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Mar 19, 2019

How Much Would You Pay for a Holy Grail Google Stadia Subscription
Today was the big coming out party for Stadia, Google's upcoming game streaming platform that promises to let you play games over the internet on practically any device, and hopefully lag-free.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Jezebel Elizabeth Holmes's Fake Voice Is Actually Just ‘Stupid Man' Voice | Adequate Man Bubble Tea
Jezebel Elizabeth Holmes's Fake Voice Is Actually Just ‘Stupid Man' Voice | Adequate Man Bubble Teams Belong In Hell | Splinter LMAOOOOOOOO a Fox News Pundit Really Said This About Slavery I'm Done I'm Done | The Glow Up 

Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

FCC Admits in Court That It Can't Track Who Submits Fake Comments
The FCC's public comment system is a bloody mess. Over the past two years, it's become apparent that political lobbyists, usually acting on behalf of the telecom industry itself, are prepared to manipulate the agency's rulemaking process and impersonate everyday Americans just to create the illusion of public support…

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Mar 19, 2019

Collecting Samples From Asteroid Bennu May Be Harder Than NASA Realized, New Findings Suggest
NASA scientists have released a boatload of data from OSIRIS-REx, the spacecraft orbiting the asteroid Bennu. There are lots of interesting results—and some potential unforeseen challenges when it comes to collecting a sample.


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Mar 19, 2019

The 10 Best Deals of March 19, 2019
We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.


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Mar 19, 2019

With New Unlimited Plan, MoviePass Swears It's Got Its Shit Together
MoviePass has launched a new unlimited plan, and the company seems to think it has fixed what it screwed up with its original unlimited plan. First and foremost MoviePass has learned that it needs to charge more money. It's also included plenty of options for it to impose some limits if a user gets a little too…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

After Its Utter Failure to Stop Discriminatory Ads, Facebook Praises 'Historic' End to the Mess It Created
Why did it take a lawsuit, multiple investigations, and three years of promises for Facebook to change its ways?


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

New Horizons Team Shares Amazing New Details About Kuiper Belt Object MU69
Scientists with the New Horizons mission gathered together in Texas yesterday to discuss the latest findings about MU69. This distant Kuiper Belt object—which bears a striking resemblance to a flattened snowman—is turning out to be even weirder than we imagined.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Kickstarter Employees Plan to Unionize
Employees at Kickstarter, the decade-old crowdfunding platform, are planning to unionize—potentially making them the first organized labor force among major tech firms.


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Mar 19, 2019

Apple's Big New iMac Update Makes Me Feel Sad About iMacs
Apple just announced that its iMac lineup will get a meaningful update thanks to 8-core 9th-generation Intel Core i9 processors and a Vega graphics option. This is a big deal for iMac power users, but for me, an almost iMac power user, I'm feeling sheepish. Is Apple just going to keep stuffing new chips into its…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Should Facebook Spying Be Used to Keep Kids From Dangerous Parents?
Last year, an English child protection worker was assigned a case where a mother was deemed a high risk to her baby's safety. It's the worker's job to protect the child and, if necessary, separate the mother from her kid.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

This Tiny USB Battery Is Worth Keeping In Your Back Pocket
This TravelCard Charger is simply the most convenient and easy-to-carry portable battery pack I've used.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

How the Chaos of Studying Subatomic Particles Inspired the Creation of the Web
30 years ago this month, Tim Berners-Lee penned his original proposal for what would become the World Wide Web. At the time, he was working at CERN, the high-energy physics lab in Geneva, Switzerland best known these days for operating the Large Hadron Collider. In many histories of the web, this fact is treated as a…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Hey Google, Nobody Asked For Google Assistant In Their Games
So, Google's Stadia game streaming service is here. Along with it comes the all-new Stadia-specific controllers. And on that nifty controller is a button that allows you to launch Google Assistant. What?


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Google Stadia's Only Hardware Is This Special Controller
Today, Google announced its new Stadia game streaming platform that lets gamers play games on pretty much anything with an internet connection. Laptops, desktops, phones, and even TV's with a Chromecast Ultra attached are all supported. That means there's no need to go out and buy a new console to get access to…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Scientists Might Have Found a Way to Thwart Deadly Superbug Outbreaks in Space
For years now, scientists have sounded the alarm about a potential nightmare for astronauts on the International Space Station: antibiotic-resistant superbugs that could be even more dangerous in space than they are on Earth. This week, research say they've found a way to better prevent such hardy bacteria from…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

All the Details About Stadia, Google's Huge Bet on the Future of Gaming
Google is taking on the big guys. In a keynote at Game Developers Conference in San Francisco today Google announced a new service, Stadia, that will allow gamers to play the biggest games on any Android or Chrome-based device (including any device with a Chrome browser).


