The emergence of new automotive technologies and practices like ride-sharing, on-demand services, and the introduction of autonomous capabilities seems like it would have a diminishing effect on future automotive sales—but studies suggest we may actually see the opposite.
Ginger is delightful. Its bright, strong flavor adds a perfect kick to almost any dish. It’s been a favorite the world over for centuries and features in all kinds of cuisine.
Here is how subsidence craters are formed: an underground nuclear explosion gets set off and creates a hole underneath the ground. The ground collapses because nothing is supporting it anymore and then boom, giant crater. It is so gnarly to see because the ground looks like its melting into the core of the Earth.
While some tattoo work is about sketching meaningful characters or phrases into your skin, this latest craze, as identified by Daily Mail Australia, is about something entirely different. Having racked up over 1,000 tags on Instagram, the blackout tattoo trend has arrived. Originally used as an alternative to laser removal for unwanted ink, the blackout method does just what its name implies: blacks out part of the body. Increasingly, though, people have been viewing those swaths of ink as art on their own.
Twitter’s social livestreaming service, Periscope, has accomplished a lot in just one year. Users have generated 200 million broadcasts on the app since launch and they watch 110 years of live Periscope content every day. That’s more than 100 years of live horror movies, puddles, crime watching,museum tours and an ice cube melting in a glass of whiskey — every day.
A 39-year-old partner in PJT Partners’ Park Hill Group unit who used to work for Blackstone has been arrested for orchestrating a $25 million investment fraud, mostly by soliciting funds from a charitable foundation for fake deals that he claimed to be conducting between his employer and a private equity fund.
FBI vs. Apple is over. At least round one, anyways. The government has confirmed that it was able to get the data off the iPhone of the San Bernardino shooter Syed Farook without Apple, and it is dropping the lawsuit compelling Apple to write security-weakening malware.