White hat hacking is a rapidly growing market of ethical hacking to help prevent security and data breaches. Instead of maliciously trying to compromise a network, a white hat hacker would try and discover exploits for the sole purpose of getting those exploits addressed and patched, instead of stealing information. Getting started with network or […]
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Essential has had a rough launch, to say the least. The Essential Phone was intended to launch much earlier than it did, and there were four color variants shown off at its announcement. So far we’ve only been able to get the phone in black, but as of today, you can order the device in […]
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Some people are more sensitive to sound during sleep than others. Luckily, there are a number of white noise machines on the market for light sleepers. Here are our five of our currents favorites, from Marpac to HoMedics.
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When a leak occurs, it’s usually an insider that shares information with a publication. That’s not the case today regarding the upcoming Google Pixel in white leaking online. One of Canada’s largest carriers is prematurely showing off what Google has on the way. Through a splash page leading to the Galaxy Note 7, Bell is showing […]
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Don’t let the light show end with the fireworks this Fourth of July. These LED-equipped stools, lamps, and fountains can add some additional light and color to your next summer shindig.
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You are a large company with a few issues, but need congress to pass a few bills, lean in your favour, or just grease a few palms. How do you do it? Easy, you hire someone who has worked at the White House before and knows all the ins-and-outs of the trade.
That is exactly what Google has done by hiring former White House deputy national security adviser, Caroline Atkinson. She will now be working for Google to lead its public policy efforts. This means she will be handling some very large and tough legal issues Google has been having such as antitrust allegations, Europe’s right to be forgotten laws, general censorship, and more.
Atkinson is a pretty great hire on paper. Other than the White House she has also worked as a journalist and an official at the International Monetary Fund. She shouldn’t have too much trouble handling Google’s issues.
Source: New York Times
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Google has taken its amazing Jump VR 360-degree camera rig into the White House, to give us a glimpse of the Christmas decorations adorning the many rooms. Using YouTube and the Google Cardboard viewer, you can see the results.
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