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Could Microsoft have just released the final Windows 10 Anniversary Update build to Insiders?

As Microsoft prepares to end its free Windows 10 upgrades for users, it's concurrently readying the operating system's Anniversary Update --- and the final version before it goes public might be complete.
Web

Airbnb hires team of former city mayors to serve on advisory board

Following backlash from local governments regarding its operation in many cities, Airbnb Inc. is creating a team of former mayors to help navigate its challenges to find solutions.
Home

The dark web may be the only thing to keep your smart home safe

Earlier this week, the Guardian Project, a nonprofit that is responsible for Tor's anonymity network, unveiled a new method for safeguarding the Internet of Things from prying eyes.
Mobile

Microsoft updates OneDrive with automatic 'Pokémon detection'

A new feature bound for Microsoft's OneDrive cloud storage service identifies the species Pokémon from augmented reality game Pokémon Go. It's available on the OneDrive app for Android and iOS.
Cool Tech

Microsoft's Dream Job partners will help you prepare for your next position

Microsoft reaches across its product line and to outside sources for a Dream Job program using Word, Sway, Skype, career expert Maxie McCoy, and Moo. The idea is to help people gain confidence and create a professional image while on a job…
Mobile

Lenovo promises Android security updates for the Moto Z and Moto G in response to criticism

Lenovo hasn't been issuing Android security updates to Moto phones frequently. Will it issue timely updates to the new Moto Z and Moto G4? Lenovo says security patches will go through, but doesn't say how frequently.
Gaming

Yelp’s new ‘Pokémon Go’ filter helps you find nearby Pokéstops

Yelp's new Pokémon Go filter helps you find businesses near Pokéstops, and after launching in the U.S., is now available in the U.K, and other countries. The feature is part of Yelp's apps and website.
Computing

Dell just patched a nasty bug that might have left your work PC exposed

Dell issued hotfixes patching vulnerabilities found in SonicWALL Global Management System and SonicWALL Analyzer, revealed by security firm Digital Defense. Several vulnerabilities allowed hackers to change the administrator's password.
Photography

Stocksy is changing the stock photo game by focusing on its photographers

As a digital cooperative, Stocksy is changing the stock photo game by paying bigger royalties and sharing profits with its photographers. It also prides itself on the unique quality its photos, which veer from the typical "stock photo…
Mobile

Google is crowdsourcing information to help make Maps more accurate

Google wants you! Why? To help edit all the information on Maps, of course. The company has announced a number of new features aimed at making maps more accurate. Features include a suggest an edit button and an add a missing place button.
Mobile

Update your Apple devices now – new Stagefright-style hack discovered

A Stagefright-like exploit in older versions of Apple's iOS and OS X could let nefarious programmers commandeer your devices for denial-of-service attacks, theft of personal information, and more.
Mobile

Airline ruin your flight? Service will complain on your behalf

Service, an app for the web and iOS, seeks compensation from companies on your behalf. A relatively new feature, Protect, automates the process even further by monitoring your mail.