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Elon Musk just made his Twitter profile private. The mercurial Twitter CEO, who commands a staggering 127+ million followers on the platform, has done it temporarily as a test. As per the rules, his tweets can now only be seen by his current followers and the accounts he approves in the future. Plus, his username is now followed by the lock icon identifier to show the private visibility status of his handle.
If you thought Apple's game was the only one in town when it came to seriously appealing laptops, Samsung wants to reset those expectations.
A Twitter feature called CoTweets has been disabled and tweets sent with it will soon change, but that doesn't mean the feature is gone for good.
Scientists in China and the U.S. have teamed up to make a robot that hasn't committed any crimes — yet — but even if it did, we couldn't do much about it, certainly not jail. That's because it can turn itself into a liquid to pass through the bars of a cage and then reassemble itself on the other side. The researchers say they were inspired by nature — specifically by the sea cucumber's ability to change the stiffness of its tissues. But we're still getting some pretty strong T-1000 vibes.
Sandboxing is designed to keep your device secure and your sensitive data private, and Privacy Dashboard offers a detailed overview of Android permissions.
Nothing has confirmed that its second smartphone is in the pipeline, and it will officially be making its way to the United States. To recall, the Carl Pei-led company only brought the Phone (1) stateside as part of a beta program a few weeks ago, months after its debut in the international markets including Europe and Asia.
Pros Alexa can be useful Small size blends into the dashboard It's easy to setup Lost cost for entry Great built-in mics Cons Can't route phone calls through mics Your phone probably has a lot of the same functionality Only a few niche cases where this makes sense It's a dust magnet.