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Check out LinkedIn's new desktop interface and start making new connections

If there's any company that understands the power of presentation, it's LinkedIn. The professional network hangs its hat on helping you make connections with potential employers and colleagues. Now, the firm has debuted a new…
Web

Mozilla just unveiled its new, web-infused logo

Mozilla, the not-for-profit organization behind the Firefox web browser, has just unveiled a new, minimalist logo as part of a branding move that it says will help it become known as "the champions for a healthy internet."
Cool Tech

From 3D-printed cake toppers to camera drones, weddings are becoming high tech

Thinking of integrating more tech than tradition into your wedding? You're not alone, according to a recent interview with The Knot. A third of all weddings are now high tech while nearly 90 percent of couples plan with their smartphone.
Mobile

Microsoft's ebook store is finally coming in April — here's what it looks like

Microsoft is finally building an ebook store for its users, and we now have a look at what that store will look like. Unfortunately, it won't be available to the public until April.
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Organize your side conversations with ease on Slack with the Threads feature

On Wednesday, the messaging service finally debuted a much-anticipated feature -- threaded messaging, or as Slack calls it, Threads. It's branded as "a new way to connect related messages."
Computing

New phishing scam has high success rate against tech-savvy Gmail users

A new phishing scheme, targeting Gmail users, aims to use your contact list against you by pilfering your inbox in an effort to compromise the accounts of your friends, family, and co-workers.
Computing

Malwarebytes finds the ‘first Mac malware of 2017,’ and Apple calls it ‘Fruitfly’

While macOS is indeed less of a malware target that Windows 10, you're not completely worry-free running a Mac. And now, some researchers at security software company Malwarebytes has found the first piece of macOS malware for 2017.
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What if all the ‘things’ in the Internet of Things spoke the same language?

Without a single communications standard, IoT growth in smart homes and elsewhere will be stymied. The Open Connectivity Foundation is working on a single platform. The OCF has a fast-growing membership and a list of certified products.
Business

As AT&T makes major acquisitions, Verizon may be mulling one of its own

It looks like Verizon could be prepping another major acquisition -- company CEO Lowell McAdams is reportedly interested in buying a major cable company like Comcast or Charter.
Web

Zurich, Switzerland, just may be Google’s next big tech hub

It looks as though the new hub for Google's research and development efforts may be in Zurich. On Tuesday, Patrick Warnking, Google's Country Director of Switzerland, authored a blog post detailing the future of Google in Europe,
Mobile

Evernote 8 redesigns user interface for iOS app

Evernote's iOS app is getting a big overhaul and there are two areas the update focuses on thanks to user feedback -- speed and simplicity. Evernote 8 makes it faster to find and create notes, and format them quickly with color…
Mobile

LeEco continues U.S. expansion with introduction of TVs, phones on Amazon

Just a few days after broadening its U.S. horizons by announcing the LeEco Le Pro 3 and Le S3 are now available at Target, the Chinese tech company is selling its phones and televisions on Amazon, too.