A recent trend toward flashy finishes is giving phones a fresh, bold look.
Owners are complaining about backlight problems in the MacBook Pro 2016 and later, possibly because of the cable connection design.
It's not real, of course, but the video is pretty funny.
Bridgestone will use the service for data on "tire operating conditions."
It's the first Geely to employ the CMA chassis used by the Volvo XC40.
An Arizona state lawmaker has proposed a $20 fee on people who want to view online pornography in order to raise money for building a border wall between Arizona and Mexico.
Arizona House Bill 2444, proposed last week by State Rep. Gail Griffin (R-Hereford), would require makers and distributors of Internet-connected devices to ship such devices with blocking software "that renders a website that displays obscene material inaccessible by default." Under the bill, any Internet user who wants to deactivate the blocking software would have to pay "a onetime deactivation fee of at least $20 to the Arizona Commerce Authority."
The money would be used to establish what the bill calls the "John McCain Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Prevention Fund." That fund would "provide grants to government agencies and private entities that work to uphold community standards of decency for the purpose of strengthening families and developing, expanding or strengthening programs for victims of sex offenses."
Slighter gets your smoking habit under control one cigarette at a time.
Rami Malek's turn as Freddie Mercury is available to watch at home the same day as it earned five Oscar nominations.
<strong>[NSFW]</strong> Hardworking Americans keep busy during the government shutdown driving up smut traffic
You can make your own Yank joke here
NSFW links Recent statistics indicate that not is only the US government shutdown lengthening, so too is the amount of time spent in the Washington DC area on, ahem, adult pursuits.…
Two senior executives will move from Wiltshire but no jobs will be lost in the process.
Commentary: If any superhero movie can take home awards, it's surely Black Panther. But should the Academy Awards resist Marvel's cultural domination?
I got five correct out of eight.
Chinese tech giant warns it might transfer activities to countries "where we are welcomed".
Scientists often seem to be on a quest for sacred chalices or sterling ammo. But a group of microbiologists has now set out on a more odorous odyssey—one to find fantastical feces.
With data on poop’s therapeutic potential piling up, scientists have gotten wind of the possibility that some among us may be extraordinary excreters, dropping deuces with divine healing powers. In a review article published Monday, January 21 in Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, researchers at the University of Auckland dig out all the evidence for these deific defecators from the mound of studies on fecal microbiota transplantations, or FMTs.
An FMT is exactly what it sounds like—fecal matter containing gobs of gut microbes is dumped, squirted, gulped, or otherwise delivered into the bowels of patients. The idea is that the relocated microbial communities will restore or replace the patient’s own gut dwellers to improve health. Intestinal microbes can play a role in nutrition, metabolism, immune system function, and infection protection, after all. Thus, patients with gut communities that are imbalanced and dysfunctional—aka dysbiotic—or are overrun with pathogens stand to see health benefits from such an intestinal repoopulation.
A Dutch surgeon had information removed about a medical negligence suspension, according to The Guardian.
This remake will terrify you, but you won't be able to stop playing.
Proof that a flashy paint job can make all the difference.
Pragmatic chap looks at reality of international relations
FIC2019 A French diplomat has suggested that future global regulation of cyberspace could exempt spying from regulation "as long as some specific sectors are preserved".…
The companies will sell prismatic batteries to "various" automakers.
Commentary: Parts of the movie based on Alfonso Cuarón's story reflect my own childhood in Mexico City experiencing the privileges and contradictions of the middle class.