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Jan 23, 2020

Tinder Is Getting a Panic Button Specifically Tailored to Dating
Tinder today has announced it's rolling out new features to help better protect users both on and off the platform, including by releasing a kind of "panic button" for real-world meetups.

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Jan 23, 2020

Stress Really Can Turn Your Hair White, Mouse Experiment Suggests
The idea that fright or any other kind of stress can turn hair white has endured for centuries. But a new study this week—in mice—provides some of the first concrete evidence of this phenomenon existing. It might also offer a biological explanation for how it happens.

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Jan 23, 2020

Apple's Fancy Browser Privacy Tech May Do More Harm Than Good
Of all the tech giants, Apple has repeatedly reminded us that it's the one that cares most about privacy. One of its many privacy-minded innovations is its Safari "Intelligent Tracking Prevention" feature—a machine-learning algorithm introduced back in 2017 that aims to stop annoying ads from tracking you from one…

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Jan 23, 2020

Beware New Texting Scam That Looks Like FedEx Tracking Notifications
One of the few joys left in buying stuff online is getting a text alert that your package is on its way. But even that has become a cause for concern now thanks to a new scam that disguises scam texts as FedEx shipping notifications.

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Jan 23, 2020

Using Force-Like Powers This Robotic Gripper Can Grab Things Without Touching Them
Engineers have developed robots that are capable of picking up objects as delicate as eggs or grapes without damaging them, but soon they could handle even the smallest and most fragile components using a new gripper design that can lift and manipulate objects without actually touching them.

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Jan 23, 2020

TikTok Teens Are Dipping Their Balls in Soy Sauce and Lighting Their Houses on Fire
Typically, blog posts open with a broad statement establishing a thesis, which the writer then substantiates with evidence in order to make a point. In exceptional cases, there's just information so senseless that it needs no interpretation; in others, the writer isn't positioned to take a stance on an issue when it's…

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Jan 23, 2020

Inking the Dark Side: What This Artist Learned From 20 Years of Star Wars Tattooing
Many Star Wars fans are passionate, but few make their passion as permanent as Needles.

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Jan 23, 2020

Doomsday Is Now Just 100 Seconds Away
We are 100 seconds to midnight, which means doomsday has never been closer. Deadass.


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Jan 23, 2020

Scientists Just Made a 3,000-Year-Old Mummy 'Speak'
Have you ever wondered what an ancient Egyptian mummy would sound like if it could talk? A wild new scientific experiment has finally answered this burning question, but the result is perhaps less impressive (and certainly less ominous) than you might think.


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Jan 23, 2020

Thursday's Best Deals: Hot Sauce, AirPods Pro, Google Home, Backcountry, and More
A Cuisinel Gold Box, Vizio surround sound system, hot honey, and

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Jan 23, 2020

Jodie Whittaker's Doctor Is Staying in the TARDIS for at Least Another Year
Richard Madden takes flight in even more new Eternals set pictures. Disney is turning to luchador superheroics. Winn's getting a costume upgrade in new Supergirl pictures. Plus, a creepy new clip from Color Out of Space, what's to come on Riverdale, and the new Saw movie might have a mysterious title. Spoilers go!


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Jan 23, 2020

Carbon Dioxide Reached a New High in Humanity's Existence
We're not even through the first month of 2020, and we already broke the record for the day with the most carbon dioxide in all of human history.


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Jan 23, 2020

Save Up to 50% Off Top Brands During Backcountry's Pre-Semi Annual Sale
Pre-Semi Annual Sale | Backcountry

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Jan 23, 2020

Jean-Luc Picard Is Back, But Is the Star Trek He Left Behind?
He's a little older. He's not on a starship. He's haunted by tragedies of years past. He's drinking a lot more wine these days. But it would be fair to say that, deep down, Captain Jean-Luc Picard is not a man truly changed when we meet him again in the premiere of Star Trek: Picard. That's not the question we should…

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Jan 23, 2020

This Posture Gadget Shamed Me Into Sitting Straighter But I'm Still a Gargoyle
I've always been a sloucher. It's impossible to be a tech blogger, curled over a keyboard most hours of the day, and not have terrible posture. I only realized how big of a problem it was after a recent yoga class. While lying down in corpse pose, the class instructor walked past, looked at my shriveled body, and…

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Jan 23, 2020

This Kershaw Pocket Knife is Selling For Just $8, Right Now
Kershaw Cinder (1025X) Multifunction Pocket Knife | $8 | Amazon

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Jan 23, 2020

20 Million on Lockdown As China Halts Travel From Three Cities Over Deadly Virus
Two more cities in China are being placed on lockdown in an attempt by Chinese authorities to control the spread of a deadly new virus called 2019-nCoV and avoid a global epidemic. The SARS-like virus has killed at least 17 people and sickened more than 570, spreading to at least four countries outside China so far.


