How Mariners rookie Julio Rodríguez found his speed

How Mariners rookie Julio Rodríguez found his speed

In his fourth game as a major leaguer, 21-year-old Julio Rodríguez, the Seattle Mariners’ top prospect coming into the year, noticed the opposition was kind of sleeping on him. Specifically, Minnesota Twins pitcher Dylan Bundy and catcher Gary Sanchez had left him largely unchecked over at first after he walked. Probably they’d seen the scouting … Read more

Over 200 Apps on Play Store Caught Spying on Android Users Using Facestealer

Androids with Password Stealer

More than 200 Android apps masquerading as fitness, photo editing, and puzzle apps have been observed distributing spyware called facestealer to siphon user credentials and other valuable information. “Similar to Joker, another piece of mobile malware, Facestealer changes its code frequently, thus spawning many variants,” Trend Micro analysts Cifer Fang, Ford Quin, and Zhengyu Dong … Read more

Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins was ‘tired of the whole game’ and schedule ahead of his death

The latest: Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins had complained to confidantes about being weary and not being able to tour a full schedule anymore, prior to his death at 50 in March.  He was snapped last year in LA

Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins had complained to confidantes about being weary and not being able to tour a full schedule anymore, prior to his death at 50 in March. Multiple sources spoke to Rolling Stone more than a month after the veteran musician was found dead in a hotel in Colombia March 25, saying … Read more

A Fundamental New Law Unchains Fusion Energy

ITER Fusion Reactor

Illustration of cloud-like ionized plasma in the ITER fusion reactor tokamak. Credit: ITER Physicists at EPFL, within a large European collaboration, have revised one of the fundamental laws that has been foundational to[{” attribute=””>plasma and fusion research for over three decades, even governing the design of megaprojects like ITER. The update demonstrates that we can … Read more

Mind-Altering Parasite May Make Infected People More Attractive, Study Suggestions

Mind-Altering Parasite May Make Infected People More Attractive, Study Suggestions

The brain-hijacking parasite Toxoplasma gondii seems to be almost everywhere. The microscopic invader is thought to infect up to 50 percent of people, and a range of studies suggests it may alter human behavior, in addition to that of many other animals. The parasite has been linked with a wide range of neurological disorders, including … Read more

Wynn sued by DOJ for not registering as agent of China

Wynn sued by DOJ for not registering as agent of China

Lawyers who have represented Wynn did not immediately return a request for comment. Wynn became involved in the scheme after Sun asked former Republican National Committee finance chair Elliott Broidy and others to lobby the administration on the matter around May 2017, the Justice Department claims. Broidy then listed Wynn as well, according to the … Read more