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Mar 03, 2021

Polaroid Made a Pen That Lets You Draw Pieces of Candy
There are 3D-printing pens that let prolific doodlers turn their drawings into three-dimensional sculptures, but all users are really left with is a piece of art. Polaroid's taking 3D-printing pens one step further by replacing extruded plastic with melted candy so that when your masterpiece is complete, you can eat…

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Mar 03, 2021

Fast-Charge Your iPhone 12 with an Insanely Great Anker 20W Nano Charger at 15% Off
Anker Nano Charger | $15 | Amazon | Clip Coupon


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Mar 03, 2021

These Girls Just Wanted to Run; the Right Wanted a War
As a young girl in the small town of Cromwell, Connecticut, all Andraya Yearwood wanted to do was run. Born into a family that prized athleticism, she dabbled in soccer, basketball, football, and dance as a child. But one day in the sixth grade, she saw older students running around the track oval, and she was hooked.…

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Mar 03, 2021

We've Been Promised These Futuristic Space Hotels for 60 Years
Will people actually be staying in space hotels by 2027? That's the promise of Orbital Assembly and Voyager Station, space startups that got a lot of headlines this week. But there are plenty of skeptics that space hotels could become a reality for Americans who are still waiting on universal healthcare.


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Mar 03, 2021

New Thor: Love and Thunder Set Pictures Reveal Some Big Cameos
The Little Mermaid remake continues to grow its cast. Hugh Grant will menace the Dungeons & Dragons movie. Sanrio's Hello Kitty movie finds a director. Plus, what's to come on Superman & Lois and The Flash, and new Godzilla vs. Kong pictures. Spoilers get!


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Mar 03, 2021

Brave Is Launching a Privacy-First Search Engine to Take On Google
Just a few months after rolling out what can probably be called the first privacy-preserving news reader, the folks at Brave are taking a stab at creating their own search engine to complement their namesake browser.


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Mar 03, 2021

There's Finally a Good Color E Ink Tablet For Comic Books
Just six months after the first e-readers featuring E Ink's color electronic paper technology arrived, the next generation of devices is already here with upgraded color screens. The improvements E Ink has made are minor, but the new PocketBook InkPad Color has a larger screen that offers a much improved reading…

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Mar 03, 2021

12 Things You Didn't Know You Could Do in Google Chrome
Even if you've been using Google Chrome since it first rolled out back in 2008, the browser is capable of some tricks you may have not discovered yet. Google adds new features on a regular basis, while older features get lost and forgotten about if you're not using them every day. Here are 12 things you might not…

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Mar 03, 2021

Get a Mini Projector for $80 and Project Your Movies Onto Your Favorite Wall
Vankyo Leisure 3W Mini Projector | $80 | Best Buy

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Mar 02, 2021

Microsoft: Chinese Hackers Have Been Exploiting Our Email Product to Steal Data
In the latest in a string of security-related headaches for Microsoft, the company warned customers Tuesday that state sponsored hackers from China have been exploiting flaws in one of its widely used email products, Exchange, in order to target American companies for data theft.

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Mar 02, 2021

Uber Is Spinning Out Postmates' Robotics Division Into Its Own Company
After acquiring the delivery startup Postmates for $2.65 billion last year, Uber Technologies announced on Tuesday that plans to spin the company's robotics division out into a separate company: Serve Robotics.

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Mar 02, 2021

Smoke 100 Cigarettes Right Now If You Want a Vaccine in North Carolina (Kidding, Please Don't)
Have you smoked 100 cigarettes in your life? Can you take up, and kick, a pack-a-day habit in the next two weeks? Are you capable of looking a health professional square in the eye and lying? I do not condone these things, but if any of the above applies to you, and you are a North Carolina resident, you may be…

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Mar 02, 2021

Japanese Billionaire Who Bought Tickets on SpaceX's Starship Announces 8 Seats Are Up for Grabs
Yusaku Maezawa, the billionaire Japanese fashion CEO who paid big bucks to Elon Musk's SpaceX for the first seats on its Starship spacecraft for a trip round the Moon in 2023, recently teased a big announcement regarding the journey. Mystery solved: Maezawa proclaimed on Tuesday he is offering anyone interested a shot…

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Mar 02, 2021

Cuttlefish Are Able to Wait for a Reward
Perhaps the most unsung members of the cephalopods, a group that counts octopuses, squid, and nautiluses among their ranks, the cuttlefishes is left with a lot to prove. Recently, a crew of six common cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) did just that, focusing their sinusoidal pupils and collective 48 arms and 12 tentacles…

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Mar 02, 2021

'Frustrated' Facebook Oversight Board May Seek to Examine Its Algorithm (or 'Whatever')
Facebook's so-called "Supreme Court" is reportedly planning to seek the company's permission to review the underlying machine-learning models that determine which posts are given the most prominence in each Facebook user's feed.


