Manchester United left back Luke Shaw learns to drive in matte black Range Rover on eve of England call-up

Luke Shaw is getting his Manchester United and England career back on track, and it looks like he wants to get back on the road too after taking his Range Rover out for a spin.

Mexican singer Juan Gabriel dies of heart attack aged 66

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican singer Juan Gabriel, a musical icon across Latin America for more than 40 years, died on Sunday of a heart attack at age 66, broadcaster Televisa reported.

Anthony Joshua skydives in Brazil as he enjoys time off following Rio Olympics punditry role

Anthony Joshua, who last fought against American Dominic Breazeale back in June, took to Instagram to post a video of himself enjoying skydiving in Brazil.

Chrissy Teigen and John Legend show off Luna to Sports Illustrated pals at fan event

The television host flashed her long and toned pins in a pair of high-waisted denim shorts, heightened by her nude-colored sandal heels.

She’s not a rugby ball! Ben Cohen shows off an unusual technique for carrying his daughter… before partner Kristina show him how it’s done 

Rather than push his two-month-old daughter Milena everywhere in a buggy, former rugby star Ben Cohen seemed happy to clasp the baby girl under his arm as he went shopping in London.

Beyonce brings Blue Ivy as her date to the 2016 MTV VMAs

Beyoncé managed to steal the show before it even started as she made her entrance at the MTV VMAs on Sunday.

Kim Zolciak does her best Kardashian impression as she copies the queen of the belife’s famous swimsuit pose

The 38-year-old star decided to use her namesake as inspiration on Sunday as she snapped a picture of her bootylicious physique.

Richie Strahan ‘convinced his favourite blonde beauty to come back to The Bachelor mansion’ following her dramatic exit

Megan Marx is set to return to The Bachelor mansion and the competition according to one magazine, after Richie Strahan pleaded with the beauty to reconsider her decision to leave.

Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen in a war of words at the Belgian Grand Prix

The fierce battle between Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen continued unabated after the Belgian Grand Prix after the pair accused each other of causing a collision on the first lap of the race.

Lauren Conrad celebrates the wedding of former Laguna Beach co-star Dieter Schmitz and his bride Isabell Hiebl

Lauren Conrad couldn't contain her excitement as she watched her former co-star Dieter Schmitz wed his fiancée Isabell Hiebl in Monterey, California on Saturday.

Reese Witherspoon stuns while heading to church with husband Jim Toth and her two sons

The 40-year-old actress flaunted her toned figure in a form-fitting, pink and blue dress as she made her way to Sunday services in Santa Monica with her family.

Simone Biles says she plans to meet Kim Kardashian at the MTV VMAs after duo bonded on social media

It looks like Kim Kardashian and Olympic gymnast Simone Biles will finally get to show their mutual appreciation for each other face to face at Sunday's MTV VMAs.

‘Justin Timberlake is very good!’ Britney Spears reveals she wants to duet with former sweetheart

Fans of the pair will be thrilled with the news that she wants to reunite with 35-year-old Justin after all these years.

Eva Longoria sizzles in a sundress as she hits supermarket with husband José Baston gallantly pushing the trolley

Even an actress has to go to a grocery store now and then. The 41-year-old was spotted shopping for essentials at a supermarket in Malibu on Sunday with her partner of just four months.

Paris Saint-Germain defeated by Monaco as champions lose in Ligue 1 for the first time since March 

Monaco were the last French team to record a victory over PSG, although that came straight after they had won the title, and they fired a warning that this year's competition could be closer.

Sam Frost and Sasha Mielczarek set to make BIG announcement in coming weeks as they’re ‘ready for marriage and babies’

Ex-Bachelorette Sam Frost and beau Sasha Mielczarek are set to take the next step in their relationship with 'marriage and babies'.

