Lately, many people have wondered why some iOS apps were so huge. I asked myself this question and analyzed the Facebook application for iOS v. 66.0 in 2016 and v. 87.0 in 2017. In this article, I dissect the Nest app (5.30.5) for iOS released on 29.11.2018. There has been quite some speculations about this
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SEEKING WORK – Remote OK Skills: Digital product designer (UI/UX) I’m Sven, a freelance UI/UX designer based in Brussels, Belgium. I primarily work with early-stage start-ups in the US. I’ve assisted Techstars companies with their initial product designs, as well as support design teams while building their products. My background is in product management, hence
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My journey into Big Data began in May 2018. I’ve been a Software Engineer for over a decade, being both hands on and leading the development of some of Sky Betting & Gaming’s biggest products and the services that underpin them. During this time I’ve learned a lot about how to build and operate applications
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Oweynagat cave is a place of both birth and death. An unimposing gash in the ancient misty hills of north-western Ireland, it is said to be the entrance to the underworld where fairies and demons lure mortals to their doom, and the sacred birthplace of a warrior queen. For thousands of years, the Irish have
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Today, we’re incredibly excited to announce that our application for a European banking licence has been approved by the European Central Bank. As you can imagine, this is a pretty huge milestone for us. This licence will help us towards our goal to build an account where you can manage every aspect of your financial
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Senior Java software developer | Amsterdam | REMOTE | FULL TIME Wizenoze is looking for an experienced Java software developer for remote work within 2hrs of Amsterdam time zone. You’ll get to work with interesting tech, difficult challenges, and brilliant people. Background in RESTful services, Spring, SQL/JPA, Elasticsearch, AWS, etc. beneficial. https://www.wizenoze.com/2018/12/13/senior-java-software-dev…
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After 38 years of marriage, I thought I knew my spouse. Then I got an email from the personalized genomics company 23AndMe with the subject line, “You have new DNA relatives.” Which is how I discovered that my husband Marc and I are related through more than mere marriage. We’re third cousins. When we finally
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Darwinian data structure selection December 14, 2018 tags: Programming Darwinian data structure selection Basios et al., FSE’18 GraphIt may have caught your attention for the success of its approach, but I suspect for many readers it’s not something you’ll be immediately applying. Darwinian Data Structures (DDSs) on the other hand looks to be of immediate interest
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1. Contents By: Justin Meiners & Ryan Pendleton Introduction LC-3 Architecture Assembly Examples Executing Programs Implementing Instructions Instruction Cheat Sheet Trap Routines Trap Routine Cheat Sheet Loading Programs Memory Mapped Registers Platform Details Running the VM Alternate C++ Technique 2. Introduction In this tutorial, I will teach you how to write your own virtual machine
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Abstract Objective To determine if using a parachute prevents death or major traumatic injury when jumping from an aircraft. Design Randomized controlled trial. Setting Private or commercial aircraft between September 2017 and August 2018. Participants 92 aircraft passengers aged 18 and over were screened for participation. 23 agreed to be enrolled and were randomized. Intervention
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13 Dec 2018 [embedded content] That’s not a typo—today we’re shipping Bootstrap 3.4.0, a long overdue update to address some quality of life issues, XSS fixes, and build tooling updates to make it easier for us, and you, to develop. While we’d planned for ages to do a fresh v3.x update, we lost steam as
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All parties have their awkward moments, but navigating yourself in a room of co-workers with an open bar feels especially high-stakes. Here are some tips for how to talk to everyone from your boss to your intern so that you can return to work on Monday morning, head held high. It’s possible you have a
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In 2018 and beyond, it’s safe to assume that there’s at least one company watching everything you do on the internet at all times, poised to profit from that data. Yes, that includes porn. A recent report from Quartz profiled PornHub and its parent company, data analysis firm MindGeek. Though nothing on MindGeek’s website references
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It’s too much to expect that you never argue with your lover, spouse, or partner in romantic crime. Here’s how you can make that argument more of a productive discussion than a constant stream of bickering. First and foremost, understand that when you’re in a fight, especially with someone you care about, your mind isn’t
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Photo: Getty Best of LifehackerWhether we’ve made a complicated recipe absurdly simple, illustrated how to survive a natural disaster, or explained a political crisis in terms even your great-grandma would understand, these are some of our favorite stories from the past year.   Lifehacker readers are nothing if not practical. According to our traffic logs, in
