The iPhone X is available or maybe not. Of course it’s been hacked along with a Google database. Was it the Russians again? They are in all your social media and there may be no way to stop it. Throw in candy, burgers and Cinnabun and there is a lot of interesting news this week.
Last week I told you about a major glitch on our Web server. Things are working better, but there have been a number of outages again this week and we’ve reported it to the folks setting up the servers. My fingers are crossed the glitches will end soon. Part of the pain of moving to a new service. When the kinks are worked out, it will be awesome. Click on the headlines below to get the full stories!
- The Ultimate Halloween Candy Power Ranking
- How Do You Like Your Burger Emoji?
- Amazon’s new $70 Fire TV does 4K and HDR, but Alexa still sells it
- Call it Tinder for policymakers: a new TV show sends Canadian politicians on blind ‘dates’ and sparks fly.over issues
- Thanks, Apple: You saved me from an expensive mistake (buying an iPhone X)
- iPhone X review: Camera tricks, swiping up — and that OLED
- Just one day after its release, iOS 11.1 hacked by security researchers
- The physics of time travel isn’t just the stuff of science fiction
- Facebook just added a bunch of hidden Easter eggs you can unlock by typing special words
- New Galaxy S9 Leak Reveals Radical Feature Cancelled
- Tech companies are coming up with outlandish ways to get you to try mobile payments
- Microsoft’s rumored Andromeda foldable mobile device: What might be inside?
- Scents from a Mall: The Sticky, Untold Story of Cinnabon
- 5 ways to lower your cable bill
- This might explain why your electricity bill is so high
- Here are humanity’s best ideas on how to store energy
- What it’s like to ride in a Waymo driverless car
- AT&T admits defeat in lawsuit it filed to stall Google Fiber
- Dell is having an awesome early-bird Black Friday sale—and we love these laptop deals
- How Boeing’s 747 changed air travel forever
- A flaw in Google’s bug database exposed private security vulnerability reports
- 8 Unusually Large Musical Instruments
- Super Mario Odyssey can surprise you without scaring you off
- How Russian trolls lie their way to the top of your news feed
- Four things we learned when Facebook, Google, Twitter testified in Russia inquiry
- Samsung now offers an Enterprise Edition of the Note 8 for business
- How to delete yourself from the Internet
- Google’s Fast Pair feature starts arriving on non-Pixel Android phones
- Americans Are Officially Freaking Out
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