Saturday, April 21, 2018

Have a cell phone plan? You could get Netflix or Hulu for free

Depending on your plan, you could save $5-$18 a month. Time to check the fine print.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Watch Astronauts Answer Your Burning Questions About Space

We’ve assembled seven astronauts to prove just how smart and cool they are by answering the top 50 Googled questions about space.

Via:: Wired News


How a Store of Rhino Semen Could Save the Species

Thomas Hildebrandt has been collecting samples from the white rhinoceros with colleagues for about 15 years.

Via:: Wired News


The FTC Is Officially Investigating Facebook’s Data Practices

The Federal Trade Commission’s probe comes on the heels of the Cambridge Analytica scandal, in which 50 million Americans’ Facebook data was reportedly improperly retained by the data firm.

Via:: Wired News


The Blockchain Solution to Our Deepfake Problems

WIRED columnist Antonio Garcia Martinez on how the blockchain can help us tell the difference between real videos and fake ones.

Via:: Wired News


Cantina Talk: Rian Johnson Knows How You Feel About ‘The Last Jedi’

The writer-director has seen all the frustrated fan reactions to his film—and he’s cool with it.

Via:: Wired News


Why Some Schools Pay More Than Others When Buying From Apple

Administrators face tough restrictions from Apple and often don’t share data, leaving them in the dark when they go to buy computers and software.

Via:: Wired News


Stormy Daniels on '60 Minutes': The Twitterverse is fixated on the spank

Porn star Stormy Daniels alleges she had the future president disrobe for a spanking.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Phil Rosenthal gets paid to travel and eat for Netflix

The host of Netflix’s “Somebody Feed Phil” has the ultimate dream gig

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Report: Cambridge Analytica parent bragged about election interference

A British political consulting firm hired by President Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election may have more skeletons in its closet.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

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