Amazon Takes Secrecy to a Comic Extreme

October 27, 2017

Companies and their investors are in a constant tug-of-war over monetary revealing. Investors miss as many counts as they can get about a company’s performance and potential — for them, there’s no such thought as too many metrics. Companionships, of course, was unwilling to reveal as little as possible. And then there’s Amazon.com Inc ., which makes financial disclosure stinginess to the next tier. So far, investors have been fine…

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Seriously, try and find a dumber new invention than this $130 noise-cancelling ramen fork

October 26, 2017

You may be wondering, what is the point of only a limited copy $130 interference nullifying ramen fork. Well to be savagely honest there is no point. The Otohiko fork is made by the Nissin company, which is known for meeting instant ramen. The device features an obnoxiously sizable direct that is supposed to cancel out slurping sounds while you snack. But, and get this, it does that by allowing…

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle review spy sequel reaches new heights of skyscraping silliness

October 5, 2017

The follow-up to Matthew Vaughns action caper ups the ante with a starry cast including Channing Tatum, Julianne Moore and Elton John. It might just be too much of a good thing James who? While 007 has been on extended annual leave as a result of Daniel Craigs cold feet, Taron Egertons thoroughly less urbane secret agent Eggsy Unwin has managed to thoroughly outdo him, with Matthew Vaughns sequel to…

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The Bilbao effect: how Frank Gehrys Guggenheim started a global craze

October 5, 2017

Opened 20 years ago this month, the glittering titanium museum had a wow factor that cities around the globe were soon clamouring to copy When he got to Bilbao a month before it opened, says Frank Gehry, I went over the hill and saw it shining there. I thought: What the fuck have I done to these people? The it is the Bilbao Guggenheim museum, which made both its architect…

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‘Silicon Valley’ shows how ridiculous the new iPhone X truly is

September 29, 2017

Sometimes, it takes the cast of Silicon Valley to poke fun at the real world Silicon Valley. While the show masterfully ribs its own version of tech industry, a new cut from Funny or Die mashed scenes from Silicon Valley with Apple’s iPhone keynote to reveal the ridiculousness that is the IRL iPhone X.  Sure, the iPhone X is an impressive phone (it better be with that price tag), but…

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Equifaxs Hacking Nightmare Gets Even Worse For Victims

September 12, 2017

After Equifax Inc. been demonstrated that sensitive data on two of every 5 Americans was explained in a cyberattack, thousands entered onto a company website to see if they were at risk. For many, the website didn’t work at first. But for those who got through, a bad surprise was waiting. If your data had been stolen, Equifax offered a free time of credit monitoring known as” TrustedID Premier .”…

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How dogs and drones are slashing rescue times in thewake of natural disaster.

September 9, 2017

An unlikely dynamic duo is changing the game for Swiss rescue operations needing to move quickly after natural disasters. Photo by Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images. Dogs… Photo by Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images. …and drones. Photo by Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images. The Swiss Federation of Civil Drones has partnered with the Swiss Association for Search and Rescue Dogs (REDOG) to complete a handful of missions — including one this week. On Aug. 23, 2017,…

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Woman seeks career advice on the tech industry, gets the sleaziest reply

September 4, 2017

It’s a sad state of affairs when a woman reaches out for career advice from an industry influencer, and instead finds herself on the receiving end of inappropriate messages. When 18-year-old Lydia Jones contacted a male entrepreneur for career advice, the conversation quickly took a handbrake turn into creepy territory. SEE ALSO: Yes, that controversial Google diversity rant matters. Like, really matters. Jones’ says she wanted a steer on entering…

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BB-8’s Evil Twin, at $150, Here to Help Disney Strike Back

September 4, 2017

Two years after a $150 rolling robot captured the hearts of “Stars Wars” devotees, Walt Disney Co. is betting fans will shell out the same price for the droid’s dark, evil twin. On the big screen, BB-9E will face off against the beloved BB-8 in a new “Star Wars” installment in December from Disney’s movie studio. The toy, made by Sphero, is part of a collection of fancier gadgets Disney…

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You probably haven’t heard of nature deficit disorder but you could still have it.

August 29, 2017

When’s the last epoch you wasted time in sort ? Image by Sonja Guina/ Unsplash. Real nature not you standing under a tree for shade so you could see your cellphone screen better before hop-skip your city’s subway system. When was the last time you actually baby-sit on some real light-green grass, surrounded by living trees, plants, and wildlife that doesn’t consist of the bird you’ve reputation Joe that hangs…

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