Apple teases nearly 60 new emoji coming to iOS and Mac this fall [Gallery]

Tomorrow marks World Emoji Day, and Apple is getting a head start on the festivities by detailing 59 new iOS emoji coming later this year. Apple says the new emoji characters will be available on iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple Watch this fall. Headlining the new emoji are a variety of new disability-themed options, which … Read more Apple teases nearly 60 new emoji coming to iOS and Mac this fall [Gallery]

Sekiro, From Software’s next game, subverts nearly everything we’ve come to expect from Dark Souls

When I watched Sekiro’s debut during Microsoft’s press conference at E3 2018, I knew this was going to be a different kind of Dark Souls. The Japanese setting, the comparatively bright environments, and a flippin’ grappling hook were all obvious clues. But I still made the assumption that Sekiro would just be another riff on the same … Read more Sekiro, From Software’s next game, subverts nearly everything we’ve come to expect from Dark Souls

FBI Says It Couldn’t Access Nearly 7,000 Mobile Devices Because of Encryption

The FBI hasn’t been able to retrieve data from more than half of the mobile devices it tried to access in less than a year, FBI Director Christopher Wray said Sunday, turning up the heat on a debate between technology companies and law enforcement officials trying to recover encrypted communications. In the first 11 months … Read more FBI Says It Couldn’t Access Nearly 7,000 Mobile Devices Because of Encryption

Italian banks hold nearly a third of euro zone’s bad loans: ECB

Italian banks are holding nearly a third of the 990 billion euros ($1.05 trillion) of unpaid loans at top euro zone lenders, European Central Bank data showed on Tuesday, underscoring the challenge facing Italy at a time of political and market upheaval. High levels of bad loans, a legacy of the financial crisis, are curbing … Read more Italian banks hold nearly a third of euro zone’s bad loans: ECB

Report: Nearly 90 percent of smartphones worldwide run Android

Android just reached a new milestone in its worldwide dominance over iOS. According to new research from Strategy Analytics, 87.5 percent of smartphones in the world are now running Android. Shipments hit a total of 328.6 million for 3rd quarter of 2016, which is up 10.3 percent up year-on-year. While Android had always been hanging … Read more Report: Nearly 90 percent of smartphones worldwide run Android

Homebuilder sentiment jumps to 65 in September, highest level in nearly a year

Americans are making more money, and that is making the nation’s homebuilders feel a lot better about their business. A monthly survey of builder confidence jumped a striking six points in September to the highest level in nearly a year. The National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI) hit 65; anything above … Read more Homebuilder sentiment jumps to 65 in September, highest level in nearly a year

Blue Honor 8 sees high demand in UK, stock nearly depleted

Looks like the blue-colored model of the Huawei Honor 8 is in high demand in the UK, as reports are pouring in that the model is facing severe stock shortages in the country. Other color variants, however, are said to be readily available. There’s currently no information on exactly how long the shortage as well … Read more Blue Honor 8 sees high demand in UK, stock nearly depleted

Survey: nearly half of African-American ladies have skilled hair loss

African-American ladies are liable to hair loss, and new data provided at the american Academy of Dermatology’s 74th Annual assembly in Washington illustrates the scope of this problem, which often goesundiagnosed. positive styling practices may additionally boom the threat of hair loss in this populace;ladies who’re involved about losing their hair must recollect one of … Read more Survey: nearly half of African-American ladies have skilled hair loss