Leak may have just corroborated the secret Apple had up its sleeve for the iPhone 7 | Fox News

Leak may have just corroborated the secret Apple had up its sleeve for the iPhone 7 | Fox News

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People line up outside an Apple store as the iPhone SE goes on sale in China, in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, March 31, 2016. ( REUTERS/ China Daily/ File Photo) Apple's iPhone 7 is shaping up to be a more intriguing device than we may have originally dedicated it credit for. According to a new report from Macotakara -- a site with an impressive track record regarding Apple rumors -- the home button on Apple's next-gen iPhone will sit flush with the screen and will not move when pressed. Instead, Apple is planning to incorporate a series of sensors underneath the home button that will trigger a slight vibration when pressed. This, in turn, will provide users with the illusion that the iPhone 7 home button is a mechanical button. While we've insured rumblings pointing to a home bu...
Facebook offers employees $10,000 to live close to the office

Facebook offers employees $10,000 to live close to the office

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Technology companys offer has raised concerns over accelerated gentrification of Silicon ValleyFacebook is offering employees at its Silicon Valley headquarters at least $10,000 to move closer to the office. The move is a reflection of current challenges many tech companies face in the increasingly expensive and congested San Francisco Bay area of California. To qualify for the payment, which the social networking company started offering in the past 12 months, according to current and former Facebook employees, employees must buy or rent a home within 10 miles( 16 km) of the Facebook campus at One Hacker Way, a desolate strip of road overlooking a marsh about 30 miles( 48 km) south of San Francisco. Some Facebook employees with families to support could earn a one-off pay of $15,000 or ...
Trump’s Change of Heart Puts$ 1 Trillion Building Plan in Limbo

Trump’s Change of Heart Puts$ 1 Trillion Building Plan in Limbo

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Donald Trump's infrastructure guru spent part of Sept. 26 at a conference in Washington promoting the president's$ 1 trillion plan to rebuild the nation's disintegrating roads, bridges and airports relying in part on public-private partnerships. The same day, across township, Trump was telling lawmakers that those kinds of bargains don't work.The president's apparent change of heart on what's been an important pillar of his economic scheme left key constituents of the infrastructure initiative reeling. Robert PoolePhotographer: Andrew Harrer/ Bloomberg Trump's remarks, relayed by three lawmakers after a closed meeting with Republican and Democrat on the House Ways and Means Committee, raised new questions about how the plan would be financed, and whether the president was instead consideri...
Hilariously Unfortunate Names You Won’t Believe Are Real

Hilariously Unfortunate Names You Won’t Believe Are Real

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Welcome to the first day at Bad Name School. Now, for roll call... Ben Dover? Ben Dover? No? Chauncey McTicklish? Chauncey? McTicklish? Hm, perhaps I'm not pronouncing it correctly. Ana L. Beads? Ana? No Ana? Maybe I have the wrong listing. Harry Baals? Harry Baals? Anyone? Weird. Well, I guess I have to finish this list... 1 Dr. Will Tickel " You gotta run find my chiropractor. He use a very non-traditional method. But it's very effective. And you will laaaaugh !" 2 Jolly Mangina " Yes, I'm calling to inquire about the Jolly Mangina for sale ." " What? It's a building that's for sale. My name is Jolly Mangina ." * click* 3 Christopher Robin I think that's how the anthem goes... Back to the house at Pooh corner by one You'd be surprise...
Coalition of 400 companies fight Georgia’s proposed ‘religious liberty’ bill

Coalition of 400 companies fight Georgia’s proposed ‘religious liberty’ bill

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One major company is already leaving the state over the law, which would allow individuals and organizations to discriminate against same-sex couplesA coalition of more than 400 companies is openly resisting a Georgia religious liberty bill that is rapidly heading toward passageway, with at least one major company already leaving the state over the proposal. The proposed law would allow both individuals and organizations to refuse to conduct business with or otherwise discriminate against anyone whose wedding they find counters their religious beliefs. It also protects someones from existing nondiscrimination laws in Atlanta and elsewhere. A similar bill was rejected last year, but the velocity at which this years version, the First Amendment Defense Act( FADA ), is moving has raised serio...
Why Your Sexuality Drive Actually Isn’t Connected To Your Age

