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Archives for April 16, 2019

US: WH staffers fear Mueller Report will expose them as sources

By Jeffrey Rodack From Newsmax Some current and former White House staffers are worried the soon-to-be-released report by special counsel Robert Mueller will reveal them as the sources of damaging information relating to President Donald Trump, NBC News is reporting. A redacted version of the report is set to be released on Thursday. Some of those who […]

Hero priest saved Crown of Thorns

By Jeffrey Rodack From Newsmax Jean-Marc Fournier, chaplain of the Paris Fire Brigade, is being hailed as a hero after he rushed in the blazing Notre Dame cathedral to save Jesus Christ’s Crown of Thorns. As emergency workers formed a “human chain” to pull out historic relics, he also was able to save the Blessed […]

Solar Cow provides free electricity to incentivize school attendance in Africa

By B Kara Weinsten From Core77 You won’t be able to drink from these cows… YOLK, the company known for creating compact, transportable solar panels has created the Solar Cow, a solution providing free electricity to rural areas while incentivizing parents to send their children to school. According to YOLK, in Africa, child labor prevents […]

International outreach mission builds relationships, promotes hurricane preparedness

By Lt. Col. Marnee A.C. Losurdo, 403rd Wing Public Affairs / From US Air Force KEESLER AIR FORCE BASE, Miss. (AFNS) — Hurricane season starts June 1 and to help communities prepare, the Air Force Reserve Hurricane Hunters and a team of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration forecasters visited six throughout Mexico and the Caribbean […]

Coachella music festival

15 surreal photos from Coachella that take you inside the most famous music festival on Earth By Meredith Cash From Business Insider Coachella is one of the most famous music and arts festivals on the globe. The festival welcomes artists to Indio, California, to perform while fans and celebrities pack the grounds for two jam-packed weekends. […]

Homeless man admits death threats to Premier

By Owain Johnston-Barnes From Royal Gazette A homeless man who threatened to cut off the Premier’s head pleaded guilty to two charges of making death threats yesterday. Jared Gordon, 29, admitted he sent two threatening e-mails to David Burt. But he denied a count of blackmail, and the prosecution said it would not proceed with […]

Nearly 70 percent of hotel websites leak personal data, Symantec study finds

By Amrita Khalid From engadget The study looked at more than 1,500 hotels across 54 countries. A security flaw may be hiding in that confirmation email you get after booking a hotel room. A Symantec study of more than 1,500 hotels found that 67 percent of them were unwittingly leaking guests’ personal information. The hotels in the […]

Ford CEO says the company ‘overestimated’ self-driving cars

By Amrita Khalid From engadget Ford thinks there will be limits on what first self-driving cars can do. Ford CEO Jim Hackett scaled back hopes about the company’s plans for self-driving cars this week, admitting that the first vehicles will have limits. “We overestimated the arrival of autonomous vehicles,” said Hackett, who once headed the company’s autonomous […]

3-year-old kid locks his father’s iPad for 48 years, Twitter suggests time travel as solution

Financial Express From Yahoo Finance When it comes to security and data privacy Apple seems to lead the pack by miles. Apple is known for its security whether it is the iPhone or any other computing device. Recently a man got locked out of his iPad for 48 years after his child entered the wrong […]

Gadget of the week

The Swiss Designer Bringing Human-Centered Solutions to Milan By Alexandra Akexa From Core77 Reto Togni presented a smarter wheelchair and a quick fix for war-torn houses There’s no shortage of beautiful product launches during Milan Design Week, but that’s certainly not all you’ll find. This year we have our eye on the Design Switzerland exhibition, […]