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    THE disappearance of a woman who vanished after a phone call with her partner is causing "increasing concern", police have said. Sarah Everard, 33, went missing while walking to her home in Brixton, south London on Wednesday evening. 3Sarah Everard, 33, disappeared shortly after she had chatted with her partner on the phone 3Missing posters have been issued in the bid to help find Sarah Her last known location was near Clarence Avenue, where she had met a friend and was walking home at around 9pm. The marketing manager had spoken to her partner on the phone for about 15 minutes, and has not been heard from since that point, according to her friend Rose Woollard. We are increasingly concerned for the #missing Sarah Everard, 33, form #Brixton. She was last seen on 3rd March in the area of Clapham Common. She was wearing the green jacket and black...
    UNITY TWP., Pennsylvania -- A Pennsylvania woman managed to call for help after being assaulted at a Westmoreland County home last weekend by putting up a sign in the window, police said.The message read: "Call 911."State police told WTAE-TV that it's a good thing someone walking by the Unity Township home noticed the sign, and did something about it."He had smashed her phone so she was unable to make any phone calls to get some help," Trooper Steve Limani said.The suspect is identified as 44-year-old James Vickers.Police said the woman posted the sign in the window after Vickers beat and strangled her when she tried to leave the house.Authorities received the 911 call from the passerby late Saturday morning."Heads up on the victim's part, having to go through a traumatic situation that she had just went through and then thought 'my phone is damaged, I can't make a call, what...
    Tom Holland’s Spider-Man sounds like he’s in trouble, if the revealed title for the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Spider-Man 3 is any indication. Announced on Holland’s Instagram, the title for the third installment of the Marvel-Sony franchise is officially Spider-Man: Phone Home. The subtitle falls right in line with the high school-themed Homecoming and European vacation sequel Far From Home, and creates even more distance from Peter Parker’s home of New York City. (Also, good E.T. nod.) But where is the webslinging Avenger this time? Based on casting reports that neither Marvel Studios nor Sony Pictures have yet to technically confirm, Spider-Man: Phone Home will see Spidey sucked up into the multiverse. The pivot to an actual multiverse comes after Mysterio pranked the world into thinking there were other planes of existence in Far From Home … only for audiences to learn through a post-credit scene cameo by J.K. Simmons’ J....
    A New York assemblyman who accused Andrew Cuomo of berating him during a phone call, has penned an op-ed calling for the governor to be impeached over the COVID-19 nursing home scandal.  Earlier this month, Melissa DeRosa, Cuomo's secretary, unleashed a political firestorm when she admitted to state Democrats that the administration had deliberately hid data on the number of COVID-19 deaths in nursing homes.  Days after that revelation, Assemblyman Ron Kim claimed that the governor made threats as part of an effort to get him to 'cover up' for DeRosa's admission.  Now, Kim is standing up to the governor and even wrote an op-ed for Newsweek calling for his impeachment.  'We cannot be numb to the fact that 15,000 people died in nursing homes under Governor Cuomo's watch,' Kim wrote.  New York Assemblyman Ron Kim (right) who accused Andrew Cuomo (left) of berating him during a phone call, has...
    New York governor Andrew Cuomo 'has got to go' over his administration's cover-up of nursing home deaths in New York, a congressman has said, as state lawmakers described the 'bullying and screaming phone calls' he used to enforce his will in Albany. Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin told Fox News host Sean Hannity that Cuomo was a 'bully' who was 'filled with revenge and spit and backstabbing' as he called on him to be impeached by the state assembly. It came as more details emerged of the governor's cut-throat tactics, with New York representatives telling Politico of angry phone calls late into the evening which would leave them unable to get off the phone. In one call last week, Cuomo allegedly threatened to 'destroy' Democratic State Assemblyman Ron Kim as he accused him of lying to the media over his remarks on the state's nursing home scandal. Alec Baldwin used Twitter...
    GOV Cuomo has been ripped for ‘bullying’ by NYC mayor Bill de Blasio after ‘belittling phone calls’ to an assemblyman were uncovered. De Blasio backed up state lawmaker Ron Kim after it was revealed the New York Governor had threatened him during phone conversations for exposing a nursing home death cover-up. 4NYC mayor Bill de Blasio called Cuomo a 'bully' after 'belittling calls' were uncoveredCredit: The Mega Agency 4Gov Cuomo ‘berated and yelled’ at assemblyman for exposing a nursing home death cover-up Speaking to MSNBC De Blasio said “It’s a sad thing to say but that’s classic Andrew Cuomo. “A lot of people in New York state have received those phone calls. “The bullying is nothing new. I believe Ron Kim and it’s very, very sad. No public servant, no person who is telling the truth, should be treated that way. “The threats, the belittling, the demand that someone change...
    Democratic New York Assemblyman Ron Kim gave details Thursday about the threatening phone call he said he received from the governor. Kim told MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough that Democratic New York Governor Andrew Cuomo called him at home, demanding that he issue a new — false — statement about a meeting he attended with six other lawmakers. During that meeting, Kim said that Cuomo aide Melissa DeRosa conceded that the administration had hidden the real nursing home coronavirus numbers. (RELATED: ‘Utterly Ghoulish’: Meghan McCain And Sunny Hostin Join Forces, Lash Out At Gov. Cuomo Over Nursing Homes) WATCH: Kim said that Cuomo called him while he was at home with his family, demanding that he issue a statement contradicting what he had seen in that meeting. “For 10 minutes he berated me. He yelled at me. He told me that my career would be over,” Kim said, adding that Cuomo...
    A state lawmaker from Queens says a spitting-mad Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened to “destroy” him if he didn’t help contain the damage over the Cuomo administration’s cover-up of nursing home resident COVID-19 deaths. Assemblyman Ron Kim  — whose uncle died of the coronavirus in a nursing home — said Wednesday that  he got a phone call from the fellow-Democrat governor on the night of Feb. 11 that quickly turned dark, with Cuomo ultimately warning, “You have not seen my wrath.” The call came shortly after The Post exclusively reported how Secretary to the Governor Melissa DeRosa admitted on a conference call with lawmakers that Cuomo’s administration withheld the true death toll among nursing home residents for fear it would be “used against us” by federal prosecutors. “At first, there was a silence on the phone,” Kim said.  “Then the governor says, ‘Mr. Kim, are you an honorable man?’” Kim,...
    A New York assemblyman has claimed that he was threatened by Governor Andrew Cuomo and told 'I can destroy you' if he did not issue a positive statement regarding the nursing home cover-up scandal. Democratic Assemblyman Ron Kim claimed he received an angry phone call from Cuomo on Thursday after he was quoted in a New York Post article that revealed new details about how the governor's administration held back the true numbers on nursing home deaths from COVID-19. Kim alleges that Cuomo shouted at him for ten minutes and asked him 'are you an honorable man?' before the governor added that he 'hadn't seen his wrath and anger' before. Cuomo appeared to make good on his alleged threat on Wednesday as he criticized Kim during a press briefing and claimed that he and the assembly member had a 'long and hostile relationship'. Democratic Assemblyman Ron Kim (pictured) claims...
    More On: andrew cuomo Cuomo tries to bully lawmaker, The Post over nursing home scandal Here’s when New York amusement parks, summer camps are slated to reopen NYC mayoral hopefuls quiet on COVID-19 nursing home deaths Expect more lies, bullying and pandering from a wounded Cuomo A state lawmaker from Queens says Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened that he’d be “destroyed” if he didn’t help contain the damage over Cuomo’s cover-up of nursing home deaths from COVID-19. Assemblyman Ron Kim (D-Queens) on Wednesday said he got a phone call from the governor on Thursday night, shortly after The Post exclusively revealed how Secretary to the Governor Melissa de Rosa privately admitted that Cuomo’s administration withheld death data for fear it would be “used against us” by federal prosecutors. “At first, there was a silence on the phone,” Kim said. “Then the governor says, `Mr. Kim, are you an honorable man?”...
