Tag Archives: track

Jeb Bush, Hillary Clinton slam Trump’s plan to track Muslims

Mic Smith/AP Jeb Bush called Donald Trump’s comments on tracking Muslims and closing mosques in America “just wrong,” blaming the GOP front-runner for “manipulating people’s angst and their fears.” WASHINGTON — Presidential candidates from Hillary Clinton to Jeb Bush blasted Donald Trump on Friday after the real estate mogul said he “would certainly implement” a database to track Muslims in ...

Read More »

A guide to Ryan Hemsworth’s free track download project, Secret Songs

In May of last year, just as the summer was starting to heat up, a new song landed on SoundCloud. It was called “You’re Cute,” by someone named Tennyson. It sounded like an underwater music box; all fairy beats and jelly-soaked percussion. Underneath the track was a note from Tennyson describing what the song was about (“missing her, cold beaches, ...

Read More »

To Combat Fraud, Visa Wants to Track Your Smartphone

Filed under: Identity Theft, Personal Finance, Credit Cards, Ripoffs & Scams, Financial Education Patrick Semansky/AP By KEN SWEET NEW YORK — Those days of calling your bank to let them know that, yes, you really are in Thailand, and yes, you really did use your credit card to buy $ 200 in sarongs, may be coming to an end. The ...

Read More »

Fitbit app lets you track activity with just your iPhone 5s, no Fitbit device required

Fitbit updated its iOS app today, bringing, perhaps most significantly, the ability to track “basic” activity on an iPhone 5s, without the company’s proprietary wearable. Using Apple’s motion-sensing M7 chip, the app’ll track your steps, distance and … Engadget RSS Feed

Read More »

The Martini Hourglasses keep track of drinking time

An hourglass in a martini glass doesn’t mean you should rush things. Drinking games are kind of silly. Drinking with games however, is great. (Well, depending on what game one might be playing, that is.) But every game, great or not, depends on a set of rules, quite often game pieces, and something to dictate how they are used. It ...

Read More »