News | News

Apple's Siri Told iPhone Users That Israel Is A 'Zionist Occupation State' After A Wikipedia Hack | The Daily Wire

Apple’s voice assistant, Siri, told users Sunday night that Israeli president Reuven Rivlin “is the President of the Zionist occupation state,” following a hack into Rivlin’s Wikipedia page. Once one user discovered the shocking re

Science & Technology | Tech

Behold: The foldable iPhone of your dreams

With rumors surrounding Apple’s upcoming iPhone 12 series starting to pick up, we’ve been learning new tidbits about the phones every week. We know the iPhone 12, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPh…

Science & Technology | Technology

Apple's App Store appeals process would make 'Kafka blush,' entrepreneur tells Congress

The entrepreneurs focused on Apple's App Store, which is the only way for most people to install software on an iPhone.

Science & Technology | Technology

Airbnb Revamps Corporate Governance, Tying Bonuses to Safety - Bloomberg

Airbnb Inc. is laying the groundwork for a public market debut later this year, announcing a new corporate governance strategy that values safety, sustainability, diversity and accountability.

Science & Technology | Cool Stuff

'Remarkable' Mathematical Proof Describes How to Solve Seemingly Impossible Computing Problem

You enter a cave. At the end of a dark corridor, you encounter a pair of sealed chambers. Inside each chamber is an all-knowing wizard. The prophecy says that with these oracles’ help, you can learn the answers to unanswerable problems. But there’s a catc

Science & Technology | Technology

Facebook backs off plan to plaster ads all over WhatsApp - The Verge

Facebook is "backing away" from earlier plans to sell ads for placement inside its enormously popular WhatsApp messaging service. According to The Wall Street Journal, the team that had been working on building ads into WhatsApp was disbanded in

Science & Technology | Tech News

The making of Mojo, AR contact lenses that give your eyes superpowers

Using a display the size of a grain of sand to project images onto the retina, this startup could help everyone from firefighters to people with poor vision.

Science & Technology | Tech

Browser benchmark battle January 2020: Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Edge vs. Brave | VentureBeat

What's the best browser for Windows 10? We ran eight browser benchmarks on Chrome 79, Firefox 72, Edge 79, and Brave 1.2 to find out.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli tech exits jump 72% to record $21.74 billion in 2019, report says | The Times of Israel

In 2010-2019 there were 1,210 Israeli tech M&As and IPOs, for a total value of $111.29 billion, according to IVC-Meitar

Miscellaneous | Opinion

| Why Self-Driving Cars Won't Fix Our Transportation Woes

article by Cameron Roberts  It’s 2035, and you’re going to a movie. As you walk out the door, you reach for your phone instead of the car keys because you don’t have a car. Instead, you’ve ordered your ride to come to you. The car that arrives ha

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple to replace faulty Smart Battery Cases for iPhone XS, XS Max, XR

Apple launched a replacement program for defective Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. A problem involving batteries may sound alarming at it calls to mind exploding smartphones, but Apple clarified that the defects do not

Science & Technology | Tech

An Apple store Genius shows how the iPad Pro can't replace a PC

Is this truly the post-PC era? The evidence of this man's Apple store visit suggests it hasn't quite arrived yet.

Science & Technology | Tech

WhatsApp hidden features: Five tricks that you must know

WhatsApp keeps adding a bevy of features and updates to provide its customers with a smooth messaging experience.Here are some of the best and lesser-known features that you should try out now

Science & Technology | Tech

Hackers Are Abusing a Bug in Firefox to Take Over Computers

'We are aware of targeted attacks in the wild abusing this flaw,' Mozilla said in the advisory. It's not clear how the hackers were exploiting the bug, but they likely created a malicious website to trigger the flaw.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Water-from-air startup awarded Smart Home Mark of Excellence at CES Las Vegas

Recognition is for Watergen's GENNY water system for homes and office use; it generates water from air and cuts down on use of plastic water bottles

Science & Technology | Tech News

The best (and strangest) new gadgets from CES 2020

We’ve picked out the star products and strangest new gadgets from the CES showfloor. If you’re in need of an affordable OLED, sit-down Segway or self-navigating suitcase, you’ve come to the right show report

Pets & Animals | Pets & Animals

Hate to Watch a Movie That Involves a Sad Dog Plot? This Website Can Warn You Ahead of Time

Nothing ruins movie night faster than seeing a fictitious animal harmed. Now you can screen movies and television to make sure the good boy lives.

