Spotify is now selling your information to advertisers

Your age, gender and song picks are up for grabs.If you’re a Spotify user, your friends and family aren’t the only ones who are able to check out your playlists. The popular streaming service is now the latest platform that is opening its data to targeted advertising. Everything from your age and

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Twitter Paid a Hacker $10,000 For Filching Vine’s Source Code

He was a white hat hackerthe good kind.Avinash Singh, an Indian computer security researcher, stumbled across a prized possession earlier this year: the entire source code for Twitters short-form video service, Vine.Singh, who goes by the nickname avicoder, uncovered a security hole that

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Twitter launches new ad campaign because people still don’t understand Twitter

Twitter is starting a new ad campaign. The purpose? To get people to know why they should actually use Twitter.Called See whats happening the campaign is focused on showing newcomers a glimpse into the conversations that happen on the platform. The company says as much as 90 percent of people

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One Photo Could Hack Your Apple Device; Experts Urge Users to Upgrade iPhones and…

Experts are urging Apple users to manually update their operating systems after Apple issued a patch for a new security exploit that could let a hacker take over their devices with a single image.The photo could be on a website or sent by email. Or just an MMS text message. All the attacker would

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The new Glif smartphone mount is the smartest of its kind

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CyanogenMod says it’s ‘not going anywhere,’ denies pivot rumors

News of Cyanogens demise is premature, says its cofounder. In a blog post, Steve Kondik tried to lay out what is going on with the company, but raises more questions instead.In the post, Kondik says CyanogenMod isnt going anywhere, nor has Cyanogen Inc. discontinued its efforts towards the goal

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Googles phone app will now warn about potential spam callers

No one enjoys getting random, unwanted phone calls, especially on their mobile phone. Thankfully Google is doing something about it, at least for Nexus and Android One users. As long as caller ID is enabled on your device, Google will now give you a clear warning if an incoming call is potentially

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Netflixs slowing subscriber growth could have nothing to do with a price hike

There have been a number of suggestions to explain the slowdown in Netflixs subscriber growth that resulted in its share price falling by 14.5%.Netflixs own theory is that users were put off by a price rise as Netflix phased out legacy price deals for early subscribers. Certainly the press

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Windows 10’s Anniversary Update makes a great OS better

Just dont expect any drastic changes. »It’s nice, for once, to be able to recommend a new version of Windows without any hesitation. » That’s how I summarized my review of Windows 10 last year, and for the most part, it’s lived up to my expectations. Other than Microsoft’s bafflingly forceful

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Un village africain parodie le discours formaté des startups

Saviez-vous que la poule est la première imprimante 3D jamais conçue ?« Communities for Development » est une ONG qui soutient les entrepreneurs

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