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Jan 23, 2020

Victims of Ancient Vesuvius Eruption Were Baked, Not Vaporized, According to New Research
A novel analysis of the skeletal remains of Vesuvius victims who sought shelter during the catastrophic eruption 2,000 years ago suggests they endured a slower death than is typically appreciated.


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Jan 23, 2020

Add a Smarter, 8-Port Gigabit Switch to Your Home Network for Just $20
NETGEAR 8-Port Gigabit Ethernet Smart Managed Plus Switch | $20 | Amazon

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Jan 23, 2020

U.S. Firefighters Die in Plane Crash While Battling Australian Fires
Three American firefighters died in a plane crash while battling Australia's bushfires in the state of New South Wales on Thursday, according to authorities in the region. It's not immediately clear what caused the firefighting air tanker to crash.

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Jan 22, 2020

Microsoft Discloses It Left Over 250 Million Customer Support Records Exposed on Servers
Microsoft inadvertently left hundreds of millions of customer service and support requests exposed on several servers without password protection from Dec. 5 to Dec. 31, 2019, the company's Security Response Center wrote on a blog post on Wednesday.


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Jan 22, 2020

People Can Now Vote Online in a U.S. Election and Everyone Is A Little Nervous
For the first time in U.S. history, an election conducted by smartphone is underway. The race, a board of supervisors election in King County, Washington, is small potatoes compared to, say, a presidential election, but the world is watching to see how it turns out.


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Jan 22, 2020

All These Extremely Powerful People May Want to Double Check They Weren't Hacked by a Saudi Prince
In early 2018, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman took a sweeping tour of the U.S. as part of a strategy to rebrand Saudi Arabia's ruling monarchy as a modernizing force and pull off his "Vision 2030" plan—hobnobbing with a list of corporate execs and politicians that reads like a who's who list of the U.S. elite.…

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Jan 22, 2020

George R.R. Martin Says Game of Thrones Could Have Ended With a Cinematic Trilogy
Game of Thrones' series finale came, we watched it, and...that was that. But according to George R.R. Martin, Game of Thrones' final season could have potentially worked out much differently had an early pitch to HBO for the series gone differently.

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Jan 22, 2020

Big Praise: Trump Says Elon 'Does Good at Rockets,' Zuck's 'Done a Hell of a Job'
While attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, a few thoughts tumbled across the barren dunes of our president's skull space, out through his mouth hole and out onto Squawk Box today. He spoke with the program's co-host Joe Kernen of tax cuts, the impeachment inquiry, the Fed's balance sheet, relations with China…

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Jan 22, 2020

The Days of Flying With Your 'Emotional Support' Animal May Be Coming to an End
Spoiling the fun of wondering whether you could be sharing your next flight with an emotional support peacock or perhaps even a miniature horse, the U.S. Department of Transportation is looking to crack down on the practice of bringing non-service-trained animals onto commercial flights.

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Jan 22, 2020

Rosario Dawson Will Headline Her Very Own Comic Book Show
She's voiced Wonder Woman and Batgirl, and appeared in Sin City, Daredevil, Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Defenders. And yet, despite that incredible comic book resumé, Rosario Dawson has never lead her own comic book project. Until now.

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Jan 22, 2020

Coke's Reason For Not Ditching Single-Use Plastic Is Bullshit
Public concern about the climate and plastic crises is surging, and more and more brands are developing more sustainable business practices to cash in on said concern. But not Coca-Cola, which is doubling down and blaming consumers for its choice.

