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rajkummar rao puts on 11 kgs to play subhash chandra bose


rajkummar rao puts on 11 kgs to play subhash chandra boserajkummar rao has put on 11 kgs to play subhash chandra bose in hansal mehta’s series. here’s what rajkummar told mirror, “for all my previous films — city lights, aligarh and of course trapped— i’ve been asked to lose weight. so i was delighted when i was asked to gain weight. i have been binging on pizzas, bengali sweets and junk food for the last one month and a half and will continue this routine till august. i stopped working out two months ago.”  the makers wanted to use prosthetics but the actor wasn’t happy with their choice and decided to do it the natural way. ““i decided that i wanted to see the character whenever i looked in a mirror and not rajkummar. i even listened to rabindrasangeet on the loop and read bose’s unfinis






mom who shared son's hospital bill speaks out on gop health bill


a tweet from a new jersey mom put a very young face on the fight over the senate health care bill. ali chandra shared this photo of a $231,000 medical bill for her 2-year-old son, ethan, for a 10-day stay. it was re-tweeted more than 57,000 times. chandra was surprised to see how much their story was resonating with others. her goal was simple: put the health care debate into perspective by reminding politicians in washington that their decision affects real people -- children like her son. ethan was born with nine congenital heart defects and his organs in the wrong place. he had his first heart surgery at just six days old. ethan chandra   courtesy of ali chandra  "five surgeries, two heart catheterizations, another diagnostic procedure under anesthesia… he doesn't know any other life,"






bose headphones have been spying on customers, lawsuit claims


bose knows what you’re listening to.at least that’s the claim of a proposed class-action lawsuit filed late tuesday in illinois that accuses the high-end audio equipment maker of spying on its users and selling information about their listening habits without permission.the main plaintiff in the case is kyle zak, who bought a $350 pair of wireless bose headphones last month. he registered the headphones, giving the company his name and e-mail address, as well as the headphone serial number. and he download the bose connect app, which the company said would make the headphones more useful by adding functions such as the ability to customize the level of noise cancellation in the headphones.but it turns out the app was also telling bose a lot more about zak than he bargained for.according to






man files lawsuit claiming bose is spying on its customers through their headpho


bose knows what you’re listening to.at least that’s the claim of a class-action lawsuit filed late tuesday in illinois that accuses the high-end audio equipment maker of spying on its users and selling information about their listening habits without permission.the main plaintiff in the case is kyle zak, who bought a $350 pair of wireless bose headphones last month. he registered the headphones, giving the company his name and email address, as well as the headphone serial number. and he download the bose connect app, which the company said would make the headphones more useful by adding functions such as the ability to customize the level of noise cancellation in the headphones.but it turns out the app was also telling bose a lot more about zak than he bargained for.according to the compl






man files lawsuit claiming bose is spying on its customers through their headpho


bose knows what you’re listening to.at least that’s the claim of a class-action lawsuit filed late tuesday in illinois that accuses the high-end audio equipment maker of spying on its users and selling information about their listening habits without permission.the main plaintiff in the case is kyle zak, who bought a $350 pair of wireless bose headphones last month. he registered the headphones, giving the company his name and email address, as well as the headphone serial number. and he download the bose connect app, which the company said would make the headphones more useful by adding functions such as the ability to customize the level of noise cancellation in the headphones.but it turns out the app was also telling bose a lot more about zak than he bargained for.according to the compl






mysterious 'flash of x-rays' detected by space telescope | video


a region of sky that the chandra x-ray observatory has scanned many times briefly erupted with bright x-ray flashes over the course of a few hours. it faded “dramatically in about a day,” according to the chandra team.






bose faces lawsuit claiming headphone apps collects user data


complaint claims bose shares information with third parties without user permission.        






mysterious 'flash of x-rays' detected by space telescope


by steve spaleta | march 30, 2017 02:39pm et a region of sky that the chandra x-ray observatory has scanned many times briefly erupted with bright x-ray flashes over the course of a few hours. it faded “dramatically in about a day,” according to the chandra team. credit : nasa/cxc/a. hobart






bose headphones spy on listeners: lawsuit


bose corp spies on its wireless headphone customers by using an app that tracks the music, podcasts and other audio they listen to, and violates their privacy rights by selling the information without permission, a lawsuit charged.the complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak in federal court in chicago seeks an injunction to stop bose’s “wholesale disregard” for the privacy of customers who download its free bose connect app from apple inc or google play stores to their smartphones.“people should be uncomfortable with it,” christopher dore, a lawyer representing zak, said in an interview. “people put headphones on their head because they think it’s private, but they can be giving out information they don’t want to share.”bose did not respond on wednesday to requests for comment on the propos






