Biz Break: New Samsung Galaxy S8 phones throw down a challenge to Apple Middle Innings: Block That App: Apple thinks there might be such a thing as too much information, at least when it comes to people getting news about U.S. military drone strikes. Apple yanked an app called Metadata+ from its App Store on Wednesday ... 03/29/2017 - 11:10 am | View Link
Apple Removes Innovative App Alerting Users to U.S. Drone Attacks Just Hours After Accepting It Image courtesy of the Apple App Store. Rebounding from 12 rejections and a hiatus after being axed completely, a controversial app tracking U.S. drone strikes overseas had finally been accepted by Apple — only to be taken down a few hours later. 03/29/2017 - 7:36 am | View Link
Apple blocks news app about drone strikes — again Apple apparently thinks users of its iPhone are so sensitive that it needs to shield them from a news app. The app in question, called Metadata+, alerts users when there’s a new news report about a U.S. drone strike. It contains a simple text report and ... 03/29/2017 - 5:51 am | View Link
‘Excessively objectionable’ app tracking US drone strikes cut from Apple store Data artist and developer Josh Begley created the app five years ago, which sent push notifications each time a US drone strike was reported by the media. Apple rejected the app, then called Drones+, saying it was “excessively objectionable or crude ... 03/29/2017 - 1:16 am | View Link
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We know Indian weddings are a lavish affair. But this is intense. Really.
A 17-minute-long dance act by an Indian bride has gone viral.
Though the video is two months old, netizens woke up to it yesterday and have viewed it 7 million times already.
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The bride is seen performing to a medley of popular Bollywood songs at her sangeet (a pre-nuptial ceremony) — first with her besties and then with her big family, all the while without missing a beat.
There's color, there's music, there's rhythm and there's more.
Is Samsung's Galaxy S8 too beautiful for you, with its sleek lines and huge, nearly bezel-less screen? Samsung's got a fix in the way of the 2Piece cover, an indescribably ugly two-piece cover for the phone.
I mean, just look at it.
Ouch. Image: SamsungThe 2Piece cover does not only take away the S8's grace and symmetry, it also appears to be quite useless when it comes to protecting your phone from certain types of falls, so if you decide to buy one of these, make sure you never drop the phone on its side.
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On the flip side, the 2Piece cover might make it a little bit easier to find that oddly positioned fingerprint sensor without smudging your camera lens, so at least it's got that going for it. Read more
Cyclone Debbie, which ravaged the coast of Queensland, Australia, is fortunately now a thing of the past.
But residents are finding unexpected visitors stranded in odd places.
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Like this bull shark which was discovered washed up on a road in the town of Ayr.
If you know your soup dumplings, this video is going to be upsetting on several levels.
Time Out London recently published a video featuring Xiao Long Bao (Shanghai soup dumplings).
The video, which was meant to promote dim sum restaurant Dumplings Legend, took an odd turn.
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"Love popping spots AND eating dumplings?