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On Monday, we asked you to nominate your choice for the very best work mouse, and, now, you get to vote on the top 3 nominees. Of course, the comments section is open and ready for debate, and we can’t wait to hear your arguments for and against the three contenders. What’s The Best Work
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One of the great things about living during such a technologically robust time is that our kids benefit from the ease and immediacy with which they can contact Santa. They don’t have to wait in long, winding mall lines for a brief moment of his time. They don’t have to learn how to read and
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Image: Saturday Night Live Tonight is the company holiday party. Don’t fuck it up. You’ve got a “fun” outfit to change into stashed under your desk even though you’re not totally sure why you’re dressing up for these people you see every day and truth be told don’t really like. No matter! ’Tis the season
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Best of LifehackerWhether we’ve made a complicated recipe absurdly simple, illustrated how to survive a natural disaster, or explained a political crisis in terms even your great-grandma would understand, these are some of our favorite stories from the past year.   Besides telling you how to hack your life, we here at Lifehacker love to help
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Rescale is a hyper-growth company, growing 30% every month, working with the world’s transformative executives, IT leaders, engineers, and scientists to securely manage product innovation to be first to market. Rescale is the leader in enterprise big compute in the cloud, has over 125 Global 2000 enterprise customers including 4 of top 5 largest global
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TrueVault is the first data security company entirely focused on protecting consumers’ Personal Data for enterprises. TrueVault decouples consumer identity from consumer behavior to eliminate data security risks and compliance liabilities, giving companies only the data they need. As organizations collect and store more data to drive their businesses forward, they are simultaneously increasing their risk and liability.
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Frustrated by managing your SDR team using someone else’s playbook? Here’s your chance to build your own team from scratch and write your own playbook! We’re a small fast growing team tackling the absolutely massive mortgage market. We’re bringing modern, elegant software to a field that still relies on fax machines and manila envelopes. We
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Y Combinator’s mission is to maximize innovation in the world. We do this by funding startups and helping them succeed. While we’re known for our 3-month core program, we’ve recently expanded our efforts with Startup School, Work at a Startup, and Bookface. All of which are supported by public-facing software. These programs are all doing
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My passion for fashion and sustainability led me 6 years ago to found and create what I believe will be an industry transforming business. We have great momentum, some of the best investors and thousands of users that love to rent and lend clothing on a daily basis. I am looking for someone who is
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Luxor-inspired strange art in Julia Generate cool random strange art using Julia and Lexor This is a derivative work from the Luxor strange example. To run, first edit the makestrange.jl file and fiddle with the parameters. Then run the program from the command line. The output is n files sequentially numbered along with a json
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For a long time I didn’t know that even writing commit message can have its own “best practices”. When I got in touch with git for the first time, this part was described with words like “…and here you can write something short about what’s going on in the commit”. Bad commit messages Look at
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Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. This morning, we’re stepping back to the ’80s with some special-edition Pumas, while Tesla’s Navigate on Autopilot shows off the future of commuting. LG is kicking off the CES flood with a brewing machine and pair of new laptops, and it’s time to crown 2018’s best smartphone camera. The
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A village street in Bamfurlong, Gloucestershire, has been named as the slowest for broadband internet, according to an annual survey. The study said homes on Greenmeadows Park averaged just 0.14 megabits per second (Mbps). The fastest spot, by contrast, is said to offer speeds that are nearly 1,900 times faster. It was named as Abdon
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Kyle Grillot / Reuters Tesla wants Martin Tripp to pay up big time — it’s seeking a whopping $167 million from the former employee, which company chief Elon Musk once called a saboteur. The electric vehicle maker filed a lawsuit against Tripp earlier this year, accusing the former employee of stealing gigabytes’ worth of proprietary
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Shares in Dixons Carphone have tumbled by 14% after the retailer wrote down the value of its mobile business, Carphone Warehouse. The retailer, which also owns Currys PC World, posted a loss of £440m for the six months to 27 October – down from profit of £54m a year ago. But it said underlying sales
