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Keeping Up, on Camera, Is No Longer Just for the Kardashians
Just over a third of Mr Bet-David's life is captured on camera for his YouTube channel, Valuetainment. Since 2015, a videographer has followed Mr Vaynerchuk everywhere, at least five days a week, for a docuseries called DailyVee. Mr Vaynerchuk, 41, said that within a very short time of having a camera trail him, he had ceased to notice it. Maybe a decade hence, the streets will be crowded with pedestrians and their camera crews.
Sir Peter Jackson's studio reveals augmented reality demo
Wingnut AR, the studio started by Lord of the Rings film director Sir Peter Jackson has revealed its first augmented reality demo. While Google and Microsoft have been working with the technology for several years, this is the first time that Apple has been involved. The company gave Wingnut AR special access to its ARKit - an augmented reality developer kit - to create it.
The Tesla Model 3 interior doesn't look like any car you've ever seen
The rest of what's in front of you is just a smooth dashboard and a the windshield. CEO Elon Musk had warned as much on Twitter since last year's initial unveiling that the interior of the production version of the Model 3 would look as spartan as the prototype. Considering Musk's concerted push to make Tesla's cars autonomous, it's not surprising that he's willing to bet that stripping the typical creature comforts from the interior of the Model 3 will be fine.
An emotional Elon Musk thanks the people who are still waiting to get their Model 3
Tesla's handover ceremony of the Model 3 tonight was an affecting moment for CEO Elon Musk, whose casual authenticity has emerged as a distinct tech keynote style. The Model 3 is the first mass market electric car Tesla has made so far and 30 were delivered to employees tonight. Musk quavered a bit when he spoke of the 300,000 people who have put down deposits for the Model 3.
Comcast tops Street 2Q forecasts
The Philadelphia company had profit of 52 cents per share, which is 4 cents better than Wall Street had expected, according to a survey by Zacks Investment Research. The cable provider posted revenue of $21.17 billion in the period, which also topped Street forecasts. shares have climbed 14 percent since the beginning of the year, while the Standard & Poor's 500 index has climbed 11 percent. In the second quarter, Comcast lost 34,000 video customers, a deeper loss than last year.
The Surprising New PC Innovator? Microsoft
Even putting those two words together - Microsoft and devices - would elicit a giggle. Sure, Microsoft still has a long way to go to catch up to Apple in PC hardware. Over the past two years, Microsoft has made many advances in PCs, such as its Surface line of computers. It's unlikely that Microsoft's PC hardware business will beat Apple's any time soon, Farhad writes.
Hackers plan to break into 30 voting machines to put election meddling to the test
Hackers plan to spend Friday trying to break into more than 30 voting machines used in recent elections to see just how far they can get. The event comes as attempted election meddling has become a major geo-political issue both in the United States and worldwide. Prior to the 2016 presidential election, hackers probed election works in at least 39 states, according to a report by Bloomberg last month.
Take a peek at Tesla's new Model 3
Tesla's given us a glimpse of its latest Model 3, and it's packed with slick improvements. The sensational ride handles itself quite well on all types of terrain. The interior matches Tesla's exceptional style.
Wisconsin company Three Square Market to microchip employees
A Wisconsin company is to become the first in the US to microchip employees. Three Square Market is offering to implant the tiny radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip into workers' hands for free - and says everyone will soon be doing it. The rice grain-sized $300 (PS230) chip will allow them to open doors, log in to computers and even purchase food. Far, 50 employees have signed up for the chance to become half-human, half-walking credit card.
Electric Mini to be built in Oxford
A fully electric version of the Mini will be built at the Cowley plant in Oxford, BMW has said. The carmaker said the model would go into production in 2019, with Oxford the main production location for the Mini three-door model. About 360,000 Minis are made each year, with more than 60% of them built at Oxford. BMW says the economic case for building the electric mini in Oxford is compelling, and it's easy to see why.
