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Kim Dotcom says he will build an open-source rival to ‘unsafe’ Mega

Kim Dotcom says he will build an open-source rival to ‘unsafe’ Mega Entrepreneur, hacker, and aspiring politician Kim Dotcom has said that he intends to launch an open-source, non-profit cloud storage service that will follow in the footsteps of his previous file-sharing sites Megaupload and Mega. In a user-led Q&A on Slashdot, Dotcom said that since leaving Mega he doesn't trust the service anymore, alleging that the site suffered "a hostile takeover by a Chinese investor" whose shares were subsequently seized by the New Zealand government, putting them in control of the site and putting users' data at risk. "As a result of this and a number of other confidential issues I don't trust Mega anymore.


Samsung is creating an $85 million cancer fund for sick workers

Samsung is creating an $85 million cancer fund for sick workers Samsung is creating a multi-million dollar fund to compensate employees and contractors who developed cancer because of working in its factories. According to Reuters, Samsung is putting 100 billion won (around $85.8 million USD) into the fund, which will be used to compensate sick workers, make payments to the families of deceased workers, and fund research into increasing worker safety at its chip and display facilities. By one activist group's count, around 200 workers, 70 of whom have died, became sick while working at Samsung's plants. ...


Buying 'Gears of War: Ultimate Edition' gets you past games, too

It's all well and good that Gears of War: Ultimate Edition lets you relive the original game in the series, but what about the other three titles? Don't worry -- you'll get those too. Microsoft and The ...

Can the OnePlus 2 equal mainstream success?

Can the OnePlus 2 equal mainstream success? A year and a half ago, OnePlus may as well have not existed. Then it announced the OnePlus One, a low-cost, unlocked smartphone that promised to rival the best flagship phones from known brands. Waitlists to purchase the phone stretched from weeks into months, and it took the better part of a year for OnePlus to catch up with the ravenous demand.


10 best paid iPhone apps on sale for free today ($44 worth of apps for free!)

BGR has quickly become the go-to site for info on the latest and greatest paid iPhone and iPad apps on sale for free. Each day we track down the absolute best paid iOS apps on sale for free, and we share them with you so that you can grab them before these great sales end. Today, we’re kicking the week off on the right foot with 10 paid iOS apps that would normally cost a combined $44, but you can download them all without paying a cent if you hurry. DON’T MISS: 5 common problems people are having with Windows 10 – and how to fix them These are paid iPhone and iPad apps that have been made available for free for a

Wall St. lower on weak data, slump in oil prices

Trader works on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Oil prices hit six-month lows earlier in the day, knocked by fresh evidence of growing oversupply and data highlighting slowing demand in China, leaving crude prices on course for their weakest third-quarter performance since the financial crisis in 2008.


Stocks Pressured Amid Data, Commodities Crunch

The broader U.S. averages fell slightly into negative territory, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq saw small gains as traders shrugged off global growth jitters.

Windows 10 is coming to these Lumia phones first

In case you haven't heard, Windows 10 is here, and the version for phones will arrive soon. To help you prepare, Microsoft posted the initial list of Lumia handsets that'll be privy to the free upgrade ...

U.S. construction spending gain smallest in five months

Men work on a construction site for a luxury apartment complex in downtown Los Angeles WASHINGTON, (Reuters) - U.S. construction spending barely rose in June as private outlays posted their biggest drop in a year, but the underlying trend suggested the economy remained on solid ground.


Former trader Hayes found guilty in world's first Libor trial

Former trader Tom Hayes arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London Tom Hayes, a former UBS and Citigroup trader, was found guilty of charges of conspiracy to defraud on Monday as a jury delivered its verdict in the first trial of a defendant accused of Libor interest rate rigging. Hayes, a 35-year-old former yen derivatives trader, faces up to 10 years in jail for each count of conspiracy over the manipulation of the London interbank offered rate (Libor), a crucial benchmark for around $450 trillion of financial contracts and consumer loans, between 2006 and 2010. Britain's Serious Fraud Office (SFO) alleged Hayes set up a network of brokers and traders that spanned 10 leading financial institutions and cajoled and at times bribed them to help rig rates, designed to reflect the cost of inter-bank borrowing, for profit.


Are humans allowed in VR storytelling?

Are humans allowed in VR storytelling? This is Henry, and this is Henry, Story Studio's latest venture into narrative VR experiences. The new short premiered last week in Los Angeles, and it's the studio's latest attempt at a proof-of-concept for virtual reality stories.