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Mar 02, 2021

The User Reviews for Puma's Gaming Shoes Are Peak Internet Trolling
Last year, Puma entered the gaming apparel world with its $100 Active Gaming Footwear, which are basically fancy socks with a bit of added tread. But now the user reviews are in, and reader, they are priceless.


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Mar 02, 2021

The Long History of Godzilla's Cinematic Looks
Godzilla isn't just a monster movie icon, the king of all kaiju: he is a king of looks too. In the nearly seven decades he's been stomping around the box office, Godzilla's gone through more appearances than most cinematic legends ever could. From his earliest days to his upcoming smashup with Kong in Warner's W…

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Mar 02, 2021

Amazon Rolls Back Icon That Was a Little Too, Uh, Below the Nose
Amazon has quietly edited its app icon, possibly because users noticed that it resembled a smiling, err, uh... we'll go with Charlie Chaplin, but we don't really mean Charlie Chaplin.


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Mar 02, 2021

Researchers Create Tiny, Cicada-Like Drones to Invade Small Spaces
When we think of drones, we imagine massive, quadrotor machines that buzz around like manic seagulls. But what if your drown was small enough to accidentally swallow?

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Mar 02, 2021

The 10 Best Deals of March 2, 2021
Tuesday's Best Deals | Kinja Deals


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Mar 02, 2021

Software Workers at Glitch Get a Historic Union Contract
Glitch, the software company behind Trello and Stack Overflow, now has a collective bargaining agreement with the Communications Workers of America (CWA). The news is extraordinary, not just because they claim to be the first software workers to have secured a collective bargaining agreement, but because the lead-up…

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Mar 02, 2021

Mesh Is Microsoft's Vision for Sending Your Hologram Back to the Office
Today at Microsoft's annual Ignite conference, the tech giant revealed a bold glimpse at the future of digital collaboration with Mesh, a new mixed reality experience set to shape how people work and socialize online.


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Mar 02, 2021

Leaked Big Oil Docs Hint at Support for a Carbon Tax, but the Money Trail Tells a Different Story
The #resistance is growing. The American Petroleum Institute, which is the nation's largest lobbying group for the oil and gas industry, is planning to endorse levying a price on carbon pollution, according to documents obtained by the Wall Street Journal.

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Mar 02, 2021

Roku Makes a Big Investment in Better Ad Targeting
On Monday, Roku announced a new "strategic alliance" with the market research giant Nielsen, that sees the connected TV giant swallow Nielsen's Advanced Video Advertising business—and take on two major pieces of ad-targeting tech in the process.

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Mar 02, 2021

Raya's Kelly Marie Tran and Adele Lim Talk Heroes and Much Needed Representation
Disney's Raya and the Last Dragon is a film that's so different from most other movies of its kind, it didn't even have to be fully formed for writers and actors to jump at the chance to be part of it.

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Mar 02, 2021

An AI Was Taught to Play the World's Hardest Video Game and Still Couldn't Set a New Record
What's the hardest video game you've ever played? If it wasn't QWOP then let me tell you right know that you don't know how truly difficult a game can be. The deceptively simple running game is so challenging to master that even an AI trained using machine learning still only mustered a top 10 score instead of…

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Mar 02, 2021

NOAA Acknowledges the New Reality of Hurricane Season
We're one step closer to officially moving up hurricane season. The National Hurricane Center announced Tuesday that it would formally start issuing its hurricane season tropical weather outlooks on May 15 this year, bumping it up from the traditional start of hurricane season on June 1. The move comes after a recent…