Science & Technology | Tech

TiVo gets into the streaming fight with the new $69 Stream 4K - The Verge

TiVo’s $69.99 TiVo Stream 4K is an HDMI dongle designed to compete with products like the Fire TV, Chromecast, or Roku Streaming Stick. It’ll rely on Sling TV for a DVR feature instead of traditional cable. Otherwise, it seems like a standard Android TV s

Science & Technology | Tech News

Here's what AI experts think will happen in 2020

It’s been another great year for robots. We didn’t quite figure out how to imbue them with human-level intelligence, but we gave it the old college try and came up with GPT-2 (the text generator so scary it gives Freddy Krueger nightmares) and the AI

Science & Technology | Tech

CES 2020: checking in with 2019’s best tech one year later - The Verge

Each and every CES, technology companies pull out all the stops to show off the boldest, most outlandish, and experimental products, from Sony’s MicroLED TVs to experimental gaming products from Alienware, Asus, and Razer. That’s why we at The Verge feel

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Celebrating a decade of life-changing Israeli inventions

From Waze to cancer-busting nano-ghost cells and 3-D printed hearts, The Times of Israel takes a dive into tech that helps us get where we're going and keeps us safe and healthy

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

As Year Turns, 'Top Nine' Instagram Collage App, Developed by Israeli, Hits #1 in US Store

‘Top Nine’ is listed in the app store. Photo: Courtesy of Beta Labs. From classmates and coworkers to the Kardashians, …

News | That's News to Me

President Trump Has Signed a Law to Reduce Robocalls. What Does It Mean For Your Phone?

The measure should help reduce the torrent of unwanted calls, though it won't make them all disappear

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

2010-2019: Highlights From A Decade Of World-Changing Israeli Innovations

The past 10 years brought new apps, devices and a huge rise in social media use. It brought better mobile connectivity, AI, cloud computing, hardware innovations, autonomous vehicles, and so much more

Science & Technology | Social Media

How social media has changed in the past decade, according to its influencers

From Jake Paul to iJustine and Nerd City, NBC News spoke with more than half a dozen content creators about how the last decade of internet culture has evolved.

Science & Technology | Tech News

The 11 best apps for your new Mac - The Verge

We’ve compiled a list of some of the best software available for Apple’s Mac, from email and shortcut apps to window organizers and multimedia players. Airmail 3, Alfred, Bear, LastPass, Todoist, Tweetdeck, and VLC are just a handful of the apps that

Science & Technology | Tech

The 11 Best Gadgets of 2019 to Get You Excited About 2020

We’re in a pretty stable place right now when it comes to gadgets. For the most part, we’re currently stuck in a cycle of continuous, minute iterations to the same ol’ tech and it’s hard to get excited about that. But the gadgets below didn’t just end up

Science & Technology | Tech

The 10 best apps for your new Windows PC

Anyone who has used Windows through more than one version knows that, no matter how many utilities Microsoft adds to its operating system, there are always apps and utilities that will enhance your use.

Science & Technology | Tech

25 Tech Predictions for 2020 | Inc.

The year 2020 opens a new decade and much will be different, relative to ten years ago. Here are more than two dozen predictions about what to expect, according to industry experts and executives.

