Should I Buy the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus?

The iPhone 7 is available in two sizes: the regular 4.7” screen iPhone 7, and the 5.5” screen iPhone 7 Plus. Both phones are available with 32GB, 128GB or 256GB of storage in Jet Black, Black, Gold, Silver, Rose Gold, and Red. Let’s take a look at how each phone differs and consider which one is the right fit for you.

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by Harry Guinness #HowToGeek
https://www.howtogeek.com/309552/should-i-buy-the-iphone-or-plus/
 

Virtual reality tech may make ‘going shopping’ in real life a thing of the past

High street shops are well-established online these days and provide new opportunities for interaction between shop and shopper. Consumers have become accustomed to shopping using a range of devices and the immense popularity of smartphones and mobile devices has led to the rise of mobile or m-retailing, with new communication and distribution channels created with these in mind. Perhaps this mix of the real and online worlds are helpful precursors for what may be the “next big thing”: virtual reality shopping. Virtual reality (VR) experiences are typically provided through wearable headgear or goggles that block out the real world and…This story continues at The Next Web

by Anthony Kent
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https://thenextweb.com/virtual-reality/2017/06/07/virtual-reality-tech-may-make-going-shopping-real-life-thing-past/
 

Humans, not robots, are threatening your next job

Are robots coming to take our jobs? I think so. But there’s something we haven’t talked much, which is how humans are failing to help people to land their next job. How people – HR, Managers, Directors, CEOs – are failing on being more humans in a world with fewer jobs, more automation, and more people. And by human I mean respect, honesty, care, compassion, and empathy. “47 percent of U.S. jobs could be automated within the next two decades” Oxford University The job seeker’s rollercoaster Years ago I left my job in an advertising agency. As Creative Director, It…This story continues at The Next Web

by Bruno Tozzini
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https://thenextweb.com/contributors/2017/06/07/humans-not-robots/
 

The Best Streaming Music Services for Any Type of Listener

Back in the days of the iPod, the future of digital music looked like a more convenient, a la carte version of the past: customers could buy single tracks for relatively little money, but the paradigm was still about owning music that you then managed yourself. With the advent of smartphones and always-on connections, the streaming service reigns supreme. Now you can pay a monthly fee (or listen to advertising) for an all-you-can-eat selection of millions of songs.

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by Michael Crider #HowToGeek
https://www.howtogeek.com/304861/the-best-streaming-music-services-for-any-type-of-listener/
 

If you like Shark Tank, you’ll probably enjoy Apple’s Planet of the Apps

We’ve been hearing about Apple’s first major push into video for some time now, and it’s finally here: Planet of the Apps – a reality show that sees developers pitch their apps to VCs in the hopes of scoring funding and making it big – is out now. The first episode is available for free on iTunes, as well as on the show’s own site; subsequent episodes will be available to subscribers of Apple Music. Wondering whether it’s worth 45 minutes tonight? I watched the premiere episode to help you decide. Oh, and you can check out the trailer below:…This story continues at The Next Web
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by Abhimanyu Ghoshal
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https://thenextweb.com/apple/2017/06/07/if-you-like-shark-tank-youll-probably-enjoy-apples-planet-of-the-apps/
 

Kaspersky Accuses Microsoft of Unfairly Disabling its Antivirus in Windows 10

Russian antivirus vendor Kaspersky Lab is so upset with US software giant Microsoft that the security firm has filed more antitrust complaints against the company. The antivirus firm initially filed a lawsuit late last year against Microsoft with Russian Federal Anti-monopoly Service (FAS) over alleged abuse of Microsoft’s dominant position in the desktop market to push its own antivirus

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Kaspersky Accuses Microsoft of Unfairly Disabling its Antivirus in Windows 10

Russian antivirus vendor Kaspersky Lab is so upset with US software giant Microsoft that the security firm has filed more antitrust complaints against the company. The antivirus firm initially filed a lawsuit late last year against Microsoft with Russian Federal Anti-monopoly Service (FAS) over alleged abuse of Microsoft’s dominant position in the desktop market to push its own antivirus

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