Month: October 2016

See How Celebrities Dressed For Halloween This Year — TIME

Stars enjoy Halloween as much as everyone else, and this year, celebrities dressed to the nines to celebrate the holiday. From takes on Eleven from Stranger Things to the Super Mario Brothers, check out the costumes celebrities wore for Halloween 2016. Steve Harvey staged a Coming to America reunion and dressed up as King Jaffe…

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Bernie Sanders and the Koch Brothers Are Having a Halloween Twitter Beef — TIME

Today in unlikely Twitter beefs between politicians who may not be responsible for their own Twitter accounts, Senator Bernie Sanders, representative of birds and bros, criticized the Koch brothers with a combative tweet featuring a photoshopped picture. The incident started out innocently enough when the Twitter account for Koch Industries tweeted out a photo of…

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India’s middle class is Tim Cook’s next frontier — Quartz

Apple is still awaiting its breakout moment in India, and much of its potential success hinges on the country’s middle class. “The truth is, there’s going to be a lot of people in the middle class that will really want a smartphone, and I think we can compete well for some percentage of those,” Apple…

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Hilton Shares Could Jump 25 Percent On Planned Split — Fortune

Shares of Hotel operator Hilton Worldwide Holdings hlt could increase by at least 25% on its planned split into three companies, Barron’s reported on Sunday. Hilton plans to split before the end of the year into three companies that should see their earnings and cash flow grow, according to the report. Even if the hospitality…

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Inaudible Soundwaves Expose a Spooky New Pathway for Hackers — Fortune

In a presentation scheduled for this week’s Black Hat conference in London, security researchers from University College London will outline how new marketing software that uses ultrasound signals could also expose millions of devices to malicious hacking. The underlying technology in question is known as ultrasonic cross-device tracking, or uXDT. Cross-device tracking has been called…

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