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Jan 22, 2020

What the Bloodshot Movie Needs in Order to Stand Out and Succeed
It isn't hard to understand the calculus behind multiple studios' years-long attempts at turning characters from Valiant's comics universe into the next big-screen draw. Comic book movies can and often do make outrageous amounts of money because people like watching them. But with each new super solo movie and big…

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Jan 22, 2020

Twitter Borked Its Own Platform Trying to Fix Its Nazi Ad-Targeting Problem
Like most companies in the tech realm, Twitter is no stranger to weirdly hollow apologies. Some of the company's greatest hits happened when it was grilled on offensive trending topics (whoops!), leaking account info to hackers (oopsie!), and failing to deal with the harassment-filled cesspool a lot of us know the…

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Jan 22, 2020

Deadly Wuhan Virus in China May Have Come from Snakes, Scientists Say
As an outbreak of a newly discovered SARS-like virus threatens to spiral out of control in China, some scientists think they've uncovered its animal origins. Their new research suggests the virus is native to snakes.


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Jan 22, 2020

How to Turn On WhatsApp's New Dark Mode
It's always worth celebrating when your favorite app gets a dark mode—at least, for those of us who prefer white text on a black background than the more annoying, brighter alternative. WhatsApp is the latest app to join the gloomier fun (on Android, at least), but you'll have to jump through a hoop or two if you want…

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Jan 22, 2020

The Most Important Thing The Rise of Skywalker Reinforces From The Last Jedi
On the surface, it's easy to see Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker as a rejection of the more subversive elements of The Last Jedi—it re-litigates the origins of our heroes, dredging up a past its predecessor was more than happy to move on from. It could, if you wanted to get a little bit conspiracy-brained, read as…

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Jan 22, 2020

The Pentagon's Plan to Pepper Space With Surveillance Satellites Is Taking Shape
New details have emerged about the Pentagon's ambitious plan to build seven different defense constellations, the first of which will include hundreds of surveillance satellites that are expected to attain full global coverage in just six years.


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Jan 22, 2020

Personally, I Would NOT Compare Journalists to Sexual Predators as the Quibi CEO Reportedly Did
Just a couple of months ahead of Quibi's official launch, it appears the company's leadership has already developed a, shall we say, fraught relationship with the press and its reporting on the company's inner-workings.


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Jan 22, 2020

Surprise, a Witcher Anime Film Is on the Way at Netflix
Netflix has been singing the praises of Henry Cavill's The Witcher, including claiming (based on some questionable data) that it's the most successful series in the history of the streaming platform. Season two is on track for a 2021 release but fans may not have to wait that long to toss a coin to their favorite…

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Jan 22, 2020

Epic Will Punish Fortnite Opponents Who Signal Each Other
Earlier this week, Fortnite released new rules to attempt to curb cheating in competitive play. The new guidelines relate to a player behavior called "signaling," which means communicating with opponents. Fortnite doesn't allow for voice chat between opponents, so players use other means to communicate, like jumping…

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Jan 22, 2020

Stock Up On Gear to Keep You Warm, Save 25% On Orders Of $100 or More at UA Outlet
25% Off Sale | Under Armour Outlet | Promo code GOALS

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Jan 22, 2020

Amazon Engineer Leaked Private Encryption Keys. Outside Analysts Discovered Them in Minutes
An Amazon Web Services (AWS) engineer last week inadvertently made public almost a gigabyte's worth of sensitive data, including their own personal documents as well as passwords and cryptographic keys to various AWS environments.

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Jan 22, 2020

Don't Sneak Past This 25% Off Clearance Sale at Adidas
25% Off Clearance Sale | Adidas | Promo code JAN25

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Jan 22, 2020

A Spanish Beach Town Is Filling Up With Sea Foam
Tossa de Mar is an absurdly beautiful vacation town in Catalonia, Spain. It's got clear blue water views, a variety of European cuisines, and for a limited time only, massive amounts of weird ass sea foam.


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Jan 22, 2020

You Soon Won't Be Able to Play EA's Official Tetris Game On Your iPhone
In a stark reminder that you rarely actually own anything you buy digitally, Electronic Arts' iOS Tetris games will not only be disappearing from the App Store on April 21, but the games themselves will no longer be playable on iPhones and iPads—even if you paid for them.

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Jan 22, 2020

Legends of Tomorrow Returns With Fame, Glory, and Heartbreaking Earnestness
Crisis on Infinite Earths changed the status quo for the entire Arrowverse. This includes Legends of Tomorrow, as one of its Legends became a Paragon and witnessed the death of a dear friend. The season five premiere tackles the complexity of that situation and other major character shifts in a way only Legends can:…

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Gizmodo
Jan 22, 2020

Sure Looks Like Microsoft's Next-Gen Xbox Leaked on Twitter
Microsoft caught people with a small surprise when it announced its next big game console—the Xbox Series X—late last year at the 2019 Game Awards. And now, someone may have just dropped the first real-world photos of the Series X months before its official release.


