Three New Hampshire women are looking to sue the state after being served tickets for public nudity. The topless bathers were denied a dismissal motion for the 2016 conviction and are now seeking justice from the New Hampshire Supreme Court! Check out the story here!
Alana Blaire offers us a trio of cool sites to try in today's On The Web segment. Supercook.com helps you find recipes based on the items you've got at home, WaitButWhy.com gives a newbie's perspective on hot topics like artificial intelligence and relationships, and HaveIBeenPwned.com lets you know if your email address has been compromised by a data breach. Find out more at www.NakedNews.com
Eila Adams leads off the program in the Naked Newsroom!
- The US Federal Trade Commission is suing Volkswagen, alleging the carmaker falsely advertised vehicles as "environmentally friendly"
- Cancer Fund of America and Cancer Support Services have been shut down after blowing donations on salaries and employee perks
- Hololens, Microsoft's VR headset, begins shipping this week, though it's just the developers' version
- NASCAR driver Derek White faces 7 charges linked to North America's largest-ever tobacco smuggling ring
- Apple has partnered with Major League Baseball, who'll have iPad Pro tablets packed with statistical data like scouting reports
- Pele is suing Samsung for $30 million, claiming the company is using a lookalike in a New York Times ad
All that and much more is waiting for you right now at www.NakedNews.com
On today's program, Overlady Katherine Curtis is once again the Naked Nerd, with stories including
- Barack Obama's nominee for the US Supreme Court, Merrick Garland, is a fellow comic book nerd - but was forced to sell his collection to attend Harvard Law
- Six Flags in Georgia's new Dare Devil Dive is a roller coaster that integrates VR technology to simulate you flying in space, shooting at aliens
- If you're not a member of Marvel Digital Unlimited, you can get access to Marvel's complete comic book back catalog for just a few bucks a month
- A team at Stanford has developed Face2Face, face-tracking software that lets users alter mouth movements and facial expressions on someone else
- Lionsgate and Comic-Con International have joined forces for a VOD service, Comic-Con HQ, that'll launch in June
For the full stories, go to www.NakedNews.com
It's New Year's Eve, so we've got our annual retrospective special! Hosted by Eila Adams, Carli Bei, and Katherine Curtis from their own "party central", we've got a look at the highs and lows of the year that was 2015. See it at www.NakedNews.com