UK business group condemns Labour nationalization plans, Brexit delay

Plans by Britain's opposition Labour Party to nationalize utilities including the country's electricity grid will damage investment as well as hurting many small shareholders, one of the country's main business groups warned on Tuesday.
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‘West Side Story’ set photo reveals first look at Sharks and Jets
Steven Spielberg is ready to rumble: The first on-set image from the director’s new big screen adaptation of the Broadway classic “West Side Story” dropped Monday morning. The iconic tale of young love and racial tensions between rival NYC gangs —  aka the Jets and the Sharks — is now filming in Harlem, as Page...
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Pete Buttigieg pauses campaign after South Bend police shooting
Mayor Pete Buttigieg ​changed his campaign schedule to return to South Bend, Indiana, after a man was killed in a police-involved shooting early Sunday morning. ​Buttigieg, a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate, canceled ​a trip to New York City where he was to appear Monday at the Democratic National Committee’s annual LGBTQ gala. ​He held a...
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Germans can soon use their iPhones as virtual ID cards
iOS 13's newly expanded NFC support will be useful for more than just hopping on the subway. Germany is taking advantage of the upcoming software's support for Apple-approved NFC identification documents to let residents scan their ID cards and use...
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OZY Fest causes a stir by using promotional pic of Global Citizen Festival
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'You All Need to Calm Down' may be Taylor Swift's most political move yet
Taylor Swift's "You Need To Calm Down" is a pop anthem for equality and understanding.
Marie Kondo once fixed a marriage with her tidying methods
"The woman was thinking about divorcing her husband," recalled Kondo, who didn't use a translator but spoke alongside her husband and business partner, Takumi Kawahara.
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Israel Names Golan Heights Settlement After President Trump
The 10-person settlement is now 'Ramat Trump,' Hebrew for 'Trump Heights'
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Avlon: Disinformation used by US to justify Iran tension
The US State Department suspended funding to a program after reporters began asking questions regarding its online trolls who were targeting journalists.
Man With ‘Kill Rabbi Max’ Tattoo on Arm Is Arrested in Arson
The blaze destroyed Rabbi Jonathan Max’s home in Brooklyn and severely damaged two adjacent buildings.
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New Mars crater exposes mysterious darker material
The Red Planet was hit by an asteroid sometime within the past three years and the resulting crater has exposed a "darker material" underneath Mars' reddish dust that is currently perplexing scientists.
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Kuo on 2020 iPhones: 5.4-Inch and 6.7-Inch Models With 5G, 6.1-Inch Model With LTE, All With OLED Displays
Apple plans to release three new iPhones in the second half of 2020, including high-end 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch models with OLED displays and a lower-end 6.1-inch model with an OLED display, according to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Those display sizes line up with a DigiTimes report from a few months ago. In a research note shared with Chinese media outlets today, Kuo said the 5.4-inch and 6.7-inch models will support 5G, while the 6.1-inch model will support up to LTE. Qualcomm is expected to be Apple's primary supplier of 5G modems, complemented by Samsung, with RF power amplifiers supplied by Broadcom. Kuo believes that all new iPhones will support 5G starting in 2021. He also believes that Apple will have its own 5G modem ready by 2022 to 2023, which should reduce its dependance on Qualcomm and Samsung. More details to follow…Tags: Ming-Chi Kuo, TF International Securities, 2020 iPhonesThis article, "Kuo on 2020 iPhones: 5.4-Inch and 6.7-Inch Models With 5G, 6.1-Inch Model With LTE, All With OLED Displays" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
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UPDATE 1-Fashion house Chanel parades its independence as its profits rise
Luxury fashion group Chanel, whose star designer Karl Lagerfeld passed away in February, reported higher annual sales and profits on Monday and once again reaffirmed its independence, stating it was not for sale.
Shania Twain set to party again in Vegas
Shania Twain is heading back to Las Vegas. The queen of country pop announced 23 performances Monday for her "Let's Go!" residency at Zappos Theater at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino. (June 17)       
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Domino’s will start robot pizza deliveries in Houston this year
Delivery company Nuro raised $940 million in February, also delivers for Kroger.
