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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, May 28, 2017


In a stunning new development in modern technology, Samsung has unveiled a new digital phone that the user will be able to unlock simply by looking at it.

The Galaxy Note 7 will be equipped with an iris scanner, which has the capacity to match patterns in its user’s eyes with the patterns that were detected by the phone during its initial setup. This new feature presents an alternative to fingerprint ID, which does not produce the proper results when the individual’s fingers are wet. To be sure, the four-digit passcode will still work.

Outside of this unprecedented innovation, though, the updates in the Note 7 are primarily enhancements, such as a more resilient glass screen, rather than anything truly revolutionary. In actual fact

An Israeli start-up has done it again. Playtika, based in Herzliya and one of the world’s biggest online gaming firms, was bought out over the weekend by Chinese firm Giant Interactive, for $4.4 billion. The payment is in cash. The company will remain based in Israel, it said in a press release.

Playtika was established in 2010, and now employs over 1,300 people in nine countries. The company’s most popular game is Slotomania, which mimics real-life slot machines that allow the player to

Susan Macharia, a 39 year old administrative worker in Buena Park, California, received a nasty shock when she was targeted by a credit card collection service. They told her she had to pay off a $10,000 credit card debt allegedly run up in 2003, and that her wages would be garnished if she did not. While it would normally be ridiculously beyond the statute of limitations for an agency to be able to collect a debt 13 years old, also against the law, the company had apparently hunted down a

In 2010, business leader Sam Waksal founded Kadmon Holdings LLC, a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing innovative medicines for serious unmet medical needs. While the new venture seemed promising, Wall Street investors had qualms about connecting with a high-profile executive who had served five years in federal prison for insider trading and other crimes.

But, according to the Wall Street Journal, Kadmon’s just-unveiled initial public offering may well make prominent investors

The United States can join a landmark case on the legality of cross-border data transfers, an Irish court ruled on Tuesday in a move that gives U.S. authorities a platform to defend their surveillance laws before the European Union's top court.

The U.S. authorities had asked the Irish High Court to be a party to the case taken by Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems  against Facebook, which has its European headquarters in Dublin, over data transfers from the EU to the United States.