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Pochettino's Manchester United Rescue Act Hinges on One Huge Demand [Crypto Coins News] If Manchester United hope to convince Mauricio Pochettino to come to Old Trafford they'll have to change the way they do business.

The Apple Watch hits the gym with Connected program [TechCrunch] Wrist-worn fitness trackers tend to do a fine job when exercising outdoors. For those glued to gym equipment, however, things get trickier. GPS can’t really do its job detecting distances, and machines like the elliptic tend to be even trickier. Recent genera…

Conway’s Law and DevSecOps: How communication affects security [The Next Web] Conway’s Law describes how companies develop software. Broadly speaking, it means that software projects tend to be designed and delivered based on the same approach that a company takes to communicating internally. Conway’s Law is quoted as: Any organization…

GeoZilla can help you keep an eye on your loved ones for under $30 [The Next Web] TLDR: Keep tabs on your nearest and dearest 24/7/365 with the GeoZilla Phone GPS Locator and Tracker app, now only $29 for a lifetime subscription. For a parent, there are few more ...

Tinder will give you a verified blue check mark if you pass its catfishing test [The Verge] Tinder’s new verification system requires people to take a selfie that mimics a model’s pose to prove that they are who they say they are. It’s also launching a new safety center and partnership with Noonlight.

Google researchers find serious privacy risks in Safari’s anti-tracking protections [Ars Technica] Apple's Intelligent Tracking Prevention can open users to a variety of attacks.

3D printing body parts is close — but it needs proper regulation [The Next Web] In the last few years, the use of 3D printing has exploded in medicine. Engineers and medical professionals now routinely 3D print prosthetic hands and surgical tools. But 3D printing ...

Cult of Elon Musk Predicts Tesla CEO Turn World's First Trillionaire [Crypto Coins News] According to the cult of Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla will be the world's first trillionaire. The numbers just don't add up though.

Fujifilm’s new X-T200 camera uses gyro sensors to shoot steady 4K video [The Next Web] Fujifilm has announced the successor to its lightweight mirrorless interchangeable-lens X-T100 camera, the X-T200 — and it comes with tons of improvements, including 4K video at 30 FPS and built-in gyro sensors for steadier shots. The camera, which now sports…

TikTok inks licensing deal with Merlin to use music from independent labels in videos and new Resso streaming service [TechCrunch] TikTok, the fast-growing user-generated video app from China’s Bytedance, has been building a new music streaming service to compete against the likes of Spotify, Apple Music and Amazon Music. And today it’s announcing a deal that helps pave the way for a glo…

Microsoft’s software plan for the Duo Android phone is surprisingly realistic [The Verge] The most exciting story of the day was Microsoft releasing a bunch of software tools for its upcoming dual-screen Android phone, the Duo. It includes the necessary bits to build Android apps that are aware of the hinge and its various positions and even some …

The latest Huawei P40 Pro color leak makes me want a Viennetta [The Next Web] If you’re reading this from anywhere but Britain, Ireland, equally cultured places, you might not know what a Viennetta is. And for that, I both envy and pity you. [Read: These are the 6 best phones of 2019] Simply, it’s somewhere between a cake and an ice cr…

Dow Futures Slip as America Battles to Contain Deadly Mutating Coronavirus [Crypto Coins News] Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) futures point to a nervous stock market open as 16 potential coronavius carriers identified in US.

PSA: Never open a WhatsApp message from the crown prince of Saudi Arabia [The Verge] Learn from Jeff Bezos’ mistake. Also Boris Johnson’s. Circumstantial evidence suggests Saudi Arabia may have used it to target malware

Google's latest user-hostile design change makes ads and search results look identical [TechCrunch] Did you notice a recent change to how Google search results are displayed on the desktop? I noticed something last week — thinking there must be some kind of weird bug messing up the browser’s page rendering because suddenly everything looked similar: A homog…

Dfinity launches an open source platform aimed at the social networking giants [TechCrunch] When Dfinity raised $102 million in funding in 2018 at a $2 billion valuation in a round jointly led by Andreessen Horowitz and Polychain Capital, it represented a step change in the world of blockchain technology. In an area that at the time was more synonym…

Chelsea Face Do-or-Die Champions League Future with 8-Day Striker Deadline [Crypto Coins News] Tammy Abraham could be out for several weeks. If Chelsea want to finish in the top four of the Premier League, they need to replace him

Why your business should focus on understanding speech over voice recognition [The Next Web] If you have ever had to repeat “yes” six times to your automated telephone banking assistant, you’d be forgiven for thinking that automatic speech recognition (ASR) has a long way yet to go. But it might surprise you to know that computers are now as good as …

Scientists cut EV battery recycling process from hours to minutes [The Next Web] While electric cars are great at reducing emissions, they aren't a totally perfect solution. With the rise of EVs, the world will have to deal with an influx of worn out batteries creating ...

Satoshi Nakaboto: ‘Bitcoin markets cool amid coronavirus uncertainty’ [The Next Web] Our robot colleague Satoshi Nakaboto writes about Bitcoin every fucking day. Welcome to another edition of Bitcoin Today, where I, Satoshi Nakaboto, tell you what’s been going on with Bitcoin in the past 24 hours. As Nikola Tesla used to say: If you love your…

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