There was a week hiatus during the holidays where we didn’t publish Tech News. That simply means there are more links than normal in this week’s edition. Click on the headlines below to read the full article and get updated on all the latest in Tech.
- Do a 15 minute cybersecurity makeover to start the year
- Apple apologizes for iPhone slowdowns, slashes price of battery fix
- Heads-Up Dive Computer Ensures Safe Dive Experience
- How to sell your unwanted stuff online
- Trump’s website is coded with a broken server error message that blames Obama
- A photographer shot an awesome time-lapse of SpaceX’s recent rocket launch
- Top Florida weird news stories of 2017
- Pennsylvania woman stunned by $284 billion electric bill
- Mark Zuckerberg’s personal challenge this year is to fix Facebook
- The 20 most popular things our readers bought on Amazon in 2017
- Smartwatches were finally worth our time this year
- FCC tries to make Miami pirate radio station walk the plank
- Stylist accused of giving man unwanted ‘Stooges’ hairdo
- Cord cutters likely to have even more streaming choices in 2018
- Amazon acquires connected camera and doorbell startup Blink
- Amazon will buy Target in 2018, influential tech analyst Gene Munster predicts
- 60 Amazing Facts for National Trivia Day
- The 4 best deals on Amazon to jumpstart your 2018 health and fitness goals
- NutriBullet Pro
- Victorinox Fibrox Pro Chef’s Knife
- Amazon Music Unlimited
- NordicTrack T 6.5 S Treadmill
- Will we get a sad poop emoji? Well, there’s a process to go through
- Would You Eat Food Made With “Trash”?
- Tech giants scramble to fix critical Intel chip security flaw
- CES 2018 is where you’ll start caring about 5G
- Russia’s Plan To Build a Luxury Hotel on the ISS
- 13 Maps That Explain 2017
If you see some important tech news that you feel we should share with our readers, please let us know and we’ll consider including it in our next post.
Those of you who are sports fans hopefully got a chance to watch the Rose Bowl game on Monday. It was the best Rose Bowl I’d even seen. Even if you aren’t a fan, a photo was taken just before the game that was nothing short of incredible. I’ve included it below.
How was this photo taken? There is a story behind it and you can read all about it in How to Photograph a Stealth Bomber Over a Stadium…From Above.
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