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The Trump administration diverted $10 million from FEMA to support ICE, documents show

In this Oct. 5, 2017 file photo, Department of Homeland Security personnel deliver supplies to Santa Ana community residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria in Guayama, Puerto Rico. The Trump administration diverted nearly $10 million from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to fund immigration detention centers, documents show. The news comes as a Category 4 hurricane barrels toward the Carolinas, and President Donald Trump continues to defend his widely criticized response to last year's hurricanes in Puerto Rico. A Homeland Security spokesman said the money transferred from FEMA wasn't taken from its disaster relief funds due to "appropriation limitations."...


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Google letter admits that it allows developers to collect data from Gmail accounts

In a letter sent to U.S. senators back in July, Google says that it allows app developers to scan Gmail accounts and share the results with others. All Google asks is that the developers' privacy policies clearly reveal possible uses for this data. Susan Molinari, Google's vice president for public policy and government affairs for the Americas said in the letter, "Developers may share data with third parties so long as they are transparent with the users about how they are using the data." And the company says that it makes sure that these policies are easily found by Gmail...
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Amazon announces Fire TV Recast, a new companion DVR for mobile devices

Amazon was on fire earlier today, having announced quite a few new products, so the fact that the company introduced a new device called Fire TV Recast shouldn't surprise anyone. This is a companion DVR that enables users to watch, record, and replay free OTA (over the air) TV programming on Fire TV, Echo Show, and on compatible Fire tablet, iOS, and Android devices.However, you'll need an HDTV antenna (sold separately) to connect the Fire TV Recast and start accessing the free OTA TV content available in your area, including live shows, local news, sports, and more from channels like...
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Amazon confirms Skype calling is coming to Alexa, loads of other improvements

Amazon has just announced a bucket-load of new features for Alexa that are meant to improve the quality of life of those using Echo devices. New capabilities include entertainment features like stereo-pairing, TIDAL support, as well as Amazon Music new release notifications. But one of the most important improvements announced by Amazon earlier today is Skype calling, which is coming to Alexa very soon. When the new feature will become available, you'll be able to say “Alexa, call Jimmy on Skype” to connect with Jimmy anywhere he uses Skype.Amazon also announced it will bring email integration for Alexa, so you'll...

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Spotify beta allows indie artists to upload their own songs to the music streamer

Spotify, the world's most popular streaming music site, is looking to expand its library of tunes from independent artists. Right now, indie artists can add their songs to Spotify by either signing with a major record label (which aspiring musicians will tell you is not an easy thing to accomplish) or by employing a third-party service like TuneCore. The latter will put songs from unsigned musicians on over 150 platforms, allowing them to sell their songs on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, Tidal, Deezer and others.Spotify is beta testing a new service aimed squarely at indie artists. Musicians invited to...
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Amazon’s new Alexa-ready products are now available for preorder

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Twitch is now blocked in China

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