Twitter has removed 125,000 terrorism accounts to fight ISIS

Feb 06

As extremist groups are becoming more vigilant about taking their recruiting efforts and propaganda campaigns online, companies like Twitter are often left to police its platform for suspected terrorist activity, a monumental task considering the size of its userbase. For the first time publicly, Twitter today revealed the scale at which terrorists — or suspected...

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Parrot wants to 3D print your designs, pay you in drones

Feb 06

Drone company, Parrot, is calling on the crowd to create some really cool 3D printed accessories for its latest quadcopters, the Minidrone and Bebop. Designers have the opportunity to create unique and exciting accessories for the drones that Parrot could then sell in its store, while paying you royalties. The winners of the contest will also receive $2,000...

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Amazon adds the ability to order an Uber from Echo

Feb 06

Today, Uber announced the ability to order a ride with just your voice, assuming you have an Amazon Echo, that is. Using the Uber API and the brains behind the Echo, Alexa, users can now use the Amazon device to snag a ride with Uber or UberX. To get started, just blurt out any of these commands: Other variations are said to work as well. To test this out on your...

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Check out our Honor 5X video review

Feb 06

The Honor 5X is surely a widely talked about phone. Especially with the company’s first US-bound smartphone hitting the virtual shelves at the end of last month. The Honor 5X is a #NoNonsense smartphone with flagship-level features, all for $200 unlocked. The Honor 5X has a 5.5 inch 1080p LCD IPS display, a fast fingerprint scanner, a hefty 3000mAh battery, a 13MP...

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