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Italy Is Launching a Nationwide Free Wi-Fi App

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Italy Is Launching a Nationwide Free Wi-Fi App

- Travelers, have no fear. You can stay connected anywhere from Rome to Milan now that the Italian government is launching an app, called Wifi Italia, that will allow residents and tourists alike to connect to wifi across the country using a single log-in. Wifi hotspots such as railway stations, hotels and public institutions will be set up all over the country in areas of high traffic, where users can connect via the app, without filling in any further details after the initial authentication process
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Apple picks MCC to teach development of apps for iOS platform

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Apple picks MCC to teach development of apps for iOS platform

- Mesa Community College is one of six community colleges Apple has selected to teach app development to students who want to pursue careers in the growing app economy or who have taken an interest in coding. Using Swift, one of the world’s most popular programming languages, Apple developed a full-year course. According to the Apple Newsroom, this program will teach students how to code and to design fully functional apps
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'Panic' as Apple works 'feverishly' to fix iPhone 8 bugs ahead of launch, report says

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'Panic' as Apple works 'feverishly' to fix iPhone 8 bugs ahead of launch, report says

- Apple is reportedly working around the clock trying to fix software bugs affecting its next flagship iPhone, possibly called the iPhone 8, according to a source speaking to Fast Company. The report mentions several issues plaguing the new iPhone, which analysts have suggested may face delays: Problems with wireless charging, which would allow users to charge the battery without having to plug the phone in, and problems with a 3D sensor for facial recognition, which may be used to help users unlock the phone
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Restaurants find mobile apps are key as more people use delivery service

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Restaurants find mobile apps are key as more people use delivery service

- Convenience is a growing consideration for diners deciding where and what to have for dinner, a trend that is spurring restaurants to build or improve their mobile apps, experts say. Data compiled by research firm The NPD Group found half of consumers who choose delivery do it because they don’t want to leave home. Other top answers were it’s “easier” or “quicker” than cooking
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Tencent makes smart TV push in joint venture with China's biggest TV maker

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Tencent makes smart TV push in joint venture with China's biggest TV maker

- HONG KONG Tencent Holdings, China's largest social media and gaming company, agreed on Wednesday to feature its video content on the smart TVs of China's biggest television maker TCL Corp to expand its content dominance from mobile phones to living rooms. Under an agreement announced on Wednesday that followed Tencent's capital injection into a TCL unit, Tencent will pre-load its entertainment content onto TCL's internet-connected, or smart TVs, which feature voice control and customized search recommendations
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A few apps that can spice up your season

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A few apps that can spice up your season

- I’m not saying a mobile app is going to make your whole summer. But I’m not saying it won’t either. Lots of mobile apps are seasonal, but how many of us actually switch up the contents of our screens like we do our closets? That’s why I’ve got you covered with this roundup of my favorite mobile apps for summer. All are free and on iOS and Android: • The Weber Grill App is a must for anyone who likes their summer fare to come from the barbie, which is all of us
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AI Programming: So Much Uncertainty

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AI Programming: So Much Uncertainty

- Much work, and many tools, are still needed to integrate artificial intelligence into the software engineering workflow, noted Peter Norvig, Google’s director of research, speaking at the O’Reilly Artificial Intelligence conference in New York last week. Fundamentally, AI software is inherently different from other forms of widely used software, said Norvig, who is also a co-author of perhaps the most popular book of programming instruction for the field, Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach
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If you use the bus while at the beaches, DART launches a new mobile payment app to make the trip more convenient

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If you use the bus while at the beaches, DART launches a new mobile payment app to make the trip more convenient

- Heading to the beach this weekend? Well, DART has a new mobile payment app for its Beach Bus Services to make the more convenient and user friendly. Mobile Fare Payment has been launched just in time for the busy July 4th Holiday weekend. "You download the Token Transit app, and the easiest way to do it is to text the word "TOKEN" to 41411, then you'll get a text back with a link, click on the link sign up for the app
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EU Asks Google To Pay $2.7 Billion Fine

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EU Asks Google To Pay $2.7 Billion Fine

- Google, the Search Engine giant from the U.S., has been fined with a record $2.7 billion (€ 2.4 billion) by European Commission on the grounds of showing unfair search results to the European customers. EU comes up with this judgement after a seven years long investigation of the Google search algorithm. The company is found guilty of favoring its own shopping comparison service
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Ransomware the go-to hack for cybercriminals amid bitcoin rally, glut of stolen data

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Ransomware the go-to hack for cybercriminals amid bitcoin rally, glut of stolen data

