Jonathan Aguilar

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Man dead after falling into Yellowstone hot spring

<b>(CNN) —</b> A man visiting Yellowstone National Park was killed after he stepped off a designated boardwalk, slipped and fell into a hot spring.<p>Colin Nathaniel Scott, 23, of Portland, Oregon, was with his sister when he fell in near the Noris Basin Geyser on Tuesday, officials said.<p>His body has not yet …

US president Barack Obama and Anthony Bourdain enjoy a beer and a meal together in Vietnam

Anthony Bourdain is famous for travelling the world and exploring cultures through their food, but he grabbed even more attention yesterday in Hanoi, Vietnam due to his fellow famous and well-travelled dining companion – US president Barack Obama.<p>The former chef posted a picture of himself dining …

A short video explaining the (insanely funny) seven steps of video editing

John Aldred is DIYP’s video editor. If you liked our videos from the UK photoshow or our interviews with some of the worlds top creatives, he is the …

Videography

If You Use Gmail, Hotmail or Yahoo Mail, You Should Change Your Password Now

If you rely on Google, Microsoft, Yahoo or Mail.ru for your emails, you should go change your password right now.<p>Reuters is reporting that Russian hackers have stolen more than 273 million email passwords and are selling them online. If true, this would be the largest security breach since hackers …

Hotmail

2 huge reasons you need a VPN

While in Syria, Nouhran ran a blog under a hidden identity through which he examined the country’s situation from a liberal point of view and aimed to provide a voice for the millions of ethnic and religious minorities. Nouran used a VPN daily to unblock social media websites and stay anonymous …

Chip promises brain-like AI in your mobile devices

There's one big, glaring reason why you don't see neural networks in mobile devices right now: power. Many of these brain-like artificial intelligence systems depend on large, many-core graphics processors to work, which just isn't practical for a device meant for your hand or wrist. MIT has a …

Mobile Devices

Evolving Our Way to Artificial Intelligence

Arend Hintze, <i>Michigan State University</i><p>Researcher David Silver and colleagues designed a computer program capable of beating a top-level Go player -- a marvelous technological feat and important threshold in the development of artificial intelligence, or A.I. It stresses once more that humans aren't …

The 5 Habits That Will Make You Happy, According to Science

So what’s going to make you happy? Let’s get more specific: what’s going to make your <i>brain</i> happy? And let’s focus on things that are simple and easy …

Happiness

Pushbullet needs money, so they’re asking users to start paying for free features

The Pushbullet you know and love isn’t going to be the same for much longer, at least for those that don’t want to throw $40 at the company for a year-long “Pro” subscription (or $5/month). Today, the company announced a “Pro” version of its app, which sadly doesn’t add any new features at all. …

Pushbullet

How ISIS Spread in the Middle East

And how to stop it<p>“It is perfectly true, as the philosophers say, that life must be understood backwards. But they forget the other proposition: that it must be lived forwards.” This observation was made in 1843 by the Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard in a journal entry, but it might have been …

These Toyota trucks are popular with terrorists — here's why

Lukman Faily, the Iraqi ambassador to the US, told ABC that in recent years, as ISIS has risen to prominence in Iraq and Syria, the terrorist group has acquired hundreds of new Toyota pickup trucks.<p>"This is a question we've been asking our neighbors," Faily told ABC. "How could these brand-new …

Middle East

Harvard employee busted after stealing $80,000 to buy Legos, iPads

A former Harvard University employee was fired after using his employee credit card to rack up more than $80,000 in purchases, including Legos and …

12 ways to get more battery life from your iOS device running iOS 9

Apple's new iOS 9 will make your old iOS device feel like new again with all of the features and screw tightening it brings.<p>But like every new …

What You Need to Know About iOS Malware XcodeGhost

Earlier this week, Chinese developers disclosed new iOS malware called XcodeGhost on microblogging service Sina Weibo. U.S. cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks has since published details about the malware.<p><i>MacRumors</i> has created a FAQ so you can learn more about XcodeGhost and how to keep your iOS …

Apps

5 details you shouldn't give Facebook

The whole point of Facebook is to share your life with other people. You probably have more than a few friends who fall into the over-sharing category. But don’t snicker. You may be one, too, and not even know it.<p>Here are five personal tidbits Facebook asks you to share that you’re much better off …

As Democrats Grow Nervous, Clinton Tries To Appeal To Party Leaders

Hillary Clinton has spent much of the summer fending off questions about her private email account during her time as secretary of state. Bernie Sanders is gaining on her in the polls. And there's a looming possible challenge from sitting Vice President Joe Biden.<p>That's a far cry from the beginning …

Get to know the iPad's new 'split-view' feature in iOS 9

First we covered slide-over, now let's check out split-view. Both are features that give the iPad some much needed <i>oomph</i> in terms of doing more than consuming content.<p>Whereas slide-over let you briefly interact with an app and then hide it, split-view allows you to use two apps alongside one another …

Sony Xperia Z5 leak suggests 23-megapixel camera

When it comes to Sony's next flagship smartphone camera, bigger seems to be better. A supposed leak of press-ready imagery for the unannounced Sony Xperia Z5 names the camera at 23 megapixels, according to Xperia Blog, which says it obtained details and images.<p>Expected at the IFA electronics …

OneRX helps you find where to get the lowest-priced prescription medication

While most insurance providers offer tools to help you calculate your prescription medication costs, the websites or apps are often poorly designed and difficult to use on the go.<p>OneRX, a new app for iOS and Android that launched this month, wants to simplify the search by helping you compare …

Apps

Trump Mocks Warren’s Native American Heritage Claim, But Falsely Claimed His Family Was Swedish

Swede and low.<p>Donald Trump, who on Saturday mocked Sen. Elizabeth Warren for making unsubstantiated claims that she had Cherokee and Delaware Native American heritage, claimed in his first book that his grandfather was from Sweden — a claim later proven to be untrue.<p>"She's caught a little wave. …

8 Ways To Disconnect From Technology And Get More Done!

I believe multi-tasking is over-rated! Recently, I saw a study that said the average smartphone user checks their device about six times an hour. Small wonder so many people these days are feeling distracted and overwhelmed! Making matters worse is that we are the ones constantly interrupting …

Report: HTC One M9 shipments 43% lower than M8

HTC’s woes look set to continue with a new report suggesting the One M9 is underperforming massively, with shipments expected to be 43.75 percent lower than the One M8 managed in the first three months after launch. Things are so bad for the Taiwanese manufacturer that it has announced plans to …

Phones

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 crash: world demands answers from Russia

The US has pointedly criticised Russian arming of rebels in Ukraine as the world demanded answers over the shooting down of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 by a suspected Russian-made missile, resulting in the death of all 298 people on board the civilian airliner.<p>The White House stopped short of …