How to Conquer Your Fears, With Author Dean Sluyter 

Photo: Raw Pixel (Unsplash) This week, we’re digging into the things you’re terrified of—the concrete stuff like fear of spiders and heights, as well as the more conceptual, existential anxiety we all have about just being alive. First, we interview Dean Sluyter, author of the new book Fear Less: Living Beyond Fear, Anxiety, Anger, and … Read moreHow to Conquer Your Fears, With Author Dean Sluyter 

Lego designer combines Nintendo Labo form with Lego functionality

Although Nintendo’s Labo kits come with pre-cut cardboard and step-by-step instructions showing you how to make every fold, at its core, it’s a platform that leaves room for other interpretations and open-ended possibilities. And if anyone can get the most out of a platform that was made to be tinkered with, it’s a Lego designer. … Read moreLego designer combines Nintendo Labo form with Lego functionality

British cave rescuer sues Elon Musk for calling him a pedophile

The British diving expert, who Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk called a “pedo guy” in a public attack on Twitter, is striking back. Vernon Unsworth filed a lawsuit Monday in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California against Musk for defamation. The lawsuit alleges that between July 15 and August 30, Musk … Read moreBritish cave rescuer sues Elon Musk for calling him a pedophile

Salesforce outlines Financial Services Cloud roadmap, single view of customer test bed

This article originally appeared on ZDNet. Salesforce unveiled updates to its Financial Services Cloud that aims to unify the various silos within financial services companies and provide one holistic view of the customer. Rohit Mahna, senior vice president and general manager of Salesforce’s financial services unit, billed a series of updates as unified financial services. … Read moreSalesforce outlines Financial Services Cloud roadmap, single view of customer test bed

iOS 12 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is out, but should you install it?

This originally appeared on ZDNet. Apple has released iOS 12, the latest major update for its mobile operating system. SEE: iPhone XS/iPhone XS Max/iPhone XR: Here’s everything you need to know While there’s no doubt that iOS 12 is a major release, Apple has taken its foot off the gas pedal with respect to packing … Read moreiOS 12 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is out, but should you install it?

British cave diver sues Elon Musk over ‘pedo guy’ comments

Musk initially called Unsworth a “pedo guy” in a July tweet after the cave diver said the rescue capsule Musk had made was a “PR stunt.” He later apologized saying his words “were spoken in anger” and Unsworth’s actions didn’t justify those he made in response. But then last month, Musk stood by his initial … Read moreBritish cave diver sues Elon Musk over ‘pedo guy’ comments

Self-driving pods are slow, boring, and weird-looking — and that’s a good thing

It’s 2018, and you may be asking yourself, “Where are all the driverless cars?” Well, they’re already here, driving at extremely low speeds in tightly geofenced areas in over a dozen cities, in what is probably the most low-key, unassuming start to a global paradigm shift that we’ve ever seen. We can all be forgiven … Read moreSelf-driving pods are slow, boring, and weird-looking — and that’s a good thing