WHAT you post and “like” on Facebook could provide a window to understanding — and potentially treating — mental health issues, experts said today.
The massive theft of Yahoo user data disclosed last week came from “professional” hackers seeking to profit from the breach, according to an analysis by security researchers.
With today’s media environment consisting of everyone clamouring to have the latest controversial hot take, such an idea shouldn’t even be considered lukewarm. But yet it seems an overwhelming majority of people are peeved at Apple’s decision to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7.
Picture this: a pair of headphones plugged into 3.5mm dongle, which is then plugged into a Lightning adapter, which is then plugged into your phone. That is the reality we live in now that Apple removed the headphone jack on the new iPhone 7. Because the new phone only has one Lightning port for all your peripheral needs, the company has tapped accessory maker Belkin to provide the adapter necessary to both charge the iPhone 7 and listen to music at the same time (so long as you’re not using the new wireless AirPods). The product, called Lightning Audio + Charge RockStar, costs $40 and will be released on October 10th.