No, Google is not modifying search results when you search for Hillary Clinton

Written on:June 11, 2016
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The viral video that’s been floating around for the last day suggesting that Google is altering search results when users search for Hillary Clinton has turned out to be untrue. Read more…
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Spatial Computing: why Tim Cook better worry

Written on:June 6, 2016
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Spatial Computing: why Tim Cook better worry

Tweet It is the fourth visible user interface of the personal computer era. The first was character mode. MS-DOS. The second was the GUI, graphical user interface. Macintosh and Windows. The third was touch. iPhone and Android. The fourth is spatial computing. At each introduction of a new user interface some companies either went away or became dramatically less important. When GUI’s came along Borland and Wordperfect, both companies bet…

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Time’s up for Time Warner Cable, as Charter bins the newly-acquired (and much-hated) brand

Written on:May 19, 2016
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Time’s up for Time Warner Cable, as Charter bins the newly-acquired (and much-hated) brand

Tweet Time Warner Cable customers are unlikely to mourn the demise of its brand following the company’s acquisition by Charter, which also confirmed that the Bright House brand will be phased out too. Read more… Neowin

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Microsoft teams up with Quidco to offer £25 cashback on some Surface Book or Pro 4 models

Written on:May 19, 2016
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Microsoft teams up with Quidco to offer £25 cashback on some Surface Book or Pro 4 models

Tweet Microsoft UK is already offering a free Dock and Pen Tip Kit, worth £175, with the Surface Book or Pro 4 – but when you buy a Core i7 model of either device, you can now get a £25 cashback bonus. Read more… Neowin

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I/O: Building the next evolution of Google

Written on:May 19, 2016
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I/O: Building the next evolution of Google

Tweet This morning in our Mountain View, CA backyard, we kicked off Google I/O, our annual developer conference. Much has changed since our first developer event 10 years ago, and even more since Google started 17 years ago. Back then, there were 300 million people online, connecting through desktop machines; today that number is over 3 billion, with the majority using mobile devices as their primary way to get information,…

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