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Cyclone Idai Poised to Become Southern Hemisphere's Deadliest Tropical Storm, With More Than 1,000 Feared Dead
Cyclone Idai is on track to becoming the deadliest tropical cyclone on record for the Southern Hemisphere. The storm, which struck the southeastern coast of Africa with the strength of a Category 2 hurricane last week, almost obliterated the city of Beira in Mozambique, home to some 500,000 people.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Can You Pay Your Way Out of Email Hell?
There's no perfect way to manage massive quantities of emails, but everybody has their preferences. Some people are Gmail purists, who might be sad to know that the Google's free supercharged email management app Inbox will stop working on April 2. Others are Outlook devotees, who probably get the app free through…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Into the Spider-Verse's Alternate Universe Cut Adds Some Serious New Dimensions to the Film
In an alternate universe, the Oscar-winning Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse had a different opening, new ways for Miles Morales to figure out his powers, a creepy introduction for Peter Parker, a plane ride, and even another Spider-Man movie inside the movie! And guess what? That alternate universe is real, thanks…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

The Hayabusa2 Mission to Asteroid Ryugu Just Dropped Its First Scientific Results
The Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency's Hayabusa2 mission has released its first batch of scientific results on asteroid Ryugu—and it's revealed a bunch of surprises about the small, spinning rock.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Netflix's Bandersnatch Followup Is a Bear Grylls Survival Series—and We Have One Big Question
Netflix's next step in interactive storytelling brings the format closer to bridging the gap between film and video games, as it will allow viewers to decide how the adventurous character gets through each level before moving on to the next chapter.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Silly and Cruel Beauty Gadgets That Were Destined for Failure
You are ugly, and if you didn't notice, perusing a history of American cosmetic marketing will point out all of your innumerable flaws until you feel that god has damned you. It tells you your genetic traits are unsexy and then makes you pay for it. It denies science. It racially segregates. It sexually fetishizes…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Outrageous Beauty Gadgets That Failed
You are ugly, and if you didn't notice, perusing a history of American cosmetic marketing will point out all of your innumerable flaws until you feel that god has damned you. It tells you your genetic traits are unsexy and then makes you pay for it. It denies science. It racially segregates. It sexually fetishizes…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

The U.S. Wants to Keep the UN in the Dark About Geoengineering Efforts
In the pantheon of climate change solutions, some are more fraught than others. Reducing carbon emissions? Not so risky. Blocking the sun or banking on sucking carbon out of the air? Pretty dicey.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Patreon Is Changing Again—and Wants to Do It Right This Time
Yes, Patreon is making adjustments again—as some creators have suspected and feared. The recurring crowdfunding site agonized over a relatively small change in how it does business, and in doing so it's setting an example few other platforms live up to.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Soap Bubble Theorist Is the First Woman to Win the ‘Nobel Prize' of Mathematics
Trailblazing mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck from the University of Texas at Austin has been awarded the 2019 Abel Prize—regarded as one of the highest accolades in mathematics. She is now the first woman to receive the illustrious award.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Save $70 On the Bluetooth Version of Audio Technica's Cult Favorite M50 Headphones
Audio Technica's legendary M50x headphones finally got built-in Bluetooth late last year, and today at Massdrop, you can grab the new version for $130. That's about $70 less than usual, and easily the best price we've ever seen.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

'Fake News' Bill Signed Into Law in Russia
A pair of bills that limit speech online were signed into law by Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday, promising harsh penalties for those who criticize the nation and its officials or post fake news.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Samsung Almost Made a Perfect Smartwatch, But Its Health Tracking Is a Disaster
When Samsung announced the Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch at its Unpacked Event a few weeks ago, I was cautiously optimistic. Sure, it did away with the company's signature rotating bezel, but otherwise, it was sleek, had all the right specs, and honestly, Samsung has consistently put out some of the best…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Samsung's New Smartwatch Is Almost Perfect, But Its Health Tracking Is a Disaster
When Samsung announced the Galaxy Watch Active smartwatch at its Unpacked Event a few weeks ago, I was cautiously optimistic. Sure, it did away with the company's signature rotating bezel, but otherwise, it was sleek, had all the right specs, and honestly, Samsung has consistently put out some of the best…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