    Governor Andrew Cuomo held a press conference this week trying to respond to the growing outcry over covid nursing home deaths in New York, with even a number of New York Democrats publicly criticizing the governor. One of those Democrats was Assemblyman Ron Kim, who Cuomo made a point of publicly attacking in a press conference on Wednesday over unrelated matters. Oh my goodness. Gov. Cuomo is using his audio press conference to come out swinging against @rontkim, in a very personal way. — Laura Nahmias (@nahmias) February 17, 2021 .@DanClarkReports with solid question as to whether the attack on @rontkim is in line with the need to lower the temperature on political rhetoric. “He attacked me, he attacked me,” he said. https://t.co/7LvQAxJSCB — Jesse McKinley (@jessemckinley) February 17, 2021 Cuomo accused Ron Kim of self-dealing on the unrelated issue of nail salon regulations. He implored reporters...
    Although, it is not recommended that we allow any application to know our exact location. Sometimes it may be necessary. So if you need add a location to Google Maps on phone and PC, we are going to show you step by step how to proceed. Having our location configured in Google Maps allows us to find places with greater precision and ease. However, we must bear in mind that our privacy is exposed, since we are sharing our location all the time with Google’s servers. Leaving this aside, there is no other problem or risk of adding the exact location of our home or workplace. We are going to see a little below how to add my location to Google Maps on the phone and on PC, you will see that it is extremely simple. How to add my location to Google Maps on PC The first thing we...
    AMANDA Holden has said she is "devastated" about breaking lockdown rules. The 49-year-old has been reported to police for travelling 215 miles to Cornwall after getting a "distressing" phone call from her stepdad Leslie, 75. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 6Amanda Holden is 'devastated' after being reported to policeCredit: Rex Features Her spokesman told The Sun: “Amanda is aware of the rules and is devastated she had to break them.” He added: “Amanda knows all families are going through difficulty during these turbulent times but received a distressing telephone call from her elderly father on Friday afternoon. “On balance Amanda felt the round trip to Cornwall necessary to contain the matter at her family home. The very personal situation has now been aided and Amanda is back in London. “Amanda did not act on a whim and has adhered to Covid rules every...
    Facebook David Kaser and Crystal and Clarissa Kaser On Tuesday afternoon, David Kaser was on the phone with his wife of 30 years when he shot and killed their two daughters before turning the gun on himself. The 56-year-old was having marital issues and after he killed their daughters, aged 19 and 14, he told his wife, “How do you like that?” before killing himself, authorities said. His wife, who was at work at the time of the murder-suicide, called police to request that they do a welfare check because of Kaser’s threats. She added that she heard what appeared to be a gunshot on the phone, the Tulsa World reported. Officers responded to the couple’s home in Sand Springs, a western suburb of Tulsa, Oklahoma, on Tuesday afternoon and found the bodies of Kaser and his two teenage daughters, 19-year-old Clarissa Kaser and 14-year-old Crystal Kaser. Authorities...
    An Oklahoma man having marital problems with his wife was on the phone with her when he fatally shot their two daughters — and said, “How do you like that?” before turning the gun on himself, authorities said. The girls’ mother was at work when her husband of 30 years, David Kaser, killed their daughters, 19-year-old Clarissa Kaser and 14-year-old Crystal Kaser, in their Sand Springs home Wednesday afternoon, the Tusla World reported. She initially called the police so they could do a welfare check because her husband threatened he was going to kill their kids and then himself. The wife added that while she was on the phone with Kaser, she heard what appeared to be a gunshot and then he said, “How do you like that?” police said. Cops responded to the home, and when they went inside, they found Kaser, 56, and...
    More On: oklahoma Oklahoma woman shot for stealing man’s Nazi flag from home is suing him Drum exercise class proves you’re never too old to rock ‘Monster’ gunned down brother, three of his own children in massacre Suspect arrested in Oklahoma massacre of man and five children An Oklahoma man having marital problems with his wife was on the phone with her when he fatally shot their two daughters — and said, “How do you like that?” before turning the gun on himself, authorities said. The girls’ mother was at work when her husband of 30 years, David Kaser, killed their daughters, 19-year-old Clarissa Kaser and 14-year-old Crystal Kaser, in their Sand Springs home Wednesday afternoon, the Tusla World reported. She initially called the police so they could do a welfare check because her husband threatened he was going to kill their kids and then himself. ...
    The Oklahoma woman who was on the phone with her husband when he fatally shot the couple’s two teenage daughters and told her ‘How do you like that?’ before turning the gun on himself on Tuesday has been identified. Teresa Kaser and her husband, David Kaser, both 56, had been married for more than 30 years and had six children together. According to police in Sand Springs, Oklahoma, the couple was in the midst of bitter marital strife when David fatally shot his two daughters - Clarissa Kaser, 19, and Crystal 'Grey' Kaser, 14, on Tuesday afternoon. Police said that David was physically disabled, jobless, and confined to the home where he stayed with his daughters at the time of the tragedy, according to KTUL-TV. According to Facebook and LinkedIn, Teresa and David once ran a vending machine business from their home, though that business was sold about three years...
    An Oklahoma man shot dead his two young daughters while on the phone with his wife and told her ‘How do you like that?’ before eventually turning the gun on himself in what police are calling a murder-suicide. Investigators in Sand Springs said they received a call just before 1pm from the girls’ mother who was at work at the time. She told police that moments earlier she was on the phone with her husband. During their conversation, he threatened to kill their two daughters as well as himself, police told Sand Springs Leader. The woman, who works some 20 minutes away from the family’s home on South Walnut Creek Drive, asked officers to do a welfare check at the home. Police said the woman told investigators that she and her husband had been having marital problems for months and that her husband had made threats before, though nothing as...
    THIS is the chilling moment a distressed woman banged on a homeowner’s door begging “I need help.” The footage was captured by a Ring camera at a home in East London at around 5am on Monday 8th February. 2The footage was captured by a Ring camera at a home in East London 2A distressed woman bangs on the homeowner’s door begging 'I need help' The CCTV video shows a woman filmed Gants Hill in Ilford outside on their doorstep banging on the door and windows while on her phone. She said: “Please help. Please help me” before quietly reporting to someone on her mobile phone “Hold on, I’m just knocking on the door”.  However as soon as she heard their dog bark, the woman ran away from the house. The video was shared by @ig1ig3 - a social media page which raises awareness about news in the Ilford area. The...
    HAVE you ever considered forgiving infidelity? You shouldn't. Author Helen Whitaker, 40, reveals why it’s once a cheat, always a cheat when it comes to relationships. 2Helen Whitaker explainer why you shouldn't forgive a cheaterCredit: Robert Harper The day after my 30th birthday, a package arrived in the post. I tore it open, assuming it was for me. “What a lovely gift,” I thought, registering it was a packet of photos. Leafing through them, I expected to see memories of my life and friends back in London or scenes of Los Angeles where I was living with my boyfriend of five years, Chris. Instead, I saw Chris smiling at the camera in an unfamiliar location. Then I flipped to the next photo, and my stomach plummeted. He’d been on holiday – with a woman who wasn’t me. Photos showed them hugging and kissing, a happy couple...
    The sister of a 39-year-old mother who has been missing for almost a month said that local authorities shockingly told her that her brother-in-law had hired a lawyer and was no longer cooperating with his wife's search.  May 'Maya' Millete was last seen at her Chula Vista home by family on Jan. 7 at around 5pm, according to a Jan. 24 police report from the Chula Vista Police Department.  Police were called to her family's Paseo Los Gatos home on Jan. 10 and informed that the mother was missing. They had been investigating her disappearance ever since. Scroll down for video  May 'Maya' Millete was last seen at her Chula Vista home by family on Jan. 7 at around 5pm Police were called to her family's Paseo Los Gatos home on Jan. 10 and informed that the mother was missing. Family noted that it was 'extremely unusual' that the...
    Health experts have been calling for expanded at-home testing to make it easier for people to determine whether they have COVID-19 and, if so, to avoid contact with others. However, it can take some time for manufacturing to scale up. Most tests still require health professionals to perform a nasal swab, many of which are sent to labs for analysis. The FDA previously approved other tests that can deliver results in under 15 minutes. Many airlines and countries require proof of a negative COVID-19 test before allowing travelers to fly or enter the country. Having the option to carry out a test at home with rapid results could make it easier for people to travel if they need to.
