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'Mortal Engines', however, is not faring so well. Plus: details on Netflix's 'Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance' and Apple's 'Peanuts' project.

Wired

'Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' Rules the Box Office

T-Mobile is now supporting eSIMs on Apple’s latest iPhones, letting them use two different phone numbers on one device, which is ideal for traveling abroad or balancing work and personal numbers. You’ll have to install a new T-Mobile app in order to use the carrier on the eSIM inside the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and iPhone XR. Once you’re set up, you can select from one of three a

The Verge

T-Mobile now supports eSIM for iOS

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 390 points, or 1.62%, and was on track to close at its lowest level since April. Traders were positioning themselves ahead of the Fed's two-day meeting, which begins on Tuesday and is expected to produce the fourth rate hike this year and ninth since the financial crisis.  Watch the major US indexes trade in real time here. US equity markets

Business Insider

Dow dumps 350 points, on track for lowest close since April

Each year, hundreds of middle school students compete in the national Broadcom MASTERS competition. This year's winner, 13-year-old Georgia Hutchinson, invented a solar energy system that can figure out the sun's location at any time.  Hutchinson received $25,000 for her device and is currently working on patenting the invention. She told Business Insider she hopes the invention wi

Business Insider

A 13-year-old won $25,000 for a solar panel invention that can locate the sun at any time

CryptoNinjas Acuant, a global provider of identity verification solutions, today announced a partnership with XIXOIO, a fintech start-up located in Prague, Czech Republic. XIXOIO is developing a unique blockchain solution and complete infrastructure for banks, companies, and... Acuant chosen by XIXOIO as identity verification provider for tokenization ecosystem

CryptoNinjas

Acuant chosen by XIXOIO as identity verification provider for tokenization ecosystem

A recently discovered piece of malware has a unique way of communicating with its creator—through an internet meme posted on Twitter. The mysterious hacker has been using the "What if I told you" meme to secretly tell a Windows-based strain of malware when to grab screenshots from infected PCs, according to security firm Trend Micro. SEE ALSO: Why every super paranoid internet user

Mashable

Hacker uses internet meme to send hidden commands to malware

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Aestheticians and facialists frequently rely on facial steaming to remove toxins from the skin. At-home facial steamers like the $30 ECVISION Nano Ionic Warm Mist Facial Steamer I bought from Amazon make it easy to util

Business Insider

I started using a $30 facial streamer to clear my pores and my whiteheads are completely gone

It's more than just a program—it's perhaps the most transformative software Hollywood has ever seen.

Wired

Pixar's Renderman CGI Software Celebrates Its 30th Birthday

A Bitcoin millionaire and cryptocurrency loud mouth was arrested in Hong Kong over the weekend for causing mass hysteria after an airdrop of several HK $100 bills from an apartment rooftop. Hong Kong Style ‘Air Drop’ On Saturday (December 15, 2018), Wong Ching-kit; a cryptocurrency promoter caused a stir when he tossed several HK$100 from an apartment rooftop in Hong Kong. Accordi

BITCOINIST

Crypto Millionaire Literally ‘Airdrops’ $100 Bills From Rooftop in Hong Kong

If you are dreaming about starting your own business, I say go for it -- but do it wisely!

Entrepreneur

Why You Should Start a Business Only While You Have a Job

Providence St. Joseph Health, a health system based on the West Coast with 51 hospitals, just hired a Microsoft executive to be its chief information officer. B.J. Moore joins Providence after 25 years at Microsoft, most recently working on the company's cloud and artificial intelligence offerings. Moore start on January 28. A top goal: simplify and modernize the health system's te

Business Insider

The $23 billion hospital in Amazon's back yard just hired a new chief information officer from Microsoft

Google has halted a data collection project in China and struck a major blow to the controversial Dragonfly project, according to a new report from The Intercept. According to the report, Google is still researching Chinese web searches in an effort to launch a search engine that complies with the country’s censorship regime, although an official launch seems to have been indefinit

The Verge

Google halted Chinese data collection program after Dragonfly backlash

Fallout 76 isn't exactly Bethesda's most well-received RPG. Even if you've found enjoyment with the game, it's clear that many players have become frustrated with its buggy nature, and its general lack of polish.

TechSpot

Fallout 76 might be getting loot boxes

Enlarge (credit: 23AndMe on Flickr) If the TV ads are at all effective, plenty of people will be getting the gift of their genetic tests this Christmas. These tests frequently allow people to explore their inherited tendencies toward health problems and, in some cases, may suggest lifestyle changes to ward off future problems—although studies have indicated that few people do. Ho

Ars Technica

Genetic information as self-fulfilling prophecy

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