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.
To get one last flight on Marine One, Donald and Melania Trump left the White House early today in advance of Joe Biden's noontime inauguration. The chopper will take the outgoing President to his Florida compound two weeks after he "provoked" an attack on the U.S. Capitol complex. Five died as the building was sacked… READ THE REST
Miya Ponsetto was arrested for attacking a Black teenager at a New York City hotel last week. Ponsetto was recorded on video at the hotel falsely accusing the 14-year-old and tackling him when he refused to let her confiscate his phone. In this CBS News interview, Ponsetto describes herself as "super-sweet," portrays herself as the… READ THE REST
A hospital staff member donned an inflatable suit in order to cheer up co-workers and patients at San Jose Kaiser this Christmas. Unfortunately, his attempt to bring some much-needed holiday cheer to the hospital backfired. It's believed that the fan from the inflatable costume may have splayed particles across the emergency department, infecting 44 people.… READ THE REST
With so many different protocols, competing frameworks, and differences of opinion floating around, it's often tough for the text industry to come together and agree on virtually anything. However, time and circumstance can occasionally come together to codify a certain app, tool, or technique as the one true way to get things done. When it… READ THE REST
Thanks to machine learning, algorithms know us now as well as we know ourselves. Once artificial intelligence starts building a file on you and your habits, assessing data, then extrapolating outcomes, it becomes very clear how much we each follow our own particular patterns – and how easy it is for some smart AI to… READ THE REST
When you buy an item to perform a task you need done, but there's such beauty to it that you'd gladly display it even if it did nothing at all, you know you've hit a sweet spot. The Tree of Lyte Motion Sensor Bird Night Light Tree and Illuminated Eggs by Lift Care absolutely fits… READ THE REST