Nicole Scherzinger lashes at Cowell for her dismissal from X Factor panel two years ago 

The 38-year-old former Pussycat Dolls star made her jibe during Sunday night's episode as an old face appeared in the form of 2014 hopeful Emily Middlemas who was recognised by Simon

The Doctor is The Greatest Hero of All Time: A Supercut [Video]

I walked in universes where the laws of physics were devised by the mind of a madman! And I watched universes freeze and creation burn! I have seen things you wouldn’t believe! I have lost things you will never understand! And I know things, secrets that must never be told, knowledge that must never be spoken! Knowledge that will make parasite gods blaze! So come on then! Take it! Take it all, baby! Have it! You have it all!

-From The 11th Doctor in “The Rings of Akhaten” (S7E07)

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David Moyes turns tinkerman in a bid to find his best side at Sunderland following Southampton draw 

Hampered by injuries to key figures, 53-year-old David Moyes has used 20 players already this season at Sunderland. Only Watford, with 21, have used more in the Premier League.

Alan Pardew is to ask Belgium boss Roberto Martinez to get Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke fit and firing 

Alan Pardew will call in a favour from Roberto Martinez this week in the hope he can breathe life into Crystal Palace’s stuttering start to the season.

Andy Murray still to reach the levels of rival Novak Djokovic, says John McEnroe  

Andy Murray is in the form of his life but still a long way short of Novak Djokovic at his best, according to seven-time grand slam champion John McEnroe.

Electric Eden Hazard has Chelsea on the charge again after dismal season last year 

BOB TREASURE: To watch Eden Hazard on Saturday was to go back to the 2014-15 season when this winger was crowned the Premier League’s Player of the Year.

Ronald Koeman insists Romelu Lukaku will return to form for Everton after not scoring since March 

Ronald Koeman would not say it directly but he had no need. For 90 difficult minutes, it had become apparent that Romelu Lukaku’s confidence has now become a key issue.

Chelsea’s Cesc Fabregas denies rift with Antonio Conte: ‘I will continue to fight for this club until the very end’

Cesc Fabregas has not started any of Chelsea's three Premier League games of the season, making just one substitute appearance, as Antonio Conte has begun life in England with three wins.

Roku’s new streamers may have HDR and get names instead of numbers, report says – CNET

The streaming company could be done with numbers 1, 2, 3 and 4 as it may be prepping five new devices.

Jamie Vardy upbeat over Leicester’s Champions League chances

MIKE KEEGAN: Jamie Vardy believes Leicester team-mate Danny Drinkwater can become his perfect foil on England duty, as the Foxes pair also prepare for life in the Champions League.

Marcus Rashford’s England U21 role gets the green light from Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho

JACK GAUGHAN: Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes Sam Allardyce made the correct decision to leave Marcus Rashford out of England's senior squad this week.

FA scouts are targeting overseas players in England’s academies

SAMI MOKBEL: The Football Association are plotting moves for the best teenage foreign talent in England's academies in hope they will one day play for the national team.

GRAHAM POLL: It’s chaos! Referees lack consistency as blocking, pulling and holding still blight our game

GRAHAM POLL: This weekend soft penalties have been given and obvious ones ignored by our inconsistent band of select group referees concerning grappling in the box.

Manchester City have had a great start to their Premier League campaign but bigger challenges still lie ahead

Three wins from three in the Premier League and Manchester City are up and running under Pep Guardiola. A couple more goals and they would be in as good a position as they were this time last year.

Manchester United snap up highly-rated young coach Kieran McKenna from Tottenham Hotspur

Kieran McKenna, who played as a midfielder, has been coaching Tottenham Hotspur's Under-18 side and has moved to United to fill the void left by Paul McGuinness, who left in February.

Microsoft makes it easy to report hate speech

If you come across any racial and gay slur and just about anything that sounds like hate speech on Xbox Live, you can directly report the incident to Microsoft. The tech titan has launched a dedicated website where you can report hate speech not just...

