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Nov 14, 2019

Fossil's New Smartwatch Is Just the Thing Pebble Fans Have Been Waiting For
It's a truth universally known to smartwatch reviewers that inevitably, a Pebble fan will eulogize their faithful but dying smartwatch in your inbox, comments, and DMs. Nevermind that Pebble bit the dust years ago. These loyal diehards are genuinely, rightfully bereft, holding on to aging devices because the other…

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Nov 14, 2019

Researchers 3D-Printed Plastic Cubes With Complex Patterns That Make them Bulletproof
The technology continues to evolve, but 3D printing is still mostly used for creating prototypes or parts that won't have to endure tremendous stresses or rigorous wear and tear. That might not always be the case, however, as researchers at Rice University found a way to 3D print complex patterns resulting in plastic…

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Nov 14, 2019

How the 2010s Changed Physics Forever
This decade marked not just one but a series of turning points in the history of physics.

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Nov 14, 2019

Add Pandemic to Your Board Game Collection For a Low $24
Pandemic | $24 | Amazon


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Nov 14, 2019

Watch Wild Fish Chase a Laser Pointer
Laser pointers: they're not just for taunting cats anymore. Marine researchers claim that at least some species of wild fish will dutifully chase a laser point on the seabed. And what's more, this quirk might help scientists better understand how these fish protect their homes.


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Nov 14, 2019

Updates From The Mandalorian, The Batman, and More
Our new Batman speaks on...Batman action figures. The Marvel vs. DC rivalry is about to get a big bump. Plus updates from Nancy Drew, Riverdale, Star Wars Resistance and more. Spoilers in spaaaaaaace....


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Nov 14, 2019

Thursday's Best Deals: Pandemic, DualShock 4, Asus Laptop, and More
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Nov 14, 2019

All the Best Video Calling Options, Ranked
We now have the technology—and the broadband and cellular speed—to see each other when we want to chat. And when it comes to video-calling apps, you've got a plethora of options to pick from on phones, laptops, and even TVs. Here are the ones we like the most, ranked.

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Nov 14, 2019

Give Your Computer a Speed Boost With This 512GB SSD
Seagate BarraCuda SSD 500GB Internal SSD | $57 | Amazon

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Nov 14, 2019

Motorola Is Bringing Back the Flip Phone With an All-Display Razr Device
Motorola is bringing the flip phone back, baby: On Wednesday, Verizon announced the debut of a new Razr phone with a 6.2-inch foldable display that flips to half size. (But not before a day of leaks.)


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Nov 13, 2019

GOP Rep. Paul Gosar Inserts 'Epstein Didn't Kill Himself' Conspiracy Theory Into Impeachment Tweets
Well, in what could be yet another seal of the apocalypse melting down and sloughing off like skin at Chernobyl, Arizona Representative Paul Gosar meticulously inserted a conspiracy theory about late financier and convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein into a Twitter thread on Wednesday.

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Nov 13, 2019

Dungeons & Dragons vs. Rick and Morty RPG Is Stupid, Irreverent Fun...Especially for DMs
Rick and Morty has returned with season four, and with it has come a bunch of corporate tie-ins. One of the latest is a Dungeons & Dragons game based on a comic book crossover series about Rick's adventures as a power-hungry Dungeon Master. It may not be the best D&D game out there, but for DMs eager to have someone…

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Nov 13, 2019

Now a Senator Is Investigating the Sexist Apple Card Debacle
One prominent software developer's viral Twitter thread, several Steve Wozniak tweets, one New York State probe, two corporate press releases, and approximately 144 hours later, Senator Ron Wyden (D-Ore) has tweeted that he, too, will be investigating the crapshoot mystery of Goldman Sach's allegedly sexist algorithm…

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Nov 13, 2019

The Best Organizers For Your Clothing, Accessories, and Grooming Stuff
I think I might like organizing the contents of my closet even more than I enjoy buying the things that then need to be organized.


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Nov 13, 2019

Netflix's Chosen Fighter to Take on Disney Is, Uh, Nickelodeon
I imagine it's looking pretty grim from where Netflix is standing right now.

