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Apple to create London HQ at Battersea Power station

Apple says it will be setting up its London headquarters in the boiler room of the Battersea Power Station, a London landmark that has long defined the skyline on the south bank of the River Thames. Apple and its 1,400 employees will become the largest office tenant on the development site that will include homes, businesses and leisure facilities.

Galaxy Note 7 explosions in China send customers running to the iPhone 7

China is the one major market that was not affected by the massive Galaxy Note 7 recall. Samsung said the phones in the region are safe because they contain batteries made by a local supplier, not Samsung SDI. The Samsung subsidiary made...Show More Summary

Elon Musk on mariachi bands, zero-G games, and why his Mars plan is like ‘Battlestar Galactica.’

5 hours agoTechnology : Post Tech

GUADALAJARA, Mexico--Elon Musk founded SpaceX in 2002 with the goal of colonizing Mars. And for months he’d been saying he’d finally provide details of his plans at the International Astronautical Congress here. In an event that that had the feel of a Apple product unveiling, with delirious fans who rushed into the conference hall as […]

Your health insurance might score you an Apple Watch

Apple will exclusively provide its Watch, iPad and iPhone products to Aetna for new app-oriented fitness tracking program, the US insurance giant announced. A cornerstone of the project is health tracking, so Aetna will subsidize the cost of a Watch for select customers and offer it free to its 50,000-strong workforce starting next year. Show More Summary

BlackBerry confirms it will end in-house hardware development, will outsource to partners instead

Ailing mobile phone giant BlackBerry has confirmed long-standing rumors that it would stop making hardware, and instead would focus on software and services. Announcing its Q2 Fiscal 2017 financials today, BlackBerry CEO John Chen hinted...Show More Summary

Sam Allardyce: Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho 'Sorry' for Ex-England Boss

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho admits he feels sorry for ex-England boss Sam Allardyce. Allardyce left English football’s top job on Tuesday after just 67 days in charge, following a sting in the Daily Telegraph that showedShow More Summary

5 hidden macOS Sierra features you may not know exist

Apple’s latest Mac operating system, macOS Sierra, was released last week to much fanfare — boasting a whole host of new features including Siri, Apple Pay on the web and Universal Clipboard. But with so many new features Apple is showing off, you may be missing some of the more hidden features and tips. Show More Summary

There's Something Wrong With Destiny's 'Outbreak Prime' Mission

The first major secret of Destiny's Rise of Iron just came out, and man, is it a doozy. It seems that Bungie heard the criticism over Sleeper Simulant and decided to double down on the idea of a deeply-buried mystery, giving us a quest for Outbreak Prime that the average player was never going to figure out in a million years.

Apple opening major new UK campus in iconic Battersea Power Station building

6 hours agoTechnology / Apple : 9 to 5 Mac

London’s Evening Standard reports that Apple is to create a spectacular new UK campus in the iconic Battersea Power Station building alongside the Thames. The iPhone and iPad maker will move 1,400 staff from eight sites around the capital...Show More Summary

Indian court ruling had no impact on new data sharing policy with Facebook: WhatsApp

WhatsApp and India's Delhi High Court may have a communication problem.  SEE ALSO: WhatsApp announces plans to share user data with Facebook Last week, the Facebook-owned company was ordered by the Delhi High Court to delete data of users who opt out of WhatsApp's privacy policy changes before Sept. Show More Summary

The Internet’s big push to get Americans to vote

5 hours agoTechnology : Yahoo: Tech

You’ve probably noticed National Voter Registration Day. The Sept. 27 voting drive has been hyped everywhere.

Why DJI's foldable drone will crush the GoPro Karma

What a difference a week makes.  It was only a week ago when GoPro threw it’s epic launch party in Squaw Valley, California to formally introduce its Karma drone (along with the Hero 5 Black and Hero 5 Session action cameras).  GoPro CEO Nick Woodman boisterously proclaimed the Karma was the only drone that folded up and fit into a backpack. Show More Summary

‘Inflexion point’ BlackBerry washes hands of hardware biz

Switches to licensing 'secure Android' and apps Here’s your chance to design your own BlackBerry. BlackBerry today ended its 17-year adventure as a phone-maker with CEO John Chen announcing “a new strategic direction focussed on licensing our secure device software and the BlackBerry brand.”…

How to turn on/off read receipts in macOS Sierra’s Messages

9 hours agoTechnology / Apple : Macworld

When you are using Messages, Read Receipts let the person you are communicating with know when you have received and read their message. If, for whatever reason, you want to change this so that you are not sending a read receipt, you...Show More Summary

Snapchat Spectacles Are The Pinnacle Of Millennial Hipster Facial Accessories

Snapchat Spectacles are the reason Millennial hipsters get out of bed in the morning. Do you want to watch that?

Elon Musk Claims Trip to Mars Six Years Away

South African-born Entrepreneur Elon Musk outlined his visions to begin manned missions to Mars as soon as 2022, in a presentation streamed online on Tuesday. The founder of SpaceX explained that his plan to colonise the red planet could...Show More Summary

DJI unveils its first foldable drone: the $999 Mavic Pro, launching October 15

Hot off the reveal of GoPro’s first drone — the foldable Karma — DJI is revealing its own super-portable drone today: the Mavic Pro. The high-end drone company has priced the Mavic Pro, its first foldable drone, at $999. The drone features a 4.3-mile range and 4K camera, and it can be preordered now — but won’t ship until October 15. DJI says the […]

German Regulator Tells Facebook to Stop Collecting WhatsApp User Data

A German privacy watchdog has ordered Facebook to stop collecting user data from its messenger subsidiary WhatsApp, the latest clash between European privacy authorities and the social-network company.

Donald Trump Is Walking Into a Minefield, and He Can’t Stop Himself

By the time the first presidential debate was over on Monday night, the media consensus was clear: Hillary Clinton was poised and presidential, while Donald Trump was a raging mansplainer who interrupted his opponent 51 times, lied repeatedly, and bragged about not paying taxes and exploiting the housing crisis. Show More Summary

Trump, Clinton Debate Breaks All Records with 84 Million Viewers

It is official, Donald Trump versus Hillary Clinton was the most-watched presidential debate of all time. The verbal smackdown between the two candidates was seen by a record-breaking audience of 84 million viewers Monday night. That...Show More Summary

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