Week of August 28, 2016 new Blu-ray and DVD releases

The Jungle Book, Me Before You, Arrow: Season 4, Chicago Fire: Season Four, Chicago Med: Season One, Criminal Minds: Season 11, Grey's Anatomy: Season 12, Jane Wants a Boyfriend, Mom: The Complete Third Season, NCIS: Los Angeles: Season 7, Shameless: The Complete Sixth Season, STAR WARS REBELS: THE COMPLETE SEASON 2 - 4-DISC DVD (DVD), The Night Manager- Season 01, The Phenom, Top Gear USA: Season Five

This Video Teaches Kids Everything They Need to Know About the Joule

The joule can be a confusing enough form of measurement for adults, but the folks over at Adafruit managed to distill how joules work for a younger audience. As these things go, the video’s just as useful for confused adults.


Barbra Streisand returns to her Broadway dressing room

In this web exclusive, the singer who became a superstar in the 1960s Broadway musical "Funny Girl" visited her old haunts at the Winter Garden Theatre in New York City, including the dressing room now occupied by "School of Rock" star Sierra Boggess.

Benoit Paire, Kristina Mladenovic and Caroline Garcia provisionally suspended by French Tennis Federation

The three French tennis players have been provisionally suspended for 'damaging' the French Tennis Federation's image by their behaviour at this month's Rio Olympics.

Newcastle sign Achraf Lazaar from Palermo and Daryl Murphy from Ipswich as club look to bounce straight back up to Premier League

Murphy, 33, arrives at St James' Park on a two-year contract from Sky Bet Championship rivals Ipswich, while Moroccan 24-year-old Lazaar has agreed a five-year deal from Serie A side Palermo.

Recent College Grads Aim To Land A Robot On The Moon

Sunday the Indian Space Research Organization successfully test-launched a scramjet rocket, propelled by "an air-breathing propulsion system which uses hydrogen as fuel and oxygen from the atmosphere air as the oxidizer" rather than carrying a tank of liquid oxygen. "if the need for liquid oxygen is taken away, the space craft can be much lighter, hence cheaper to launch," notes one newspaper, adding that India is only the fourth country to flight-test a scramjet engine after the U.S., Russia and the European Space Agency. But in addition, 15 former ISRO scientists are now helping Team Indus, one of the 16 teams remaining in Google's $30 million Lunar XPRIZE competition, who will use ISRO's polar satellite launch vehicle to send their spacecraft to the moon. GillBates0 writes: An official designated as "Skywalker", said that such space missions used to be limited to extremely elite people and PhDs in the past. That stereotype is now breaking. "I was just a college student a couple of years ago and now I am working on an actual space mission, how cool is that," said Karan Vaish, 23, who is helping the team to design the lunar rover. Eighty per cent of the team is reported to be less than five years out of college.

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Juan Gabriel, Mexican Singer And Icon, Dead At 66

Mexican singer and icon Alberto Aguilera Valadez, best known as Juan Gabriel,died from a heart attack on Sunday around 11:30 a.m. in Santa Monica, California, Univision reports. He was 66.

The singer-songwriter, affectionately called JuanGa and El Divo de Jurez,was on tour at the time of his death.The 22-city“MeXXIco es Todo” tour kicked off in San Diego on Aug. 19. He was expected to perform in El Paso, Texas, on Sunday night.

Juan Gabriel was born in Parcuaro, Michoacn, on Jan.7, 1950. He was one of Mexico’s most renowned vocalists with hits including“Querida,” “Se Me Olvid Otra Vez,” “Amor Eterno” and “El Noa Noa.”

The six-time Grammy nomineereleased his final album, “Vestido de Etiqueta por Eduardo Magallanes,” in August to celebrate his 45 years as a recording artist. The compilation of 34 classics debuted at the top of Billboard’s Top Latin Albums Charts.

The singer kept his private life firmly under wraps during his career, famously refusing to confirm or deny anyquestions about his sexuality.He never married but hadfour children with his best friend, Laura Salas.

Journalist Joaqun Lpez-Driga was the first to confirm news of the artist’sdeath via Twitter. Shortly after, the icon’s name began to trend worldwide as fans around the globe mourned his passing.

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Daniel Sturridge will get his chance at Liverpool, says Jurgen Klopp, after late introduction against Tottenham 

The Liverpool manager defended his striker after Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness questioned the player’s future at the club. Souness said the England forward had a ‘mountain to climb’ under Jurgen Klopp.

