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Information Security

5 surprising facts you didn't know about MLK

Tim Wise, the anti-racist author and educator, once said white America celebrated Martin Luther King Jr. "on their own terms, not his." As Wise wrote …

Black History

How to break the habit of checking your phone all the time

Smartphone dependency is everywhere. Take a glance at your day-to-day life and you'll notice your friends are a bit too preoccupied with their …

Psychology
Hard Brexit

India

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Dropbox for Business API officially announced for corporate IT systems

Dropbox today officially announced its Dropbox for Business API allowing corporate IT systems to integrate the cloud-syncing platform for businesses into their own solutions. Dropbox says its newly announced Business API (application programming interface) will let developers take advantage of …

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 should be officially recalled – US consumer watchdog

Consumer Reports calls for firm to initiate full-scale recall involving US consumer safety commission, to stop resale of dangerous phones after some exploded<p>US product safety and testing non-profit organisation Consumer Reports has called for Samsung to initiate an official recall of all of its …

Galaxy Note

Cyborg stingray swims toward light, breaks new ground

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — The idea of taking apart a rat's heart and transforming it into a tissue-engineered stingray first came to Kevin Kit Parker during a trip to the New England Aquarium with his daughter.<p>Four years later, a robotic ray that swims toward light has made the cover of Science …

Robotics

Pediatricians' new warning: Limit children's exposure to cellphones

There are now more cellphones in use in the United States than there are people. But how safe are they?<p>U.S. government agencies including the FCC (which decides how much radiation mobile phones are allowed to emit) say there is little to be concerned about.<p>But others beg to differ. Earlier this …

Radiation
North Africa

India Heat Wave: Death Toll Passes 1,000 With Scorching Temperatures; No Relief In Sight

The death toll from a crippling heat wave in India has passed 1,000 people in just one week, the BBC reported Tuesday. The country reportedly has …

Singapore Airlines jet plunges 4,000m after losing power in both engines

Airlines announces investigation after Airbus A330-300 carrying 194 people suffered engine failures travelling from Singapore to Shanghai<p>A Singapore Airlines Airbus with 182 passengers and 12 crew on board lost power to both engines en route to Shanghai - falling 3,962m (13,000ft) - the airline …

Engines

Rajasthan High Court bars Reliance Jio 4G towers

The Rajasthan High Court on Friday ordered all base towers — including Reliance Jio Infocomm’s 4G telecom services — erected without permission from …

5 simple internet safety tips from one of Google's information security engineers

Before Google hired him as its very first, full-time security engineer for its Chrome browser back in 2009, he'd already had experience working for IBM, the NSA, and the US Marine Corps.<p>As one of Google's tech lead managers for Chrome, he's now responsible for making sure the browser stays secure …

Information Systems

40 free resources every designer should know

<i>Jennifer Cirpici is a Dutch graphic designer and blogger. This post originally appeared on OtherFocus.</i><p>Ever wondered where designers get their resources to help them succeed with a project? Here is a list of great resources including sites, PSD. files, actions, UI elements, mock ups, et cetera. Best …

Mangalyaan sends pictures of Mars moon Phobos

Almost 20 days after it successfully entered the orbit of the Red Planet, ISRO’s Mars Orbiter on Tuesday sent pictures of Phobos — the largest of the …

BlackBerry Passport review

Pros<p>Decent display, powerful processor, good camera, physical keyboard, expandable memory, 4G, good battery life<p>Cons<p>Awkward shape, not as many apps …

The Rich Are Getting Richer And More Demanding

The report details the situation of high net worth individuals (HNWI), defined as those with $1 million or more in assets.<p>Bill Sullivan, head of global financial services market intelligence at Capgemini, explains that the report saw record wealth growth to $13.9 trillion in 2013, a 17.7% increase …

InterAct

Will iWatch Add $9 Billion To Apple's Top Line?

I admire the way Apple used to innovate — that is to introduce a much better product into a huge existing market and then take a big share of its profits. Last time Apple innovated was in January 2010 when it started selling the iPad.<p>Some suggest that the iWatch is the next Apple innovation — …

Mobile Phones May Soon Be Charged Using Sound

Packed with apps and running full-time on the Internet, mobile phones are turning into energy guzzlers. But in the near future, you will just need to …

Murder Suspect Is Linked to Screenshot of 'Siri' Search for Where to Hide a Body

<b>Correction appended, Aug. 13</b><p>A man accused of killing a fellow student in Florida was linked by authorities Tuesday to an image purportedly of an …

Crime

Looking for Inspiration? Take a Hike.

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>Want to generate new ideas? Throw on your walking shoes.<p>A recent study published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology by Stanford University researchers Marily Oppezzo, a doctoral student in education psychology, and Daniel Schwartz, …

Creativity

Whirlpool's new machine freshens your clothes in 10 minutes flat

Odds are that you're used to ironing some of your clothes to keep them wrinkle-free, or taking them to the dry cleaners when you can't (or just won't) put them through a washing machine. No great shakes, right? Well, Procter & Gamble and Whirlpool apparently believe that these are terrible burdens …

Edward Snowden Wants You To Ditch Dropbox For This Service

He thinks Dropbox, the cloud storage firm with over 200 million users, is "hostile to privacy," and urged people to switch to what he calls more-secure storage services like SpiderOak.<p>"Dropbox is a targeted wannabe PRISM partner," Snowden told The Guardian. "They just put Condoleezza Rice on their …

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