10 Incredible Buddha Bowls to Update Your Diet

Buddha bowls are typically viewed as a complicated meal that only professional nutritionists are able to make. But in reality, even the laziest girl in the world can make it herself. Buddha bowls are known for their versatility, healthy nutrients, and variety. One bowl can keep your energy going all day long and boost your overall wellness. While Buddha bowls are easy to make, perhaps you find yourself confusing about what to put into your bowl.

1. Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl


Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl
Subtly spiced, comforting and amazingly delicious, this Buddha bowl will rock your entire world in a jiffy. Get the recipe here.

2. Noodle Buddha Bowl


Noodle Buddha Bowl
Fuel your brain and make your stomach happy with a protein- and antioxidant-packed bowl. Find the recipe here.

3. Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl


Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl
The main spice in curry, turmeric can turn any meal into a masterpiece. Spice up your sweet potato bowl with this spice for added healing properties. Get the recipe here.

4. Spinach Quinoa Patty Bowl


Spinach Quinoa Patty Bowl
When superfoods combined together, they create a fantastically healthy Buddha super bowl that will provide your body with so much needed phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that are crucial for your health. Get the recipe here.

5. Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Buddha Bowl


Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Buddha Bowl
One of my favorite Buddha bowls, this one is a true goodness for health food junkies. Plus, it is so fast to make. Get the recipe here.

6. Vegan Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl


Vegan Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl
Rich in protein, a Thai tempeh Buddha bowl is an excellent way to get this vital nutrient when you go vegan. Find the recipe here.

7. BBQ Tempeh With Vegan Ranch Bowl


BBQ Tempeh With Vegan Ranch Bowl
After all, the barbecue season is approaching so fast. Get the recipe here.

8. Winter Buddha Bowl


Winter Buddha Bowl
But since it is the cold season outside, enjoy your comforting and satisfying winter Buddha bowl right now. Get the recipe here.

9. Roasted Rainbow Winter Bowl


Roasted Rainbow Winter Bowl
Mix up your favorite healthy foods in one rainbow-inspired meal. Find the recipe here.

10. Moroccan Couscous, Chickpeas, and Olives Bowl


Moroccan Couscous, Chickpeas, and Olives Bowl
Nutrient-packed Buddha bowl is a great way to update your diet and help you drop a few pounds along the way. Get the recipe here.

All these Buddha bowls are perfect for your waistline when you enjoy them in moderation. The next time hunger strikes out of the sky, allow yourself to cook one of these bowls.

10 Incredible Buddha Bowls to Update Your Diet

Buddha bowls are typically viewed as a complicated meal that only professional nutritionists are able to make. But in reality, even the laziest girl in the world can make it herself. Buddha bowls are known for their versatility, healthy nutrients, and variety. One bowl can keep your energy going all day long and boost your overall wellness. While Buddha bowls are easy to make, perhaps you find yourself confusing about what to put into your bowl.

1. Sweet Potato Chickpea Buddha Bowl

Subtly spiced, comforting and amazingly delicious, this Buddha bowl will rock your entire world in a jiffy. Get the recipe here.

2. Noodle Buddha Bowl

Fuel your brain and make your stomach happy with a protein- and antioxidant-packed bowl. Find the recipe here.

3. Turmeric Sweet Potato Bowl

The main spice in curry, turmeric can turn any meal into a masterpiece. Spice up your sweet potato bowl with this spice for added healing properties. Get the recipe here.

4. Spinach Quinoa Patty Bowl

When superfoods combined together, they create a fantastically healthy Buddha super bowl that will provide your body with so much needed phytonutrients, vitamins, minerals, and other compounds that are crucial for your health. Get the recipe here.

5. Brussels Sprouts Eggplant Buddha Bowl

One of my favorite Buddha bowls, this one is a true goodness for health food junkies. Plus, it is so fast to make. Get the recipe here.

6. Vegan Thai Tempeh Buddha Bowl

Rich in protein, a Thai tempeh Buddha bowl is an excellent way to get this vital nutrient when you go vegan. Find the recipe here.

7. BBQ Tempeh With Vegan Ranch Bowl

After all, the barbecue season is approaching so fast. Get the recipe here.

8. Winter Buddha Bowl

But since it is the cold season outside, enjoy your comforting and satisfying winter Buddha bowl right now. Get the recipe here.

9. Roasted Rainbow Winter Bowl

Mix up your favorite healthy foods in one rainbow-inspired meal. Find the recipe here.

10. Moroccan Couscous, Chickpeas, and Olives Bowl

Nutrient-packed Buddha bowl is a great way to update your diet and help you drop a few pounds along the way. Get the recipe here.

