Most smartphones can store a visual history of your travels based on your GPS data, but you can turn it off.
January 20, 2017 By PUI-WING TAM Donald J. Trump’s Inauguration Day is here. Hundreds of thousands of people are congregating in Washington, and millions will watch events unfold on television, online and on mobile devices. Here’s a tech guide of some things to look for. ■ The Verge has a security to-do… Continue reading
Two publishers and the estates of Arthur C. Clarke, Jack Kerouac, Truman Capote and Ernest Hemingway accused Fredrik Colting of copyright infringement.
January 20, 2017 The Saturday Profile By STEVEN ERLANGER and KIMIKO de FREYTAS-TAMURA BRISTOL, England — Arron Banks, now 50 and very rich, is an engaging, self-styled “bad boy” who got his start by secretly removing and selling lead from his school’s roof and hawking insurance online to motorcyclists. He is also… Continue reading
A fanciful bedtime story that he told his daughters will finally be finished and released, more than a century after he wrote it.
By ALAN FEUER and WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM January 20, 2017 Hours after arriving by plane from Mexico, Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug lord known as El Chapo, was expected to appear in Federal District Court in Brooklyn on Friday to face charges of overseeing a narcotics empire that ran for decades, spanned much of North America and… Continue reading
Separate the personal from the professional if colleagues rub you the wrong way, but let the boss know if they’re not doing their job.
The outgoing secretary of defense says providing a clear sense of direction is especially important in the national security area.
By ELISABETTA POVOLEDO January 20, 2017 ROME — Rescue workers in central Italy found six survivors on Friday at the site of an isolated hotel that was destroyed by an avalanche, officials said, although at least 20 others are missing. The first contact with the survivors came around 11 a.m. local time, more than… Continue reading
January 20, 2017 Your Money By RON LIEBER Whether or not you believe the allegations, the jaw-dropping dossier of sins that the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau accuses the nation’s largest student loan servicer of committing is useful for two crucial reasons. First, it’s a reminder of just how much can go wrong… Continue reading