How blockchain will herald a new era of security for your business operations
Solvid's CEO Dmytro Spilka explains how blockchain technology will help power the future of business security.
The US Military Is Now Recruiting Soldiers To Fight In A War That Started Before They Were Born
“Most Americans are only vaguely aware that we’re still fighting overseas, and the reason for that is that they don’t have any skin in the game.”
Google's $30 USB-C earbuds offer access to Assistant, translations
Google's first attempt at wireless earbuds, the Pixel Buds, aren't for everyone. Not just because they don't live up to the hype -- due to jerky performance, overly sensitive touch controls and a tedious case design -- but also because they cost $159. If that's a lot more than you're willing to spend, Google has a budget-friendly option for you: the Pixel USB-C earbuds, priced at $30.
High school football player died of cardiac arrest stemming from head injury, coroner says
Dylan Thomas, the Georgia high school football player who died after a game last month, succumbed to cardiac arrest stemming from a head injury, the Pike County coroner said in a Tuesday statement.
Fanfoot, Soccer's First Social Over-The-Top Streaming Service, Launches With $150M Acquisition of Media Rights for Brazil's Premier Soccer League
New sports tech company combines live streaming experience and social media in one platform; owns global distribution for Brazilian National Championship media
Director Edgar Wright Breaks Down His 'Colors' Music Video and How It Got Made [Interview]
Years after collaborating on Scott Pilgrim vs. the World, Beck and director Edgar Wright reunited for the joyful Colors music video. Here's how it happened.
Junk Arson Science Sent Claude Garrett to Prison for Murder 25 Years Ago. Will Tennessee Release Him?
Claude Garrett was convicted of murder based on assumptions about arson and fire behavior that were later debunked. Now he is up for parole.
Apple Said to Have 'Dramatically Reduced' Multi-Billion-Dollar iPhone Repair Fraud in China
Within the past four years, Apple has managed to "dramatically reduce" the rate of iPhone-related repair fraud in its retail stores in China,...