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  • Nigerian Government set to begin registration of unemployed citizens

    A statement released, Monday, by the Deputy Director, Information and Public Relations of the National Directorate of Employment, NDE, Edmund Onwuliri, said the registration was aimed at collecting up-to-date data of unemployed Nigerians. Mr. Onwuliri said the registration was in compliance with NDE’s mandate to obtain and maintain a data bank on unemployment and vacancies […] More

  • 10 Billionaires Who Started From Scratch

    Throughout the centuries there have been people who have been fuelled by nothing but grit hard work and the burning desire to achieve. Sprinkle a little luck on this, and as a result, you’ll probably get yourself one of the world’s richest persons! These stories are living proof that if you’re willing to take risk […] More

  • Domino’s Pizzas Will Be Delivered by Robots

    Silicon Valley company Zume isn’t the only company getting into robotic pizza delivery. As Mashable reports, Starship Technologies is teaming up with Domino’s Pizza to employ a fleet of pizza-delivering robots in Europe. The robot delivery option will be available to customers within a mile of select locations in German and Dutch locales. “Not only […] More

  • Twitter Removes username Replies From the Character Limit

    Last year, Twitter promised to roll out some updates that would allow users to express more than 140 characters. In the months since, it’s done exactly that, but now it’s taking things a step further by finally eliminating @username replies from the character limit. The change also simplifies conversations in a few different ways: – […] More

  • Adidas NMD City Sock 2 Rocks

    Adidas Originals’ NMD City Sock 2 is on a hot streak this year, especially with the impending release of the “Ronin” pack, which was unveiled not too long ago. Now, thanks to the German retailer BTSN, fans can get an up-close look at two forthcoming NMD_CS2 models alongside one “Ronin” makeup. The new iterations come […] More

  • Jaguar Classic 1965 Fully Restored

    Jaguar Classic has announced that it will be restoring ten of the first generation E-Types and selling them directly to customers as part of the Jaguar Land Rover “Reborn” program. The first of the Series 1 E-Type’s is a 1965 model finished in “Opalescent Gunmetal Grey” packing a 4.2-liter engine and 78,000 miles. Jaguar acquired […] More

  • World first smart condom – iCon

    If you ever looked at your wearable gadget and wished it would tell you how good you are at sex, then we have some news for you. The i.Con Smart Condom, from British Condoms, markets itself as the “world’s first smart condom”. What makes the i.Con different from the garden variety condom you can buy […] More

  • For those about to tune, we salute you

    The first Roadie tuner was a miracle in a plastic case. This little device connected to your phone and then turned the machine heads (the little tuning knobs) on your guitar to exactly the right position. It worked wonderfully. Now the Roadie 2 intends to tune your guitar all night and tune your guitar every day. The Roadie 2 and the Roadie Bass are standalone tuners with an app component… Read More More

  • Sean Spicer Introduces Theme Days for Press Briefings

    SPICER: You already got your question, John. We’re doing one-question Friday. Q: But this is an important point. MR. SPICER: No, it’s not, John.See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:How Trump Could Still Undermine ObamacareNunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDeutsche Bank, Mirror Trades, and More Russian Threads More

  • Daily Cartoon: Thursday, March 23rd

    Buy New Yorker Cartoons»See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29thThree Hundred and Seventy-Two Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital Life More

  • Men as Doors

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  • Daily Cartoon: Friday, March 24th

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  • Cartoon Lounge: Spring Has Sprung

    Spring has sprung, and the bird is on the wing. But that’s absurd: the wing is on the bird. But, look, I might be wrong about that. I mean, I’m no ornithologist—and, as this episode of the Cartoon Lounge amply demonstrates, I’m no botanist, either.See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29thThree Hundred and Seventy-Two Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital Life More

  • Tax Help from H&R Block for Robots

    Good morning, Q88R27F, and welcome to H&R Block! Have a seat on our wireless charging pad while we take a moment to retrieve your data.See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29thThree Hundred and Seventy-Two Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital Life More

  • Daily Cartoon: Monday, March 27th

    Buy New Yorker Cartoons»See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29thThree Hundred and Seventy-Two Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital Life More

  • The Official United Airlines Dress Code

    United Airlines barred two teenage girls from boarding a flight on Sunday morning and required a child to change into a dress after a gate agent decided the leggings they were wearing were inappropriate.See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Should We Ban Flights From Countries With Ebola Outbreaks?Pitch Me Another!: Vintage Airline AdsSargent Shriver on Napping More

  • Daily Cartoon: Tuesday, March 28th

    Buy New Yorker Cartoons»See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29thDonald Trump and the Myth of the Coal Revival More

  • White House Denies Any Ties to United States

    WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—In a fiercely defiant statement on Tuesday, the White House press secretary, Sean Spicer, denied that any member of the White House staff has ever worked “in any way, shape, or form” for the benefit of the United States.See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:How Trump Could Still Undermine ObamacareNunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDeutsche Bank, Mirror Trades, and More Russian Threads More

  • Daily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29th

    Buy New Yorker Cartoons»See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatThree Hundred and Seventy-Two Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital LifeWhite House Denies Any Ties to United States More

  • Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went Great

    WASHINGTON (The Borowitz Report)—Representative Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, told reporters on Wednesday that he just spent several days alone in his apartment holding hearings on President Donald J. Trump’s ties to Russia and that those hearings “went really great.”See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:How Trump Could Still Undermine ObamacareDeutsche Bank, Mirror Trades, and More Russian ThreadsDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29th More

  • My Ideal New York-Based “Fast & Furious” Movie

    The eighth “Fast & Furious” movie, “The Fate of the Furious,” is coming out on April 14th. It is the first movie in the franchise to be set in New York City. I’m very excited to see how the film portrays the city in which I live. So excited, in fact, that I’ve drafted the following pitches:See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29thThree Hundred and Seventy-Two Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital Life More

  • Three Hundred and Seventy-Two Simple Ways to Protect Your Digital Life

    1. The single most effective way to protect yourself is to change your passwords. All of them. All the time. Commit to changing your passwords so often that you won’t ever actually do it.See the rest of the story at newyorker.comRelated:Nunes Says He Held Russia Hearings Alone in His Apartment and They Went GreatDaily Cartoon: Wednesday, March 29thWhite House Denies Any Ties to United States More

  • Android co-founder’s new smartphone confirmed to run Android

    The new smartphone from Andy Rubin, which will be the debut product of his new company Essential, will indeed run Android for its operating system. It looked that way from the tiny peek at the corner we got from Rubin’s tweet earlier this week, but now Google’s Eric Schmidt has confirmed it’ll be one of a few “phenomenal new choices for Android users coming very… Read More More

  • Facebook opens up 360-degree live streaming to all

    Facebook just made live streaming 360-degree video relatively easy, provided you have the equipment to capture the content. Users of devices like the new 2017 model Gear 360 just announced at the S8 smartphone launch, or the Insta360 Nano (for iPhone) and Air (for Android), or a host of higher-end models designed for pros, you can go live and broadcast an immersive feed for your audience.… Read More More

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