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Nov 13, 2019

Pedro Pascal Awkwardly Said the Mandalorian's Real Name in an Interview
The Disney show is called The Mandalorian. The toys call him "The Mandalorian." And in the first episode, he's referred to mostly as "Mandalorian." Suffice to say, it seemed pretty clear the identity of the main character on the new live-action Star Wars TV show was being kept a secret. Or, was it?

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Nov 13, 2019

Climate Change Is Already Making Us Sick
The fossil fuels driving climate change make people sick, and so do impacts like extreme heat, wildfires, and more extreme storms, according to research published on Wednesday. In short, the climate crisis is a public health crisis.

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Nov 13, 2019

'Arrokoth' Is a Great Name for This Weird, Lobey Space Rock
The New Horizons team announced yesterday that MU69's official name would be "Arrokoth."

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Nov 13, 2019

Google Confirms All The Stuff Stadia Won't Have At Launch
Ahead of Stadia's launch next week, Google's representatives fielded questions during an AMA on Reddit about what exactly the video game streaming service will include in the beginning. The answer is, not much.

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Nov 13, 2019

How America's Most Hateable Cable Provider Could Squash Civil Rights Protections
Comcast's justification for refusing to carry channels by Entertainment Studios Network owner Byron Allen-whose channels include Cars.TV, Pets.TV, and Recipe.TV-could arguably dismantle 1866 civil rights protections, in a case that appeared before the Supreme Court today. Totally unrelated to the case, I submit to the…

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Nov 13, 2019

The 10 Best Deals of November 13, 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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Nov 13, 2019

The Location for NASA's Next Mars Rover Is Even More Intriguing Than We Realized
Satellite observations of Jezero crater on Mars, the chosen landing site for NASA's next rover mission, have revealed evidence of minerals that are exceptionally good at preserving traces of ancient life, making this an even better place to send the rover than initially thought.


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Nov 13, 2019

8 Things We Adored About She-Ra Season 4 (And 4 We Had Mixed Feelings About)
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power stepped up its game in season four, giving us a story that was big, challenging, and tragic. The Netflix animated series isn't afraid to take risks and bring its characters to their lowest points, just to see what they can do. There was a lot to celebrate this season, but there were…

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Nov 13, 2019

Lug All of Your Dirty Clothes to the Laundry Room In This $14 Hamper
Lifewit Laundry Hamper | $14 | Amazon | Promo code GBWTB3NG

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Nov 13, 2019

What Makes AI So Weird, Good, and Evil
Artificial intelligence has changed the way we roam the internet, buy things, and in many cases, navigate the world. At the same time, AI can be incredibly weird, such as when an algorithm suggests "Butty Brlomy" as a name for a guinea pig or "Brother Panty Tripel" as a beer name. Few people are more familiar with the…

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Nov 13, 2019

8 of the Wackiest Charlie's Angels Episodes
Elizabeth Banks' new take on Charlie's Angels hits theaters on November 15, and rather than wondering if it's a necessary addition to the franchise (or how that first Drew Barrymore film is 19 years old?), we thought we'd go old-school and revisit the original TV series, which ran for five seasons starting in 1976.

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Nov 13, 2019

Don't Panic About the 'Black Death Plague'
You may have seen alarming headlines today warning of the "Black Death plague" that's believed to have infected two people in China. But while there are real reasons for public health officials and residents in that area of the world to be concerned, there's no reason to fear a deadly pandemic.


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Nov 13, 2019

The Mistakes We Make
On Monday, Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi was roundly condemned, including by this website, for telling Axios's HBO show that the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi by the Saudi government was "a serious mistake," just like when Uber killed a woman with its self-driving car. Khosrowshahi then dismissed both incidents by…

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Nov 13, 2019

The Witcher's Second Season Has Just Been Given the Greenlight
The first season of Netflix's The Witcher isn't even out yet, but the studio knows that basically everyone is on-board to stare at Henry Cavill's Geralt, which is why it makes all the sense in the world that the series has already been renewed for a second season.

