5 Questions About a Passwordless World in Healthcare

Are you ready for a world without passwords? Earlier this year, tech giants Google, Apple and Microsoft announced efforts to support passwordless sign-in standards set by the FIDO Alliance and the World Wide Web Consortium. For organizations intrigued by this future, consider these five questions about passwordless workflows: 1. Why is Password-Only Authentication a Security … Read more

Jeanette MacDonald And Nelson Eddy Were Lovers

Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy were lovers onscreen and off but their real-life romance ended in heartbreak. Jeanette Anna MacDonald was born on June 18, 1903 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She was the youngest of three daughters. At the age of sixteen she moved to New York City to study music. The talented soprano began her career … Read more

Oracle Bribed Officials In India, Two Other Countries; Settles Charges

Oracle Corp.’s subsidiaries created and used slush funds to bribe officials in India, Turkey and the U.A.E. in return for business between 2016 and 2019, according to the U.S. market regulator. The technology giant has settled the charges. Oracle will have to pay more than $23 million to resolve charges stemming from the conduct that … Read more

Senator Proposes Changes to Illinois’ SAFE-T Act Amid ‘Purge’ Rumors – NBC Chicago

A Democratic state senator has filed legislation that would involve changes to Illinois’ SAFE-T act, which has been at the center of criticism and social media misinformation in the months before it takes effect, with some even likening it to the horror film “The Purge.” Democratic Sen. Scott Bennett said he introduced Senate Bill 4228 … Read more

Canucks’ Ilya Mikheyev week-to-week with lower-body injury

Vancouver Canucks right winger Ilya Mikheyev has a lower-body injury and is week-to-week, the team announced Tuesday. .acf-block-preview .instagram-twitter-container { width: 340px; margin: 0 auto; } Mikheyev was hit awkwardly into the boards in the first pre-season game against the Calgary Flames, and did not return to the game. The team will be without two … Read more

Two years after Apple Silicon, Intel still wants Apple to buy chips

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. Intel is insistent that it can get Apple to become its customer once again, with an executive saying it can win back Apple … Read more

Oscar-Winner Alex Gibney Defends Canceled Doc ‘Jihad Rehab’

Alex Gibney might be the second biggest name in documentary films. Michael Moore, for better and worse, holds top honors here. Gibney’s resume includes “Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room,” “Taxi to the Dark Side,” “We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks” and “Totally Under Control.” His work earns critical kudos, intense press interest … Read more

Jet Airways’ plan to return to skies hits an air pocket

Delay in getting aircraft and engine lease agreements has pushed back Jet Airways’ plans to restart operations by September. The airline, which was acquired by the Jalan Kalrock Consortium through the insolvency process, had received the air operator certificate in May after completing all its “proving flights” – a part of DGCA’s process for the … Read more

Philly mayor Jim Kenney bans guns at playgrounds after shooting death of city worker

Philadelphia’s Democratic mayor imposed a ban on guns at playgrounds and rec centers Tuesday after the death of a city worker, another example of a rising tide of violence in major cities that conservatives blame on lax law enforcement. Mayor Jim Kenney signed an executive order prohibiting firearms at any of the city’s 159 rec … Read more