All these Buddha bowls are perfect for your waistline when you enjoy them in moderation. The next time hunger strikes out of the sky, allow yourself to cook one of these bowls.

DJI update removes plugins that shared user data without their knowledge

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DJI says a third-party company collected data about drone users without their permission, and it’s now revoking the plugin’s access in a new software update. The company clarified the situation in a blog post today, saying that a third-party plugin called JPush was used in its DJI GO and DJI GO 4 apps for Android to help serve push notifications when video files were uploaded to DJI’s SkyPixel video sharing platform. Although JPush wouldn’t have needed much data to complete the job, DJI says the app actually ended up collecting personal information, including a list of apps installed on the user’s Android device.

DJI says it revoked JPush’s access when it found out about the data collection. It also removed the “hot-patching” plugins jsPatch for iOS and Tinker for Android, which let the drone company update elements within their drone apps without updating the entire app. In addition to the software update today, DJI also launched an internal educational program for developers, a more rigorous code review and testing process, and a bug bounty program that will pay users up to $30,000 for identifying exploits.

AT LEAST DJI IS REVOKING ACCESS
Clearly DJI is taking users’ data concerns seriously, especially when it can be traced back to DJI’s own company-issued apps and not a random download from the Play Store. As we saw with AccuWeather, all code, especially from random companies, should be vetted before inclusion.

The update today comes after DJI added a local mode to its drones for users who want to fly privately without transmitting personal data over the internet.

DJI drone owners told to update or be grounded

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DJI Spark drones will not fly after 1 September unless owners apply a mandatory software update, the device’s maker has warned.

DJI said the update to the small drone’s core software fixes some flight control issues suffered by the gadget.

The drone maker said it had warned owners about the deadline so they could avoid having their craft grounded.

But the mandatory update has caused some owners to question the control DJI retains over their devices.

In a statement, DJI said the update would improve how the Spark manages power. It also helps it work with smart spectacles that give owners an immersive view of what the drone films.

It added: “If the firmware of either the aircraft or the battery is not updated by September 1, Spark will not be able to take off.”

The update is now available via the Go 4 management app used to configure and fly the craft as well as DJI’s Assistant 2 desktop software.

A spokesman said it issued the warning so it could be sure Spark owners took the chance to update their drone before the deadline so craft are not grounded.

Gary Mortimer, writing on drone news site SUAS News, said DJI’s demand that people apply the software had caused “consternation”.

He said performance fixes bestowed by the software were welcome but DJI’s ability to throw a kill switch to stop the device working was more “questionable”.

Earlier this month, the US Army banned serving soldiers from using DJI drones saying their use posed “operational risks”. In response, DJI drones were given a privacy mode that restricted who saw the video they shot.

Watch Tina Fey blast Trump in hilarious cameo on ‘Weekend Update’

If one were to put together a list of the funniest and most influential Saturday Night Live cast members in history, there’s no denying that Tina Fey would not only make the cut, but that she would be close to the top of the list. Since leaving SNL in 2006, Fey has been busy with a host of other projects, including 30 Rock and Netflix’s Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. Despite her busy schedule, Fey has routinely made time for cameo spots on SNL whenever a major political issue happens to be in the news.

That said, Fey showed up on last night’s episode of Weekend Update, appearing alongside Colin Jost and Michael Che. Not surprisingly, Fey’s appearance focused solely on Donald Trump and the recent white nationalist march in Charlottesville, Virginia. In typical Fey fashion, she used her unique brand of wacky and clever humor to throw a number of sharp jabs at Donald Trump, Ann Coulter and others.

Wearing a University of Virginia sweatshirt — where she was a student in the 90s — Fey began by laying into Trump.

“It broke my heart to see these evil forces descend upon Charlottesville,” Fey began. “And then our President, Donald John Trump, and I don’t people talk about what a stupid jackass name that is. It does not flow. Donald John? Whatever, he gets away with it because he’s gorgeous.”

“Then we hear that there are nine more alt-right rallies planned around the country this Saturday, including in New York City,” Fey added. “And part of me hopes that these neo-nazis do try it in New York City, like I hope they try it and get the ham salad kicked out of them by a bunch of drag queens.”

 

 

 

Olivia Newton-John gives update 3 months after cancer relapse

Olivia Newton-John Campaign Announcement© vimeo Olivia Newton-John Campaign AnnouncementThe legendary singer and actress released a heartfelt video thanking fans for their well wishes.

Olivia Newton-John wants her fans to know she’s “feeling great.”

Just three months after the legendary singer and actress revealed she’s facing breast cancer for a second time, she released a heartfelt video with an update for her supporters, whom she thanked for their well wishes.