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Nov 13, 2019

Pick Up a SteelSeries Rival 310 Gaming Mouse For Just $28 Today
SteelSeries consistently makes terrific gaming gear, and this discounted Rival 310 Gaming mouse is no exception. It offers everything you could want for gaming, including an adjustable sensor that goes up to 12,000 DPI, large back and forward buttons, 16.8 million color lighting (obviously), and programmable settings…

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Nov 13, 2019

Promising Plant Sciences Breakthrough Could Lead to Photosynthesis 2.0
By solving a complex protein structure, biologists have unlocked a critical mechanism in plants that could lead to improvements in how photosynthesis works, and by consequence, greater crop yields.

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Nov 13, 2019

Could Antimatter Be the Portal Into the Dark Universe?
A new paper asks: What if antimatter is the portal into the dark universe?


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Nov 13, 2019

Forget Credit Cards, Google's Looking to Open Its Own Checking Accounts
This year saw plenty of tech giants dabble in finance. Apple released its credit card, Facebook just launched a Venmo competitor and is trying to get its Libra cryptocurrency off the ground, and now Google is reportedly mulling offering a financial product of its own—checking accounts.

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Nov 13, 2019

Mother Who Allegedly Starved and Pepper-Sprayed Her YouTuber Children Dies in Hospital
Warning: This article includes descriptions of sexual and physical abuse of children.

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Nov 13, 2019

Now We Know Part of the Reason the Sonic Movie's Redesign Works So Well
The first look at the Sonic movie was an unmitigated disaster. Its horrifying take on the blue speedster was so universally reviled that it sparked a wave of backlash so furious, the film was delayed and conversations about the undue pressure on its animators to comprehensively redesign the movie's hero emerged. But…

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Nov 13, 2019

How to Keep Group Chats From Driving You Mad
There you are, minding your own DM business, when all of a sudden you're added to a group chat with a bunch of other work colleagues, neighbors, parents, old school friends, or people probably, maybe going to a party in three weeks' time. You don't have to settle for this shoddy group chat etiquette—here's how to stay…

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Nov 13, 2019

Travel Like a Pro With This $100 TravelPro Carry-On
Travelpro Platinum Magna 2 Carry-On | $100 | Amazon

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Nov 13, 2019

Wednesday's Best Deals: AirPods Pro, Cast Iron Pans, Anker Chargers, And More
Discounted AirPod Pros, inexpensive cast iron cookware, and an Alexa device for your car lead off Wednesday's best deals from around the web.


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Nov 13, 2019

Venice Under a State of Emergency as Historic High Tide Floods City
The City of Canals has become a city underwater as the worst flooding to hit Venice in 50 years engulfed 85 percent of the city this week.

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Nov 13, 2019

How Manmade Lava Explosions Could Save Lives
This story was produced in partnership with Atlas Obscura.

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Nov 13, 2019

Judge Blocks Trump Administration From Allowing 3D-Printed Guns, Again
The Trump administration continues to fail at making blueprints for untraceable, undetectable 3D-printed firearms free and easy for anyone to attain. On Tuesday, a federal judge ruled that Trump's State Department could not allow plans for such guns to be posted online, claiming that it had circumvented Congress in…

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Nov 13, 2019

Save Big on a Ton of Beauty and Baby Products from Honest Company (and Jessica Alba)
Honest Company Gold Box | Amazon

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Nov 13, 2019

Get Your First Four Months of Amazon Music Unlimited For $1
Four Months of Amazon Music Unlimited | $1 | Amazon | New members only


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Nov 13, 2019

Yep, There's a Giant New MacBook Pro, and Yep, Apple Improved Its Keyboard
The good news for MacBook and MacBook Pro users is that Apple has finally capitulated and fixed, or at least improved, the low profile butterfly keyboards that have been causing headaches, and straight-up failing, since 2015. The bad news is that, for the time being, the only upgrade path available is the new…

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Nov 13, 2019

Updates From Marvel's Eternals, The Little Mermaid, and More
Get your first tiny glimpse of Lovecraft Country. HBO Max wants to turn the Point Horror books into a new anthology. Angelica Ross teases fan upset around the identity of AHS: 1984's Final Girl. Plus, more Carnival Row enters production, what's to come on The Purge, and another new look at Tremors 7. Spoilers get!


