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June 29, 2017 4:19 AM Amazon – Shopping made easy

You need toothpaste, golf clubs, and batteries - and you need them now. Known for its colossal shopping catalog, Amazon packs a variety of the features and functions into this ample app, whether you’re buying gifts, tracking orders, scanning products, or tap the mic icon and use Alexa to play music, shop, tell jokes, listen to eBooks and more. It’s easy to navigate 65

June 28, 2017 8:15 PM US demands more security on international flights to US

WASHINGTON — The Homeland Security Department is demanding that airlines around the world step up security measures for international flights bound for the United States or face the possibility of a total electronics ban for planes. Compliance with the new rules could lead to the lifting of a ban on laptops and other large electronics already in place 65

May 31, 2017 3:31 PM The Best Outdoor Solar Lights for Your Garden or Patio

A good solar light is hard to find. Here, sun-powered spotlights and string lights that cast a warm glow Q: I want to install outdoor lighting in our garden and patio, but I’d like to avoid an elaborate and costly installation. I was considering getting solar lights—but I’ve heard terrible stories about them. Do they really work? A: It’s true solar outdoor 70

May 24, 2017 10:43 PM Found at the Scene in Manchester: Shrapnel, a Backpack and a Battery

The bomber in the Manchester terrorist attack appeared to have carried a powerful explosive in a lightweight metal container concealed either within a black vest or a blue Karrimor backpack, and may have held a small switch in his left hand, according to preliminary information gathered by British authorities. The initial analysis of the bomb, based 27

May 22, 2017 8:00 AM 25 People Have Been Injured in a Bomb Attack at a Bangkok Hospital

Some 25 people were injured after an explosion at a hospital in central Bangkok, Monday morning, the English-language online arm of Thai Khaosod reports. Speaking with local reporters afterward, Thailand's deputy police chief Srivara Ransibrahmanakul said, “It’s confirmed to be a bomb,” adding that traces of batteries and electric wiring had been found 70

May 17, 2017 11:00 PM How Google injects speed into the mobile web

A technology called progressive web apps is making websites less pokey on your phone. It's proving its worth with Twitter and Lancôme. Google has tried for years to rehabilitate the web on your phone -- and it now has evidence it says shows the effort is paying off. When you're on your phone, tapping that link in Facebook to a news story or opening the browser 127

May 16, 2017 8:45 PM Expansion of ban on larger electronics on airlines likely: U.S

WASHINGTON U.S. Homeland Security chief John Kelly has not made a final decision on extending a ban on larger electronic devices on airplanes, but the department still believes an expansion is likely, a spokesman said on Tuesday. Fears that a bomb could be concealed in electronic devices prompted the United States to announce in March it would restrict 48

May 11, 2017 8:09 AM Tesla’s Solar Roof Sets Musk’s Grand Unification Into Motion

Tesla has begun taking orders for its transformative new solar roof. The pricing is competitive, and it marks the final piece in Elon Musk’s vision for a grand unification of his clean-energy ambitions—combining solar power, home batteries, and electric cars. “These are really the three legs of the stool for a sustainable energy future,” Musk said. “Solar 183

April 13, 2017 4:16 PM UT police officers begin wearing body cameras

The University of Texas at Austin’s police officers now use small body cameras when they’re in uniform to record emergency calls and arrests. UTPD Chief David Carter said in a statement Thursday that the recordings are an effort to show transparency and build trust on campus. The university ordered 80 cameras from Axon, the law enforcement device company 63

April 10, 2017 5:38 PM Space station crew members return to Earth

April 10 (UPI) -- After 173 days in space, NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough is back on Earth. The Expedition 50 commander was one of three space station crew members to return home aboard the Soyuz capsule on Monday. The craft touched down near the Dzhezkazgan in Kazakhstan at 7:20 a.m. EDT. The capsule's descent was slowed by a single, giant parachute 150