Granit Xhaka can be new Emmanuel Petit at Arsenal says manager Arsene Wenger after Watford performance

The Switzerland international played a vital role for the Gunners as they secured their first Premier League win of the season. And the 23-year-old is certain to play a central role.

Premier League sides dropped out of Checkatrade Trophy after miscommunication says Shaun Harvey

Football League chief executive Shaun Harvey admitted ‘80 per cent’ of top-flight sides had initially registered interest and that the numbers officially signing up disappointed him.

Italian clubs have won the lottery without buying a ticket… this swindle shames the Champions League

MARTIN SAMUEL: Italy were the big winners in the latest Champions League carve-up. Mediocre, over-rated, entitled Italy. The fact the biggest leagues get four guaranteed entries was a lottery win.

Slaven Bilic may have saved Sergio Aguero from retrospective action and Manchester United’s Marcus Rashford shouldn’t be held back for long

JAMIE REDKNAPP: If Sergio Aguero had been sent off for his elbow on Winston Reid, you wouldn’t find too many complaining. The FA could still ban him the Manchester City player.

Johanna Konta insists she had ‘withdrawal symptoms’ after Rio Olympics as she now aims to build on her fine form at US Open

Konta, who faces American Bethanie Mattek-Sands on Monday at the US Open, admits it was strange leaving Rio because she got immersed in this bubble of sport and competing.

Big Mac rap for hungry Leicester Tigers after Treviso pre-season tie

Leicester are understood to have taken disciplinary action against several players after an alcohol-fuelled incident in a branch of McDonald’s near Treviso, which led to police being called.

Gareth Ellis sets treble target after Hull FC’s Challenge Cup win at Wembley

The Black and Whites are top of the Super League table with four rounds to go, putting them in pole position for the League Leaders’ Shield and a place in the Grand Final, and therefore the treble.

It was all a blur… but I loved it! Our man Marcus Townend on his riding debut at Windsor

Last of six but a run packed with promise, from the horse — when he gets his proper distance — rather than the jockey. I have learned plenty from my brief dip into a world I observe every day..

Robin Goodfellow’s Racing Tips: All the best bets for Monday, August 29

Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow gives his hottest selections ahead of Monday's meetings at Epsom Downs, Chepstow, Ripon, Cartmel and Newcastle.

Victoria Pendleton to continue riding next season after buying Paul Nicholls-trained Vesperal Dream  

The dual Olympic gold medal-winning track cyclist has underlined her commitment to carry on competitive riding by buying a new horse to campaign in point-to-points next season.

British couple who were victims of the Italian earthquake were found lying in bed in each other’s

Maria and William Henniker-Gotley were holidaying in their house in Sommati when the 6.2 strength quake struck, razing their home to the ground in seconds as it claimed at least 290 lives.

One Scientist’s Crazy Bet to Save the Bees: Join Monsanto

One  Scientist’s Crazy Bet to Save the Bees: Join MonsantoJerry Hayes is on a quest to save the bees. So when Monsanto began investigating a way to help, he joined them---and kicked up a swarm of controversy. The post One Scientist’s Crazy Bet to Save the Bees: Join Monsanto appeared first on WIRED.

How Scientists Trap Particles in a Particle Accelerator [Video]

In particle accelerators, beams of particles are focused and fired forward at almost the speed of light. But how are those particles controlled? With the help of two visual demonstrations, Suzie Sheehy explains.

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Playboy summer party may have been final one at the iconic mansion

It was girls and gowns galore at the Playboy mansion in California as it opened its doors for the annual Midsummer Night's Dream party, though it is not clear whether the event will return next year.

Thousands arrive in the Nevada desert as the first day of Burning Man begins  

Burning Man kicked off on Sunday as thousands of revelers made their way into the Nevada Desert for eight days of art and alternative living.

Bus full of Louisiana flood volunteers with unlicensed illegal immigrant driver at the helm slams into fire truck attending previous highway crash, killing two and injuring 41

A bus heading to help with flooding in Baton Rouge (pictured) hit a fire truck Sunday in a terrifying crash that left 41 injured and two left dead - and the driver was unlicensed, police say.

