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The Food Lab: How To Make The Best Fajitas

GalleryThe Food Lab: How To Make The Best Fajitas<p>More<p>Mexican Food<p><i>Recetas deliciosas</i> to transport your tastebuds south of the border.<p>I'm not particularly proud of my time time spent working at the kinds of cheesy chain restaurants you'd find next to the Victoria's Secret at the mall, or perhaps in …

Michael Rusch on Twitter: "South African President Jacob Zuma official website"

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BuzzFeed on Twitter: ""After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more hills to climb""

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Quartz on Twitter: "Photos: Nelson Mandela’s story through his encounters with celebrities and leaders (AP)"

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7 Things You Can Learn From Nelson Mandela's Life

Apple Reportedly Developing Large Curved Screen iPhones For Late 2014, Better Touchscreen Sensors

Apple is said to be working on two curved display iPhone models for the “second half of next year,” according to a source speaking to Bloomberg, with a likely release planned for the third quarter, as well as better touchscreen sensors that introduce fine pressure sensitivity for later devices to …

Paul Krugman on America’s “mutilated” economy

The New York Times columnist says today’s austerity will harm the U.S. well into the future<p>In his latest column for the New York Times, award-winning economist and best-selling author Paul Krugman laments the potential long-term consequences of austerity on the U.S. economy and argues that …

David Yarrow face to face with nature – in pictures

Photographer David Yarrow travelled all over the globe to capture intimate portraits of wild animals in their natural habitats. Here he explains how he managed to get close up with lions, tigers and grizzly bears, and why his pictures had to be in black and white

Yup, Stephen Elop Should Kill Bing If He Gets The Microsoft CEO Gig

The Bloomberg report, which cites a few sources with knowledge of Elop's thinking, also says Elop would focus heavily on Microsoft Office, finally bringing it to iPhones, iPads, and Android devices as a way to lure people into the Windows ecosystem. Elop used to be in charge of Microsoft's Office …

Woz: If I were at Apple, we'd be partners with Google

In an interview with the BBC, the ever-quotable Apple co-founder laments that the iPhone can't have the best of Android too.<p>Parallel universes are always fun to contemplate.<p>So please mount the No. 42 bus with me to a world in which Tim Cook is still COO of Apple and Steve Wozniak is calling the …

Steve Wozniak

iOS 7 Lock Screen Vulnerability Discovered Which Gives Access To Photos And Social Sharing, Apple Is Working On Fix

Vulnerabilities in Apple’s iOS lock screens have become a fixture of new iOS releases over the past few years, and iOS 7 is not exempt. A new method for bypassing the passcode on a lock screen has been discovered by idle hands and reported by Forbes’ Andy Greenberg. <b>Update below</b>.<p>The lock screen …

Jony Ive: The man behind Apple's magic curtain

The reclusive and prolific Jony Ive, the man behind the Apple iPod, meets with USA TODAY for a rare interview about Apple's once and future mission.<p>CUPERTINO, Calif. — The man who designed the iPod ponders the question with furrowed brow.<p>"That's a good one," says Jony Ive, when asked what he would …

iOS 7 Bug Lets Anyone Bypass iPhone's Lockscreen To Hijack Photos, Email, Or Twitter

Forget the debate around the security or insecurity of the iPhone 5s’s fingerprint reader. The latest version of the iPhone’s operating system currently offers a gaping hole in its old-fashioned passcode lockscreen.<p>Jose Rodriguez, a 36-year-old soldier living in Spain’s Canary Islands, has found a …

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Apple reportedly inundated with police requests to decrypt iPhones

Examining encrypted iPhones and iPads as evidence in police investigations has become so common that Apple has created a waiting list to handle the inundation of help requests that it receives, reports <i>CNET</i>. Though it's been known that Apple is willing to assist government agencies in opening up …

Google Quietly Kills SMS Search, Closing One Way Of Connecting With Mobile Users Who Don’t Have Data Plans

Google is well known for its regular bouts of spring cleaning when it kills off a number of products in one fell swoop, but it also sometimes makes quick changes in between the bigger announcements. One of those has now hit its portfolio of SMS-based products aimed at users of lower end devices: …

President Zuma greets President Jonathan @ Tuynhuys, Cape Town at the start of Nigeria's state visit to South Africa