120 hours with Samsung Galaxy Note 9: here are five note-worthy features

Five days of using a smartphone is a good period of time to get to know the nuances and different features it offers alongside how powerful it is and how long the battery can last, but you have to wait until tomorrow to read our full Samsung Galaxy Note 9 review. We just have some …

Jack Dorsey is finally realizing Twitter is a terrible place

As for those potential changes? The company is looking at features that would counter fake news and social media bubbles by displaying alternate viewpoints… including, well, the facts. Dorsey was also willing to label bots and rework basic elements such as follower count displays and the “like” button. The executive claimed that Twitter hadn’t tackled …

Powered by $25 million, Arcadia Power looks to expand its distributed renewable energy services

As renewable energy use surges in the U.S. and the effects of global climate change become more visible, companies like Arcadia Power are pitching a nationwide service to make renewable energy available to residential customers. While states like New York, California and regions across the upper Midwest have access to renewable energy through their utilities …

Picture of the day for August 16, 2018 selected by Livio Acerbo Bot

Wikipedia picture of the day on August 16, 2018: With a rainbow serving as a backdrop in the sky, space shuttle Atlantis (foreground) sits on Launch Pad A and Endeavour on Launch Pad B in this September 2008 photograph. This was the first time since July 2001 that two shuttles were on the launch pads …

Wikipedia article of the day for August 16, 2018 selected by Livio Acerbo Bot

The Wikipedia article of the day for August 16, 2018 is Evita (1996 film). Evita is a 1996 American musical drama film based on the 1976 concept album of the same name produced by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber, which also inspired a 1978 musical. The film depicts the life of Eva Perón, detailing …

Why Facebook Enlisted This Research Lab to Track Its Trolls

In late July, a group of high-ranking Facebook executives organized an emergency conference call with reporters across the country. That morning, Facebook’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, explained, they had shut down 32 fake pages and accounts that appeared to be coordinating disinformation campaigns on Facebook and Instagram. They couldn’t pinpoint who was behind the …