When Mac OS X 10.7 comes to your Mac

Apple’s latest OS X version 10.8.3 is due out on Wednesday, and the new operating system is the first time that the operating system’s underlying technology has been modified to make it easier for developers to build apps on.The Mac OS 10.9 Developer Preview includes several new features including an ability to write Java apps […]

How to predict which teams will win their first ever Premier League title

When you’re in the middle of the Premier League season and a team is about to get a new contract, it’s easy to get carried away with the title.The title, after all, is the most important prize of all.But there’s no such thing as a “formal” stage of a season, which is where the players […]

How to read the latest news and events

New York is experiencing a dark winter with temperatures hovering around 40 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius) below zero, and wind chill has reached -4 degrees.The city’s power supply has been cut to about 100,000 people and some schools have been closed.The U.S. Energy Department has announced that it will cut carbon dioxide emissions by […]

When the soap opera network runs out of money, it’s time to sell it to the highest bidder: The Times

The soap opera industry is in turmoil.It’s been on the brink of collapse for decades, with industry analysts predicting it would go out of business by 2030.This past February, the industry’s biggest players, like the Toronto-based WME-IMG, announced they were shutting down operations and laying off thousands of staff.The industry is facing a critical point […]

Operation Nimrod: The Operating Agreement

The U.S. government has announced that it is ending its military operation in Yemen and is now “exercising limited airstrikes” to assist the Saudi-led coalition fighting the Houthi rebels.The airstrikes will now be limited to “targeting the Houthis in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, and in the south of the country.”The coalition’s stated goal is to drive […]

What’s the difference between the IRS’s taxonomy and the one the Trump administration is using?

The Tax Department has announced that the IRS will start using the Taxpayer Advocate (TPA) Taxpayer Bill of Rights (TBTOR) instead of the TPA (Taxpayer Advocate).It also wants to be clear about the taxonomy that it will use.“TBTORS taxonomy is a broad term encompassing all types of income and deductions,” reads a Treasury Department statement, […]