    Samsung, the world’s biggest phone maker, is also one of the largest consumer electronics and appliance makers in the world, selling everything from televisions to refrigerators. So we were wondering: How much would it cost the ultimate Samsung fan if they could spend all they wanted on each of Samsung’s highest-end devices? In December — as a sort of thought experiment — CNN Business calculated what it would cost to buy all the most expensive Apple gadgets (if anyone ever actually did such a thing). The answer: Nearly $80,000. Samsung’s biggest fan would pay more. Phone At $1,999.99, Samsung’s latest foldable smartphone, the Galaxy Z Fold 2 with 5G, is the most expensive phone in the company’s current lineup. (Note: Samsung is currently offering sitewide discounts, so this article includes prices as they are listed on its site as of Thursday. Trade-ins can lower prices even more.) Released in September,...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A 39-year-old Minneapolis man is accused of killing his girlfriend in their home and later fleeing to Illinois despite agreeing to meet with an investigator. According to charges filed in Hennepin County, Almanzo Cotton faces unintentional second-degree murder in connection to the death of 54-year-old Kim Theng on Nov. 17, 2020. Cotton allegedly assaulted his girlfriend, causing fatal injuries, in their home on the 3300 block of Sheridan Avenue North. He called 911 on the morning of Nov. 17 and reported a burglary at his house and quickly hung up. He called a few minutes later and said he returned home to find Theng lying on the floor. Theng was pronounced dead an hour later at North Memorial Health Hospital. The medical examiner later confirmed she died of blunt force trauma to her head. According to the complaint, Cotton and Theng had an...
    Nancy Pelosi's laptop which was stolen during the Capitol siege has not yet been recovered, a lawyer has revealed. Prosecutors say Speaker Pelosi's HP computer was lifted from her office by 22-year-old Trump fan Riley Williams during the deadly riot on January 6. But Williams' lawyer said Tuesday that searches of her client's home and car in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, had not yielded the laptop.  It was Williams' ex-boyfriend who alerted the FBI that there was footage of her stealing the device. He claimed Williams tried to flog it to Russian spies.  Riley Williams, 22, in a brown trench coat and glasses, was seen inside the Capitol on January 6 Williams has been out on bail since Thursday and is confined to her mother's apartment Prosecutors have published this still from a video which they believe was taken from Williams' phone She 'intended to send the computer device...
    People have long used Tasker to take care of repetitive tasks on their Android device, or to customize its features based on things like whether they’re at home or at the office. Now the app’s features are a little easier to use since you can trigger them via Google Assistant. XDA points out a post by the developer on Reddit where he points out the currently available triggers, which you can use to run your favorite automations by name. Tasker is an incredibly powerful utility, but it can be a bit complex and intimidating, and voice control could be the difference in making it usable on a regular basis around your home. If you have the Google Play Pass subscription then access is free, and there’s also a seven day trial available, otherwise it costs $3.49 in the Play Store.
    Prosecutors have released a new photograph that they say is from Riley Williams' camera phone and shows the moment Nancy Pelosi's laptop was stolen from her office during the January 6 riots. Williams' former boyfriend told investigators that the 22-year-old stole the HP machine and 'attempted to sell it to Russians'. The ex, referred to in court documents as W1, told investigators that friends of Williams had played him a video that showed her stealing the device. They said, according to the court documents, that she 'intended to send the computer device to a friend in Russia, who then planned to sell the device to SVR, Russia's foreign intelligence service'.  Riley Williams, in a brown trench coat and glasses, was seen inside the Capitol on January 6 She had traveled to Washington DC with her father from her Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, home Prosecutors on Tuesday published a still...
    SOHO, Manhattan (WABC) -- A demonstration was held outside the Arlo Hotel in SoHo, where a woman wrongly accused a 14-year-old of stealing her iPhone.Protesters called for the hotel employee who got involved in the dispute to apologize.ALSO READ | Family calls for boycott over NYC hotel's handling of false phone theft accusationEMBED More News Videos Sandra Bookman reports on the family speaking out about the incident. The teenager's father shot video that reveals the worker asking the teen to show his phone as proof it did not belong to Miya Ponsetto.The National Action Network organized the protest, along with similar ones outside hotels in Florida and Illinois with the same owners.MORE NEWS | Crash with police cruiser sends SUV into Long Island home; Car and house catch fire, officer airliftedEMBED More News VideosJim Dolan has an update on a crash with a police cruiser that sent an SUV into...
    New York : Google presented several very useful news for Android users. Photo: ROBYN BECK / . The coronavirus pandemic forced this year, the world’s most important annual technology fair, to lto CES 2021, It was carried out virtually, but this did not prevent the large companies and manufacturers of the sector from being present in it. This year, CES 2021 had a different and special approach, focusing on how technology will help you carry out your daily tasks from home, no matter if you find yourself doing other things. That is why throughout these days, through videos, a line of new products were presented, and all of them with Google integrated. In telephony Samsung’s new Galaxy S21 series comes with a more cohesive Android experience and updates that make it easier to connect with friends and family. From your smartphone, you can...
    QAnon believer who plotted to kill Nancy Pelosi came to D.C. ready for war Massachusetts teen defends outting relatives who picked fight with Black guard during Capitol riots These $19k SUVs Will Make You Trade in Your Car Ad Microsoft The Highest Paying Cash Back Card Has Hit The Market Ad Microsoft 17 Ways These $20 Lights Will Upgrade Your Home Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/17 SLIDES © Morten Falch Sortland - Getty Images 1) Add a touch of color to your stairs Staircase remodeling can cost a lot, and this trick will save you money if you do it yourself. Sarah Logan, editor of The Bunny Hub,...
    How online retailers get you to spend too much money How to Use Tire Pressures to Your Advantage on Snow CES 2021: Razer N95 mask, LG rollable phone and transparent TV, Sony drone We're two days into this year's virtual Consumer Electronics Show, and we've already seen big tech announcements from companies like LG, Razer, and even Yves Saint-Laurent and L'Oreal. From a "rollable" smartphone and transparent TVs to a $299 lipstick mixer, here are the highlights from the tech trade show so far. © LG LG Rollable phone If you missed it, we covered Day One of pandemic-proof tech gadgets here, and what to expect at this year's unusual tech trade show here. Load Error Home entertainment, gaming and home office Increasingly, we're seeing the category of home entertainment intersect with work-from-home technology. Enter the surprisingly sleek Acer Predator Triton laptop, which is...
    GROVELAND (CBS13) — It is an investigation and arrest that includes wild details of kidnapping, holding a victim hostage for a week, an escape, and a shootout. The suspect in the case is now booked in jail after Tuolumne County Sheriff deputies shot him in a confrontation while they served an arrest warrant at his home. John Banks. Cell phone video inside the home shows the aftermath of the shootout between Tuolumne County deputies and suspect John Banks. Shattered glass, bloodstains, and evidence markings dot the home where the violent confrontation played out. Katrina Olson recorded the pictures. “Very heartbreaking, especially when you walk in and see blood,” Olson said. Olson is now cleaning the mess at her friend’s home as he sits in jail facing serious charges. “He’s been my best friend for 21 years, and this is not him,” Olson said. The Tuolumne County Sheriff’s office served an...
    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A 22-year-old woman who was caught on video accusing a Black teen of stealing her cell phone and then tackling him to the ground in a New York City hotel is back home in Southern California after appearing in New York to face criminal charges in the incident. Miya Ponsetto was extradited to New York City over the weekend to appear on charges of attempted assault, attempted robbery, grand larceny and acting in a manner injurious to a child. A Manhattan criminal court judge Saturday gave her supervised release. On Sunday, TMZ cameras captured footage of Ponsetto after she arrived back at Los Angeles International Airport. According to CBS New York, on Dec. 26, Ponsetto is accused of attacking 14-year-old Keyon Harrold Jr. and his father inside the lobby of the Arlo Hotel in New York City. The entire incident was captured on cell phone and...