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Akshay Bakshi/Twitter As promised, Office 365 is ready to wring more out of macOS Mojave. Microsoft has updated the Mac version of its subscription productivity suite with several helpful features, two of which are tied to Apple’s latest software. The obvious one is Dark Mode support — you won’t strain your eyes quite so badly
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What is a 100 pages book? 25,000 words. If you write 200 words every day, it will take you 125 days to have enough content. Of course I am not taking into account editing, reviewing, and actually publishing the piece. Instead, I want you to picture this simple idea: it is realistic to publish an
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Prykhodov via Getty Images As is the annual tradition, Google has released its list of top trending searches for the year. If 2018 was dominated by anything, it was untimely and unexpected celebrity deaths. The top 10 trending searches included DJ and musician Avicii, rapper Mac Miller, legendary comics creator Stan Lee, celebrity chef Anthony
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India has 22 official languages, which often presents a challenge for businesses that want to scale across the entire country. Video-sharing app Roposo, however, uses that to its advantage by offering content in several different regional languages. Based in Gurgaon, Roposo announced today that it has raised a $10 million Series C from returning investors
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Software Engineer (Front End) Job description One Codex is a data platform for microbial genomics. You’ll join a technical, experienced (and profitable!) team working on meaningful problems that range from infectious disease diagnostics to outbreak epidemiology to improving our understanding of the microbiome. We work with top researchers, medical institutions, biotechs, and have processed samples from
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A technology company bidding for a Pentagon contract to store sensitive data has close partnerships with a firm linked to a sanctioned Russian oligarch, the BBC has learned. The Jedi project, a huge cyber-cloud which could ultimately store nuclear codes, has already sparked security fears. Viktor Vekselberg, who is close to the Kremlin, has links
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bhyve is a hypervisor/virtual machine manager developed on FreeBSD. xhyve is port of bhyve to OS X. It is built on top of Hypervisor.framework in OS X 10.10 Yosemite and higher, runs entirely in userspace, and has no other dependencies. I usually use MacPorts, but ran into trouble with xhyve, so this morning I tried
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Running a website in the early years of the web was a scary business. The web was an evolving medium, and people were finding new uses for it almost every day. From book stores to online auctions, the web was an expanding universe of new possibilities. As the web evolved, so too did the knowledge
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AP Photo/Andy Wong NSA official Rob Joyce told guests at a Wall Street Journal security conference that hacking-related Chinese activity had been climbing in recent months. He was concerned the country was “prepositioning” itself to attack “critical infrastructure” such as energy, health care, finance and transportation. China’s hacking as of late has revolved around spying
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Indonesia-based e-commerce firm Tokopedia is the latest startup to enter the Vision Fund after it raised $1.1 billion Series G round led by the SoftBank megafund and Alibaba. SoftBank and Alibaba are existing investors in the business — the Chinese e-commerce giant led a $1.1 billion round last year, while SoftBank recently transitioned its shareholding
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Two days ago, Canadian police arrested the chief financial officer of Huawei, Meng Wanzhou, following an extradition request by the United States government. Wanzhou was arrested for allegedly covering up Huawei’s links to a company that tried to sell equipment to Iran — a country under trade sanctions by the United States. Due to Huawei
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Serverless is the latest innovation in cloud computing that promises to alter the cost-benefit equation for enterprises. As our CEO, Sid Sijbrandij says, “All roads lead to compute.” There is a race among providers to acquire as many workloads from enterprises as possible, at the cheapest cost. The latter is where serverless comes in: serverless
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The for-profit college chain Education Corporation of America said this week that it would shut down nearly all of its schools, leaving almost 20,000 students with partially completed degrees and credits that many other schools will not accept. The company, based in Birmingham, Ala., operated more than 70 vocationally focused campuses nationwide before losing its
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WASHINGTON — The cyberattack on the Marriott hotel chain that collected personal details of roughly 500 million guests was part of a Chinese intelligence-gathering effort that also hacked health insurers and the security clearance files of millions more Americans, according to two people briefed on the investigation. The hackers, they said, are suspected of working
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Instagram has placed more hashtags which could promote eating disorders on an “unsearchable” list after a BBC investigation found that users were finding ways around the platform’s filters. The photo-sharing network has also added health warnings to several alternative spellings or terms which reference eating disorders, some of which are popular hashtags on the platform.
