Monthly Archives: July 2018

Apple eyeballs that $1 trillion mark

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Apple today posted its third quarter results, and the company’s massive growth continues unabated. Assuming this continues, it could become the first American company to be worth $1 trillion. Based on the company’s report, the iPhone and Apple services represented the largest growth in revenue for the company. Overall, the Read More

Facebook uncovers yet another fake news campaign

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Facebook today revealed that, just in time for the American midterm elections, it’s uncovered a new spate of fake news pages guilty of “coordinated inauthentic behavior.” In total, Facebook identified 8 pages, 17 profiles, and 7 Instagram accounts involved in this suspicious behavior. They had names like “Black Elevation” or Read More

How to automatically delete your old tweets

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Online sleuths have spent the past several years uncovering some of our deepest and darkest secrets. Secrets that, for whatever reason, we decided to make public. It’s fair game. Once you tweet something publicly, it’s available to anyone who feels like doing a little digging. Often, these tweets are in Read More

Video game consoles are doing just fine

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Nintendo and Sony today revealed their video game consoles were selling like hotcakes — which is a bigger deal than you’d think given how grim things looked for the console industry as recently as last year. Nintendo‘s Switch is doing alright, for starters. In total, the company appears to have Read More

Lithuania: You are welcome

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If you ever feel like moving to Lithuania, please do, bring your partner, bring your friends. In stark contrast to the words and actions of an increasingly worrying amount of leaders and nations around the world, there’s always something different about smaller countries. Our (current) globalized economy has meant that Read More