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Telegraph.co.uk
Facebook warns on future profitability despite ad revenue surge
Telegraph.co.uk
Shares in Facebook oscillated in Wednesday after-hours trading as mobile advertising continued to drive revenue growth, but it warned over a hit to profitability from growing investment in security. Revenue for the three months ended Sep 30 was up 47pc ...

The Verge
Razer Phone announced with huge bezels, no headphone jack, and dubious gamer cred
The Verge
Can you actually make an Android phone for gamers? Aren't they all spec-heavy beasts of incredible processing burden? These are the questions Razer will have to answer as it introduces its first ever smartphone, appropriately titled the Razer Phone.

CNET
iPhone X review: Camera tricks, swiping up -- and that OLED
CNET
Welcome to my ongoing impressions of the iPhone X. I've entered my third full day with the phone. Day 2 was mostly a blur of media hits, after a nearly sleepless night. Everything you're reading here is new as of the afternoon of Wednesday, November 1.

Forbes
Samsung's New Note8 Enterprise Edition Puts Laser Focus On The Business User
Forbes
I write about disruptive companies, technologies and usage models. Opinions expressed by Forbes Contributors are their own. Samsung. Samsung Note8 Enterprise Edition core value proposition. Samsung has long put their best foot forward when it comes ...

Kotaku
Nintendo Is Still Oddly Tight-Lipped About The Switch's Tribute To Satoru Iwata
Kotaku
Satoru Iwata in 2009, at a professional high point during the heyday of the Wii and Nintendo DS. Photo by Junko Kimura/Getty Images. One of the most heart-warming stories in video games this year was the discovery in September that the Nintendo Switch ...

CNN
Long-term spaceflight 'squeezes' the brain, study says
CNN
(CNN) Floating in zero gravity can put quite the squeeze on the human brain, according to a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Wednesday. Researchers scanned astronauts' brains using magnetic resonance imaging before and ...

Washington Post
Slow flow of human immigration may have doomed Neanderthals
Business Insider
NEW YORK (AP) — What killed off the Neanderthals? It's a big debate, and now a study says that no matter what the answer, they were doomed anyway. Our close evolutionary cousins enjoyed a long run in Europe and Asia, but they disappeared about ...

The Verge
Apple CEO Tim Cook says social media is being used to manipulate and divide us
The Verge
Apple CEO Tim Cook doesn't have a high opinion of platform-owning social media and advertising companies, most of which are now embroiled in an ongoing controversy about Russian interference in the 2016 US election. Cook, in an interview with Lester ...

CNNMoney
Sony unleashes the cuteness with new robot dog
CNNMoney
Sony is banking on the "irresistible cuteness" of its new robot dog to win over consumers. Aibo, the artificial-intelligence-powered hound, wags its tail, chases pink balls and can learn new tricks like giving its owner a high five. Aibo is a rebooted ...

CNET
SpaceX's huge Falcon Heavy rocket could end 2017 with a bang
CNET
Falcon Heavy could be the most powerful rocket in the world very soon. SpaceX. The next big rocket from SpaceX has been years in the making, and the company is still hoping Falcon Heavy will finally get off the ground in 2017. A report on ...

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