2018-03-21 23:52    2018-03-22 00:06

Netflix to hackers: Bring it on

Netflix wants you to hack it. Well, sort of. The entertainment and streaming company announced Wednesday the launch of a public bug bounty program designed to allow security researchers to responsibly disclose vulnerabilities, and, notably, get paid for doing so. SEE ALSO:

Annoyed residents get back at their HOA in the pettiest way possible

There are a lot of things that Reddit hates: policy changes, tired memes, and most of all, homeowners associations. There have been countless threads on complaining about HOAs, and there's even a whole community dedicated to it called r/fuckHOA. SEE ALSO:

New video shows self-driving Uber before fatally crashing into pedestrian

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Creepy AI scans a driver's face and voice to monitor mood and distraction level

You're being watched.No, not on Facebook, but in your car. Or at least you could be, with a new artificial intelligence system that tracks drivers' emotions, energy, and distraction levels.On Wednesdasy, Affectiva, a MIT Media Lab emotional recognition software startup,

The strongest storm of 2018 is swirling in the Indian Ocean

The year's first Category 5 storm has formed in the Indian Ocean, off the northwest coast of Australia. Cyclone Marcus, which blew through the Australian city of Darwin as the equivalent of a strong tropical storm on March 17,

Don't forget: Instagram is creepy, too

Say it with me: Instagram is bad, too. With Facebook in the news for all the wrong reasons this week, it may be tempting to overlook the social media giant's photo-oriented sibling, Instagram. That would be unwise. Instagram, which you should absolutely never forget is owned by Facebook,

Reddit bans communities under policy changes targeting illegal trades

Reddit is cracking down on community marketplaces. The forth largest site on the web announced that it would ban transactions for illegal sales, including firearms, drugs, fake ID's, and sex on Wednesday.

These actors love playing superheroes

With both Marvel and DC comic book characters taking over the silver screen, it’s no surprise that some actors have played more than one. Here are some actors who've played more than one superhero or villain.   Read more...More about Watercooler, Tv, Film, Movies, and Comics

'Cobra Kai' trailer is here to sweep the leg on your 'Karate Kid' nostalgia

Ralph Macchio and William Zabka are at it again.Both stars from The Karate Kid are back in a new trailer for Cobra Kai, the upcoming YouTube Red series that's poised to make "How do I get YouTube Red?" a trending search term.Much of the trailer focuses on Zabka's Johnny Lawrence,

What is ProtonMail, the service used by Cambridge Analytica to cover its tracks?

If you've been out of the loop of the Facebook/privacy/Cambridge Analytica scandal that has ruled headlines over the past week, there's a small yet incredibly important detail you may have missed. SEE ALSO:

ASOS accidentally printed a typo onto 17,000 bags

Proofreading is importnat.The online retailer ASOS, a website I access once per day to look at the same hat, learned that lesson this week after unwittingly printing 17,000 shipping bags that said "onilne" instead of "online." Onilne: not a word.SEE ALSO:

Survey finds '13 Reasons Why' gets teens talking about tough issues

A research survey commissioned by Netflix from Northwestern University found that the controversial 13 Reasons Why got teenagers talking about topics like mental health, assault, and bullying.The results were shared by Netflix on Wednesday at a panel discussion with Northwestern's Dr.

These giant drones carefully groom wind turbine blades to keep them from freezing

Aerones, a Latvia-based company that specializes in building heavy-lifting drones, created a drone solution for wind turbine maintenance. Using drones to clean or defrost the blades enables maintenance crews to complete these tasks faster and in a much safer way. Read more...

Amazon Music Unlimited is offering two months for free, so get on that

Remember when Amazon Music Unlimited launched a "three months for 99 cents" deal a few months ago? It's happening again, but better.From now until March 25, Amazon is offering two months of ad-free, unlimited skip tunes for free to new subscribers. Not for a dollar,

Did you even realize 'The Thing' was based on a book?

It's time for some good ol' fashioned practical FX goopiness as we look back at John Carpenter's classic The Thing. But John W. Campbell Jr.'s novella Who Goes There? inspire ALL of the 1982 film? With no restraint on SPOILERS it's time to ask, What's the Difference?

Mark Zuckerberg's statement from Facebook is missing one major thing

After nearly a week of silence, Facebook CEO and co-founder Mark Zuckerberg emerged from his underground lair on Wednesday to address the "Cambridge Analytica situation," as Zuck so lovingly described it. The lengthy post details how the events unfolded, dating all the way back to 2007,

Mark Zuckerberg breaks silence on Cambridge Analytica scandal, announces 3 big changes to Facebook

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finally responded to the scandal involving data firm Cambridge Analytica, which has sparked a wave of cries to #DeleteFacebook. SEE ALSO: Facebook was kicked out of Cambridge Analytica's office while trying to 'secure evidence'Zuck's answer:

Trump's HHS removes all mention of lesbian and bisexual women's health from their website

Congratulations, everyone! Lesbian and bisexual health problems are officially over.Or so it would seem, if you believe the Department of Health and Human Services' website. According to the Sunlight Foundation, a government transparency project,

'Action Point' looks like 'Jackass' but with an amusement park

The first trailer for Johnny Knoxville's next movie is here and it looks like classic Jackass-style fun but with a script and a particularly dangerous amusement park.Action Point stars Knoxville as D.C.,an entrepreneur of sorts who created and runs his own amusement park called Action Point.

