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If you want the fastest data speeds, get a new Android, not an iPhone

Apple's iPhone X is one of the most advanced smartphones you can buy, successfully combining an edge-to-edge display, best-in-class cameras, fast performance, and a secure operating system into a stunning glass and metal sandwich. But for all of the
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Voters' data was left exposed online because of course it was

Sure, our ballot may be secret. But our voter data? Yeah, not so much. Our most recent reminder of this disconcerting truth: Bob Diachenko, a self-described cybersecurity enthusiast who works for an IT development firm, discovered an online database
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Apple iCloud data in China now stored by state-owned company

A state-owned telecommunications company in China now stores the iCloud data for Apple’s China-based users. This is really bad news for dissidents and critics of the government. In February, Apple caused an uproar when it announced it would be
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T-Mobile beefs up its unlimited data plans with 70 more countries covered

The wireless carrier wars are continuing to heat up, this time internationally. Today, T-Mobile announced it's expanding it’s Unlimited plan benefits by adding 70 more countries where customers get unlimited data (albeit slow 2G data speeds).
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Are You Overlooking the HR Research That’s Already Out There?

Most of the useful data crunching in HR occurred long before the term analytics graced the booths of every darned vendor in the trade shows. That work was done by trained scientists in universities and subject to peer review. It...
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Google search data shows just how horrible the year 2017 really was

2017 was a very bad year, and Google's here to remind us of that.  The tech giant released a list and "Year in Search 2017" video detailing all of 2017's highest-trending searches, which, as you may have guessed are all fairly grim.  SEE
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New Tools? New Rules! Why Ethical Data Use Will Win The Day

I invited Ron Lunde to continue to share some of his insights concerning brand/retailer and consumer relationships in today’s and tomorrow’s markets. Ron has career experience as a senior executive in wholesale and retail as well as a
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Making the EPFO data useful

From: Buisness-standard By Mahesh Vyas Recommended by: business-standard Data releases from the EPFO tell us that registrations for formal jobs have been growing very well. As an aside, the new de facto definition of a formal job
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Drug users think they've finally found a good use for Fitbits

Drugs can be bad. But data? That's some good shit. The most ingenious of consumers, the illicit substance user, has finally found what they claim to be a practical (albeit potentially dangerous) use for Fitbit health trackers — and it's just

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