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ProtonMail will use encryption to lock down your contacts list

ProtonMail will use encryption to lock down your contacts list

About a year and a half ago, ProtonMail opened up its previously invite-only beta encrypted email service to the public, along with a couple of mobile apps. A couple of months ago, ProtonMail created a free tier for its VPN service, too. Now the comp…

Google voice recognition could transcribe doctor visits

Doctors work long hours, and a disturbingly large part of that is documenting patient visits — one study indicates that they spend 6 hours of an 11-hour day making sure their records are up to snuff. But how do you streamline that work without hiri…

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Ten years on: Seedcamp outs new £41M seed fund and says it’s ready to invest in tokens

 The London-based VC firm recently sold its first two funds to Draper Esprit, and today is announcing the first close of a new £41 million fund, double the size of its last. This year the VC is also celebrating its 10 year anniversary. Read More

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New York attorney general slams the FCC for ignoring net neutrality comments investigation

 If the FCC’s refusal to acknowledge the vast public outcry against its plan to gut net neutrality isn’t enough of an outrage, its total disinterest in investigating how that same comment system may have been gamed by fake users posing as real Americans adds a bit more insult to injury. Suspicions arose earlier this year that […]

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This adorable Google Doodle is an ode to kimchi

Eat a whole jar to yourself today, kimchi fiends. It’s “Kimchi Day” in Korea, so Google’s published a Doodle dedicated to the ingredients that go into making the tangy fermented treat. SEE ALSO: New Google Doodle is a colourful celebration of Selena Quintanilla’s life You can spot the essentials in the Doodle: cabbage, red pepper […]

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Cher nails the net neutrality debate in one excellent tweet

Cher ain’t got time for anything threatening a free and open internet. The Federal Communications Commission plans to repeal net neutrality rules instilled by the Obama administration, with widespread concerns that the move will end the internet as we know it. SEE ALSO: Mamma Mia! Cher is joining the musical sequel Net neutrality rules ensure […]

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Live-action Pokémon movie lands its lead actor

We're one step closer to finding out what a live-action Pokémon film looks like. Legendary Pictures has already nabbed writers for its Detective Pikachu movie (in the form of Guardians of the Galaxy scribe Nicole Perlman and Gravity Falls penm…

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Backstreet Boys' Nick Carter accused of sexual assault by former teen pop star

Nick Carter is the latest in a long list of men in Hollywood accused of sexual assault. Melissa Schuman, formerly of the pop group Dream, accused the Backstreet Boys singer of raping her when she was 18 and he was 22.  Dream became popular in the early 2000s with songs including “He Loves U Not” […]

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Google Shopping is becoming a lot like browsing on Amazon

Google Shopping is getting some new tricks ahead of the busiest retail season of the year. Specifically, when you're looking for a coffee grinder or pair of headphones, now Google will populate search results with buying guides from editorial publica…

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'The Last Jedi' will explore how female bosses are treated in the workplace

From her photos, we already knew Laura Dern’s new character in Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Resistance Vice-Admiral Amilyn Holdo, was unusual for the franchise. In her well-coiffed violet hair and elegant matching gown, she’s unlike anyone the galaxy far, far away has shown us before. But now we know her story arc will, like […]

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