Author: Geoff Dann

Google Fit Receives Apple Watch-Like Activity Goals And More

Google Fit Receives Apple Watch-Like Activity Goals And More

Google Fit has been revamped, receiving numerous new functionalities. Most significant, is the inclusion of activity goals. Google hypes that it is functioning with the WHO and AHA to bring the spanking-new fitness-centered features. The upgraded Google Fit application is also developed to identify automatically your running, biking, and walking activities utilizing your Wear OS-based smartwatch or phone sensors and […]

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The Big Bang Theory To End In 2019

The Big Bang Theory To End In 2019

Popular US television series, The Big Bang Theory, is all set to telecast its last episode next year. This will be the end for one of the longest series in the history of US television. It will be starting its 12th season in the month of September and it is most likely to move toward an end in May next […]

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Bayer Faces Class Action Law Suit from Women in Australia

Bayer Faces Class Action Law Suit from Women in Australia

German pharmaceutical company Bayer is going to face law charges over a sterilization device. The said device has reportedly caused a number of various medical complications among women all over the world. The device is called Essure implant. Australian women are all set to file the case against Bayer. The company will also have to face similar repercussion in countries […]

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WhatsApp Working On A New Feature

WhatsApp Working On A New Feature

WhatsApp has now been claimed to be operating on a new feature dubbed as “Mark as read” and it has begun launching out the same for its beta testers on Android platform. As stated by WABetaInfo on Tweeter, the company has begun launching out the “Mark as read” functionality for its beta testers on Android platform with the version number […]

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Low-Priced RDP Access Leave Systems Vulnerable To Cyber Attacks

Low-Priced RDP Access Leave Systems Vulnerable To Cyber Attacks

The RDP (remote desktop protocol) that allows remote administrator access to a computer is extremely vulnerable to dark web attackers with a capability to bring down firms and cripple cities. This is claimed via an investigation spearheaded by the cyber security provider McAfee’s Advanced Threat Research team. In its analysis, McAfee found that authorization connected to building automation and security […]

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Man Attacked three times in four years by wild animals

Man Attacked three times in four years by wild animals

In less than four years, Dylan McWilliams was bitten by a snake, woke up one morning in the mouth of a bear and thought he was losing his leg in the jaw of a shark in Hawaii. “My parents are grateful that I’m still alive,” the 20-year-old Colorado native told the Honolulu Star Advertiser newspaper about his latest misadventure. Dylan […]

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Hurricane Irma-Themed Cakes Are A Thing

Hurricane Irma-Themed Cakes Are A Thing

With several major Hurricanes already this season, many parts of the US are completely devastated. But that has not stopped Floridians preparing to take on Hurricane Irma by eating cake. Dozens of images of hurricane-themed baked goods have begun popping up on social media this week, with several being spotted at various Publix locations, a Florida-based supermarket chain: Publix Bakery […]

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Three Mississippi Teens Charged With Murder Of 6-Year-Old

Three Mississippi Teens Charged With Murder Of 6-Year-Old

Mississippi – On Thursday three teens were arrested hours after a 6-year-old boy was found shot dead in his mother’s stolen car. According to FOX News, the Mississippi teens will be charged with capital murder. Madison County District Attorney Michael Guest announced at a news conference that authorities plan to charge Byron McBride, D’Allen Washington and Dwan Wakefield in the […]

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Governor Pardons Boy Who Stole Pen

Governor Pardons Boy Who Stole Pen

SALEM – A boy in fourth grade whostole a hazelnut and pen during a tour of Oregon’s Capitol Building was pardoned by the governor after sending her a handwritten apology letter. “Dear Governor Brown,” Samuel Revenko wrote in the letter to Gov. Kate Brown. “While we were there I took a hazelnut and a pen from the Capitol Building. These […]

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Chilliwack dairy farm pleads guilty to animal abuse

CHILLIWACK, B.C. – British Columbia’s provincial court says three dairy farm workers from the Fraser Valley have been sentenced to jail for causing distress to an animal after an undercover video showed several employees abusing milk cows. The Chilliwack provincial court registry confirmed Jamie Visser and Chris Vandyke were given 60 days each in jail, while Travis Keefer must spend […]

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