- WASHINGTON – A recent outbreak of ransomware attacks, from the WannaCry worm in May to Tuesday’s infection of thousands of computer systems around the globe, shows that digital stickups are becoming the go-to hack for cybercriminals, fueled by powerful leaked U.S. government exploits and the rise of bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. Tuesday’s attack showed no signs of slowing down, as cybersecurity researchers had not found a kill switch similar to the one that allowed them to stop WannaCry after it had infected hundreds of thousands of computers in more than 150 countries, preventing it from becoming one of the worst attacks on record
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Mastermind of lottery fraud will tell how he rigged jackpots

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Mastermind of lottery fraud will tell how he rigged jackpots

- A lottery computer programmer will tell investigators how he was able to use his position to rig state jackpots for years and he and his brother will repay $3 million in prizes they improperly claimed, under a plea agreement released Monday. Prosecutors will seek a 25-year prison sentence for former Multi-State Lottery Association security director Eddie Tipton, the mastermind of a scheme that rocked the lottery industry
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Programmer pleads guilty to theft in lottery rigging scandal

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Programmer pleads guilty to theft in lottery rigging scandal

- A lottery computer programmer charged with using his inside knowledge to win rigged games across the U.S. pleaded guilty Monday to fixing a 2007 jackpot in Wisconsin — his first admission of guilt in a scandal that rocked the industry. Tipton spoke only to say he understood when Dane County Circuit Judge Ellen Berz asked him if knew he was waiving his right to a trial
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What is the cost of Spring Framework Certification and Training in India and USA?

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What is the cost of Spring Framework Certification and Training in India and USA?

- One of the frequently asked question about Spring certifications and training e.g. Spring Core and Spring Web Application Developer Certification is their cost e.g. what is the cost of Spring certification in India? or how much it cost for Spring framework certification in the USA etc. Earlier, Spring certification used to cost around 3000 USD in the USA and other North American countries and around 50,000 INR in India due to mandatory training you needed to take before you can appear in the exam
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Starbucks just launched an on-the-go version of one of their most popular seasonal lattes

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Starbucks just launched an on-the-go version of one of their most popular seasonal lattes

- Sure, there are times when we want a freshly-made, in-house Frappuccino from Starbucks. But most days, we want our coffee fix fast, and that means grabbing it on our way to work, stocking up on bottled drinks from the grocery store, or making a batch of cold-brew in bulk on the weekends. For those who prefer to grab a bottle of iced coffee and go, say hello to Starbucks’ newest bottled iced beverage: the ready-to-drink Salted Caramel Mocha Iced Latte
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Japan go 2-1 up against Sweden in America's Cup semi-final

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Japan go 2-1 up against Sweden in America's Cup semi-final

- SoftBank Team Japan beat Sweden's Artemis Racing on Tuesday to go 2-1 up in their best-of-nine America's Cup semi-final. Both crews had to contend with rough seas and high winds in Bermuda's Great Sound, with the two boats showing signs of damage to their carbon fiber aerodynamic "fairings". "It's definitely sailing on the edge," Japan's skipper Dean Barker told BT Sport after completing the race
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Jean Sammet, Co-Designer of a Pioneering Computer Language, Dies at 89

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Jean Sammet, Co-Designer of a Pioneering Computer Language, Dies at 89

- Jean E. Sammet, an early software engineer and a designer of COBOL, a programming language that brought computing into the business mainstream, died on May 20 in Maryland. She was 89. She lived in a retirement community in Silver Spring and died at a nearby hospital after a brief illness, said Elizabeth Conlisk, a spokeswoman for Mount Holyoke College in Massachusetts, where Ms
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  • Restaurants find mobile apps are key as more people use delivery service
    Restaurants find mobile apps are key as more people use delivery service

    , marketwatch.com

    Convenience is a growing consideration for diners deciding where and what to have for dinner, a trend that is spurring restaurants to build or improve their mobile apps, experts say. Data compiled by research firm The NPD Group found half of consumers who choose delivery do it because they don’t want to leave home. Other top answers were it’s “easier” or “quicker” than cooking
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  • What is the cost of Spring Framework Certification and Training in India and USA?
    What is the cost of Spring Framework Certification and Training in India and USA?

    , javarevisited.blogspot.com

    One of the frequently asked question about Spring certifications and training e.g. Spring Core and Spring Web Application Developer Certification is their cost e.g. what is the cost of Spring certification in India? or how much it cost for Spring framework certification in the USA etc. Earlier, Spring certification used to cost around 3000 USD in the USA and other North American countries and around 50,000 INR in India due to mandatory training you needed to take before you can appear in the exam
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  • How to install the Program O chatbot on a LEMP server
    How to install the Program O chatbot on a LEMP server

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    Program O is an AIML chatbot written in PHP with MySQL that you can add onto your Linux server. It's a challenge to install, but once Program O is up and running, you can integrate it into your website and even include it with a WordPress plugin. I'll walk you through the process of installing Program O on a LEMP (Linux NginX MySQL PHP) server. I'll use a fresh install
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