Amazon Big Boss Jeff Bezos Pledges To Give $2 Billion Of His Own Money to Help Pre-Schools and Homeless

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is to launch a $2bn  fund to help homeless families and launch pre-schools in poor communities. The world's richest man made the announcement on Twitter a year after he asked for ideas on how he could use his personal fortune - estimated to be about $163bn  - for charitable efforts. The Bezos Day One Fund will contribute...

The Internet Is The Real World And It’s Pure Evil…

Keeping up a perfect social media image is a difficult task that we all can admit to trying to maintain at least once in our online lifetime. Those filtered vacation pictures on Instagram look great but they don’t show the mountain of debt it took to pay for that wonderful trip to Italy. Scrolling quickly past your distant relatives...

The Takeover: Amazon Becomes Second Company To Hit $1 Trillion Market Value

Amazon reaches the milestone on the back of a 75% leap in its share price this year as years of investment start to pay off. Amazon has become the second company listed in the US to achieve a market value of $1trn . Its stock surged during morning trading on the Nasdaq, reaching the milestone when the price hit $2,050.50...

It’s Football Season And That Means More Guns!

Football games could be a potential soft target for an active assailant. With the back-to-school season comes the return of high school football. These sporting events vary in sizes across the county, but are all equally important due to their potential to be soft targets, or a place that is relatively vulnerable to attack. Due to recent violence on campuses, schools...

Uber Plans To Focus On Scooters and Bikes Over Cars For Short Trips

Chief executive Dara Khosrowshahi says short car journeys in inner cities during rush-hour traffic are "inefficient". Uber is planning to shift its focus from cars to electric bicycles and scooters for shorter journeys, the taxi app's chief executive has revealed. Dara Khosrowshahi said individual modes of transport were better suited to inner-city travel, despite taking revenues away from Uber's drivers. He...

Tekashi 6ix9nine Comes To Silicon Valley and Continues To Rise Above His Controversies

Tekashi 6ix9ine is preparing to headline a huge concert called Last Day of Summer in San Jose, California home to Silicon Valley that starts in less than 24 hours and his name is inescapable in the press. But what’s new? Since rising to fame with his debut single “Gummo” in 2017 and becoming one of the most popular trolls...

Corona Invests $4 Billion In Top Cannabis Company, Is U.S. Recreational Marijuana On The Horizon?

When thinking about the ridiculous amount of revenue that the states who have already legalized recreational and medical marijuana are making, it makes me wonder how long it’s going to take for the U.S. to give into its true capitalist nature and finally make the country weed-approved. According to Forbes, California is raking in $2.75 billion recreational and medical...

Total Recall? Los Angeles Becomes First City To Install Subway Body Scanners

Los Angeles’ subway will become the first mass transit system in the U.S. to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives, officials said Tuesday. The deployment of the portable scanners, which project waves to do full-body screenings of passengers walking through a station without slowing them down, will happen in the coming months, said Alex Wiggins, who...

The Russians Are Coming! Military Spy Software is on Hundreds of Thousands of Home Routers

In May, the Justice Department told Americans to reboot their routers. But there's more to do — and NSA says it's up to device makers and the public. The Russian military is inside hundreds of thousands of routers owned by Americans and others around the world, a top U.S. cybersecurity official said on Friday. The presence of Russian malware on the routers,...

The Art of Fake News: Why So Many People Fall For It

A thought process developed early in life to protect against anxiety is key to falling for fake news, according to psychologists. People fall for fake news stories because of thought processes developed as a child to protect against anxiety in an uncertain world, say psychologists. Psychology can offer people evidence-based strategies to defend against fake news, according to experts at the...