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Read Apple CEO Tim Cook's Email To Employees About Trump Pulling Out Of The Paris Accord

0SHARESShare This afternoon Apple CEO Tim Cook added his name to an ever-lengthening list of CEOs voicing their disappointment over President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord. “I spoke with President Trump on Tuesday and tried to persuade him to keep the U.S. in the agreement,” Cook wrote in a memo obtained by BuzzFeed ...

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Do You Think Those Color Block Facebook Posts Are Awesome Or Awful?

0SHARESShare Hello, I’m Katie, and I find those new color block Facebook text post thingees very annoying. My boss, Mat, loves them. We decided to discuss the issue over email. Please vote at the end to help us settle this debate.Dear Katie,Recently, in our tech news Slack room, you lobbed an accusation at me. You said that you thought that ...

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5 easy-to-use Android home screen launchers

0SHARESShare Image: Jack Wallen For many, the Android home screen is simply a place to interact with their phone: Place launchers, interact with Google Assistant (or Now, depending upon your release), and not much more. For others, however, the home screen launcher is a way of life—or, at least, a way to make mobility an efficient day-to-day experience. A quick ...

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Video: Takeaways from Mary Meeker's 2017 internet trends report

0SHARESShare Video: Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s 2017 internet trends report – TechRepublichttps://tr3.cbsistatic.com/fly/bundles/techrepubliccore/js/libs/html5shiv.js Video: Takeaways from Mary Meeker’s 2017 internet trends report Related Most Recent 0SHARESShare Click here to Read from the source

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Why Apple is failing to upend Google in the battle for mobile map dominance

0SHARESShare Google has spent decades indexing the internet so that it can make billions of dollars advertising against our desire to find things online. Since 2005, Google has also aggressively “indexed” our physical world, effectively taking our offline world and bringing it online. Despite the enormity of the stakes, Google has been left largely alone to its location ambitions. This ...

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How to install two of the best call blocking apps for iOS 10

Image: Hiya Spam calls are not only annoying, but they also waste our time and interrupt quiet moments in our lives. Fortunately, with iOS 10, Apple has enabled developers to build apps that can block calls just like they did with iOS 9 and content blocking apps. These new call blocking apps can send known spam callers directly to voicemail ...

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Android Marshmallow: The smart person's guide

0SHARESShare Image: Claudia Cruz/CNET Android 6.0 (Marshmallow) makes massive strides in polishing the dull sheen left behind by Android 5.0 (Lollipop). In fact, Marshmallow is the best incarnation of Android yet. Here’s a look at what Marshmallow has to offer. We’ll update this guide as new information about Marshmallow becomes available. SEE: All of TechRepublic’s smart person’s guides Executive summary ...

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Adobe goes mobile with Scan app and expanded electronic signature features

0SHARESShare Image: Adobe Adobe has announced an all-new mobile scanning app with one advantage over the competition: It does OCR for free. Along with the release of the new Scan app are ease-of-use changes to Adobe Sign, Adobe’s esignature platform, and new and expanded partnerships for Adobe Document Cloud. Scan is available now for iOS and Android , while Sign ...

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Free PDF download: Cybersecurity in an IoT and mobile world

0SHARESShare Image: iStock/ymgerman As ZDNet’s Charles McLellan points out in his introduction to this special report, the tech world today is dominated by mobile, social networks, cloud, analytics and the Internet of Things. Companies are rushing to introduce new products using these technologies into the market, sometimes to the detriment of security considerations. This ZDNet/TechRepublic special feature looks at how ...

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No. 1 takeaway in Meeker's 2017 report: Is your business ready for voice?

0SHARESShare The voice revolution is coming—is your business ready for the challenge? As voice input systems continue to make their way into products and services, and their accuracy improves, voice could be poised to upend typing as the main way users engage with your business. The growth and proliferation of voice input was one of the major takeaways in Mary ...

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