Why Your Sexuality Drive Actually Isn’t Connected To Your Age

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My whole life, I’ve always heard that girls reach their sexual peak when they’re 35 and men reach it when they’re 18. I’ve forever had this image in my head of a fierce woman in her late 30 s, rocking some sort of chic, ultra-blunt haircut, her pouty lips adorned in a matte red lipstick strutting around the universe in high heels, gorgeously glowing as she boldly predominates in the office and in the bedroom. I always imagined her having a wild, heated affair with the 18 -year-old pool boy, because her husband would be too dried up and his dick would be too flaccid to keep up with her and her epic sexual prowess. As I get older, I inhaled a huge sigh of relief when I realized I was a lesbian because I want to be on the same sex peak as my devotee and I’m not into massive age changes( anym
Are Google’s search results hurting right-wing news?

Are Google’s search results hurting right-wing news?

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BTW Google's new fact-checking initiative has some conservatives exclaiming foul. When you search for a specific publishing in Google, the site adds a module with more detailed information about the news outlet. This sidebar dedicates a brief overview of the publication and its history, a list of topics often encompassed, past awards, and links to articles. However, for some publications, this module also includes a "Reviewed Claims" section conducted by Google's fact checkers. Here you'll find a list of disputed asserts, links to the original article, the fact-checking consensus--was the statement incorrect, misleading, or "mixed" -- and which third-party organisation conducted the fact-checking. Some websites, including conservative blog the Daily Caller, believe Google's fact-checkin...
Kim’s human shields: North Korea corroborates third American held as tensions rise

Kim’s human shields: North Korea corroborates third American held as tensions rise

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North Korea corroborated on Wednesday it is holding an accounting professor, bringing to three the number of Americans held in its prisons as international tensions escalate. It was widely known that Kim Sang Dok, who also goes by the name Tony Kim, was nabbed at Pyongyang International Airport on April 22, but state-controlled media now has confirmed the developing. The Korean Central News Agency said he is suspected of "acts of hostility aimed at deposing the country." NORTH KOREA THREAT: WH OFFICIAL SAYS KIM COULD USE NUCLEAR WEAPONS AS 'BLACKMAIL' The 58 -year-old captive joins University of Virginia student Otto Warmbier and businessman Kim Dong Chul in the Hermit Kingdom's infamous gulags as the world continues to pressure North Korea over its rogue nuclear weapons program. In the ...
Spirit Airline ranks last in customer satisfaction survey for third year

Spirit Airline ranks last in customer satisfaction survey for third year

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Budget carriers may be taking marketshare away from legacy airlines but that doesnt mean passengers are always thrilled to fly in bare bones accommodations. For the third year in a row, Miramar, Fla.-based Spirit Airlines has ranked last in The American Customer Satisfaction Index( ACSI) annual survey on air travel .~ ATAGEND JetBlue, which has recently received praise as the only airline in the industry not too oversell flights, took the top spot on the listing this year with a modest increase on its score from last yearrising from 80 to 82 phases on a 100 point scale. SPIRIT AIRLINES BECOMES LATEST CARRIER TO PULL CUBA FLIGHTS Southwest, which tied for first in 2016, dropped to second place with a score of 80. Delta, which came in fifth, indicated significant improvement, rising five f...
Here’s What The Shape And Color Of Your Poop Says About Your Health

Here’s What The Shape And Color Of Your Poop Says About Your Health

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Poop is a very serious business. In fact, it could even save your life. Your bowel movementssay a great deal about your health and can act as an early warning sign of a serious health problem. This is especially true for bowel cancer. Bowel cancer, also known as colorectal cancer, is the third most common cancer in the world, with 1.4 million new cases in 2012. With an ever-aging population, this figure is forecasted to continue rising. A change in bowel movements that persists for more than three weeks can often provide an early sign of colorectal cancer. Othersymptoms may include blood in the stool, unexplained weight loss, extreme tiredness, abdominal pain and even a hunk in the stomach. If any of that voices familiar, then its always best to consult a doctor. Picking up on the early s...