mom who shared son's hospital bill speaks out on gop health bill


a tweet from a new jersey mom put a very young face on the fight over the senate health care bill. ali chandra shared this photo of a $231,000 medical bill for her 2-year-old son, ethan, for a 10-day stay. it was re-tweeted more than 57,000 times. chandra was surprised to see how much their story was resonating with others. her goal was simple: put the health care debate into perspective by reminding politicians in washington that their decision affects real people -- children like her son. ethan was born with nine congenital heart defects and his organs in the wrong place. he had his first heart surgery at just six days old. "five surgeries, two heart catheterizations, another diagnostic procedure under anesthesia… he doesn't know any other life," chandra said."did you ever ask yourself,






these bose headphones are the lowest price they’ve ever been on amazon


you can get the signature comfort of bose headphones at a rare, low price.        






peculiar x-ray burst has astronomers stumped


astronomers spotted a peculiar burst of bright x-rays in a distant area of the universe, and they’re not quite sure where it came from. nasa’s chandra x-ray observatory detected the outburst, called cdf-s xt1, in a region known as the chandra deep field south in october 2014. images from the telescope showed that the flash of x-rays became 1,000 times brighter over a few hours before fading dramatically in about a day, according to a statement from the chandra x-ray observatory. “ever since discovering this source, we’ve been struggling to understand its origin,” franz bauer, a researcher at the pontifical catholic university of chile in santiago, said in the statement. “it’s like we have a jigsaw puzzle but we don’t have all of the pieces.” bauer is the first author on a new study probing






doppler labs lawsuit claims bose stole technology from its here one earphones


why it matters to you plenty of other companies have come out with similar headphones to the here one recently, and if bose loses the lawsuit, this could be bad news for the firm.doppler labs’ here one earphones allow you to listen to music while choosing how much of the world around you that you hear, even going to far as to make distant sounds easier to hear. bose’s hearphones, released late last year, offer a very similar set of features. in a lawsuit filed in bose’s home state of massachusetts, doppler labs is alleging that this is more than a coincidence.the filing alleges that bose made attempts to gain early access to doppler’s here active listening system and here one headphones, with the complaint specifically fingering bose executive chris miller. on june 2, 2016, miller allegedl






bose unveils soundlink revolve, revolve+ bluetooth speakers


why it matters to you if bose's latest bluetooth speakers back up the company's claims, they could force others in the industry to re-examine their 360-degree sound solutions.bose’s bluetooth speakers are known for packing surprising amounts of volume into relatively small packages, but the company isn’t content to rest on its laurels. on thursday, bose announced its new soundlink revolve and soundlink revolve+, both of which use a cylindrical design to deliver 360-degree sound.“when soundlink first hit the market, it took the industry by storm,” director of products for bose wireless speakers glenn gomes-casseres said in a statement. “we didn’t want to make small improvements to the audio that made it famous. we wanted the difference to be so dramatic, that it would take just one song to






boy's hospital bill goes viral amid health care debate


a new jersey mom says she posted her 3-year-old son's heart surgery bill online to show how potential changes in the health care law could drastically increase out-of-pocket costs for those with life-threatening conditions.ethan chandra ali chandra via twitter ali chandra's son, ethan, was born with a congenital heart defect known as heterotaxy. he's already had multiple surgeries which have been covered by health insurance.chandra is concerned that the existing ban on lifetime benefits caps — meaning insurers can stop paying expenses once medical bills reach a specified limit — may be eliminated as part of the ongoing health care law overhaul."a lifetime cap on benefits is the same as saying, 'sorry, you're not worth keeping alive anymore. you're just too expensive," she wrote in a twitte






bose accused of tracking and sharing customer listening data: report


a class-action lawsuit has been filed against bose for allegedly "secretly" tracking the listening habits of its customers through its headphone and speaker companion app connect.the lawsuit, first reported by fortune, claims bose not only collects its customers' private music and audio selections through its android and ios application bose connect, but also transmits and discloses them to third parties, including san francisco-based data mining company segment. what's hot on zdnetthe complaint acknowledges that customer data can be valuable to bose, but selling it to third parties represents a "wholesale disregard for consumer privacy rights" and violates several laws including the federal wiretap act and several illinois state privacy laws. "indeed, one's personal audio selections -- in






