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Network Security Tue Jun 13 2017 15:19:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- In this year's annual event, Apple announced that the company had paid out $70 Billion to developers in the App Store's lifetime and that $21 Billion of the amount was paid in the last year alone. But has all this money gone to the legitimate app dev
Whether you love it, hate it, or can't seem to make your mind up about it — there's no denying that you've probably come across Hawaiian pizza at some point in your life. Sam Panopoulus, the man credited with first putting pineapple on pizz
The first trailer for Life of Kylie was cryptic, but we're finally getting closer to learning what, exactly, we don't know about Kylie Jenner.  There's so much more to Kylie Jenner than we could even fathom. She hiccups. She takes selfies wi
We live in an increasingly impatient society, our every whim catered for by technology. There’s a lot to be said for it… and against it. A big bone of contention right now is contactless payments. This might be using a card &#
When you’re done using your computer, do you click the Start button, click the Power icon, and then Shut Down? This is the extent of many users’ interactions with the power button in Windows 10. But there’s a lot more yo
As pervasive as conferences and lectures are, especially in tech, its surprising that you dont see a lot of products… As pervasive as conferences and lectures are, especially in tech, its surprising that you dont see a lot of products&h
A Mr. Magazine Musing Comparing The First Five Months Of 2017 To 2016 As I surveyed the Mr. Magazine Launch Monitor for the first five months of 2017, I couldnt ignore that the musing I am about to write comes to you with a slight bittersweet positiv
Technology develops at a frightening pace, and it’s a full-time job trying to keep up with all the latest gadgets and innovations. What’s worse, technology can also be a money pit. It seems we need to replace our gadgets every cou
Still some tickets left for magCulture Meets Anxy this Thursday. End of an era: The Guardian will be changing format to tabloid to save money. Reading University, until 14 July: an exhibition of influential type mag Emigr. A look back at New Zealands
I have never been more excited about a launch! Why? Because for the first time I feel like I’m doing things in the RIGHT order. Even though 2 Create a Website has had tremendous amounts of success, I always felt like I did a lot of things b
Last December, a cyber attack on Ukrainian power grid caused the power outage in the northern part of Kiev the country's capital and surrounding areas, causing a blackout for tens of thousands of customers for an hour and fifteen minutes around midni
Trump's full cabinet finally met, and it was an eerie affair, primarily because it played out like the pilot episode of America's Next Top Sycophant. It didn't sit well with Stephen Colbert, who called out the cabinet members for "fawning" over Trump
Sharp has sued China's Hisense Electric, which licensed the Sharp brand for televisions sold in the U.S., accusing Hisense of putting the Sharp name on poor-quality TVs and deceptively advertising them (alternative source). From a report: The court a
 Astro is today rolling out a new bot that merges Slack and email. The bot will allow you to receive your most critical emails within Slack, write and respond to emails using Slack usernames, as well as share important emails – and
If you want readers to donate, you have to ask often. It sounds obvious, but it’s a strategy many news organizations have been forced to become more comfortable with, and one that takes a lot of resources to really get right. Before Hawaii&
Think back to your first day of school (that you can remember), and take a moment to relive some of those feelings: excitement, worry, happiness, fear and maybe a little nausea. There were a lot of new faces and some familiar ones which helped ease t
Most forward-leaning brands have social media teams using social listening software to aggregate, filter, sort and manually respond to conversations. These platforms have become essential for brands to know what their customers are saying about their
When you install Apple's iTunes software on Windows, a lot of extra components are installed automatically with no option to prevent this from happening. The most recent version of iTunes at the time of writing for instance -- iTunes 12.6.1 for Windo
A year has gone by since the world met two amazingconsumer-grade PC VR headsets. But a lot has happened since then. For anyone still sitting on the fence about which to buy, we thought we’d explain the differences, and our experiences with
