NYC exodus will end in April, real estate analyst predicts

A local real estate analyst predicts that New York City’s long-running exodus, which precedes the COVID-19 outbreak last year, will end in April. “Fewer people are leaving the city and more are returning,” reports Nancy Packes Data Services, following a study conducted with Eastdil Secured.  Those two trend lines will finally cross paths this month, when the number of households moving into New York City should exceed the number leaving for the first time since at least January 2019 — the first month cited in the report. Departure rates out of New York quickly accelerated in March 2020: 89,221 households split town amid readmore

Xbox Game Streaming app is now live on Windows—via a

This is not a drill: Xbox Game Streaming now works on Windows 10 PCs. I left my entire Windows 10 interface visible to prove that out. Sam Machkovech As a duplicate of other working apps, this Win10 version also supports streaming from an existing Xbox console to a PC via your local network. I didn’t […]readmore

Facebook acknowledges personal information of 500M users posted online, says

The phone numbers and personal data of more than 500 million Facebook users has been posted online by a low-level hacker in a forum for free.Alon Gal, CTO of Hudson Rock, a cybercrime intelligence firm first discovered the leak on Saturday. Read more: Head of Facebook Canada warns news posts could be blocked as last resort “All 533,000,000 Facebook records were just leaked for free,” he wrote in a tweet. “This means that if you have a Facebook account, it is extremely likely the phone number used for that account was leaked.”All 533,000,000 Facebook records were just leaked for free.This readmore

Jade and rubies: How Myanmar's military amassed its fortune

BANGKOK: Mines, banks, petroleum, agriculture, tourism: Myanmar's ruling junta has vested interests in large swathes of the country's economy, providing it a colossal -- and closely guarded -- fortune that the United States has targetted with sanctions.After last week's coup to oust civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi -- and the subsequent protest crackdown -- calls have grown for international penalties.On Thursday, the United States slapped sanctions on the country's top brass.President Joe Biden said his administration was cutting off military leaders' access to $1 billion in funds in the US, while the Treasury readmore