lawsuit alleges bose's headphone app exfiltrates your listening habits to creepy


bose's $350 wireless headphones need an app to "get the most" out of them, and this app monitors everything you listen to -- the names of the podcasts, the music, videos, etc -- and sends them to bose without your permission, according to a lawsuit filed this week in chicago by kyle zak. report this ad but the illinois resident said he was surprised to learn that bose sent "all available media information" from his smartphone to third parties such as segment.io, whose website promises to collect customer data and "send it anywhere." audio choices offer "an incredible amount of insight" into customers' personalities, behavior, politics and religious views, citing as an example that a person who listens to muslim prayers might "very likely" be a muslim, the complaint said. "defendants' condu






lawsuit claims bose illegally collected customers' data


why it matters to you you might be surprised to find out just how much your listening habits can reveal about you.bose’s qc35 are one of the most popular options for wireless noise-canceling headphones, but a new lawsuit warns that buyers may not know what they’re signing up for when they use them. a complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak claims that bose not only tracks the listening habits of users of the headphones, but sells that information without permission, reuters reports.“people should be uncomfortable with it,” lawyer christopher dore, who is representing zak in the case, said in an interview with reuters. “people put headphones on their head because they think it’s private, but they can be giving out information they don’t want to share.”after buying the qc35 headphones — which






kabir khan ends speculations about his next


kabir khan ends speculations about his nextwhile speculations were rife that kabir khan has zeroed in on hrithik roshan and katrina kaif in his next, an action romance, the filmmaker recently in an interview asserted that he had no such plans as of now. “katrina is one of my closest friends. i keep chatting with her about several things. hrithik is also somebody with whom i chat a lot. but nothing is concrete till it’s finalised. so yes i have spoken to hrithik and katrina but there is no project as such which is being reported about. that’s completely false,” he said.after wrapping up the salman khan starrer tubelight, the filmmaker is busy bring to life his mini-series on the subhash chandra bose’s indian national army, called the forgotten army.






peculiar x-ray burst has astronomers stumped


astronomers spotted a peculiar burst of bright x-rays in a distant area of the universe, and they're not quite sure where it came from.  nasa's chandra x-ray observatory detected the outburst, called cdf-s xt1, in a region known as the chandra deep field south in october 2014. images from the telescope showed that the flash of x-rays became 1,000 times brighter over a few hours before fading dramatically in about a day, according to a statement from the chandra x-ray observatory.  "ever since discovering this source, we've been struggling to understand its origin," franz bauer, a researcher at the pontifical catholic university of chile in santiago, said in the statement. "it's like we have a jigsaw puzzle but we don't have all of the pieces." bauer is the first author on a new study probi






10% off bose soundsport pulse wireless headphones with heartrate monitor - deal


take your workout to the next level with bose soundsport pulse wireless headphones. a built-in heart rate sensor makes it easy to track your performance without missing a beat of your music. the sensor measures your heart rate directly from your ear, delivering a highly accurate reading without interfering with your workout. and while you’re on the move, soundsport pulse wireless headphones stay secure. the stayhear+ pulse tips are designed for stability even during intense workouts. connect to your device easily with bluetooth and nfc pairing. the bose soundsport pulse headphones average 4 out of 5 stars from over 1,900 people on amazon (read recent reviews here), where their typical list price of $199 has been reduced to $179. see this deal on amazon.this story, "10% off bose soundsport






doppler labs suit claims bose backed kickstarter and took meetings to get access


doppler labs got a strange sense of déjà vu when bose announced the limited release of its hearing-assisting hearphones late last year. the technology, the look, even the name hit a little too close for home for the headphone startup, so it filed suit earlier this month in massachusetts, bose’s home state.in a 16 page filing, doppler accuses the audio giant of “unfair and deceptive business practices,” citing a laundry list of complaints centering around the startup’s similarly named “here buds.” doppler believes bose incorporated a modified version of its well-received sound-isolating technology for the hearphones.it also believes that the company went to some great lengths to acquire early access to the tech, with bose exec chris miller becoming one of company’s earliest backers on kicks






amped wireless range extender - send wi-fi to your home's weak spots / boing boi


when i wrote about the haunted mansion loot crates (“ghost post”) last march, what i couldn’t say was that i was a writer on the project, penning the radio scripts, newspapers, letters, and associated gubbins and scraps that went along with the three boxes of custom-made props and merch, tying them together into a series […]according to a lawsuit filed tuesday in chigago, bose uses software to track the music and other audio listened to on its wireless headphones, violating the privacy of its users and selling the information. the complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak in federal court in chicago seeks an injunction to stop bose’s “wholesale disregard” […]bose’s $350 wireless headphones need an app to “get the most” out of them, and this app monitors everything you listen to — the names of






