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Trump retweets GIF of him hitting Clinton with golf ball

<b>(CNN) —</b> President Donald Trump retweeted an edited video Sunday morning that showed him swinging a golf club and appearing to hit his former presidential campaign rival Hillary Clinton with a golf ball.<p>The animated GIF image Trump retweeted spliced together footage of Trump taking a swing on a golf …

Donald Trump

This Jain Couple Is Giving Up Their 3-Year-Old Daughter ₹100 Crore Business To Become Monks

This couple from Madhya Pradesh had everything that most people look for in an 'ideal' happy life.<p>Sumit Rathore, now 35, took a degree in …

What Apple and Qualcomm are really fighting about

Back in 1990 when<p>Qualcommwas a start-up, it was spending so much on a new approach to cellular communications that it struggled to make payroll.<p>So the San Diego firm began peddling its 50 patents to mobile phone and network gear makers. It negotiated upfront fees to fund research, as well as an …

Mobile

Economists quantified what sleep deprivation does to mothers’ pay and productivity

When Joan Costa-Font became a father, the health economist noticed a dramatic drop in his productivity. “And I am the man,” he said, acknowledging that the effect was clearly worse on his wife.<p>He and Sarah Flèche, a labor economist, decided to quantify the productivity drop. The novel way they …

Income Inequality
Donald Trump

Vladimir Putin just took the upper hand in his first public meeting with Donald Trump

Finally, it’s happened: After being associated in news stories, commentary and speculation for months, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin, who had only spoken telephonically, finally met in Hamburg, Germany at the G20.<p>History shows that first impressions matter when it comes to Washington-meets-Moscow …

Russia

Psychologists have identified the kind of emotional intelligence that makes internet trolls so mean

What is it with people’s behavior online? Why the readiness to attack, the snarky tone, the lack of courtesy inherent to so many comments? The internet can bring out the worst in people, which when taken to extremes turns into trolling—that bizarre impulsive habit of hurting others online, without …

Psychology

Computer printers have been quietly embedding tracking codes in documents for decades

In 2004, when color printers were still somewhat novel, PCWorld magazine published an article headlined: “Government Uses Color Laser Printer Technology to Track Documents.”<p>It was one of the first news reports on a quiet practice that had been going on for 20 years. It revealed that color printers …

Surveillance

Not happy with the service? Don't pay the service charge at hotels, restaurants from now on

The government on Monday issued a statement clarifying that hotels, restaurants and companies cannot include 'service charges' as part of various …

Demonetisation takes toll on investment, manufacturing

The worst fears about demonetisation taking a toll on the economy seem to be coming true.<p>There has been a sharp fall in new investment proposals …

With assembly polls due this year, will the penny drop for Modi in 2017?

A few days ago, I was standing in the complex of the Tanot Mata temple, close to the India-Pakistan border. “How are things?” I asked the man selling …

Donald Trump makes top Republican fear environmental future

<b>A leading US Republican says she fears for the future of her seven grandchildren with Donald Trump in the White House.</b><p>Christine Todd Whitman, head of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under George W Bush, accused Mr Trump of ignoring compelling science.<p>And she warned that his threat to …

Clean Technology

Trump says hackers can't be caught after a cyberattack — here's why that's wrong

Michael Borohovski, a cybersecurity expert with experience working with the intelligence community and chief technology officer of Tinfoil Security, says investigators have methods of uncovering the identity of attackers long after they're gone.<p>"It's actually significantly harder to catch somebody …

Russia

9 Rules of Storytelling from Moneyball Writer Michael Lewis

“Have the nerve to be yourself” — and other advice from a master storyteller<p>Michael Lewis is the <i>New York Times</i> bestselling author of multiple books …

Writing

Google's dueling doodles return to mark new season(s)

Our boulder buddies return in a pair of doodles to welcome winter in the Northern Hemisphere and summer in the Southern Hemisphere.<p>The longest night is upon us.<p>The winter solstice arrives in the Northern Hemisphere on Wednesday, ushering in winter on what is also the shortest day of the year. …

Surprising reason mosquitoes are booming in U.S.

(NEWSER) – Disease-spreading mosquitoes are rapidly multiplying in the US—and surprisingly it doesn't appear to have anything to do with climate change.<p>Mosquito populations in New York, New Jersey, and California have increased as much as tenfold in the past 50 years, and the number of mosquitoes …

Viruses

Qualcomm Announces Real Windows for ARM

Qualcomm will be able to run real Windows 10, including Win32 emulation, on its ARM-based processors.<p>PCMag reviews products independently, but we may …

As it spreads online and off, Pizzagate gets weirder and more dangerous

This past Sunday, a man fired a rifle into Comet Ping Pong, the Washington, DC pizza place at the center of an internet conspiracy theory dubbed Pizzagate that claims, in part, that the restaurant is a haven for a child abuse ring. The gunman surrendered to police after he realized there were no …

Facebook patent hints at an automated solution for fake news

Facebook may have said that it's stepping up its fight against fake news in the past few weeks, but there are signs that it might have had a way to tackle this problem sooner. A recently published USPTO filing from 2015 reveals that Facebook has applied for a patent on technology that would …

Great Lessons from the YouTube School of Film

It’s hip to say you shouldn’t go to film school. Why would you? It costs a fortune and doesn’t give you any certainties as far as getting a job. Not …

Filmmaking

Tech companies move to target terrorist propaganda online

WASHINGTON (AP) — Facebook, Microsoft, Twitter and YouTube are joining forces to more quickly identify the worst terrorist propaganda and prevent it from spreading online.<p>The new program announced Monday would create a database of unique digital "fingerprints" to help automatically identify videos …

We may finally know why the Samsung Note 7 kept catching fire

The Note 7’s lithium-polymer battery is a flattened “jelly-roll” consisting of a positive layer made of lithium cobalt oxide, a negative layer made of graphite, and two electrolyte-soaked separator layers made of polymer. The separator layers allow ions (and energy) to flow between the positive and …

Clean Energy

Black Friday online sales to hit a record-breaking $3 billion, over $1 billion from mobile

Black Friday online shopping is continuing to grow, and this Friday was another record-breaking day. According to a new report out this evening from Adobe, which has been tracking e-commerce transactions throughout the sales holiday, Black Friday is on track to set a new record by surpassing the $3 …

The New York Times just bought a tech review website

Get ready for all the tech reviews fit to print.<p>The <i>New York Times</i> has acquired <i>The Wirecutter</i>, an online product review website focused on technology …

Higher Education

ZTE will make an eye-tracking, self-adhesive smartphone next year

Earlier this month ZTE kicked off voting for Project CSX, a contest in which ZTE could gather ideas from its customers on what to release in 2017. Today, the company has announced the results from that contest ─ a device with eye-tracking technology, and self-adhesive properties…<p>This project was …

Mobile Technology

Behance

Texas Runs To The Supreme Court With Voter ID Law, But It Won't Matter In This Election

Texas on Friday asked the Supreme Court to take a long, hard look at its voter ID law ― weakened after legal challenges stripped it of much of its teeth.<p>State officials filed a formal appeal asking justices to review a July ruling that found the law had a discriminatory effect on minority voters …

Judiciary