“Firstly, I’d like to express my gratitude to all of you who sent such kind and loving messages of support over the past few months,” Newton-John, 68, says in the short clip. “Your prayers and well wishes have truly helped me and continue to lift my spirits.”

“I’m feeling great and so look forward to seeing you soon,” the beloved “Grease” staradded brightly.

Olivia Newton-John© Gabe Ginsberg Olivia Newton-JohnNewton-John filmed the two-minute video to give details about the newly launched We Go Together fundraising campaign by The Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness and Research Centre (ONJ Centre) at the Austin Hospital in Melbourne, Australia.

This past May, the four-time Grammy winner postponed U.S. and Canadian tour dates and revealed to fans that she was battling breast cancer again, 25 years after her first diagnosis.

“The back pain that initially caused her to postpone the first half of her concert tour, has turned out to be breast cancer that has metastasized to the sacrum,” read a statement on Newton-John’s Facebook page.

Her treatment plan, according to the statement, included natural wellness therapies and “a short course of photon radiation therapy.”

Newton-John, who has one daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, 31, with her ex-husband, actor Matt Lattanzi, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, on the same weekend her father died of cancer. She lost her sister, Rona Newton-John, to brain cancer in 2013.

Earlier this month, Newton-John checked in again with fans on Facebook to let them know she was “grateful” to them and “feeling good.”

Wrote the star, “I am totally confident that my new journey will have a positive success story to inspire others!”

Apple’s iOS 11 update comes with a secret ‘cop button’ to disable Touch ID in a hurry

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The iPhone fingerprint scanner contains a so-called ‘cop button’ in the latest OS updateReuters

A so-called ‘cop button’ has been added to the iPhone’s latest iOS operating system – iOS 11 – which lets users discreetly turn off the Touch ID fingerprint reader in a few simple taps, a move that some believe could thwart devices from being searched by law enforcement.

The system, as pointed out by users on Twitter (first reported by The Verge), could also be useful if you are concerned someone might try and force you to unlock your iPhone or iPad.

Here’s how it works: Pressing the lock button five times in quick succession brings up the familiar ‘slide to power off’ command, but also an ‘Emergency SOS’ slider, which can be used to quickly call the emergency services, even on a locked iPhone not belonging to you.

But it has been discovered – and verified by IBTimes UK that opening this screen then cancelling it disables Touch ID. The only way to get back into the phone is by entering your passcode.

One Twitter user wrote: “It’s a cop button. I love it.”

The feature can also be adjusted in the Settings app. Here, iOS users can switch on Auto Call, which automatically calls the local emergency services number after the fifth press of the lock button.

It also issues a loud siren for three seconds before the call is made.

Finally, the feature can also be configured to alert a pre-defined list of contacts should you press the power button five times. iOS 11 is currently in the public beta stage of development, with regular updates already being pushed out by Apple to eager application developers.

It will be released as a free update to iPhone and iPad owners in the coming weeks.

The “cop button” capability was hotly debated as a potential security feature after being uncovered by the researcher, who uses the name Kia Fiasco online. But not everyone agreed about its use. The police, in many cases, have legal means at their disposal to access locked devices.

“It doesn’t matter because the only protection is still just the lock screen which is insufficient for real security,” tweeted The Grugq, a well-known cybersecurity researcher, adding that the technique lacks three major security tactics: cover, concealment and compartmentation.

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iOS 11 is a game-changer for Touch ID. Press power button rapidly 5 times and it opens the 2nd screen, but it also forces passphrase entry!

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Over the past year, law enforcement has forced detainees to unlock devices on many occasions. In April 2016, for example, the Los Angeles Times reported that police had obtained a warrant to compel the partner of an alleged gang member to press her finger against her iPhone.

The same year, CourthouseNews reported on a similar case – when a man suspected of a voyeuristic crime was compelled to tell the security services his 4-digit passcode. In February this year, a US-born Nasa scientist was forced to unlock his phone by American border control.

According to Jamie Lee Williams, a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), police – in the US at least – cannot force people to hand over their phone passwords.

“Forcing you to turn over or type in your passcode violates the Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination — the privilege that allows people to ‘plead the Fifth’ to avoid handing the government evidence it could use against them,” she wrote in March 2017.

MICROSOFT SURFACE BOOK 2 NEWS: IT’S TIME FOR AN UPDATE, BUT REDMOND IS SILENT

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Looking to buy Microsoft’s awesome new Surface Pro? Here’s all you need to know
Microsoft hasn’t released much Microsoft Surface Book 2 news yet, but more information is on the way this fall. For now, here’s what we know and what the rumors say about the successor to Microsoft’s latest 2-in-1 laptop.
The Surface Book 2…was actually the Surface Laptop

In spring 2017 a flurry of rumors about the Surface Book 2 hit the internet windmill. They said, among other things, that the Book 2 would have a more traditional clamshell hinge, would be a traditional laptop instead of a hybrid, and would be released very soon.