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Nov 13, 2019

The Very Best Smart Home Gadgets
The first smart home gadgets from a few years ago weren't actually very smart, but times have changed, and there's now plenty of good reasons to upgrade your vacuum cleaner, your sound system, and even your microwave, with some AI-powered voice-detecting smarts.

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Nov 13, 2019

Allow Me to Criticize the AirPods Pro, Which I Love
I've never loved the AirPods. That's mainly because I'm one of the few people whose ears just don't fit with the mostly universal design. But they wouldn't be so popular if they weren't great earbuds. So when Apple announced the AirPods Pro with different fit options and a flurry of new features, I thought it must be…

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Nov 13, 2019

Save $11 On Nintendo's Official Joy-Con Charging Grip
Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Charging Grip | $19 | Amazon

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Nov 13, 2019

How to Watch the Trump Impeachment Hearings Today on YouTube, Facebook, and More
The impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump start today in Washington, D.C. at 10 am ET/ 7 am PT. And even if you're not near a TV, you can watch it all unfold on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and more, with our links below.

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Nov 13, 2019

Federal Court Rules That Border Agents Need Probable Cause to Search Travelers' Phones
A federal court in Boston ruled on Tuesday that suspicionless searches of electronics at U.S. border crossings are unconstitutional, finding that reasonable suspicion of an actual crime is required before authorities can demand access to cell phones and other devices.


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Nov 13, 2019

So...Let's Talk About That Mandalorian Ending
If you're lucky enough to live in a country where Disney has launched its vast, occasionally breaking, and petrifyingly all-encompassing new streaming service today, you've probably watched the first episode of The Mandalorian by now. Shall we talk about it? Let's talk about it.


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Nov 13, 2019

Stephen Miller Linked to White Supremacist Sites, Pushed Racist Talking Points in Leaked Emails
Donald Trump's senior policy advisor Stephen Miller, the immigration ultra-hardliner behind this White House's nastiest efforts to villify and torment immigrants and refugees, pushed racist talking points and linked to white supremacist websites in leaked emails published on Tuesday by the Southern Poverty Law Center.


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Gizmodo
Nov 12, 2019

You Can't Watch Any of the New Marvel Shows Today, But Here's Some Concept Art
Disney is finally here and with it comes hundreds of classic Disney movies, some impressive original content, and zero new Marvel Studios shows. Which, of course, we knew. Those shows aren't going to start rolling out until late next year. However, to tease fans of what's to come, Marvel Studios did add a 12-minute…

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Nov 12, 2019

Prevent Meltdowns With This Toddler-Approved Winter Gear
If you're a parent, you know there is literally nothing worse than the full-scale screaming that ensues when your toddler loses her mittens in the middle of a blizzard, calling for you to dive head-first into a snowbank in an effort to curb the high-octave madness. Amiright?

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Nov 12, 2019

In His Dark Materials, Lyra Uncovers a Major Secret...and So Do We
His Dark Materials has no intention of slowing down. The sophomore episode of the new Philip Pullman adaptation continues to raise the stakes, with Lyra on a mission to find Roger and snuff out the truth about Mrs. Coulter. Through all the conspiracies, investigations, and ultimate betrayals, His Dark Materials also…

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Nov 12, 2019

The 10 Best Deals of November 12, 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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Nov 12, 2019

Facebook Launches Its Venmo Competitor, and What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
Facebook, a company best known for its societal fuckery and gross mismanagement of user data, has announced the launch of its Venmo competitor, Facebook Pay. A real treat for anyone looking to share even more of their valuable data with what is arguably one of the most reckless companies in the world.

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Nov 12, 2019

DNA Could Be One of a Million Possible Genetic Molecules
There could be a million different structures with the ability to store genetic information, according to a recent paper.


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Nov 12, 2019

Curiosity Finds Mysterious Oxygen Fluctuations on Mars
NASA's Curiosity rover sniffed out an unexpected seasonal variation to the oxygen on Mars, according to new research.