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Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images Tensions remain high over the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou for alleged Iran sanction violations, but Canada just offered a tiny olive branch. A British Columbia Supreme Court justice has granted Meng bail after her attorney and family made a case for her conditional release. She’s paying $10 million CAD ($7
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“Meghan Markle” was the most searched-for person’s name for the second year running on Google’s UK search service. But the Duchess of Sussex came second to the overall winner of the most queried term – “World Cup” – in the company’s search trends review for 2018. “Royal wedding” and “royal baby” were the top two
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In a disappointing year for female-founded startups — at least those looking to raise venture capital — The Riveter not only closed its first institutional funding round, but it’s today announcing a $15 million Series A funding, bringing its total backing to $20.5 million. The Seattle-based co-working startup, led by co-founder and chief executive Amy Nelson
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Mark Stone/University of Washington Farmers can use drones to monitor their fields, but they have their limits when they can rarely fly for more than 20 to 30 minutes at a time. University of Washington researchers might have a smarter way: recruit some insect friends. They’ve developed sensor backpacks that are light enough (about 0.0035
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Best Deals of the DayThe best deals from around the web, updated daily.    We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today. Tuesday’s Best Deals: MacBook, Instant Pot, Boogie Board, and More On-sale MacBooks, Jabra wireless earbuds, and a KitchenAid stand mixer and
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We are deep in what may be the most stressful time of the year—and that’s for people who like the holidays. The travel, the expense, the family dynamics: end of the year celebrations can make a Grinch out of anyone. Here’s how you can get into the holiday spirit without being taught a lesson by
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The Android faithful will know that Andrew Bell’s Dead Zebra has long made various Android vinyl figures. They look like businessmen, skeletons, astronauts, and all kinds of neat stuff. Never before has there been a holiday ornament version, though. Dead Zebra will sell you a special edition Android mini ornament tomorrow (December 12). The ornament Android comes
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Uber has reportedly picked Morgan Stanley to lead its upcoming initial public offering, news of which became public last week when the ride-hailing giant filed confidentially with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an IPO expected in the first quarter of 2019. Uber’s choice, first reported by Bloomberg, comes after a months-long bidding war, of sorts,
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Image: Pexels Krispy Kreme is making it a little easier to spread the holiday cheer around your office tomorrow, by offering a dozen of its original glazed doughnuts for just a buck. Wednesday is Krispy Kreme’s annual ‘Day of the Dozens.” To celebrate 12/12 (get it?), the company is offering a dozen doughnuts for a
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Image: Courtesy of the Podglomerate As a parent raising a kid in The Time of the Screens, I am often trying to strike that balance between allowing him to explore age-appropriate technology while also determining how much is too much. Just last night, as we were leaving my son’s karate class, he began complaining that
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Google CEO Sundar Pichai admitted today that YouTube needs to do better in dealing with conspiracy content on its site that can lead to real world violence. During his testimony on Tuesday before the House Judiciary Committee, the exec was questioned on how YouTube handles extremist content which promote conspiracy theories like Pizzagate and, more recently,
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What’s your favorite mental hack? How do you trick your dumb human brain into doing its job right? Hacker News, a forum for people too nerdy for Reddit, traded their favorite tricks in a thread started by simonswords82. Here are the best. Simon names a few tricks used by the chairman of their corporate board.