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Mar 02, 2021

Merck Will Help Johnson & Johnson Make Its New Covid-19 Vaccine With Biden Push
Johnson & Johnson is getting some help to make their newly available covid-19 vaccine. On Tuesday, the White House confirmed that pharmaceutical company Merck has agreed to step in and produce some of J&J's vaccines, in order to address a potential shortfall in supply. The single dose vaccine was authorized for…

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Gizmodo
Mar 02, 2021

Cloud Gaming's Missing Piece Is 5G
When my brother and I were kids, our family took a lot of road trips. We loved the end destinations, but getting there was a major drag. We had Game Boy Colors and other handhelds, but we had already played the games we owned way too many times. Consoles and desktop PCs aren't exactly portable, so we often got bored…

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Mar 02, 2021

Sony Is Killing On-Demand Video in the Playstation Store as Streaming Takes Over
The streaming video business is booming, and while that makes it easier to access tons of content, for some companies like Sony, it makes it less attractive to manage digital storefronts, so at the end of August, Sony is disabling the ability to buy on-demand videos in the PlayStation Store.

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Mar 02, 2021

Apple Hearing Study Finds 1 in 5 Participants Experienced Hearing Loss
Apple introduced the ability to track your noise level exposure on the Apple Watch back in 2019. The company also launched three clinical research studies alongside that feature, including one to examine hearing health. Now, a little over a year later, Apple's sharing some preliminary results in time for World Hearing…

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Mar 02, 2021

Now That WandaVision's Said the Scarlet Witch's Name, Here's What It Means
In the final moments of WandaVision's most recent episode, the name that's been on everyone's mind ever since Wanda Maximoff first showed up in Captain America: The Winter Soldier's post-credits sequence was spoken.

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Mar 02, 2021

Tuesday's Best Deals: Pokémon Anniversary Apparel, Aukey Smart Watch, Insignia 70" 4K TV, Samsung Galaxy Z Fold 2, Blume Self Care Bundle, Cuisinart Cookware, and More
A sale on Pokémon 25th anniversary apparel and Aukey's Smart Watch lead Tuesday's best deals.

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Mar 02, 2021

Crank up the Savings With $20 off Marshall's Acton Bluetooth Speaker
Marshall Acton II | $230 | Best Buy

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Mar 02, 2021

Exiled WallStreetBets Mods Want to Make a Blockchain-Based Hedge Fund
As praises from celebrity investors and movie deals rained on the subreddit/memestock trading floor WallStreetBets, its two contingents of its moderators went to war, each accusing the other of profiteering off the community's newfound fame. Now, those beaten in the squabble intend to start a competing community…

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Mar 02, 2021

Samsung Is Making MicroLED TV Sizes That Are More Practical for Us Commoners
Samsung's consumer-friendly version of its larger-than-life The Wall display will eventually be available in a more reasonable 76-inch version—you know, for those of us whose homes can't actually accommodate 110-inch televisions.


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Mar 02, 2021

Someone Made a Fully Playable Game of Pong Inside a macOS Icon
Apple has always pushed its hardware as tools for creative types—not toys for gamers—but that hasn't stopped creative developers from turning Macs into unique gaming machines, like putting Lemmings on the Touch Bar, and now putting an icon-sized playable version of Pong in the dock.

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Mar 02, 2021

This Startup Can Deepfake Household Products Into Your Home
The e-commerce industry spends a lot of time and energy trying to keep the public interested in its wares and traditionally this has involved spending cash on photography: taking nice pictures of your products has typically been the best way to keep users scrolling to your page on the likes of Amazon or Shopify. But…

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Gizmodo
Mar 02, 2021

Flying DJI's First FPV Drone Is an Exhilarating but Imperfect Experience
DJI is widely known for its commercial drones that are easy to use and friendly to newcomers, as well as for its content creation features for vlogs and even cinematography. With its new first-person view drone, DJI wanted to make a splash in the drone-flying community with a quad that toes the line. The DJI FPV…

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Mar 02, 2021

Get a 70" Insignia 4K TV for $500 and Watch Ted Lasso On It
70" Insignia 4K Smart Fire TV | $500 | Best Buy

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Mar 02, 2021

Abigail Allwood's Hunt for Alien Fossils on Mars Has Begun
When the NASA Mars rover Perseverance was dramatically airlifted through the Red Planet's atmosphere and touched down on the iron-rich soil, geologist and astrobiologist Abigail Allwood was at home on Earth, watching the events unfold via livestream like the rest of us. Speaking over the phone the next day, her…

