The Ulysse Nardin Grand Deck Marine Tourbillon, one of the most buzzed-about timepieces introduced at this year’s Baselworld, is a sailboat for the wrist. The dial miniaturizes elements of the deck of a classic racing yacht, including a wood deck, winches, lines and a mainsail boom. The dial is made of inlaid wood in a color and curved design intended to resemble the deck of a classic yacht.
We talk a lot about computer security and data security here at Lifehacker, but you can never have too many reminders of the basics. Here, in a nutshell, are the security tips and habits every computer user should know. Consider it a quick way to audit your own security or help others you care about get the essentials down.
Paying off debt can feel impossible when you’re already tens of thousands of dollars in the red. Here’s the good news: It can be done. Take Kristen Seaton’s inspiring success story on how to pay off debt. Seaton lives in Boston, MA, and managed to pay down a whopping $67,000 in debt in less than two years. Here, she shares how she made it happen — and the tips that can help you succeed too.
The family of Katt Williams is concerned about his odd behavior as of late. They are trying to convince him to get psychiatric help, but he refuses to.
For many criminals, prepaid “burner” phones are a dream tool: they’re cheap, commitment-free… and most importantly, don’t require ID that could reveal the buyer. House Representative Jackie Speier wants to put an end to that anonymity. She just introduced a bill, HR4886, that would require prepaid phone sellers to verify ID through common sources like credit cards, drivers’ licenses or Social Security numbers. In theory, this prevents drug dealers, terrorists and other crooks from evading law enforcement by using untraceable phones that they can toss at a moment’s notice.
Along with the armada of motorcade and helicopter lugging transports, as well Air Force One and other special air mission VIP aircraft, a C-17 outfitted as a mobile emergency operating room accompanied President Barack Obama on his historic visit to Cuba last week.
It’s a $254 million overseas debut and a whopping $424.1 million worldwide debut for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. 59% of that foreign total came from 3D screens and 8.5% ($36m) of the global $424m gross came from a record-high 945 IMAX screens. If I was a little nitpicky over that $170.1 million domestic debut this morning, then I have little beyond congrats at this juncture to offer regarding the overseas numbers. It’s a massive debut and a strong start for an important franchise installment.