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SYDNEY — Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott announced that Australia will send 600 military personnel to the Middle East as part of an international bid to fight the Islamic State (ISIS).
During a press conference in Darwin, Northern Territory on Sunday, Abbott said he would deploy 400 air personnel and 200 military personnel after a specific request from Washington to join the United States in moving forces in to the region.
“The government has decided to prepare and to deploy to the United Arab Emirates a military force,” Abbott said. The United Arab Emirates would serve as a base for the operation. Read more...More about Australia, Us World, Islamic State, The Islamic State, and Abbott
Are you on the job hunt? The Mashable Job Board is the ideal place to search for your next big move. More than 3,000 employers in tech and digital have posted on our board, and they're looking to fill positions from Mashable's community.
Each week, we highlight 10 recently posted openings. Check out some of this week's newest listings, below, and be sure to read our Job Search Series for valuable career tips.Position: Web Analytics Manager
Location: San Francisco, California
POPSUGAR, the leader in online media for women and recently named to the "10 San Francisco Tech Companies You Wish You Worked For" by WIRED (http://www.wired.com/business/2012/10/best-san-francisco-tech-companies?..), is looking for an energetic Web Analytics Manager to help us deploy and manage Adobe Analytics across our web, mobile and video platforms.POPSUGAR develops high-performance web properties with an audience of over 30 million monthly visitors. If you like working in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment with a dynamic team of engaged executives, in-the-know editors, and expert engineers, we want to hear from you! Read more...More about Business and Jobs
For college students considering balancing their classes with a full- or part-time job, the idea of splitting time between coursework and a budding career can be daunting.
Getting your resume together, searching for jobs and going through interviews is time-consuming — and you can easily make the excuse about focusing on school and "the college experience" — but it is possible to simultaneously work and go to school. You just might learn more about yourself than you can imagine.
Whether you’re starting your own business, working on campus or waiting tables at a nearby restaurant, everyone faces difficulties while trying to juggle multiple priorities. I started my company while I was in college, and learned some valuable lessons through trial and error. Below are a few tips that may help students in similar situations achieve balance with work, school and fun Read more...More about College, Job Search Series, Business, Jobs, and Mashable Careers
PYONGYANG, North Korea — A trial has been held in North Korea for U.S. citizen Matthew Miller, who had been detained since April.
The trial was held Sunday morning. Details were not immediately available.
Miller, 24, of Bakersfield, California, was detained for violating his tourist status when he entered the country. The specific charges or punishment he could face were not announced before the trial. He is believed to have torn up his visa at Pyongyang's airport and demanded asylum.
A trial is also expected soon for Jeffrey Fowle, 56, who entered the North as a tourist but was arrested in May for leaving a Bible at a provincial club. A third American, Korean-American missionary Kenneth Bae, is serving out a 15-year sentence for alleged "hostile acts." Read more...More about North Korea, Us World, and World
With Apple finally unveiling its latest iPhones and highly anticipated smartwatch, you may have overlooked some of this week's best new apps
Luckily, Mashable creates a roundup each weekend of our favorite new and updated apps, so you won't miss out.
This week's list includes the latest from Lego, Afterlight's Windows Phone debut and an app for texting tacosTech, Android Apps, Ios Apps, Apps Software, and Apps And Software
Have you ever taken a weekend trip in a city you traveled to for work? If the answer's yes, you've partaken in "bleisure" travel, an increasingly popular trend and likely the worst portmanteau ever created.
Despite its terrible name, combining work and play on the road makes a lot of sense
For starters, money has already been saved on transportation, according to Hotwire president Henrik Kjellberg, who credits money savings as a driver behind the trend. "It's increasing even more among younger travelers," Kjellberg told Mashable. "I think the key reason is that airfares are higher." Read more...More about Business Travel, Lifestyle, Travel Leisure, Work Play, and Bleisure
In the early hours of Aug. 24, a 6.0 magnitude earthquake jolted Californians awake in terror across the Bay Area. But one UC Berkeley professor received five seconds of warning from a $110 homemade device. Now, Josh Bloom has gone public with his invention to drive investment in a statewide early earthquake warning system
Nobody can predict when an earthquake will occur. However, an earthquake's shockwaves move at the speed of sound, whereas digital messages move at the speed of light. When seismographs detect an earthquake's early, imperceptible waves they can warn the areas around the epicenter before the more dangerous waves hit. Both Mexico and Japan have warning systems like this - Tokyo received an estimated 80 seconds of warning before the 2011 quake Read more...More about Earthquake, Tech, Gadgets, and Napa
Ray Rice attended a high school football game Saturday — his first public appearance since a February surveillance camera video of him knocking his then-fiancée unconscious in an elevator was shared with the media.
