F or most of the developed world, internet access is a given. Google, Amazon, Facebook offer a privileged world of communication, entertainment, shopping and education that many of us take for granted. Unless, that is, you happen to be incarcerated.
From free Hollywood blockbusters to all the sports action, here's how to turn your smartphone into a mobile media centre. Say goodbye to lonely nights in. Engage with friends online while you watch your favourite shows with this social TV app.
With so many online TV services such as BBC iPlayer and Amazon Prime video to choose from, we've become used to being able to watch our favourite shows on our phones or tablets, wherever we are. But switching between different apps to watch programmes that have aired on different channels, can be a pain. Now Apple's new-look TV app hopes to put an end to that.
But we've still decided that Wi-Fi wins—at least for working people attached to their devices. A new survey released today by iPass, an international Wi-Fi company, found that a plurality of mobile professionals surveyed globally needed Wi-Fi in their lives more than sex, alcohol or chocolate. It's important to note that iPass literally sells Wi-Fi.
Updated: November 7, pm. Supreme Court declined to review his case. Mark Minnis, 24, is charged with failing to report a previously disclosed Facebook account to Bloomington police in as part of his registration obligation as a sex offender.
Last year, tech companies reported over 45 million online photos and videos of children being sexually abused — more than double what they found the previous year. Each image shown here documents a crime. The photos are in a format analysts devised to protect the abused.
Time Warner Cable, the second-largest provider of TV and internet service in the United States, told Quartz that it is looking into the postings. His answers to the questions coming in are extremely candid. Here are some highlights typos preserved.
A lot of sex! For what is life without a dash of scintillating spice? We asked our sexpert, columnist and author Dorothy Blackthat exact question, and she says you could equally ask if depicting eating or sleeping is necessary in storytelling. Some shows combine the two, such as Bansheewith such vigour that both become over the top and — dare I say it?