Barbra Streisand’s caricature is back at Sardi’s

The legendary New York eatery Sardi's is renowned for its caricatures of Broadway luminaries. Over the years two of its prized portraits have been stolen, including one of Barbra Streisand. In this web exclusive, the singer came back to Sardi's on the occasion of a new portrait being installed in its rightful place.

Online retailer, favoured by Prince George and his family, raises £21m from investors to expand

The online marketplace founded ten years ago sells quirky gifts and products from small suppliers and retailers – firms that are too small to have hundreds of shops or huge marketing budgets.

Building firms set to be kicked out of FTSE 100 after their share prices crashed in wake of Brexit vote, despite signs of strong performance

Housebuilder Berkeley Group and builders merchant Travis Perkins are among those that could fall out of the top flight index, in the first reshuffle since the June referendum.

UK economy bouncing back following Brexit vote, a string of surveys will show, in further evidence optimism is returning

The purchasing managers’ indexes of construction and manufacturing will give a snapshot of how companies performed in August and experts predict they will be better than the last set of data.

TRADERS TIPS: City insiders say buy Ryanair as company is in strong position to expand but sell British Land which is expected to struggle following Brexit

Liberum thinks budget airline Ryanair is still worth buying despite terrorism fears for the airline sector. But Jefferies recommends selling shares in property company British Land.

New Marks & Spencer boss Steve Rowe planning U-turn on his predecessor’s foray overseas

Rowe is reviewing the future of its international shops and is keen to ditch expensive leases signed during Marc Bolland’s reign as chief executive.

DAILY BRIEFING: Fashion chain French Connection reported to have caught eye of Rutland Partners

The private investor, which also owns the Bernard Matthews turkey products business, Pizza Hut and retailer Maplin Electronics, is reported to be considering a £400m bid for the high street chain.

Ask Slashdot: What’s The Best Way To Backup Large Amounts Of Personal Data?

An anonymous Slashdot reader has "approximately two terabytes of photos, currently sitting on two 4-terabyte 'Intel Rapid Storage' RAID 1 disks." But now they're considering three alternatives after moving to a new PC: a) Keep these exactly as they are... The current configuration is OK, but it's a pain if a RAID re-sync is needed as it takes a long time to check four terabytes. b) Move to "Storage Spaces". I've not used Storage Spaces before, but reports seem to show it's good... It's a Good Thing that the disks are 100% identical and removable and readable separately. Downside? Unknown territory. c) Break the RAID, and set up the second disk as a file-copied backup... [This] would lose a (small) amount of resilience, but wouldn't suffer from the RAID-sync issues, ideally a Mac-like "TimeMachine" backup would handle file histories. Any recommendations? This is also a good time to share your experiences with Storage Spaces, so leave your answers in the comments. What's the best way to backup large amounts of personal data?

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New Jersey cop saved a suicidal man as he refused to get off train tracks

Hero officer Victor Ortiz (pictured) pulled from the tracks a man who was trying to kill himself. Ortiz struggled with the man and got him to safety right as the next train rushed by.

Athletic Bilbao 0-1 Barcelona: Ivan Rakitic seals vital win for Catalan giants as Luis Suarez fires blank

Barcelona have joined Real Madrid and Las Palmas at the top of La Liga, after their nervy 1-0 victory over Athletic Bilbao at the San Mames Stadium on Sunday.

RNC chairman says he ‘doesn’t know’ Donald Trump’s controversial campaign CEO 

RNC Chair Reince Priebus said Donald Trump's new campaign manager was going a 'phenomenal job,' but added that he 'didn't know' Trump's controversial CEO, Stephen Bannon.

Liverpool man hurls racist abuse at a bouncer and calls him a ‘n*****’ a dozen times’

This is the shocking moment a man hurled racist abuse at a bouncer by calling him a 'n*****' before he pulled his trousers down when he was told to leave a bar in Liverpool city centre.