    A few years ago, Samsung announced a sustainability initiative called “Galaxy Upcycling,” an effort to repurpose and reuse older smartphones. We haven’t heard much about it since then, but today at CES 2021 Samsung announced an evolution of that program called Galaxy Upcycling at home. At its core, the idea is to let people who still own older Galaxy smartphones to use them as part of their connected home rather than just leave them in a drawer (or worse, send them to a landfill). To enable new features for these old phones, Samsung will release a software update that lets owners choose how they want to use their devices. One example the company gave was using an old phone as a. baby monitor — it can listen for a baby waking and crying and send an alert to the parent’s phone so they can go check in. Another...
    The popular messaging application “WhatsApp” has put its users in trouble after its latest update, which explains that the terms and privacy policy must be agreed upon once the application is opened, and the user will not be able to use the app after February 8 if they do not respond to approval. The new terms include collecting some data and making it available to accounts واتساب According to Financial Express, such as user activity, phone number, account picture and contacts with other users. Read this too .. “WhatsApp” announces a surprise for users by 2021 The conditions also apply to the collection of information about the digital identifier (IP) of a used computer or phone, its location and language, as well as payment transactions and financial data of users. Numerous mobile phone users on Android and iOS systems received notification messages to approve the new update, which angered users,...
    TREMBLING with fear, mum-of-three Lianne Davies peered out of her bedroom window into the dark winter night. Though nobody was visible, she heard a stranger loudly threatening her husband Paul on his phone: “I’ve been watching your house and your children,” the voice said. “Come outside or I’m going to batter you.” 5From camera doorbells to security drones — here is your home tech could be spying on youCredit: Getty As Lianne would later learn, a hacker had broken into the family’s smart doorbell account and viewed video footage of them leaving and entering the house earlier that day. After retrieving Paul’s mobile number from the account, the man repeatedly called his phone that evening, urging him to come outside. As Paul and Lianne’s three young children slept in their beds, he became increasingly insistent. “Come out or I’ll steal your car,” he warned Paul, 39, while even telling him...
    A woman who falsely accused a Black teenager of stealing her phone and then tackled him at a New York City hotel was arrested Thursday in her home state of California. Miya Ponsetto, 22, was jailed in Ventura County, the sheriff's office there said. It wasn't immediately clear what charges she might face. See Ponsetto's interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Gayle King   The New York Police Department flew detectives out to California earlier Thursday with a warrant for Ponsetto's arrest. The Ventura County Sheriff's Department confirmed to CBS News on Friday night that Ponsetto had been transferred to NYPD custody.  The trip followed days of intense media coverage of the fracas at the hotel and demands by the teen's family and activists that she face criminal charges. Ponsetto's lawyer, Sharen Ghatan, told The Associated Press in an interview before the arrest that her client is "emotionally unwell"...
    VENTURA (CBSLA) – A suspect believed to be the woman who was caught on video last month tackling a Black teenager at a New York City hotel after falsely accusing him of stealing her cell phone has been arrested in Ventura County. Miya Ponsetto, 22, was arrested in Piru, Calif., on Jan. 7, 2020. (Ventura County Sheriff’s Office) The Ventura County Sheriff’s Office reported that 22-year-old Miya Ponsetto was taken into custody on a fugitive warrant outside her home in the town of Piru Thursday afternoon. According to the sheriff’s office, a little before 4:30 p.m. deputies attempted to pull Ponsetto over as she was driving, but she refused to stop. When she reached her home on Marina Circle, she refused to get out of her car and had to be forcibly removed. Investigators with the New York Police Department flew in to Ventura County Thursday morning to assist with...
    BURGLARS were caught out by their own cheek — after one dialled 999 by sitting on his phone. Emergency staff who answered the call listened in when nobody responded to their questions, fearing the caller was unable to speak. 3Burglars were caught out by their own cheek after one dialled 999 by sitting on his phoneCredit: E+ - Getty 3 Chief Inspector John Owen of ­Staffordshire Police tweeted: 'Whilst committing a burglary, one of the bungling burglars has accidentally sat on his phone and dialled 999'Credit: Kennedy News/CI John Owen/Twitter But they quickly realised they were hearing a burglary in process, traced the call and sent cops round to check it out. Officers listened in as the drama unfolded at 9.10pm on Wednesday. And they were still on the line as colleagues turned up to the address in the Middleport area of Stoke-on-Trent, Staffs. Two men, aged 42 and 49...
    Samsung is once again revealing C-Lab experiments at CES, and this year they reflect the stay-at-home reality of the pandemic. The company has unveiled in-house projects that include EZCal, a mobile app that automatically calibrates your TV’s picture quality. You don’t need to hire an expert or get a dedicated tool to optimize your screen for movie night, in other words. Other internal projects are quite varied. Scan & Dive is a “IoT device” (really, a scanner) that classifies fabric and recommends care options — you may get a better sense of how to wash your clothes. Food & Sommelier, meanwhile, uses AI to pair food and wine for your home-cooked meals. And if you do need to head outside, Air Pocket is a portable oxygen storage device you can wear on your face mask.
    A NEWLYWED was "knifed to death by her husband while screaming 'Mum, I want to come home' down the phone just six days after their wedding". Rafaela Francisco, 19, was allegedly stabbed to death by her husband, Mario Francisco, at their apartment in the south-eastern Brazilian city of Sao Paulo on December 23. 3Rafaela (left) was married to her husband Mario Francisco (right) for six days before she diedCredit: Newsflash 3The 19-year-old marketing student sent an audio message to her mum while she was dying saying how she wanted to 'come home'Credit: Newsflash On the day she was killed, Rafaela was straightening her hair when Mario arrived home and an argument immediately ensued. According to reports, Mario then grabbed a knife and stabbed his wife in the stomach and the neck. The young woman managed to send her mother an audio message during the violent attack which would be her...
    An off-duty NYPD cop was busted in Queens for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend during a squabble over a phone, police said Tuesday.  Christopher Valencia, 28, was arrested at 10:45 p.m. Monday and charged with unlawful imprisonment, assault and harassment in connection to the incident that left his girlfriend with minor injuries, authorities said.  The alleged assault happened inside his home, in the confines of the 110th Precinct, which covers Corona and Elmhurst, according to police.  Police said the violence stemmed from a dispute over a phone, but had no further details.  Valencia has been with the NYPD for about 3.5 years and works in his home borough, according to authorities.
    More On: police officers Suspect accused of hitting cop with truck escapes holding cell Cop buys Christmas dinner for family caught stealing groceries Video shows California cop punching his police dog partner Massachusetts cop fatally shoots his police dog at crime scene An off-duty NYPD cop was busted in Queens for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend during a squabble over a phone, police said Tuesday.  Christopher Valencia, 28, was arrested at 10:45 p.m. Monday and charged with unlawful imprisonment, assault and harassment in connection to the incident that left his girlfriend with minor injuries, authorities said.  The alleged assault happened inside his home, in the confines of the 110th Precinct, which covers Corona and Elmhurst, according to police.  Police said the violence stemmed from a dispute over a phone, but had no further details.  Valencia has been with the NYPD for about 3.5 years and works in his home borough,...
    LANSDOWNE, Md. (WJZ) — Police in Baltimore County are searching for a missing 16-year-old boy who left home after a family dispute, county police said. Willie Bisbee left his home on 5th Avenue around 5 p.m. wearing a red and black Dexter’s Lab hoodie, black sweatpants and black and red glasses. Police said he did not have a phone or money with him. #MISSING: Willie Bisbee (16) 56/150 lbs, left home on 5th Ave, 21227 just before 5pm after family dispute, wearing red/black "Dexters Lab" hoodie, black sweat pants, w/black & red glasses. No phone or cash. If seen/have info call 911 or 410-887-0872. ^jzp pic.twitter.com/nz4ontLCbF — Baltimore County Police Department (@BaltCoPolice) January 5, 2021 Anyone with information should call police at 410-887-0872 or 911.
