It was the awkward moment beamed around the world. CNN news: Source link"Donald Trump's unconventional diplomacy is pushing China and Japan closer together"
As the internet of things takes off, is security being sacrificed in the quest for higher speeds? BBC News Source link"Smart cities: 'A cyber-attack could stop the country'"
Kurtis Baute spent 15 hours in an airtight dome to raise awareness about climate change. BBC Science and Environment news: Source link"Kurtis Baute: Scientist leaves airtight dome after 15 hours"
Nearly all Egyptian woman say they have faced harassment. Inspired by #MeToo, some are speaking out. BBC World news: Source link"#MeToo in Egypt: Women speak out about harassment"
“Hold the Dark” tells the story of Russell Core (played by Jeffrey Wright), a wolf expert who arrives in the Alaskan village of Keelut to investigate the disappearance of a young boy. At least, that’s how the Netflix Original movie begins. On this week’s episode of the Original Content podcast, your regular hosts are joined by Devin Coldewey to try to untangle what actually happens in the movie. Without spoiling anything, it’s probably safe to…"Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Hold the Dark’ is beautiful, but utterly mystifying"
Samsung launched two new Galaxy A series phones in China today, the Galaxy A6s and the Galaxy A9s, via SamMobile. The Galaxy A9s is just a renamed Galaxy A9 for the Chinese market, so it’s still the same mid-range phone with a whopping four cameras on the back. What’s more interesting is the Galaxy A6s, which is Samsung’s first ODM phone, or one produced by another company. According to The Korea Herald, Samsung had been…"The Galaxy A6s is the first Samsung phone not made by Samsung"
Authorities have intercepted suspicious devices intended for former President Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, and the Florida office of Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz was evacuated Wednesday after a suspicious package was mailed there. CNN news: Source link"Bombs sent to CNN, Clintons, Obama, and other US officials"