Kanye West is known for going off on interesting rants, whether it be on social media or during his concerts. This time Kanye went off on a crazy (or genius…we aren’t sure) rant during his appearance on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” The 38-year-old rapper appeared on the daytime talk show and discussed his family, asking […]
Uber is currently embroiled in hundreds of lawsuits around the world, but after today, it can cross one off the list. The cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco sued Uber in 2014 over its background check procedures, but the company has now settled out of court for at least $ 10 million.
Google definitely wins against Apple when it comes to naming versions of its operating systems. Google’s CEO Sundar Pichai hinted in December 2015 that the company might be turning to its users for help naming Android N and it looks like he wasn’t being flippant after all. As Android Police reports, a number of users have started getting questions in the Google Opinion Rewards app about food beginning with the letter N. Of course, polls on the app are anonymized and could very well be from anyone but it sounds a little too coincidental for me. The first question asks the user to name…
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Volkswagen’s emissions cheating scandal is getting worse fast, and the executive board is in full-speed amputation mode.
The post Porsche Boss to Take Over VW as Bloodletting Gets Going appeared first on WIRED.
The public has learned the “how” of Volkswagen’s deception involving the emissions of its “clean diesel” vehicles, but they are still asking the $ 18 billion question, why? The answer will probably unfold over the course of a televised congressional hearing, and the reasons will likely be numerous. But it’s clear that events in the years 2007 and 2008 were among the main impetuses.
A dispute between Microsoft and the U.S. government over turning over emails stored in a data center in Ireland comes up for oral arguments in an appeals court in New York on Wednesday.
Microsoft holds that an outcome against it could affect the trust of its cloud customers abroad as well as affect relationships between the U.S. and other governments which have their own data protection and privacy laws.
Customers outside the U.S. would be concerned about extra-territorial access to their user information, the company has said. A decision against Microsoft could also establish a norm that could allow foreign governments to reach into computers in the U.S. of companies over which they assert jurisdiction, to seize the private correspondence of U.S. citizens.
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Air pollution is decreasing over parts of the Middle East. But researchers say that for most Middle Eastern cities, the clearer air is actually a symptom of conflict, not a sign of progress.
Open Automation Software Enables Secure Data Hosting over the internet using …
Today Open Automation Software is proud to announce the release of its Live Data Cloud application which harnesses the power of open standards to enable secure real-time, and historical, data hosting utilizing a standard Internet connection.
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Vimeo Adds Customizable Music Options And A New, Cloud-Based Enhancer Tool
The main point of the tool for now is the ability for creators to instantly add music to their videos, straight from the Vimeo web site. In addition to adding music, they can also update audio levels and control the start- and end-point of a song.
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WebHostRanking.com Expands Services to VPS, Dedicated, and Cloud Hosting Providers
The new cloud hosting category added to WebHostRanking.com provides users with additional resources about cloud hosting and reviews some of the best cloud hosting providers in the industry. In addition, Web Host Ranking continues to expand the VPS and …
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A thousand reasons for Giacom to celebrate
STAFF at a leading cloud computing company were celebrating today after its network of resellers hit the 1000 mark. Giacom ThinkCloud has the largest team of IT support firms selling Hosted Exchange under their own brands in the UK.
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