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Google brings its Android-based Family Link tool, which helps parents manage children's computer usage, out of beta in US (Sarah Perez/TechCrunch)


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Google brings its Android-based Family Link tool, which helps parents manage children's computer usage, out of beta in US  —  Family Link, Google's parental control software for Android devices, is now exiting its beta testing period and is now generally available to anyone in the U.S. without the need for an invitation.

Hawaii land board grants permit to build divisive telescope

Hawaii's land board on Thursday granted a construction permit for a giant telescope on a mountain that Native Hawaiians consider sacred, a project that has divided the state.

Lions DT: Father lost work over anthem protest

Lions DT: Father lost work over anthem protest

NBA passes rules on lottery reform, resting

NBA passes rules on lottery reform, resting

Doyle retires over 'repeated headaches' caused by heading ball

Republic of Ireland striker Kevin Doyle is forced to retire because of "repeated headaches" caused by heading the ball.

More Than Half of American Workers Can't Sue Their Employer

An anonymous reader shares a report: In the past two years, Google, Facebook, Twitter, Microsoft, and Oracle have faced various high-profile lawsuits related to their employment practices. And while those cases generated headlines, workers in almost every sector sue their bosses over emotional abuse, unpaid wages, and discrimination. The ability to sue over wrongful treatment at work is essential to the balance of bargaining power between employer and employee. Unfortunately, more than half of non-union, privately employed Americans -- some 60 million people -- have signed away this right. They are instead beholden to a process known as arbitration. Signing a mandatory arbitration agreement is theoretically voluntary, but refusing to do so can cost a candidate their job offer. Once signed, the agreement strips the employee of the right to take her employer to court for unfairly low pay, termination because of pregnancy, race-based discrimination, loss of paternity or maternity leave, and much more. According to a study published this week by Alexander Colvin of Cornell, more than half (54%) of private, non-unionized workplaces have mandatory arbitration procedures. For larger companies (over 1,000 workers), that jumps to 65%.

Lawro takes on Foo Fighters guitarist Shiflett

Mark Lawrenson takes on Foo Fighters guitarist Chris Shiflett in the next round of Premier League matches.

FCC Chief to Apple: Enable Radio on iPhones, Save Lives

The U.S. military visited the city of Guaynabo, Puerto Rico, as the area is dealing with massive damage to buildings and homes, as well as electrical and water infrastructure, from Hurricane Maria. Other US agencies like the Coast Guard, FEMA, Red Cross, the Puerto Rican Emergency Management Agency and Puerto Rican police are also making their way through Humacao, Puerto Rico, bringing aid, meals and water with them.

‘Hocus Pocus’ may actually, finally be getting a sequel

[Photos by: easytattoo_uk, pandaffx, markvincenttattoos, chriscabaltattoo/Instagram]

The gothic literary tradition began hundreds of years ago with Horace Walpole’s The Castle Of Otranto in the 18th century. From then on, our fascination with the mysterious and the horrific has taken us from the page to the screen. It’s only natural, then, that the next medium for horror has become the art of tattooing. These fans have shown their obsession with and appreciation for their favorite masters of horror by getting these insanely detailed full sleeves.

Read more: Ink Master: Angels stars talk women in the tattoo industry

10 insane tattoo sleeves dedicated to horror films

[Photos by: easytattoo_uk, pandaffx, markvincenttattoos, chriscabaltattoo/Instagram]

The gothic literary tradition began hundreds of years ago with Horace Walpole’s The Castle Of Otranto in the 18th century. From then on, our fascination with the mysterious and the horrific has taken us from the page to the screen. It’s only natural, then, that the next medium for horror has become the art of tattooing. These fans have shown their obsession with and appreciation for their favorite masters of horror by getting these insanely detailed full sleeves.

Read more: Ink Master: Angels stars talk women in the tattoo industry

All Time Low reveal what inspired the orchestral version of “Good Times”

Watch a new music video from Kublai Khan—plus, don’t miss tour announcements from McCafferty and Miss May I. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Every Time I Die reportedly split with drummer Daniel Davison

1. Sleep On It are asking Chicago fans and bands to come out to plaayyyy

Calling All Chicago area bands: we want you in our new music video. 10/15 more info below. pic.twitter.com/jCsOHL0kGI
— Sleep On It (@SleepOnItBand) September 27, 2017

That's right, if you're a fan of Chicago bands or are actually in a Chicago band, Sleep On It are asking you to come out and help them film their new video inspired by the 1979 classic, The Warriors. The shoot is on October 15 at 1 p.m. Don't be late!

These 20 states are the biggest music lovers, according to YouTube views

Watch a new music video from Kublai Khan—plus, don’t miss tour announcements from McCafferty and Miss May I. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

Read more: Every Time I Die reportedly split with drummer Daniel Davison

1. Sleep On It are asking Chicago fans and bands to come out to plaayyyy

Calling All Chicago area bands: we want you in our new music video. 10/15 more info below. pic.twitter.com/jCsOHL0kGI
— Sleep On It (@SleepOnItBand) September 27, 2017

That's right, if you're a fan of Chicago bands or are actually in a Chicago band, Sleep On It are asking you to come out and help them film their new video inspired by the 1979 classic, The Warriors. The shoot is on October 15 at 1 p.m. Don't be late!