18-Year-Old Arrested in New Zealand For Sharing Terrorist's Facebook Video
An 18-year-old man who shared a video of Friday's terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand has been charged with distributing the video and inciting violence. The man allegedly posted a photo of one of the mosques targeted in Friday's attacks with the words "target acquired." He faces up to 28 years in prison,…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Tuesday's Best Deals: Cuisinart Cast Iron, Lululemon Leggings, TCL TVs, and More
An L.L.Bean sale, microSD cards, and discounts on DEWALT lead off Tuesday' best deals.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

RIP Your Wallet: Instagram Adds In-App Shopping
If you've ever browsed through your Instagram feed and thought "Oh that shirt is cute but haha, thank god that's way too much effort for me to actually leave this app and buy it"—bad news, friends. Instagram announced that starting today, it's introducing an in-app checkout feature.

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

HP's Reverb Headset Brings Us Closer to Crystal Clear VR
The VR revolution hasn't swept the world like a lot of people thought it would, and though I still have confidence in the medium as a whole, modern VR also has a lot of room for improvement when it comes to comfort, optics, and affordability. Enter the Reverb. Designed for both commercial and home use, while HP's…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Elisabeth Moss Keeps Dropping Hints About The Invisible Man
The Dune remake finds a familiar composer. Get a look at the twin threat of Men in Black: International's new villains. More Avengers: Endgame images give us a look at the team's new looks. Try not to be surprised about Star Trek: Discovery's upcoming exits. Plus, Lex Luthor's plans unfold on Supergirl, and what's…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Elisabeth Moss Keeps Dropping Hints About The Invisible Man [CORRECTED]
The Dune remake finds a familiar composer. Get a look at the twin threat of Men in Black: International's new villains. More Avengers: Endgame images give us a look at the team's new looks. Try not to be surprised about Star Trek: Discovery's upcoming exits. Plus, Lex Luthor's plans unfold on Supergirl, and what's…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Anker Finally Brought USB-C Power Delivery to a Smaller Battery Pack - Get It For $9 Off
Most USB-C Power Delivery battery packs we've seen so far have been designed to keep things like laptops charged on long flights. Anker's newest, on the other hand, is built with portability in mind.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

The First Full Trailer for Toy Story 4 Gives Woody a Grand New Quest
The toys are back in town—and the world beyond bedrooms has only gotten weirder and more wonderful since their last adventure.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Mysterious Planetwide Rumble May Have Come From the Largest Underwater Eruption Ever Recorded
On November 11, 2018, a deep rumble ricocheted around the world, one that humans couldn't feel but that registered quite clearly on seismometers. A new pre-print paper about the event is now suggesting that it was caused by the largest offshore volcanic event in recorded history.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

TCL's Stunning 6 Series TVs Just Went On Sale For March Madness
TCL's affordable 6-series TVs are famous for offering every form of HDR (including top-shelf Dolby Vision), local dimming zones for better contrast and black levels, and even excellent Roku software. So if you want to upgrade before March Madness kicks off in a few days, the 65" model just dropped to a new all-time…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Banish Wires With Anker's Newest True Wireless Earbuds, Now Just $50
Anker just keeps on iterating on its true wireless earbuds, and now, you can get the brand new Soundcore Liberty Neos for just $50, down from the usual $65.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

A Bunch of Samsung's Speedy MicroSD Cards Are Cheaper Than Ever
We've seen several deals on high capacity microSD cards lately, but Samsung's EVO is one of the fastest models out there, and its 256GB variant just dropped to $40, a new all-time low for the U3-rated card. If you need a ton of storage for Switch games or GoPro footage, this is definitely worth a look.