Engadget UK giveaway: win wireless charging furniture courtesy of IKEA

Wireless charging has become an increasingly popular feature among high-end smartphones, but it's not particularly useful when you leave your lone charging plate at the office. IKEA recognises that for ...

Nokia sells Here maps business to carmakers Audi, BMW and Daimler

Nokia sells Here maps business to carmakers Audi, BMW and Daimler The deal shows how important mapping and location data are to the future of the car industry, particularly in the coming era of self-driving cars.


Hackers take down part of German federal prosecutor's website

A demonstrator holds up an banner which reads "The freedom of press is a fundamental right" during a rally to protest against a criminal complaint by the domestic intelligence agency, the Office for the Protection of the Constitution, in Berlin Hackers blocked part of the German federal prosecutor's office, a spokeswoman said on Monday, but she could not give any details about the scope of the attack or the possible perpetrators. The attacks were claimed by a group demanding Berlin end support for the Ukrainian government, shortly before their leaders were to meet.


Latest big iPhone 6s leak finally answers the question on everyone’s mind

Ahead of the iPhone 6’s launch last year, leaked schematics from Apple’s manufacturing partner Foxconn blew the door wide open on Apple’s unreleased iPhones. The schematics were used to build 3D drawings as well as physical models of the new phones, and they gave us all a very early look at exactly what Apple had in store for its new generation of iPhones. Now, it appears as though Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s has fallen victim to the same tell-all leak, and this time it also answers the biggest question on everyone’s mind. DON’T MISS: Windows 10 is spying on almost everything you do – here’s how to opt out As we learned in a new leak on Monday morning, Apple’s next-generation iPhone

U.S. factory activity rises slightly in July: Markit

Jeremy Hilton works to calibrate a hub and spoke assembly machine at the new Bicycle Corporation of America plant in Manning Financial data firm Markit said its final U.S. Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index rose to 53.8 in July, up slightly from 53.6 in June, which was its lowest level since October 2013. "The PMI picked up in July but the sector continues to endure one of the slowest growth phases seen over the past year and a half," said Chris Williamson, chief economist at Markit.


Guggenheim's Milken Gaffe Leading to SEC Settlement

25 years later the Securities & Exchange Commission still chasing Michael Milken. 

Sleep Is the Most Underrated Health Habit

Sleep Is the Most Underrated Health Habit The most basic shift we can make in redefining success in our lives has to do with our strained relationship with sleep.As Dr. Michael Roizen, chief wellness officer of the Cleveland Clinic, put it, "Sleep is the most underrated health habit." Most of us fail to make good use of such an invaluable part of our lives.


Amazon limits Prime sharing benefits to one other adult

For a long while, Amazon would let you share some of your Prime perks with four other people of any age -- handy if your roommates need to get an order in a hurry. However, it looks like the internet shopping ...

AT&T’s just bundled TV and wireless together for the first time, and it’s a pretty good deal

AT&T isn’t wasting any time pushing out new service offerings now that it’s merger with DirecTV is official. AT&T on Monday announced its first DirecTV bundle that offers users TV service along with four lines with 10GB of shared data and unlimited talk and text for $200 a month. While $200 a month might seem like a lot to fork over to AT&T every month, consider that you are getting four different cell phone lines and a full pay TV package — AT&T claims this will produce an annual savings of $600 a year versus what you’d pay for each service separately. FROM EARLIER: Huge leak: Galaxy Note 5 and Galaxy S6 Edge Plus press renders and specs AT&T is positioning itself

U.S. manufacturing sector growth slows in July: ISM

Robotic arms spot welds on the chassis of a Ford Transit Van under assembly at the Ford Claycomo Assembly Plant in Claycomo NEW YORK (Reuters) - The pace of growth in the U.S. manufacturing sector slowed in July and disappointed expectations, according to an industry report released on Monday.


Samsung agrees to compensation for employees that contracted cancer

After admitting that it didn't do enough to prevent illnesses and deaths of workers at its Korean semiconductor plants, Samsung has launched a new fund to put things right. Reuters reports that the company ...

Auto sales crimp U.S. consumer spending; inflation muted

A customer shops in the pharmacy department of a Target store in the Brooklyn borough of New York U.S. consumer spending in June advanced at its slowest pace in fourth months as demand for automobiles softened, suggesting the economy lost some momentum at the end of the second quarter. Consumer spending rose 0.2 percent after a downwardly revised 0.7 percent increase in May, the Commerce Department said. Consumer spending, which accounts for more than two-thirds of U.S. economic activity, was previously reported to have advanced 0.9 percent in May.


