Where to buy sex toys online (even at Target)

You don’t have to go into a store, just click. Image: bob al-greene / mashable All products featured here are independently selected by our editors and writers.If you buy something through links on our site, Mashable may earn an affiliate commission. By Andy Moser2021-01-10 01:00:00 UTC Oh, the questions we ask ourselves on a daily…Continue Reading

18 places to buy alcohol online — from general online liquor stores to monthly wine delivery services

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FBI blames Iran for online hit list of U.S. election officials

Dec. 23 (UPI) — The FBI on Wednesday blamed Iran for creating a website in the weeks following the U.S. presidential election that called for the deaths of American election officials. In a statement, the FBI said Wednesday it has “highly credible information” that identifies Iranian cyberactors as being “almost certainly” responsible for the creation…Continue Reading

Online Deposit Products from Fintech Giants Pulled, Regulation Continues to Tighten

(Source: LAT Multilingual) JD Digits, Lufax, Baidu and many Chinese fintech giants have removed their interest-bearing online time deposit products after Alipay pulled its internet deposit product on Dec. 18, due to regulators’ increasingly strict rules.  Beijing Business Today earlier reported that Alipay, one of the biggest e-payment platforms, has canceled the entry of its online deposit…Continue Reading

Clampdown on online COVID-19 food claims continues in Europe

The number of online advertisements found featuring food claiming to prevent or cure coronavirus in Europe has passed 600. The European Commission called on member states to reinforce their vigilance and adapt control activities on online offers and advertising of food related to COVID-19. More than 530 are national cases and 85 are cross-border issues.…Continue Reading

Online Tool Refines Individual Risks in Breast Cancer

SAN ANTONIO — An online tool, which incorporates clinicopathological data and the results of the 21-gene recurrent score, was able to estimate risk of distant recurrence (DR) and adjuvant chemotherapy benefit in certain patients with breast cancer, a researcher reported. The RSClin tool integrates the recurrence score (RS) with tumor grade, tumor size, and age…Continue Reading

Mighty Ape online retailer sells to Australia’s Kogan

Navigation for News Categories One of Australia’s leading online retailers, Kogan.com, has bought one of New Zealand’s biggest, Mighty Ape. Entrepreneur and Kogan.com founder Ruslan Kogan. Photo: Supplied Kogan is paying $AU122.4 million (NZ$128m) for the New Zealand company. Mighty Ape sells electronic games, board games, toys, homewares, collectibles and consumer electronics, and is forecast…Continue Reading

China’s 5G Online Terminal Connections Surpass 100 million: Report

(Source: CRI Online) The 2020 China Internet Development Report was released on Nov. 23 in Wuzhen, Zhejiang Province, during the 2020 World Internet Conference, revealing the number of 5G online terminal connections exceeds 100 million. According to the report by the Chinese Academy of Cyberspace Studies, more than 500,000 5G base stations have been established…Continue Reading

Online Healthcare Giant JD Health Passes Listing Hearing, is now Ready for Hong Kong Market Debut

(Source: Medium) Chinese online healthcare unicorn JD Health has passed a listing hearing on Nov. 15, making a new step toward being listed on the Hong Kong stock market. On Sept. 21, the company confirmed it was seeking to launch its health subsidiary on the Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing (HKEX), planning to raise up…Continue Reading