A highly classified intelligence report says that Russian military intelligence executed a cyber attack on an American software supplier, and sent out more than 100 spear-phishing emails to local election officials in the days before the 2016 presidential election, a report obtained by the Intercept says. The classified report shows that Russian hackers may have infiltrated further into the US voting systems than previously disclosed.
A daughter searches for her father – just one of the victims of the rise of kidnapping in Libya.
Derrick Ion Almena, 47, and Max Harris, were taken into custody elsewhere in the state earlier on Monday and face up to 39 years in prison if convicted, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley said at a press conference. Almena rented the warehouse, which was known as the Ghost Ship, and ran it as an art collective and communal residence.
Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement drew anger and condemnation from world leaders and heads of industry. The most senior career diplomat at the US embassy in China has stepped down, amid reports that he opposes the Trump administration’s decision to quit the Paris agreement to fight climate change.
Apple may have done a decent job of keeping WWDC and iOS 11 rumors to a minimum, but it's having a much tougher time keeping iPhone 8 leaks at bay. In fact, it seems as if we can't even go a full 2-3 days without stumbling across a brand new iPhone 8 leak. Just this past weekend, a Foxconn insider divulged a boatload of information about upcoming Apple products, including the highly anticipated iPhone 8. In case you missed it, the leak revealed that the iPhone 8 will come with wireless charging, 3GB of RAM, fast-charging functionality, and last but not least, a Touch ID sensor on the front side of the device. Not too worry, those leaked schematics which showcase an iPhone design with a Touch ID sensor on the back will not be hitting store shelves this Fall.
The latest iPhone 8 leak centers on a new dummy model of the device that recently surfaced at Computex 2017 in Tapei. The leak seemingly corroborates a number of previous reports involving the iPhone 8, namely that the majority of the front-facing display will consist of one giant piece of glass. The only area that won't be composed of a display will feature the earpiece and a number of front-facing cameras designed for facial recognition purposes. And while we've seen mockups before, the dummy images below give us an even crisper look at what the final iPhone 8 design is going to look like.
According to Engadget, the dummy models pictured below are based off of information a case maker "independently obtained" about the final iPhone 8 design.
It's worth noting that the design above mirrors what the aforementioned Foxconn leaker claims the iPhone 8 will look like. Although nothing is ever guaranteed until Tim Cook trots out on stage and announces a new product, it appears that the iPhone 8 is largely shaping up to be the radical redesign of the iPhone form factor we've all been patiently waiting for.
Aside from a brand new form factor and the features mentioned above, the iPhone 8 will reportedly also feature improved water resistance, improved battery life, and support for advanced augmented reality functionality.
By Ayesha Rascoe and Karen Freifeld WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The husband of White House adviser Kellyanne Conway criticized President Donald Trump’s tweets about the administration’s temporary travel ban on Monday, saying they were undercutting the Justice Department’s ability to defend his policies. The president’s messages “may make some people feel better,” but they will not help the administration achieve its goal of getting the Supreme Court to rule in its favor, George Conway said in a Twitter message.