Trump says Apple will build three 'big' new plants in US
Apple's boss has promised to build three new manufacturing plants in the United States, according to an interview President Donald Trump has given to the Wall Street Journal. President Trump told the Journal he had a phone conversation with Apple's chief executive Tim Cook. We're gonna get Apple to start building their damn computers and things in this country, instead of in other countries, Mr Trump said in a speech in January last year.
Adobe to kill off Flash plug-in by 2020
Adobe Systems has said that it plans to phase out its Flash Player plug-in by the end of 2020. When Adobe acquired Flash in its 2005 purchase of Macromedia, the technology was on more than 98% of personal computers. This trend reveals that sites are migrating to open-web technologies, which are faster and more power-efficient than Flash, Google added. Mr Balakrishnan said it did not expect the demise of Flash to affect profits at Adobe.
Ransomware 'here to stay', warns Google study
Cyber-thieves have made at least $25m (PS19m) from ransomware in the last two years, suggests research by Google. The search giant created thousands of virtual victims of ransomware to expose the payment ecosystem surrounding the malware type. Two types of ransomware made most of the money, it said, but other variants are starting to emerge. Mr Bursztein said Google used several different methods to work out how much cash was flowing towards ransomware creators.
Using cheap magnet, hacker beats protections on a "smart" handgun.
This week the world's elite hackers are gathering in Las Vegas for Def Con, the largest underground hacking event of the year. The BBC's North America technology reporter met a hacker who had circumvented protections on a handgun designed to make it impossible for unauthorised people to shoot. The coverage is timed to coincide with the two biggest shows in the security calendar - Black Hat and Def Con. Follow all our coverage via this link.
Everything we just learned about the Tesla Model 3
Black floor, rich red curtains, and slate grey backdrop and a white Tesla logo. He faced a room of about a 50 journalists that Tesla invited to his Fremont factory for a briefing before the big evening celebration. Here is where the spirit of the Tesla Model 3 was brought into gestation. Like the Model S and Model X before it, he also said the Model 3 will eventually be capable of full autonomy.
Tesla'sModel 3 rolls out at splash factory event
Tesla rolled out 30 of its new Model 3 sedans for employees at the company's Fremont, Calif., headquarters Friday. - If the gleaming Model 3 rolling out of the Tesla factory here Friday could ask its maker a question, this one would be apt. Tesla's stock continues to soar despite questions about profitability, rocketing to $334 from $235 in the past 12 months. Musk seemed well aware of the challenges ahead, notably an initial factory break-in period.
Tesla Model 3 first drive: this is the car that Elon Musk promised
That was my first impression as I climbed into the driver's seat of the Tesla Model 3 at the Fremont Factory on Friday afternoon. After hearing so much hype about this car, I was surprised that my first reaction was a profound sense of delight. Here was the car Elon Musk promised to make 14 years ago. Elon Musk said the car accelerates from 0 to 60 in 5.6 seconds.
Kasparov: 'Embrace' the AI revolution
Humans should embrace the change smart machines offer society, says former chess world champion Garry Kasparov. In a speech at Def Con in Las Vegas he said the rise of artificially intelligent machines would not be a huge threat to humanity. He said, there was likely to be huge social change as the shaky hands of humans were replaced. Mr Kasparov welcomed the change and said it would be good if the effects could be accelerated.
West Highlands worst in UK for broadband, MPs find
The parliamentary constituency of Ross, Skye and Lochaber is the worst area in the UK for broadband, new figures show. A total of 65.6% of connections in the rural constituency were below the UK government's proposed minimum standard of 10 megabits per second (Mb/s). Scotland had eight of the 20 worst performing areas, according to analysis by the British Infrastructure Group of MPs.
Sprint wants to merge with Charter
According to a report at The Wall Street Journal, Sprint chairman Masayoshi Son has proposed a merger with Charter. It's one of several options that have been on the table for Sprint, which is widely regarded as needing one. Both Sprint and Charter have been tossed around as possible merger or acquisition targets for some time.

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