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YouTube Bans Firearm Sales and How-To Videos, Prompting Backlash

YouTube, a popular media site for firearms enthusiasts, this week quietly introduced tighter restrictions on videos involving weapons, becoming the …


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Camping Magazine Awards 2018 - The Best Accessories

Find out the winning camping gear and accessories in our annual Editor's Choice awards for 2018, ...<br>(RSS generated with FetchRss)

18 Amazing Tricks Only Netflix Pros Know

Spend a good portion of your free time cuddled up in front of Netflix? Hey, us too! You'd think all those minutes in front of the screen would …


5:2 dieters lose weight 'quicker' and may have healthier hearts - new study

People on the part-time “5:2” diet lose weight more quickly and are more healthy than those undertaking a consistent, traditional diet, a new study suggests.<p>UK researchers found that 5:2 dieters were able to achieve at least five per cent of their weight-loss target within two months while enjoying …

Holistic Medicine

18 Jokes About "Star Wars" That Are Slightly Mean, But You'll Still Laugh

"The only thing Star Wars fans hate more than people who hate Star Wars, is Star Wars."

Star Wars

Robots break new ground in construction industry

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — As a teenager working for his dad's construction business, Noah Ready-Campbell dreamed that robots could take over the dirty, tedious parts of his job, such as digging and leveling soil for building projects.<p>Now the former Google engineer is turning that dream into a reality …


The 24-year-old billionaire heiress to the Dell fortune left social media after exposing her family to security risks — here's her advice for teens on apps

Alexa Dell, the 24-year-old daughter of the tech billionaire and entrepreneur Michael Dell, grew up in Austin, Texas, on a sprawling estate called the Castle with her parents and four siblings, getting an at-home master class on building world-changing technologies.<p>But as tech royalty, Alexa Dell …

Social Media

According to This Study, You Should Buy Your Kids Legos If You Want Them to Get Into Great Schools

Everyone loves Legos, right? You can build just about anything with the fun and colorful little bricks, and there are plenty of expansion sets to …


Healthy Foods You Can Make in an Instant Pot

With the help of an Instant Pot, healthy cooking is easier than ever before. Multi-purpose and incredibly fast, this electric pressure cooker also …


The three crises of liberal democracy

We now swim in dangerous waters, and we can no longer take the persistence of liberal democracy for granted<p>Over the past few years, I have frequently been reminded of David Foster Wallace’s commencement address at Kenyon College in 2005. Wallace began with the story of two fish swimming together, …

Political Science

Best home theater upgrades from $20 to $2,500


5 benefits of almonds you might have missed

As the struggle to maintain a healthy diet plan within the realms of hectic work-life balance continues, there is a small change in your diet that …


The (Long) List of Financial Documents You Should Keep

In this season of paper piles, bursting files and inscrutable tax forms arriving in the mail, tip your cap to one aspect of the new tax bill. If you’re among the millions of people who will no longer be itemizing your deductions next year, there may just be less mess in your future.<p>This is no …


Russia Hacks Into U.S. Power Plants, But Nuclear Reactors Should Be Impervious

According to an alert from the United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team yesterday, Russia has hacked into many of our government entities and domestic companies in the energy, nuclear, commercial facilities, water, aviation and critical manufacturing sectors – essentially most of what makes …


It's official: Russia is targeting critical American infrastructure with 'malicious cyberattacks'

Russian cyber operatives are attacking critical American infrastructure such as energy grids, nuclear facilities, aviation systems, and water processing plants, according to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The report details numerous attempts, …


Now we know why Siri was so dumb for so long

It's no secret that Siri is way behind other voice assistants like the Google Assistant and Amazon's Alexa when it comes to comprehension and total …

Google Assistant

5 easy steps to getting started using Raspberry Pi

March 14 is known as Pi Day because the date represents the first three numbers in the mathematical constant π (3.14). We're celebrating with our …

Raspberry Pi

Dive into DIY robotics with this Raspberry Pi training

Raspberry Pi is a small but powerful microcomputer capable of programming with languages like Scratch and Python as well as interacting with Internet …

Raspberry Pi

This $50 home security cam has the same key feature as the $300 Nest Cam IQ

Nest has a reputation for two things. One is making awesome smart home devices, and the second is making devices that are very expensive. The Nest …

Smart Homes

New Fitbit Ace will 'nudge' couch potato kids to be more active

A fitness tracker is offering parents a way to get couch potato children off the sofa and away from the TV with a buzzing wristband reminding them to get up and active.<p>A new Fitbit wristband, designed for children over eight, can send reminders to get kids up and active, set family step challenges …

Wearable Tech

Doctors shocked by 3.5-inch air bubble where part of man’s brain should be | Ars Technica

The man was generally well and declined surgery to release the air, citing risks.<p>An 84-year-old man in Ireland stunned doctors when scans revealed …


A raft of flaws in AMD chips makes bad hacks much, much worse | Ars Technica

AMD says its Secure Processor is impenetrable. Instead, it can harbor malware.<p>Secure enclaves like the one found in iPhones are intended to be …

Information Security

Pressured by Trump, A.T.F. Revisits Bump Stock Rules

WASHINGTON — Days after 17 people were gunned down at a Florida high school last month, President Trump vowed to overhaul some of the nation’s gun laws, promising to “do more to protect our children.”<p>The president announced a string of changes, including a ban of so-called bump stock devices, which …


The 32 best things we ever bought on Amazon for under $25

<i>The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase.</i><p>Amazon<p>Amazon, land of 1 million things you need and 5 million options for each of them, has quickly become the one-stop shop for an insane …


The salvagers who raise World War Two tanks from the dead

Titanic tank battles were once fought on what is now Belarus. Now, a dedicated team of salvagers scour marsh and forest to find these forgotten reminders of World War Two.<p>When the German army attacked the Soviet Union in the summer of 1941, tanks were a crucial factor in their initial success. …


I Drank Moon Juice for One Week and Here’s What Happened

SO, WHAT IS IT EXACTLY?<p>MY WEEK WITH BLUE BEAUTY ADAPTOGENIC PROTEIN<p>HERE’S THE FINAL WORD<p>Moon Juice has had a cult following for its line of “dusts” that promise to help you look, think, and sleep better. While I love the concept (more zzz’s? Yes please!), the skeptic in me is wary of any line of …


People are obsessed with booking their vacations through Costco — and now there are even more benefits

Costco's travel service is fast becoming one of its biggest assets.<p>The retail giant has been offering members deals on hotels, flights, cruises, and rental cars since 2000. While it might not sound like the most glamorous way to book a trip, its customers can't get enough of it, including Business …