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Apple iPhones, Sony speakers, eufy smart scales, Toshiba 4K TVs, Bose headphones, and more on sale for June 17 in the UK
We have some good news to brighten your Monday. We have tracked down the best deals on speakers, headphones, grooming essentials, Amazon devices, and much more, all for you. You can save on a wide range of top products from the biggest brands, including Apple, Bose, Sony, Toshiba, and Panasonic. This is your best chance to pick up a 4K TV, portable speaker, or electric toothbrush, at a heavily discounted rate. These are the best deals from across the internet for June 17. Best of the best We have handpicked the very best deals from across the web, with chances to save on Amazon devices, gaming subscriptions, 4K TVs, and more. Read more...More about Amazon, Speaker, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals IMAGE: AMAZON £636.65 £112.35 OFF (15%) £749 Apple iPhone 8 (256 GB) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £59.99 £10.00 OFF (14%) £69.99 Kindle -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £99.99 £20 OFF (17%) £119.99 Kindle Paperwhite -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £69.99 £20 OFF (22%) £89.99 Amazon Echo (2nd Gen) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £34.99 £15 OFF (30%) £49.99 Echo Dot (3rd Gen) -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £19.99 £6 OFF (23%) £25.99 Anker Power Bank -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £13.59 £4.40 OFF (24%) £17.99 Anker Wireless Charger -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £179 £70 OFF (28%) £249 Toshiba 32-Inch Smart Full-HD LED TV -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £34.99 PlayStation Plus: 12 Month Membership -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £14.99 Xbox Game Pass Ultimate: 3 Months -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £38.90 £21.10 OFF (35%) £60 Sony SRS-XB10 Compact Portable Wireless Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £59.99 £40.01 OFF (40%) £100 Sony SRS-XB21 Portable Wireless Waterproof Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £139 £30.95 OFF (18%) £169.95 Bose SoundLink Mini Bluetooth Speaker II -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £149 £50.95 OFF (25%) £199.95 Bose SoundLink Revolve Bluetooth Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £48.54 £41.45 OFF (46%) £89.99 Ultimate Ears WONDERBOOM Bluetooth Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: £11.99 £8.00 OFF (40%) £19.99 Betron A3 Bluetooth Wireless Speaker -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £160 £39.95 OFF (20%) £199.95 Bose SoundLink Around-Ear Wireless Headphones II -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £289 £40.95 OFF (12%) £329.95 Bose QuietComfort 35 (Series II) Wireless Headphones -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £43.99 £82 OFF (65%) £125.99 ENACFIRE Wireless Headphones -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £97.29 £52.71 OFF (35%) £150 Sony WH-CH700N Bluetooth Headphones -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £79.99 £220 OFF (73%) £299.99 Oral-B Genius 9000 Electric Toothbrush -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £55 £74.99 OFF (58%) £129.99 Oral-B Smart 4500N CrossAction Electric Toothbrush -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £70.91 £209.08 OFF (75%) £279.99 Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 5100 Electric Toothbrush -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £105 £194.99 OFF (65%) £299.99 Philips Sonicare ProtectiveClean 6100 Electric Toothbrush -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £34.99 £30.01 OFF (46%) £65 Philips Series 5000 Beard and Stubble Trimmer -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £54.99 £45.00 OFF (45%) £99.99 Panasonic ER-GB86 Wet and Dry Ultimate Beard Trimmer -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £54.88 £45.12 OFF (45%) £100 BaByliss for Men Super Stubble XTP Beard Trimmer -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £39.99 £49.01 OFF (55%) £89 eufy Smart Scale with Bluetooth -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £25.99 £10.00 OFF (28%) £35.99 RENPHO Bluetooth Body Fat Scale -- See Details IMAGE: AMAZON £26.97 £23.02 OFF (46%) £49.99 1byone Smart Body Fat Scales -- See Details
LaVar Ball vows Lakers will 'never win another championship' after team reportedly trades his son
LaVar Ball condemned the Los Angeles Lakers after the team reportedly acquired Anthony Davis from the New Orleans Pelicans in a package that included his son, Lonzo.
Wall St. set for muted open; Fed meet in focus
Wall Street's main indexes were set for a subdued opening on Monday, following two straight weeks of gains, as focus shifted to a pivotal Federal Reserve meeting that could lay the groundwork for an interest rate cut later this year.
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California Today: O.J. Simpson and Why Los Angeles Is Still Fascinated by Police Pursuits
Monday: “The day Los Angeles stopped,” the most affordable university in the Bay Area, and the paunchy kid from Imperial with the killer punch.
