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Tesla recalls 123,000 Model S vehicles

It's an issue with the power steering bolts.

How to track the spiraling Chinese space station as it falls from orbit

For those who just need some peace of mind

Watch: iPhone X vs. Galaxy S9+ video quality compared

The latest installment in our Galaxy S9 comparison series examines the video quality of the cameras in Apple's iPhone X against Samsung's Galaxy S9+, including a close look at Samsung's new Super Slow Motion feature.

Apple puts Facebook on notice with Business Chat in iMessage

Watch out, Facebook.

Foobot review: This smart air monitor warns you of indoor pollution

The Foobot smart air monitor will fill you in on all the indoor pollution details in your home. Here's our Foobot review.

Tim Cook doesn't care if you use your iPhone to look at porn | Cult of Mac

Tim Cook doesn't have the same problem with porn that Steve Jobs did. During a recent interview, Cook made it clear that he feels comfortable with people using their Apple devices to check out, err, adult materials online. The Apple CEO was talking about accessing adult websites through Safari during his recent

Fortnite gets party text chat, big improvements on iOS

Epic Games is now rolling out its latest Fortnite patch, adding new weapons, new game modes, and more. There are big improvements for those who play on iOS, too — including the addition of party text chat and a whole host of bug fixes.

The best (and weirdest) of Craigslist's missed connections

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Dana Carvey impersonates the new National Security Advisor with the help of an enormous mustache

The moustache's name is General Snowball.

How Facebook data scandal could boost Apple | Cult of Mac

The uproar over Cambridge Analytica's data harvesting may trigger a backlash against tech giants who build their businesses on user data. And that can only help Apple. Here's why the Facebook data scandal is good for Cupertino.

A look at the weirdest data Facebook has on 6 Mashable reporters

We downloaded our complete Facebook profiles, and what we found was, well, interesting.

New Westworld trailer shows off creepiest Dolores yet

"Why on Earth would you ever be frightened of me?"

New Westworld trailer shows off creepiest Dolores yet

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Adnan Syed was just granted a new trial partly because of 'Serial'

During the press conference, Brown credited "Serial" for tracking down the key witness Asia McClain, who sent Syed two letters claiming that she saw him at a public library when Hae was killed. His original lawyer never contacted McClain to testify during the trial in 2000, despite Syed's requests. McClain later signed an affidavit confirming she had seen him at the library after a friend of Syed's reached out.

Under Armour says 150 million MyFitnessPal accounts compromised in data breach

Sportswear brand Under Armour announced today that its subsidiary MyFitnessPal was affected in a significant data beach, compromising as many as 150 million accounts. Account information involved in the breach includes user names, email addresses, and hashed passwords, but no financial information like credit card numbers or government or identifiers like social security numbers.

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Windows chief Terry Myerson is leaving as Microsoft reorganizes

Uber settles with family of woman killed in self-driving car accident

The daughter and husband of Elaine Herzberg, who died when a self-driving Uber test vehicle collided with her in Arizona earlier this month, has settled with the ride-sharing giant. An attorney representing the family told Reuters “the matter has been resolved” and the family would not comment further on the settlement. Terms of the settlement were not revealed. Herzberg was struck by a self-driving Uber SUV near downtown Tempe, Arizona, on March 18. As the investigation into the fatality is ongoing, the exact reasons for why the accident occurred are not yet known. MG

U.S. FCC approves SpaceX plan for broadband satellite services

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Federal Communications Commission said on Thursday it had approved an application by Elon Musk’s privately held Space Exploration Holdings, also known as SpaceX, to provide satellite broadband services in the United States and globally.

Facebook Executive In 2016: “Maybe Someone Dies In A Terrorist Attack Coordinated On Our Tools”

The Bosworth memo reveals the extent to which Facebook’s leadership understood the physical and social risks the platform’s products carried — even as the company downplayed those risks in public. It suggests that senior executives had deep qualms about conduct that they are now seeking to defend. And as the company reels amid a scandal over improper outside data collection on its users, the memo shows that one senior executive — one of Zuckerberg’s longest-serving deputies — prioritized all-encompassing growth over all else, a view that has led to questionable data collection and manipulative treatment of its users. You can read the full post below. Facebook was unable to provide comment at the time of publication.

Under Armour Notifies MyFitnessPal Users of Data Security Issue

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Time to update your iPad and iPhone to Apple's iOS 11.3!

