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New York Times
Global Ransomware Attack: What We Know and Don't Know
New York Times
A screenshot of what appeared to be the ransomware affecting systems worldwide on Tuesday. The Ukrainian government posted the shot to its official Facebook page. A quickly spreading ransomware attack is hitting countries across the world including ...
The massive 'Petya' cyberattack has hit 64 countries so far and there's no kill switch this timeBusiness Insider
'Petya' ransomware: All you need to know about the cyberattack and how to tell if you're at riskCNBC
Petya: The poison behind the latest ransomware attackZDNet
BBC News -Android Headlines -The Guardian -Irish Times
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Google's Big EU Fine Isn't Just About the Money
Margrethe Vestager, the European Union antitrust chief, addresses a press conference on an antitrust case against US search engine Google at the European Commission in Brussels, on June 27, 2017. Georges Boulougouris/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images.
The Morning After: Wednesday, June 28th 2017Engadget

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The Verge
8 tips for being productive on the iPad with iOS 10
The Verge
In my review of the iPad Pro 10.5, I said that most people should probably wait until all the productivity improvements coming in iOS 11 are available before buying one. But you didn't wait, did you, you maniac? You went out and bought one, and are now ...
Apple Stops Signing iOS 10.3.1Mac Rumors
Buttons on the iPhone 2020 won't disappear entirely.Mashable
The 13 biggest ways your iPhone will change after you install the new test version of iOSBusiness Insider
CNET -BGR -Digital Trends -Forbes
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Los Angeles Times
Facebook now has 2 billion monthly users… and responsibility
“We're getting to a size where it's worth really taking a careful look at what are all the things that we can do to make social media the most positive force for good possible,” Facebook Chief Product Officer Chris Cox told TechCrunch about the company ...
Mark Zuckerberg: 2 Billion Users Means Facebook's 'Responsibility Is Expanding'Forbes
2 billion people now use Facebook each month, CEO Mark Zuckerberg saysCNBC
Facebook crosses 2 billion monthly usersThe Verge
New York Times -Phone Arena -PR Newswire (press release) -Android Police
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The Verge
New under-display fingerprint sensor is slow but promising
The Verge
Now that edge-to-edge displays are commonplace on smartphones, the new holy grail for mobile engineering is the creation of the under-display fingerprint sensor. Not under glass — that's easy — but under the thickness of the glass plus display ...
Vivo Unveils Screen-Embedded Fingerprint Sensor Technology at MWC2017 ShanghaiMac Rumors
Qualcomm demos under-display ultrasonic fingerprint sensor destined for mobile in 2018AppleInsider (press release) (blog)
Qualcomm's New Fingerprint Sensors Go Through Metal, Glass And DisplaysForbes
Engadget -CNET -BGR -9to5Mac
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Ars Technica
Samsung's fiery Galaxy Note 7 to rise from the ashes as the “Fandom Edition”
Ars Technica
There have been whispers for some time that Samsung is planning to resurrect the fallen Galaxy Note 7, and now the ever-reliable Wall Street Journal has come out with a report detailing Samsung's plan. The existing, non-exploded Note 7 carcasses will ...
Verizon Updates Galaxy Tab S2 (2015) To Android NougatAndroid Headlines
Samsung Shows Off Isocell Dual Camera SystemUbergizmo

Windows 10: Big update plus Microsoft tests 'staggered' release on Insiders
The new Windows 10 update process that Microsoft is testing means updates become available to various groups in stages. Image: Microsoft. Microsoft yesterday released a huge non-security update for Windows 10 systems and announced a new update ...
Microsoft Updates the Shipping Versions of Windows 10, (blog)
20 pro tips to make Windows 10 work the way you wantTechRepublic
Microsoft's next big Windows update will use AI to fight malwareEngadget
Ubergizmo -The Verge -Windows Blog -The Register
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