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    Bay Area residents received a phone alert at noon Friday about the stay-home order that took effect just before midnight. The California Office of Emergency Services sent out a wireless emergency alert (WEA) to the mobile phones of everyone in the 11 counties where the state imposed the order most recently. The alerts are not targeted to specific users but go to all WEA-enabled phones in a certain geographic area. The “imminent threat” alerts and Amber Alerts can be disabled with phone settings. A third kind of WEA, to be sent in case of a national emergency, cannot be disabled. The counties that came under the stay-home order at 11:59 p.m. Thursday are Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Solano and  Sonoma. Click here to read more about the restrictions.  
    (CNN Business)So much of the technology we use in our daily lives is meant for life on the go—whether we're commuting to work, connecting with friends while out and about, or taking a trip. But for most of us at CNN Business, 2020 consisted of doing little and going hardly anywhere as we adapted to life during a pandemic. This meant that a lot of the technology we usually rely on became (sadly) useless, and probably won't be necessary for months to come.Here's a list of what our reporters and editors looked at forlornly (and, at times, shoved into a drawer) this year, and hope we'll put back into service in 2021.KayakIf apps could get cobwebs, the Kayak app on my phone would look like a haunted house. Read MoreIn normal times, I would check the Kayak app every couple of weeks to see what kind of deals I could...
    ROSEVILLE (CBS13) – The Roseville Police Department swarmed the Sun City retirement neighborhood on Tuesday after reports of an active shooter. “All the police officers with their long guns. They were closing off streets. I would say there was probably eight to 10 of them,” said Brooks, who lives in the home Roseville police were directed to. Department spokesperson Ron Baquera said the department received a call reporting “a horrific incident” that was verified by a second caller. Baquera said the second caller ” made this incident seem even more realistic.” With police on their way to Brooks’ home, dispatch connected with the former police officer himself. “They said, ‘This is the police department.’ They said, ‘Is everything ok?’ They said, ‘Are you sure there’s nobody else in the house?’ I said I’m positive, and they said ok and basically told me what happened,” Brooks said. Roseville Police were told...
    McKINNEY, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Firefighters rescued a woman stranded on the roof of her burning McKinney home after she ran back inside for her cell phone. It happened in the 6300 block of Avalon Woods Dr. on December 14. The woman had helped her mother escape the burning home, before running back inside and getting trapped. “If a fire breaks out in your home, you have just a few minutes to get out safely,” said McKinney Fire Marshal Mike Smith. “Close doors as you leave and don’t go back inside for any reason.” Firefighters used ladders to bring the woman down to safety. Two people were treated and transported to a local hospital for burns and smoke inhalation. The cause of the fire is under investigation. MORE FROM CBSDFW Country Music Legend Charley Pride Dies Of COVID-19 Complications In Dallas Texas GOP Chair Allen West Suggests ‘Law-Abiding States’ Should ‘Form...
    Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage has sent the Tiger King a heartfelt video message for their third wedding anniversary, saying: 'I love you very much. You'll be home soon, stay strong.' In the video, given to DailyMailTV exclusively, Passage, 22, says he wishes they could spend 'this special time together' ahead of the anniversary Friday. Former zoo owner Exotic is currently in prison serving a 22-year sentence after being found guilty of a murder-for-hire plot against his exotic animal rival Carole Baskin. His legal team, dubbed Team Tiger, is working on an appeal and also pushing for a presidential pardon for Exotic. And supportive Passage, who recently moved to Texas to be closer to his husband, made the video for the 57-year-old in the hope he will catch a glimpse of it on DailyMailTV from Federal Medical Center, Fort Worth,Texas. Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage has sent the Tiger...
    More On: missing persons Influencer was reportedly ‘mentor’ at a possible pyramid scheme before death Sanitation worker who found dead influencer’s body shares grisly details Missing soldier reportedly decapitated, cause of death is unclear Heroic dog praised for key role in 78-year-old owner’s rescue A Missouri mom has been missing since she vanished from her home on Mother’s Day — and her family has vowed that they’re “never going to stop fighting” to find her. Echo Lloyd, 47, was reported missing after her daughter, Kelsey Smith, went to deliver a Mother’s Day card and flowers May 10 and didn’t find her at her home in Edwards, NBC’s “Dateline” reported. “Her car wasn’t in the driveway and the door was locked,” Smith told the program. “So I left the card and flowers on the back porch and wrote her a note telling her to call me.” She tried to contact...
    WYLIE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – While the world has been locked in mortal combat with Covid-19, Matthew Butschek has been in what many would consider a paradise: doing environmental work on a remote Hawaiian island, Kure Atoll. “So, we missed everything,” says Butschek,” from his home in Wylie. “But it turns out it’s something that we should be glad we missed.” Remote Hawaiian island Kure Atoll (credit: Matthew Butschek) When Butschek and his fellow team members left to do habitat restoration on the otherwise uninhabited island in February, he says Covid seemed like “another SARS, or you know, swine flu or just some sort of bad flu.” In fact, he recalls the news then, was that Hawaii had just gotten its first case. The island paradise was not only protected from the ravages of the virus– but the team members were also unplugged. “So, we had no internet access and no...
    KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — A Connecticut physical therapist charged with killing his wife and three children at their Florida home told his sister in a phone call from jail that he couldn’t have stopped his family from being slain — because he wasn't around. "I couldn’t stop this because I wasn’t there,” Anthony Todt told his sister Chrissy Caplet in recordings of one of two phone calls obtained by The Day of New London, Connecticut. Authorities allege that Todt, who worked in Connecticut and spent weekends with his family in Florida, killed his wife and three children, as well as the family dog. The decomposing bodies were discovered Jan. 13, a Monday, in the family's home in Celebration, a planned community near Walt Disney World and developed by the Walt Disney Co. Todt, 45, claimed in a June 19 letter to his father obtained by the Orlando Sentinel that his...
    KISSIMMEE, Fla. (AP) — A Connecticut physical therapist charged with killing his wife and three children at their Florida home told his sister in a phone call from jail that he couldn’t have stopped his family from being slain — because he wasn’t around. “I couldn’t stop this because I wasn’t there,” Anthony Todt told his sister Chrissy Caplet in recordings of one of two phone calls obtained by The Day of New London, Connecticut. Authorities allege that Todt, who worked in Connecticut and spent weekends with his family in Florida, killed his wife and three children, as well as the family dog. The decomposing bodies were discovered Jan. 13, a Monday, in the family’s home in Celebration, a planned community near Walt Disney World and developed by the Walt Disney Co. Todt, 45, claimed in a June 19 letter to his father obtained by the Orlando Sentinel that his...
    A Florida woman was arrested for allegedly setting up a dating profile advertising “free meth tonight” that sent suitors to her romantic rival’s home looking for sex, police said. Vanessa Marie Huckaba, 29, created the “Islandbabe1234” profile on the website Seeking Arrangement and included the name, photo, cellphone number and address of a woman who was dating her ex-boyfriend, according to an arrest report obtained by The Miami Herald. FLORIDA WOMAN CHARGED IN MACHETE ATTACK WANTED TO BE WITH VICTIM'S WIFE: DEPUTIES “Multiple strangers began arriving at the victim’s residence thereafter,” said Adam Linhardt, a spokesman for the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office. Other creeps sent the woman naked photos of themselves. The 36-year-old victim said that Huckaba, who she had never met, started harassing her in October after she began dating a man Huckaba had previously been in a relationship with for six months, the report states. FLORIDA MAN GIVES CAR...
    New York (CNN Business)With many people working from home for the foreseeable future -- and perhaps forever -- you wouldn't expect a company that still makes desktop phones to be thriving.But Avaya (AVYA), a communications services firm that caters to businesses, is doing just fine, thank you. That's because Avaya has made a transformational shift to focus more on the lucrative business of cloud software and less on clunky hardware. The company reported sales for its fiscal fourth quarter Wednesday that rose nearly 5%, topping forecasts. The stock fell 7% Wednesday though and was down another 5% Thursday as earnings were below Wall Street estimates. Yet Avaya shares, even after this week's slide, are still up nearly 30% this year. Not bad for a company that filed for a bankruptcy reorganization just three years ago.Meeting hell has gotten worse. These companies are fighting backAvaya used to be part of the...