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Gizmodo
Mar 02, 2021

Get Apple's AirPods for $120, or $150 With a Wireless Charging Case
Apple AirPods (Wired Charging Case) | $120 | Amazon
Apple AirPods (Wireless Charging Case) | $150 | Amazon

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Mar 02, 2021

Twitter Launches Five-Strike System to Ban Users Who Spread Covid-19 Lies
Twitter will ban users who spread misinformation about the coronavirus pandemic and covid-19 vaccines under a new five-strike system, according to a new blog post from the social media company. Twitter bans all medical information that's "demonstrably false or misleading and may lead to significant risk of harm."


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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Apps Are Birth Control Now
Exhausted and disoriented, I arrive tempest-tossed on the shores of our dystopia to tell you the good news: Apps are birth control now.

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Mar 01, 2021

Lucky Is a Surreal Nightmare About Facing Your Worst Fears
There are cracks already forming in the carefully curated life of self-help author May (Brea Grant) even before she must confront a sudden and apparently otherworldly intrusion into her life. But as Lucky's protagonist comes to find out, even facing her problems head-on doesn't guarantee they'll be solved.

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Mar 01, 2021

Markforged, a 3D Printing Startup, Will Go Public in a SPAC Merger
Industrial 3D printing pioneer Markforged is gearing up to go public after a newly-announced merger deal with the special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) one.

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Mar 01, 2021

NASA's Experimental Electric Airplane Edges Closer to Its First Flight
Looking every bit like a winged tube of toothpaste, NASA's X-57 Maxwell experimental plane sits in a hanger at Edwards Air Force Base in California. The is NASA's first crewed experimental plane in 20 years; it runs solely on electric power, an agency first, and it's about to undergo high-voltage functional testing…

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Mar 01, 2021

Biden Warns Amazon to Stop Intimidating Warehouse Workers Ahead of Union Vote
Joe Biden has effectively endorsed ongoing unionization efforts at an Amazon facility in the state of Alabama and warned the e-commerce giant that its efforts to shut down the drive must involve "no intimidation, no coercion, no threats, no anti-union propaganda."


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Mar 01, 2021

Primates Appeared Almost Immediately After Dinosaurs Went Extinct, New Research Suggests
A formation famous for producing T. rex fossils has now yielded the oldest evidence of primates in the fossil record, in what is being hailed a significant discovery.

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Kids Are Being Exposed to a Lot of Concerning Chemicals Through Plastic Toys
Children's toys contain many potentially toxic chemicals, recent research suggests. The study highlights over 120 concerning chemicals commonly found in plastic toys that could possibly raise a person's risk of health problems, including cancer.

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Mar 01, 2021

Biden Rescinds Trump Decision to Turn Sacred Arizona Land Into a Copper Mine
In a victory for Indigenous rights and conservation activists, the Forest Service rescinded its decision to permit a controversial mining project to be built within Arizona's Tonto National Forest on Monday.

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Mar 01, 2021

Apple May Finally Shrink the Notch for iPhone 13
It appears the smallest design from Apple's 2020's phones may stick around for the iPhone 13, after all.


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Mar 01, 2021

The 10 Best Deals of March 1, 2021
Monday's Best Deals | Kinja Deals


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Mar 01, 2021

San Diego Comic-Con 2021 Will Remain a Virtual Event
Much like 2020, there'll be no crush of excited San Diego Comic-Con fans piling into Hall H come July. However, there will be another round of Comic-Con@Home in July. And this is new: SDCC is hoping to hold another, smaller comic convention in November...in-person.

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

30-Million-Year-Old Fossil Reveals Ancient Vampire Squid
The elusive vampire squid wears its red flesh like a voluminous cape. Billowing in the depths, the animal's velvety exterior almost seems to enshroud some deeper truth of the phantasmal creature, which says merely in its choice of habitat—the pitch-black, oxygen-starved layer of the ocean—that it would prefer to be…

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Mar 01, 2021

A 1990s iMac Processor Powers NASA's Perseverance Rover
As we watched NASA put a rover on Mars last month, it definitely seemed like the agency had to be using some sort of high-tech processor in its machine. Surely the rover is built on something much more powerful than the components in devices us civilians use, right? But while NASA is technically using a specialized…

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Instagram Rolls Out New Way to Say Something Stupid in Public
Instagram is expanding its livestreaming offerings with a new feature dubbed Live Rooms, which is just like Instagram Live but with up to three more people haphazardly broadcasting their thoughts into the world simultaneously.


