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Apple’s Takeover of Shazam Is Cleared by European Regulators

Apple’s Takeover of Shazam Is Cleared by European Regulators

Officials in Europe said they had determined that Apple’s acquisition of the song-identifying app Shazam, saying the deal did not threaten competition.
Amazon launches upgraded Fire HD 8 tablet with full Alexa hands-free and ‘show mode’ functionality

Amazon launches upgraded Fire HD 8 tablet with full Alexa hands-free and ‘show mode’ functionality

Amazon today announced an upgraded Fire HD 8 tablet, with Alexa hands-free mode built into the fabric of the device. While Alexa has been available on Fire HD tablets for some time, it wasn’t until
EU approves Apple acquisition of music discovery app Shazam

EU approves Apple acquisition of music discovery app Shazam

(Reuters) — The European Union approved Apple’s planned acquisition of British music discovery app Shazam on Thursday, saying an EU antitrust investigation showed it would not harm competition in the
Microsoft brings Xbox One voice control to Amazon Echo speakers and Windows 10 PCs

Microsoft brings Xbox One voice control to Amazon Echo speakers and Windows 10 PCs

Microsoft today introduced Xbox voice control with AI assistants Cortana and Alexa. Xbox One control is available in a range of places where you can find both intelligent assistants, such as Windows
Apple’s Takeover of Shazam Is Cleared by European Regulators

Apple’s Takeover of Shazam Is Cleared by European Regulators

Officials in Europe said they had determined that Apple’s acquisition of the song-identifying app Shazam, saying the deal did not threaten competition.
MasterClass raises $80 million to bring celebrity mentors to the masses

MasterClass raises $80 million to bring celebrity mentors to the masses

Filmmaking taught by Martin Scorsese? Comedy taught by Steve Martin? Chess taught by Garry Kasparov? Tennis taught by Serena Williams? Cooking taught by Gordon Ramsay? If that sounds like some sort of

∞ 911 day time lapse, traveling around the world, no shaving

[VIDEO] Tell me, by the end of this video (embedded in the main Loop post), you don't see Jim Dalrymple-like results.And do stick around to the end (even if you jump there), to see the map showing
Anti-Trump op-ed prompts guessing game on author's identity

Anti-Trump op-ed prompts guessing game on author's identity

New York Times stays tight-lipped as article pulled apart for clues and furious Trump demands unmaskingAn opinion piece in the New York Times by an anonymous senior administration official, claiming
Friend of Alexander Litvinenko sues Russian TV channels for libel

Friend of Alexander Litvinenko sues Russian TV channels for libel

Alex Goldfarb has filed a complaint in federal court in Manhattan after broadcasts on RT and Channel One blamed him for the former Russian spy’s 2006 death in LondonA close friend of Alexander
I Went Through All of My Old Tweets and Was Horrified by What I Found

I Went Through All of My Old Tweets and Was Horrified by What I Found

Deleting my tweets one at a time was an education in self-loathing and shame—and 100-percent worth it.

The Show’s Over for Four-door Ford Car Advertising

With Ford Motor Company dropping all but one car from its lineup to focus on utility vehicles and crossovers, there’s little reason to run ad campaigns for both. You don’t see Coca-Cola running spots
Why do all these Daily Caller reporters keep appearing on Russian propaganda channels?

Why do all these Daily Caller reporters keep appearing on Russian propaganda channels?

It’s been a rough week for the Daily Caller. First, The Atlantic identified former Daily Caller editor Scott Greer as the author of numerous posts on Richard Spencer’s white supremacist website. Then,
Twitter announces it’s finally banned Alex Jones

Twitter announces it’s finally banned Alex Jones

A month after platforms like Facebook and YouTube banned conspiracy theorist Alex Jones for harassment and glorifying violence, and a day after he appeared at Wednesday’s tech hearings in Washington,

You can take these 3 actions right now to help stop Trump’s lie machine

Trump is ramping up his lies through his three amplifiers: Fox News, his rallies, and his Twitter account. His lies aren’t subject to the filters traditionally applied to presidential statements,
There's a Lie at the Heart of Nike's New Kaepernick Ad

There's a Lie at the Heart of Nike's New Kaepernick Ad

The tagline should be: "Believe in something. Even when the billionaires who control your fate take your dream away."
Popbase helps YouTube stars build closer relationships with their fans

Popbase helps YouTube stars build closer relationships with their fans

Entertainment has changed. New platforms led by YouTube have emerged to change the dynamic of broadcast media — once dominated by the rigid programming of TV — while the internet has enabled new media
Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones and Infowars

Twitter permanently bans Alex Jones and Infowars

(Reuters) — Twitter on Thursday permanently banned U.S. conspiracy theorist Alex Jones and his website Infowars from its platform and Periscope, saying in a tweet that the accounts had violated its
Beyond Spotify and iZettle: How Sweden became Europe’s capital of startup exits

Beyond Spotify and iZettle: How Sweden became Europe’s capital of startup exits

The exits earlier this year by two of Sweden’s biggest startup names would be enough to swell the pride of any regional ecosystem. Spotify’s $27 billion IPO and iZettle’s acquisition for $2.2 billion
MediaTek Has Plans For A Low-Cost Face Unlocking System

MediaTek Has Plans For A Low-Cost Face Unlocking System

Facial recognition tools aren’t exactly new, and in the past we have seen how Android has attempted to incorporate it as a security feature. However it’s safe to say that no one has really achieved
'It's treason': Donald Trump on New York Times op-ed – video

'It's treason': Donald Trump on New York Times op-ed – video

The US president accuses the newspaper of treason during a rally in Billings, Montana, on Thursday. The Times published an anonymous op-ed from an administration official who wrote of a coalition