Apple suspends Siri program that allows employees to listen in on users’ private conversations

Apple has announced it is temporarily suspending its program which monitored recordings from AI assistant Siri after reports that it allowed the company’s human contractors to listen in on private conversations. “While we conduct a thorough review, we are suspending Siri grading globally,” Apple said in a comment to Business Insider. The decision follows a report…


Bitcoin Millionaire Erik Finman is Bringing Cryptos to Masses With CoinBits

Erik Finman became a millionaire well before he was out of his teenage courtesy bitcoin (BTC). Later, the same Erik Finman pronounced Bitcoin dead. In all fairness, it was in the mid of a terrible bear market, which affected all major tokens, downing their value by almost 90 percent. Now, the bitcoin millionaire Finman, recently…


Colby Covington ‘truly inspired’ by Trump support following dominant UFC Newark victory

Controversial UFC welterweight contender Colby Covington said that the support of members of the United States’ first family inspired him to a whitewash win against former champion Robbie Lawler at Saturday’s UFC Newark event. Covington received a presidential endorsement of sorts in the hours before his clash as Donald Trump tweeted his support of former…


Speculation over Paul Pogba’s Manchester United future intensifies after friendly absence

Rumors of Paul Pogba’s desire to leave Manchester United have intensified after the French World Cup winner missed the club’s latest pre-season friendly, despite both parties citing a back injury as the reason for his absence. The French international has been linked with a transfer to Real Madrid all summer and stated publicly in June…


The 4 Most Important Reasons To Travel The World

You could depict me as somebody that has hunger for new experiences. I have consistently been an explorer and longed for where to go to straightaway. Regardless of whether it was excursions to Europe with my folks or even a multi week trek to Australia when I was in evaluation one, that longing to travel…


Cristiano Ronaldo unsuccessful in legal bid to dismiss lawsuit brought by rape accuser

Cristiano Ronaldo has lost a legal bid aimed at dismissing a federal lawsuit brought against him by a Nevada woman who alleges that the Juventus and Portugal star raped her at a Las Vegas hotel a decade ago. Larissa Drohobyczer, a lawyer representing Ronaldo’s accuser Kathryn Mayorga, announced that she was satisfied with Judge Jennifer…


U.S. Soccer Says Women’s Team Has Been Paid More Than the Men

Confronting mounting open weight in a battle about fair pay, U.S. Soccer said the World Cup champion ladies’ national group has been paid more than the men’s group. As per a letter discharged Monday by U.S. Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro, the league paid out $34.1 million in pay and game rewards to the ladies somewhere…


Huawei likely to replace Google’s Android with own mobile operating system this year

A new Huawei phone equipped with the Hongmeng operating system (OS), developed by the Chinese telecom giant to replace Google’s Android, could go on sale in 2019, according to Chinese state-linked outlet Global Times. The world’s largest supplier of telecoms equipment is already testing the new homegrown OS on its mobile devices, the newspaper reported…


China is now officially open for foreign oil, gas exploration

The Chinese oil and gas sector is now officially open for foreign participation without a requirement to form joint ventures with local companies. A month ago, China said that it would remove the joint venture requirement for foreign companies wanting to enter its oil and gas industry as it moves to open up a range of industries…


Clearing up the ‘clouded side’ of fake leaves

While fake leaves hold guarantee as an approach to take carbon dioxide – a powerful ozone harming substance – out of the environment, there is a “clouded side to counterfeit leaves that has gone ignored for over 10 years,” as per Meenesh Singh, collaborator educator of compound building in the University of Illinois at Chicago…