted in 259 deaths, says US report

    The desire for ever more extreme selfies has so far resulted in 259 deaths, says a new report by the US National Library of Medicine ...

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    Wi-Fi is About to Get a Lot Easier to Understand | Fortune

    The Wi-Fi Alliance trade group is ditching the alphabet soup of 802.11ac for a much clearer naming structure.

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    Photographing Indigenous Communities Under Threat in the Amazon

    With the threat of displacement looming, photographer Charlie Hamilton James set out to showcase daily life with these vulnerable groups.

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    Harvest Moon, Hurricane, and More of September's Best Space Pictures

    Also see a rare weather event swirl in the clouds of Jupiter, and get a glimpse at an iconic rocket's final launch.

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    Dwarf planet 'The Goblin' discovery redefining solar system | Science | The Guardian

    Massively elongated orbit suggests object is influenced by theoretical giant Planet Nine in Oort Cloud region

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    25 Clever Ideas For Dealing With All The Wires And Cords In Your Home

    Finally address all the tangled eyesores, trip hazards, and nibbling kitten bait that help make your world go 'round.

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    Relike lets you turn a Facebook page into a newsletter | TechCrunch

    French startup Ownpage has recently released a new product called Relike. Relike is one of the easiest ways to get started with email newsletters. You enter the web address of your Facebook page and that’s about it. The company automatically pulls your

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    Facebook warns that third-party apps could have been affected by recent breach

    It may not just be your Facebook account at risk. The social media giant has warned that third-party apps which allow users to log in via their Facebook accounts may also have been affected by the recent security breach, though the company has yet to conf

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    Trump administration looks to speed 5G networks, ease hurdles | Reuters

    The Trump administration said on Friday it is seeking to remove hurdles to faster deployment of the next generation of wireless communications, known as 5G, which it touted as revolutionary for a host of industries.

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    Some iPhone XS and XS Max devices have an annoying charging problem

    Some iPhone XS and XS Max owners have noticed a bug that's stopping their devices from charging properly.

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    Exclusive: Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the World Wide Web

    With an ambitious decentralized platform, the father of the web hopes it’s game on for corporate tech giants like Facebook and Google.

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      Facebook Hacked, 50 Million Users Affected - Motherboard

      Facebook "discovered a security issue" that the company said allowed attackers to "take over people's accounts."

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      This is the coolest iPhone camera accessory ever made, and it’s on sale today only

      The cameras on Apple’s latest iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are absolutely incredible. They’re able to capture photos and videos with quality you won’t believe. As good as they are,…

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      The ancient earthquake detector that puzzled modern historians

      The earthquake detector that existed long before we knew what earthquakes really were.

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      TapeACall Lets You Record Phone Conversations on Your iPhone Like a Pro

      If you've ever been on the receiving end of a threatening phone call, you'll immediately know the value in being able to record phone conversations on your iPhone. Beyond that extreme example, however, recording calls is still an extremely useful

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      Crafty kids are finding ingenious ways to thwart Apple's 'Screen Time' feature

      Apple first introduced Screen Time this summer as one of the key feature additions on iOS 12. By adding limits to specific apps, or your phone as a whole, Apple attempted to add a digital dose of self-control for those who need it most. People raved about

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      WhatsApp co-founder: 'I sold my users' privacy' with Facebook acquisition - CNET

      Brian Acton had also tweeted in March that users should "#deletefacebook," as the social network dealt with its Cambridge Analytica scandal.

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      Twitter says bug may have exposed some direct messages to third-party developers | TechCrunch

      Twitter said that a “bug” sent user’s private direct messages to third-party developers “who were not authorized to receive them.” The social media giant began warning users Friday of the possible exposure with a message in the app. “The issue

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      Japan’s Hayabusa 2 mission lands on the surface of a distant asteroid

      The coolest mission you haven't heard of just hit a major milestone: the Japanese Hayabusa 2 probe has reached its destination, the asteroid Ryugu, and just deployed a pair of landers to its surface. Soon it will touch down itself and bring back a sa

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        Japanese Probe Deploys Tiny Hopping Robots Toward Big Asteroid Ryugu

        Japan's Hayabusa2 probe, which has been circling the asteroid Ryugu since late June, has deployed two little "rovers" called MINERVA-II1A and MINERVA-II1B toward the space rock's surface.

        Science & Technology | Paleontology

        Dickinsonia Is the Oldest Known Animal, Steroids Show - The Atlantic

        Scientists have finally confirmed that a weird ribbed oval called Dickinsonia is an animal.

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        Echo Auto brings Alexa to cars

        As Amazon noted at today’s event, the company has already been working with a number of car companies to bring Alexa to vehicles. There are already a number of high-profile partners, including Toyota, Ford, Lexus, BMW and Audi. Today, it announced its p

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        The Most Fun (and Useful) Things You Can Do With an Amazon Echo or Google Home

        Smart home devices will tell you the weather and answer trivia questions, sure, but they can do so much more. Try these tips to streamline your day, relax a little or just have some fun.

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        Lyft brings its electric scooters to Santa Monica

        You no longer have to be a Denver resident to try Lyft's electric scooters. The two-wheeled transports are now available in Santa Monica, California under a ci...

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        A whale of a tale | symmetry magazine

        Scientists looking for tiny particles off the coast of Italy stumble upon a much bigger research subject.

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        US F-22s came face-to-face with Russia's top fighter near Alaska and were at a major disadvantage

        If a fight were to start during an intercept like the one this week, the Russian pilot would have the huge advantage of having the F-22 in sight. What's more, the Russian Su-35 can maneuver better than the F-22.