Tech stocks are having their best January in decades — here’s why that may not be a good sign

Technology stocks are on quite a tear to start 2023, but that could actually be an ominous signal. The Nasdaq Composite Index COMP, +0.95% is up 11% so far this month, on track for its best January performance since it notched a 12.2% gain in 2001, according to Dow Jones Market Data. But that 2001 … Read more

Strange detail in TikTok user’s picture with dad leaves internet in stitches

A woman attempting to get a nice picture with her dad was shocked to later find a hidden detail in the photograph. Looking back at the shot taken on a Polaroid digital camera, she realised they had captured a hilarious trick of the light — and it wasn’t complimentary. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: Woman shocked … Read more

These Apple-like Target Tech Accessories Are 50% Off Right Now

Photo: JJava Designs (Shutterstock) Target’s first exclusive electronic’s brand, Heyday, is having a 50% sale on many of their products right now—and you may notice that a lot of these products have a striking similarity to Apple products. So if you’re in the market for an Apple-like product and don’t mind not having the real … Read more

Amazon to charge delivery fees on Fresh grocery orders under $150

Brendan McDermid | Reuters Amazon will start charging delivery fees for Fresh grocery orders that are less than $150, in a move it said will help keep prices low on its services. Beginning Feb. 28, Prime members who want home delivery from Amazon Fresh will incur a $9.95 delivery fee for orders under $50, while … Read more

GoldenEye 007’s Finally On Xbox & Switch But It Needs Some Work

Image: Rare / Kotaku After years and years of rumors, whispers, fan outcry, and endless internet theories, Rare’s beloved Nintendo 64 first-person shooter, GoldenEye 007, is finally out on modern consoles. And while for many this is something to celebrate, these new ports aren’t quite as good as they could have been. First, the good … Read more

Will your smartphone be the next doctor’s office? | Lifestyles

The same devices used to take selfies and type out tweets are being repurposed and commercialized for quick access to information needed for monitoring a patient’s health. A fingertip pressed against a phone’s camera lens can measure a heart rate. The microphone, kept by the bedside, can screen for sleep apnea. Even the speaker is … Read more

Internet evidence key, but not enough in no-body murder case

BOSTON (AP) — Prosecutors in Massachusetts are basing their murder case against a man whose wife is presumed dead but whose body has not been found in large part on a series of gruesome internet searches he made around the time of her disappearance. Scouring data on personal electronic devices is a common strategy in … Read more

Google Flights’ Price Guarantee Program Is Back

Photo: Koshiro K (Shutterstock) Many apps, browser extensions, and sites claim to tell you the best time to buy flights, but nothing is as good as a money-back guarantee, and Google is offering it on some flights with the relaunch of their price guarantee program. The price guarantee program first launched in 2019 but was … Read more

Hong Kong stocks rise for third session as Japanese stocks hold steady

Stocks in the Asia-Pacific region mostly grew Friday, Jan. 27, with the Hong Kong market climbing for the third day. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index HK:HSI rose 0.5% to 22,688.90, while Japan’s Nikkei 225 Index JP:NIK added 0.1% to 27,382.56. The FTSE Straits Times Index SG:STI of Singapore stocks rose 0.5% to 3,394.21, while China’s … Read more

Pentagon Directive Warns of AI’s ‘Increasing Role’ in Warfare

Photo: U.S. Army Spc. Jaaron Tolley The U.S. The Department of Defense has peeked into the future, and it sees a world rife with automated weapons of war. In its first update since 2012, DoD’s guidance overseeing the development, testing, and use of autonomous and semi-autonomous weapons warned of artificial intelligence’s “increasing role” in wars … Read more