Windows has a core set of keyboard shortcuts that have remained the same for several versions. No matter if you’re using Windows XP, Windows 7, or Windows 10, you’ll find that basic key combinations perform the same functions:Ctrl
 Bethesda has been getting its money out of that whole Skyrim thing. Today at Sony’s E3 2017 press conference, the studio announced it would be rereleasing Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim on PlayStation VR this November. The company alread
After its reinvigoration some years ago, Geico is again breathing freshness into its "It's What You Do" campaign ... using a blast from the past. (When you think they'll zag, they zig!) In "Side Effects," launching today, a woman at a pharmacy gets t
Being resourceful is important, and job descriptions always change. I can admit it now; I  was completely clueless about a lot of things in my first job out of college. From navigating complicated office hierarchies to know
 Squeezable sides are a very bad reason to buy a phone. Especially now, when the U11’s Edge Sense doesn’t do a whole hell of a lot. Who knows, perhaps one day it will do much more than simply launching favorite apps. But
 There are a lot of headlines today about tech getting a slap in the face on Wall Street — particularly Apple which is down more than 3%. These guys are actually down only a few percentage points but for the largest companies in th
The world eats a lot of chickens. And that means a lot of surplus feathers. Time for some upcycling. Every year, we kill more than 50 billion chickens for food, and, as global appetite for white meat increases, that number is only likely to grow.&amp
With its newest tablets, Apple has left much alone–but its quest to make their screens as gorgeous and responsive as possible is a never-ending battle. You can suss out a lot about Apple’s priorities from the aspects of a produc
When fashion designer Tish Cox decided to grow her business, she found a factory where blind sewers create garments with impeccable craftsmanship. Elaina Tillinghast, a 54-year-old seamstress, spends her days in a Dallas clothing factory sewing blous
C4Q has had a lot of success teaching New Yorkers from low-income, underserved communities to code and then getting them jobs. Now it’s asking them to donate a percentage of their new, much-increased salary to help expand the program. One
Hacking voice recognition devices. Turning client stores into polling places. Helping schoolchildren with access to clean clothes. Making a bag of chips that can detect booze on your breath and call you an Uber. The creative directors and associate c
 There are so many great robotics projects underway that it’s hard to pick the best to appear at TC Sessions: Robotics, which is coming to MIT’s Kresge Auditorium on July 17. The agenda is full with lots of robots accompa
One bronze statue will be chasing lots of gold ones on the Croisette next week, as McCann's Fearless Girl enters the Cannes Lions festival as a heavy favorite for hardware. But it's hardly the only brilliant work that will be jostling for attention i
Humans tend to show their mothers love with things like phone calls, hugs, and a commercialized holiday dedicated to the wonderful women who brought us into this strange and confusing world. However, hippo affection is simply just strange and confusi
 The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has bestowed its highest ever SUV safety rating to Tesla’s Model X. The Model X earned a 5-star rating in every category and sub-category that NHTSA tests, using the government bo
There will soon be a new player in the electric car space, with a big name backing it — but the company has a lot to prove before it can legitimately threaten Tesla.   Renowned auto designer Henrik Fisker just released the first fu
Blame it on Marvel. Ever since The Avengers proved there was big money in the "shared universe" model, every studio's tried to launch their own, with varying degrees of success. The latest attempt kicks off with The Mummy, the first in a whole "Dark
Couples and families are using the hashtag #LovingDay all over social media today to celebrate interracial relationships that would have been illegal in the U.S. before a landmark civil rights case 50 years ago. SEE ALSO: The official 'Loving' traile
The lower 48 states are split in more ways than just politics on Monday. A jet stream that is coiled like a snake is causing hot and humid air to surge northeast out of the Great Plains and South, with high temperatures of between 10 to 25 degrees Fa
Designer and musician Vahakn Matossian from Human Instruments has created a unique custom musical instrument using conductive paint.  It's designed to cater to musicians with varying degrees of physical mobility and was created in collaborat