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  • 1/4   Facebook adds Snapchat-esque photo editing to its iOS app
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    It was reported that Facebook tried — and failed — to buy Snapchat for $3 billion in 2013, but since then, the world's biggest social network seems to have decided instead to simply adopt some of the app's best features. First it released Facebook Slingshot, a messaging app that let you annotate Snapchat-a-like images with colorful drawings and text, before sending them to friends. Now it's brought similar features to its iOS app, allowing users to add text, filters, and stickers to photos they upload to their Facebook profiles.

    It was reported that Facebook tried — and failed — to buy Snapchat for $3 billion in 2013, but since then, the world's biggest social network seems to have decided instead to simply adopt some of the app's best features. First it released Facebook Slingshot, a messaging app that let you annotate Snapchat-a-like images with colorful drawings and text, before sending them to friends. Now it's brought similar features to its iOS app, allowing users to add text, filters, and stickers to photos they upload to their Facebook profiles.


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  • 2/4   Out of the shadows, China hackers turn cyber gatekeepers
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    By Paul Carsten and Gerry Shih BEIJING (Reuters) - China, long accused by the United States of rampant cyber aggression, may be synonymous with hacking exploits these days, but that doesn't mean every Chinese hacker is out to pilfer and destroy. As Chinese companies grapple with a sharp increase in the number of cyber attacks, many hackers are finding it increasingly lucrative to go above board and join the country's nascent cyber security industry. Zhang Tianqi, a 23-year old Beijinger, cut his chops in high school trying to infiltrate foreign websites, skirting domestic law by probing for vulnerabilities on overseas gaming networks.

    By Paul Carsten and Gerry Shih BEIJING (Reuters) - China, long accused by the United States of rampant cyber aggression, may be synonymous with hacking exploits these days, but that doesn't mean every Chinese hacker is out to pilfer and destroy. As Chinese companies grapple with a sharp increase in the number of cyber attacks, many hackers are finding it increasingly lucrative to go above board and join the country's nascent cyber security industry. Zhang Tianqi, a 23-year old Beijinger, cut his chops in high school trying to infiltrate foreign websites, skirting domestic law by probing for vulnerabilities on overseas gaming networks.


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  • 3/4   Handwriting not on the wall for fax machines
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    It may have slipped from its golden age into its golden years, but two decades into the Internet era the fax machine is still, perhaps surprisingly, holding its place in many offices. While it has been reduced to a small player in the rapidly growing world of digital communications, "millions of people still use fax machines daily worldwide and probably will continue to do so in the near future", said Jonathan Coopersmith, an associate professor at Texas A&M University, who has written a book on the history of the once ubiquitous office machine. "Sales are dropping regularly due to emails, but the market is far from disappearing," said Nicolas Cintre, deputy director in France for Japanese company Brother, the market leader in fax machines.

    It may have slipped from its golden age into its golden years, but two decades into the Internet era the fax machine is still, perhaps surprisingly, holding its place in many offices. While it has been reduced to a small player in the rapidly growing world of digital communications, "millions of people still use fax machines daily worldwide and probably will continue to do so in the near future", said Jonathan Coopersmith, an associate professor at Texas A&M University, who has written a book on the history of the once ubiquitous office machine. "Sales are dropping regularly due to emails, but the market is far from disappearing," said Nicolas Cintre, deputy director in France for Japanese company Brother, the market leader in fax machines.


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  • 4/4   Apple Music is coming to Sonos by the end of the year
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    Sonos let its fans know weeks ago that the company's multi-room, wireless speakers would not support Apple Music at launch. Earlier this week, Apple Music senior director (and former head of Beats Music) Ian Rogers told a fan that the new streaming service would make it to Sonos "ASAP," though he confirmed it would not be available at launch. Sonos had previously announced that its hardware would "not have Apple Music on it at launch," adding that "we fully expect to support them when they’re ready to focus on the home listening experience.

    Sonos let its fans know weeks ago that the company's multi-room, wireless speakers would not support Apple Music at launch. Earlier this week, Apple Music senior director (and former head of Beats Music) Ian Rogers told a fan that the new streaming service would make it to Sonos "ASAP," though he confirmed it would not be available at launch. Sonos had previously announced that its hardware would "not have Apple Music on it at launch," adding that "we fully expect to support them when they’re ready to focus on the home listening experience.


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