Intel Hades Canyon NUC review

If you remember the Skull Canyon NUC Intel released two years prior, the Hades Canyon should look very familiar. Both units share the same overall shape, plus an identical hexagonal motif for the ventilation holes and top panel. Of course, with the integration of ‘discrete-class’ graphics and sufficient cooling to back it up, Intel’s flagship NUC is almost twice as large as its predecessor.

If Tim Cook Hates Facebook’s Privacy Sins, He Could Do More About It

Apple has been true to Cook’s words. It deserves credit for not following the rest of the world into the personal data monetization game. It could easily have done so. As smartphone sales have cooled off worldwide, Apple has focused in recent years on monetizing its massive user base (more than a billion iOS devices in use in the wild).

The Fantastic Four Return to Marvel Comics - IGN

The missing Fantastic Four members were last seen departing to explore the multiverse at the end of 2016’s Secret Wars. That came not long after the ongoing Fantastic Four comic series was canceled in 2015 amidst controversy that Marvel was shuttering the title because rival movie studio Fox owned the characters’ film rights. This was confirmed to be true according to former Fantastic Four comic writer Jonathan Hickman, who spoke candidly about it during a comic convention panel.

Facebook begins 'fact-checking' photos and videos

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Facebook Inc ( FB.O ) said on Thursday it had begun “fact-checking” photos and videos to reduce the hoaxes and false news stories that have plagued the world’s largest social media network.

Google removes ‘Kodi’ from search autocomplete in anti-piracy effort

When “kod” is now typed into Google, suggestions appear like “kodiak” and “kodak black,” but “kodi” is not shown. However, once “kodi” is typed in with a space afterward, options like “kodi addons” and “kodi download” appear. Google has previously removed other piracy-related terms from autocomplete, like “pirate bay.”

ARKit apps have been downloaded 13 million times so far | Cult of Mac

What’s most interesting about the report, however, is what it suggests about the type of AR apps which are gaining popularity. While games still make up the majority of downloads, with 47 percent of downloads, lifestyle apps have doubled in their share of downloads. When Sensor Tower Store Intelligence first ran the numbers at the end of last year, lifestyle AR apps made up just 5 percent of downloads, compared with 11 percent today. Utilities are also performing well, although slightly down from the percentage they represented early on.

Instagram brings GIFs back to Stories with stricter moderation

Giphy removed the racist GIF sticker immediately after being alerted of its presence. “After investigation, a bug was found in our content moderation filters affecting stickers,” the company said. That bug has since been resolved, and Giphy claims it has re-moderated the entire GIF sticker library four times to be absolutely sure there’s no other inappropriate content. It’s also tightening future moderation as a result of this incident with “another level of Giphy moderation before each sticker is approved into the library. This is now a permanent addition to our moderation process.”

Does your iPhone need a new battery? Find out with iOS 11.3 | ZDNet

According to Apple, the iPhone's battery is designed to retain up to 80 percent of its original capacity at 500 complete charge cycles, so if the full charge capacity is less than 80 percent of the design capacity, of the recharge cycles exceed 500, then your battery is considered worn. Problem is, Apple hasn't made any of this information available to the end user. Unless you've been meticulous about keeping battery recharge records -- and who has time for that? -- then you've probably no clue how many times you've recharged your iPhone.

Tesla issues its largest recall ever over faulty Model S steering

The automaker said 123,000 Model S vehicles built before April 2016 were affected. No injuries or crashes have been reported in connection with the problem. Before today, its largest Model S recall was when 90,000 of the vehicles were affected in 2015 by a faulty seat belt. And last year, it recalled 53,000 Model S and Model Xs over a parking brake fault .

18 Important Message Regarding MyFitnessPal Account Security

We are writing to notify you about an issue that may involve your MyFitnessPal account information. We understand that you value your privacy and we take the protection of your information seriously.

Trump is partly right about Amazon, but for the wrong reasons

Trump’s obsession with Amazon probably has more to do with personal grudge than principle, but its power should nonetheless be checked

U.S. to Seek Social Media Details From All Visa Applicants

In documents to be published in Friday's Federal Register, the department said it wants the public to comment on the proposed new requirements, which will affect nearly 15 million foreigners who apply for visas to enter the U.S. each year. Previously, social media, email and phone number histories were only sought from applicants identified for extra scrutiny, such as those who have traveled to areas controlled by terrorist organizations. An estimated 65,000 people per year are in that category.

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Let's roll up our shirtsleeves and break down this new Westworld trailer.