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TechCrunch Startup Battlefield Africa just finished in Lagos, Nigeria, where 15 companies took the stage for the chance of winning the $25,000 equity-free grand prize, a trip for two to TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2019 and the coveted title of “Africa’s Favorite Startup.” The winner of the event was M-SCAN from Uganda, which develops portable
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It’s an ad duoply battle. Facebook is starting to test search ads in its search bar and Marketplace, directly competing with Google’s AdWords. Facebook first tried Sponsored Results back in 2012 but eventually shut down the product. Now it’s going to let a small set of automotive, retail, and ecommerce industry advertisers show users in
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Videos! They’re like articles that come alive. Everyone loves ‘em, and we made a whole bunch this year. These are our best videos from 2018. What to Do if You’re Too High Are you totally freaking out right now? Well then here’s the best advice on how to come down from a wicked trip. Advertisement
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Today, upon logging onto Slack, I was greeted with a horror story. Last night, our dear managing editor, Virginia, was making a lentil soup recipe from [redacted], only to find it called for a paltry 1/4 teaspoon of salt. “Reader, it was bland,” she told us, to which A.A. Newton replied “I’m going to scream,”
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Amazon has sacked workers it believes had been misusing internal data on high-selling products, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reports. Amazon reportedly believed the staff, in India, China and the US, had abused their access to an internal database. And some USB ports on desktop computers had since been disabled so no further data could
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How do other dating apps compete with Tinder? By further distancing themselves from Tinder’s “hot-or-not” user interface design to focus on differentiating features — like conversation starters, commenting and richer profiles. Today, another anti-Tinder app is doing the same. On the heels of its $12 million Series B announced earlier this year, the oddly named
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French startup Lydia announced a partnership with Banque Casino today for small credit lines. Starting tomorrow, Lydia users in France will be able to borrow as much as €1,000 in just a few seconds. While Lydia started as a peer-to-peer money transferring app, fintech startups always end up offering credit at some point. It’s hard
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Media playback is unsupported on your device Google chief Sundar Pichai has faced accusations of political bias from US politicians. Mr Pichai was being quizzed by members of the House Judiciary Committee about the way his tech firm runs it business. Google was accused of having “programmed” bias against conservative views into its algorithms. Mr
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In the latest instalment of VC revolving doors, Carolina Brochado, a Partner at European venture capital firm Atomico, is joining Softbank’s Vision Fund. According to sources, Brochado informed Atomico portfolio companies earlier this week that she was joining Softbank where she’ll be based at the mega-fund‘s London office. Noteworthy, Brochado came to prominence in the
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Apple’s mobile payment technology has finally launched in Germany, some four years after it debuted in the U.S. On its newly launched Apple Pay website for Germany, Apple lists partner banks and credit card companies at launch, with customers from the likes of Deutsche Bank, O2 Banking, N26, Comdirect, HypoVerensbank, Bunq and Boon able to tap
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Engineering Manager / Sr. Engineering Manager – ClearTax – Career Page Welcome to ClearTax Careers! At ClearTax, we are building India’s largest  fintech platform to enable consumers simplify their financial lives right from compliance, investments and other financial needs. With a loyal customer base of 2 million tax filing individuals already, we are all set
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Many customers who experience fixed broadband or landline loss will soon automatically receive compensation. The £8-per-day deal follows a new agreement between Openreach and five of the UK’s internet service providers. It will apply only when the fault takes longer than two days to fix. If an engineer does not arrive on schedule, or cancels
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French VC firm Hardware Club just announced the final closing of its first fund. The firm will invest $50 million in total in hardware startups (as the name suggests). Hardware Club first started as a community of hardware startups sharing knowledge, tips and contacts in the hardware community. If you’re launching a hardware product, chances
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As traditional broadcasting channels lose ground to emerging competitors, all signs point to over the top services as the future of streaming television. The $46.5 billion in revenue that OTT channels earned over the course of 2017 is projected to grow to $83.4 billion by 2022, and OTT growth is second only to virtual reality in the media industry. Of
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Voyager 2, the multi-planetary exploratory probe launched in 1977, has finally entered interstellar space, some six years after its twin, Voyager 1, did the same. It’s now about 11 billion miles from Earth, the second-farthest-out human-made object in space. Interstellar space starts where the sun’s “heliosphere” ends — the big ball of radiation and plasma
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You’d think Facebook would be faster at copying itself. Five years after Facebook Messenger took a cue from WhatsApp and Voxer to launch voice messaging, and four months after TechCrunch reported Instagram was testing its own walkie talkie feature, voice messaging is rolling out globally on Instagram Direct today. Users can hold down the microphone
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API platform Kong, which you may remember under its previous name of Mashape, is launching its new Kong Cloud service today. Kong Cloud is the company’s fully managed platform for securing, connecting and orchestrating APIs. Enterprises can deploy it to virtually any major cloud platform, including AWS, Azure and Google Cloud, and Kong will handle
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Trello, the organization tool owned by Atlassian, announced an acquisition of its very own this morning when it bought Butler, an plug-in for an undisclosed amount. What Butler brings to Trello is the power of automation, stringing together a bunch of commands to make something complex happen automatically. As Trello’s Michael Pryor pointed out in
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The emergence of latest technology and use of remote devices in every field of life has changed how  businesses tend to their marketing needs. Instead of printing an advertisement in newspaper, business marketers are more likely to utilize social media marketing. This is as a direct result of people, customer’s and clients that reach out
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I’m heading back to Europe to run a pitch-off in Wroclaw and Warsaw, Poland. Are you ready? The Wroclaw event, called In-Ference, is happening on December 17 and you can submit to pitch here. The team will notify you if you have been chosen. The winner will receive a table at TC Disrupt in San Francisco.
