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Ubuntu 17.10: Finally, an exciting Ubuntu release by https://is.gd/ePcNMx

The days of the boring Ubuntu releases are over. The release of Ubuntu 17.10 was going to be the final iteration to include the ousted Unity desktop interface.

Instead of following the pattern Ubuntu has held since it attempted to bring convergence to the Linux desktop, Canonical is going to jettison its in-house desktop earlier than originally scheduled.

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How Facebook Messenger Bots Work (And If They’re Right For You) by https://is.gd/S4hAjA

Remember back in the ’80s, when we all thought that by the year 2000, we’d own flying cars and have legit robot maids like the Jetsons did? It felt like the future was just around the corner!

Fast forward to today – Siri, Cortana, and Alexa have showed up in our phones and living rooms, listening to our voices and doing their very best to carry out our demands.

If you paid attention to a little announcement earlier this year, you might think that Facebook chat bots (or “chat extensions”) are the next part of the future – the future future? – and they’re taking over social media marketing.

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The link between video games and unemployment by https://is.gd/7lgFnj

IN 2016 the video-gaming industry racked up sales of about $100bn, making it one of the world’s largest entertainment industries. The games on offer run the gamut from time-wasting smartphone apps to immersive fantasy worlds in which players can get lost for days or weeks.

But are video games causing the young to turn on and drop out?

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See what’s new in Firefox 54.0! by https://is.gd/4pRQ28

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Release Notes tell you what’s new in Firefox 54.0. As always, we welcome your feedback. You can also file a bug in Bugzilla or see the system requirements of this release.

Today’s release is the first to run Firefox using multiple operating system processes for web page content, making Firefox 54.0 faster and more stable than ever. Learn more about how multiple processes strike a “just right” balance between performance and memory use on the Mozilla Blog. Dive into the details (including performance benchmarks) on Medium.

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