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'Mass rape' video on social media shocks Brazil - BBC News

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'Mass rape' video on social media shocks Brazil
BBC News
Brazilian police are hunting more than 30 men suspected of raping a teenage girl in Rio de Janeiro, and of putting video of the attack on social media. The girl is reported to have gone to her boyfriend's house on Saturday and to have regained ...
Tweets of gang rape in Rio de Janeiro highlight breakdown of orderThe Globe and Mail (subscription)

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Baylor players react on social media to dismissal of Art Briles - ESPN (blog)

ESPN (blog)

Baylor players react on social media to dismissal of Art Briles
ESPN (blog)
Before news had broken that Baylor had suspended coach Art Briles with the intent to terminate, Baylor players already had taken to social media late Thursday morning, expressing shock and anger. Linebackers Taylor Young and Raaquan Davis were the ...
Social media reacts after Baylor announces Briles will be terminatedWFAA.com

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Billions at stake in Google's battle with Oracle - CNNMoney

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Billions at stake in Google's battle with Oracle
CNNMoney
The APIs that Google used were for Java, a ubiquitous computer programming language that belonged to Sun Microsystems at the time. Oracle bought Sun in 2010 and sued Google later that year. The two Silicon Valley titans have been duking it out in ...
The verdict is in: Android is “fair use” as Google beats OracleArs Technica
Jury rules for Google on fair use in Oracle fightCNBC
Google could face billion-dollar fines in two court casesThe Economist
The Verge -Bloomberg -The Register
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The Next Big Thing, Social Media Edition: Sam Jones Wants You to #OwnYourCrazy - Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

The Next Big Thing, Social Media Edition: Sam Jones Wants You to #OwnYourCrazy
Hollywood Reporter
A social media influencer — while an excellent title to hold these days — is an incredibly ambiguous term. Who are they influencing? And how? THR is scouring the web for the newest, most-liked social stars to find out just what the term entails ...

62 percent of U.S. adults get their news from social media, says report - TechCrunch

TechCrunch

62 percent of U.S. adults get their news from social media, says report
TechCrunch
A new study from Pew Research claims that 62 percent of people get their news from social media, with 18 percent doing so very often. As expected, the top social media news source is Facebook. The study claims that two-thirds of Facebook's user base ...
News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2016Pew Research Center's Journalism Project
Politicians struggling to cut through on social media, experts sayABC Online

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Well played, Google: Advertisers (finally) get more device bidding controls

The most widely disparaged aspect of Advanced Campaigns is eliminated at last. Contributor Andy Taylor extols the change, explains what it means for marketers and makes a couple of suggestions for further improvement. The post Well played, Google: Advertisers (finally) get more device bidding...

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The guy who inspired the modular Ara phone says Google can do better - The Verge

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The guy who inspired the modular Ara phone says Google can do better
The Verge
It was this outpouring of support for Hakkens' modular, upgradeable phone meant to help eliminate electronic waste that led Motorola (then owned by Google) to launch project Ara. Well, a lot has happened since then and Hakkens is not a fan of the ...
Google to start shipping modular smartphone Project AraDezeen
Google's New Project Could Change the Future of SmartphonesTIME

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Google Reveals the Top Misspelled Word in Every State - ABC News

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Google Reveals the Top Misspelled Word in Every State
ABC News
Google pulled data from its search trends to reveal the top word most people have trouble spelling in each state. The result is a list that would likely make the super spellers competing in the Scripps National Spelling Bee laugh. Using search queries ...
Google uncovered 'America's Top Spelling Mistakes,' and 'diarrhea' is on the listWashington Post

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Meet the execs running Google's most important products - Business Insider

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Meet the execs running Google's most important products
Business Insider
Even though Google doesn't get to work on internet balloons or futuristic cities anymore after blowing up its corporate structure last fall, there's still plenty going on inside the search giant. Meet the men and women running Google's most important ...
The real problem with Google's mobile messaging strategyComputerworld

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It's official: We now get most of our news from social media - Mashable

Mashable

It's official: We now get most of our news from social media
Mashable
The scale is tipping from traditional media to social media as a source for news. That's the conclusion reached in a new study published on Thursday by Pew Research Center. Pew surveyed over 4,600 people who told them that they're increasingly using ...
News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2016Pew Research Center's Journalism Project
62 percent of U.S. adults get their news from social media, says reportTechCrunch
Majority of US Adults Get News From Social MediaPC Magazine
Poynter.org -SiliconBeat -Morning Consult
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Can Google Fix Android's Biggest Problem? - Gizmodo

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Can Google Fix Android's Biggest Problem?
Gizmodo
Google is pissed—or at least that's what it sounds like when you read Bloomberg's look into the company's relationship with smartphone manufacturers. According to the report, Google is aggressively addressing Android's biggest problem: fragmentation, ...
Google's making a list: Android OEMs to be ranked, shamed by update speedArs Technica
Google plans to 'shame' smartphone makers to fix one of the worst problems with AndroidYahoo Tech
Will Google's naughty list really improve Android updates?The Verge
Business Insider UK -Mashable -Computerworld
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Body cues, habits could make passwords obsolete, says Google - Fox News

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Body cues, habits could make passwords obsolete, says Google
Fox News
Google is trying to make passwords passé as it looks into using body and location cues to verify a person's identity. At a Google I/O conference last week, the search engine giant said it was moving forward with Project Abacus, which aims to render ...
Google's plan to kill off passwordsQ13 FOX
Google Has a Plan to Kill Off PasswordsMIT Technology Review
Google aims to kill passwords by the end of this yearThe Guardian
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The future of voice-related SEO for local business

Google's recent developer event revealed details about how the search giant is thinking about the future. Columnist Chris Marentis shares tips on how local businesses can learn how to be found in the environment that's taking shape. The post The future of voice-related SEO for local business...

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Arkansas woman's 'hot mugshot' is winning hearts on social media - Q13 FOX

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Arkansas woman's 'hot mugshot' is winning hearts on social media
Q13 FOX
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. — Social media users are falling for another criminal after her mugshot was shared online. This latest #PrisonBae is a southern beauty. Meet Sarah Seawright. Sarah Seawright (Pulaski County, Ark. PD). But don't let her looks fool you.
Woman's 'hot' mugshot is winning hearts on social mediamyfox8.com

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Google beats Oracle—Android makes “fair use” of Java APIs - Ars Technica

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Google beats Oracle—Android makes “fair use” of Java APIs
Ars Technica
SAN FRANCISCO—Following a two-week trial, a federal jury concluded Thursday that Google's Android operating system does not infringe Oracle-owned copyrights because its re-implementation of 37 Java APIs is protected by "fair use." The verdict was ...
Jury sides with Google in billion dollar Oracle suitCNNMoney
Google wins Oracle copyright fight over Android codeThe Verge
Jury rules for Google on fair use in Oracle fightCNBC
New York Times -Fortune -Bloomberg
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News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2016 - Pew Research Center's Journalism Project

Pew Research Center's Journalism Project

News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2016
Pew Research Center's Journalism Project
About 6-in-10 Americans get news from social media A majority of U.S. adults – 62% – get news on social media, and 18% do so often, according to a new survey by Pew Research Center, conducted in association with the John S. and James L. Knight ...

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