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October 14, 2016, 1:55 AM

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Nick Statt / The Verge:
Samsung expects to lose about $3B in operating profit from Q4 2016 through Q1 2017 due to Note7 recall  —  The cost of playing with fire  —  Samsung says the Galaxy Note 7 discontinuation will cost it around $3 billion over the course of the next two fiscal quarters.
Steve Dent / Engadget:
Sarah Perez / TechCrunch:
Google updates Photos to automatically make GIFs out of videos using machine learning, correctly orient photos, and highlight memories or collections of photos  —  Google Photos was already one of the smartest cloud photo services available today, thanks to its search technology and built …
Washington Post:
Verizon general counsel says there's a “reasonable basis” to believe Yahoo hack will have a “material” impact on deal  —  Verizon on Thursday said that it was leaning toward declaring as a “material” event the massive data breach disclosed three weeks ago by Yahoo …
Frederic Lardinois / TechCrunch:
VMware and Amazon partner to bring VMware's infrastructure software to AWS starting in 2017  —  It's been an open secret that Amazon's AWS division and VMware were going to announce a partnership at a press conference in San Francisco later today.  Thanks to VMware mistakenly posting its announcement early …
Tinder:
Tinder debuts Smart Photos, which alternates and reorders profile photos to show best based on user interest; users saw up to 12% increase in matches in testing  —  Goodbye guesswork.  Hello right swipes.  —  Tinder has your back.  Starting today, we're implementing a brand new algorithm that maximizes your match potential.
Christine Wang / CNBC:
HP Inc. to cut between 3K and 4K jobs by 2019, starting in 2017; company expects savings of $200-$300M beginning FY 2020, with $350-$500M in restructuring costs  —  HP Inc. said on Thursday that it expects 3,000 to 4,000 employees to exit between fiscal 2017 and fiscal 2019.
Jemima Kiss / Guardian:
Google News rolls out “fact check” tag for stories on web and mobile apps, starting in the US and UK  —  Launched today, fact check will now appear as a label among news search results alongside other labels such as opinion, local source and highly cited
Kurt Wagner / Recode:
Periscope launches Periscope Producer, letting select users stream any live-video feed on Periscope without using Periscope's mobile app  —  So now you can stream stuff from places other than your phone.  —  Twitter-owned Periscope wants more high-quality video content — the kind of video that's not usually captured on a smartphone.
Ken Yeung / VentureBeat:
Pinterest says it now has 150M MAUs, up from 100M in September 2015; 40% of new signups are men, and 75% are from outside the US  —  Pinterest revealed today that more than 150 million people use its visual bookmarking and ideas service, with more than 75 billion “ideas” shared.

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