December 12th, 2017 22:10:01

Flight Diverted After This Woman Unlocks Husband’s Phone, Finds He’s Cheating

An enraged woman forced an airliner to make an emergency landing after she discovered mid-flight that her husband was apparently cheating on her. The woman, an Iranian national, was travelling...

Smartphones: Thank You For Your Fckn Undivided Attention!

'Smartphones, everybody gott'em' Note: This is satire. Time to wake up. Your smartphone sits three inches away from your head at bedtime. Last night you had a night terror about being...

This Clothing Made From A ‘Data-Storing’ Fabric Will Remember Pass Codes For You

Fabrics that conduct electricity have been a fertile area of exploration for researchers. They’ve come up with textiles that can keep you warm with just the turn of a dial, or...

These Are The Fastest-Declining Jobs in the U.S.

As technology overtakes every industry, the business forecast for jobs like typists, watch repairers, and postal workers over the next decade is bleak, according to a Bloomberg report citing Labor Department data.Many...

22 Million Amazon Echo Smart Speakers To Be Sold In 2017, Driving US Smart...

Driven by the rapidly growing adoption of smart speakers, the installed base of smart home devices in the U.S. will reach 244 million in 2022, up from 24 million...

Half of All Internet Traffic Comes From Bots

What’s the difference between “good” bots and “bad” bots? And why doesn’t Snapchat have a fake news problem? Here’s a quick guide to some of the discussions that might...

The Era of Easily Faked, AI-Generated Photos Will Soon Be A Reality

Three years ago, after an argument at a bar with some fellow artificial intelligence researchers, Ph.D student Ian Goodfellow cobbled together a new way for AI to think about creating images....

R.I.P: AOL Messenger

Bad news, all you AOL Instant Messenger fans. Oath, the Verizon company which owns AOL, announced that it will be shutting down the iconic messaging service on Dec. 15. AOL Instant Messenger, or AIM, began...

Despite Efforts From Facebook & Google: “Fake News” Is Still Here

Nearly a year after Facebook and Google launched offensives against fake news, they’re still inadvertently promoting it — often at the worst possible times. Online services designed to engross users...
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