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Cubasis Points with New Update

Steinberg releases Cubasis 2.7, adding a large number of user-requested features and improvements to the award-winning music production app for the iPad. (PRWeb December 17, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/cubasis_points_with_new_update/prweb15987989.htm

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Development of digital-accessibility maps for disabled people is being spurred by new apps but many challenges remain as most maps depend on…

Aimi Hamraie / The Atlantic : Development of digital-accessibility maps for disabled people is being spurred by new apps but many challenges remain as most maps depend on visual/textual data   —  A new breed of accessibility apps can make life easier for people with disabilities.  They can also make it harder.

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China’s Xinhua News Agency launches “composite anchors”, which combine images and voices of human anchors with text via AI tech from internet company…

Li Tao / South China Morning Post : China's Xinhua News Agency launches “composite anchors”, which combine images and voices of human anchors with text via AI tech from internet company Sogou   —  - AI anchors have the ability to work 24 hours a day provided human editors keep inputting text into the system

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New Congress could align around imposing privacy rules on US tech giants, and directing new funds to improve internet service in rural parts of the…

Cristiano Lima / Politico : New Congress could align around imposing privacy rules on US tech giants, and directing new funds to improve internet service in rural parts of the country   —  With help from John Hendel, Ashley Gold, Nancy Scola and Margaret Harding McGill  —  Editor's Note: This edition of Morning Tech …

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New Congress could align around imposing privacy rules on US tech giants, and directing new funds to improve internet service in rural parts of the…

Cristiano Lima / Politico : New Congress could align around imposing privacy rules on US tech giants, and directing new funds to improve internet service in rural parts of the country   —  With help from John Hendel, Ashley Gold, Nancy Scola and Margaret Harding McGill  —  Editor's Note: This edition of Morning Tech …

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Facebook, others made demonstrable progress in combating misinformation during the midterms but the problem is not going away due to engagement-based…

Will Oremus / Slate : Facebook, others made demonstrable progress in combating misinformation during the midterms but the problem is not going away due to engagement-based algorithms   —  Facebook and others have gotten more serious about hoaxes, hate speech, propaganda, and foreign election interference.

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Some experts say Facebook performed well for the midterms, but disinformation and false news still spread fast, requiring outsiders’ monitoring and…

Kevin Roose / New York Times : Some experts say Facebook performed well for the midterms, but disinformation and false news still spread fast, requiring outsiders' monitoring and prodding   —  After an Election Day largely free of viral social media misinformation, and with little trace of the kind of Russian troll stampede …

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Dutch police say they decrypted 258,000+ messages sent using IronChat, which claims to have end-to-end encryption, as part of a money laundering probe…

Dan Goodin / Ars Technica : Dutch police say they decrypted 258,000+ messages sent using IronChat, which claims to have end-to-end encryption, as part of a money laundering probe   —  Weakness allowed cops to monitor encrypted messages for some time.  —  Police in the Netherlands said they decrypted …

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Samsung teases foldable phone that acts as a phone when closed and a tablet when opened, says mass production will begin within months (Tom Warren/The…

Tom Warren / The Verge : Samsung teases foldable phone that acts as a phone when closed and a tablet when opened, says mass production will begin within months   —  Our foldable future is here  —  Samsung has been teasing its foldable smartphone for weeks, and now the company has unveiled it for the first time today.

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