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Verve, the word-of-mouth selling platform, has acquired Campus Vacations, a provider of “unforgettable” travel experiences to students across North America. The thinking behind the acquisition is to increase Verve’s market share and competitive positioning in the North America and Canada markets. Specifically, Verse says it will provide the company with an entrance into the ski
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Waggel, a new ‘insurtech’ startup in the U.K., is officially launching today to offer what it describes as “fully digital” pet insurance. Founded by Andrew Leal, and Ross Fretten (a contestant of The Apprentice 2017), the company wants to offer more transparent cover for your pet, where you’ll know exactly how much you’re paying and
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Our Creative Team functions as an in-house agency.  We are experts in Product Design, Social Media, Marketing and Packaging Design that bring the Faire brand to life, from sketches to product launch.   About Faire Faire is an innovative online marketplace that uses machine learning to match local retailers with the makers of products that uniquely
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Other Google Assistant smart displays look better or sound better — and LG’s costs more, for some reason. Check out the First Look from CES 2018: Lenovo Smart Display: A Google Home with a touchscreen https://youtu.be/8yjyS43NfFA Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet Follow
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Jeff and Alfred sit down for a gameplay session of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate while discussing what’s new with the game. Alfred breaks down Super Smash Brothers Ultimate: https://youtu.be/h9RxD1PkVP8 Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cnet Follow us on
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Inside China’s audacious global propaganda campaign The long read Inside China’s audacious global propaganda campaign Beijing is buying up media outlets and training scores of foreign journalists to ‘tell China’s story well’ – as part of a worldwide propaganda campaign of astonishing scope and ambition. By Louisa Lim and Julia Bergin As they sifted through
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Newly released court documents show that Monsanto has been accused of using third-parties to hire an army of internet trolls to post positive comments on websites and social media about Monsanto, its chemicals and GMOs, and downplay the potential safety risks surrounding the company’s popular glyphosate herbicide. The unsealed court documents are from the ongoing Monsanto
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When the hell did building a house become so complicated? Don’t let the folks on HGTV fool you. The process of building a home nowadays is incredibly painful. Just applying for the necessary permits can be a soul-crushing undertaking that’ll have you running around the city, filling out useless forms, and waiting in motionless lines
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An encampment of homeless people outside Minneapolis, which just passed an ambitious zoning plan aimed at building more affordable housing throughout the city. Jim Mone/AP The ambitious Minneapolis 2040 plan will encourage more dense housing development in single-family neighborhoods. On Friday, the Minneapolis City Council voted to support a comprehensive plan promising sweeping changes to
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SEEKING WORK Remote: yes Location: Karachi, Pakistan I am looking for interesting and challenging part-time/contract work or gigs. Ideally in Python or PHP and made automation/scraping tools or web apps. Also worked in middle-tier/backend tools. My details are given below: My product(ScrapeUp):- http://bit.ly/2Ekl8h6 Profile:- http://adnansiddiqi.me Blog:- http://blog.adnansiddiqi.me Contact: kadnan @ gmail.com Thanks
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Photo: Matt Cardy/Getty Images Burger King is running an interesting deal on its iconic Whopper sandwich right now. You can get one for just a penny — provided you’re willing to order it from McDonald’s. At first glance, this sounds like something that’s going to be obnoxious to execute and not really worth it, but
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Truss | Software Engineer, Infrastructure Engineer, Delivery Manager, Product Manager, User Experience Designer | San Francisco or REMOTE / DISTRIBUTED| https://truss.works Particularly interested in Delivery Managers, Product Managers, and Web Engineers with Javascript w/React, Go experience Truss solves complex technical problems for the private sector and government. We helped rebuild Healthcare.gov after its public failure
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Watchtower AI | Data Science, Backend, and Systems Engineers, Full-stack | San Francisco & Palo Alto | ONSITE, REMOTE | https://watchtower.ai Watchtower is a data security startup dedicated to helping enterprises discover, classify, and protect sensitive data across their cloud footprint – their corporate SaaS, data infrastructure, and APIs – via machine learning. ⁃ We’re