Science & Technology | Technology

A Twitter Bug Could Use Your Phone Number to Expose Personal Details | Digital Trends

A security researcher has revealed that it's possible to find phone numbers and match them to Twitter usernames, a security flaw that could leave millions of people's accounts exposed. The researcher said he'd already found the phone numbers of several hi

Travel | Travel

9 tips for capturing amazing vacation photos with your new phone

Armed with these tips and techniques, you can confidently leave your "real" camera at home.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter blocks animated PNGs to keep trolls from using them to trigger seizures

Twitter will no longer animate PNG files after trolls hijacked the Epilepsy Foundation's handle and hashtags last month to send potentially seizure-inducing ima...

Advice & Self-Help | Tips & Tricks

Need to Renew Your Passport in 24 Hours? There’s an App for That

The Mobile Passport app is teaming up with RushMyPassport to deliver you a fresh passport without all the hassle and confusion.

Science & Technology | Tech News

More Bad News For Apple As New iPhone Design Exposed

Apple's iPhone 12 design appears to have leaked for the first time, and it's not good news.

Science & Technology | Tech News

Facebook is building an operating system so it can ditch Android | TechCrunch

Facebook doesn’t want its hardware like Oculus or its augmented reality glasses to be at the mercy of Google because they rely on its Android operating system. That’s why Facebook has tasked Mark Lucovsky, a co-author of Microsoft’s Windows NT, with

Science & Technology | Tech

The Most Useful Gadgets of 2019 | ZDNet

Usually these end of year gadget listings are dominated by expensive items such as smartphones and monster desktop PCs. This listing is different.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple Music vs. Spotify: Which service is the streaming king?

Spotify is the undisputed king of on-demand music streaming. But Apple Music, now the most popular service in the United States, is hot on its heels. In our Apple Music versus Spotify showdown, we lay out the differences between these streaming behemoths

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Buddy Adventure Guide: Everything you need to know | Pokemon GO Hub

Buddy Adventure is a new Pokémon GO feature that allows players to become best buddies…

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter rolling out redesigned iPad interface with multiple columns, more

Twitter is rolling out an update to the official Twitter for iPad app that brings a much-needed interface redesign. With today’s update, Twitter for iPad now better takes advantage of the added screen real estate available on the iPad. As first noted by A

Science & Technology | Tech News

7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free today - December 17th

We dug through hundreds of paid iPhone and iPad apps on Tuesday to find the very best ones that are on sale for free for a limited time. There are a bunch of solid options out there today, so it was tough to narrow things down.

Advice & Self-Help | Helpful Advice

Warning: Paying for Gas at the Pump Could Make You a Target for Hackers

Gas pump card readers are less secure, and now criminals are using a new phishing scheme to hack the devices and commit fraud.

Science & Technology | Tech

Windows 10 now lets you make phone calls direct from your PC

The Calls feature of Microsoft’s Your Phone app has moved out of testing, and into general availability for Android users.

Science & Technology | Tech

Why You Should Never Charge Your Phone in Public USB Ports Without a USB Data Blocker

Public USB ports could be an easy way for hackers to steal your device’s passwords and other important data.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

How the Loss of the Landline Is Changing Family Life

The shared phone was a space of spontaneous connection for the entire household.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

December 2019 Legacy Moves Update | Pokemon GO Hub

As a part of their recent Community Note, Niantic announced that select Kanto region Pokemon will be able to re-learn some of their legacy moves. We went through the newly available move sets and analysed their impact in PvP and Raids. Complete list of re

Science & Technology | Tech News

iPhone 12 Shock As Six ‘All-New’ Apple iPhones Revealed

Apple's stunning (and surprisingly large) new range of iPhones has been revealed...

Science & Technology | Technology

Google Maps finally brought one of its best new features to iPhone

Just over a month after it arrived on Android, Incognito mode is rolling out for Google Maps on iOS this week. It’s just one way that Google is handing the reins to back to users when it come…

Science & Technology | Tech

Not all 5G is the same. An expert breaks it down.

With 5G wireless networks poised to start rolling out in 2020, we chatted with an expert to breakdown the confusing standards and what that means for you.

