📌Apple Beefs Up Security 📌DeLaSoul Releases Crowd Funded Album 📌Barbara Streisand Used Steve Jobs As An I.T. Desk 📌and More!


1.     One battery to rule them all: new tech lets your mobile devices share battery power

2.     FBI-Controlled Megaupload Domain Now Features Soft Porn – TorrentFreak

3.     I have perfect vision, and yet I wear these computer glasses every day — here’s why

4.     De La Soul releases crowdfunded ‘and the Anonymous Nobody’ album

5.     UK lawmakers say Facebook, Google, and Twitter are ‘consciously failing’ to fight ISIS online

6.     Take a Tour of the Most Tricked-Out Science Ship in America 

7.     NYC Subway Commuters Stuck For 30 Minutes Of Bug Hell

8.     Canon 5D Mark IV shoots 4K video, 30.4-megapixel stills, has built-in Wi-Fi and GPS 

9.     Do we even need game consoles? Chat with us live at 3:30 p.m. ET (8.26.16)

10. My schizophrenic iPhone storage numbers

11. Productivity tip: Check email less often, answer in batches

12. Barbra Streisand used Steve Jobs as an IT help desk

13. Robo-baby contraception attempt leads to increase in teen pregnancy rates

14. Having this retro arcade console on your desk will make you the coolest person in the office

15. Domino’s Pizza Is One Step Closer to Drone Delivery

16. Is Elon Musk the next king of trucking?

17. Apple iPhone 7 cases up for pre-order

18. Apple rolls out iOS 9.3.5 to beef up security

19. Need a Photo That Fits the Mood? Ask This Startup’s Algorithm

20. WhatsApp and Facebook data sharing: How to opt out of the invasive new terms

21. Facebook Takes First Step Toward Making Money From WhatsApp Deal

22. Whatsapp will share your phone number with Facebook

23. Apple Plans iPhone for Japan With Tap-to-Pay for Subways

24. UberEats drivers are revolting in London 

25. Where Are Trump’s and Clinton’s Biggest Donations Coming From? We Made a Map 

26. What The Heck Is Bitcoin? The Law Struggles For An Answer

27. How to fix Google Now Launcher on the Galaxy Note 7 after using Secure Folder

28. Could This Be the Year Movies Stopped Mattering? 

29. Why Dropping Music on Friday Is Pivotal (Hint: It’s Not Sales)

30. Next year’s iPhone won’t have a home button, report says

31. Robot roti maker gets set to ship to U.S. backers who’ve waited 2 years

32. Where the Candidates Stand on NASA and space exploration

33. Furniture That Doubles as a Wild Optical Illusion? Yes Please

34. Bill Gates endorses charter school where kids guide their own studies

35. Amsterdam launches program to help startups scale in the US

36. Google now lets you play solitaire and tic-tac-toe in search

37. Sony and Panasonic target 8K TVs for 2020 Olympics

38. Truecaller eyes global domination as it hits 500 million calls a month

39. Thieves steal $250,000 worth of wheels at Texas dealership

40. Netflix jokes about N Korean imitator Manbang in Twitter bio


41. Sent From My iPhone: how a humblebrag became a key piece of net etiquette

42. Seagate Barracuda Pro 10TB hard drive review: Vast and amazingly fast (for a hard drive)

43. US authorities investigate cyber-attack against Ghostbusters actress Leslie Jones

44. Hopsy’s Mini Keg Only Spits Out Delicious Local Microbrews

45. The ‘touch disease’ that’s paralysing iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models

46. EE’s latest perk is six months of free Apple Music

47. UK carrier EE offering six months free Apple Music, Kevin Bacon & Britney Spears promoting [Video]

48. Garmin releases its first luxury smartwatch, the Fenix Chronos

49. Apple to follows Samsung’s lead in curved-display future, analysts say

50. The world’s first network of fully self-driving taxis is up and running

51. Literal Fashion Police Arrest Hundreds Of WhatsApp And Instagram Users In Iran | Techdirt

52. How (and Why) to Safely Open Your Wi-Fi Network During a Disaster

53. Dice snags $6M to win more fans for its frustration-free ticketing platform

54. EU proposals could see news publishers paid by Google and Facebook

55. Watch President Obama tour Yosemite in his virtual reality debut

56. Photoshop Contest: What Is Obama Actually Watching in VR?

57. I still use flash drives to back up my data because they’re impossibly cheap and extremely reliable

58. Google is killing off the Device Assist app on Nexus handsets

59. Alphabet CEO ordered Google Fiber to downsize, report claims

60. Report: Alphabet asking Google to scale back Fiber rollout

61. A Hacking Group Is Selling iPhone Spyware to Governments

62. Minimalism at your fingertips with the HyperX Alloy FPS Mechanical Keyboard

63. AmazonFresh customers: Beware of the $5 Snickers bar

64. Amazon releases auto buying research tool

65. The biggest threat facing connected autonomous vehicles is cybersecurity

66. How Hypnosis Actually Works, and Why It’s Not At All What You See in Movies

67. Unique ‘Celebration’ Apple-1 Sells for $815,000 

68. Grabr Raises $3.5 Million In Funding To Help Travelers Monetize Unusued Checked Luggage Allowance

69. Intuit plans big digital expansion into small business markets with apps and big data

70. OnePlus made a new pair of earbuds called Bullets

71. To stay competitive, Walmart and Target turn to startups for help

72. In Sweden and Finland, tech companies help refugees find work

73. HP’s privacy protecting SureView laptop screen thwarts would-be spies

74. Just put yourself in the user’s place — literally

75. Your Harry Potter Party Needs This Self-Writing Spellbook Prop

76. Google Maps beta adds enhancements to navigation mode and new coordinate scheme

77. Kinect Camera Makes Beautifuly Music Video With Point Data

78. Guy Hacks Together a Piano From Chopsticks and Other Instruments and It Sounds Great