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top 10 apps

iOS FREE APPS #01 – Telemundo Deportes - En Vivo By NBCUniversal Media, LLC Category: Sports / Free Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. Apple TV. #02 – Hole.io By Voodoo Category: Games / Free Requires iOS 7.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #03 – FOX Sports: FIFA World Cup™ By FOX Sports Interactive Category: Sports / Free Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #04 – ARK: Survival Evolved By Wildcard Properties LLC Category: Games / Free Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #05 – Fortnite By Chair Entertainment Group Category: Games / Free Requires iOS 11.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. #06 – Helix Jump By Voodoo Category: Games / Free Requires iOS 7.0 or…

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univ. of alabama students can use id card on apple watch

No more ID cards for University of Alabama students with an Apple Watch or iPhone. Apple said in a statement said only have to raise their wrist to gain access to places including the library, dorms and events, pay for snacks, laundry and dinners around campus, the Tuscaloosa News reported. The software was presented this week as students with an Apple Watch or iPhone can add their ID cards to the wallet for usage this fall. UA president Stewart Bell spoke more in depth about the pilot program at a board meeting last week. The new software is cost free. “We have actually been working on this project for some time a little bit under the cloak of secrecy,” Bell said. “It is a next-generation technology program that will allow our students to…

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some amazon investors side with aclu on facial recognition

Some Amazon company investors said they are siding with privacy and civil rights advocates who are urging the tech giant to not sell a powerful face recognition tool to police. The American Civil Liberties Union is leading the effort against Amazon’s Rekognition product, delivering a petition with 152,000 signatures to the company’s Seattle headquarters, telling the company to“cancel this order.”They’re asking Amazon to stop marketing Rekognition to government agencies over privacy issues that they say can be used to discriminate against minorities. Amazon said it’s an object detection tool. The company through a spokesman said it can be used for law enforcement tasks ranging from fighting human trafficking to finding lost children, and that just like computers, it can be a force for good in responsible hands. But a group of 19 investment…

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ibm computer proves formidable against 2 human debaters

An argumentative computer proved formidable against two human debaters as IBM gave its first public demonstration of new artificial intelligence technology it’s been working on for more than five years. The new skills show that computers are getting better at mastering human language and speech. The computer made its case for government-subsidized space research by pulling in evidence from its huge internal repository of newspapers, journals and other sources. After delivering opening arguments, the computer listened to a professional human debater’s counter-argument and spent four minutes rebutting it. The company unveiled its Project Debater in San Francisco this week. IBM selected possible topics based on whether they were debatable, but neither the computer nor the human debaters knew the topic in advance. Nonetheless, the computer championed the topic fiercely with just a few…

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the need for encryption

Smartphones, led by iPhone, have become an essential part of our lives. People use them to store an incredible amount of personal information, from our private conversations to our photos, our music, our notes, our calendars and contacts, our financial information and health data, even where we have been and where we are going. All that information needs to be protected from hackers and criminals who want to access it, steal it, and use it without our knowledge or permission. Customers expect Apple and other technology companies to do everything in our power to protect their personal information, and at Apple we are deeply committed to safeguarding their data. Compromising the security of our personal information can ultimately put our personal safety at risk. That is why encryption has become so important…

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box office top 20: ‘incredibes 2’ record inches higher

Disney and Pixar’s record-breaking opening of “Incredibles 2” is even bigger than initially expected. According to final totals Monday from the studios, the animated sequel grossed a massive $182.7 million in its first three days in theaters — a record opening for animated movies by almost $50 million. In a distant second was the female-led spinoff “Ocean’s 8,” now in its second weekend in theaters, with $19 million. Third place went to the R-rated comedy “Tag,” starring Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm, which took in $14.9 million in its first weekend. “Solo: A Star Wars Story” fell to fourth place with $10 million, and “Deadpool 2” rounded out the top five with $$8.7 million. The top 20 movies at U.S. and Canadian theaters Friday through Sunday, followed by distribution studio, gross, number…