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A man working at the hospital in Catanzaro, Italy, skipped work for 15 years, collecting his paycheck all the while. He pocketed the equivalent of $650,000 over the period and is among numerous people collared during an investigation into public sector fraud and absenteeism. The man apparently threatened those who learned of his inactivities over… READ THE REST
Republican leaders in Ohio have introduced a bill to rename Mosquito Lake State Park. The new name? According to the bill, introduced by freshman state Representative Mike Loychik, the park will become Donald J. Trump State Park. "This legislation is meant to honor the commitment and dedication that our 45th President of the United States,… READ THE REST
Pl8ty is a walkman-styled Bluetooth speaker recently crowdfunded on Kickstarter and Indiegogo: you slide your phone inside, as if it were a cassette tape, for a more uncannily pseudoauthentic retro eperience. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack and USB, working control buttons, and doubles as a 3200mAh powerbank. It accepts phones up to 153mm ×… READ THE REST
May 17th is the 2021 U.S. tax filing deadline – and the way the past year has gone for millions of Americans, that extra month-long extension to get their 2020 return finished is a welcome sight. That's especially true for those already knee-deep in a sticky tax situation that was likely made worse by all… READ THE REST
The ostrich analogy is real. Nobody should be sticking their head in the sand to escape unpleasant truths. And one such unpleasant reality is that for all their functionality, headphones can be incredibly dangerous. An overwhelming 96 percent of Americans say it's dangerous to wear headphones or earbuds when driving. That number remains high for… READ THE REST
Students and staff at Stanford University, the University of California, the University of Colorado, and other institutions were warned to be on alert after a widespread security breach compromised personal data files during a nationwide cyberattack on the schools' computer systems. Meanwhile, someone is selling personal information on 21 million users of the mobile parking… READ THE REST