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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

New Zealand's Prime Minister Says Social Media Can't Be 'All Profit, No Responsibility'
New Zealand's prime minister, Jacinda Ardern, gave a powerful speech in that country's parliament today expressing solidarity with the victims of Friday's terrorist attack that left 50 dead and dozens injured. Ardern also had strong words for the social media companies that enabled the shooter to broadcast his…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

It's Scary How Much Personal Data People Leave on Used Laptops and Phones, Researcher Finds
In a dusty plastic bin under my bed lies at least four laptops, six cellphones, and a half-dozen hard drives. I have no idea what's on any of them. Most of these devices predate the cloud-storage era, and so likely contain solitary copies of photos, texts, and emails, among other confidential files (porn?) that I'd…

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Gizmodo
Mar 19, 2019

Report: National Enquirer Publisher Paid Jeff Bezos's Lover's Brother $200,000 for Bezos Dick Pics
The pro-Donald Trump National Enquirer obtained nude and other intimate photos of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and his girlfriend Lauren Sanchez—which Bezos says it used as leverage in a blackmail attempt—by paying $200,000 to Sanchez's brother Michael Sanchez to hand over text messages between the two, the Wall Street…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

The SEC Says Elon Musk's Rationale for Continuing to Send Out Bad Tweets 'Borders on the Ridiculous'
Last year, Tesla CEO Elon Musk sent out a baffling tweet saying that he had "funding secured" to take the company private at a share price of $420 (which some readers may recognize as the weed number). It turned out no such deal had been finalized, the Securities and Exchange Commission slapped Musk with fraud…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

This May Be the Hideous Logo for Google's New Game Streaming Service
A Google exhibit at the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco on Monday appears to be teasing some sort of hardware related to its widely rumored video game streaming service, albeit with a logo that looks like Doritos and the wifi symbol had a monstrous love child.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

The Game of Thrones Prequel Has Added Harry Potter Alum Miranda Richardson
"Extra! Extra! Read all about it! Rita Skeeter makes move from Hogwarts to Westeros!"

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Devin Nunes Is Suing Twitter Users Including "Devin Nunes' Mom," "Devin Nunes' Cow"
Our favorite California GOP Congressman Devin Nunes is in the news again, this time for suing Twitter for what he insists is anti-conservative bias, according to Fox News. Nunes will sue the company for $250 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages. The suit also targets several individual…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Devin Nunes Is Suing Twitter Users Including 'Devin Nunes' Mom,' 'Devin Nunes' Cow'
Our favorite California GOP Congressman Devin Nunes is in the news again, this time for suing Twitter for what he insists is anti-conservative bias, according to Fox News. Nunes will sue the company for $250 million in compensatory damages and $350,000 in punitive damages. The suit also targets several individual…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Ray Tracing Is Coming to a Whole Lot of GPUs
If you thought ray tracing was only going to be possible on Nvidia's pricy line of Turing GPUs you would be wrong. Today the company has announced ray tracing support for a wide range of GPUs ranging from the Nvidia GTX 1060 all the way up to the super beefy Titan V. The 1060 can notably be found for as little as $230…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Big Finish Is Reviving Doctor Who's Infamous First Companion Kill
Despite dozens of heroes from across time and space venturing in and out of the TARDIS doors, not a lot of Doctor Who's companions have actually left via the grim exit of death itself. You might cast your mind back to someone like Adric, but the first companion kill goes back much further...and is about to come back…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

The Botnet Malware Behind Some of the Biggest DDoS Attacks Ever Just Got an Upgrade
Mirai malware, which can infect and grant even unsophisticated actors control over hundreds of thousands of IoT devices, is responsible for some of the most devastating distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks ever seen.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Semen Frozen 50 Years Ago Just Produced Dozens of Healthy Lambs
Semen frozen back in 1968 has been used to impregnate dozens of Merino ewes, resulting in healthy lambs. The Australian scientists who made it happen say it's the oldest sperm ever used to produce offspring.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

The Concourse Netflix's Bright Future Looks A Lot Like Television's Dim Past | The Muse What Michael
The Concourse Netflix's Bright Future Looks A Lot Like Television's Dim Past | The Muse What Michael Jackson Sold Us | Splinter Can Beto Cut It Out With the Punk Shit Please | The Grapevine 

Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Judge Gives Lyft Something to Worry About Ahead of Its IPO
Back in December, New York City approved the nation's very first minimum wage pay floor for app-based drivers—a historic victory Lyft undercut almost immediately by challenging the change in court. Today, drivers got more good news when a judge denied Lyft's motion for an injunction that would block the minimum wage…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