Here's the trailer for your new favorite summer comedy, 'The Spy Who Dumped Me'

What happens when you get dumped by a C.I.A. operative? All kinds of craziness, according to the trailer for Susanna Fogel's The Spy Who Dumped Me, starring Mila Kunis and Kate McKinnon. Kunis plays Morgan,

This 'gender-free' clothing store has fashion for anyone

'The Phluid Project' is New York's first 'gender-free' clothing store, coffee shop, and community space that is checking gender norms at the door. The space was created as an effort to push the boundaries of what people are comfortable wearing,

There's a house full of creepy statues for sale in Detroit, and we have questions

Sick of sharing a house with roommates but worried about getting lonely? At 450 W Grixdale Ave in Detroit, you'll never be alone. Called the "Lion Gate Estate," the house comes fully furnished with a grand piano, two vintage cars, and an army of creepy statues. SEE ALSO:

Space photos of the spring nor'easter will bring out your inner weather nerd

For most people, a snow day calls to mind visions of blowing snow, hot chocolate, and a day off from school, but weather nerds tend to look at things a little differently. Satellite loops, showing off what a storm's moisture, atmospheric pressure,

Kindergartners should probably always do the weather report

Nashville kindergartner Carden Corts (he already has a perfect anchorman name) produced what might be the best Kindergarten-level project in existence. The assignment was to make a weather forecast video for school, and his father, who works in video production, helped him out. Seriously though,

Read the Obamas' heartwarming letter to the survivors of the Parkland school shooting

While it's been over a month since the deadly mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, both the victims and survivors remain front of mind for many, including Barack and Michelle Obama. 

'Game of Thrones' cosplay photoshoot turned into the cutest proposal

Grab your pens, fanfiction writers, because the most unexpected Game of Thrones ship has taken off.Well to be fair, it's not actually a character pairing, but rather two lucky cosplayers.SEE ALSO:

As blizzards rage, Apple unveils spring-colored Apple Watch bands

Apparently, despite what the blizzards indicate, spring is here. Apple has unveiled a bright lineup of new Apple Watch bands to distract us from the bitter cold.SEE ALSO:

Slack might be making it harder to know if your boss is reading your DMs

Your boss can probably already read your Slack direct messages. And if they can't? Well, Slack appears to be on the verge of making it much easier for them to do so — and possibly harder for you to find out if they are. SEE ALSO:

This dog takes the word 'retriever' to another level

Ever feel like you're not getting enough attention, so you just pick up the first thing you can find?SEE ALSO: Meet the starring doggos from Wes Anderson's 'Isle of Dogs'Twitter user Travis Zander shared a photo thread of his dog Stella and the various objects she has retrieved.My dog, Stella,

I'd love to delete Facebook, but I don't want to give up my Tinder matches

Deleting Facebook wasn't something I'd ever given much thought to. Until this week. Since news broke about Cambridge Analytica's "hijacking" of 50 million Facebook users' data in a bid to influence the U.S. election, deleting Facebook is all I can think about.

'Sea of Thieves' only works if you let the fun take over and fall into a pirate's life

In Sea of Thieves, developer Rare's new first-person pirate simulator for Xbox and Windows, you can get drunk. When you get drunk, playing either of your two musical instruments produces a warbling, out-of-tune melody. Get a whole drunken crew of four together,

Spotify takes a ride with Cadillac's infotainment system

You won't see any "sleep" playlists when you use Cadillac's new Spotify app while driving, but your "pump up" playlist will be ready to rev up your morning commute.

You can finally add hashtags to your Instagram bio

Instagram is following in Twitter's footsteps today. You can finally put hashtags and profile links in your Instagram bio. (Yeah, you couldn't do that before, in case you didn't notice.) Now when you type an @ sign or a hashtag followed by text in your bio,

We played quickfire questions with John Boyega and his answers were A+

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Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis drool their way through a hilarious game of 'Speak Out'

Thank goodness for Kate McKinnon's Aunt Camille. That's who introduced the Saturday Night Live star to "Speak Out" — that horribly unhygienic game that requires you to read phrases out loud while wearing a very awkward mouthpiece. On a visit to The Ellen DeGeneres Show along with Mila Kunis,

Major Siri bug exposes all your hidden messages even if your phone is locked

On iOS 11, Apple introduced a new way to protect user privacy by letting you hide the contents of your notifications on your iPhone's lock screen until you unlock the device with Touch ID or Face ID.

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