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Jan 22, 2020

Wednesday's Best Deals: BIC Gold Box, Muscle Stimulator, REI, and More
A MuscleTech Gold Box, NIVEA bundle, cat box bench, and a USB-C charger lead off Wednesday's best deals from around the web.

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Jan 22, 2020

It's So Cold in Florida, Iguanas Are Falling From the Sky
It's cold in Florida, so you know what that means: falling iguanas. No, seriously. The National Weather Service Miami office issued a warning Tuesday that temperatures could dip into the 30s and 40s on Wednesday, leading to iguanas plummeting out of trees. And Twitter users confirmed Wednesday morning that many…

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Jan 22, 2020

How to Dress Like a "Shipster"
The folks over at Esquire UK recently decreed 2020 the year of the "shipster," a terrible personal style portmanteau combining fisherman with hipster.

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Gizmodo
Jan 22, 2020

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Set Pictures Give Us Our First Look at U.S. Agent
J.J. Abrams' production company could have big plans for the Justice League Dark. No, Hugo Weaving will not be back for Matrix 4. The Expanse is beefing up its main cast for the next season. Plus, what's to come on Legends of Tomorrow, Altered Carbon returns for round two, and get a glimpse of the final end for Arrow.…

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Gizmodo
Jan 22, 2020

DOJ Says FBI Cracked Lev Parnas's iPhone 11 in Two Months Even as It Demands Apple Backdoor
The U.S. Department of Justice claimed in a letter to a federal judge this week that it took almost two months for the FBI to break into an iPhone 11 owned by Lev Parnas, a former associate of Donald Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who has been sucked into the sprawling impeachment mess facing the White House, …

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Jan 22, 2020

Save $10 When You Spend $50 On Gear and Apparel You Already Love at REI Outlet
REI Outlet Sale | REI Outlet

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Jan 22, 2020

How to Build Alternative, Better, Social Media Feeds
If you can scroll through your social media feeds without coming across at least a handful of posts you'd rather not have seen, consider yourself in the minority. Most of us deal with this on a near-daily basis. But mass unfollowing people—friends, colleagues, family members—isn't always an option. We're here to tell…

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Gizmodo
Jan 22, 2020

A Stunning New Star Wars Trailer Heralds the Final End of Clone Wars
After waiting years to wonder if it would ever get the conclusion it truly deserved, we finally have a look at the beginning of the Clone Wars' end—and no one is prepared. Well, except Palpatine, probably.


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Gizmodo
Jan 22, 2020

Red Cross Has Given Out Just 25 Percent of Money Raised For Australian Bushfire Victims
The Red Cross in Australia is coming under fire from at least one local politician for disbursed just a quarter of the money collected for bushfire victims who have lost their homes. About $20.5 million of the $78.7 million ($30 million of $115 million in Australian currency) recently donated by the public to Red…

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Jan 22, 2020

This $10 USB-C Charger Is a No-Brainer Upgrade From Apple's Standard Adapter
AUKEY 18W PD Fast Charger with Foldable Plug | $10 | Amazon | Clip the coupon on the page and use the code ZJCHJNUA

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

Report: Saudi Crown Prince Personally Sent Malware to Jeff Bezos, Possibly to Steal Those Dick Pics
Here's another twist in the mystery of just how pictures of Amazon CEO and billionaire Washington Post owner Jeff Bezo's dick, along with sexts to his then-mistress Lauren Sanchez, ended up in the hands of the National Enquirer last year: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman may have personally infected his phone…

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

You Know We Can See the Apple Watches You Snuck Into the Impeachment Trial, Right?
The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump is officially underway in the Senate, and there are a few rules of decorum in place designed to keep senators focused on the historic task at hand. The only beverages allowed in the Senate Chamber during the trial are water (fine) and milk (I have questions). The only…

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

An Impressive Voice Cast Has Joined Patton Oswalt for Marvel's M.O.D.O.K.
Marvel TV may be cutting through its live-action shows like adamantium through butter, but its animation division is just getting warmed up. Several shows remain in development and one just took a giant step forward. Or should we say giant brain forward?