    CARROLLTON (CBSDFW.COM) – Allen business man Keith T. Ashley was charged with murder after allegedly staging his client, James “Jim” Seegan’s suicide. Ashley was taken into federal custody near his home in Allen on Friday, November 13, 2020 on related wire fraud charges. James’ wife, Sakida “Dida” Seegan found him dead in an upstairs office when she returned home from work on Feb. 19, 2020. There was a semi-automatic handgun in the 62-year-old’s left hand, which was resting on his left thigh, according to the arrest warrant. He had an entry gunshot wound on the left side of his head and an exit wound on the right side of his head. Mrs. Seegan told detectives that her husband was right-handed and didn’t own any guns. An apparent suicide note was left on the desk next to James. It was typed, without any handwriting or signature. The last sentence read, “My last...
    CARROLLTON (CBSDFW.COM) – Allen business man Keith T. Ashley was charged with murder after allegedly staging his client, James “Jim” Seegan’s suicide. Ashely was taken into federal custody near his home in Allen on Friday, November 13, 2020 on related wire fraud charges. James’ wife, Sakida “Dida” Seegan found him dead in an upstairs office when she returned home from work on Feb. 19, 2020. There was a semi-automatic handgun in the 62-year-old’s left hand, which was resting on his left thigh, according to the arrest warrant. He had an entry gunshot wound on the left side of his head and an exit wound on the right side of his head. Mrs. Seegan told detectives that her husband was right-handed and didn’t own any guns. An apparent suicide note was left on the desk next to James. It was typed, without any handwriting or signature. The last sentence read, “My last...
    COPS are searching for a teenage girl who has been missing from her home in Michigan for nearly two weeks. Gloria Alvarado vanished on Sunday, November 1 while her family were asleep at their home in Filmore Street, Taylor. 5Gloria was described by a her family as a straight-A student 5A man got out of a car outside the home before the footage ended The teenager was last seen by her parents at 9.30pm when she went to bed. When Gloria's mom, Tina, went to wake her daughter for school on Monday morning, she found the window open and Gloria's mobile phone lying on her bed. Realising her daughter was missing, she yelled: "Gloria is gone, she is gone." Tina told Fox 2: "Wherever she is, I hope she is ok. "I just want my baby back and I want her to call me." She added: "She’s always laughing cracking...
    HBO's 'Murder on Middle Beach' is a deeply intimate docuseries directed by Madison Hamburg, who tries to investigate his mother's murder and find her killer a decade after her death. Madison Hamburg was 18 years old when he got the call from his sister: Their mother had been stabbed and bludgeoned to death outside her home in the affluent southeastern Connecticut town of Madison. Now 29, he has directed a nail-biting and hauntingly personal documentary series about his mother Barbara's March 3, 2010 murder, which remains unsolved.  In the documentary, he unearths secrets about his family's addictions as well as his mother's involvement in a pyramid scheme and bluntly asks family members if they're guilty of the murder    Scroll down for video  First-time director Madison Hamburg (pictured) created a docuseries exploring his mother's 2010 murder outside their home in Madison, Connecticut  Barbara Beach Hamburg (pictured) was discovered stabbed and bludgeoned...
    The search is intensifying for a teenager who has been missing from her Taylor, Michigan home for almost two weeks now. Fifteen-year-old Gloria Alvarado went to sleep in her room on the night of Sunday, November 1. When her mom went to wake her up for school the next day, however, Alvarado was no longer there. Additionally, the window screen in her room was cut and her cell phone was left behind, immediately raising concern. 'Where ever she is I hope she is ok,' Tina Alvarado, Gloria's mother, told FOX 2. 'I just want my baby back and I want her to call me.' Gloria Alvarado, 15, disappeared from her home in the early hours of Monday, November 2 The 15-year-old does not have her cell phone and the screen window of her bedroom was cut Police were able to acquire a 14-second video from a neighbor...
    And I’ll be honest: “too little” was a big concern for me going into this review. When I tried the iPhone SE earlier this year, I found its 4.7-inch screen tough to adjust to after years of reviewing huge smartphones. Typing, in particular, was a pain at first, since I had to relearn how to type on such a small screen. Thankfully, none of that was true with the 12 mini. There’s a learning curve, sure, but nothing outrageous. As a small-phone convert, I can’t overstate how much I like the iPhone 12 mini — it strikes a good balance between size and performance. But I can’t pretend it doesn’t have its issues, the biggest of which you probably saw coming. In short, the iPhone 12 mini’s battery life is adequate at best, and that’s being pretty generous. It is absolutely the kind of phone you’ll have to charge every...
    Jack Gillum - Jeremy B. Merrill November 8, 2020 7:12PM (UTC) This article originally appeared on ProPublica. More than 800,000 people with phone numbers tied to six presidential swing states have been targeted with automated phone calls on Tuesday suggesting they remain at home on Election Day, a tactic that has alarmed voters and has drawn the attention of the FBI, documents and interviews show. All told, more than 3 million calls were made to people across the country on Tuesday, instructing them to "stay safe and stay home," according to data and call recordings provided by the firm TelTech, which owns the RoboKiller smartphone app. One message, only a few seconds long, delivers the message in a monotone, robotic voice. : Government officials and voters interpreted the messages as potential voter suppression, though it's not clear what the intent was since the messages apparently began last December, before...
    Amid the stress of the ongoing US election count, anxious TV viewers have enjoyed an unexpected moment of comedic relief on MSNBC.   Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Schapiro was being interviewed by the cable network from his home in Abington on Friday night when his teenage son Jonah wandered into the room.  Video of the incident, which is now going viral on social media, shows the Attorney General speaking via Zoom, completely unaware that the teen had strolled into the frame behind him.  I’m taking his phone away for 24 hours. ???? https://t.co/1OYI8N4LwV— Josh Shapiro (@JoshShapiroPA) November 7, 2020 Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Schapiro was being interviewed on MSNBC from his home in Abington on Friday night when his teenage son Jonah wandered into the room In the short clip, Democrat Shapiro is heard railing against President Trump as the boy walks in texting on his phone.  When Jonah looks...
    A TURKISH man shot his ex-wife and tried to cover it up by sending a series of fake messages from her phone after her death, cops said. Abdullah Kaya, 60, is accused of killing gym worker Hulya Gulluce, 39, at the home they shared in Belediye Evleri, Turkey on October 4. 4Hulya Gulluce was killed at her home in Belediye EvleriCredit: Newsflash 4Abdullah Kaya, 60, is accused of killing his ex-wifeCredit: Newsflash Emergency services rushed to the scene after Hulya was found dead by her 17-year-old daughter at 7am. Officers arrested Abdullah after reviewing CCTV at the family home. Cops said he had sent a series of fake text messages between him and his ex-wife to cover his tracks. Abdullah hoped to show that the couple were in a loving relationship with the messages, officers said. Most read in NewsSURVIVORS Two children slept next to blackened corpses of their...
    SAN ANTONIO – A felony assault warrant has been issued for former San Antonio police detective weeks after he was captured in cell phone videos pointing a gun at a man during a physical altercation outside a far West Side Home Depot. John Schiller, 55, faces a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. Multiple law enforcement sources confirmed to the KSAT 12 Defenders late Wednesday that a warrant had been issued for his arrest. As of Thursday morning, online jail records do not list Schiller as in custody. SAPD would not release the content of the warrant until he has been booked. FIRST REPORT: Retired SAPD detective pulled gun, punched man on video but hasn’t been formally charged, police report says Schiller pulled the handgun Sept. 27 in the Home Depot parking lot located off Loop 1604 and Culebra road after believing another man had stolen his...
    TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A Virginia man who sent dozens of harassing emails and phone messages to Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum and his family in a failed attempt to stop President Donald Trump's campaign rally in June pleaded guilty Wednesday to cyberstalking. Appearing via video from his home state, Adam Maxwell Donn, of Norfolk, admitted during a federal court hearing in Tulsa that he sent Bynum and his wife 44 emails and left them 14 phone messages in June, some of which referenced the couple's children and their home address, U.S. Attorney Trent Shores said in a news release. Donn, 41, faces up to five years in prison when he is sentenced in January. “Adam Donn’s incessant harassment and threats to both the mayor and his family more than crossed the line," Shores said. “They weren’t protected speech; they were criminal acts.” Donn's attorney didn't immediately reply to a phone...
    Actor Zachery Ty Bryan, who played the oldest son on the 1990s sitcom Home Improvement, has been arrested after allegedly strangling his girlfriend. Bryan, 39, was arrested late on Friday in Eugene, Oregon, after a neighbor called to report a domestic dispute. According to a police report, Bryan's girlfriend said he had choked her and then taken her phone away when she tried to call 911, TMZ reported.  The girlfriend then fled across the street to a neighbor's home to contact police. Arriving on the scene, cops found Bryan sitting outside his home.  Developing story, check back for updates.  Zachery Ty Bryan, 39, was arrested late on Friday in Eugene, Oregon, after a neighbor called to report a domestic dispute Bryan (second from left) played the oldest son on the 1990s sitcom Home Improvement
    (CNN Business)Apple's 5G smartphone lineup is finally here. The company announced four new iPhones in a virtual event on Tuesday — the iPhone 12, the iPhone 12 Pro, the iPhone 12 Pro Max and a new, smaller, iPhone 12 mini. All the phones are 5G-equipped, meaning they can connect to the next-generation high-speed wireless networks."This is a huge moment for all of us and we're really excited," Apple CEO Tim Cook said. Apple will be hoping that its historically loyal user base will continue to shell out the big bucks to upgrade, even as the coronavirus pandemic continues to ravage the economy and forces millions to stay home. The cheapest phone in its new lineup — the iPhone 12 mini — starts at $699, while the top-of-the-line iPhone 12 Pro Max — Apple's biggest ever smartphone at 6.7 inches — will start at $1099.The iPhone 12 comes in five colors...
    A North Carolina woman whose disappearance earlier this week sparked an intense search has been found safe, it was announced this morning.  The Wilmington Police Department posted a brief update on its Facebook page on Friday, saying that 43-year-old Kristin Glass has been located.  Glass last spoke to her family early Monday morning. Relatives raised the alarm after her phone was reportedly discovered at the side of the road that afternoon. Glass’ half-sister, Julie Coxe, on Friday released a short statement on Facebook on behalf of the family, addressing the situation.  Found! Kristin Glass, 43, returned home on her own on Thursday, four days after her disappearance in North Carolina. She last spoke to her family Monday morning  Julie Coxe, Glass' half-sister, posted this message on Friday, announcing the woman's safe return after her disappearance  'Kristin arrived home on her own safety late last night,' she wrote....
    A woman who has become uncomfortable with how much her partner speaks to a female co-worker on the phone sought advice after he brushed off her concerns that their relationship is 'inappropriate'.  Posting on Mumsnet, the anonymous woman, who lives in the UK, explained that she and her partner have been working from home together, and she's noticed he makes regular calls to one colleague in particular. She said they appear to talk and laugh endlessly for at least two hours each day about things unrelated to work.  The woman was inundated with messages from users who agree the workplace friendship seems to be crossing boundaries, while others argued it's possible to have a friend of the opposite sex without fancying them. A British woman has sparked a discussion about how to spot if your partner is having an inappropriate friendship with another woman (file image) ...
    Google just wrapped up its fall hardware event where it debuted the Pixel 5, the less expensive Pixel 4A 5G, the oft-rumored Chromecast with Google TV software built in, as well as the Nest Audio smart speaker. It’s a lot of good news for people who like new hardware. All said, the quick half-hour event contained mostly announcements we expected, but there were a few unexpected surprises. Here’s everything you might have missed at Google’s event. In the case of specs, the Pixel 5 isn’t trying to go up against the most powerful phones in the world. Instead of beating them when it comes to raw speed (it has a midrange Snapdragon 765G processor, but the 8GB of RAM should deliver some snappiness), Google is focused on delivering some unique features along with — for the first time — 5G support. For one, it has a 90Hz refresh rate...
    As raging wildfires char the West Coast and thousands are evacuated from their homes amid a barrage of powerful hurricanes to the East, power outages pose a big problem for those living in impacted regions. With the hope of preventing the spread of wildfire, California utility PG&E Corp. pre-emptively shut off power to hundreds of thousands of customers this summer. HOW TO ERASE YOUR DATA TO REMOVE YOUR LIFE FROM GOOGLE'S GRIP Preparations could be the key difference between the ability to work from home and having to find another way to work amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It could be the difference between eating at home and having to eat elsewhere. While it may seem obvious to have a flashlight, hand-crank radio, first-aid supplies, and drinking water and shelf-stable food on hand, powering up connected devices and phones may pose more of a challenge. Turning on default Wireless Emergency Alerts sent out by local and federal authorities, including the National Weather...
    Furthermore, we know that 89.9% of Spanish households with at least one member between 16 and 74 years of age have some type of computer (be it laptop, desktop, or digital tablet). If we combine both habits –the use of mobile telephony and having a computer at home with Internet access–, we realize that, within the new reality in which we have been immersed for just a few months, make and receive calls from home It has become something basic in our day to day, especially if we work from home. Depending on our type of work, if we make daily use of our mobile phone, and we are also forced to use the computer during our working hours, we may not want to use the mobile device all day. If so, our computer offers us a unique possibility: make phone calls without having to have...
    A teenage schoolgirl has been electrocuted in Thailand as she listened to music on he phone with headphones while the device was charging.  Thanyaluck Fai Phadasri, 16, was found dead on her bed at her parents' home in Roi Et, northeastern Thailand, on September 10. The teenager had been studying in her room when her phone malfunctioned, giving her a fatal electric shock, police said.  Thanyaluck Fai Phadasri, 16, was electrocuted in Thailand as she listened to music on her phone with headphones while it was plugged in an charging The schoolgirl was discovered by grandmother Nookrai (centre) as she called the girl down for dinner at her parents' home on September 10 Thanyaluck was discovered lying next to her schoolbooks by her parents who had come to her room to call her for dinner. They found the charred phone in the unconscious girl's hand, with burn marks around...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – A second person has been charged in connection to a fatal shooting in Lino Lakes on Aug. 27. Melissa Zielinski, 47, has been charged with second degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Karl Mitchel Henderson. According to the criminal complaint, Lino Lakes police officers responded to a report of a shooting at 6987 West Shadow Lake Drive. When they arrived, the spoke to a man who said he had recently come home from grocery shopping and noticed an unfamiliar black SUV in the driveway. The man then entered his house, where he found a man and a woman who he did not know. He said he followed them outside and asked what they were doing. In response, the man said effectively “your son stole on me” and “I’ll take you out, too.” He then drove away with the woman. The owner of the house then went back...
    Americans complied with stay-at-home orders nearly everywhere that issued them and helped to slow the spread of coronavirus, new cell phone tracking data analyzed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) shows.  A new report, released Thursday, reveals that people moved around less in 98 percent of counties that issued stay-at-home orders in March.  But by May 3, 19 percent of counties had either lifted or allowed their stay-at-home orders to expire, and residents immediately began leaving their homes more, increasing their contact with others and, therefore, driving up COVID-19 transmission risks.  The report didn't look at infection rates themselves, but the makes clear that stay-at-home orders do work to limit a primary risk factor for spreading coronavirus: human contact.  However, the CDC acknowledged how disruptive these orders are, and noted that policy makers need to work out what the best timing for such orders would be to...
