At these meetings, Hughes presented a 39-page slide deck outlining why Facebook should be broken up, the Post reported. Along with Scott Hemphill of New York University and Tim Wu of Columbia University, Hughes has been visiting the FTC, the DOJ and state attorney generals, according to The New York Times.
Dish announced the update via a blog post, and it seems like you'll be able to access Google Assistant's normally wide range of capabilities with the remote. You can control smart home devices, check your calendar, ask about the weather, check sports scores and more with a voice command. As you'd expect, you'll also be able to control your TV to launch Netflix, change the channel and more.
Aside from company earnings, Tim Cook also revealed the Apple Card launch date. In his call with investors, he mentioned the Apple-branded credit card announced earlier this year would be arriving in August, as in, this month! He didn't mention an exact date.
Retailers also are looking at how to use 5G in their stores. They want to increase the bandwidth of their store connectivity to push more in-store promotions and tailor experiences for their customers in real time. You could take a selfie and instantly see what you look like in the outfit in front of you. Inventory tracking with 5G could lead to more accurate data, ensuring they have the right inventory at all times.
Stephanie Carruthers, known in cybersecurity circles as _sn0ww, is one of IBM X-Force Red's best "social engineers" and is as adept at exploiting people as she is at cracking software. Her job is to discover, exploit and document loopholes in physical security systems. She never breaks the law, but she does think like a criminal in order to help companies and law enforcement agencies find physical and digital vulnerabilities.
Facebook revealed last week that the FTC had launched an antitrust investigation into the company, but the social network didn't provide many details. The announcement came after the agency said it was fining Facebook a record-setting billion for alleged privacy missteps.
Right now, I have to say that Apple's trade-in option is probably the most appealing. It's fast and easy, and it promised the highest value for my iPad.
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$29.90The development team hopes to make healthcare more accessible regardless of location, economic levels and other conditions.
$29.904K television has mostly been about the televisions so far, which is understandable with a new technology, but 2014 is shaping up to be the year of 4K content and, most of that, streaming. Amazon, Netflix, Samsung are fashioning themselves the early hubs of 4K while new codecs are the reason that won't clog your broadband pipe.
$29.90Convenience and a strong emphasis on security are two reasons you'd use Apple Card, and we recommend reading up on all the Apple Card details if you're interested in signing up this summer. Remember, you can continue to use Apple's digital payment system with your own credit cards.
Apple just unveiled a slight update to its MacBook Pro lineup during WWDC in July. Its 13- and 15-inch computers will feature Intel's faster eighth- and ninth-generation Core processors, including an eight-core version. It also announced a redesigned keyboard for the MacBook Pro. Soon after that, however, rumors began floating around that Apple is working on variations of the laptop.map