Upcoming new iPhone feature could make you fall in love with Siri all over again

I absolutely hate the concept of voicemails. I don’t want to leave you one or listen to yours. Texting is definitely a better way of exchanging messages. If you feel the same way and you’re an iPhone user, then you’ll be glad to hear that Apple is rumored to be working on fixing voicemail once and for all. And interestingly, Siri is involved. DON’T MISS: Windows 10 is spying on almost everything you do – here’s how to opt out According to information received by Business Insider, Apple is already testing a voicemail service that relies on Siri to automatically answer calls and transcribe the resulting voice messages. The new service would debut in 2016 as part of Apple’s iOS 10 release, the blog said, assuming

Fiat Chrysler recalls 332,000 Dodge Chargers due to air bag issue

A new Fiat Chrysler Automobiles sign is pictured after being unveiled at Chrysler Group World Headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said over the weekend it is recalling about 322,000 Dodge Charger sedans in North America because side air bags can deploy when a car door is slammed. This is the same issue that led to the recall of about 844,000 of FCA's Ram pickup trucks earlier this month. FCA said it is aware of "three potentially related injuries, all described as minor, but no accidents" related to the Charger sedans.


FBI warns of rise in DDoS extortion cases

FBI warns of rise in DDoS extortion cases Businesses are being threatened with network flooding attacks if they fail to pay a ransom.


FBI warns of rise in DDoS extortion cases

FBI warns of rise in DDoS extortion cases Businesses are being threatened with network flooding attacks if they fail to pay a ransom.


Fujifilm announces infrared X-T1 camera for fine art and crime scenes

Fujifilm announces infrared X-T1 camera for fine art and crime scenes Fujifilm's latest X-series camera is its least expected yet. The X-T1 IR is a variant of the fantastic X-T1 mirrorless camera, and matches it in just about every regard apart from its sensor — this model captures light from different parts of the spectrum, including ultraviolet and infrared as well as visible. Why would you want an infrared camera?


Fujifilm's X-T1 flagship camera gets an infrared edition

No, this isn't the next flagship camera you've been waiting on from Fujifilm -- but this doesn't mean some of you won't be interested in it. The company today announced the X-T1 IR, a new edition of its ...

Robot roadkill: Adorable hitchhiking Hitchbot found mutilated

Robot roadkill: Adorable hitchhiking Hitchbot found mutilated Hitchbot was trying to make its way across the US, relying on the kindness of strangers. This weekend it was found beheaded. This is why we can't have nice things, America!


Star Trek-style home elevator could replace stairlifts

By Matthew Stock For people living in a house with more than one storey, stairlifts or home elevators are often a necessity of life as they get older and find it harder to get up and down the stairs. Normal stairlifts have the disadvantage of being a permanent and visible addition to a staircase, while traditional home elevators are bulky and often impractical for most homes. A company in England is hoping their novel design will fill the gap in the market for a new kind of home elevator.

iPhone 6s leak shows new design is thicker than the iPhone 6

With September just around the corner, the number of iPhone 6s component leaks have started picking up. Just this past weekend, photos purporting to showcase iPhone 6s display components leaked online. Originally spotted by Nowhereelse, the components appear to be just slightly different from corresponding iPhone 6 components.  So while the photos in and of themselves don’t provide any insight regarding the Force Touch feature Apple is reportedly incorporating into the next-gen iPhone, previous reports have indicated that Apple’s supply partners have already started manufacturing Force Touch displays. Even more interesting is a leak which purports to showcase an iPhone 6s prototype out in the wild. Originally published by M.I.C gadget, the photos were allegedly taken by “old” workers from Foxconn. As expected, the iPhone 6s

Soylent 2.0 is bottled, ready to drink, and made from algae

Soylent 2.0 is bottled, ready to drink, and made from algae Soylent, the oddly named meal replacement with a niche following (particularly in the Valley) has announced its second product this morning: Soylent 2.0, which comes ready to drink in recyclable bottles. Traditionally, Soylent has been sold in powder form with the idea that the user would add water at their home, making as much as a full day's ration at once — it's cheaper and more efficient to produce and ship it that way. As a product, Soylent has always been about efficiency — so I asked its creator, Rob Rhinehart, why they were moving to a less efficient approach.


DJs can buy remix-friendly 'Stems' music files starting today

Back in March, Native Instruments -- the company behind the ubiquitous Traktor DJ software -- announced Stems: a music format that lets DJs and remixers to control individual parts of a track. Today Stems ...

