July 1, 2016

Invoxia's Voice Bridge puts your landline in your pocket

voice bridge If you've ever wished you could roll out a five-mile extension cable for your home phone so you can get your calls when you're out and about, Invoxia's new Voice Bridge may be the solution to your globetrotting woes. It's a virtual phone that connects your landline to your Wi-Fi, making it available via an app. Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Clinton FBI Interview on E-Mails Could Happen Soon: ABC News

The interview with Hillary Clinton as part of the FBI probe into her use of a personal e-mail server as sec of state "could take place within days," ABC News reports. Related: Lynch Says She Plans to Accept FBI Advice on Clinton E-Mails

Source: Bloomberg Politics

Newspaper publisher arrested after open records request

JASPER, Ga. (AP) - The publisher of a small, weekly north Georgia newspaper was jailed, along with his lawyer, after officials alleged his open records request for county checks written to two local judges included a criminal falsehood, and that a subpoena they issued constituted an attempt to commit identity ...

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Female DC Metro Passenger Kicks Another Girl Squarely IN THE FACE [VIDEO]

To the dome

Via: The Daily Caller

Google talks up its self-driving cars' cyclist-detection algorithms

google_bike_vis1 Today might be conspicuous in the annals of autonomous vehicles for a more serious reason, but another month is over and Google has issued its self-driving car report for June. In it are some interesting details about the system's ability to detect and avoid cyclists. Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Donald Trump to Meet Mike Pence Amid VP Speculation

On "With All Due Respect," NBC News' Kelly O'Donnell and Katy Tur discuss a private meeting between presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump and Mike Pence and what the Indiana governor could bring to a potential GOP ticket.

Source: Bloomberg Politics

Officials: Man held in Oregon farm shooting deported 6 times

PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement says a man charged with aggravated murder in the shooting deaths of three people at an Oregon blueberry farm was deported to Mexico six times between 2003 and 2013.

The agency said in a statement sent to The Associated Press on ...

Source: www.washingtontimes.com stories: Politics

New Tenn. Law Puts Onus On Gun Free Zone Property Owners

Turn the tables

Via: The Daily Caller

Exploiting machine learning in cybersecurity

artificial intelligence While more and more jobs are being forfeited to robots and artificial intelligence, is it conceivable to convey to machines a responsibility as complicated as cybersecurity? The topic is being hotly debated by security professionals, with strong arguments on both ends of the spectrum. In the meantime, tech firms and security vendors are looking for ways to add this hot technology to their… Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Bill Clinton's Not Doing Hillary Any Favors

On "With All Due Respect," Mark Halperin and Donny Deutsch discuss former President Bill Clinton's meeting with Attorney General Loretta Lynch and whether he's damaging his wife's campaign.

Source: Bloomberg Politics

Can Reagan Save Another Clinton Presidency?

(Steven Hayward) First of all, I'll pause for a moment to let you get over the shudder at the thought of "another Clinton presidency" in this headline. Take a shot or two of whiskey if necessary. Or deep cleansing breaths. Whatever it takes. Now, to the main topic. I've been thinking for a while that there's not much wrong with this country that a sustained period of 4 percent economic growth wouldn't

Source: Power LinePower Line

Justin Bieber Falls Again During Concert!

The pop star sure seems to be clumsy.

Via: The Daily Caller

The silver lining of Google's diversity efforts

google logo Google has had big week around diversity. The company gifted a $2.8 million office space inside its New York City building to Black Girls Code, appointed Roger Ferguson, an African-American finance executive, to its board of directors and released its latest diversity report. Most of this was good news. Having a space inside Google's office could potentially give Black Girls Code… Read More

Source: TechCrunch

U.S. Counts Drone Kills and Comes Up Short, Rights Groups Say

U.S. military and intelligence agencies have killed as many as 116 civilians in clandestine air strikes on terrorists and militants since President Barack Obama took office, the White House said on Friday in its first accounting of non-combatant deaths.

Source: Bloomberg Politics

Obama Friends Surround Push to Acquire For-Profit University of Phoenix

A close friend of President Barack Obama who has launched a stealth campaign to get the Department of Education to green light the sale of the for-profit University of Phoenix to his firm has invoked the aid of a group that employs former close aides to the president.