George R.R. Martin Says Captain Marvel Could Eat Iron Man for Lunch and Have Thor for Dessert
After soaring past $750 million worldwide in under two weeks of release and retaining the top spot at the U.S. box office, it seems pretty obvious that Captain Marvel has a lot of fans. Now, you can count Game of Thrones creator George R.R. Martin among them.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

NYC's New Tourist Trap Claims the Rights to Every Photo You Take Inside of It
New York City's newest luxury neighborhood, Hudson Yards, officially opened on Friday and visitors are already scrambling to photograph or mock its gilded pinecone landmark structure dubbed the Vessel.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

The 10 Best Deals of March 18, 2019
We see a lot of deals around the web over on Kinja Deals, but these were our ten favorites today.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

A Huge Asteroid Exploded Above Earth, and You Totally Missed It
The second-largest asteroid to hit Earth in the last 30 years went undetected, until now.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Get Ahead of Twitter Harassment by Checking Your Lists
Being harassed on Twitter is never fun. And it can happen to you whether you're already a decently well-known figure with that blue check mark of authenticity, an up-and-comer in the world of online witticisms, or if you came up with a single tweet that blew up beyond your wildest expectations. Or, of course, if…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Amid Flood of Mosque Shooting Videos, YouTube Sees It's Unprepared for a New Kind of Virality
The growing reality for social networks is that they will perpetually be exploited in new and terrorizing ways and there may not be a sweeping solution for bad actors. The hope is that solutions outpace abusers. This race was on disturbing display over the weekend as a horrific video of a gunman opening fire on…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Prime Members Can Save $60 On Ring's Home Security System, Plus a Free Echo Dot
Ring is best known for its security cameras and doorbells, but its indoor home security system is one of our favorite options without a monthly fee (but if you do want 24/7 monitoring, it's only $10 per month). The eight-piece mid-level starter kit includes a keypad, base station alarm, a contact sensor, a motion…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Dramatic Satellite Photos Show Historic Flooding Across Central U.S. in Wake of Bomb Cyclone
When last week's bomb cyclone hit the Midwest, it was hard to imagine the inundation it could bring amid whiteout conditions and more than a foot of snow. But the warm weather that wrapped in behind it quickly melted out all that white stuff and unleashed historic flooding across parts of Nebraska, Iowa, South Dakota,…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

We Need to Talk About this Robo-Dog Companion That Jim Henson's Creature Shop Helped Design
A company called Tombot thinks it's come up with a way to improve the quality of life for seniors facing challenges when it comes to being social: a robotic companion dog that behaves and responds like a real pup, but without all the responsibilities of maintaining a living, breathing animal. The company even enlisted…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

A Star Wars Resistance Producer Answers Your Burning Questions After the Season One Finale
The first season of Star Wars Resistance ended Sunday night with a dogfight for the ages. Kaz and his friends took to the skies in an all-out battle to liberate the Colossus from the First Order, all while being mindful that the galaxy as they know it has completely changed with the recent destruction of the New…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Fantasy Birding Is Real, And It's Spectacular
I became unreasonably passionate about fantasy sports for the very first time in my life. Not fantasy football or baseball or anything like that. I got into fantasy birdwatching.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Fascinating Experiment Suggests Some Humans Can Sense Earth's Magnetic Field
The ability to sense the Earth's magnetic field—a trait known as magnetoreception—is well documented among many animals, but researchers have struggled to show that humans are also capable of the feat. Until now.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Some Humans Can Sense Earth's Magnetic Field, Fascinating Experiment Suggests
The ability to sense the Earth's magnetic field—a trait known as magnetoreception—is well documented among many animals, but researchers have struggled to show that humans are also capable of the feat. Until now.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

This $23 Charging Hub Includes Quick Charge 3.0, Which Is More Useful For iPhones Than You May Think
This six-port USB charging hub doesn't have USB-C like some others we've seen, but it does include a Quick Charge 3.0 port. That can charge certain Android phones more quickly, obviously, but what you may not realize is that QC 3.0 is required for any Qi charger that outputs the maximum 7.5 for the latest iPhones. For…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

MySpace Reportedly Deleted Years of Music by Accident—and It Took People Months to Notice
MySpace, one of the first social networking sites that allowed bands to share their music directly with fans, reportedly lost years of songs during a server transfer last year. Tellingly, however, the world only seems to have taken notice this week.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

This Fun Fact Will Change the Way You Watch the Movie Airplane!
It's no secret that the 1980 comedy movie Airplane! is a parody. But for some reason, I've spent my entire life believing that Airplane! was a broad parody of 1970s disaster movies. And while the movie clearly took inspiration from some of those films, it's actually a very specific parody of a movie from 1957 called …

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

What's the Best Lawn Game?
You've got your grill. You've got your mustard. What else do you need to fully enjoy your backyard as the weather finally starts to warm up? Lawn games, obviously!