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Jan 21, 2020

PSA: Sony Will Officially Kill Playstation Vue This Month
Vue enthusiasts, it is with a heavy heart that I must remind you that Vue is headed to that great console in the sky at the end of January. Here's what you need to know.

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Jan 21, 2020

'Walking Sharks' Confirmed as the Newest Addition to the Shark Family Tree
Sharks have been around for a long time, emerging over 400 million years ago. New research shows that tropical ‘walking sharks' appeared just 9 million years ago, making them the most recently evolved shark on the planet.

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

Deadly New Virus in China Has Reached the U.S., CDC Reports
What initially appeared to be an isolated, mild outbreak of a pneumonia-causing virus in China has quickly turned for the worse. On Tuesday, U.S. health officials confirmed the first case to have reached the country—a man who had recently traveled to the Wuhan region of China, where cases have been most common. It's…

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

The World Was Supposed to Eliminate This Greenhouse Gas—But Emissions Hit a New High Instead
The world's quest to reduce an extremely potent greenhouse gas isn't going as well as we thought it was, according to a new study. HFC-23, known as fluoroform, is a greenhouse gas that has 12,000 times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide does.

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

The Outsider Presents a Perfectly Eerie Supernatural Evolution for True Crime
Three episodes in, HBO's adaptation of Stephen King's The Outsider feels a bit reminiscent of True Detective, both in subject matter and dread-filled tone. But the network's grisly mystery series have a major difference: unlike True Detective, which leans into the unexplainable but never quite crosses that line, The…

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

Okay, But Have You Tried Just Making Them Employees?
Uber is still doing everything in its power to fight the implication of California's new independent contractor law, likely working its developers into the ground to roll out product features designed not to improve driver or rider experience, but to create flimsy legal defenses against an increasingly indefensible…

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

How Much Should Tech Pay?
European regulators have spent the last few years trying to determine how much you're worth in data-beyond your email, name, and location, that includes race, religion, opinions, and even mental state. A new report by the global law firm DLA Piper has found that, since Europe's General Data Protection Regulation…

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

Why the Latest FDA Sunscreen-in-the-Blood Study Shouldn't Scare You
Another U.S. government-led study looking at whether certain sunscreen filters can possibly affect the body is making the rounds. But while its conclusions are worth caring about, you shouldn't panic, and you definitely shouldn't stop using sunscreen.


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Jan 21, 2020

Change These Facebook Settings to Protect Your Photos From Facial Recognition Software
It should come as little surprise that any content you offer to the web for public consumption has the potential to be scraped and misused by anyone clever enough to do it. And while that doesn't make this weekend's report from The New York Times any less damning, it's a great reminder about how important it is to …

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

Australia's Bushfires Have Likely Doubled the Nation's Carbon Emissions
A month ago, NASA estimated that Australia's recent bushfires released 250 million tons of carbon into the atmosphere, which is almost half of the country's yearly emissions. The fires have raged on since then, and shit is getting worse—way worse. New research from scientists with the Global Fire Emissions Database…

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Jan 21, 2020

America's Second-Largest Doctors Group Backs Medicare for All
America's doctors are starting to warm up to the idea of a single-payer health care system, aka Medicare for All. This week, the American College of Physicians announced its support for universal health care coverage, either through single payer or a public option in combination with private insurance.

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Jan 21, 2020

When Star Trek: The Next Generation Was Bad, It Was Truly Horrendous
There aren't just a lot of candidates for the worst episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation, I would contend there are a lot of worst episodes, period. It's amazing how much terrible content this show produced while simultaneously reviving the beloved franchise—there's the racism of "Code of Honor," the supernatural…

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Jan 21, 2020

Report Claims Apple Left a Backdoor Open at FBI's Request
As tensions escalate in a public spat between Apple and federal officials over the company's apparent refusal to unlock two iPhones belonging to the Pensacola shooter, a new report claims that Apple recently killed a plan to fully encrypt iPhone backups in iCloud following pressure from government agencies.

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Jan 21, 2020

NASA Wants You to Pick One of These 9 Names for Its New Mars Rover
NASA has narrowed down the list of possible names for its new Mars rover to just nine entries. And the public has just one week to vote for the winner.

