Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg today outlined several steps the company has taken and plans to take to protect users in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. In 2013, an app developer created a personality quiz that was used by 300,000 people. Show More Summary
I think it's fair to say that I think about tile a bit more than the average person. I also get very excited about tile trends, and one of my favorite recent developments in the world of tile is a new look that's actually quite old: rectangular tiles laid in a herringbone pattern. I can't get enough of it, especially in the bathroom. READ MORE »
The fallout from the Facebook privacy controversy continues. After it was revealed that a firm of political consultants carried out a data-harvesting exercise disguised as a personality quiz, the latest developments include a lawsuit and a Mozilla-led petition for privacy changes to the app … more…
By Loretta Race on SwimSwam "He is so invested in your personal development," senior Paul Powers says of his Michigan coach, Mike Bottom. Read the full story on SwimSwam: Michigan Senior Paul Powers Reflects On Wolverine Career
Posted by Marc Stogaitis, Tajinder Gadh, and Michael Cai, Android Activity Recognition Team Phones are our most personal devices we bring with us everywhere, but until now it's been hard for apps to adjust their experience to a user's continually changing environment and activity. Show More Summary
So Ivanka Trump's picture was in Instagram still celebrating infrastructure week or workforce development month or whatever. And she posed in science glasses and stuff to look all scientific testing vape juice like a smart person. The internet couldn't resist it. #KremlinBarbie playing scientist. Show More Summary
I wouldn’t blame anyone for wanting to leave Facebook for good after hearing that their personal data may have been used without consent by Cambridge Analytica and any other Facebook app developer smart enough to collect user data in a similar fashion. Show More Summary
One of the most startling revelations of Facebook's ongoing Cambridge Analytica controversy is just how easy it was for a third-party developer to access millions of people's personal data without their knowledge — even if they hadn't...Show More Summary
Get up close and personal with a Soviet T-44-100. World of Tanks has become one of the most popular free-to-play games around, and in celebration of its big 1.0 release, developer Wargaming partnered with Google to release World of Tanks...Show More Summary
Abercrombie & Fitch Men’s Grooming Collection Abercrombie & Fitch is the latest fashion brand to enter the men’s grooming market. The label’s in-house personal care team developed the collection. Focusing on shaving, the initial launch features key products for a four-step grooming routine. Show More Summary
NESA by MAKERS Victor believes that life is a continuous journey of personal development. He talks about how @VFDGroup sending him to NESA by Makers helped him to continue to do that. ???? pic.twitter.com/w3NAFpS51o — NESA by Makers (@nesabymakers)...Show More Summary
Cambridge Analytica harvested personal information from a huge swath of the electorate to develop techniques that were later used in the Trump campaign.
You’ve read several personal finance books over the last few years. You’ve gorged on personal finance websites. You’ve developed a plan to get yourself out of debt and largely executed it. You’re saving for retirement at a nice rate....Show More Summary
Addiction to social media is a real and growing problem. A recent study attempted to develop a picture of the personality traits that increase the risk.
US-based Purdue University has developed personal pig cooling pads, to help them cool down while feeding the litters which are bigger every year.
By Robin Wright As I continue my lifelong struggle as an obese person, I now have the benefit of a retrospective view. I have thought so often about the why: growing up in the height of the diet culture and developing a chronic sense of body dissatisfaction, a genetic predisposition with a long family history […]
(University of Calgary) Clinicians and health researchers often look at gene mutation to predict whether a fetus is at risk for a birth defect, or a person is at risk of developing a disease, but these predictions are not always accurate. Show More Summary
I previously wrote an article about the tools I use for GNU/Linux and photography, and mentioned the ones I personally have made the most use of. One application that was only mentioned […] Ghacks needs you. You can find out how to support us here or support the site directly by becoming a Patreon. Show More Summary
After seeing Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle, one anticipated aspect of the developing sequel is made very clear: the opportunity to see all of the main stars play their characters with very different personalities.
When developer J Dapper builds a dining and retail plaza, he tends to personalize it. He’s a huge architecture buff — has a library of books on the subject — so he...