#fingerprints

Dead man found in Gulf of Mexico in 2002 identified 19 years later as Massachusetts resident
After a 19-year investigation, the Collier County, Florida, Sheriff's Office has identified a man whose body was found in the Gulf of Mexico as Edward Lorenz Richard from Spencer, Massachusetts.
Driver guilty of causing deaths of girl, 16, and man, 21, in crash
A young man who crashed a car into a tree, killing two of his passengers, has been found guilty of causing their deaths by dangerous driving.
LeBron James says this Lakers season 'ranks right at the top with any other challenge I've had in my career'
LeBron James has his fingerprints all over this year's Lakers roster.
Lakers complete wild comeback in Detroit to potentially turn around season
The Lakers have made a habit of hitting new low points this season, but it's hard to imagine anything bottoming out lower than the Lakers through three quarters in Detroit on Sunday.
How to make your accounts more secure with two-factor authentication
With the amount of personal information online, one of the best ways to protect yourself from cyber criminals is to set up two-factor authentication for accounts.
Flashback: the Sony Xperia Z5 Premium was the first ever smartphone with a 4K display
Recently Sony decided to embrace the niche status of its smartphones and created the Xperia Pro and Pro-I - rare cases when "pro" actually means "professional".
Poco F3 Moonlight Silver hands-on
We got our hands on the new Moonlight Silver paint job for the Poco F3, so here's a quick look at the phone in the flesh.
Dial 905: Raptors 905 clamp Knicks in fourth, steal game 119-116
The Raptors 905 and the Westchester Knicks were back at it again last night, less than 24 hours since coach Patrick Mutombo and the 905ers gave the Knicks the business on Thursday.
Mac Zero Day Targets Apple Devices in Hong Kong
Google researchers have detailed a widespread watering-hole attack that installed a backdoor on Apple devices that visited Hong Kong-based media and pro-democracy sites.
Brexit has made it easier for small boat crossings to reach UK, refugees say
Refugees living in northern France say Brexit has made it easier for them to reach the UK in small boats, as it emerged that record numbers of people crossed the Channel in one day.