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Watch F1 Champion Lewis Hamilton Bring Up the Moon Landing Hoax to Actual Astronauts
Believe it or not, Formula One drivers are real people, too. They have heroes and they can get awkward when faced with those heroes, just like the rest of us. Sometimes, it can be comforting to know you're not the only person out there who brings up absurd subjects at the wrong time—sort of like Lewis Hamilton asking…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Ahead of Streaming Launch, Apple's Iron-Clad Secrecy Is Reportedly Stressing Out Hollywood
With the imminent arrival of Apple's new streaming video service scheduled for next week, the tech giant is on the cusp adding content creator to its traditional hardware-making and app store-managing duties. However, in an effort to stock its upcoming service with shows, it seems Apple's secretive Silicon Valley-esque…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

'Almost Everything Is Destroyed': Cyclone Idai Leaves Mozambique's Fourth-Largest City in Ruins
On March 15, a rare, giant cyclone made landfall in Mozambique before making its way west to Malawi and Zimbabwe. By Saturday, Cyclone Idai had dissipated, but not before causing widespread infrastructural damage throughout eastern Africa and claiming more than 200 lives, reports Al Jazeera.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

New Zealand ISPs Say They're Blocking Sites That Fail to Remove Christchurch Shooting Video
Last week, a heavily-armed 28-year-old entered two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, and opened fire, killing at least 50 in the country's worst modern shooting. Prior to attacking dozens of Muslim worshipers, the killer posted a manifesto, outlining why he planned to commit mass murder, and he livestreamed a…

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

New Guidelines Advise Against Daily Low-Dose Aspirin for Most People
Cardiologists delivered some surprising news over the weekend: Contrary to previous recommendations, most healthy people should not be taking low-dose aspirin to prevent heart disease, according a report from the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Simplify Your Life With the Best Minimal Apps for Your Phone
Life is complicated enough without apps that are weighed down with features you don't need. Make your smartphone an oasis of calmness, tranquility, and elegant design choices with our picks for the best minimalist apps of the moment—they stick primarily to the job they were made for, and are easy on the eyes.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Monday's Best Deals: Outdoor Voices, Instant Pot Mini, Curved Monitor, and More
A $100 robo vac, Nectar mattresses, and the EufyCam home security starter kit lead off Monday's best deals.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Start Your EufyCam Collection With $80 Off A Single Camera Starter Kit
Anker's EufyCam home security system was a Kickstarter sensation, raising over $3,000,000. And now that the new version is available to all, you can get the 1-camera starter kit for $80 off with promo code EUFYULMS.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Start Your EufyCam Collection With This Single Camera Starter Kit Deal
Anker's EufyCam home security system was a Kickstarter sensation, raising over $3,000,000. And now that the new version is available to all, you can get the 1-camera starter kit for $200 with promo code EUFYULMS.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Upgrade To an Eye-Popping Curved Monitor For $180
Curved TVs might be a gimmick, but curved computer monitors actually make some sense, because you actually sit close enough to them for the curve to wrap around your periphery.


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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Here's the iPad News That Didn't Make It Into Next Week's Event
Apple's online store was down this morning—usually a signal that some new products are on the way. And lo, Apple did not disappoint. Around 8:30 am EST, the store went back online and two new iPads appeared: the iPad Air and the new iPad mini.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

Updates From The Batman, Pet Sematary, and More
Production on Matt Reeves' Affleck-less The Batman could begin this year. Supergirl's surprise new addition last night will be sticking around for a while. There are yet even more murmurings about a potential Diablo TV show. Plus, get a look at Mento on Doom Patrol, and production on the Riverdale spinoff begins.…

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Mar 18, 2019

Richard Erdman, Actor From The Twilight Zone and Stalag 17, Dies at 93
Richard Erdman, a character actor whose amazing career dates back to the 1940s and includes over 170 acting credits, has died at an assisted living home in Los Angeles, California. He was 93.