    Breonna Taylor's ex-boyfriend Jamarcus Glover, 30, who cops were looking for the night they shot the EMT dead, says she was innocent  Breonna Taylor's ex-boyfriend, who cops were looking for the night they shot the EMT dead in the botched no-knock raid, says she had no connection to illegal drug activity and claims police had used false information to obtain a search warrant.  Taylor, 26, was shot eight times on March 13 when three plain clothes officers barged into the Louisville apartment she shared with her boyfriend Kenneth Walker during a a drug investigation.  Officers had been searching for convicted drug dealer Jamarcus Glover, who they believed may have been keeping drugs or money at the home.  However, no drugs or cash were found at Taylor's apartment and Glover had already been arrested 10 miles away and taken into police custody before the raid at her address.  'The police are...
    A 3rd of mobile cell phone shoppers are still currently being charged the entire cost of their agreement – even just after having to pay off the price of their handset, Which? has warned. The customer legal rights team is calling for networks to close the “overpayments rip-off”, which expenditures an estimated £182m a calendar year. It estimates some Britons could be out of pocket to the tune of much more than £400 on a yearly basis. Which? observed that 36% of folks whose contract finished in the previous two months are continue to paying off the rate of their smartphone. This is despite companies promising Ofcom that, from February 2020, customers would get a lowered tariff soon after their contracts stop – reflecting the simple fact that the gadget experienced been entirely compensated for. A few was the worst offender, Which? promises, with 43% of customers whose contracts ended...
    Breonna Taylor's ex-boyfriend Jamarcus Glover, 30, who cops were looking for the night they shot the EMT dead in the botched no-knock raid, has been arrested on drugs charges Breonna Taylor's ex-boyfriend, who cops were looking for the night they shot the EMT dead in the botched no-knock raid, has been arrested on drugs charges. Jamarcus Glover, 30, was booked into Louisville Metro Corrections Thursday morning after warrants were issued for his arrest last month on charges including trafficking a controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia.  His arrest comes as leaked police documents revealed he had mail sent to her address and gave her phone number as his own in the run-up to his ex-girlfriend's death.  Taylor, 26, was shot eight times while sleeping in her bed with her boyfriend Kenneth Walker when three plain clothes officers performed a no-knock arrest warrant at her Louisville apartment on March 13.  Convicted drug...
    VILLA PARK (KABC) -- The stress of believing her daughter was kidnapped, the $2,000 fake ransom she lost landed Leda Rodriguez of Long Beach in the intensive care unit, but the woman's daughter told Eyewitness News it was all a scam.As Long Beach Police investigated, two 11-year-olds fundraised to help Leda pay medical costs and recover some of her hard-earned money.The victim earns her income babysitting and cleaning houses in Orange County-one of those, Sydney Kramer's home. Kramer was trying to reciprocate Leda's kindness."She is very, very hard working," Kramer said, adding, "When my mom had to go to the hospital, my dad wasn't home and she stayed with me until he came home and she made sure I was okay."Though Kramer's friend, Ryan Nguyen, said she didn't know Leda, she was helping spread the word about the GoFundMe page."A little bit of kindness can goes a long way. I...
    A MUM was horrified to wake up and find a balaclava-clad intruder lurking outside her home. Sarah Lunn, 35, had been asleep in Church Gresley, South Derbs, when an app on her phone alerted her to the stranger. 3Sarah Lunn, 35, had been asleep in Church Gresley, South Derbs, when an app on her phone alerted her to an intruderCredit: DerbyshireLive/BPM 3The lurking stranger was snapped wearing a balaclava and glovesCredit: DerbyshireLive/BPM The app is connected to her doorbell camera and sends off alerts when someone approaches. Sarah said: “I was half asleep and then I realised it was a man in a balaclava. "There was another picture where he was on the front looking at my house. "It was horrible." Sarah, who was home with her two children, aged five and 14, said she went into "absolute turmoil". If they really want something they will come back. I’m...
    5G network service is becoming more widely available in the United States every month. The next generation of wireless technology promises revolutionary increases in speed, capacity, and access that could transform numerous industries, including, but not limited to, the cell phone industry. Consumers in many U.S. cities now have the option to upgrade to 5G through major providers such as Verizon, AT&T, and Sprint/T-Mobile. Should you make the switch? Is it worth the potential additional cost of a 5G-capable phone and a more expensive plan? What about the potential health risks of this relatively new technology? Here are some pros and cons to consider.5G is MUCH faster than 3G or 4GThe most obvious benefit to individual consumers who switch to 5G is that they will have access to mobile internet speeds up to 10 times faster than 4G — at least in areas that have the infrastructure. Depending on...
    5. Her Approach for Relocating On During the discussion, Cyrus referenced her separation from Hemsworth and stated her arranged method to moving on.  “I experienced a really, pretty public, extremely large break up that was around a 10-calendar year span of a partnership,” she stated. “Sitting with me now, I would hope you discover me to be considerably this way, which is not the community perception, is I’m quite sensible. I’m pretty structured and incredibly sort of centre. And so, I enjoy lists. Lists preserve my total f–king globe on keep track of. My environment would be wrecked if I did not make lists. Every single day I have a listing of ‘What do I want? How am I gonna attain it? What’s the next action?’ And so, with heartbreak, I tried to not get dropped in the emotion.” She ongoing, “I also will not like that with, women, much too,...
    A 30-year-old Morris County man was waiting outside a 15-year-old boy's home while having sexual phone and internet conversations with him, authorities charged Tuesday. Michael A. Holdnak of Dover had sexually-charged phone and social media discussions with the minor between Sunday, July 12 and Tuesday, July 28, Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp said in a release with local police. Holdnak was outside of the boy’s home on at least two occasions during the discussions, Knapp said. Holdnak was arrested via warrant and charged with second-degree attempted sexual assault and third-degree endangering the welfare of a child on Monday, August 10. He is being held at the Morris County Correctional Facility. “Prosecutor Knapp would like to thank the Morris County Prosecutor’s Office’s Sex Crimes/Child Endangerment Unit and the Dover Police Department, whose efforts contributed to the investigation and charges filed in this matter,” officials said. About with information about child sex crimes...
    Brenda Lee Hopkins. (Courtesy Montgomery County police) Police in Montgomery County, Maryland, are looking for more information in the case of a Silver Spring woman who went missing two years ago. Brenda Lee Hopkins was 68 when she disappeared from her home in the 11700 block of Eden Road, where she lived with her sister. Police describe Hopkins as a Black woman, approximately 5 feet 6 inches tall, and weighing 110 pounds. She has black hair and brown eyes. According to police, Hopkins was last seen outside her home July 12, 2018, when she attended a funeral. Family members believe they heard Hopkins in the background of a phone conversation they were having with Hopkins’ sister on or about Aug. 1, 2018. Hopkins often walked to the White Oak Shopping Center at 11200 New Hampshire Avenue. After searching, police did not find clues to her disappearance there. Other details provided...
    Ray, her spouse John Cusimano and their doggy ended up property at the property in Lake Luzerne on Sunday when the fireplace broke out. “Absolutely everyone was in a position to get out securely,” Brian LaFleure, director of emergency products and services and hearth coordinator for the county, told CNN. “There ended up no injuries, which was good,” he claimed. “Proper now, we’re in the process of determining what the induce might be. It’s absolutely nothing suspicious, but we are looking to figure out what the induce was.” The fireplace generally destroyed the main household on the home. Ray’s rep also supplied a statement to CNN. “Rachael, her partner John and their pet Bella are safe and sound,” the assertion study. “Their house was unfortunately damaged and we are in the approach of accessing to what extent. I am satisfied to provide updates as I know.” Ray has been filming...
    Erika Jayne may be a pop star but at home, it's Thomas who is the diva. Erika Jayne may be known for her over-the-top and attention-demanding on-stage persona but when it comes to her private life at home with her attorney husband, Thomas Girardi, the pop star claims it is Thomas who is the real diva. In a sneak peek at the August 5 episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Erika is seen spending time with her cast mates, Garcelle Beaauvais and Denise Richards, in Rome, Italy when Denise mentions that she suffers from a garlic allergy. “My husband does the same thing: swells and vomits,” Erika admitted, according to a report shared by Bravo’s The Daily Dish on August 4. “I used to have to douse myself in Listerine. I’d get in the bed and he’d be like, ‘You ate garlic today.’ And I go, ‘But I...
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