Fastest Growing Careers in the Tech Industry

The tech industry has been going full speed, and there’s no indication of developments stopping anytime soon. The unprecedented growth brings in more jobs in the industry. It doesn’t come as a huge surprise that 12 out of the 20 most promising jobs are in this industry, according to LinkedIn’s 2017 inaugural list. Here’s a […]

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Facebook and Google to join net neutrality protest

Facebook and Google are throwing their weight behind preserving the Federal Communications Commission’s controversial net neutrality rules. The two internet giants confirmed Friday that they plan to participate in a mass online demonstration to defend the rules as the Republican-led FCC considers gutting the protections, according to spokespeople for the companies. Dozens of companies and […]

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Why you need a shared library from Google Photos

Although we are both equipped with an iPhone, I take many more photos than my wife, which makes me the photo keeper of the family. When the occasion arises to show a photo of one of our two kids to a friend (that we have not already posted to Instagram), she asks me to dig […]

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Use a wheelchair? Google Maps just did you a solid

If you use a wheelchair to get around — or roll with someone who does — Google has just made it easier to know what kind of accessible doorways, elevators, parking and seating you’re going to get when you arrive. A new feature in Google Maps for Android (and Google Search results) lets you scan […]

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Android devices hit with CopyCat malware

This CopyCat’s got claws. A new strain of a malware called CopyCat has infected more than 14 million Android devices around the world, rooting phones and hijacking apps to make millions in fraudulent ad revenue, researchers at Check Point said Thursday. While the majority of victims are in Asia, more than 280,000 Android devices in […]

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For better or worse, Pokemon Go paved the future of AR

I still remember my walks to work last July, scanning my neighborhood’s streets for Caterpies and Pidgies. Looking around, phone in hand like a pocket tricorder. Last July, of course, everyone else joined in, too: at Starbucks, in Central Park, at zoos. It was a fad. It’s also a foreshadowing of what’s probably going to […]

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Facebook is building a ‘village’ of 1,500 apartments

In a few years, families could be living at Facebook. The social media company on Friday revealed its plan to expand its headquarters in Menlo Park, California by building a small village of 1,500 apartments, grocery, retail and office space called the Willow Campus. “Part of our vision is to create a neighborhood center that […]

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T-Mobile ad compares Verizon to extortionist babysitter

 Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. Who will be the first to back down? Or, perhaps, just turn the other cheek and offer a handshake? Not Verizon, whose VP of communications, Jeffrey Nelson, recently suggested that T-Mobile’s service doesn’t work on Thursdays. And not T-Mobile, which in […]

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Elon Musk worries there soon won’t be enough humans

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. Today’s tech emperors insist they’re making the world a better place. Why, then, are they so worried that our planet is on the verge of explosion? Or, perhaps, implosion. On Thursday, Elon Musk was taken to musing about the world’s […]

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How to go downgrade from the iOS 11 beta to iOS 10

Of the iOS public betas I’ve used the past number of years, the iOS 11 public beta feels particularly buggy. Animations are choppy. Graphic elements are often broken. Apps frequently crash. In one particularly frightening episode, my entire photo library disappeared after I took a video (thankfully, it began to restore itself before panic set […]

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