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An ugly basketball game drove Gary Woodland to his golf calling
PEBBLE BEACH, Calif. — This wasn’t Gary Woodland’s initial plan. Attaining greatness in basketball, not golf, was the central focus of Woodland’s dream. When he was leading his Shawnee Heights High hoops team in Topeka, Kan., to two state championships, Woodland had visions of starring at his beloved University of Kansas and then in the...
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Rare glimpse inside war-torn Syria: "The kids are all dead"
Syrian regime forces have begun a new bombing campaign, and there are fears that a full-scale offensive could be next
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Trump kicks out chief of staff for coughing during an interview
"If you’re going to cough, please leave the room. You just can’t, you just can’t cough. Boy oh boy," said Trump.       
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Wife allegedly gunned down Army husband days after he got protection order
An Alabama woman is charged with fatally shooting her Army sergeant husband just days after he obtained an emergency protection of abuse order against her, alleging she was “very mentally ill” and unstable. Brittnay Ryals Paonessa, 27, is accused of gunning down Brandyn Lloyd Paonessa Thursday in the front yard of a home in Phenix...
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Kerry Washington prefers working with Hulu over a traditional broadcaster
The “Scandal” star is now starring on Hulu's “Little Fires Everywhere.”
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Bonnaroo attendee dies after becoming unresponsive at festival
A 27-year-old Bonnaroo attendee died after becoming unresponsive at the three-day music and arts festival in Tennessee, organizers said. The male concertgoer, who was there with his father, was discovered unconscious at the Manchester festival’s campgrounds. Emergency responders attempted CPR and brought him to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The cause of...
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Comcast’s inclusive web remote lets users control TV with their eyes
Comcast is offering a web remote for Xfinity X1 subscribers that enables users to navigate TV menus using only their eyes.
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I thought I would die in Brook House. Now my abusers will have to face justice | BB
Bullying, racism, physical abuse – and no idea when we’d get out. Our treatment in immigration detention was a scandalI thought this moment would never come, but I always clung on to hope. I spent nearly two years in Brook House immigration detention centre and I was abused by the officers, like so many other people there. It often felt as if no one would ever find out what was happening. But on Friday a judge ordered an inquiry that will make sure the voices of people like me are heard, and make sure our abusers will finally face justice.If you saw BBC’s Panorama documentary in 2017 on abuse in immigration detention services, you would have seen me. But what was shown on TV wasn’t even half of what went on. We were bullied every day. We were mocked all the time. There would be a casual racist taunt as you came down to breakfast – a casual punch as you went to your cell to try to sleep. And much more. Those who couldn’t speak English got it the worst. Someone I knew well tried to hang himself; the officers took their time in responding. They didn’t care whether we lived or died. Continue reading...
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Justin Timberlake wooed Jessica Biel like a true Southern gentleman
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Nuro partners with Domino’s to deliver pizza via self-driving cars in Houston
Self-driving vehicle startup Nuro today announced that it's teaming up with a Domino's franchisee to pilot deliveries in Houston.
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Firefly opens first Alpha rocket launch to academic and educational payloads
Company appears to be taking its commitment to STEM to another level.
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Jeremy Hunt: ‘affable lummox’ or cool operator?
Tory leadership hopeful tries to shrug off fears he is too soft for No 10Jeremy Hunt is almost invariably described as “thoroughly nice” or a “decent chap” by fellow MPs and people in government who have worked closely with him.One of his former employees at his publishing business recalls him as an “affable lummox”, but this genial disposition has given some Conservative colleagues the jitters about supporting him in the leadership race, wondering if he lacks the ruthlessness to do well in No 10. Continue reading...
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Flights delayed as drones fly near East Midlands airport
Incidents occurred over weekend during Download music festival at nearby parkDetectives have launched an investigation after three drones disrupted flights at an airport during a nearby music festival.Leicestershire police said a pilot of one of the unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) had been interviewed by officers after it was reported to police at 9.30am on Saturday near the Download festival at Donington Park. Continue reading...
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Make-A-Wish partners with StreamElements on charity campaign
Make-A-Wish International is teaming up with StreamElements to help raise $50,000 for the charity that helps grant wishes to sick children.
