"My friends and I watched a guy climb up one of the bridges across the Danube while his friend laughed and snapped pics the whole time," said group member Allie Lindo, describing the risk-taking behavior she witnessed on a trip to Budapest. "The next day, I watched a woman lean over the railing on the rooftop of the Basilica to grab the perfect Budapest selfie. I was fully expecting to see this woman fall." Samsung's press conference made no mention of the anticipated Galaxy Home speaker, powered by Bixby. However, Bixby is live and working in Samsung's current line of mobile devices, watches, Family Hub fridges and Samsung Smart TVs. We'll be keeping up with all things smart kitchen throughout the show, so stay tuned for updates.
Ant-Man and the Wasp are looking to lighten things up in the Marvel universe. SUVs aren't the only reason these two cars are dying off. BMW has a brand-new 8 Series coming out, which effectively replaces the 6 Series. While the 8 might not have a hatchback-like Gran Turismo variant (consider an X7 if that's what you're after), there will be an 8 Series Gran Coupe, with a longer body making way for two extra doors and a host of extra rear-seat space. It's not on sale yet, but patience is a virtue.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
In 2014, the N.F.L.’s first openly gay player, Michael Sam, was drafted by the St. Louis Rams — now the Los Angeles Rams — in the seventh round. Sam’s path to the N.F.L. was widely chronicled at the time. Turning AppleCare into a subscription is one of Apple's latest moves to expand its services. On Tuesday the company also announced a Sept. 19 launch for its .99 per month Apple Arcade game service and a Nov. 1 launch for its .99 TV Plus streaming video service.
Most of the casualties were on the third and fourth floors, said Atul Garg, a Delhi fire official. The documentary also focuses on the making of the film's memorable chestburster scene, which is still one of the most graphic, haunting scenes in sci-fi horror history.Delivered in 2-3 bussiness days
Log InNewsworthy too is the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s first-ever art commission for its Fifth Ave. facade niches: sculptures by the Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu. Ms. Mutu has sculptures in the current Whitney Biennial: sinuous mash-ups of materials (earth, wood, stone, bone), forms (human, animal, botanical), and cultures (non-Western, Western, mythical). Comparable images installed on the Met’s classicizing, foursquare facade would send a provocative message about the encyclopedic collection within, one suggesting that hybridity, not purity — change, not fixity — is what art is about and has always been (Sept. 9-Jan. 12). A walkie-talkie feature could have allowed nearby iPhone owners to send messages without cell coverage.