Apple’s Health app can now display medical records from 39 health systems

The medical information — such as allergies, medical conditions, vaccinations, lab tests, medical procedures, and vitals — will be available to iPhone users who are patients at 39 health systems that are working with Apple, including Stanford Medicine and Johns Hopkins. Before the update, the medical records section of the app was only available to the people who had signed up to test a pre-release version .

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ICYMI: Apple beefs up Safari security with iOS 11.3

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The great dolphin-human war is inching closer

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The most important changes Dark Nights: Metal has brought to the DC Comics universe

watchOS 4.3 launches with new Nightstand mode, music controls and more | Cult of Mac

Apple Watch owners can finally download the first big software update of 2018 for Apple’s wearable. watchOS 4.3 launched to the public this morning, adding a bunch of small new features and performance improvements that make the Apple Watch tick better than ever.

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The long, difficult process of bringing Ready Player One to the big screen

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More specifically it means hail is in the core of a thunderstorm. The green is how light, specifically in the afternoon, refracts off the ice. Be more specific next time with your clickbait.

No Man’s Sky's 4K HDR update is coming to Xbox One

Beyond a simple port, Hello Game also announced it’s working on the game’s largest update called No Man’s Sky NEXT that will also arrive alongside the new Xbox One version. The developer gave only few details about the update noting that it will be free and it will be its biggest update yet.

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The Power Rangers comic's big new event is off to a bloody, crazy start

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We could watch this mesmerizing video of Leia slapping Poe in The Last Jedi all day long

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I think you should amend that story to say his "EX female partner in the UK". Being a naughty boy while away and bringing home a dose of the clap isn't really conducive to relationship bliss.

Week’s best Apple deals: Save on the new iPad, AirPods, refurb iPhones

Interested in the latest iPad? Best Buy is offering the new  9.7-inch iPad 32GB Wi-Fi tablet  for $330 bundled with a $25 Best Buy gift card. That’s the first deal we’ve seen on this new model and the lowest price we could find by $24. The tablet is available in space gray, gold and silver. It features an A10 Fusion processor and Apple Pencil support, which was previously available only on the iPad Pro. Additional features include a 9.7-inch Retina display, 8-megapixel rear camera, front-facing FaceTime HD camera, support for optional LTE and 10 hours of battery life. Note: The new iPad, which works with Apple Pencil , is due for release this week.

Jaguar’s all-electric I-Pace is quick, agile and stylish

Thanks to the crossover's 394 horsepower and 512 pounds of torque, the I-Pace leapt when I stomped the accelerator. Jaguar says the SUV will do zero to 60 in 4.5 seconds, which is easy to believe after my quick jaunt on the course. While the power and turning seem to be ready for discerning Jaguar owners, the interior should keep those folks happy too.

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Trump's Claim That Amazon Pays 'Little or No' State Taxes Is Utter Nonsense

iOS 11.3 could be missing two big features when it goes public

Messages on iCloud and AirPlay 2 are notably missing from early release notes. Both features, which were initially expected to come with iOS 11 last fall, have been hit by several days. Who knows when they will appear again.

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Your Google Home works great, sounds mediocre. Pair it with a better Bluetooth speaker:

PM.ME - Introducing ProtonMail's short email domain name is a short email domain provided by ProtonMail, the world's largest secure email service.

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Chile is seriously pissed about the ‘alien’ mummy study

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Flying a tiny drone to a staggering 33,000 feet gives you the ultimate bird's-eye view

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What to say and do when your kid is rejected from their dream college.

Facebook to End Targeted Ads Built with Third-Party Data Mining

Facebook is phasing out the advertising tool in an effort to protect users' privacy, amid criticism over the Cambridge Analytica data abuse scandal.

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CW is finally, FINALLY going to stream live via Hulu

Latest Apple Pay promo saves you 20% on sporting goods

This week’s Apple Pay promotion could get you 20 percent off when you buy sporting goods from Fanatics. You’ll need to spend a minimum of $25 to qualify for the offer, which is valid until April 4. You will also need to use a promo code at checkout.

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If you love how good your hair stylist makes you look, get their contact info:

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Waking up to the Game Boy Super Mario Land theme is the best way to start your day

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Thousands of UK teens will help settle a vaccine debate over meningitis

React v16.3.0: New lifecycles and context API - React Blog

A few days ago, we wrote a post about upcoming changes to our legacy lifecycle methods , including gradual migration strategies. In React 16.3.0, we are adding a few new lifecycle methods to assist with that migration. We are also introducing new APIs for long requested features: an official context API, a ref forwarding API, an ergonomic ref API.

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Intel and AMD got together and made a chip to finally rival Nvidia

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