Watch the first trailer for Shane Black’s Predator film

20th Century Fox has released its first teaser trailer for Shane Black’s upcoming installment of the Predator franchise, The Predator. The film takes the action back to Earth at some point between 1990’s Predator 2, and 2010’s Predators. In the trailer, we see one of the alien’s spaceships crash on …

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Apple is reportedly pulling apps that share location data

Apple has reportedly started enforcing an App Store rule regarding location data more stringently. According 9to5mac, the tech giant has already removed a number of apps from the Store that share users’ location to third parties without their explicit consent. In the letter it sent to the affected developers, Apple …

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Arca designed a $6,450 pair of leather BDSM headphones

Venezuelan DJ and music producer Arca has collaborated with luxury retailer Ssense and leather company Fleet Ilya to design a $6,450 pair of leather BDSM headphones. Really. The headphones are integrated into a leather cage headpiece with studded details. It features suede-covered ear pads, a built-in remote, and adjustable collar. …

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Uber has five partners working on its flying taxi project

We’ve already had a glimpse at what Uber’s proposed air taxi might look like, now following the second day at Elevate Summit (Uber’s “flying taxi” conference), we’re closer to understanding how the whole service might work – and importantly, who else is involved. Five aerospace companies — Embraer, Pipistrel, Karem, …

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Google Drive’s redesign matches the new Gmail

Google recently overhauled Gmail with a fresh revamp and new functions. Now the company is following on from that and rolling out an update to how Google Drive will look on the web. There’s no change in the way you use Drive; the redesign just involves color changes and where …

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Your crypto exchange may be less secure than your email account

NEW ORLEANS — Cryptocurrency exchanges and apps aren’t just among the most valuable targets for hackers, they also remain among the most vulnerable. That’s the warning Chris Wysopal, chief technology officer at the security-tools firm Veracode, offered during a talk at the Collision conference here on May 1. It’s something …

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How close is Google to building a Paul?

As someone who recently got a haircut, Google’s presentation yesterday at I/O really resonated with me. Finally, a service that can make phone calls on my behalf and negotiate appointment times with hair salons. Google’s Duplex technology even uses the word “um” and sometimes misunderstands what people on the phone …

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