Gold prices have retreated from their multi-year highs despite the signs of an upcoming wave of global monetary easing amid strong GDP growth in some of the world's largest markets.
The Israeli prime minister has successfully won four terms in elections, despite several scandals that haunted him ahead of the votes. The last general election hasn't brought him a fifth term, but so far he remains the interim head of the government and has still a chance to win in the September 2019 elections.
Friday’s seizure of a British-flagged tanker off Iran's coast came two weeks after the Royal Navy detained an Iranian vessel near its Mediterranean peninsular exclave Gibraltar, further deteriorating already-poor relations between London and Tehran.
The app is based on a neural network that "removes" clothing from images of women and does not work with men. The machine-learning algorithms has been trained thousands of women’s photos to learn to swap their clothes for private parts.
Israel-based NSO Group became the focus of public attention this spring, when the media reported that its software products are being used to hack WhatsApp messenger, as well as spy on the owners of Android and iOS smartphones.
At Murtala Muhammed Airport in Lagos, Nigeria, an unidentified man climbed onto the wing of an Azman Air passenger airliner as it was preparing to take off. Pilots noticed the unwelcome wingman while taxiing on the tarmac and shut down the engine; the man was arrested.
Hackers posted incoherent tweets linked to a surprisingly well-written but phony press release, as they called for the release of the 18-year old singer.
According to a sex doll collector Brick Dollbanger (pseudonym) - who helps popular manufacturers like the Realbotix and the Abyss test their products - next-generation synthetic models will be “indistinguishable from humans.”