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Rival Phone Makers Reluctant To Support Apple In FBI Battle

MUMBAI/SINGAPORE (Reuters) – As Apple Inc resists the U.S. government in a high profile stand-off over privacy, rival device makers are, for now, keeping a low profile. Most are Asian companies – the region produces eight of every 10 smartphones sold around the world – and operate in a complex legal, political and security landscape. Only China’s Huawei has publicly backed Apple CEO Tim Cook in his fight to resist demands to unlock an encrypted iPhone belonging to one of those who went on a shooting rampage in San Bernardino, California in December. “We put a lot of investment into privacy, and security protection is key.

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16 Snapchat Hacks That Will Utterly Transform The Way You Snap

Have you ever wondered what it takes to be so good at Snapchat that you become something of a celebrity?  Snapchat star and doodler extraordinaire  Mike Platco  (who goes by mplatco on the platform) stopped by The Huffington Post office this week to teach us (and you!) some mind-blowing tips and tricks. The below 16 hacks will transform how you use Snapchat, guaranteed. 1. Ever wonder how to doodle in those smaller, hard-to-reach areas? Enable the zoom feature on your device and magnify the image. Here’s how to enable the zoom feature: On iOS: Launch  Settings

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5 Digital Trends To Watch Out For In 2016

Nowadays users, or let’s face it — customers are not simply introduced to new products and services as they enter a physical store or browse the web. All different kinds of devices, platforms and social media channels surround them every single moment in their lives (unless you take a trip to Green Zone, where I hear cell phones and Wi-Fi are banned ). We are exposed to a digital landscape filled with exciting new and digital innovations. Looking at the trends for 2016, it takes a great amount of creativity and an analytical approach to execute these trends, but also making sure that these trends are right for your brand or business. We keep hearing about mobile marketing

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Why Your Criticism of Politics on Facebook May Mean You’re Part of the Problem

How many times have you read on Facebook that politics should be something people keep to themselves? You know what I’m talking about, right? Said in a smug voice: “Erm, only idiots think that posting political nonsense on Facebook changes anybody’s mind.” Distilled to its essence, the idea seems to be that politics are so volatile that people ought to just stick to cat videos and keep their opinions to themselves. In addition to its being unseemly as a tactic, partisan bickering in the virtual public square is pointless.

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Used Pill Bottles Help Those Who Lack Medicine Storage In Malawi

While American medicine cabinets — and landfills — fill up with used pill bottles, many people in developing countries are being sent home with prescription medication wrapped in paper or nothing at all. A shortage of those little orange containers in countries like Malawi, in Africa,  means that many people  have a hard time keeping their medications clean, dry and out of reach of children. So when Richard Stephens , co-founder of  The Malawi Project , looked into his cluttered medicine cabinet one day, something clicked. In March, the Indianapolis-based charity put out a call  for Americans to mail in their used pill bottles, with the labels stripped off.

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Woman Who Had Half Her Brain Removed Becomes Inspiring Speech Pathologist

By all accounts, Christina Santhouse has an aspirational life. At 28, she is married, owns her own home, attained a Master’s Degree and works a fulfilling job as a speech pathologist.  You would never suspect that on Feb. 13, 1996, she had half of her brain removed as a child. And 20 years after her surgery, she is thriving. When Santhouse was 7 years old, she was diagnosed with Rasmussen’s encephalitis , an inflammation of one hemispheres of the brain.

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The Subscription Service That Promises To Deliver ‘Jew-y Goodness’ To Your Door

There’s a (soon-to-be) new delivery service in town, but this one is ” bubbe-approved .” Hello Mazel  is a new nationwide subscription service that promises to deliver a box of both edible and non-edible Jewish goodies four times a year, starting this April for Passover. The service was dreamed up by members of The Kitchen , an alternative, non-denominational Jewish community in San Francisco and includes items that are curated by a variety of experts — from San Francisco tastemakers to Facebook’s former director of market development, Randi Zuckerberg, who is a member of the Hello Mazel team.  The team launched a  Kickstarter campaign  earlier this month and doubled its initial goal of $18,000 in just one day. It’s now the most funded Jewish project in Kickstarter’s history. The $45 boxes will ship nationwide in the U.S. and to Canada.

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Inventor of BitTorrent Explains Why Manufacturers Will Stop Making Your Products Hackable

These questions originally appeared on Quora – the knowledge sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights . Answers by Bram Cohen , Inventor of BitTorrent, on Quora . Q: Should Apple be forced to de-crypt the iPhone to help the San Bernadino investigation? A: First, it should be pointed out that the central issue in the iPhone case isn’t one of cryptography, it’s tamper resistance. If you use a randomly generated 20 digit PIN then nobody will be able to forcibly unlock your iPhone even with the help of Apple, the NSA, and the Illuminati. When you have a short PIN the issue is one of physical tamper resistance.

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