Science & Technology | Tech

Every Google Assistant command to give your Nest speaker or display

From smart speakers and displays to Android phones and even an iPhone app, Google Assistant's list of platforms and skills keeps expanding all the time.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple Preaches Privacy. Here's Why Your iPhone Is Tracking Your Location Anyway

Ultra-wideband technology enables some pretty cool features, but it also means that your phone is always tracking you. 

Science & Technology | Social Media

Apple Issues New Warning For Millions Of iPhone Users

Apple has warned users its iPhones are performing secret background checks they might feel uncomfortable about...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Unlike Theranos, Israeli startup's blood test device 'delivers on promise' with FDA nod

Clearance follows US clinical trials that show Tel Aviv-based Sight Diagnostics' product can do complete blood count in minutes, with lab-like accuracy, using pinprick of blood

Gaming | Gaming

You can finally take the first step toward buying a PlayStation 5

The PlayStation 5 is one of the hottest gadgets right now when it comes to rumors and leaks, but the console doesn’t actually exist. We’ve only seen the development kit in several leaks, while Sony revealed several details about the console’s hardwa

Science & Technology | Social Media

Reddit’s monthly active user base grew 30% to reach 430M in 2019 | TechCrunch

In a year-end retrospective released this morning, Reddit says its user base grew 30% this year to reach 430 million monthly active users, as of the end of October. Its users also contributed 199 million posts, 1.7 billion comments and 32 billion upvotes,

Science & Technology | Social Media

Instagram still doesn’t age-check kids. That must change.

Instagram dodges child safety laws. By not asking users their age upon signup, it can feign ignorance about how old they are. That way, it can’t be held liable for $40,000 per violation of the Child Online Privacy Protection Act. The law bans online ser

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Company Seeks to Use Space Technology to Solve Pressing Pollution Problem on Earth

A GenCell generator. Photo: Courtesy. An Israeli company says it is using space travel technology to help solve one of …

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Skilled Retirees May Come To Rescue Of A Startup Nation Starving For Tech Workers

Israeli firm Legacy sets up a database of retired professionals that could help address the national shortage of skilled engineers, its founder says. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech

Facebook Gives Workers a Chatbot to Appease That Prying Uncle - The New York Times

The “Liam Bot” teaches employees what to say if friends or family ask difficult questions about the company over the holidays.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

How Close Are We to Star Trek Propulsion? | Discover Magazine

It’s popular to talk about how the original Star Trek, set in the 23rd century, predicted many devices that we’re using already here in 2014. It started with communicators that manifested as flip-open cell phones that many already consider too primitive, moved through computers that talk and recognize human voices and provide instant translation (all of which are constantly improving), to medical applications such as needle-free injection, anti-radiation drugs, and a medical tricorder.

Music | Audio Equipment: SO Cool!

Apple AirPods Pro vs. Sony WF-1000XM3: Battle of the best ANC buds

For a while, Sony's WF-1000XM3 stood alone as the only true wireless earbuds to offer active noise cancellation. But Apple's AirPods Pro are now here and they match the Sonys almost perfectly on a price and features basis. But which ones have the features

News | current events

Millions of Twitter and Facebook users may have had their personal information compromised

Twitter and Facebook have confirmed millions of users' personal information may have been compromised by malicious software in third-party apps.

Politics | Other Politics

The Guy Behind Bloomberg2020.org: ‘We Know How to Do Logos’ | WIRED

When an ad exec snagged a key election domain, he shared the news with just one other person: ex-White House communications chief Anthony Scaramucci.

Science & Technology | Tech

3 new Apple Maps features you should try now -- and how to use them

These new features help turn Apple Maps from a laughable Google Maps replacement to an app that can stand on its own.

Miscellaneous | Stuff I Like

Concorde's last flight: Is this the greatest aviation photograph of all time?

In 2003, Lewis Whyld took an instantly classic photograph of the Concorde on its last flight, soaring over the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, United Kingdom.