Cost-cutting, growth could lift Symantec shares 25 percent: Barron’s

The Symantec booth is seen during the 2016 Black Hat cyber-security conference in Las Vegas(Reuters) - Symantec Corp shares could gain 25 percent or more following steps to cut costs and a recent acquisition that could propel the company's business in the hot cybersecurity market, a Barron's report said on Sunday. Barron's said Symantec, an early pioneer in antivirus software with its Norton brand, boosted its prospects of gaining a larger share of the cybersecurity market with its June agreement to buy Blue Coat Systems Inc [PRJCBB.UL]. The company will be able to sell Blue Coat's web and cloud protection services to its existing base of more than 370,000 business clients as demand to block hacking attempts grows, the newspaper said.

Flushed away! A Power Ranger, sex toys, credit cards, mobile phones and even FALSE TEETH are among the items lost down Britain’s toilets

The bizarre items including golf balls, dog toys, jewellery, underwear, children's toys, sex props and Lego were found in sewage systems in Lincolnshire after being flushed down the toilet.

US military worries it will lose the AI war

It took a while for the US military to bolster its defenses against cyberattacks, and it looks like there's a similar deficit when it comes to artificial intelligence. A new Defense Department report says that the country needs to take "immediate ac...

Barbra Streisand’s “Encore”

The singer-actress’ latest album features classic Broadway duets, performed with some of the most accomplished singers of stage and films

Murder suspect apparently admits killing on Facebook

Murder suspect apparently admits killing on FacebookAuthorities in North Carolina are hunting for a murder suspect who took to social media Sunday while on the run from police.

A closer look at the NSO Group, the organization behind the most advanced iPhone spyware ever released

Late last week, security researchers uncovered what may very well be the most advanced mobile hacking tool we've seen to date. Dubbed Pegasus , and created by a relatively unknown Israeli company called the NSO Group, the software in question utilized three previously undisclosed iOS zero-day exploits that, in unison, managed to completely take over and surreptitiously spy on a targeted iPhone. DON'T MISS:  This stagnant technology is what’s holding Siri back Once installed, the software is capable of eavesdropping on phone calls, text messages and a whole lot more. As evidenced via the image below -- purportedly a snapshot from the NSO Group's Pegasus documentation -- Pegasus is an extremely versatile piece of spyware that can monitor all aspects of a device, including messages sent and received from iMessage, Gmail, Viber, Facebook, WhatsApp, Telegram, Skype, WeChat and more. What makes Pegasus all the more sophisticated is that all a targeted user needs to do to unwittingly install it is to click on an SMS link. As the security group Citizen Lab notes : According to the purported 2013 NSO Group Pegasus documentation found in the Hacking Team materials, NSO Group offers two remote installation vectors for spyware onto a target’s device: a zero-click vector, and a one-click vector. The one-click vector involves sending the target a normal SMS text message with a link to a malicious website. The malicious website contains an exploit for the web browser on the target’s device, and any other required exploits to implant the spyware. In the attack against Mansoor, the Trident exploit chain was used. Apple was quick to issue a software patch for the security hole, but the unmasking of Pegasus helped kickstart a wave of questions regarding the identity, history and capabilities of the NSO Group. Here's a little bit of what we've learned so far. The NSO Group is based out of Herzilya, Israel and, relative to other companies whose bread and butter centers on selling advanced software to intelligence agencies and foreign governments, it keeps a surprisingly low profile. Notably, the NSO Group doesn't have an official online presence though its LinkedIn page does boast that it's a "world leading company in the field of Cyber Security and research." Founded by Omri Lavie and Shalev Hulio in 2009, the company is said to boast a few alumni from Unit 8200, a division within the Israeli army that focuses on signals intelligence, similar in practice to the NSA. For those curious to learn more about the NSO Group, Thomas Fox-Brewster of Forbes recently put together an engrossing list detailing everything there is to know about the company, including some of their business dealings with countries like Panama and Mexico. NSO has close partnerships with a variety of other Israeli surveillance firms as they seek to spread their spy kit across the world. These include Ability Inc, a troubled supplier of an as-yet unproven technology called the Unlimited Interception System (ULIN). The tool exploits a crucial part of the global telecoms infrastructure known as SS7, allowing interception of calls and texts, and collection of target location, all with just a phone number, according to the firm. Of NSO, Ability founder and CEO Anatoly Hurgin told me earlier this year: “I think it’s one of the best companies in this field.” That’s something even Scott-Railton agrees with: “Pegasus is really next-level stuff.” Hurgin indicated NSO and Ability worked together, Hurgin’s team covering the network side and NSO leaving malware on devices. One interesting albeit non-conclusive tidbit unearthed by Fox-Brewster is that one of Lavie's LinkedIn contacts is Chaouki Bekrar. For those unfamiliar, Bekrar is the CEO of Zerodium, a company that previously offered upwards of $3 million to anyone who was able to come up with an exclusive, browser or text message-based, “workable, remote and untethered jailbreak that will persist even after reboot.” Is Zerodium perhaps connected with the NSO Group? That might be something of a reach. Indeed, a researcher from Citizen Lab said that the NSO Group likely doesn't need any outside assistance in developing its own wares. "Given NSO’s public statements about their capabilities, and the size of their company, it would not be surprising to learn they’d developed their own exploits,” the researcher said. The full-length profile on the NSO Group is well worth the read and can be viewed via the source link below.