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Nov 12, 2019

A Brief Explanation of Facebook's Scary New iPhone Bug
A handful of folks recently spotted an unwelcome addition to the Facebook app for iPhone. Some stray swipes on the News Feed would inexplicably reveal the viewfinder for the phone's rear camera. It's unclear if the camera was recording, but there it was lurking in the background of an app that's infamous for running…

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Nov 12, 2019

'There Is a Point Where a Person Can't Do Anymore'
On Monday, we reported that dirt-cheap transcription service Rev was lowering the already precarious minimum pay for its independently contracted workforce by over 3o percent. The change wasn't even announced in an email, according to multiple Rev workers.

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Nov 12, 2019

Save Big on a Ton of Beaty and Baby Products from Honest Company (and Jessica Alba)
Honest Company Gold Box | Amazon

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Nov 12, 2019

Japan's Asteroid Probe Is Finally Returning to Earth With Its Precious Cargo
The Japanese space agency has declared an end to the exploratory phase of the Hayabusa2 mission. Beginning tomorrow, the overachieving spacecraft will leave Ryugu and head back to Earth, bringing—hopefully—its asteroid samples along with it.

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Nov 12, 2019

Intel Reportedly Warned of Critical Chip Security Flaws a Year Ago
Security researchers who played a role in uncovering the Spectre and Meltdown attacks that targeted microprocessors revealed on Tuesday a new vulnerability in Intel chips which they claim the company failed to address after it was first alerted a year ago.


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Nov 12, 2019

Microsoft Bets Big on AR With U.S. Launch of Minecraft Earth In Early Access
Just in case you forgot that Microsoft is deep into augmented reality, the early access version of Minecraft Earth is finally available on iOS and Android for Americans to get a taste of the future.

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Nov 12, 2019

Xbox One Is Getting A Shuffle Button To Let You Go Through Your Backlog At Random
A new "Surprise Me" button will be added to the Xbox One's game library, Microsoft announced yesterday on Twitter. Rolling out first for players in the Xbox One insider testing program, the "Surprise Me" button will allow the indecisive player to select a game randomly from their library to play.


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Nov 12, 2019

This Discounted Power Strip Includes USB-C Power Delivery
A power strip these days needs to have more than just a few AC outlets. You need USB, and perhaps just as importantly, USB-C Power Delivery, to easily charge and power every kind of device.


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Nov 12, 2019

The Han Shot First Scene From Star Wars Has Been Changed Again on Disney
Just when fans though a brand new live-action Star Wars TV show would be the biggest headline with the launch of Disney , a historical change is there to challenge for the title.

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Gizmodo
Nov 12, 2019

The Best Ways to Set Up Disney Before You Start Streaming
Finally, the day has arrived—Disney launch day, that is. Tempting as it was to call in sick today with a terrible case of the Mandalorian (and a stuffy nose), I'm here, and I've created a guide that will help get you started with Disney . This includes how to quickly install the app on your various devices, activate…

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Gizmodo
Nov 12, 2019

WeWork Reportedly Knew About Its Toxic Phone Booths For Months
Leadership at WeWork knew that the company's custom phone booths had elevated amounts of formaldehyde for months before it warned its customers about sitting inside the small toxic cells, according to a report from Bloomberg.

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Nov 12, 2019

Japan to Reinvent Fukushima as a Renewable Energy Hub
Plans have been announced to convert abandoned areas in Fukushima to a renewable energy hub, a scheme that will involve the construction of new solar plants, wind farms, and a power transmission grid that will feed Tokyo with electricity.


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Nov 12, 2019

Several Steve Wozniak Tweets and One Discrimination Probe Later, Goldman Sachs Will Gladly Take a Look at Your Apple Card Credit Limit
Last night, Goldman Sachs issued a second statement dimly alluding to the algorithmic voodoo behind the Apple Card's allegedly discriminatory determinations of creditworthiness, claiming that the banking giant "[has] not and never will make decisions based on factors like gender."