Science & Technology | TECH

Facebook launches new market research app after shutting down its controversial VPN service - The Verge

Facebook has launched Facebook Viewpoints, a new market research mobile app that will give you rewards for filling out surveys, testing new products, and more.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

9 Israeli Innovations Feature On TIME Magazine's 100 Best Inventions Of 2019

The publication listed the '100 Best Inventions' of this year making the world 'better, smarter, and even a little more fun' - and nine Israeli-made creations made the cut. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech

Doctors Are Testing Human Suspended Animation for the First Time

The University of Maryland Medical Center has assembled a team to conduct the suspended animation experiment, but the rules governing ...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel: 10 promising developments that can help Alzheimer’s patients - ISRAEL21c

For Alzheimer’s Awareness Month, ISRAEL21c looks at new advances from Israel that are making headlines.

Advice & Self-Help | Tips & Tricks

How To Get Your Résumé Past The Artificial Intelligence Gatekeepers

Résumés of highly qualified applicants are getting rejected by the initial automated screening processes many companies have in place. Now job seekers find themselves having to learn résumé submission optimization to please the algorithms and beat the bot

Business & Finance | Business

T-Mobile CEO John Legere to step down on May 1

COO Mike Sievert is taking over as the carrier continues to look toward closing its merger with Sprint.

Science & Technology | Tech News

SecurityWatch: After a Breach, Should You Still Trust Your VPN?

The recent breaches of NordVPN and TorGuard demonstrate how trust is an intangible but important feature of security software. If you lose confidence in a security product, such as a VPN, it's probably time to ditch it.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Translating Research Into Real-World Innovation: 5 Lessons To Learn From Israel's Success

In this guest post, Dr. Mark Shmulevich of the Zimin Institutes says scientific breakthroughs are the key to solving pressing global problems such as climate change and care for aging populations. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

These Israeli Companies Are Finding Innovative Ways To Improve Diabetes Care, Treatment

A number of Israeli firms are tackling diabetes with AI, stem cell therapy, and other cutting-edge methods to manage the disease. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Technology

Stuck in a Group Chat? Here's How to Stop It | Mental Floss

Trapped in a group chat on your phone's messaging service? Here's how to get out quickly and painlessly.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon GO 0.161 Release Notes are live | Pokemon GO Hub

Trainers, release notes for the Pokémon GO 0.161 update are now live! The release notes were shared on Niantic’s Support web page.  For Apple Users, this release will show as version 1.127 in the App Store. Here’s whats new (officially at least): Up

Science & Technology | TECH

Motorola Razr foldable phone does something the Galaxy Fold can't -- it snaps flat

Motorola shows off a 6.2-inch foldable screen you can flip up, and an innovative hinge design.

Science & Technology | Tech

Shady app lets stalkers view private Instagram accounts in exchange for their own data

Facebook doesn't have the best reputation when it comes to minding its users' privacy, and Cambridge Analytica exploiting the social network's third-party

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Rocket Boss Giovanni Counters | Pokemon GO Hub

Giovanni Pokémon GO Counters. A guide on how to defeat Team GO Rocket Boss Giovanni. Best Pokémon team against Giovanni.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Facebook lets you get rid of those annoying notification dots

On iOS you can customize Facebook's shortcut bar to remove sections you don't use.

Miscellaneous | Miscellaneous

How Crime Scene Analysts Collect and Preserve Fingerprints | WIRED

A veteran analyst explains the work of gathering fingerprints that can link a suspect to a crime—even after it rains.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

GO Field Guide - Pokemon GO Events, Countdown Timer, Raid Guides, Egg Hatch List and much more

GO Field Guide tool is made to assist you in playing Pokemon GO, It has up-to-date information for all Events along with local time, Raid Guides, Research task and rewards, Egg Hatch list, Checklist and much more

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple Black Friday 2019: Here Are The Best New Deals

The best Apple Black Friday 2019 deals with new savings on AirPods, iPhones, iPads, MacBooks, Macs, the Apple Watch and Beats By Dre headphones...

Travel | Travel

Is your Airbnb host spying on you with a hidden camera? Use this simple trick to find out.

