Teenagers film themselves illegally climbing Golden Gate Bridge; video

Teenagers film themselves illegally climbing Golden Gate Bridge; video

He told KPIX 5 that it took about 10 minutes to climb to the top of one of the bridge's famous towers. They were on the bridge for about an hour, he said. "It's a vital Bay Area transportation artery and a symbol of our community". A week before the landmark structure's 80th anniversary, a couple of miscreants scaled to the top of the Golden Gate Bridge and dangled off the cables. Read More

Microsoft aims to create a more versatile Windows 10

Microsoft aims to create a more versatile Windows 10

Continuing the theme is another new feature that Microsoft showcased for the first time during the keynote session on the second day of its Build developers conference in Seattle on Thursday. At its Build conference , Microsoft also revealed that Windows 10 is now installed on 500 million devices worldwide, making it "the most used version of Windows ever". Read More

Tuesday Apple Rumors: Apple May Discontinue the iPad mini

The watchOS 3.2.2 software update is a minor update for the Apple Watch and it comes with some bug fixes and a number of performance improvements. On the Macintosh platform that includes a fix for the problem where audio may stutter when played through USB headphones. The macOS update also fixes a series of bugs in WindowServer, a component that manages requests between OS X apps and the machine's graphics hardware, uncovered at Pwn2Own. Read More

Netflix Service Won't Be Available On Rooted, Unlocked Android Devices

Netflix Service Won't Be Available On Rooted, Unlocked Android Devices

For those devices that still run the app, the updated changelog says, "Version 5.0 only works with devices that are certified by Google and meet all Android requirements." . Even worse, the Play Store no longer shows the app on the listing. Rooting a device makes you have a higher control of the Operating System, as such; it becomes easier to circumvent the DRM than it would have been ordinarily. Read More

Facebook adds Snapchat-like camera filters to Instagram

Facebook adds Snapchat-like camera filters to Instagram

Instagram has added Snapchat-like augmented reality face filters to its lineup of features. Instagram has launched a new range of Snapchat-style features. This will be found next to the "Boomerang" and "Hands-Free" cameras. In other words, Instagram is making the case that its face filters are more realistic and life-like than Snapchat's selfie lenses. Read More

McKayla Maroney Fires Back At Haters Who Criticized Her Racy Instagram Video

McKayla Maroney Fires Back At Haters Who Criticized Her Racy Instagram Video

That ambition has made her an even stronger presence on social media, and she often posts photos of herself modeling crop tops and figure-hugging ensembles. "Your face changes, you get older, your face fills out, and you fall into liking makeup and different stuff like that. And for people saying that, for the most part - it would kind of hurt my feelings when you haven't done anything". Read More

Moto Z, C, X, E, G: All details leak

Moto Z, C, X, E, G: All details leak

Let's take more details about the Moto C and C Plus smartphones from here. Fortunately, the presentation video of this particular phone is leaked on the China's Baidu website that the device is powered by latest Snapdragon 660 SoC, 64GB internal storage along with 4GB of RAM , and a 3800 mAh battery . Read More

Army renames school in Kashmir after Lt Fayaz

Army renames school in Kashmir after Lt Fayaz

The Army had already made a decision to go for coordinated anti-militancy operations in Kashmir with the help of para-military officers and Jammu and Kashmir Police. Cries of "Bharat mata ki jai" rented the air along with others condemning Pakistan and militant groups in the Valley. The alumni association of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalaya, where Fayaz studied before joining the Pune-based National Defence Academy, were among the marchers, along with members of the 124 Infantry Battalion of the ... Read More

NASA won't use astronauts in test of new Mars rocket

NASA won't use astronauts in test of new Mars rocket

CBSN's Meg Oliver and Elaine Quijano show us the impressive video. However, a lot of technologies would have to be accelerated, such as a life support system to keep the crew alive and abort system that could save the crew in case of an emergency during flight. Read More

