The Air Force Will Let Hackers Try to Hijack an Orbiting Satellite Technology 

The Air Force Will Let Hackers Try to Hijack an Orbiting Satellite

When the Air Force showed up at the Defcon hacker conference in Las Vegas last month, it didn’t come empty-handed. It brought along an F-15 fighter-jet data system—one that security researchers thoroughly dismantled, finding serious vulnerabilities along the way. The USAF was so pleased with the result that it has decided to up the ante. Next year, it’s bringing a satellite. That’s a promise from Will Roper, assistant secretary of the Air Force for acquisition, technology, and logistics. While sending elite hackers after an orbiting satellite—and its ground station—might sound…

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Buy one iPhone XR, get the second free with a $200 prepaid Mastercard Technology 

Buy one iPhone XR, get the second free with a $200 prepaid Mastercard

What’s better than one Apple iPhone XR smartphone? TWO Apple iPhone XR smartphones! And what’s even better than that? Getting both while only paying for one! Right now at Verizon, as long as you add one of the phones to a new line and one of Verizon’s Unlimited plans, you can get an iPhone XR 64GB phone for free when you buy a second one of any capacity. You’ll get a $699.99 promotional credit applied to your account over the course of 24 months. That’s how much the iPhone XR…

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Tesla May Include Free Supercharging And Other Discounts For New Model 3 Purchases Reel Trend 

Tesla May Include Free Supercharging And Other Discounts For New Model 3 Purchases

Tesla is said to be planning to offer free supercharging to orders and purchases for its electric cars soon. The promo has been discontinued in the past but will be offered for two years of free supercharging. Apparently, this promo will now be applied to the company’s most purchased vehicle, the Model 3. The company is said to have informed its sales employees to start offering free supercharging promos to Model 3 orders. Tesla is also putting discounts on its cars still in its inventory and providing more affordable order…

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How to Stop Losing Remotes When You Have Kids Technology 

How to Stop Losing Remotes When You Have Kids

You see that remote in that baby’s hand? That’s gonna be missing in about 15 seconds. Because you’re going to turn away for a moment, you’re going to pop your coffee mug into the microwave (again) and by the time you return, it will be long gone. Little kids love remotes. But not toy remotes; they’re not falling for that shit. They like the real deal. And as technology improves, the real ones seem to get smaller and thinner and more easily wedged between couch cushions, kicked under the arm…

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Google Photos adds Memories, a private archive that looks like Instagram Stories Technology 

Google Photos adds Memories, a private archive that looks like Instagram Stories

Google Photos is adding features to encourage reminiscing, starting with a new tool that brings back old photos and videos on their anniversaries in a format that closely resembles Instagram Stories. The feature, called “Memories,” begins rolling out to users today. Photos previously prompted you to check out old photos with a feature called “rediscover this day,” which would drop them in the app’s Assistant tab. Now they’ll appear at the top of your photo gallery as small circles that will be familiar to anyone who uses Instagram. Tap on…

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New ‘Day of the Dead’ Barbie: 5 Quick Facts To Know News 

New ‘Day of the Dead’ Barbie: 5 Quick Facts To Know

A new collectible Barbie doll is set to be launched on Thursday to celebrate the annual Mexican festival of Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), in which people honor their departed loved ones. With Dia de los Muertos coming around on November 1 and 2 this year, here are a few interesting facts about the commemorative Barbie and the festival behind it. Barbie’s long black dress is embroidered with hearts and butterflies, with colorful ruffled sleeves. Her face is painted with a skull — a popular practice during…

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UPS looking to hire 100K for holiday season News 

UPS looking to hire 100K for holiday season

That’s the number of seasonal employees UPS is looking to employ for the upcoming holiday season. In Monday’s announcement, the world’s largest package-delivery company said the newly-hired employees will support an anticipated annual increase in package volume beginning as early as November. The increased volume is expected to last until January of 2020, UPS said. “We expect another record Peak season this year, with daily package deliveries nearly doubling compared to our average of 20 million per day,” Jim Barber, chief operating officer announced. “In order to make that happen,…

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Here’s Where You Can Get Friday the 13th Tattoos for Cheap News 

Here’s Where You Can Get Friday the 13th Tattoos for Cheap

UPDATE: Another Friday the 13th is coming on September 13, 2019. Thrillist will once again have a list of some of the best places to stop if you want to participate. That full list will be published on September 12. Until then, here’s a taste of some that will be hosting a Friday the 13th event this September. All Saints Tattoo – Austin, Texas Shop owner Jon Reed says they’ll have more than 400 custom designs drawn in-house. It will run you $31 whether or not you want the piece…

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Top New Game Releases On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Week — September 8-14, 2019 Entertainment 

Top New Game Releases On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Week — September 8-14, 2019

New Releases highlights some of the biggest games launching each week, but this bonus-length episode packs in a few extras. We’ve even got a dedicated sports section for eFootball Pro Evolution Soccer 2020 and NHL 20. This week is also home to AAA shooters like Gears 5 and Borderlands 3, plus some games you won’t wanna let fly under your radar like GreedFall and Daemon x Machina. The gothic indie adventure Blasphemous arrives this week too. Gears 5 — September 10 Available on: Xbox One, PC Gears 5 focuses on…

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GrubHub’s New ‘Perks’ Feature Gets You Loads of Free Food News 

GrubHub’s New ‘Perks’ Feature Gets You Loads of Free Food

There’s not a lot of love given to food delivery apps. Sure, it’s easier to get food from your favorite restaurant dropped in your lap on the couch. But the fees can make each meal surprisingly expensive. (Leaving alone, for now, issues surrounding the environmental impact of delivery services.) Nonetheless, those companies want you to love them like they love your late-night burger cravings. So, GrubHub announced Wednesday that it’s launching a “Perks” program. The new in-app feature available through GrubHub and Seamless aims to deliver users offers only available…

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