Bryan AuYeung

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Please Make Yourselves at Home in My Airbnb and Have Sex

Dear Airbnb Renters,<p>Thanks for choosing to stay at my place this weekend! I hope you have a lovely time here. Below are some guidelines for your visit—if you need anything at all, don’t hesitate to ask! Please make yourselves at home and have sex.<p>Just to be clear: I know that having sexual …

Living Rooms

Man Takes Wife To Play Her First Game Of Golf What Happens Next Is Priceless

These are the 10 best airlines in the world

Decades ago, flying was an incredible privilege. Travelers would don their sharpest duds and dine on real, non-plastic glassware. Boarding the plane …

Air New Zealand

Mexico declares all-out war after rising drug cartel downs military helicopter

‘The full force of the Mexican state will be felt in Jalisco’ New Generation Jalisco Cartel killed 15 and 19 injured in coordinated attacks<p>Mexico has declared an all-out offensive against the relatively new drug cartel which shot down an army helicopter during a weekend of coordinated attacks …

Mexico

What we know, don't know about Freddie Gray's arrest

<b>(CNN) —</b> New information released Thursday adds complexity, and even more questions, to the already confusing picture of what happened to Freddie Gray after his arrest.<p>The transport van that carried Gray made a previously unknown stop along its route from where he was arrested to the police station. …

Justice

Nasty Boeing Dreamliner bug could shut down your plane in midair

If you’re a nervous flyer, look away now: Boeing has discovered a bug in its software that could potentially shut down a plane’s power units without …

Kindle Fire

Famous picture missing for 120 years found - in Bamber Gascoigne's house

A missing study of Flaming June, thought to have been missing for 120 years, has been discovered - in Bamber Gascoigne's house<p>When Bamber Gascoigne unexpectedly inherited a stately home from his aristocratic aunt, he knew it could be filled with family treasures and keepsakes.<p>After opening up rooms …

Art

This dangerous practice allows police to injure suspects without ever laying a hand on them

An investigation is under way to determine exactly how 25-year-old Freddie Gray sustained his fatal injuries while in the back of a Baltimore PD police van last month.<p>Gray was arrested in April on suspicion of possessing a switchblade and died a week later after suffering a severe spinal cord …

Justice

Why planes used to fly half full

Not so long ago, airlines used to fly their planes half full.<p>This isn't a hypothetical scenario, or the start of a joke. In 1970, only 49% of the seats were occupied on a typical flight, according to Michael Sivak, a professor at the University of Michigan's Transportation Research Institute. Now, …

Aviation

American Airlines forced to ground flights by software glitch in pilots' iPads

The world’s largest airline switched from heavy paper files to iPads for pilots to view flight plans and maps, but screens for some suddenly went blank<p>The world’s largest airline was forced to ground dozens of domestic flights in the US after iPad tablet devices issued to pilots to view maps, …

Joke tweet sparks debate over airline computer security

When it comes to security, airlines have never been known for their sense of humor.<p>That became particularly apparent this month to a cybersecurity expert who joked during a flight about hacking into a commercial airplane's avionics computers through its wireless Internet system.<p>It prompted a quick …

In just 24 hours, Apple Watch outsold all Android Wear devices ever

It’s too early to tell exactly how well the Apple Watch will do in the grand scheme of things, or even if it will ultimately win the wearable war. …

Wearable Tech

Slightly Slighted, Apple’s Diehards Still Do The Launch Day Lineup

<b>Editor’s Note:</b> <i>Fitz Tepper is a junior in the Marshall School of Business at The University of Southern California. He’s been a passionate Apple fan and developer for over 10 years, and loves covering the business-side of startups.</i><p>Thursday night at around 8pm I settled in line to wait for the launch …

Apple Watch

Migrant boat crisis: the story of the Greek hero on the beach

One compelling image has come to represent all the Greek people who treated desperate migrants like fellow human beings<p>It was an image that came to symbolise desperation and valour: the desperation of those who will take on the sea – and the men who ferry human cargo across it – to flee the ills …

Heroism

The Pastel Hair Color Trend Is Making People’s Hair Look Truly Amazing

Move over, granny hair. There’s a new trend in town, and it’s to “dye” for.<p>Apparently, pastel shades are no longer limited to wedding themes and …

Nepal earthquake: Rescue effort intensifies

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/1162000/1162912_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524696924_a27ffc75869426960c67495528bc20d1<p><b>Relief efforts in Nepal are intensifying after more than 2,300 people were killed in the worst earthquake there in more than 80 years.</b><p>Rescue missions …

Natural Disasters

Look how similar red-hot Chinese startup Xiaomi's products are to Apple's designs

Xiaomi, founded by CEO Lei Jun, is often referred to as the "Apple of China," not least because of the famed devotion of its fans. The company holds worldwide flash sales for its customers and throws them parties in expensive nightclubs— and they love the company for it.<p>But Xiaomi is like Apple in …

Xiaomi