Hey, good morning! You look fabulous.
It's the weekend already? You might have a strange email from Twitter in your inbox, and if you've shopped with OnePlus lately then it might be time to cancel your card.
In a statement released Friday, OnePlus said credit card information belonging to up to 40,000 customers was captured by a malicious (and currently unknown) actor between November 2017 and mid-January 2018.
It took a video of a dead body for the company to finally reconsider its approach to content moderation.
Twitter announced its ongoing investigation found thousands of additional accounts associated with the Russian government-linked Internet Research Agency (IRA). Now, it's emailing notifications to everyone in the US who inadvertently followed one or retweeted or liked one of their messages -- which is some 677,775 people.
For best results, grow a beard.Google's museum app finds your fine-art doppelgänger
If you've ever wondered if there's a museum portrait somewhere that looks like you, and you're ready to have your ego crushed, there's now an app for that. Google Arts & Culture's latest update now lets you take a selfie, and using image recognition, finds someone in its vast art collection that most resembles you. Let's try!
Behold Labo, a set of DIY tools built on cardboard sheets that turns the console into a powerhouse of play. Make a piano with the Switch's screen for music. No, wait, a motorcycle game with cardboard handlebars. A house with the Switch displaying an interior you can customize. Now is the era of the Toy-Con -- and it involves a recyclable robo-suit. Yay!
But wait, there's more...
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- Watch the first footage from Kodak's reborn Super 8 film camera
- There's a point to Hasselblad's crazy 400-megapixel camera
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