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YouTube Gets a New Look and Logo

For the last 12 years, YouTube’s logo has been a pair of anachronisms wrapped inside each other. “We have the word tube in a tube,” says Christopher Bettig, the head of YouTube’s art department. “This is weird. No one know what this is.” Tube is...
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How to Succeed at Online Gambling as a Newbie

Trying any sort of game out for the first time can be daunting, as you’re not quite sure what to expect. In this guide, we’ll be helping all of the newbies out there to have the absolute best possible casino experience from the very first...
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Cutting Costs with the Aid of ERP Solutions

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ERP is traditionally understood as way to increase productivity, efficiency, and oversight. What often gets overlooked is that it’s also a powerful cost-cutting tool. Organizations of all sizes that are eager to make meaningful reductions in spending will be impressed and surprised by what ERP...
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Alexa, Play My Music Everywhere

Amazon today announced an all-new Alexa feature that lets you control and synchronize music across multiple Amazon Echo devices in your home. Starting today, you can target music to a specific Echo device or a group of devices—just ask. Soon, this ability will be extended...
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Microsoft and Amazon bring together Alexa and Cortana

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Microsoft and Amazon announced today that the Amazon Echo will be able to talk to Microsoft Cortana AI (Artificial Intelligence) Platform. Amazons very popular AI platform Alexa will be able to talk to Cortana, and Cortana will be able to talk to Alexa. Microsoft CEO...
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APFS Is Not Optional

When you upgrade to macOS High Sierra, systems with all flash storage configurations are converted automatically. Systems with hard disk drives (HDD) and Fusion drives won’t be converted to APFS. You can’t opt-out of the transition to APFS. Apple Looks like Apple is pushing all...
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NYPD needs to replace 36K useless smartphones

The NYPD has to scrap the 36,000 smartphones it gave cops over the past two years because they’re already obsolete and can’t be upgraded, The Post has learned. The city bought Microsoft-based Nokia smartphones as part of a $160 million NYPD Mobility Initiative that Mayor...
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