A cybersecurity expert has identified a simple trick anyone can use to find out whether their Airbnb host might be monitoring them from afar.

Science & Technology | Technology

The Laser Weapon Is Really, Really Finally Here

Rejoice if you look towards the dystopia of the Star Wars universe, for laser weapons have finally, at long last, arrived. The laser, a weapon system perpetually “ten or fifteen years away” from operational use, is off the development treadmill and en

Science & Technology | TECH

Warning: Your Roku or Samsung Device Could Lose Access to Netflix Next Month

Starting December 1, Netflix will stop working with the Roku 2100x, Roku 2050x, some Samsung smart TVs from 2010 and 2011, and other devices.

Science & Technology | Technology

8 paid iPhone apps you can get for free on November 7th – BGR

This is as big of a collection of free apps as we've found in weeks, and there are some quality download here as well. If you're up for a quick gaming session, need to edit some photos, or want to put your top contacts into a convenient widget, we've got

Travel | Travel

Airbnb plans to verify 100% of its listings in response to the California mass shooting

Airbnb has announced plans to verify every single one of its hosts and listings after October's mass shooting, alongside several other safety initiatives.

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple’s Radical New iPhone Suddenly Takes Shape

Apple's biggest iPhone redesign in years has suddenly taken shape...

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter exec teases possible major changes coming in 2020

The floated ideas could fundamentally change how retweets work on Twitter, and that's not all.

Science & Technology | Technology

31 Awesome Tech Gifts for Men

Looking for a gift for your husband, boyfriend, brother, or father? Let us guide you on your quest t

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

Blade Runner is set NOW: What November 2019 predictions did Harrison Ford movie get right?

BLADE RUNNER is set in November 2019, so what predictions did Harrison Ford’s movie get correct?

Science & Technology | Technology

Where tech companies should look to expand | TechCrunch

Brutally expensive housing markets, fierce competition over a shrinking talent pool and unbearably long commutes: these are some of the challenges plaguing typical tech hubs like the San Francisco Bay Area, Seattle, Los Angeles and Boston

Science & Technology | Tech

Google Photos for Android rolling out sorting in Albums tab

Over the past several weeks, Google Photos has gained a story-esque Memories format and more print products. Google Photos album sort...

Science & Technology | Science & Space

Reaction Engines’ Mach 5 engine is just the tip of the new aerospace boom | TechCrunch

Imagine a hypersonic passenger aircraft that would cut the journey time between London and New York to around two hours. At Mach 5, or five times the speed of sound, the aircraft would complete a trip across the Atlantic in around 120 minutes. Mach 5 is m

Science & Technology | Technology

Best tech under $25 - CNET

You don't need to spend a lot of money to get great gifts. Here are more than a dozen top-notch tech products and accessories that cost a mere $25 (with a few under $30 thrown in, too).

Science & Technology | Tech

Lenovo shows off foldable Razr with a fan render (updated)

A video shared today shows the rumored RAZR-like phone folding in half.

Science & Technology | Technology

WhatsApp is suing an infamous spyware vendor for allegedly hacking its users - The Verge

WhatsApp is suing notorious spyware vendor NSO Group, saying the company was actively involved in hacking users of the encrypted chat service owned by Facebook. WhatsApp head Will Cathcart announced the suit in a Washington Post opinion article.

Science & Technology | Technology

Old iPhone users must update software in order to access web, emails and more, Apple warns - ABC News

Apple warns that those still using an iPhone 5 must update their iOS or lose access to many apps and the app store.

Science & Technology | Tech

HomePod update adds multi-user support and music handoffs

Apple just made the HomePod considerably more useful for whole households, albeit somewhat later than expected. It accompanied the release of iOS 13.2 with a c...

Visual Arts | Photography

New video pits the iPhone 11 Pro against a Canon DLSR, and it’s closer than ever

YouTuber Matti Haapoja has put the iPhone 11 Pro to the test against a $7,500 DSLR camera – can you tell which image is from the iPhone?