Movements release heavy-hitting new song from debut album—listen

[Photos by: easytattoo_uk, pandaffx, markvincenttattoos, chriscabaltattoo/Instagram]

The gothic literary tradition began hundreds of years ago with Horace Walpole’s The Castle Of Otranto in the 18th century. From then on, our fascination with the mysterious and the horrific has taken us from the page to the screen. It’s only natural, then, that the next medium for horror has become the art of tattooing. These fans have shown their obsession with and appreciation for their favorite masters of horror by getting these insanely detailed full sleeves.

Read more: Ink Master: Angels stars talk women in the tattoo industry

No Warped Tour UK this year

[Photos by: easytattoo_uk, pandaffx, markvincenttattoos, chriscabaltattoo/Instagram]

The gothic literary tradition began hundreds of years ago with Horace Walpole’s The Castle Of Otranto in the 18th century. From then on, our fascination with the mysterious and the horrific has taken us from the page to the screen. It’s only natural, then, that the next medium for horror has become the art of tattooing. These fans have shown their obsession with and appreciation for their favorite masters of horror by getting these insanely detailed full sleeves.

Read more: Ink Master: Angels stars talk women in the tattoo industry

Russian booster rocket launches commercial satellite

A Russian Proton-M booster rocket carrying a U.S.-built commercial satellite has had a successful liftoff from Kazakhstan.

Hubble observes the farthest active inbound comet yet seen

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the farthest active inbound comet ever seen, at a whopping distance of 1.5 billion miles from the Sun (beyond Saturn's orbit). Slightly warmed by the remote Sun, it has already begun to develop an 80,000-mile-wide fuzzy cloud of dust, called a coma, enveloping a tiny, solid nucleus of frozen gas and dust. These observations represent the earliest signs of activity ever seen from a comet entering the solar system's planetary zone for the first time.

Female Saudi drivers 'will reduce crashes'

But the Saudi interior minister did not explain why more drivers on the road would reduce accidents.

Scientists develop broad-spectrum inhibitors of influenza virus

A team of researchers from The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) and Janssen Research & Development (Janssen) has devised artificial peptide molecules that neutralize a broad range of influenza virus strains. Peptides are short chains of amino acids - like proteins but with smaller, simpler structures. These designed molecules have the potential to be developed into medicines that target influenza, which causes up to 500,000 deaths worldwide each year and costs Americans billions of dollars in sick days and lost productivity.

Marley to be named interim England women boss

Mo Marley is set to be named interim manager of England women on Friday, replacing the sacked Mark Sampson.

Mo Marley to be England women interim boss after Mark Sampson sacking

Mo Marley is set to be named interim manager of England women on Friday, replacing the sacked Mark Sampson.

Carlo Ancelotti: Bayern Munich sack Italian manager

Carlo Ancelotti is sacked as manager of Bayern Munich - a day after the side's 3-0 defeat at Paris St-Germain.

Watch the West go wild again in new Red Dead Redemption II trailer

Watch the West go wild again in new Red Dead Redemption II trailerRockstar's Red Dead Redemption II is probably one of the most hotly anticipated games of next year

Ikea's Stuff is Tough To Assemble, So It Bought a Startup To Do It For You

One of the most popular jobs on TaskRabbit, a service that lets you hire workers for quick gigs, is assembling Ikea furniture. So perhaps it's no surprise that the Swedish retail giant has acquired the startup for an undisclosed price. From a report: For now, TaskRabbit services -- where each worker sets their own rates but the company takes 20 percent -- are available in 40 American cities and in London. The majority of its American workers (or "taskers" as the company dubs them) do not receive any health or retirement benefits, as is typical in so-called "gig economy" jobs. While TaskRabbit itself has not been sued in federal court by any of its workers so far, other companies in the industry have been -- numerous labor cases filed against Uber were recently heard at the 9th US Circuit Court of Appeal in San Francisco. It seems unlikely that Swedish business culture will have any impact on TaskRabbit's workers, the overwhelming majority of whom are ad hoc contractors. Sweden, which generally lacks a similar "gig economy" environment, boasts universal public health care and housing and child care subsidies. Employees in Sweden are required to be provided a minimum of five weeks paid annual leave, and wages are typically set by annual collective bargaining.

Solving the mystery of Pluto's giant blades of ice

NASA's New Horizons mission revolutionized our knowledge of Pluto when it flew past that distant world in July 2015. Among its many discoveries were images of strange formations resembling giant knife blades of ice, whose origin had remained a mystery. Now, scientists have turned up a fascinating explanation for this "bladed terrain": the structures are made almost entirely of methane ice, and likely formed as a specific kind of erosion wore away their surfaces.

A fresh look at older data yields a surprise near the martian equator

Scientists taking a new look at older data from NASA's longest-operating Mars orbiter have discovered evidence of significant hydration near the Martian equator—a mysterious signature in a region of the Red Planet where planetary scientists figure ice shouldn't exist.

Farthest active inbound comet yet seen

NASA's Hubble Space Telescope has photographed the farthest active inbound comet ever seen, at a whopping distance of 1.5 billion miles from the Sun (beyond Saturn's orbit). Slightly warmed by the remote Sun, it has already begun to develop an 80,000-mile-wide fuzzy cloud of dust, called a coma, enveloping a tiny, solid nucleus of frozen gas and dust. These observations represent the earliest signs of activity ever seen from a comet entering the solar system's planetary zone for the first time.

Much-changed Arsenal win in Belarus

Theo Walcott scores twice as a much-changed Arsenal beat Bate Borisov in the Europa League to make it two wins from two.

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