Russia Blames Its Soldiers’ Mobile Phone Use for Deadly Missile Strike

KYIV (Reuters) – Russia’s defense ministry on Wednesday blamed the illegal use of mobile phones for a deadly Ukrainian missile strike that killed 89 servicemen, raising the reported death toll significantly. Moscow previously said 63 Russian soldiers were killed in the weekend strike. The ministry’s reaction came amid mounting anger among some Russian commentators, who … Read more

7 Microsoft Outlook Features You Should Be Using

As an Outlook user, you’re likely aware of its robust feature set. But just because an application has tons of features, that doesn’t mean they’re all worth your effort. Here are several of the Microsoft Outlook features you should be using. RELATED: 7 Roku Features You Should Be Using Email Scheduling for Effective Time Management … Read more

iPhone 14 Pro On Us, Half Off Apple Watch SE (2nd Gen) with Apple TV+ Included

Our best savings this season start this Thursday at the Un-carrier BELLEVUE, Wash., November 15, 2022–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Un-carrier is decking the halls early with Black Friday deals starting this Thursday, November 17. Today, T-Mobile (NASDAQ: TMUS) announced that new and existing T-Mobile customers can score the new iPhone 14 Pro on Us, the most advanced … Read more

LG’s 2023 OLED TVs are brighter (again) and make webOS smarter

Last year, LG cranked the brightness on its G2 and C2 series TVs up to new highs, bringing a meaningful improvement to the company’s already-fantastic OLED lineup. These TVs are considered by some to be the best on the market dollar for dollar thanks to their perfect black levels, incredible contrast, and top-notch gaming capabilities. … Read more

Does your teen check their social media every hour? It could impact their brain, study finds

CNN — Frequent use of social media could be reshaping how adolescents’ brains develop, a new study found. Those who checked their platforms more often were more likely to be sensitive to general social rewards and punishments, according to the study published Tuesday. “For youth who habitually check their social media, the brain is changing … Read more