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AT&T workers strike in SCV

AT&T workers strike in SCV

AT&T workers Brock Agarpao (from left), Rene Young and Rhodel Magaoay take part in the first day of a three-day strike conducted by the Communications Workers of America on Friday at the Queen Ka'ahumanu Center. The workers are demanding wage increases that cover rising healthcare costs, job security against outsourcing, affordable healthcare and a fair scheduling policy.


Mississippi rep apologizes for lynching comments

Mississippi rep apologizes for lynching comments

As of Monday morning, his Facebook post had drawn more than 700 emoji reactions, over 600 shares and upwards of 1,500 comments. A New Orleans City Council member says a MS lawmaker committed a crime by saying Louisiana leaders should be lynched for removing Confederate monuments.


Nike unveils new Day to Night Apple watch bands

Nike unveils new Day to Night Apple watch bands

The four colours are based on the same "day to night" concept as the shoes, and are "inspired by a shade of the sky, from dawn to dusk". They're available in four colors to match the Day to Night VaporMax Flyknit line, and you can buy the bands even if you don't have the matching shoes.


Apple begins charging fees for Apple Music trials in some countries

Apple begins charging fees for Apple Music trials in some countries

It means the three-month subscription will cost you $0.99 in Australia , 0.99 euros in Spain and Switzerland comes in at Fr. 0.99. Apple Music no longer offers any free tiers - in select geographical locations. Apple initially planned to not pay royalties to artists during the three-month trials, but the company reversed course after facing a chorus of criticism from Taylor Swift and other musicians.



WannaCry victims, stop being lazy with updates

In essence, the ransomware generates a pair of keys on the victim's computer - a public and private key for encryption / decryption - which rely on prime numbers. Kaspersky Lab , a well-regarded cybersecurity firm, has released a new report which shows that WannaCry victims were mostly running Windows 7. A leading cyber expert said Monday consumers shouldn't blindly accept a company's free offer to remove WannaCry ransomware from their computer.