Science & Technology | Tech

Facebook trained AI to fool facial recognition systems, and it works on live video

According to VentureBeat, Facebook AI Research (FAIR) has developed a state-of-the-art "de-identification" system that works on video, including even live video. It works by altering key facial features of a video subject in real time using machine learni

Science & Technology | Tech

Millions downloaded dozens of Android apps from Google Play that were infected with adware | TechCrunch

TechCrunch - Reporting on the business of technology, startups, venture capital funding, and Silicon Valley

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter admits that it showed more ads to less popular users

Twitter has a history of working to appease high profile people on the platform. In May, it changed its policy to show everyone the same number of ads, abandoning an old approach that gave popular users a better experience.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokemon GO: PokéStop Submissions Guide | Pokemon GO Wiki - GamePress

Pokemon GO Wiki, Database, News, and Community for the Pokemon GO Player.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Update Warning Issued For Millions Of Microsoft Windows 10 Users

Microsoft's Windows 10 problems continue with a warning every user needs to know about...

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

Internet of Things: What it brings to the table - Market Business News

The Internet of Things or IoT will be here when all devices are smart and communicate with each other via the Internet. It won't be long.

Science & Technology | Science & Technology

8 Home Products that Can Make our Life Better - The Architects Diary

Home is a place that ensures protection, comfort and ease. If any of these is missing, you may not be able to feel fully at home. You do whatever it takes to get the feeling of comfort that you deserve after a long hectic day at work.

Science & Technology | Tech

Netflix and HBO shows are getting pirated on this app that's been bankrolled by advertisers such as Pandora, BET+ and TikTok

Underground apps such as TeaTV are showing new release films and HBO shows, and siphoning ad dollars from creators and legit content sites.

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

5 High-Paying Remote Jobs In The IT Industry That Are Not Programming

Most folks without technical backgrounds believe that there’s no room for them in the IT industry. Nothing could be further from the truth. Even if you are a non-techie, there’s still plenty well-paid gigs you can go after in the IT industry.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Pokémon Go Halloween 2019 event guide: field research, rewards, and Shiny Pokémon - Polygon

Until Nov. 1, Pokémon Go players will be able to catch some Pokémon wearing Halloween costumes, as well as more ghost- and dark-type Pokémon. There’s also special Halloween-themed research tasks.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Regigigas, Shiny Regi Trio and Shiny Skarmory are coming to Pokémon GO | Pokemon GO Hub

Trainers, this is a massive update so take your time to ingest all of it. First, Regirock, Regice and Registeel are returning to Pokémon GO – for a brief time! From November 1 to November 4, 2019 at 1:00 p.m. in your local time zone, Regirock, Regice,

Business & Finance | Advertising/Marketing

Nvidia uses federated learning to create medical imaging AI | VentureBeat

Nvidia is applying federated learning to medical imaging, a way to protect patient privacy without the need to remove data from hospital servers or devices.

Science & Technology | Tech News

The Best New Features of watchOS 6

While not all of the features of watchOS 6 work on every model, some of the core features can bring new life. Let's look at some of the best new features.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Open Sukkah Offers Holiday Home To Weary Travelers, City Dwellers In Israel

'Airbnb for sukkahs' connects hosts from Tasmania to Saskatoon with those who don't have a hut in which to celebrate festival. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Tech

Steve Jobs Was Wrong About Computers (And We're Paying For It Right Now) | Inc.

Sometimes, entrepreneurs can be taken over by wishful thinking. Even the great ones.

Science & Technology | Technology

iPhone 11 Pro Max battles the Galaxy Note 10 in a battery test, and the winner is clear – BGR

Apple’s new iPhone 11 lineup the company unveiled in September came with a few surprises for once, with some early renders and physical designs that leaked out shown to be a bit off and allowing Apple to actually give fans a few things they weren’t ex

Science & Technology | Social Media

Pinterest says AI reduced reported self-harm content by 88% | VentureBeat

Pinterest announced that it's using AI and machine learning to reduce the visibility of self-harm content on its platform.

