Apple kicked off its Worldwide Developers Conference, which means it's offering not only developers — but everyone with an iPhone, iPad, Mac or Apple Watch — the first glimpse of what new, cool stuff they can do with their devices this fall. The star is iOS, which powers the iPhone and iPad. Among the key features on tap for the iPhone:
Parental controls to track how your kids spend their screen time.
Shortcuts for Siri, to make her both smarter and a lot more useful.
Personalized emojis, although they might only be available on higher-end iPhones.
The Parkland officer followed protocol, he says. He just 'didn't find' the shooter
The French Open's most highly anticipated match so far — a fourth-rounder between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova — did not take place Monday after Williams withdrew with a chest muscle injury . That means Williams won't win the first Grand Slam she's played since giving birth to her baby last September. An issue with the tennis star's pectoral muscle got her "to the point where right now I can't actually serve," Williams told journalists in Paris. The 36-year-old, who has won 23 Grand Slam titles in her career, had never failed to take to the court for a scheduled Grand Slam match. She'll now have to wait until Wimbledon in July to try adding to her tally.
Whether you've got a sharp or mild need for cheese, National Cheese Day is a holiday you curd really get brie-hind. Cheese is so gouda, one doctor calls it " dairy crack." Even that creamy full-fat version is A-OK, studies say, just invite friends over so you don't eat it provolone on the couch. Getting salty over our cheesy puns? No need to wine about it!