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Spotify adds QR-like codes for quick music sharing

If you're with the person you want to share the content with, they can scan the code directly from their Spotify app. The company should have more information next week when it plans to launch the Spotify Codes feature officially. A barcode, known as a Spotify Code, can now be found under individual songs, playlists, and albums. The feature could prove to be really useful in face of the fact that Spotify has removed the in-app messaging service.

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Apple's Tim Cook Will Appear on CNBC's 'Mad Money' Tonight

Cook, who met with lawmakers in Washington earlier this year to discuss tax policy and technology issues, said that Apple would have to borrow the cash for its USA manufacturing investment fund and said he was hopeful Trump administration would address the repatriation issue.

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Nissan Signal Shield concept blocks your phone connection

A Faraday cage uses conductive material to block electromagnetic fields. Nissan is using old school technology to try to stop distracted driving. It is capable of blocking any form of communication to the smartphone device, whether it's Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or just regular phone signals.

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Do you see a Surface Laptop in your future?

However, for those who still feel that the base configuration is a bit underpowered, the Surface Laptop can be bumped up to an Intel i7 processor with 16GB of RAM and 512GB of flash storage. Edge isn't too bad, but it seems that the version running on Windows 10 S is relatively locked down. Also revealed was the first traditional laptop to come out of Redmond.

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Darksiders 3 Gameplay Revealed

The flawless compilation for longtime fans of the franchise and players new to Darksiders , players will take on the role of War - the first, most powerful and most eratic Horseman of the Apocalypse and Death, the most feared and legendary of the Horsemen.

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Google Adds Safety Feature to Android Gmail App After E-Mail Phishing Attack

Jennex said the latest phishing scam prompted SDSU to send an alert to tens of thousands of students and staff on campus. (Remember, the DNC hack was traced back to a phishing attack .) Theoretically, the attacker could use the inbox contents to go after individuals' bank accounts, even within that narrow window of access.