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Jan 21, 2020

You Won't Find Harry Potter on HBO Max, Thanks to Streaming's Weird New Normal
You might assume that Warner Bros.' big new streaming service would have one of the studio's biggest movie franchises available when it launches, but it won't. And the reason is...well, actually kind of depressing for anyone who isn't Warner Bros., really.


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Jan 21, 2020

Lego's International Space Station Looks Like an Incredibly Detailed But Impossibly Fragile Build
There are some Lego sets that are built like a tank, such as the recent 3,300-piece Tim Burton Batmobile allowing collectors to get in a bit of play time too. Lego's new International Space Station appears to be just the opposite. It's lavishly detailed, but like the real thing it needs to be handled with care or will…

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Jan 21, 2020

Soon You'll Be Able to Add GIFs to Venmo Payments
The most annoying (or fun) part about sending moolah on Venmo is having to enter in a description. Sure, you can get fun suggestions in the form of emojis but Venmo announced today that soon you'll also be able to send gifs.

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Jan 21, 2020

The Hunger Games Pulls a Star Wars With Its Prequel Hero
Sure he's evil—but, like, how did he get to be evil? Suzanne Collins has unveiled the protagonist for her Hunger Games prequel novel, The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, and he sounds pretty bloody familiar.

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Jan 21, 2020

If I Had to Subscribe to Only One Streaming Service It'd Be YouTube Premium
The number of digital subscription services you can now sign up for is a very long one, and it's growing all the time—Disney , Apple Music, Creative Cloud, Headspace, Google Play Pass... you can rack up a hefty monthly bill by the time you've covered movies, music, software and more. But I'm here to tell you about the…

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Jan 21, 2020

These Discounted Birkenstock Socks Will Keep Your Feet Comfy (And Your Wallet Happy)
Birkenstock Cotton Slub Socks | $13 | DailySteals | Use the promo code KJBIRK
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Jan 21, 2020

Latest Rumors Suggest Even More Affordable iPhones Are Coming in 2020
Over the past couple of years, Apple has garnered a lot of success by making its entry-level iPhones just a bit more affordable, with the iPhone 11 recently sucking up 39 percent of all smartphone sales in Q4 2019. And if the latest 2020 iPhone rumors are correct, Apple could release two new affordable iPhones this…

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Jan 21, 2020

Climate Threats Are Grounds For Seeking Asylum, UN Body Rules
In a landmark decision on Monday, the United Nations Human Rights Committee body ruled that the climate crisis could constitute grounds for seeking asylum.


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Jan 21, 2020

This $30 Backpack Is So Good, It'll Make All Other Backpacks Look Like Boring Sacks
I've always had a backpack.

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Jan 21, 2020

Glenn Greenwald Charged With Cybercrimes After Embarrassing Officials in Brazil
Journalist firebrand Glenn Greenwald has been charged with cybercrimes by federal prosecutors in Brazil, according to a new report from the New York Times. Greenwald recently helped expose corruption in the Brazilian government through a series of stories at the Intercept that included leaked messages highly…

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Jan 21, 2020

World's Oldest Known Impact Crater Confirmed in Australia
A 70-kilometer-wide (43-mile) impact structure in the Australian Outback has been dated to 2.2 billion years old, making it the oldest known asteroid crater on Earth. Fascinatingly, this asteroid likely plunged into a massive ice sheet, triggering a global-scale warming period.

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Jan 21, 2020

Don't Get Caught Outside In the Cold, Jachs' Outerwear Is Up to 75% Off
Up to 75% Off Outwear | Jachs | Promo code WNTR

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Jan 21, 2020

Greta Thunberg's Message to Capitalists: 'Act as if You Loved Your Children'
Greta Thunberg is over it. The 17-year-old Swedish climate activist spoke at the annual World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, Switzerland on Tuesday where she told all the business leaders, bankers, and politicians in the audience that they need to get their shit together if we are to survive the climate crisis.


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Jan 21, 2020

Tuesday's Best Deals: MSI Gold Box, Rechargeable Lighter, Anker Truly Wireless Headphones, and More
A SmartyPants Vitamin Gold Box, Eufycam security system, memory foam pillows, and a Backcountry sale lead off Tuesday's best deals from around the web.

