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Victoria Beckham Poses with Son Brooklyn's New 'Big Tattoo' Dedicated to Her

Victoria Beckham Poses with Son Brooklyn's New 'Big Tattoo' Dedicated to Her

Entertainment
Mum approves! Brooklyn Beckham recently debuted the latest addition to his rapidly growing collection of body art, a tattoo dedicated to fashionista mom Victoria Beckham. The classic ink, done by tattoo artist Dr. Woo, is a heart with a scroll inscribed with the word “Mum” on his upper arm. While some parents may not love their kids inking their bodies, the former Spice Girl certainly seems to approve. She shared an Instagram on Saturday in which she posed next to her son and the art done in her honor, pointing at the ink job. “Big tattoo! X kisses from NYC!!” Victoria, 43, captioned the pic, tagging her son and adding “x #loveyou.” RELATED PHOTOS: A Guide to All of Brooklyn Beckham’s Tattoos Brooklyn, 18, has become a big fan of tattoos since getting his first, a Native American wearing
Twilio will soon launch Flex, a dedicated contact center solution

Twilio will soon launch Flex, a dedicated contact center solution

Breaking News
 Twilio’s Engagement Cloud, its suite of products for building new customer experiences, is about to get a new feature, TechCrunch has learned. The company plans on launching the beta of a full contact center solution for businesses at the Enterprise Connect conference in March, according to a tip we received this afternoon. When reached for confirmation, Twilio had no comment. With… Read More
Trump’s infrastructure plan has no dedicated money for broadband

Trump’s infrastructure plan has no dedicated money for broadband

Technology
Enlarge / President Donald Trump unveils his infrastructure plan in the State Dining Room at the White House February 12, 2018 in Washington, DC. (credit: Getty Images | Chip Somodevilla ) President Trump's new 10-year plan for "rebuilding infrastructure in America" doesn't contain any funding specifically earmarked for improving Internet access. Instead, the plan sets aside a pool of funding for numerous types of infrastructure projects, and broadband is one of the eligible categories. The plan's $50 billion Rural Infrastructure Program lists broadband as one of five broad categories of eligible projects. Here's the full list: Transportation: roads, bridges, public transit, rail, airports, and maritime and inland waterway ports. Broadband (and other high-speed data and communication