The post Obama Friends Surround Push to Acquire For-Profit University of Phoenix appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Election set to fill seat vacated by convicted congressman

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A special election will be held the day of the general election to fill a Pennsylvania U.S. House seat left vacant by a Democratic congressman convicted in a federal racketeering case.

Eleven-term congressman Chaka Fattah (SHAW'-kah fa-TAH') resigned June 23, two days after his conviction in Philadelphia.


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Some Chick Getting Her Hair Ripped Off Was The LEAST CRAZY Part Of This Fight [VIDEO]

"Wooooooorld Staaaaaarrrrrr!!!"

Via: The Daily Caller

Amazon Prime Video gets exclusive deal for most PBS Kids shows

daniel-tiger-pbs-ios Amazon Prime Video will be the exclusive subscription streaming service for the majority of PBS series for children, Amazon announced today. All episodes are now available to download and stream. Prime members in the U.S. can watch PBS episodes via the Amazon Video app for TVs, connected devices including Fire TV, mobile devices and online. The shows will also be available with Amazon… Read More

Source: TechCrunch

Elizabeth Harrington on Lynch: She Should Recuse Herself

The post Elizabeth Harrington on Lynch: She Should Recuse Herself appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Hillary Clinton raised nearly $70 million in June

Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign in June raised nearly $70 million and begins July with about $44 million in the bank, according to fundraising totals released Friday afternoon.

Of the $70 million, about $40 million will fund Mrs. Clinton's campaign, and another $28 million will go to the Democratic National Committee ...

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HuffPost Blogger Involved In Exciting Coke Bust

Fun times at Arianna's sleep-focused website.

Via: The Daily Caller

Hyperloop One co-founder and CTO Brogan BamBrogan steps down

Brogan BamBrogan, co-founder and CTO at Hyperloop One, talks about the future of transportation during a press conference in Las Vegas on May 10, 2016. The Hyperloop One startup intent on zipping people along at near-supersonic speeds in pressurized tubes announced that the French national rail company had joined its growing list of backers. Hyperloop One said that it closed an $80 million round of second round of financing with funding coming an array of investors, including GE Ventures and France's SNCF. (Photo: JOHN GURZINSKI/AFP/Getty Images) Hyperloop One co-founder and CTO Brogan BamBrogan is out at the company and former VP of engineering Josh Geigle will be taking over BamBrogan's role as CTO. The move, though abrupt, may have been a long time coming. The company has been shifting Bambrogan away from public comment for months and switched him to the CTO role, appointing former Cisco exec Rob Lloyd as CEO in… Read More

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How To Stop 99% Of All Mass Shootings With One Simple Gun Law

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The post How To Stop 99% Of All Mass Shootings With One Simple Gun Law appeared first on DailySurge.

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Loretta says she'll accept recommendation on Clinton prosecution, but won't recuse herself

(Paul Mirengoff) Attorney General Loretta Lynch said today that she "fully expect[s]" to accept the recommendations of the "career agents and investigators" who are considering whether Hillary Clinton should be criminally charged in connection with her scandalous use of a private email server. In response to a follow-up question, she said "I will accept their recommendations," and added that "the case will be resolved by the same team that has been working

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Man Plays Star Spangled Banner With Gun

The post Man Plays Star Spangled Banner With Gun appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

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Sarah Palin unloads on #NeverTrumpers, calling them Republicans Against Trump, or 'RAT'

DENVER — Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin unloaded Friday on conservatives who refuse to support presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump, dubbing them "Republicans Against Trump, or RAT for short."

"They want to take their [Denver] Nuggets ball home and stay home instead of vote, because their guy didn't win ...

Source: www.washingtontimes.com stories: Politics

This Sexy Swimsuit Model Wants You To Check Out American Flag Bikinis

What's more appealing: The model or the sale?

Via: The Daily Caller

Knocki turns your tables and walls into smart device controllers

knocki By most standards, Knocki has had a home run Kickstarter campaign, blowing way past its $35,000 target with more than $1.1 million committed. But it sounds like CEO Jake Boshernitzan is still hoping for more support in the campaign's final hours (it's scheduled to end at 3am Eastern on Saturday). After all, he said that Knocki deliberately set the campaign target on the low… Read More

Source: TechCrunch