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

The N64 Controller Almost Had its Own Private Second Screen
Few controllers in the history of video gaming had to do as much heavy lifting as the N64's. It not only introduced Nintendo fans to analog control sticks, it also included a slot for memory cards, and eventually the heavy Rumble Pak accessory. A second screen accessory almost happened too, but instead found its way…

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Gizmodo
Jan 21, 2020

Emoji We Lost
Who doesn't love a good Google blob? From 2013-2017, these doughy emoji served a special role in the digital universe. They represented humans in the form of blobs and gum drop faces, with actual personalities. Often transformed by the type of gloves, hats, and wigs they wore, they spread joy over Android operating…

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Jan 21, 2020

Light Every Candle In Your House With This $6 TACKLIFE Rechargeable Candle Lighter
TACKLIFE Rechargeable Candle Lighter | $6 | Amazon | Promo code JLVOK2Q6

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Jan 21, 2020

Updates From The Eternals, Morbius, and More
Finn Wolfhard hypes Ghostbusters: Afterlife's approach to VFX. Giancarlo Esposito teases Moff Gideon's plans for getting his hands on Baby Yoda. Digimon's beloved animated series is getting a reboot. Paul Wesley returns to the CW...to direct Batwoman? Plus, a look at the last episode of Arrow, and what's to come on …

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Jan 21, 2020

Sonos Is Officially Killing Off Some of Its Older Speakers
Planned obsolescence is the bane of consumer electronics. On that front, Sonos has stood out as one of the few tech companies that build longer-lasting products. In fact, the company is keen to point out that 92 percent of all the products it has ever shipped are still in use today. But now, Sonos wants you to know…

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Jan 21, 2020

Buy 3 Titles, Get One of Them For Free (Including Games) on Amazon
Buy 3 item(s) Get 1 item(s) free | Amazon

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Jan 21, 2020

New Virus Kills Sixth Person After Human-to-Human Transmission Confirmed
Health officials in China have confirmed that a mysterious new virus which originated in the city of Wuhan can be transmitted from human-to-human, not just from animals to humans. The news comes after a sixth person has died from the virus and at least 15 health care workers have been infected. The World Health…

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Jan 21, 2020

Get a Free Add-On Camera With the Purchase of Anker's EufyCam Security System
eufyCam 2 Indoor/Outdoor Wire-Free Surveillance 2-Camera System (Plus a free Add-on Camera) | $350 | Amazon | Use the code BOGOEC99

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Jan 21, 2020

Gear Up For Winter With Backcountry's Massive North Face Sale
The North Face Sale | Backcountry


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Jan 20, 2020

Alphabet CEO Sides With EU on Facial-Recognition Tech Moratorium, But Microsoft Isn't Convinced
Alphabet and Google CEO Sundar Pichai recently came out in support of a European Union proposal for instating a temporary ban on facial-recognition technology until officials beef up privacy regulations.


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Jan 20, 2020

Siri Doesn't Know Who the King of Spain Is
Siri is apparently having a really hard time figuring out what's going on in Spain lately. Apple's voice assistant made headlines in the European country today for providing two answers to the question, "Siri, who is the king of Spain?" The first answer, Felipe VI, is indeed the real king of the country. However, the…

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Jan 20, 2020

Lexus Designers Draw Up Some Sweet Moon Whips
Even if NASA does somehow end up making its 2024 Moon landing deadline, it still has another big problem to reckon with: How to get its astronauts around in style. Because let's face it, Boeing's bare-bones moon buggy of yesteryear is so mid-century gouache.


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Jan 20, 2020

Harley Quinn Is Absolutely Nailing How Hard Getting Over Bad Breakups Can Be
Having broken up with the Joker in the first episode of her new DC Universe series, Harley Quinn's been spending her time in Gotham bonding with Poison Ivy and getting together a crew of criminals in order to make a go at becoming a member of the Legion of Doom. Harley's all too ready to grow beyond her past with the…

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Jan 20, 2020

Doctor Who's Latest Champions Invention With a Collection of Old Ideas
Four episodes in, and so far this season of Doctor Who feels like a major pitch back to its past. Old faces, more monsters, stark messages. It's all good and proper Doctor Who. But a commitment to bringing back the vibe of Doctor Who also brings with it a familiar problem: episodes that feel like something you've seen…

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Jan 20, 2020

Blame Your Old Air Conditioner for Melting the Arctic
The ozone hole was caused by chemicals formerly used in air conditioners and refrigerators. But new research shows that the same stuff is also behind half of the warming the Arctic experienced between 1955 and 2005.

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