Rice, who was cut from the Baltimore Ravens and suspended indefinitely from playing for the NFL after the video was released, went to the game at New Rochelle High School in southeastern New York with his wife and daughter. He was also accompanied by his mother and former classmates as he watched from the sidelines, according to multiple news reportsEntertainment and Sports
LOS ANGELES — Hank Azaria kicked off The Simpsons Take the Bowl live show Friday evening with a warning to the audience of devotees: The cast hadn't had a chance to rehearse much, so there might be some rough moments
And, sure, it turned out to be a fair disclaimer
Some singing cues were missed, some moments of confusion were seen and some exits were clunky. But, really, no one cared
Why? Because it's impossible to be unhappy when watching Conan O'Brien sing about monorails in a red blazer. Totally unacceptable to be displeased watching Michael Jackson sound-alike Kipp Lennon sing "Happy Birthday Lisa" with Nancy Cartwright (Bart). And it's practically illegal to not enjoy a Weird Al performance. (In this case, the singer performed his "Jack and Diane" parody, "Homer and Marge.") Read more...More about Television, Fox, Simpsons, Entertainment, and Tv
The Islamic State militant group has killed a third western captive: British aid worker David Haines.
The group posted a video of the killing online Saturday. It is shot in the same style as videos depicting the beheadings of American journalists James Foley and Steven Sotloff. The masked executioner, speaking in a British accent, wears a mask and black clothing. Haines can be seen in an orange shirt. Another captive, identified as Alan Henning, a British citizen, is shown in similar garb.
Haines' killer threatened Henning, also an aid worker, may be next, much like Sotloff's killer did for Haines in an earlier video. The killers appear to be the same person. Read more...More about Isis, Us World, Us, World, and Islamic State
BROOKLYN, NEW YORK — Zedd sneaked into a large freight container, the type you see piled onto cargo trains, Friday night at Pier 9 for a secret concert. Once inside, the Grammy-winning "Clarity" DJ felt it being lifted to an elevated stage, where the container's doors dramatically opened to reveal his surprise appearance
"No one knows I'm here," Zedd, the electronic-dance music producer, told Mashable an hour before hitting the stage around 10 p.m. ET. "I want them to remember this night as a unique memory and as something they've never seen."Music, Entertainment, Concert, Grandma, and Zedd
It seems the latest villain to terrorize Gotham City is a Stormtrooper.
— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) September 13, 2014
Snyder was most likely poking fun at a recent, false rumor that the Batmobile had been stolen from the set of the new Batman film, suggesting it was the work of a soldier from Star Wars' Galactic Empire Read more...More about Batman, Star Wars, Entertainment, Film, and Pics
The Ebola virus outbreak currently holding West Africa in its grip has prompted the president of Liberia to publicly plead for help from U.S. President Barack Obama
In a report in The New York Times, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the president of Liberia, is quoted desperately asking for assistance before the country descends into an unmanageable state
"I am being honest with you when I say that at this rate, we will never break the transmission chain and the virus will overwhelm us," said 2011 Nobel Peace Prize winner Johnson Sirleaf in a letter to president Obama on Tuesday, according to the report Read more...More about Cdc, Africa, Prayforjapan, Us World, and World
LUHANSK, Ukraine — A convoy of more than 200 white trucks crossed the Russian border to deliver humanitarian aid to a battered Ukrainian city on Saturday, a move made without Kiev's consent, yet met with silence by Ukraine's top leaders.
