Fox News Flash top headlines for August 25 are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com A Michigan billionaire and philanthropist is offering a $10,000 reward for the person who finds a missing U.S. combat veteran from Arizona. Jesse Conger, 37, was last seen with his girlfriend, Natasha Harwell, during the morning on August 14 at his apartment in Scottsdale. Harwell reported him missing the next day and his family said he'd been suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder and depression.
Parents and experts are increasingly concerned about the damage being done to children by spending too much time looking at screens. The latest warning comes from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, which suggested that excessive use of screens could bring a whole host of negative outcomes for young people. That includes everything from bad sleep to the potential for cyber bullying, though the organisation warned that the damage might be overestimated. Helpfully, the technology industry is increasingly aware of the same problems and is trying to solve them using products. As concern has grown about the damage their products do, developers have added features that stop other features being used – monitoring how long people spend on their phones, and kicking them off when it gets too much.
As temperatures rise across the country for the summer, parents should be aware of reasons why they could forget their child is traveling in the backseat of their car, and ways to prevent these type of tragic incidents from happening. A baby's body heats up three to five times faster compared to an adult, since their abilities to cool through sweating are not as developed as adults, Purnima Unni, the Pediatric Trauma Injury Prevention Program Manager at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, told International Business Times. Babies are more susceptible and at higher risk for heat-related illness and injury than adults, she added. A child dies when his or her body temperature is at 107. Technology could make a difference in curbing hot car deaths among children.
Ed Baig gives a look at the new Apple Watch Series 4. One key new feature: fall detection. The changes in the consumer marketplace this year have been largely driven by new tech products. Our world has been shaped in large part by just a handful of revolutionary consumer products and the companies behind them. Such milestones include the first modern automobile, first sold by Mercedes in 1901, and the first smartphone, introduced to the market by IBM in 1994. While the impact new products have on the world rarely rises to the significance of the first personal automobile, each year brings a new lineup of consumer products, some of them the first of their kind, to the market – and 2018 is no exception.
Cybercriminals are increasingly targeting UK workers files and data, and the Metropolitan Police have warned that "no one is safe". The FBI, Metropolitan Police, and security experts all agree that cyber ransoming has fast become one of UK's biggest economic crimes. Unpredictable, unstoppable and potentially fatal to a business, the rapid emergence of ransomware has become a threat to people across the nation. August Graham, the editor of the Sentinel, arrived at work one morning last summer to find a note pop up on one of the computer screens. It informed him that all the files on the firm's server had been encrypted and were being held ransom.