Rex Orange County has announced a one-off headline UK show. The singer-songwriter will play his biggest show to date at the Hammersmith Apollo. He will head to London on Friday October 5. In 2017 he released his second studio album Apricot Princess, which he took on tour earlier this year. Since then he's been listed on BBC's Sound of 2018 poll, finishing in second behind Sigrid, he has also collaborated with the likes of Tyler, The Creator. This summer he also plays sets at festivals across the globe including Prima Vera Sound, Melt and Reading and Leeds. Find out how to get tickets for his headline Hammersmith Apollo show below. Where can I buy tickets? They'll be available from AXS.com here. When do tickets go on sale? They'll be available on Friday June 1 at 10am. Keep up to date with the latest news in west London via the free getwestlondon app. You can even set it to receive push notifications for all the breaking news in your area Available to download from the … [Read more...] about Rex Orange County to play Hammersmith Apollo show
Friday, May 25, 2018 by: David Williams Tags: app store, apps, Cell Phone Dangers, child safety, children, COPPA, dangerous tech, data breach, data collection, data scandal, Facebook, Google, Google Play, mobile apps, online privacy, online tracking, privacy, smartphone platforms, smartphone use, Smartphones, surveillance, technology (Natural News) In the hands of someone who knows how to use them, smartphones can be some of the most versatile kinds of devices ever created. Indeed, with their many different built-in features, and options for added functionality through downloadable and installable apps, smartphones can be used for a wide variety of uses. With that said, they can be particularly dangerous in the hands of children. As a new study points out, a lot of smartphone apps have the ability to gather certain types of data about their users, particularly children, and use them for suspicious, if not questionable, purposes. This is according to a new study titled, … [Read more...] about Researchers discover more than 3,300 Android apps used to track children improperly
ANTI-VIRUS pioneer John McAfee made millions from cyber-security software – but he later became embroiled in a series of controversies. Here's what you need to know about the McAfee founder and his run-ins with the authorities. Who is John McAfee? John McAfee was born in 1945 on a US Army base in Britain, before being raised in Virginia. After working as a programmer and software designer for several companies, including NASA, he began to develop software to combat viruses. In 1987 he founded McAfee Associates, a computer antivirus company. Eventually Intel bought McAfee and changed the name of the branding - something McAfee expressed pleasure over. In August 2009, the New York Times reported that his personal fortune had fallen to $4million from $100million. He moved to Belize and wanted to find medicinal uses for plants on his land. At the DEF CON conference in LA in August 2014 he warned Americans not to use smartphones - suggesting apps are used to spy on clueless customers … [Read more...] about Who is John McAfee, why is the antivirus software creator ‘fleeing from the SEC’ and did Johnny Depp play him in a movie?
Foul play is suspected in the death of a 16-year-old girl whose body was found along a dirt trail in Florida. In a Daytona Beach News-Journal report, Florida Department of Law Enforcement spokeswoman Angela Starke said Monday that DNA analysis confirmed that remains found April 18 in DeLand belonged to 16-year-old Justis Garrett of Mount Dora. Starke said investigators suspect foul play in the teen's death. The cause of death has not been released. In a WFTV-TV report , Mount Dora Police said Garrett's mother dropped her off at school April 13. The teen was expected to take the bus home from school that day, but she did not return. Top News Pics: China, North Korea Meet Ahead of Trump Summit Ju Peng/Xinhua News Agency via AP Five days later, joggers found the body near a dirt trail about 25 miles away in DeLand. Get the latest from NBC 6 anywhere, anytime Download the App Available for IOS and Android Follow NBC 6 Twitter | Facebook | … [Read more...] about Florida Teen’s Body Found Near Trail; Foul Play Suspected
Many members of what's widely known as the kink community are outraged that Eric Schneiderman, in resigning as New York's attorney general, depicted his alleged violence toward several women as "role-playing and other consensual sexual activity." Aficionados of kinky sex noted that Schneiderman's accusers insisted they had given no consent — which is considered obligatory among most practitioners of kink. The story brought new attention to the world of kink that's often known as BDSM — standing for variations of bondage, dominance, submission and masochism. The practice — though still a taboo topic in some respects — has made incursions into the cultural mainstream in recent years, in part because of the popularity of the "Fifty Shades of Grey" novels and films. However, some of Schneiderman's critics noted that "Fifty Shades" hero Christian Grey meticulously negotiates a contract with Anastasia Steele before she agrees to submit to his demands. Eric … [Read more...] about ‘Kink Community’ Angry at Resigned NY Attorney General Comments Over ‘Role-Playing’