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Archive | Digital-Lifestyle

Hopefully Your iPhone Purchase Can Wait: Better Deals and Better iPhones Expected in September 2019

September is the time of year when Apple introduces better iPhones with better features and lowers the price of existing high-end phones. The new top, high-end iPhone might be called the Apple iPhone 11 Pro, according to rumors. Also, some of the high-end features that are exclusive on higher-end iPhones (XS and XS Max) may […]

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Arlington Cardinal Suspended by Facebook; Latest Travesty This Month After Being Suspended for Sharing an Image of a Portillo’s Hot Dog a Year Ago

Sometime during the early morning hours on Monday August 12, 2019 Facebook suspended CARDINAL NEWS for sharing an article on July 19, 2017 (YES, 2017!). Facebook claimed the sharing of the article from UK Daily Mail was against Facebook’s community standards. This suspension was the latest of many previous suspensions that stuck for a significant […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle, Law

Ladies: Facebook Finds Article About ‘Real Women’ and Expectant Mothers Celebrating the Female Body Obscene and a Violation of Community Standards

Yes, all Arlingtoncardinal.com and Cardinal News Facebook pages are suspended again for violating Facebook Community Standards. Why? One of our automatic feeds, which we no longer use due to potentially “unsafe” third party media sources, shared an article on July 19, 2017 (YES, 2017!) that Facebook says goes against Facebook’s community standards. NOTE: Facebook went […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle, Law

Keep an Eye Out for These Top Video Game Trends: Streaming, Classic Games and More

How do old games come back from the dead? No Clips interviewed the people at GOG (gog.com) about the work they do to hunt down & release classic games, and their mission to encourage more DRM free releases. Video games have proven to be an impressive form of entertainment, one that has spawned numerous trends […]

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Posted in Biz, Digital-Lifestyle

Fun and Educational Apps that Teach Kids How to Code

More and more, kids are being introduced to the wonderful world of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics). Show them the power and fun of coding with these apps that teach kids how to code. The world of STEM is becoming increasingly geared toward children, and one such topic with a lot of buzz around […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle, Smart

7 Tips on How to Market Your Business on Instagram

There are few marketing tools as incredible as Instagram, and there are few social media platforms as successful as Instagram. Take advantage of this visual medium with these tips on how to market your business on Instagram. Official: Instagram.com/Arlingtoncardinal Instagram’s visual medium and easy sharing abilities make it the go-to app for users looking to […]

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Posted in Biz, Digital-Lifestyle

Changes in Gaming: The Google Stadia Game Streaming Service

Gaming technology is evolving every year, but many gamers don’t have the means to keep up. Google’s Stadia game streaming service should fix this issue. Since the invention of arcade games, the art of gaming has been a popular form of entertainment. And interest is only increasing as the technology to support our games becomes […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle

Cloudflare Outage Affects Many Websites Around the World with Major Internet Outage

Cloudflare — a content delivery network service, DDoS mitigation service, and Internet security and distributed domain name server service — was down about 15 minutes Tuesday morning, beginning at 8:56 AM CDT. The outage affected millions of websites worldwide. Cloudflare is a service that millions of website administrators use to improve speed and efficiency of […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle

Worldwide Partial Outage at Facebook Saturday June 29, 2019

According to the Facebook Outage Map for downdetector.com Saturday morning June 29, 2019 about 10:45 a.m. CDT, Facebook is experiencing a major outage in Europe with lesser problems in North America, South America, southern Africa, India, Southeast Asia and Japan. Users in the worst-case scenario areas are reporting inability to log in to Facebook. Lesser […]

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Is Sophia the Robot Advanced AI or a Publicity Stunt?

Jimmy Fallon’s skit demos three robots from all around the world, including MIT’s Mini Cheetah, a wearable tomato-feeding robot and Sophia, who returns to the show to introduce her little sister and sing with Jimmy Fallon in 2018. The debate over Sophia the Robot is on. Its creators present it as advanced AI and the […]

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Facebook Suspends Cardinal News Again! For Sharing CNN Article About Classic Led Zeppelin Album Cover Ban That CNN Says Was Reversed

Friday morning June 21, 2019, Cardinal News shared an article from CNN that published that Facebook has reversed a ban it placed on a classic Led Zeppelin album cover that shows images of naked children climbing the Giant’s Causeway in Northern Ireland. Cardinal News didn’t select the picture; Facebook’s Open Graph markup code automatically selected […]

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Posted in Digital-Lifestyle, Law

FCC Votes to Let Telecom Companies Stop Unwanted Phone Calls by Default

The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday June 6, 2019 to allow telecom providers to block illegal and unwanted calls before they reach telephone consumers. The FCC claims consumers will notice an immediate difference for those plagued by scam calls. The FCC reported they received over 200,000 consumer complaints per year. Specifically, the Commission approved […]

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Posted in Gov, Wireless Phones

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