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Google and Viacom win appeal in lawsuit over children’s privacy

Google and Viacom win appeal in lawsuit over children's privacy

In a new setback for computer users, Google and Viacom prevailed in a lawsuit over children’s Web privacy, though Viacom will still face one charge tied to the case. The two companies won on appeal of a class action suit that had charged them with illegally tracking children under 13 who visited Nickelodeon’s website. The three-judge panel on the Third ... Read More »

2016 BMW 3 Series welcomes the 340i (Review)

BMW Stays In Control With the 2016 BMW 340i (Review - Video)

Messing with an icon can be trouble, something BMW found when it launched the sixth-gen 3 Series in 2012, and something it aims to redress with the 2016 340i. The car that had long been the sport sedan to beat suddenly suffered a crisis of identity: too focused on luxury for those who look to Bavaria for their four-door performance, ... Read More »

Even launches earphones that adjust to your hearing (Video)

Even launches earphones that adjust to your hearing (Video)

The best headphones in the world don’t mean much if the listener’s hearing isn’t up to the task. A great pair of cans could offer clear, balanced sound that highlights every little nuance in a song, but that means very little when pitted against decades of hearing loss. Today, MeQ Inc. launched Even the first earphones tuned to the way ... Read More »

Cabbie appears drunk behind wheel in Surrey “Video”

Cabbie appears drunk behind wheel in Surrey (Video)

A taxi driver has been charged after video surfaced that appeared to show him drunk behind the wheel, but he might not be off the road for long. The situation unraveled last week when three women called a local cab company for a ride. When their taxi arrived, they noticed the driver had drove up the lawn and immediately became ... Read More »

Jeep Renegade Trailhawk 2016 review: Modern Adventure SUV

Jeep Renegade Trailhawk 2016 is convenient crossover, capable crawler (Review)

The first subcompact SUV from Jeep was designed in America but suited to meet customer needs in more than 100 countries. Built in Italy and based on the Fiat 500L, the 2016 Jeep Renegade won’t disappoint Jeep fans. Design In what is absolutely not a coincidence, the Renegade immediately conjures up the Wrangler. Upright grille from the Willys Jeep (references ... Read More »

The 2016 Chevy Cruze proves affordable cars don’t have to be boring (Review)

The 2016 Chevy Cruze proves affordable cars don't have to be boring (Review)

Chevrolet’s second-generation 2016 Cruze compact sedan builds upon the qualities we liked in the original, such as a quiet ride, while adding a refined turbocharged four-cylinder engine for every trim level and greater in-car connectivity. The original Cruze was a sharp-looking compact, and the same can be said for Chevy’s newest small sedan. Taking design cues from both the Volt ... Read More »

Layton 7 game to be announced next month

Layton 7 game to be announced next month

A new mainline Professor Layton game is now in the works, Level-5 announced on a livestream this week. The game is currently unscheduled and without platforms, but it does have a hero — and it’s not the titular professor. The next entry in the Professor Layton series will be a full-fledged game, which fans of the series will be happy ... Read More »

Blackberry loss widens to $670 million

Blackberry loss widens to $670 million

Blackberry posted a profit of $14m excluding one off charges for restructuring costs and a write-down of some of its assets. The smartphone maker’s losses hit $670m in the first quarter compared, to $238m in the previous quarter. Despite the hit, Blackberry shares gained in early trading as it said losses for the whole year would be lower than expected. Read More »

UK Teacher uses apples to demonstrate effects of bullying

UK Teacher uses apples to demonstrate effects of bullying

The two fruits looked the same on the outside – smooth, shiny and red – but there was much more going on beneath the surface than met the eye. Rosie Dutton tours schools teaching children about relaxation and mindfulness. On Tuesday evening, she posted on her Relax Kids Tamworth Facebook page about a lesson she’d taught children about the devastating ... Read More »