lawsuit claims bose is selling data collected by its connect audio app


building the future in building 8they’re working overtime at “building 8,” facebook’s skunkworks where they’re working on myriad new ways to get you to use facebook, of course. one idea is a “brain-computer interface,” a technology that would let you type and post to facebook just by thinking about it. users would wear a cap or headband of some sort to link with the tech, so no scary implants won’t be needed. at least, not yet. really, they’re actually working hard on this.building 8’s efforts are headed up by regina dugan, who previously worked on a.i. projects at google and also headed up darpa, one of the military’s top tech development programs. she says they’ve been working on the tech for six months now and that they’re going to give it a go for the next two years before reassessing






amped wireless range extender - send wi-fi to your home's weak spots / boing boi


when i wrote about the haunted mansion loot crates (“ghost post”) last march, what i couldn’t say was that i was a writer on the project, penning the radio scripts, newspapers, letters, and associated gubbins and scraps that went along with the three boxes of custom-made props and merch, tying them together into a series […]according to a lawsuit filed tuesday in chigago, bose uses software to track the music and other audio listened to on its wireless headphones, violating the privacy of its users and selling the information. the complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak in federal court in chicago seeks an injunction to stop bose’s “wholesale disregard” […]bose’s $350 wireless headphones need an app to “get the most” out of them, and this app monitors everything you listen to — the names of






amped wireless range extender - send wi-fi to your home's weak spots / boing boi


when i wrote about the haunted mansion loot crates (“ghost post”) last march, what i couldn’t say was that i was a writer on the project, penning the radio scripts, newspapers, letters, and associated gubbins and scraps that went along with the three boxes of custom-made props and merch, tying them together into a series […]according to a lawsuit filed tuesday in chigago, bose uses software to track the music and other audio listened to on its wireless headphones, violating the privacy of its users and selling the information. the complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak in federal court in chicago seeks an injunction to stop bose’s “wholesale disregard” […]bose’s $350 wireless headphones need an app to “get the most” out of them, and this app monitors everything you listen to — the names of






amped wireless range extender - send wi-fi to your home's weak spots / boing boi


when i wrote about the haunted mansion loot crates (“ghost post”) last march, what i couldn’t say was that i was the writer on the project, penning the radio scripts, newspapers, letters, and associated gubbins and scraps that went along with the three boxes of custom-made props and merch, tying them together into a series […]according to a lawsuit filed tuesday in chigago, bose uses software to track the music and other audio listened to on its wireless headphones, violating the privacy of its users and selling the information. the complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak in federal court in chicago seeks an injunction to stop bose’s “wholesale disregard” […]bose’s $350 wireless headphones need an app to “get the most” out of them, and this app monitors everything you listen to — the names






amped wireless range extender - send wi-fi to your home's weak spots / boing boi


according to a lawsuit filed tuesday in chigago, bose uses software to track the music and other audio listened to on its wireless headphones, violating the privacy of its users and selling the information. the complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak in federal court in chicago seeks an injunction to stop bose’s “wholesale disregard” […]bose’s $350 wireless headphones need an app to “get the most” out of them, and this app monitors everything you listen to — the names of the podcasts, the music, videos, etc — and sends them to bose without your permission, according to a lawsuit filed this week in chicago by kyle zak.juicero is a self-parodying high-tech juicing machine that raised millions in venture capital on the promise of delivering a highly calibrated squeeze to a pack of mulch sold i






saif ali khan may work with kabir khan and vikramaditya motwane


saif ali khan may work with kabir khan and vikramaditya motwanethe trade buzz suggests that saif ali khan will soon be seen collaborating with vikramaditya motwane. speculations have been rife ever since the director was spotted visiting saif’s residence. apparently, saif has been meeting writers, directors as well as studio heads over creative discussions of late.the actor is keen to work on project rich in content and probably as a producer as well. saif is also reported to have been approached by kabir khan for his web series based on subhash chandra bose’s indian national army. according to sources, saif and kabir share an excellent rapport, and have wanted to work together.he’s presently busy with the release of chef, a remake of the american film with the same title starring jon favr






