One might conclude, therefore, that Siri believes gamers are prostitutes. Or that gamer lounges are all covers for prostitution rackets. Or that someone at Apple is enjoying a little amusement at prostitute-seekers' expense. Apple, sadly, didn't offer me a reply to my inquiry as to why its artificial intelligence was turning this trick. Of course, some might wonder why people are so lazy or blasé that they choose to ask Siri to find their carnal joys. Is there no more decorous way to achieve the aim?.
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The Samsung Galaxy S8's color scheme?. A follow-up tweet purportedly reveals the European pricing for the handsets as well as the Gear VR headset, Gear 360 camera and the DeX docking station. Blass' tweet indicates the S8 will cost €799 (converted roughly to $860, £690 and AU$1,120), while the alleged S8 Plus model will run €899 (roughly $965, £780 and AU$1,250). Samsung did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Alleged images of the handset have been leaking at about the same rate the rumor mill has been spinning. The Galaxy S8 is rumored to have a dual-curved display, ultra-high def 4K resolution, a revamped home button and some sort of facial recognition or iris scanning.
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Keep charging phones away from bathrooms. As the Daily Mail reports, when police arrived at the scene they found an extension cord leading into the bathroom from the hallway. "We found an iPhone plugged into the extension cable and then the charger element in the bath," PC Craig Pattinson told an inquiry into Bull's death. He added: "The extension cable was on the floor and it appeared as though he had his phone charger on his chest and the part between the phone charger and the cable had made contact with the water."The inquest concluded that 32-year-old Bull's death was caused accidental electrocution. However, the coroner, a public official who investigates suspicious, sudden or violent deaths, said he was extremely concerned that people didn't realize that phones were as dangerous near water as, say, hairdryers.