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Snowden slip-up leads to 47GB avalanche of Twitter e-mail notifications - CNET
"You can decide whether Edward Snowden is a whistleblower or a traitor.
I can now confirm, however, that he is unquestionably human.
Having joined Twitter a matter of hours ago, the temporary Muscovite took to it with gusto. He amassed more than 1 million followers, all keen to see what he thought of "Game Of Thrones." (That's what I imagine, at least.)
On Thursday, however, he made a confession. No, he didn't admit to advising Vladimir Putin on bombing Syria. Neither did he declare that he was currently reading Hillary Clinton's e-mails and finding them fascinating.
No, he admitted that he'd made a Twitter Faux-pas. "I forgot to turn off notifications," he tweeted. "Twitter sent me an email for each."
"The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 is a lightweight tablet that's a lightweight upgrade over last year's Galaxy Tab S. Andbeyond the thinner and lighter design, it can't keep up with the iPad Air 2.
There's still plenty of reason to invest in this reading and web surfing-friendly tablet. Its size and shape is better suited for everything but video, and for some, that's a big plus.
It has stronger multitasking functionality to rival iOS 9 and features that Google isn't premiering until the Android Marshmallow launch. Samsung is slightly ahead of other Android tablets, even if this year's update is as small as the form factor is thin."
Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 Review: A New Android Champion
"QUICK TAKEA beautiful display and powerful processor help make the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 9.7 the best Android tablet on the market today."
"In a world of $169 Chromebooks that are every bit as capable as Dell’s new offering (albeit not as fast or as flash) it may sound weird to welcome a true mid-range Chromebook.
But it fills a gap: businesses need devices that don’t just do what they need, but are able to withstand doing it.
To do in the office what it’s done in the classroom, Google needs its hardware partners to be making devices like this.
With 12 hours of battery life, a screen people will want to look at and extras like a backlit keyboard, the Dell Chromebook 13 rockets to the top of the recommendation tree for anyone needing something “more” than the currently available Chrome devices but without spending big on a Pixel.
And better yet you will be able to buy it, not just businesses."