saif ali khan may wotk with kabir khan and vikramaditya motwane


saif ali khan may wotk with kabir khan and vikramaditya motwanethe trade buzz suggests that saif ali khan will soon be seen collaborating with vikramaditya motwane. speculations have been rife ever since the director was spotted visiting saif’s residence. apparently, saif has been meeting writers, directors as well as studio heads over creative discussions of late.the actor is keen to work on project rich in content and probably as a producer as well. saif is also reported to have been approached by kabir khan for his web series based on subhash chandra bose’s indian national army. according to sources, saif and kabir share an excellent rapport, and have wanted to work together.he’s presently busy with the release of chef, a remake of the american film with the same title starring jon favr






amped wireless range extender - send wi-fi to your home's weak spots / boing boi


according to a lawsuit filed tuesday in chigago, bose uses software to track the music and other audio listened to on its wireless headphones, violating the privacy of its users and selling the information. the complaint filed on tuesday by kyle zak in federal court in chicago seeks an injunction to stop bose’s “wholesale disregard” […]bose’s $350 wireless headphones need an app to “get the most” out of them, and this app monitors everything you listen to — the names of the podcasts, the music, videos, etc — and sends them to bose without your permission, according to a lawsuit filed this week in chicago by kyle zak.juicero is a self-parodying high-tech juicing machine that raised millions in venture capital on the promise of delivering a highly calibrated squeeze to a pack of mulch sold i






white dwarf's pull on red giant triggers thermonuclear blasts (video)


a new video shows the explosive reaction when a dense stellar corpse sucks up material from a pulsating dead star. thevideo, which uses data from nasa's chandra x-ray observatory, shows the give and take (but mostly take) between the dense object, called a white dwarf, and the pulsating red giant star in the far-off r aquarii (r aqr for short) system. the r aqr system is located 710 light-years from earth, and it is known as a symbiotic star because, as with symbiotic relationships in organisms here on earth, the two stars interact. but in the case of r aqr, it's a completely one-sided relationship; only the white dwarf benefits. as the new video from the chandra observatory shows, the white dwarf siphons material from the red giant onto its surface. this happens because white dwarf stars






white dwarf's pull on red giant triggers thermonuclear blasts (video)


a new video shows the explosive reaction when a dense stellar corpse sucks up material from a pulsating dead star. thevideo, which uses data from nasa's chandra x-ray observatory, shows the give and take (but mostly take) between the dense object, called a white dwarf, and the pulsating red giant star in the far-off r aquarii (r aqr for short) system. the r aqr system is located 710 light-years from earth, and it is known as a symbiotic star because, as with symbiotic relationships in organisms here on earth, the two stars interact. but in the case of r aqr, it's a completely one-sided relationship; only the white dwarf benefits. as the new video from the chandra observatory shows, the white dwarf siphons material from the red giant onto its surface. this happens because white dwarf stars






bose: 'we don’t wiretap your communications'


company responds to a lawsuit, saying the app tied to its headphones does not collect and share data.        






¿te espían tus auriculares? demandan a bose por, supuestamente, recopilar datos


bose podría haber estado espiando a los usuarios de sus auriculares a través de una aplicación, y violando después su privacidad vendiendo esta información sin su permiso. por lo menos eso es lo que asegura una demanda colectiva que fue presentada contra la empresa de audio el pasado martes en chicago según fortune.la demanda acusa a la empresa de violar la wiretap act, una ley que regula la recopilación de contenido real en las comunicaciones electrónicas, así como unas cuantas leyes estatales de privacidad. lo habría hecho, siempre según los demandantes, creando y vendiendo perfiles personales de cada usuario con sus historiales de escucha, algo que puede decir mucho de cada persona."de hecho, las selecciones personales de audio -incluida la música, las emisiones de radio, los podcast y






deportation closes another chapter in sensational chandra levy mystery


ingmar guandique, whose murder conviction was overturned in 2015, was sent back to el salvador.        






4 core founding principles that can rejuvenate our country


what is the best way to “make america great again?” by bringing ford’s manufacturing jobs back from mexico? draining the swamp? building a great wall?the ascendance of the strong man presidency under obama and trump promises a grandiose renewal of american power and unity. but these promises have largely fallen flat: either becoming victims of washington gridlock and compromise, or more often, collapsing under the weight of their own unrealistic expectations.at a time when american voters expect the presidency to fix all societal and political ills, the best way to revive american greatness is by returning to our first principles. four main ideas of the american founding merit revival: a proper understanding of human nature, a distrust of energetic government, the necessity of a virtuous c