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Nov 12, 2019

Researchers Create a Metal Structure That Will Not Sink or Stay Submerged Under Water
Inspired by the way diving bell spiders and fire ants use their water-repelling legs and bodies to trap air in order to float on water, researchers from the University of Rochester have found a way to make solid metal structures float on water, potentially paving the way for unsinkable boats or smartphones that won't…

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Nov 12, 2019

The U.S. Is Facing a Record Cold Snap This Week
The Midwest woke up this week to weather colder than somewhere between Mars and a witch's tit. Record-setting temperatures have already been recorded across the U.S. The chill will continue to push into the East Coast on Tuesday, raising the odds of more temperature records falling.

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Nov 12, 2019

The Mandalorian Is Here and Star Wars Will Never Be the Same
I'm sitting here on my couch having just watched a live-action Star Wars TV series and I still can't believe it.

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Nov 12, 2019

The EPA Amends Its 'Transparency' Proposal to Somehow Be Even More Terrible
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is taking its denial of science a step further. The New York Times got its hands on a new draft of "Strengthening Transparency in Regulatory Science," a proposal the agency first announced last year. Unfortunately the latest version of the document looks even worse than the…

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Nov 12, 2019

34 Million Americans Know Someone Who Died Without Being Able to Afford Medical Care, Survey Estimates
A heartbreaking number of Americans know someone who has died after not being able to afford medical treatment, according to the results of a new Gallup survey out Tuesday. Within the last five years, it found, some 34 million Americans believe they've lost someone in exactly that way, and even more Americans…

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Nov 12, 2019

Black Friday Pricing Is Live On the Yet-To-Be-Released Echo Show 8
Preorder Amazon Echo Show 8 | $100 | Amazon

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Nov 12, 2019

Batwoman and Mortal Kombat Add Intriguing New Characters
Chris Pratt's next sci-fi movie gets a name change. Kevin Feige promises new characters and worlds in whatever he's got cooking up for Star Wars. DC's Stargirl has been pushed back. Plus, even more Mandalorian footage, and what's to come on His Dark Materials and Black Lightning. Spoilers now!


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Gizmodo
Nov 12, 2019

How to Get Your Free Year of Disney If You're a Verizon Customer
Disney day is officially here. Everyone has the chance to size up the massive catalog of Disney content with a free seven-day trial (don't forget to unsubscribe if you don't want to keep the service). But if you're a Verizon customer, you can get an entire year of Disney for free—if you have the right type of…

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Nov 12, 2019

Tuesday's Best Deals: BioBidets, Cole Haan Sale, Honest Company, and More
A Mr. Coffee Gold Box, Lenovo gaming laptop, camping pillow, and a home decor sale lead off the Tuesday's best deals from around the web.

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Nov 12, 2019

Photoshop for iPad Is Terrible. Here's What Needs to Happen to Make It Great
A year ago, Adobe revealed a potential game changer for the iPad that could help turn the tablet into a legitimate laptop replacement: the full version of Photoshop was coming to iPadOS. A year later, the mobile version of the long-revered photo editing app is finally here, and it's a near unusable disappointment.…

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Nov 12, 2019

Sonic the Hedgehog Makes His Second Debut in a Ridiculously Fun Trailer
Sonic the Hedgehog is back—and this time, he's adorable.

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Nov 12, 2019

Instagram Is Coming for TikTok's Head By Copying Its Best Features
First, Instagram killed Snapchat when it cribbed its Stories feature. Now, the social media platform is reportedly gunning for TikTok with a new format called Reels.


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Nov 12, 2019

The Best Streaming Service You Can Subscribe to Right Now
If any year gave us more content offerings than most of us knew what to do with, it was 2019. There were game streaming products, there were news service launches, and most of all, there were so many streaming services announcing themselves in an already crowded space that it began to feel like maybe—just maybe—we had…

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Nov 12, 2019

Sonic the Hedgehog Makes His Second Debut in Ridiculously Fun Trailer
Sonic the Hedgehog is back—and this time, he's adorable. The latest trailer for Paramount Pictures' Sonic the Hedgehog has arrived, trading "badass" one-liners for silly gags and showing off the redesign that was worth the wait.

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Gizmodo
Nov 12, 2019

UK Labour Party Hit With 'Sophisticated and Large Scale' Cyber Attack During Election Campaign
The UK Labour Party announced on Tuesday that it's been hit with a "sophisticated and large scale" cyber attack on its digital platforms but suggested that all of its data was secure.


