Day: July 5, 2019

The celebrity cruise to celebrate the end of the Moon landings was a delightful train wreck

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The voyage set sail powered by the hot air of macho writer Norman Mailer, and it was precisely the 1970s freak show you’d expect.

This is the 35th in an exclusive series of 50 articles, one published each day until July 20, exploring the 50th anniversary of the first-ever Moon landing. You can check out 50 Days to the Moon here every day. 

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IBM Garage Aims To Steer The Drive To Cognitive Business

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Now, today, companies have to think of themselves as [insert inspirational adjective here] enterprises. There’s the intelligent enterprise, the self-driving enterprise, the plain old smart enterprise, the data-driven enterprise and the perhaps more cerebral sounding cognitive enterprise.

Critical Warning Issued Regarding 10 Million Samsung Phone Updates

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More than 10 million Samsung users have installed an app from Google Play to manage firmware updates for their smartphones that researchers warn is not all it seems to be. Here’s what Samsung users need to know, what the potential security and financial impacts are and what they need to do next.

China Forcibly Separating Thousands Of Children From Families In Xinjiang, Report

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The latest exposure of human rights abuses in Xinjiang has uncovered the systematic housing of children separated from detained families in state-controlled boarding schools, as the oppression of the regions Uighur population becomes ever more systemized.