Science & Technology | Science

NASA’s new Moon-bound spacesuit is safer, smarter and much more comfortable | TechCrunch

The next Americans to set foot on the Moon will do so in a brand new spacesuit that's based on, but hugely improved from, the original Apollo suits that last went up there in the '70s. With easier entry, better mobility, and improved communications, these

Science & Technology | Technology

7 paid iPhone apps you can download for free on October 10th – BGR

We've got some terrific paid iPhone and iPad apps for you to check out on Thursday that are all on sale for free. We had to dig through hundreds of apps to find them, but these seven iOS apps represent the best premium apps of the day that are available a

Science & Technology | Tech

Apple pulls police-tracking app used by Hong Kong protesters after consulting authorities

Apple Inc has removed an app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police movements, saying it was used to ambush law enforcement - a move that follows sharp criticism of the U.S. tech giant by a Chinese state newspaper for allowing the software.

Gaming | Pokemon Go

Rotom possibly teased in a mysterious tweet by Pokemon GO | Pokemon GO Hub

Pokemon GO official Twitter account has shared a peculiar tweet roughly an hour ago, hinting that Professor Willow’s computer may have been compromised! Maybe it’s too early, we think this is a clear hint for Rotom’s release in Pokemon GO. Here’s

Science & Technology | Tech News

21 Best Websites To Get Programming Jobs In 2019

Today, there are plenty of well-paid contract gigs, remote and in-house positions available for programmers. Here is a curated list of 21 best IT job boards where you can easily find your next work engagement.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Instagram launches Create mode with On This Day throwbacks | TechCrunch

Instagram has finally turned Throwback Thursday into an official feature. It’s part of the new Instagram “Create” mode that launches today in Stories, bringing the app beyond the camera. Create makes Instagram a more omni-purpose social network with

Science & Technology | Social Media

Twitter says it unintentionally misused user data for advertising

Users saw adds targeted based on email and phone numbers provided for security.

News | Clean Energy

The Hydrogen Economy Is Within Grasp And Progressive Energy Companies Know It

The hydrogen economy is within grasp — the type of progress that can rollback the effects of climate change. The goal is to produce hydrogen from a carbon-free source and in doing so, displaces fossil fuels.

Science & Technology | Technology

End big tech's unfair advantage | VentureBeat

It's time to address the stark difference between legacy newspapers, radio, and television and today’s dominating digital technology companies.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

11 Apps That Will Make You Feel Smarter!

Your smartphone is the window to all the knowledge in the world—and these apps will help you unlock it.

Science & Technology | Computer & Coding Tips

Your Mac Doesn't Want to Empty the Trash? Make It!

Ever tried to empty the trash on your Mac, only to be told that "Operation can't be completed because the item [file name] is in use?" Force it to delete!

Science & Technology | Tech

Amazon’s Prime Video app disappears from the App Store [Updated] – TechCrunch

In what we understand was a “technical issue”, the Amazon Prime Video app disappeared from the Apple App Store, making it unavailable for new downloads or updates to users both on iOS and Apple TV. Twitter users began to tweet to Amazon for he

Science & Technology | Tech News

Surface Pro 7 vs. iPad Pro: Can Microsoft's top 2-in-1 take on Apple's high-powered tablet?

Microsoft souped up the Surface Pro 7 with new processors and graphics, while the iPad Pro has new powers with iPadOS.

Music | Music

How the Beatles Took Recording Technology to a New Level in 'Abbey Road' | Smithsonian

An expert in sound recording details how the band deployed stereo and synthesizers to put a unique artistic stamp on this iconic album

Science & Technology | Tech News

Uber to launch Uber Works temp worker app Friday in Chicago

New app emerges as Uber grapples with changes that could upend the gig economy.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel's Taboola, Outbrain To Merge In Bid To Compete With Google, Facebook Ad 'Duopoly'

Adam Singolda, founder of Taboola, will serve as the CEO of the merged company which will employ over 2,000 people in 23 offices globally. | NoCamels