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Tom Hadfield Crunch Network Contributor Tom Hadfield is the CEO of Message.io, the bot syndication service backed by Khosla Ventures, Eniac Ventures and Y Combinator. More posts by this contributor: How to join the network Bots made big headlines in 2016. They’ve been hailed variously as the future of commerce ...

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Vilner Studio Crafts a Mercedes-AMG S63 for a King

If you want to make your hot wheels hotter, you need to take your ride to the gang at Vilner. Since 1996, the Bulgarian custom shop/art studio has been crafting dream machines for fastidious owners around the world. Case in point, the company’s latest project: formally just another stock 2015 ...

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Sling introduces streaming TV cloud DVR beta

I like streaming “live” TV shows, but there’s only one little problem. You can’t easily time-shift them. Now, Sling TV is cooking up a solution: a cloud DVR service. Speaking as someone who has been time-shifting TV since the Betamax–VHS VCR wars, I’m thrilled about this news. Want both the ...

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Copy and paste trick could unlock iOS 10 devices in Lost Mode

Lost and stolen iOS devices could be at risk if ne’er-do-wells learn of this blunt-force method of getting past Activation Lock. No special equipment or technical know-how is required, which means any geek off the streets can do it. Fortunately, it’s easily fixed — but until that happens, you might ...

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Land Rover Wants to Rock Your World

Land Rover has teamed up with acclaimed Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen for a new series of works called “Ultimate Vistas.” Talk about awesome gigs to have. Bendiksen, working with Magnum Photos, took a series of stunning urban and landscape snaps as he tooled around in his home country in a ...

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Amazon offers DDoS Protection with Shield

Once upon a time, Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks were rare. Now, DDoS assaults are common and are increasing by 125 percent year over year. Attackers can create 100 Gbps attacks, enough to knock off any undefended website, just by running scripts. Amazon introduced an answer: AWS Shield. AWS ...

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Apple blames 'air' for iPhone 6s battery problem

iPhone 6s battery iFixit Do you have a problem where your iPhone 6s randomly and unexpectedly shuts down for no reason? Apple is blaming air for the issue. Seriously, the problem is down to air. In a support document posted to the company’s website, Apple says it has traced the ...

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