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April 29 2017

19:02
EPA pulls climate science web pages to reflect White House views
17:30
'The Circle' takes anti-tech paranoia to ludicrous heights
16:30
Recommended Reading: The genetics of better beer
15:03
Elon Musk gives us a glimpse of Tesla's electric semi truck
15:00

How to attach photos to emails in iOS 10

In today’s world of Facebook, Snapchat, and iMessage, there are no shortage of ways to share photos with friends or family members. But sometimes, email is still the easiest, more straightforward approach. After all, email is ubiquitous in a way that other services—even widely used ones—aren’t: If you’re online, you almost assuredly have an email address. With that in mind, here’s how to attach photos to your emails in iOS.

From the Photos app

photo selected

Select your photos then tap the Share button to get to the photo emailing feature.

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13:05
The Morning After: Weekend Edition
13:00

Steven Universe: Attack the Light is a perfectly portable role-player

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play. 

Licensed games are rarely worth your time, even if you’re a fan, and role-playing games are often too large in scale to really be ideal for mobile devices—although nostalgia might power you through awkward console ports. However, Steven Universe: Attack the Light manages to overcome those expectations, delivering a licensed iOS role-player that really is quite good.

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11:00

Headline trauma: Making excuses for Microsoft

Anytime Microsoft has a bad quarter it’s a great time to practice your creative writing skills.

Writing for the very nice people and day trading aficionados and charming contrarians and alien face-huggers at Business Insider, Matt Weinberger has an interesting perspective on Microsoft’s quarterly results that may cause spit-takes so, please, swallow your beverage.

“Microsoft's Surface hardware business shrunk by $285 million…”

Wait. For. It.

“…and it's weirdly a good thing for Microsoft.” (Tip o’ the antlers to @realworldrj.)

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10:00

The Week in Apple News and Rumors: Today at Apple, iPhone 8 rumors, ‘Carpool Karaoke’ delayed, and more

Apple headlines for the week ending Apr. 28, 2017 Apple headlines for the week ending April 28, 2017

Image by Apple

Plenty of important news and juicy rumors from the past week. Check out the Apple-related headlines in this week’s slideshow. Just click on the link to get more information.

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07:40
Hackers stole a copy of 'Orange is the New Black' season five
03:46
There's a slackbot for people who like to shit where they eat
02:53
Yik Yak's anonymous chat app is shutting down
00:44
Portland plans to convert poop into fuel

April 28 2017

23:37
Elon Musk wants to build a traffic-skipping tunnel utopia
22:31
Fitbit says that Flex 2 didn't explode on its own
22:15
We destroyed a collectible Doritos bag to get at its hidden MP3 Player
21:46
NASA pushes first launch of its Mars rocket to 2019
21:18
Apple Music clips are the new stars of Musical.ly videos
20:50
The war for the soul of the password
20:33

Stealthy Mac malware spies on encrypted browser traffic

A new malware program that targets macOS users is capable of spying on encrypted browser traffic to steal sensitive information.

The new program, dubbed OSX/Dok by researchers from Check Point Software Technologies, was distributed via email phishing campaigns to users in Europe.

One of the rogue emails was crafted to look as if it was sent by a Swiss government agency warning recipients about apparent errors in their tax returns. The malware was attached to the email as a file called Dokument.zip.

What makes OSX/Dok interesting is that it was digitally signed with a valid Apple developer certificate. These certificates are issued by Apple to members of its developer program and are needed to publish applications in the official Mac App Store.

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