Google Can Tell Exactly Where a Photo Was Taken

Google’s technology can already recognize objects in photos, like animals, plants, food and more. Now, the Mountain View, Calif. firm is developing software that can determine where a photo was taken even if it lacks GPS data, MIT Technology Review reports. Google’s technology, called PlaNet, determines a photo’s location by comparing it to a database…Continue reading “Google Can Tell Exactly Where a Photo Was Taken”

Colorado Man Who Shot Deputies Was Angry Over Foreclosure

(BAILEY) — Martin Wirth spent recent years fuming over police brutality and corrupt mortgage companies, fueled by his own run-ins with the law and a long battle to save from foreclosure his two-story home in the Colorado mountains. That fight came to a violent end Wednesday when the 58-year-old shot three law enforcement officers trying…Continue reading “Colorado Man Who Shot Deputies Was Angry Over Foreclosure”

This Is the Most Shocking Argument in Apple’s Motion Against the FBI

Apple filed a legal motion Feb. 25 rejecting the government’s request to help it access data on a password-protected iPhone used by a deceased terrorism suspect. A federal judge ordered Apple on Feb. 16 to help the Federal Bureau of Investigation bypass the iPhone’s password protections. The company signaled its intent to refuse the judge’s…Continue reading “This Is the Most Shocking Argument in Apple’s Motion Against the FBI”

Man Who Smuggled 38 Turtles in His Pants Banned From Owning Them

A Canadian man who was caught trying to smuggle 38 turtles into the country in 2014 has been banned from owning them for 10 years. Dong Yan of Windsor, Ontario, carried the turtles in plastic bags taped to his legs and tried to enter Canada through the Niagara border crossing, Reuters reported. He was convicted…Continue reading “Man Who Smuggled 38 Turtles in His Pants Banned From Owning Them”