Canada's CBC News went into Apple Stores with hidden cameras and discovered that the Geniuses there were especially smart when it came to ripping off customers who brought their equipment in for repair. In some cases the Geniuses told customers that they should buy a new computer, phone, or iPad rather than fix their broken one, even though the repair was a lot cheaper. In this video, we see an Apple Genius tell a reporter that a repair would $1100 and $100 in labor. The reporter took the computer to an independent repair technician, who removed the case and fixed the computer by straightening a bent pin.
Do you experience feelings of dread in your basement or attic? Set in the continuity of the first two movies, Ghostbusters: Afterlife promises a balance of new characters and old comforts, including appearances from the surviving stars of the 80s' classic. Directed by two-time Academy Award-nominated director Jason Reitman ("Up in the Air," "Juno"), "Ghostbusters:… READ THE REST
After posting on TikTok that Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL) is a "literal pedophile," his future sister-in-law followed up with three more posts explaining why he is so "weird and creepy." Roxanne Luckey, the 20-year-old younger sister of Gaetz's fiancee Ginger Luckey, said that her first video was just a "short little humorous thing," but there… READ THE REST
That's what Brytney Cobia, MD, writes in an emotional Facebook post about her work on the front lines of the Covid pandemic in Alabama.The Birmingham News chooses her reply as its headline: "I'm sorry, but it's too late." A few days later when I call time of death, I hug their family members and I… READ THE REST
There are rules to the internet. Unfortunately, many people don't really understand those rules until they transgress against them — wherein they pay the price. So if you're putting together a flyer or a blog post, you'll likely need an image to go with it. Assuming you didn't take a photo yourself, that means you… READ THE REST
It feels like not many of us use cash anymore, but that hasn't eliminated the need for that staple of American manhood — the wallet — anytime soon. Of course, the idea of what a wallet is has certainly been changing in recent years. Where leather billfolds used to be stacked thick with cash, cards, photos,… READ THE REST
If mobile devices had been around when the Boy Scouts were organized over 110 years ago, it feels likely that telling scouts to have a stable supply of standby power around in case of emergency would have been high on the essentials list. The Boy Scouts are all about being prepared — and that's pretty… READ THE REST