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A Generic iPhone Charger Reportedly Shocked A Woman To Death, So Apple Is Selling Its Chargers For $10

Reports now suggest that she was using a faulty iPhone charger made by a third-party.<p>So this morning, Apple announced that it sell its name-brand chargers for just $10 to anyone who turns in a third-party charger.<p>Apple's statement:<p>Recent reports have suggested that some counterfeit and third party …

Outlook, Office, Skype, Bing, Breaking News, and Latest Videos

Join Rewards and earn points when you explore and search on MSN.<p>See your recent documents, or start one for free with Office Online.<p>Sign in to your …

Bank of England shows off piles of gold in its own shameless app

Wealth. Big stinking masses of it. That's what the Bank of England is letting you get a glimpse of through its own official app. A panoramic tour gives a scrollable view of an unspecified number of gold bars, each weighing in at 13kg and -- more importantly -- worth around £350,000 ($528,000). (But …

Free school meals kill Indian children

At least 20 children have died and up to 30 more are seriously ill after eating free meals at a primary school in eastern India.<p>The children, aged between six and 10, were fed rice and lentils at lunch at the government primary school in a small village in the poverty-stricken state of Bihar on …

Spy-spotter: joke about scary visit came true

Daniel Bangert, 28, told The Local he had joked about US spies reading what he had written - and had even told his friends he was waiting for a knock …

Surveillance

FDA sets new limits on arsenic in apple juice

Health news<p>Parents who have been fretting over the low levels of arsenic found in apple juice can feel better about buying one of their kids' favorite drinks.<p>The Food and Drug Administration is setting a new limit on the level of arsenic allowed in apple juice, after more than a year of public …

Pesticides

Angela Corey’s Overzealous Prosecution of Marissa Alexander

Angela Corey is angry. The Florida state attorney lashed out Tuesday at supporters of Marissa Alexander, who has been sentenced to 20 years in prison …

Student Loan Deal Set To Increase Borrowing Costs, Swell Government Profit

WASHINGTON -- A bipartisan Senate accord supported by the White House to overhaul the federal student loan program is forecast to boost government profit and increase borrowing costs in the coming years, leading student groups and some Democrats to denounce the deal.<p>The compromise, reached by eight …

Five hackers indicted for largest known financial data breach in US history

There are your everyday run-of-the-mill hackers, and then there are the hackers who set the bar for everyone else. Though we'd hardly call them exemplary individuals, the five culprits recently indicted for the largest known financial hack in US history would certainly belong in the latter …

Beautiful Pinhole Time-Lapses Captured Inside Camera Obscura Rooms

There’s nothing new about time-lapse photography, and calling the camera obscura new borders on insanity, but when you put the two together you get a …

3 Reasons to Shoot Vertical Aspect Landscapes and 6 Tips on How to Shoot Them

A Guest Contribution by Todd Sisson – author of our Landscape Photography eBook. The majority of landscape images are photographed in the horizontal …

Camera-Trap Images Offer a One of a Kind Look at Life on the Serengeti

Over the past few years, University of Minnesota researcher Ali Swanson has captured millions of photos of the animals of the Serengeti thanks to …

Keith Johnson: The Chosen Place and Celestial Navigation

Keith Johnson has been a long time photographer friend, in fact one of his photographs hangs in my house and I look at it on a daily basis, so in …

Interesting Photo of the Day: Supercell Storm Brewing

Looking like a scene from <i>The Wizard of Oz,</i> this remarkable photo shows an ominous supercell storm descending on a farm in Nebraska. Professional …

MPs given Glastonbury freebies by BBC

Two MPs were given free tickets to Glastonbury by the BBC, while thousands of disappointed fans were forced to stay at home because tickets sold out.<p>Both Pamela Nash and Ian Murray, Labour MPs for constituencies in Scotland, were given a guided tour of the BBC’s broadcast operation during the event.<p>…