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Mar 01, 2021

Extreme Rainfall Has Been Linked With Low Birth Weight in Babies
Increasing extreme weather events is wreaking havoc across the globe, and may be harming the health of newborn babies in some of the world's most remote and vulnerable populations. New research published Monday in Nature Sustainability finds a strong link between extreme rainfall events in the Amazon, which have been …

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

This $400,000 Folding 165-Inch MicroLED TV Disappears Into Your Floor
For Netflix binge-watchers who may be concerned that a giant TV would overwhelm their living room's vibe, fear not: The 165-inch C SEED M1 is a massive folding display that completely disappears into the floor when not in use. Unfortunately, installation looks like a giant pain—and that's assuming you survive the…

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

What's the Best Camera for Home Security?
There are plenty of uses for a camera system in your home. First and most importantly, they're powerful tools for home security. That's especially useful in the work from home era when we're cooped up inside all day. If anything suspicious is happening, you'll want to know right away. But home cameras can also be used…

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

WandaVision's Trip Down Memory Lane Holds a Fascinating Mirror Up to Its Audience
The latest episode of WandaVision provided, with the little help of a magical handbrake, the chance that three-and-a-bit Avengers movies and a side of Captain America: Civil War failed to take: We finally learned what had made Wanda Maximoff who she is. But in Agatha Harkness, we learned something of ourselves in the…

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Mar 01, 2021

Azio's Retro Classic Keyboard Is the Perfect Complement to Your Top Hat and Aviator Goggles
Board your dirigible, prepare your Leyden jar cannon, and get ready to write your steampunk masterpiece because the Azio Retro Classic is here to make you feel like a salty yet wise mercenary.

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Gab, the Far-Right's Internet Refuge, Has Been Hacked
The hacktivist collective Distributed Denial of Secrets—which recently came under fire for leaking one of the largest repositories of law enforcement documents ever recorded—is back with another high profile data-dump. This time, the group claims to have gotten its hands on a whopping 70-gigabyte dataset from Gab, the…

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Google's Latest Pixel Feature Drop Is Packed with Useful Tweaks
Google's regular software updates have become one of the best parts about its Pixel phones. I admit this month's new feature drop isn't a game-changer, but it does comes with some handy new additions for underwater shooting, the Recorder app, adaptability, and more.

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Cats Are Just as Disloyal as You Suspected, New Study Suggests
New research points to an important distinction between cats and dogs when it comes to reading certain social cues. It found that cats, unlike dogs, won't necessarily avoid people who have wronged their owners.


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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Gatorade Created a Wearable Patch That Tells You How Much Gatorade to Drink
If you thought wearable devices were limited to smartwatches and AR glasses, that's just the tip of the iceberg. In a few years we could be all covered from head to toe in smart stickers, starting with a new patch from Gatorade that can let you know if you're staying properly hydrated.

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Raya and the Last Dragon Is an Exhilarating, Poignant, Animated Adventure
Adventure has a new name and that name is Raya.

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Mar 01, 2021

A Tesla-Stan Showed Me What They Thought Was An Amazing Autopilot Save But Boy Is It Not
You may remember last week when I wrote about an absurdly hyperbolic claim of alleged life-saving from a Tesla driving via its Level 2 semi-autonomous Autopilot system; this week, I have another one, but this one is a little different because it was brought to my attention by a Tesla-stan who was very sure this would…

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Mar 01, 2021

Satellite Spots NASA's New Rover—and Its Garbage—From Mars Orbit
The Perseverance rover, along with several components used during the recent landing, have been imaged from space.


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Mar 01, 2021

QAnon, CultTok, and Leaving It All Behind
"I was impressed that it only took four years," Danielle, self-identified ex-cult member, 34, said on a phone call. This was a few days after Joe Biden's inauguration, and we were talking about the previous week of SOS social media posts from wide-eyed QAnon followers, like a TikToker propped up on a pillow, pleading,…

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

California City Becomes First in the U.S. to Ban New Gas Stations
Officials from Petaluma, California have decided their city has enough places to fill up gas-powered cars. Last week, the local city council unanimously voted to ban new gas stations, building on a two-year moratorium passed in early 2019.

