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May 2017

Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium puts 4K HDR in your hands on June 19th

In just a few weeks, you can finally hold Sony’s new high-end, high-performance flagship phone in your hands. You can pre-order Sony’s Xperia XZ Premium in the US through Amazon and Best Buy starting on June 12th, but you can always just purchase it… – Source

Recently revealed “Cloak & Dagger” Android attack uses overlays and accessibility services to deceive users

A new series of vulnerabilities in Android have been discovered by researchers at the University of California Santa Barbara and the Georgia Institute of Technology. Titled “Cloak & Dagger” this new class of vulnerabilities and attack vectors makes use of overlays and accessibility service permissions in Android. These services can potentially allow for a malicious application to perform unwanted actions, including collecting data input on the device and so-called “clickjacking.” The latter term being when a user might believe they are performing one action, but another is occurring beneath a deceptive overlay.

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Recently revealed “Cloak & Dagger” Android attack uses overlays and accessibility services to deceive users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Ariana Grande’s manager issues statement about Manchester attack

A devastating explosion in Manchester after Monday’s Ariana Grande concert left 22 dead and many more injured. Late Monday night Scooter Braun, Grande’s manager, issued a statement via Twitter responding to the attack.

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— Scooter Braun (@scooterbraun) May 23, 2017

Grande herself tweeted at around 4 a.m. local time after the explosion, while over in the states James Corden spoke of the attacks on his late-night show. The attack is being treated as a terrorist incident, per CNN.

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Best apps for college graduates

Your future has arrived, and these apps will help you make the most of it.

You did it: you earned your college degree and graduated with a diploma in-hand. Which of course begs the question, what comes next? After you’ve graduated, and you’re ready to join the real world, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out what precisely you are supposed to do next. There are resumes to be sent out, housing to acquire, and for many students, a leaning tower of School Loans that will need to be repaid over the next several years.

Have no fear though, these apps can help to ensure you hit the ground running!


Once you’ve graduated and are figuring out what comes next, the first step ought to be starting to look for a position in your field. There are hundreds of different job search sites that you can post a resume to, but Indeed delivers a straightforward experience whether you are on a phone or computer.

Using Indeed you can upload your profile information, which is how prospective employers will find you. Once you’ve done that we suggest starting to look for the position that is right for you from the thousands of openings listed on Indeed. Since it automatically pulls from career boards, newspaper listings, and company career pages, you can even set up email alerts to notify you when a sweet new opening becomes available.

Download Indeed (free)


Along with finding gainful employment, you need to find a place to live. With dozens of different sites, there are plenty of ways to search for accommodation, but Hotpads makes it a better, easier experience to search for rental properties.

You can search a specific area, or look for your new home with specific parameters in mind. Once you’ve entered the criteria you are looking for, you will then be able to see properties in the area that fit your needs. You can also just click through properties, and get plenty of information on each one.

Download Hotpads (free)

Move Advisor

If you’re planning to move away after graduation, Move Advisor is an absolutely free app that will help you to make sure that you are prepared for the big move.

Move Advisor acts as an in-pocket emissary to make sure your moves goes as smoothly as possible. To this end you can build a week-by-week moving schedule so that everything is packed and ready to go on the big day, as well as giving you a full inventory so that nothing gets accidentally left behind. It even helps to connect you to local moving services if you wind up needing a bit of extra muscle to get everything where it needs to go.

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One of the biggest challenges to leaving school entirely behind is learning to stand on your own two feet without (much) help or assistance. While – Source

Rudy Giuliani Forgot 9/11(‘s Effect on Commercial Air Travel)

Yesterday morning, Rudy Giuliani—America’s mayor, Donald Trump’s current cybersecurity advisor, and a race-baiting thug most famous for being circumstantially tied to a great tragedy—had a little dust-up with the TSA while making his way through Newark airport. Apparently, the former mayor who famously saw his city…

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How to get, use night mode on Chrome OS – CNET

Google wants to help you sleep better at night after using one of its Chrome OS devices. – Source

Early Spotify Was Built on Pirated MP3 Files, New Book Claims

Spotify has been the biggest music streaming service to find a business model that users can accept, and music labels can endure. In its early days, the company positioned itself as “a viable alternative to music piracy.” But allegedly, the company’s beta was filled with pirated MP3 files.

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Windows 10 S defaults to Microsoft Edge browser video – CNET

Maybe the “S” in Windows 10 S stands for “stuck.” – Source

Will you buy the $999 Surface Laptop? (The 3:59, Ep. 220) – CNET

We talk about Microsoft’s education event, geek out over 5G and talk about cardboard boxes. Really. – Source

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