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Gizmodo
Mar 18, 2019

What's the Least Useful Body Part?
We're all familiar with the flashy, big-ticket organs: the heart, the brain, the lungs. Their celebrity often obscures the work—humbler, less heroic, but often no less essential to the maintenance of a life—performed by those organs only doctors know about: the body's back-up players, pulsing and pumping in relative…

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Mar 18, 2019

Rest Easy With This Nectar Mattress Deal, Including Free Pillows and a 180 Night Trial
If you haven't bought a mattress on the internet yet, today's a great day to fix that, as Amazon's discounting popular Nectar mattresses to all-time low prices in today's Gold Box.


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Mar 18, 2019

President Trump Says 'I Don't Trust Some Computer to Drive Me Around' According to New Report
A whopping 71 percent of Americans don't trust autonomous cars to drive them around, according to a new survey by AAA. And it looks like the most famous man in America stands with the 71 percent. President Donald Trump has said, "I don't trust some computer to drive me around," according to a new report from Axios.


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Gizmodo
Mar 17, 2019

College Bribery, DoorDash Pay, and Captain Marvel: Best Gizmodo Stories of the Week
The tech world found itself embroiled in another appalling controversy when a white supremacist gunman entered two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on March 15 and opened fire, killing at least 50 people and wounding scores of others in an attack apparently calculated for maximum effect on social media and …

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Gizmodo
Mar 17, 2019

Report: Ethiopian Transport Official Says 737 Max 8 Jet Crash Has 'Close Similarities' to 2018 Crash
Ethiopian Transport Minister Dagmawit Moges said that black box data shows the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 Max 8 jet shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa on March 10, 2019, killing 157 people, bears close resemblances to the crash of another Boeing 737 Max 8 flying with Lion Air that was lost in…

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Gizmodo
Mar 17, 2019

Yoda Is a Tragic Trickster in This Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures Short
All of the Star Wars Galaxy of Adventures shorts are brilliant. But there's one moment in this one, starring Yoda and Luke, that I absolutely adore.

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Mar 17, 2019

Color Us Intimidated By This New Godzilla: King of the Monsters Footage
It's almost time for a giant monster smorgasbord. The kaiju are coming in just a couple of months in Godzilla: King of the Monsters, and only Godzilla himself can protect mankind from what awaits.

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Mar 17, 2019

Captain Marvel is Even More Alien in Unused Concept Art
Captain Marvel has two identities. She's Carol Danvers, Air Force pilot, human woman of Earth. She's also a Kree warrior, an elite pilot fighting a galactic war. This concept art emphasizes that second identity—portraying her as something fundamentally more alien than we see in the films.

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Gizmodo
Mar 17, 2019

Facebook Says It Removed 1.5 Million Videos of Christchurch Massacre Within 24 Hours
Facebook said on Saturday night that within 24 hours of a horrific attack on Muslims in Christchurch, New Zealand that killed at least 50 people and wounded dozens of others on March 15, it had blocked 1.5 million attempts to share a video of the attack live-streamed on Facebook by the shooter. Over 1.2 million of…

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Gizmodo
Mar 17, 2019

Game Of Thrones' shocking execution rewrote the rules of genre storytelling
The execution of Ned Stark

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Gizmodo
Mar 17, 2019

Ralph Fiennes Almost Turned Down Playing Voldemort Because He Didn't Know Anything About Harry Potter
Ralph Fiennes, great actor that he is, is probably more recognizable these days in sinister supervillain makeup than he is outside of it. That's because he played Voldemort in the Harry Potter series, an iconic role that he filled excellently.

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Mar 17, 2019

Anker's 30% Off eBay Blowout Features Some Seriously Great Charging Deals
While you've probably purchased most of your Anker gadgets from Amazon, the company actually hosts an extensive eBay storefront, and they're taking an extra 30% off today when you spend $50 or more. The sale includes battery packs, charging cables, headphones, USB-C chargers...you know, things we all need. Plus, some…

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Gizmodo
Mar 17, 2019

Sunday's Best Deals: Lucky Brand, DEWALT Tools, Sunglasses, and More
A sound system sale, Kindle biographies and memoirs, and a discounted Queen Helene scrub lead off Sunday's best deals from around the web.


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