President Donald Trump speaks at the White House about signing a memorandum banning the use of "bump stocks" that allow semiautomatic rifles to be fired more rapidly. (Source: Bloomberg)
Google Chrome's Android app just got a small but extremely helpful update that makes it much easier to share links.
The latest version of Chrome will not automatically "clean up" unwieldy URLs before you share them so you know longer need to worry about copying and pasting links with large amounts of extra text at the end.
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The change, which was first spotted by Android Police, is live with the latest version of Chrome's Android app, version 64.
It may sound like a relatively small tweak, but it makes URLs look a lot less unsightly when you s...more
No matter how much a textbook, TV show, or video game strives to depict the reality of what life was like in ages past, the end result is usually sanitized. The medieval era is a great case in point. Think of this long-ago time today and you imagine noble knights, maidens fair, and fat kings waving around legs of lamb. In truth, the period was more about robbers knifing you in the streets, wenches plying their trade, and lords working you to death on their manors.Kingdom Come: Deliverance is dirty. Filthy, in fact. This expansive RPG from indie developer Warhorse Studios ditches cliches for a ...more
March is going to be a very busy month for Amazon Prime Video. The streaming service is beefing up its movie and TV show selection with a number of new titles, including cult classic films, big-budget blockbusters, and new seasons of original programming.On the film front, several James Bond titles are coming to Prime, including A View to a Kill and Moonraker. Additionally, films like 2017's Power Rangers, Earth Girls Are Easy, The Doors, Antitrust, Hackers, and I'm Gonna Git You Sucka will all be added on March 1.As for TV, a new season of the crime drama Sneaky Pete, created by Bryan Cransto...more
Once again, retailers are booting up for fall. Buyers shopping the Atlanta Shoe Market, Feb. 17 to Feb. 19, had boots topping their shopping lists. However, determining whether the ever-popular short or tall styles would be the favorite among consumers remains a dubious task.
“It’s all about the bootie,” said Ruthie McGuire, manager and buyer for Chesapeake Bay Outfitters, Saint Michaels, Md., who offered the silhouette for fall ’17. It’s a trend she said that addresses today’s casual lifestyle.
At Vogue Shoes in Seguin, Texas, owner Kandice Schmidt had eye out for taller boots. “I had more re...more