"Early in the morning, we entered Ukraine to bring aid to Luhansk," said Yury Stepanov, a Russian who was overseeing the convoy. "We came in around 215 vehicles," he added, as workers unloaded boxes into a local warehouse.
The much-needed aid arrived, as fighting flared again between pro-Russian rebels and government forces, further imperiling an already fragile cease-fire in the region. Read more...More about Russia, Us World, World, Ukraine, and Eastern Ukraine
Listen up, people of Scotland: Groundskeeper Willie has some political advice for you
The beloved Simpsons character is taking a stand in a video recently released by Fox, saying he is pro-independence. Scotland will be voting on Sept. 18 to decide if the country will separate from the United Kingdom
In the video, the kilt-wearing Springfield Elementary School janitor makes a case for independence, touting the country's oil reserves and whiskey-making capabilities
"Scotland is the home to two-thirds of Europe’s oil reserves," Willie says. "Notice how in no country rich in oil does a man wear pants. We also make a fine damn whiskey. And we spell whiskey right, too!” (Scots prefer spelling it "whisky.") Read more...More about Viral Videos, The Simpsons, Scotland, Tv, and Us World
Sexts are the love letters of the Millennial era
In less than three texts, you can start a fiery romance on par with that of Bogart and Bacall, Johnny and June, Kim K. and Kanye. That may be a serious stretch, but we can certainly dream
See also: 11 Incredibly Awkward Sexts Gone Wrong
There are so many different ways to let a special someone know that you're thinking of them (naked), but finding the right approach can be tricky. But you're an adult; you'll figure it out.
Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments. Read more...More about Dating, List, Pics, Lists, and Texting
Mixing perilous motorsports and environmental awareness sounds cool, but in the end, no amount of earth-loving eco-tech can defy the realities of racing — namely crashing
The FIA Formula E Championship in Beijing, which only features cars running on electric power, kicked off with the inaugural race of its first season on Saturday, which runs until June 2015. Saturday's race went smoothly until the end, when a major crash put a damper on the festivities
As drivers Nick Heidfeld and Nicolas Prost approached one of the final turns, Prost — attempting to prevent Heidfeld from taking the lead — collided with him, sending Heidfeld's car flying over one of the track dividers Read more...More about China, Cars, Racing, Asia, and Tech
Thanks to the occurrence of two solar flare-induced geomagnetic storms this week, New England's sky was lit up with the Aurora Borealis
Usually the dazzling colors are only visible in regions like Iceland, Norway and Finland, but America got a small dose of the kaleidoscope of colors on Friday
Overcast conditions did make it harder to witness the phenomenon, but some lucky sky-gazers managed to capture the breathtaking sight and share the images on social mediaPics, Nature, Aurora Borealis, Twitter, and Us World
Some people think of British fashion as prim and coquettish, probably with ruffles — you know, something you could wear to a polo match. On the contrary
London Fashion Week, which started Friday, proves the UK has its own brand of fashion whimsy. Designers and tastemakers are eager to share their style sense through garments and accessories. With cartoonish colors and cheeky statement jewelry, Brits continue their time-honored tradition of challenging the style status quo.
It's only day two of London Fashion Week, and our heads can't stop spinning. From neon vinyl and fuzzy sandals to ironic swim caps, here are the favorite finds that made us smile: Read more...More about Fashion, Style, Photography, Features, and London
Along with the list of expected partners for Apple Pay this week was a bit of a surprise: McDonald's
How did the Golden Arches, not an outfit known for its association with cutting-edge technology and gadgets, get on Tim Cook's radar? It turns out the partnership was the fruit of a year-long effort that began with the hiring of Amazon exec Atif Rafiq last October
Rafiq, the SVP and global digital officer at McDonald's, calls himself "Employee No. 1 for McDigital" at the fast-food chain. He oversees a unit that now includes two-dozen execs from PayPal, Yahoo, Tesco and Ticketmaster, among other companies. In June, the company also opened a San Francisco office on Market St. right near Yelp's headquarters. That proximity was integral to the Apple deal, Rafiq says Read more...More about Mcdonalds, Business, Marketing, and Apple Pay