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Two days after Lyft submitted paperwork to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an early 2019 initial public offering, Uber has done the same, per The Wall Street Journal. The company filed confidentially for an IPO on Friday, marking the beginning of a race for the two ride-hailing giants to the stock markets. Uber’s most
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Location: Indianapolis (Moving to Hawaii soon) Remote: Yes Willing to relocate: No, but I'm happy to travel occasionally! Technologies: Full stack; Frontend (React, Angular, Vue, Firebase); Backend (Go, PHP, Python, Postgres, Redis); Devops (Docker, Kubernetes, GCP, AWS) Résumé/CV: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1NnEx9P6o_pU-iEQBW5iW_5o0-M5uBjfO Email: hello@wyatt.engineer Hello, hope your day is going well so far! My name is Wyatt, I’m
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Location: San Francisco! Remote: Possible Willing to relocate: No Technologies: Front-end (React, React Native, UI/UX, Firebase) and data science (Python, R, advanced data analytics, ML models, financial modeling) Résumé/CV: https://www.andwilson.com/about Email: awilson@acclimate.io Industrial engineering -> boutique strategy consulting -> software engineering for a startup -> data science freelancing -> full-stack ML app consulting (acclimate.io). Being
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SEEKING WORK | San Francisco | Remote possible Just finished adding a React Native / Firebase project to the App and Play Stores, and seeking out another web/app development project. My strength is understanding startup /business needs and building robust and usable full-stack applications. In my consulting company (acclimate.io), we also have data science /
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Photo: Senny Golyshkin (Reshot) I’m a casual yoga-er, but when I meet people who are serious about yoga, they’re always talking about their “practice.” Basically, if you’re really into it, you don’t need to wait for a convenient class or a new episode from your favorite YouTube yoga channel. You work on what you want,
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Landing that first job is a major milestone for most teens. Income means they can upgrade their phone, buy those ridiculously expensive sneakers they’ve been pining over or start piling up cash for their first car. Or … save for retirement? As soon as kids start earning an income—whether it be from the local fast-food
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Image: Amazon Alexa has long been able to respond to requests for specific music genres, moods, and playlists. Now, she can also help you curate and personalize said playlists and remember your preferences for the future. Amazon is launching new features for Amazon Music users that allow for more natural back-and-forth conversations with Alexa. Where
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Image: Derick Anies on Unsplash There’s no shortage of budgeting apps out there, but sometimes, rather than futzing with categories, charts, graphs and daily alerts that you’re over a pre-set budget or have “irregular spending” in a certain category (ahem, Mint), you just want something simple to track the money you’re spending. DollarBird fills this
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Every year, predictions about how consumers will spend their money crop up. Covering the most popular toys and the most wanted tech gadgets, these lists tend to push people toward a herd mentality rather than a thoughtful examination of their values at a crucial time of year. PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts that consumers will spend $1,250 each
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Pivotal has always been about making open source tools for enterprise developers, but surprisingly up until now the arsenal has lacked a serverless component. That changed today with the alpha launch of Pivotal Function Service. “Pivotal Function Service is a Kubernetes-based, multi-cloud function service. It’s part of the broader Pivotal vision of offering you a
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[embedded content] The year is 1940. Through the use of arcane atomic technologies, the Axis have brought back modern technology from the year 2018. Their main prize? This amazing Enigma Pocket Watch. This tiny watch, created by a maker calling himself asciimation, uses an Arduino Pro Micro and a small OLED screen to recreate the
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The funkadelic video game from the ’90s is getting a refresh in 2019, blending iconic characters and game play with funky fresh new elements and effects. Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cnet Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2icCYYm