A Failure of Capitalism: Trump, Trucks and Voter Rage

A Failure of Capitalism: Trump, Trucks and Voter Rage Recently, Senator Robert Casey (D-PA) held a conference call stating his opposition to a senate bill that, for all practical purposes, allows the Federal Government to impose transportation company mandates on all states. The New York Times shares the senator's concerns and more:"...Last month the House passed an appropriations bill that would...


Sony will let PlayStation Plus members vote for the games they get free

Sony will let PlayStation Plus members vote for the games they get free PlayStation owners that subscribe to Sony's PlayStation Plus service already receive more than 60 free games a year (as well as, you know, access to online multiplayer), but Sony is now giving users more choice about which games they get with a new feature named Vote to Play. This will let subscribers vote for a single game from a selection picked by Sony, with the title that receives the most votes automatically included in a "future monthly games line-up. ...


Brain training app could help people with schizophrenia

A "brain training" iPad game developed in Britain may improve the memory of patients with schizophrenia, helping them in their daily lives at home and at work, researchers said on Monday. Scientists at Cambridge University said tests on a small number of patients who played the game over four weeks found they had improvements in memory and learning. The game, "Wizard", is designed to help so-called episodic memory -- the type of memory needed to remember where you left your keys several hours ago, or to remember a few hours later where you parked your car in a multi-storey car park.

The Open Organization, book review: Inspiring business from the bottom up

The Open Organization, book review: Inspiring business from the bottom up Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst explains why organisations should be open, agile and responsive. These are admirable ideas, although examples of their application in challenging conditions would be useful.


The Open Organization, book review: Inspiring business from the bottom up

The Open Organization, book review: Inspiring business from the bottom up Red Hat CEO Jim Whitehurst explains why organisations should be open, agile and responsive. These are admirable ideas, although examples of their application in challenging conditions would be useful.


​Xiaomi, Huawei topple the iPhone in China

​Xiaomi, Huawei topple the iPhone in China Xiaomi has reclaimed the top spot in China, as Huawei pushes ahead of Apple.


​Xiaomi, Huawei topple the iPhone in China

​Xiaomi, Huawei topple the iPhone in China Xiaomi has reclaimed the top spot in China, as Huawei pushes ahead of Apple.


The truth about Ultra HD 4K TV refresh rates

The truth about Ultra HD 4K TV refresh rates Today's Ultra HD 4K TVs are all marketed with "motion," "action" and "clear" numbers that start at 240Hz and go up from there. They're all basically made up. Here's the real story.


Get an unlocked Amazon Fire Phone for $149.97

Get an unlocked Amazon Fire Phone for $149.97 That price includes a full year of Amazon Prime, a $99 value all by itself. As for the phone, take it to the GSM carrier of your choice. Plus: a product I've never featured before!


Textblade update: I cancelled my January order

Textblade update: I cancelled my January order It doesn't matter how innovative a product is if it never ships.


Textblade update: I cancelled my January order

Textblade update: I cancelled my January order It doesn't matter how innovative a product is if it never ships.


How startup founders can fight stress and protect their mental health

How startup founders can fight stress and protect their mental health Starting a company may be one of the most stressful things you can do in life. Here's how you can take better care of your mental health in the process.


Software company Autodesk is launching its own game engine

Software company Autodesk is launching its own game engine If you play video games, you've probably seen the effects of Autodesk's work. Autodesk owns the Maya and 3ds Max modeling software, the Scaleform rendering engine, and a variety of animation and texture-making tools. On August 19th, though, they'll see a new competitor: Autodesk's own engine, called Stingray.


Autodesk targets small studios with its Stingray game engine

Autodesk finally has a game engine to go along with its design tools. The company just launched Stingray, which it built around the Bitsquid engine it bought last year. Autodesk kept the basic guts of ...

Goldman raises top end of legal-loss estimate

Goldman Sachs sign is seen above floor of the New York Stock Exchange shortly after the opening bell in the Manhattan borough of New York (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc raised the top end of the range for possible legal losses to about $5.9 billion, the bank said in a regulatory filing on Monday.


Could cyberwar knock us back to the Stone Age?

Could cyberwar knock us back to the Stone Age? If the United States were involved in a major cyberwar, just how badly would it be hit? Could the U.S. survive? Could modern civilization survive? In this thought experiment, David Gewirtz explores such a scenario in-depth.


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