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Travel

A Quick Explainer of the Laptop Ban for Some International Travelers

Instituted in March by the Department of Homeland Security, it has now been entirely lifted.
Entertainment

Here's What Former 'Celebrity Apprentice' Winner Bret Michaels Really Thinks About Trump

From rock and roll to pet clothing, the Poison frontman is always looking for a good time. And for profit.
Smartphones

How to Do a Reverse Image Search From Your Phone

Google's reverse image search is a breeze on a desktop, but what about when you're on a mobile device? Google, Bing, and others have options.
Workplace Diversity

5 Reasons You Can't Afford to Overlook It the Power of Diversity

A homogenous team is a clear sign the company is really hiring and promoting based on familiarity, not merit.
Inspiring Your Team

Uber Recently Gave Pay Raises, But Are They Enough to Keep Employees Around?

Compensation and work-life balance are both key to keeping workers happy.
Privacy Concerns

FBI: Your Kid's Internet-Connected Toys Might Be Spying on Them

The FBI says sensors, microphones, cameras and other components in internet-connected toys 'could put the privacy and safety of children at risk.'
Nintendo

Nintendo Switch Online App Launches

It's available now in the Android and iOS app stores, but don't expect it to do anything useful just yet. We need Splatoon 2 to launch for that to happen.
Mark Zuckerberg

We Finally Know How Mark Zuckerberg Polls Against Donald Trump in a Battle for the Presidency

A new survey pit the Facebook CEO against the president in a 2020 contest, and the results showed a tight theoretical race.
Phishing

After Docs Phishing Scam, Google to Call Out Unverified Apps

Google is rolling out a new 'unverified app' warning screen, which will appear when you encounter web apps Google has not confirmed as authentic.
iPhone

A Woman Got Caught Allegedly Trying to Smuggle 102 iPhones Into China by Strapping Them to Her Body

Apparently, it's the largest number of iPhones that Shenzhen customs officials have found on a smuggler's body.
Google Glass

Google Glass Enterprise Edition Is Ready for Work

After working on an enterprise version of the wearable, aptly named Glass Enterprise Edition, for the past two years, the Glass team is finally ready to bring it to more businesses.
Cannabis

Somebody Needs to Tell Jeff Sessions That Legalized Marijuana Does Not Cause More Crime

The Attorney General claims legal cannabis increases crime but cops and academics both disagree.
Firing

What Top Performers Can Learn From Disney's Firing of the Voice of Kermit the Frog

It comes to show that even at the highest level, you still need to be a team player.
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