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We bid farewell to all the tech products that failed, folded and fizzled out of existence this year. (And brace ourselves for tech that is doomed in 2019.) Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cnet Follow us on Instagram:
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TV Guide is taking over Nope, Sorry this week. Jeff debates Senior Editor Sadie Gennis over Netflix overkill, whether or not cable is a thing worth having and, most importantly, which Hollywood Chris is the best Chris. Check out our episode about Detective Pikachu vs. Toy Story 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZ2BkK3fzMk And last week’s episode about whether
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Good morning from CNET NY Studios while we record the daily news-bite podcast: The 3:59. Hangout while we cover a multitude of stories from around the tech world and then the CNET staff will take your questions and comments in the chat. Watch more episodes of 3:59 on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Livestream: https://livestream.com/cnet/events/59… Periscope: https://www.pscp.tv/CNET/ Twitch:
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Want to run your own home shopping network? Facebook is now testing a Live video feature for merchants that lets them demo and describe their items for viewers. Customers can screenshot something they want to buy and use Messenger to send it to the seller, who can then request payment right through the chat app.
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In late September, representatives from the biggest tech companies testified before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation. At almost the same time, Facebook announced that a massive data breach had affected almost 50 million users. This odd fluke of timing illustrates the perilous nature of data protection right now. Because of data breaches
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How does the new EKG feature on the Apple Watch work, and what can it tell you about your heart? Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cnet Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2icCYYm
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An exclusive look at Corning’s new ultrathin bendable glass that could make it onto the next generation of foldable devices. Watch our iPhone XR drop test: How tough is the glass? https://youtu.be/FS86ljhJTko Foldable phones of the future could use this super thin bendable glass: https://cnet.co/2rmqsId Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new
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The Pixel’s multitasking problems may be all over. Meanwhile, Uber and Lyft get competition thanks to Waymo’s new ride-hailing service. All that, the city of the future, your comments, and more in this episode of Alphabet City! Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet
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Good morning from CNET NY Studios while we record the daily news-bite podcast: The 3:59. Hangout while we cover a multitude of stories from around the tech world and then the CNET staff will take your questions and comments in the chat. Watch more episodes of 3:59 on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list… Livestream: https://livestream.com/cnet/events/59… Periscope: https://www.pscp.tv/CNET/ Twitch:
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Elon Musk’s SpaceX set two records this week with its latest Falcon 9 launch. Also: How Virginia Tech scientists gave us Jedi-like powers, and a self-driving hotel room that comes to you. Watch last weeks EP of WTF: https://youtu.be/RfAI8RWSh7E Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on
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Facebook will now freely allow developers to build competitors to its features upon its own platform. Today Facebook announced it will drop Platform Policy section 4.1 which stipulates “Add something unique to the community. Don’t replicate core functionality that Facebook already provides.” Facebook had previously enforced that policy selectively to hurt competitors that had used its
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This game is even better than I imagined, but I don’t need this stress in my life. Subscribe to CNET: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV CNET playlists: https://www.youtube.com/user/CNETTV/playlists Download the new CNET app: https://cnet.app.link/GWuXq8ExzG Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/cnet Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/cnet Follow us on Instagram: http://bit.ly/2icCYYm
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As the fight against climate change heats up, Cove.Tool is looking to help tackle carbon emissions one building at a time. The Atlanta-based startup provides an automated big-data platform that helps architects, engineers and contractors identify the most cost-effective ways to make buildings compliant with energy efficiency requirements. After raising an initial round earlier this
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