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Which NFL team can finally win its first Super Bowl this season?
Let’s all pretend for a moment that it won’t be the Patriots again. 2019 is the year of the first-timer. The St. Louis Blues won their first Stanley Cup. The Toronto Raptors won their first NBA title. And, not long after the NFL’s regular season comes to an end, the Cleveland Browns will win their first Super Bowl. Or the Houston Texans. Or the Los Angeles Chargers. Or maybe the Minnesota Vikings. There are a dozen NFL franchises without a banner to hang in their stadiums or a Lombardi Trophy to host in their fanciest meeting rooms. If the current Big 4 sports trend holds, one of them will be hosting a parade in their honor come February 2020. Here they are, sorted by their chances to finally win the big one next winter. Probably not Arizona Cardinals Cincinnati Bengals Detroit Lions The Cardinals are breaking in a rookie head coach and a rookie first-round quarterback for the second straight year, somehow. If they win six games this season they’ll: a) improve on last season’s record by 100 percent, andb) match the number of wins Kliff Kingsbury had against non-Kansas Big 12 competition in his last three seasons at Texas Tech. The Bengals will be better if they can coax full seasons from Andy Dalton and A.J. Green, but this still looks like an extremely Marvin Lewis team despite the absence of Marvin Lewis. The Lions beat the eventual Super Bowl champions last season and finally got a 100-yard rushing performance from one of their tailbacks. Those are about the highlights of their 2018, though, so it’s going to take a journey to even get back to the playoffs in 2019. Hooo boy, it’d take some leaps Jacksonville Jaguars Buffalo Bills Remember when the Jags were one quarter away from a Super Bowl appearance? That was less than two years ago! This season, Jacksonville will blend a championship-caliber defense with Super Bowl 52 MVP Nick Foles and quite possibly the league’s least inspiring lineup of skill players. 2019 is the year Foles has to prove he can be good outside of Philadelphia — and that his mid-career slump was a function of Jeff Fisher’s soul-sucking gravity. The Bills had a quietly great offseason, surrounding second-year quarterback Josh Allen with an array of the kind of free agent targets who can be lured to western New York following a six-win season: Cole Beasley, John Brown, Tyler Kroft, and the immortal Frank Gore. They’ll play against the backdrop of one of the league’s top defenses in 2018: While Pro Bowl veteran Kyle Williams is gone, the team got an A-level replacement in first-round draft pick Ed Oliver. Buffalo’s got the chops to outperform expectations — though by how much will come down to how well Allen puts an inaccurate rookie campaign in his rear view. I could be convinced Carolina Panthers Tennessee Titans Since 2013, the Panthers have had winning seasons in years ending in odd numbers and losing seasons in years ending in even ones. 2019 falls into the former category, and it seems like a prove-it season for Cam Newton after an injury-filled and underwhelming 2018. He’s still lacking for targets beyond Christian McCaffrey and D.J. Moore, but Carolina worked hard to beef up both sides of its line (signing Matt Paradis, Gerald McCoy, re-signing Daryl Williams, and drafting Greg Little) to spark an odd-year resurgence. The Titans fielded the league’s third-best scoring defense last fall and had that squandered by an impotent offense that faltered behind an injured Marcus Mariota. 2019 is the former Heisman winner’s make-good season since he’s due to hit free agency next spring, and that could coax a major performance from him. Factor in the growth of young playmakers like Derrick Henry and Corey Davis, along with new additions Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown, and you can see an emerging offense that could stay afloat in the suddenly competitive AFC South. Actual, legitimate contenders Atlanta Falcons Minnesota Vikings Houston Texans Cleveland Browns Atlanta’s quest to return to the postseason in 2018 was derailed by injuries that seemed to affect every single defensive starter. That snapped a budding two-year postseason streak for a team that combines the league’s most lethal combination of quarterback and wide receivers. If a healthy defense can snap back to life this year, the Falcons will be in the running to unseat the Saints in the NFC South. Of course, since this is the