200th Station Spacewalk Comes to an End

200th Station Spacewalk Comes to an End

The problem involved "a small water leak" in a service and cooling umbilical (SCU) that charges up Fischer's spacesuit, so Whitson and Fischer had to share one SCU. Initially, White propelled himself to the end of the 8-meter tether and back to the spacecraft three times using the hand-held gun. The spacewalkers "breezed through" and mananged to get to all of the major tasks originally planned for the spacewalk, despite the wrinkles at the beginning and limited time available, an ... Read More

Xfinity race a useful tune-up for 'Dega draftees

Xfinity race a useful tune-up for 'Dega draftees

Cup driver Aric Almirola emerged victorious Saturday and will look for his second career Cup Series win Sunday. "They let me run this thing seven or eight times a year, and I have so much fun, especially at the speedway races ", an elated Almirola said in Victory Lane. Read More

A powerful meteor shower Aquarids

A powerful meteor shower Aquarids "spilled" on the Ground

The peak of the Eta Aquariid meteor shower is said to be on Saturday, May 6th. Then in 1876, professor Alexander Stewart Herschel pointed out that the orbit of Halley's comet almost coincided with Earth's orbit around May 4, and that if we encountered any comet debris capable of producing meteors, those streaks of light would appear to dart from the vicinity of Aquarius. Read More

Strong 6.2 magnitude natural disaster jolts parts of Yukon and northwestern BC

Strong 6.2 magnitude natural disaster jolts parts of Yukon and northwestern BC

Nonetheless, it was a literal wake up call, for people in British Columbia and southeastern Alaska. "I haven't left my house, but most of the homes around here are maximum two storeys, and in Carcross there are no real tall structures and I think everything can handle a decent little shake". Read More

Target Stores Turn Shopping Carts Into Mario Kart

Target Stores Turn Shopping Carts Into Mario Kart

But, it is undoubtedly this is the best game experience for any Mario fan. Instead of the game's main course, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has included unique arenas. The stores are decorated with Mario theme, the shopping cart depicts the game vehicle, and the theme music is played. It's still not as good or addictive as Mario Kart 64, but there's something here for everyone, and with a group of friends, you're bound to have a good amount of fun. Read More

India plans to tag millions of cows to curb smuggling

India plans to tag millions of cows to curb smuggling

While the responsibility for care of abandoned animals will lie with the state governments, the Centre is planning shelter homes in each district to accommodate at least 500 abandoned cows. Almost 100,000 technicians have been armed with 50,000 tablets, the report said. Solicitor General Ranjit Kumar told the bench of Chief Justice Jagdish Singh Khehar and Justice D.Y. Read More

Supply ship named for John Glenn arrives at space station

Supply ship named for John Glenn arrives at space station

SS John Glenn rocketed from Cape Canaveral, Florida, on Wednesday with almost 3.5 tonnes of food, experiments and other goods. Orbital ATK , a commercial cargo provider for NASA , said it is prepared to launch two additional cargo missions this year. Read More

Call of Duty: WWII Announced

Call of Duty: WWII Announced

It went on to be one of the most influential FPS games in history and just had a remaster released a year ago alongside Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. Do you guys think Call of Duty should go back to World War II at this point? With its worldwide release on 26 April 2017, it has shocked the fans as it was set to release later this November. Read More

Ailing Mets put 1B Duda, INF Flores on DL; deGrom scratched

Ailing Mets put 1B Duda, INF Flores on DL; deGrom scratched

The left fielder walked in the fifth, was forced out in a double play and was finished. Cespedes (.263/.377/.632) is tied with Jay Bruce for the team lead with six home runs and has 10 RBIs. DeGrom didn't factor into the decision last Saturday as the Mets fell to the Miami Marlins, 5-4. The Nationals may also be at less than 100 percent for at least the start of the series. Read More

Trump says he'll mark 100 days with Pennsylvania rally

Trump wrote on his personal Twitter account. Trump flummoxed his staff this weekend by promising to unveil a "massive" tax cut as early as Wednesday - a hugely complicated and lengthy undertaking for which Congress has not been prepared. Read More

Prince fans join 'purple family' at Paisley Park

It was a sad reminder that, as with other major music stars who have died in recent years, death can provide the biggest sales boost of all. Minneapolis is honoring music legend Prince on the one-year anniversary of his shocking death from an accidental drug overdose. Read More