The Bivystick uses satellite technology to send messages from anywhere

The Bivystick is a satellite communicator that allows users to send text messages and GPS coordinates from anywhere, while also keeping their smartphones fully charged, all without a commitment or subscription fee. The post The Bivystick uses satellite technology to send messages from anywhere appeared first on Digital Trends. Source: …

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The future of AI relies on a code of ethics

Facebook has recently come under intense scrutiny for sharing the data of millions of users without their knowledge. We’ve also learned that Facebook is using AI to predict users’ future behavior and selling that data to advertisers. Not surprisingly, Facebook’s business model and how it handles its users’ data has sparked a long-awaited conversation — and …

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Xbox One vs. PS4: Which console is king in 2018?

We pit the Sony PlayStation 4 against Microsoft’s Xbox One in 10 different categories, ranging from apps to controllers, to determine which system is truly worth your hard-earned money. The post Xbox One vs. PS4: Which console is king in 2018? appeared first on Digital Trends. Source: New feed

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Twitter Buys Anti-Abuse Company to Help It Suck Less

Historically, Twitter has done a poor job of protecting its users from incessant abuse and threats. In a bid to curb the rampant harassment on its service, however, Twitter announced today that it’s buying Smyte, a San Francisco-based startup that aimed to help companies curb spam, fraud, and abuse online. Read …

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