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Apple orders two seasons of Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon TV drama

 Apple’s original content ambitions just landed some premiere talent, per The Hollywood Reporter: A drama series focused on a fictional version of the morning TV show world, based on background from CNN media reporter Brian Stelter’s book ‘Top of the Morning: Inside the Cutthroat World of Morning TV’ and starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon has been picked… Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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Skype launches Photo Effects – sticker suggestions powered by machine learning

 Not content with merely launching its own take on Instagram and Snapchat’s Stories, Skype today is adding another copycat-like feature to its app: photo stickers. The company says it’s introducing new “Photo Effects” (as it’s calling these stickers), which include things like face masks, decorative borders, witty captions, and more. However, unlike the photo… Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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“When you spend $100 million on social media,” it comes with help, says Trump strategist

 Earlier today, at the Web Summit conference in Lisbon, Brad Parscale, the digital director of Donald Trump’s presidential election campaign, revealed much more about Trump’s election campaign and the role that Facebook played in it. In conversation with renowned investigative journalist Michael Isikoff, Parscale also suggested that if anyone was seeking out support from the… Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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Geospatial imaging service Enview raises $6 million to manage energy and utility infrastructure

 Over the past 20 years there have been 11,459 accidents across the network of oil and gas pipelines that crisscross the U.S. The toll in human lives and financial damages is severe and something that can be avoided. Technology startup Enview has developed tools for geospatial analytics that oil and gas companies and utilities are beginning to use to monitor and manage their networks. Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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Amazon is selling its own private label diapers again, now under the Mama Bear brand

 Amazon quietly launched its own private label diapers on its site last week, this time under the Mama Bear brand. The brand, which already sells other baby items like baby food and diaper pail refills, is now carrying size newborn through size 6 diapers. However, shoppers will have to request an invite to purchase the items, as they’re still being launched. The arrival of Amazon’s… Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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