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YouTube has an illegal TV streaming problem

“He first noticed the surprisingly high number of illegal TV streaming accounts on his YouTube homepage, which has tailored recommended videos based on his viewing habits” writes Brett Williams for mashable.com. Personalized recommendations aren’t exactly new — but the number of illegal live streams broadcasting copyrighted material on a loop was a shocker.YouTube does its best to make it easy for people to report illegal copyright streams, which could be why the accounts are so often wiped from the site. Source: mashable.com Share This:

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You can now watch tech bring food to your door with a few taps of your smartphone

“DoorDash and Marble joined forces with Jack in the Box to test an innovative new service in our city streets: autonomous robot food delivery” writes Jack In The for mashable.com. Autonomous robots are no longer the stuff of tech enthusiasts’ daydreams or sci-fi movies.As it does, companies like Jack in the Box will work with it to ensure efficient service and innovative dishes for their customers.If the right person to do the job is, in fact, a robot, the delivery details are entered into the robot’s software. Source: mashable.com Share This:

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Apple Rumored to Release LTE-Equipped Apple Watch

“The rumor mill pegged Apple as working on a smartwatch for several years before the Apple Watch finally launched” writes Ryan Whitwam for extremetech.com. Putting LTE in the Apple Watch will mean convincing consumers to sign up for yet another monthly LTE data plan.Even Apple’s eventual Apple Watch launch was only successful compared with other smartwatch makers. Source: extremetech.com Share This:

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Drugs tests in school in Philippines ‘could put students at risk’ amid bloody war

“The safety of Philippine high school and college students could be endangered by government plans to introduce random mandatory drugs tests on campus, Human Rights Watch has warned” writes Nicola Smith for telegraph.co.uk. But the move comes against the backdrop of President Rodrigo Duterte’s year long war on drugs, during which more than 7,000 suspected drug dealers and users have been killed by the police or by vigilante assassins accused of having links to the authorities. At least 21 people were killed in police raids overnight on Tuesday near the…

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Apple And Aetna Teaming Up?  Partnership With Insurance Company Will Bring The Apple Watch To Millions Of Members

“Apple and Aetna have reportedly been discussing a partnership to bring the Apple Watch to the insurance company’s 23 million members” writes Tech Times for techtimes.com. There were no comments or confirmations, however, regarding the possibility of giving Aetna customers Apple Watch discounts.The meetings between Apple and Aetna come as the focus of the Apple Watch is being shifted to health and wellness. Source: techtimes.com Share This:

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Bitcoin Price Watch; Hedging The Decline

“Looking the other way, if we see price break above resistance, we are going to enter a long trade towards 4075” writes unknown author for newsbtc.com. As we noted in this morning’s coverage, we were well overdue a near-term correction in the bitcoin price and so long as wider markets don’t panic and sell off their longer-term holdings in anticipation of a deeper decline, everything will be all right. Source: newsbtc.com Share This:

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Apple Watch Series 3 To Have LTE & Non-LTE Models, Analyst Predicts

“The analysts claims that Apple will still continue to offer 38mm and 42mm case sizes for the Apple Watch Series 3” reports ibtimes.com. An analyst claims that the next Apple Watch will have LTE and non-LTE models.This new piece of information about the Apple Watch Series 3 was first brought up by KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo (via 9To5Mac). Source: ibtimes.com Share This:

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My favourite home security system just got better — and Canary is now the coolest ‘feature’ in my house

“As a neurotic homeowner, the Canary smart home security system was probably one of the better things to happen to me” writes Matt Weinberger for businessinsider.com.au. The caveat is that you need a Canary membership, normally priced at $US10/month or $US120/year, to take advantage of the intercom and web app features. Source: businessinsider.com.au Share This:

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