Week Archive

Jonathan Adler at Barneys Chelsea Passage, a Favorite Danish Brand comes to New York, One Kings Lane Announces Store, and More News This Week

Between collection launches, architecture announcements, museum openings, and more, it’s hard to keep on top of all the news in the design world. Enter the Weekly Roundup,AD PRO’s regular callout of developing, overheard, and confirmed news that’s worth noting. Consider it our way of keeping

SECURITY NEWS THIS WEEK: CALIFORNIA CHARGES OWNERS OF MUGSHOTS.COM WITH EXTORTION

AS IS OFTEN the case, it was a week of mixed messages in security, with the White House eliminating its top cybersecurity policy roles at a crucial moment in geopolitics and the evolution of cyberwar. WIRED took a deep look at Robert Mueller’s military service in Vietnam and his first

Gathering Traditional Festival, Bríd Harper – the best trad music this week

With a raft of concerts, céilídhe, sessions and storytelling as well as set dancing, singing and instrument masterclasses, The Gathering boasts an enviable programme. Tonight, Scottish duo, Ali Bain and Phil Cunningham, will share top billing with the drum-tight trio of Máirtín O’Connor, Cathal

Faulty appliances cause 60 UK house fires a week, Which? says

Faulty appliances such as washing machines, tumble dryers and fridge freezers are causing more than 60 house fires a week in the UK – a figure which has stayed “stubbornly high” in recent years – according to a Which? investigation. Government action to remove potentially dangerous

Delayed Viewing Ratings: ‘Grey’s Anatomy,’ ‘Modern Family’ Surge in Week 8

Both ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Modern Family” broke into the top 10 of the Live+7 key demo ratings during week 8 of the 2017-2018 broadcast season, which began on Nov. 13. According to Nielsen data, “Grey’s Anatomy” went from a 1.8 to a 3.3 for

SECURITY NEWS THIS WEEK: FEDS GIVE KASPERSKY SECURITY PRODUCTS THE BOOT

APPLE FINALLY ANNOUNCED the iPhone X this week, complete with a facial recognition system that Apple calls FaceID. Preliminary impressions are that FaceID will be difficult to trick, and should be secure for the average user, but researchers are eager to test its robustness. Consumer facial

Calls to UK’s modern slavery hotline double in a week

The number of calls to the modern slavery hotline has doubled in a week after the National Crime Agency’s report on the “shocking” scale of the problem. The helpline, for people to report suspicions of modern slavery, received 150 calls in seven days this week, up

Texas Senate readies to pass bathroom bill and others by end of week

An early morning start had the Texas Senate on track to pass out all 20 of Gov. Greg Abbott’s priority items by the end of the second week of the session. After a rare midnight session Thursday and a weekend of around the clock committee meetings, Lt.

Stand-alone Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered could go on sale next week

all of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, the remake of the 2007 classic that came bundled with last year’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, may be getting a stand-alone version. A call to Target puts the the current street date for the unannounced title at

Stand-alone Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered could go on sale next week

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare Remastered, the remake of the 2007 classic that came bundled with last year’s Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare, may be getting a stand-alone version. A call to Target puts the the current street date for the unannounced title at