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Monday's Best Deals: Apple AirPods Pro, Google Pixel 4a 5G, Switch Joy-Cons, TaoTronics Humidifiers, The Ordinary Peeling Solution, iPhone 12 MagSafe Charger, and More
Apple's AirPods Pro and the Google Pixel 4a 5G lead Monday's best deals.


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Mar 01, 2021

Lime Expands Fleet With New E-Bike That Uses the Same Battery Pack as Its Scooters
The middle of a pandemic might not seem like a great time to expand a fleet of shared transportation gadgets, but Lime is pushing ahead anyway with a new e-bike that runs on the same battery packs used in its scooters.

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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

Scientists Have Invented Light-Up OLED Tattoos
Tattoos are usually considered a form of personal expression, but a team of researchers in Europe have created what they're calling the world's first light-emitting tattoo based on OLED screen technology that, besides presumably looking kind of cool, could also serve as a visible warning about potential health…

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Mar 01, 2021

Snap a RAVPower MagSafe Charger Onto Your iPhone 12 for Just $20
RAVPower MagSafe Charger | $20 | Amazon | Clip coupon


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Mar 01, 2021

Why Does Music Make Us Feel Things?
Once a day, at least, I'll tear up listening to music. Just a drop or two, or not even a drop, just a pre-cry convulsion, a sudden seizure of feeling. More often than not, I have no specific memories tied to the song in question—sometimes I'm hearing it for the first or second time. If you asked me why the song was…

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Mar 01, 2021

Apple's AirPods Pro Are Just $190 at Woot, Today Only
Apple AirPods Pro | $190 | Woot

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Mar 01, 2021

Updates From Godzilla vs. Kong, Cobra Kai, and More
Jonathan Majors could be battling Eldritch horrors in Spike Lee's next film. Netflix has nabbed a new sci-fi crime thriller from the writer behind Source Code. Plus, what's to come on the CW's cavalcade of DC shows. To me, my spoilers!


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Gizmodo
Mar 01, 2021

The Moto G Power Proves a $200 Phone Has Its Perks
The latest Moto G Power isn't very pretty, and it's not that fancy either, but for a simple, well-built phone that starts at just $200, it's got practically everything you need. And when it comes to its name, the G Power definitely delivers, with battery life that can actually last multiple days. Sure, this phone is…

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Mar 01, 2021

Replace Your Drifting Joy-Cons With a Nice New Pair for $69
Nintendo Switch Joy-Cons | $69 | Walmart

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Mar 01, 2021

How to Switch From Old Google Pay to New Google Pay—and Why You Need To
In April, the old Google Pay app is losing its key functionality, which means you'll need to move over to the new Google Pay app before then to carry on using the service. Confused yet? If you're not sure which app you're on, or what the difference is, here's what's happening.

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Mar 01, 2021

Juice Up Your Smartphone With a $9 Anker PowerWave Wireless Charging Pad
Anker PowerWave Wireless Charging Pad | $9 | Amazon


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Mar 01, 2021

Plastic Surgeon Makes Court Appearance Over Zoom With Patient on Operating Table
A plastic surgeon in Northern California went viral over the weekend after video surfaced showing the doctor in traffic court via Zoom while a patient was on his operating table. Dr. Scott Green, who appeared in court by videochat dressed in mask and operating gown, confirmed he was in surgery but insisted he could do…

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Gizmodo
Feb 28, 2021

The Walking Dead Returns and It's an Awkward Reunion for Everybody
In 2020, The Walking Dead had two pandemics to deal with. The first, of course, was the zombie virus, which has proven to be such a pesky problem for the survivors—and ex-survivors—of the show over the past decade. Then there was covid-19, which the show's cast and crew have been trying to navigate since last spring…

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Gizmodo
Feb 28, 2021

Rumor Has It an iPhone 13 With 1 TB Storage Is Coming
If you're the type of person that still needs more storage, Apple might have answered your prayers.