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Gizmodo
Nov 12, 2019

Everything to Know About Disney
Over a year after it was first announced, Disney is finally here and full of cartoons, superheroes, and space wizards for you to gawk at. Last week, Gizmodo got a chance to check out the new streaming service app in its final form and speak with the team behind Disney 's launch.

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Nov 12, 2019

Apple TV Exec Kim Rozenfield Is Out Just Weeks After Launch
Apple TV exec Kim Rozenfield is out just weeks after the $5-a-month streaming service's debut, the Hollywood Reporter reported on Monday.

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Gizmodo
Nov 11, 2019

Fireball Lights Up the Skies Over St. Louis During Northern Taurid Meteor Shower
Make a wish: Cameras in St. Louis, Missouri caught what appeared to be a meteor falling from the skies on Monday night, KSDL and KMOV reported.


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Nov 11, 2019

Report: Apple's AR Headset Won't Be Out Until 2022, With AR Glasses to Follow in 2023
Apple won't be launching new augmented reality products until at least 2022 to 2023, the Information reported on Monday, citing an internal Apple presentation described by sources.


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Nov 11, 2019

The Next Episode of Watchmen Will Give One of Its Most Interesting New Characters an Origin Story
Part of what makes Watchmen so fascinating is its status as a sequel set many years in the wake of the seminal graphic novel. While that means we get to examine legacy characters like Laurie Blake and Adrian Veidt in new lights, it means there's a whole set of new people to be intrigued by—and one of them is getting a…

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Nov 11, 2019

Google Reportedly Amassed Private Health Data on Millions of People Without Their Knowledge
Google has tapped a partnership with a prominent healthcare services company to advance its healthcare software services offerings. But a new report alleges the data being used for the project comes from the health records of tens of millions of people who have no idea their data is being used by Google for this…

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Nov 11, 2019

How Disney's Imagineering Story Gives Incredible Insight to the World Behind the House of Mouse
Disney is a famously secretive company. It's so secretive, in fact, that some of its biggest mysteries have elevated into legend. Have you heard there's a basketball court inside the Matterhorn ride? Are there really full cities underneath the theme parks? In the Disney show The Imagineering Story, many of those…

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Gizmodo
Nov 11, 2019

E-Cigarettes Don't Have to Be Tainted to Send You to the Hospital, UK Case Shows
In recent months, hundreds of people in the U.S. have become acutely sick and have even died due to vaping. These cases have largely been tied to black-market vaping products made with toxic additives. But a new case study out of the UK seems to show that in rare circumstances, even legal e-cigarettes can cause…

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Gizmodo
Nov 11, 2019

Transcription Platform Rev Slashes Minimum Pay for Workers
Rev, one of biggest names in transcription—and one of the cheapest services of its kind—opted to alter its pay structure with little warning for thousands of contractors on its platform, some of whom are furious at what they expect will be smaller paychecks from here on out.

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Gizmodo
Nov 11, 2019

Here's Why Netflix Is Leaving Some Roku and Samsung Devices
Netflix recently broke for a number of users, and the error message the company provided wasn't entirely clear about why. Gizmodo spoke with the company about the incident, and Netflix offered more details about why this is happening.

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Gizmodo
Nov 11, 2019

WeWork Reportedly Wants T-Mobile CEO John Legere to Take Over Its Cursed Company
T-Mobile CEO John Legere may be considering hanging up his magenta regalia for good.


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Gizmodo
Nov 11, 2019

The Keystone Pipeline Is Running Again Two Weeks After Major Spill
After spilling more than 383,000 gallons of oil last month in North Dakota, the Keystone Pipeline is back in service. The company behind this faulty-ass piece of infrastructure, TC Energy, turned the pipeline back on Sunday at reduced pressure to make sure it's operating properly. What's more, this is the same company…

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Gizmodo
Nov 11, 2019

The Batman Just Added an Intriguing New Character
This morning, news broke that newcomer Jayme Lawson was joining the cast of Matt Reeves' The Batman. Who was she playing though? No one knew. Now we do.

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