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Twitter now supports two-factor authentication apps, here's how to use them

If you wanted to lock down your Twitter account and make it harder for hackers to break in, you’d either have to turn on SMS-based two-factor authentication (2FA) or generate a one-time login code. 50 more words

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Facebook's new design for comments shows they don't understand what conversations are

Facebook, the world’s largest communication platform, doesn’t appear to understand what “conversation” means.

The tech giant strives to “connect the world” and enable people to “share what matters to them.” And, with the platform expecting to reach  718 more words

Yahoo renamed 'Altaba' as CEO Marissa Mayer resigns

It’s the end of an era: Yahoo as we know it is no more. While we already knew most of the venerable company was being sold to Verizon – a $4.8 billion purchase – the remainder of company today announced that it’s renaming itself to ‘Altaba,’ according to TechCrunch. 36 more words

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Self-Driving Cars Will Fill the Streets With RATS, Zipcar Co-founder Says

What is Seamless, really? Is it the crown jewel of urban convenience or a slow growing parasite that threatens what’s best about America’s return to cities? 967 more words


Buffer Has Shifted to Building a Company Rather Than a Product

Buffer co-founder Leo Widrich showed a big team photo at the end of his talk at The Next Web conference in New York’s Red Hook. It said “This is it” above it, which he said was one of his favorite Zen phrases, a way of remembering that we have nothing more than this moment. 356 more words


Apple may kill the headphone jack on the MacBook Pro

By Mix

Apple might be going all-in with the wireless revolution as the company is now allegedly considering killing the headphone jack on the MacBook Pro. 110 more words


Google wants to show you inside 10 Downing Street

By Matthew Hughes

For all of my life, there’s been something secretive and distant about 10 Downing Street – the official residence of the Prime Minister and the headquarters of the British Government. 102 more words