That didn’t happen. Those rumors described another product, the Surface Laptop, which had all those qualities and was positioned to appeal to customers who preferred a true laptop instead of a hybrid. Our review of the Surface Laptop found it’s a beautiful system, but the decision to ditch features that make Surface unique makes the system less remarkable than its peers.

However, the Surface Laptop’s existence does tell us a bit of what the Surface Book will continue to be. It seems likely the Microsoft Surface Book 2 will retain a form similar to the current model, since ditching its tablet features would make it redundant with the Surface laptop.

An updated hinge seems likely

Will the hinge change for the Book 2? The rumors say yes. Remember that the updated version of the Microsoft Surface Book, released October 2016, came with the same hinge but a reduced gap. People weren’t big fans of the gap that the original hinge created, which increased thickness and was a dust trap. A redesigned hinge is likely for the Book 2.

Other rumors state that the Book 2 may not be detachable, either. It is likely to still be a 2-in-1, but with a reversible screen. This would be an easy way to fix some of the complaints that the original Surface Book was unwieldy when it came to detaching the touchscreen.

Coffee Lake CPUs

Here is where things get interesting: Some of the latest rumors say that the Book 2 will be using the Intel Coffee Lake CPU, also known as 8th gen Intel Core.

The latest version of the Book uses Kaby Lake, so it appears that Microsoft may want to wait for Coffee Lake for the second generation. We’ll know more about Coffee Lake by the end of August 2017.

If this information is correct — and every day we go by without a Surface announcement makes it seem more likely — then it gives reason to think the Surface Book 2 won’t show up until late in the holiday 2017 buying season, at the soonest.

Why? Intel processor releases tend to be gradual. It takes months for them to become common after the initial roll-out, and if Microsoft were to release a Surface Book 2 with 8th gen Core, the company would need a large enough supply of chips to meet at least part of demand.

Practically speaking, that makes a release shortly after the arrival of 8th gen Core unlikely. It’s not impossible, as Microsoft could specifically team up with Intel to make the Surface Book 2 one of the first 2-in-1s with its new processor. However, we’ve not heard any rumors to that effect yet, and Microsoft hasn’t announced a press event near Intel’s official 8th gen Core press event, which happens August 21.

Release date is 2017-2018

There are two possibilities for a Surface Book 2 release window. First, Microsoft announces it in the fall at a Fall Creators Update conference, and releases it in time for the holidays. Second, Microsoft waits to announce the Book 2 and plans for an early 2018 release.

Currently we suspect the second option, due to the Coffee Lake reports and lack of production rumors. However, 2017 is still very much a possibility.

This is heavily based on speculation, however. Microsoft itself has said nothing about the Surface Book 2. We don’t think that silence indicates a lack of care for it, but simply that the company is playing its cards close to its chest.

Destiny 2 PC beta update: Bungie reveals the latest changes since the console version

Even though the extended Destiny 2 console beta has successfully been completed and console gamers will enjoy the official release on the 6th of next month, PC gamers are still looking forward to the upcoming beta to get a first taste of the popular multiplayer shooter.

Just two days ago, Bungie announced that several changes and updates are coming to the Destiny 2PC beta. Specifically, the focus lies on the game’s PvP modes known as the Cubicle. The company has decided to tune the two available matchmaking modes, Quickplay and Competitive, separately in the effort of improving the gaming experience.

Multiplayer design lead Lars Bakken shed some more light on the topic:

One of our goals for Destiny 2 has been to create two different ways to challenge yourself against other players

From this point forward, to allow for more varied experiences between the playlists, matchmaking for Quickplay and Competitive will be tuned separately.

Essentially, Bungie wants to provide two different routes for gamers depending on their gameplay objective. In Quickplay, matchmaking will be much shorter in favor of the action, while Competitive will feature a longer matchmaking time in order to ensure that the skill level of the competing players will be more closely matched.

But the changes don’t stop there. Certain tweaks have been made to the game type rules to better reflect the differences in the gameplay. For example, the winning score in Control has been bumped up to 100 from the previous 75 to allow more time for the players to play the game and use their abilities, while the Mercy rule has been tuned to trigger less often. Finally, more changes are being implemented that include mainly bug fixes, ironing out glitches and further balancing to the characters’ abilities.

Destiny 2 PC open beta is expected to become available on the 29th of August, while users who have pre-ordered the game will enjoy a one-day early access giving them a headstart. The official release of the PC version is set to take place on the 24th of October.