team that once blew a 28-3 lead in the third quarter of the Super Bowl, expecting nice things may be a bridge too far. That latter theory applies to the Vikings, too: With the St. Louis Blues winning the Stanley Cup last night, the #Bengals move into fourth place on the list of oldest franchises in the 4 major sports without a title.Texas Rangers -- 1961Minnesota Vikings -- 1961Atlanta Falcons -- 1965Bengals -- 1968— Jay Morrison (@JayMorrisonATH) June 13, 2019 The Vikes used last season’s upgrade from Case Keenum to Kirk Cousins as quarterback to regress from 13 wins to eight. Minnesota tried its hardest to buttress the cheesecloth offensive line that allowed Cousins to be sacked 40 times last season by drafting interior linemen Garrett Bradbury and Dru Samia while signing former Titan Josh Kline. How much of an impact they’ll have in 2019 is up in the air, though. The Vikings could win anywhere from six to 14 games and it wouldn’t be terribly surprising either way. The Texans finished the 2018 season on an 11-2 heater while getting MVP-caliber play from a 23-year-old Deshaun Watson. While a suspect secondary and unfearsome offensive backfield are legitimate flaws, 2019 could mark the first time in franchise history Houston escapes past the Divisional Round of the postseason. Or it could be a disaster portended by a post-draft firing of its general manager after only a single season, the tampering accusations lobbed by the Patriots in their quest to find his replacement, and the possible holdout of pass rusher Jadeveon Clowney. Cleveland is the most popular pick to win the AFC North thanks to the offensive surge that made, in order: a) Baker Mayfield a Rookie of the Year candidate (he lost to Saquon Barkley)b) the Browns an eight-loss team (their fewest since 2007 ... good lord)c) interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens Cleveland’s newest head coach. General manager John Dorsey rode that momentum into a showcase offseason by freeing Odell Beckham Jr. and Olivier Vernon from the Giants and adding players like Sheldon Richardson and Morgan Burnett in free agency. That’s the roster of a Super Bowl contender — they just have to escape the Browns-ness of it all to get there. There’s a tremendous burden of expectation heaped on a team that’s so often been the league’s doormat, and there already appears to be dissent fomenting in northeastern Ohio. The most likely champion (from this group) Los Angeles Chargers LA fits the profile of a champion, even if it’s been more than two decades since the club’s last Super Bowl appearance. The Chargers have a veteran quarterback still playing at a high level in Philip Rivers, who recorded one of the most efficient seasons of his career last fall. They’ve got a bevy of skill players — Melvin Gordon, Keenan Allen, Hunter Henry — who can be game-changing threats as long as they can fend off injury. Their defensive holes have help on the way thanks to a hopefully healthy Joey Bosa (only seven games in 2018) and 2019 first-round pick Jerry Tillery in front of one of the league’s top secondaries. And they stopped the Ravens’ momentum in its tracks in a playoff game back in January. Los Angeles also has a problem; the team’s postseason resume is a disaster. Its lone Super Bowl trip ended in a 49-26 clunker against the 49ers. Rivers has a 5-6 record in the playoffs and a passer rating (84.2) that lines up closely with Case Keenum’s career mark. And if he has to face Bill Belichick, his body and brain malfunction in ways difficult for the human mind to grasp (0-3, four interceptions and a fumble against the Patriots in his playoff career). And yet, the Chargers feel due. Defensive end Melvin Ingram, a man who should feast if he’s bookended by Bosa for 16 games this year, is into it. “We’re definitely going to win the Super Bowl,” Ingram told reporters at LA’s minicamp. “Still ASAP — Any Squad Any Place. That’s what we’re about.” Of course, this perpetually snakebit team could also wind up devastated by injuries while winning seven games as Rivers tries to heroically play through two broken legs. It is the Chargers, after all.
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Comcast built an eye-control remote to help users with movement issues
in an attempt to improve the accessibility of its services, Comcast announced today the launch of a feature that will allow users to control their television using only their eyes. The Xfinity X1 eye control will give Comcast customers the ability to...