When Two Memes Collide: Dr. Jill Stein Speaks Out About Harambe

Green Party candidate Dr. Jill Stein went where no other presidential nominee has dared to go Sunday, when she realized a statement three months after the death of beloved gorilla and current meme, Harambe.


An exhibition celebrates unfinished art

The newly-refinished Met Breuer museum in New York City opens with a show of artworks left - intentionally or not - incomplete

This robot is a lousy sandwich chef – CNET

In her latest clip, robotics video-blogger Simone Giertz proves that a robot is no match for a stubborn jar of peanut butter.

This robot is a lousy sandwich chef

This robot is a lousy sandwich chefIn her latest clip, robotics video-blogger Simone Giertz proves that a robot is no match for a stubborn jar of peanut butter.

French women wearing headscarves are thrown out of Paris restaurant

The disturbing scenes at Le Cenacle restaurant in Tremblay-en-France in Paris saw the crying two women told to leave the premises by the owner who shouts at them to 'Get out now!'

National Park Service celebrates 100 years with over 11,000 incidents recorded in July

Troublesome tourists are a pain for National Park Service rangers, who have to deal with claims of vandalism, theft and people getting dangerously close to wildlife every day.

Spend Your Sunday Playing Around With This Cool Wind Map

Whether you’re a wind enthusiast, a cartography connoisseur or just a bored person online, Windyty is a website you’ll likely have a good time messing around with.


For a More Efficient To-Do List, Make It Public

There’s a solid case to be made for going public with your goals. You can use the same method with your to-do list, and beyond the accountability factor, writing your list for someone else can help you make it more succinct and efficient.


Paige VanZant, Sofia Richie, Little League World Series, …

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NOFD search for 2 men who disappeared in ‘training flight’ crash

Rescuers found a wreckage on Sunday morning and at first thought it was from the plane that crashed on Lake Pontchartrain. They have rescued a female passenger.

Sergio Aguero facing three-match ban after elbowing Winston Reid and could miss Manchester derby

JACK GAUGHAN AT THE ETIHAD: Sergio Aguero is facing a potential three-match ban for violent conduct after throwing an elbow at Winston Reid on Sunday - and could miss the Manchester derby.

Welcome To 1986: Inside ‘Halt And Catch Fire’s’ High-Tech Time Machine

The third season of AMC's technology drama "Halt and Catch Fire" painstakingly recreated Silicon Valley and San Francisco in 1986. Long-time Slashdot reader harrymcc shares his first-person report: The new episodes...are rich with carefully-researched plot points, dialogue, and sets full of vintage technology (including a startup equipped with real Commodore 64s and a recreated IBM mainframe). I visited the soundstage in Atlanta where the producers have recreated Northern California in the 1980s, and spoke with the show's creators and stars about the loving attention they devote to getting things right. Harry argues that the show "is in part about how we got from the past to the present," and writes that he saw several 5 1/4-inch floppy disks "including Memorex, 3M, and BASF FlexyDisk," plus "a manual for Frogger for the Atari 2600, a copy of a spreadsheet program known as MicroPro CalcStar...and countless other little pieces of history."

