I hope all of you enjoyed some time with your friends and family to celebrate the changing of the calendar to 2019. My evening was spent on the beach with a nice meal and entertainment from Pancho Sinatra. Yes, there was weird news out of Florida again in the last week. You’ll also find stories on tech that died in 2018 and some of the successes. Looking forward, we have CES upcoming with promises of future tech. Click on the headlines below to read the full stories.
- Cybersecurity 101: How to protect your cell phone number and why you should care
- Why your iPhone and Android phone will cost more in 2019
- Florida man arrested for attacking McDonald’s employee over not getting a straw, police say
- Toddler comes into contact with rhino after falling into Florida zoo pit
- Where is tech headed in 2019? Six investors make their predictions for the upcoming year
- Kirie Octopus Cut From a Single Piece of Paper by Masayo Fukuda
- Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook’s 2018: We’ve changed, we promise
- The Who’s Roger Daltrey admits he hasn’t spoken to Pete Townshend in a YEAR after the rocker asked for ‘time to himself’
- World’s First Bacteria Killing Robot
- Woodstock 2019 Confirmed, Pearl Jam & Foo Fighters To Play?
- Segway unveils a more durable electric scooter and autonomous delivery bot
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But Wait, There’s More…
- Mickey Mouse will be public domain soon—here’s what that means
- I am become death, the destroyer of brands
- Tech that died in 2018
- CNET’s best of 2018
- Facebook’s and social media’s fight against fake news may get tougher
- NASA to Make Historic New Year’s Day Flyby of Mysterious Ultima Thule. Here’s What to Expect.
- Queen’s Brian May Releases ‘New Horizons’ Single to Celebrate Epic Flyby
- ‘Bird Box’ Challenge: Netflix Warns What Can Happen When You’re Blindfolded
- iPhone ‘X’ names have nowhere to go in 2019
- 25 Weird Holidays You Can Celebrate in January
- 14 questions CES 2019 needs to answer
- At CES 2019, robots will be smarter, cuter and cooler than ever
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.