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Jayde Adams
JAYDE ADAMS IS NO JOKE

The last time we spoke to Jayde Adams, she’d just won the Funny Women Awards. Two years on, we caught up her to find out what to expect from her new show at this year’s Edinburgh Fringe. DIVA: We published an interview you did with Scottee after winning the Funny Women Awards final in 2014 […]

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Microsoft Hangs Up On Smartphone Workers
Microsoft hangs up on smartphone workers

Microsoft has announced plans to cut up to 1,850 jobs as part of efforts to scale back its smartphone business. The firm also said it would post a $950m (£646m) writedown, part of which is to cover redundancy payments. A union official suggested the firm had cancelled plans to manufacture further handsets of its own, […]

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Apple’s Tim Cook arrives in China, takes $1BN taxi ride

Tim Cook just took a $1 billion taxi ride. Arriving in China, the Apple CEO jumped into a cab from Didi Chuxing, the ridesharing app and Uber rival in which Apple recently invested $1 billion. Cook is reported to be visiting China to smooth over recent troubles. China has been a tough territory for Apple […]

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Google
Google to block Flash on Chrome, only 10 websites exempt

The slow and inexorable slide to a world without Flash continues, with Google revealing plans to phase out support for Adobe’s Flash Player in its Chrome browser for all but a handful of websites. And the company expects the changes to roll out by the fourth quarter of 2016. While it says Flash might have […]

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Google
Don’t laugh

Google has a big gift for anyone trying to fulfill the promise of artificial intelligence: software that helps computers understand human speech and text. The parser software, called SyntaxNet, breaks sentences down into components to better understand the meaning of words — a boon to AI developers trying to get computers to grok natural language. […]

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Only Amazon can open a college bookstore with no books

Amazon@Penn probably doesn’t look like any store you’ve ever visited. The brightly lit space includes no shelves, no standing inventory and no checkout. It’s likely debatable the location is even a “store” at all. Yet this 3,500-square-foot space, which hosted a grand opening Friday at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, serves as another example […]

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Facebook
Zuckerberg: Facebook investigating censorship claim

Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg has said the company is investigating claims it censored news reports with conservative viewpoints. It follows a week of allegations in the media and discussion in the US Senate. The tech news website Gizmodo had said Facebook staff suppressed articles on conservative topics from the site’s “trending” news section and […]

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Microsoft Holds Annual Shareholder Meeting
Microsoft sues US government

Apple’s case against the federal government over the San Bernardino shooter’s iPhone has dominated headlines for several months, but it’s not the only company pushing back against the federal government’s surveillance machine. Microsoft filed suit against the Department of Justice today and asked the court to declare a critical section of the Electronic Communications Privacy […]

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