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What you should know about the iPhone 6’s ‘Touch Disease’ (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 52)

What you should know about the iPhone 6's 'Touch Disease' (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 52)It's time to update your iPhone's software right now. Also, is the iPhone 6S really faster than the Note 7? And Apple Music starts to flex its muscle.

What you should know about the iPhone 6’s ‘Touch Disease’ (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 52) – CNET

It's time to update your iPhone's software right now. Also, is the iPhone 6S really faster than the Note 7? And Apple Music starts to flex its muscle.

Surrey beat Yorkshire to reach Royal London One-Day Cup final

Steve Davies hit a century and Stuart Meaker took three wickets in nine balls to tear through Yorkshire and send Surrey to the Royal London One-Day Cup final for the second year running.

Mansion where Sadie Hartley was murdered goes on sale with the agent boasting ‘no chain’

The home where Sadie Hartley was murdered by 'bunny boiler' Sarah Williams is on sale for £535,000. The property boasts up to five bedrooms and a large garden and family living space.

Hull 12-10 Warrington: Marc Sneyd’s late conversion seals Challenge Cup triumph

Hull ended a 57-year wait for a Wembley victory as they came from behind in dramatic fashion to beat favourites Warrington 12-10 in a classic final.

The terrible reason #McChicken is trending on Twitter

The terrible reason #McChicken is trending on TwitterIf you noticed "McChicken" was trending on Twitter this morning, hopefully you didn't investigate further.  Please, for the love of God, do not Google it. Because you might end up watching a video of a man copulating with a McChicken sandwich.  SEE ALSO: Kanye West wrote a poem about McDonald's for Frank Ocean Once you see this video, you cannot unsee it. I'd rather watch the haunted video from The Ring — you know, the one that straight up kills you seven days after you watch it — than see that McChicken video again.  People on Twitter, it seems, agree with me. Where can you find this video? In your nightmares. Do not search for it. You have been warned. 

Charles Osgood leaving “Sunday Morning”

After nearly a half-century at CBS News, including the last 22 years as anchor of "Sunday Morning," Charles Osgood is saying good-bye. But he'll still see you on the radio.

Kaepernick’s refusal to stand for national anthem roils Twitter – CNET

Technically Incorrect: The NFL star says that he's protesting against the treatment of blacks in America.

David Haye seen with mystery blonde sporting engagement ring

The 35-year-old sporting legend was spotted with the mystery blonde on Saturday as they hopped into a car after which she flashed a dazzling diamond ring on her engagement finger

Barbra Streisand, with a little help from her friends

Everything about the long career of Barbra Streisand is legend. Now she's adding to her legacy with a new album, "Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway," in which she's joined by stars of stage and screen to perform duets of classic show tunes. Streisand takes correspondent Anthony Mason backstage, to where it all began.

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Year-Long Simulation of Humans Living on Mars Comes To an End

One year ago, six volunteers—an astrobiologist, a physicist, a pilot, an architect, a journalist, and a soil scientist — entered a 36-by-20 foot dome , located near a barren volcano in Hawaii, to simulate what living conditions would be like on Mars. Today they re-emerged from their year-long isolation.


Daisy Lowe cuts a stylish figure in denim jacket and floral dress

The 27-year-old beauty, who's set to appear on the new series of Strictly Come Dancing, soaked up the recent British heatwave in a floral midi sun-dress in London on Sunday.

Michail Antonio makes England squad for first time as Sam Allardyce axes Jack Wilshere and Ross Barkley

West Ham's Michail Antonio was the shock inclusion in Sam Allardyce’s first squad as the manager ruthlessly axed two of England’s most technically gifted talents.
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