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Comcast’s latest accessibility feature lets customers change TV channels with their eyes
Comcast is introducing eye control to its X1 cable platform, a new effort that the company says will improve the experience of watching TV for millions of people with physical disabilities. Eye control lets customers change channels, pull up the X1 programming guide, set DVR recordings, and navigate through other menus of the cable box using only their eyes. Comcast says it’s supporting basically all popular eye gaze hardware and software on the market to make the feature as accessible as possible — including devices from Tobii — plus “Sip-and-Puff switches and other assistive technologies.” Tobii president Tara Rudnicki said, “we are pleased to see how Comcast continues to make their products and solutions accessible.” Image: Comcast To use eye control, customers can sign into Comcast’s web-based remote control and link it to their cable account. “From that point forward, each time the customer gazes at a button, the web-based remote sends the corresponding command to the television.” Aside from core functions, a customer can also use eye control to type out X1 voice commands, like requesting a certain channel or searching for a specific genre or show. Comcast made a video featuring one of its customers, Jimmy Curran, using the new eye control feature. Curran has Spinal Muscular Atrophy, a neuromuscular disorder, and was “one of the first customers” to test out the new system. Comcast’s move into eye control is fairly unique among cable operators. Many companies such as Spectrum and Optimum offer accessibility functions like readouts of what’s on screen, voice controls, large-button remotes, and narration of select channels. Hopefully Comcast introducing the option will prompt other cable providers to do the same. Disclosure: Comcast is an investor in Vox Media, The Verge’s parent company.
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Neptune Is a Windy, Chilly, and Baffling Planet. Let's Go!
Scientists are building a case for a mission to Neptune, an ice giant that's only been visited by a spacecraft once. But the window to act is closing.
Hey Alexa, Why Is Voice Shopping So Lousy?
A new study suggests smart speaker owners aren’t using those devices to buy things on the internet—because it’s a bad shopping experience.
'Star Wars' News: 'The Rise of Skywalker' Got Made On the Run
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Comcast’s Xfinity X1 Eye-Tracking Remote Lets You Control a TV With Your Eyes
The new web-based interface for Comcast's television software was developed for people with visual or physical impairments.
What's the Best Outdoor Dining in Your City?
Good outdoor dining isn’t just a couple of wobbly chairs on a sidewalk. You gotta dress up the place a little bit; you gotta serve food that belongs outdoors. Give your diners some distance from the traffic, or else have a very good reason to stick them right out on a busy sidewalk. So tell us in the comments: What’s…Read more...
This Entrepreneur Says the Nonprofit She Started Inspired Her to Push Her Nut Butter Business to 7 Figures
The adoption of her first son inspired Danielle Dietz-LiVolsi to create both Nuttzo and Project Left Behind.
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Insiders wrote the Official 2019 State of Marketing Report. Learn from it for $39.
You should really turn to some experts for input.  Now, you can rely on the experience of some of the world’s top marketing executives with the training in The 2019 State of Marketing Report, on sale now for just $39.
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This educator wants to give non-binary people the visibility they deserve
Every day of Pride Month, Mashable will be sharing illuminating conversations with members of the LGBTQ community who are making history right now. While non-binary people have always existed in America, more and more people are rejecting the gender binary. In part, that's because the culture is starting to changeA study recently published by the non-partisan Public Religion Research Institute (PRRI) found that more than six in ten Americans say they've become more supportive of transgender rights in the past five years, compared to 25 percent who have become more opposed. That's a remarkable shift. Read more...More about Transgender, Non Binary, Pride 2019, Social Good, and Identities
Cloudflare’s new open-source project helps anyone obtain truly random numbers
Randomness sits at the heart of everything we do online. Many encryption algorithms depend upon randomly generated numbers to work, and that’s just one example of many. But how random is random? It’s a fair question. History has been shown that tools designed to generate random numbers — both physical and virtual — can be prone to failure. In this sense, failure means producing numbers that can be guessed or otherwise influenced in order to produce a certain outcome. Addressing this problem is Cloudflare, the Internet titan best known for its DDoS protection software. It’s teamed up with five other… This story continues at The Next Web
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Pete Buttigieg returns to South Bend after fatal police-involved shooting
Eric Jack Logan, 53, died in parking lot in Indiana cityMayor interrupted campaign schedule to return to South BendAuthorities said a man died after a shooting involving a police officer in South Bend, the Indiana city where the Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg is mayor.Buttigieg said he changed his campaign schedule to return to South Bend on Sunday and hold a late-night news conference. He said the circumstances of the death would be thoroughly investigated, and called on any witnesses of the shooting to come forward and speak to investigators. Continue reading...
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Boris Johnson gets boost in race to become Britain's new PM
Boris Johnson got a boost in his campaign to replace British Prime Minister Theresa May on Monday when one of his former rivals and EU supporter Matt Hancock backed him saying he was almost certain to win the contest.
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