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Feb 28, 2021

Federal and State Regulators Probe Robinhood Over Meme Stock Trading Restrictions
U.S. regulators are investigating Robinhood after it temporarily blocked users from purchasing so-called meme stocks on its stock trading app amid the Reddit-fueled short squeeze earlier this year.


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Feb 28, 2021

Verizon Tells Consumers to Turn Off 5G to Preserve Battery Life Then Instantly Regrets It
In an effort to be helpful, Verizon accidentally stuck its foot in its mouth on Sunday, and then furiously backtracked.

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Feb 28, 2021

Iceberg More Than 20 Times the Size of Manhattan Breaks Off Antarctic Ice Shelf
An iceberg more than 20 times the size of Manhattan split off from the Brunt Ice Shelf in Antarctica this week because our planet is totally having a normal one.


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Gizmodo
Feb 28, 2021

The Terminator Universe Is Back in a New Netflix Anime Series
He's back and he's two-dimensional. The Terminator universe is expanding into an anime series for Netflix, the first animated TV adaptation of the franchise.

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Gizmodo
Feb 28, 2021

Sunday's Best Deals: MSI 27" Gaming Monitor, ViviLink Dashcam, Star Wars Night Light, Nutale Findthing Trackers, Keurig Coffee & Latte Maker, Klairs Skincare, and More
A 4-pack of Nutale Findthing trackers and a 50-pack of 3-ply colorful face masks lead Sunday's best deals.

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

Bots Reportedly Helped Fuel GameStonks Hype on Facebook, Twitter, and Other Platforms
The s0-called GameStonks saga had some help from automated bots hyping up "meme" stocks on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube, according to an analysis by the cybersecurity firm PiiQ Media reviewed by Reuters.


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Feb 27, 2021

200,000 Buddhists Gathered on a Giant Screen Via Zoom to Celebrate One of Their Holiest Days
There's no doubt that pandemic fatigue is high. I get it. Heck, my area has restrictions right now. But it's important to remember that there are ways that we can get together as a community while being safe and considerate of others. If you need an example, check out the more than 200,000 Buddhists that got together…

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

200,000 Buddhists Gathered on a Giant Screen Via Zoom to Celebrate One of Their Holiest Holidays
There's no doubt that pandemic fatigue is high. I get it. Heck, my area has restrictions right now. But it's important to remember that there are ways that we can get together as a community while being safe and considerate of others. If you need an example, check out the more than 200,000 Buddhists that got together…

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

FDA Authorizes J&J Covid-19 Shot, Adding Millions of Doses to Total Vaccine Supply
Yet another vaccine is now part of our arsenal of weapons against the covid-19 pandemic. On Saturday, the Food and Drug Administration granted an emergency use authorization (EUA) to the one-dose shot developed by Johnson & Johnson. It joins the two-dose mRNA vaccines developed by Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech.

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

SolarWinds Officials Throw Intern Under the Bus for ‘solarwinds123' Password Fail
The SolarWinds drama just won't stop. It's a tale of Russian hackers—and potentially Chinese hackers—alleged email spying, and a gaping hole of security vulnerabilities that seems to get worse as more details come to light. Now, we can add yet another twist to the story: the laughably insecure password…

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

Great, Now the PlayStation Network Is Down Too
This has been a rough week for anyone trying to play games online. Sony's PlayStation Network began experiencing issues Friday afternoon, and the outage seems to have persisted into the weekend based on the PSN status page. The outage comes just one day after the equivalent service for Sony's competitor Microsoft,…

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

Tomb Raider Showrunner Tasha Huo Is Joining Joey Soloway to Write Red Sonja
Red Sonja has been a long, long time coming, but with a very welcome addition, it's time to get the show on the road.

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

Raven the Science Maven Has a Message for Aspiring STEM Workers: Be Your Unapologetic Self
Diversity has always been an issue in STEM. Although a 2018 Pew report found that women make up half of the U.S. workforce in STEM occupations, it also found that their presence varies widely across occupational clusters and education levels. Black and Hispanic workers are underrepresented in STEM, per the report,…

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

The Boys Season 3 Will Be a Supernatural Reunion
SPN fam, next season of The Boys is for you.

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Gizmodo
Feb 27, 2021

Boost Your PC Gaming Experience With 15% off a Redragon Mechanical Gaming Keyboard
Redragon K552 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard | $34 | Amazon | Clip coupon


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