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Sep 18, 2019

North Korea Has Reportedly Caught the Blockchain Fever
North Korea is developing its own cryptocurrency—at least according to Alejandro Cao de Benos, a Spanish aristocrat and IT consultant who serves as a sort of international liaison for the country's totalitarian, militaristic government.


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Sep 18, 2019

Foodie Monsters Eat Their Way to Friendship in This Adorable Stop-Motion Tale
Nothing brings friends together like a shared meal—but what happens when one friend does all the cooking, and then the other proceeds to gobble everything down without sharing? Tsuneo Goda's wonderful stop-motion tale Mogu & Perol digs into this dicey situation.


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Sep 18, 2019

High on His Own Supply: WeWork CEO Reportedly Wants to Be 'President of the World'
A new profile of the freewheeling CEO of WeWork reads like a loosely adapted episode of Silicon Valley.


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Sep 18, 2019

What's the Worst Band to Get Fired to?
On Wednesday, the Wall Street Journal reported that WeWork CEO Adam Neumann once fired a bunch of employees and then, a few weeks later, tried to sooth the pain for his remaining workers by giving them tequila shots and hosting a concert by DMC of the legendary rap group Run-DMC.

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Sep 18, 2019

Just Days Ahead of Employee Climate Strike, Microsoft Announces Partnership with Chevron to Accelerate Oil Extraction
Mere days before Microsoft workers are set to walk out of their jobs and publicly call on their employer to reduce carbon emissions and sever its ties with fossil fuel companies, the tech giant has announced a major partnership with two of the biggest corporations in the oil industry. Microsoft employees have…

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Sep 18, 2019

It's the Guns
Ostensibly this morning's Senate subcommittee hearing was intended to be an assessment of what social media platforms are doing, and what they ought to be doing better, as mass shootings and the monsters who commit them continue to rain tragedy on communities around the world.

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Sep 18, 2019

The 10 Best Deals of September 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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Sep 18, 2019

San Jose Becomes the Largest City in the US to Ban New Natural Gas Lines
In California, more and more cities are moving to ban the expansion of natural gas lines in a bid to prevent further climate change. On Tuesday, San Jose became the latest—and also the largest—city to issue a ban, which will go into effect come 2020.

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Sep 18, 2019

The World Is ‘Grossly' Unprepared for the Next Major Pandemic, Watchdog Finds
A report compiled by an independent group of experts claims that governments and NGOs are woefully unprepared for the next big pandemic, while subsequently warning of a "very real threat" for a global-scale pandemic to kill 50 million to 80 million people.


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Sep 18, 2019

Exposed Files Leak Details on SORM, Russia's Pervasive Domestic Surveillance System
A California-based security company on Wednesday revealed its researchers had discovered more than 1.7 terabytes of proprietary telecommunications data left publicly online, including hardware specifications for a lawful surveillance device used throughout the Russian Federation.


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Sep 18, 2019

Backpacking Researchers Accidentally Discover Grasshopper-Eating Wolf
Some of the most serendipitous discoveries about nature can be prompted by just about anything, like finding the first known venomous frog by accidentally grabbing the business end of one, or revealing a new owl species by eavesdropping on its unplaceable hooting. Or, perhaps, you might stumble upon a really weird…

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Sep 18, 2019

Duck Gifs Are the Only Gifs With Integrity
Gifs lit up Web 1.0 like Las Vegas—the torches, crystal balls, humping muppets, dancing babies, mailboxes opening and closing to indicate that you've got mail—all signaling that crimson castles, their divorced dads clubs, and in-browser spaceships were hip and exciting places to be. In honor of an arbitrary…

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Sep 18, 2019

Climate Change is Already Killing Americans and Costing Billions in Medical Bills, Report Finds
Climate change will make our lives worse in the years to come, but a new report out this week highlights the stark costs people are already paying in the U.S. In 2012 alone, it found 10 major climate-related events likely led to nearly 1,000 extra deaths, almost 21,000 hospitalizations, and an added $10 billion in…

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Sep 18, 2019

Mathematicians No Longer Stumped by the Number 3
Just on the heels of finding three cubed numbers that sum to 42, scientists have passed another important milestone by finding three enormous cubes that sum to 3.

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Sep 18, 2019

AB5, Landmark Bill Protecting Gig Workers in California, Becomes Law
The hard-fought bill that may one day give full employee status to workers engaged in the gig economy, spearheaded by companies like Uber, Lyft, and DoorDash, has finally been signed into law by the office of California's Governor Gavin Newsom.

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Sep 18, 2019

So, What Can a Force Ghost Do?
In the mythos of Star Wars' cosmic energies, the ability to exist after death as a Force Ghost is one of the most rare and powerful abilities a wielder of the Force can master. Or rather, attempt to master. Because if anything, despite its importance to the Star Wars saga at large, what we think we know about Force…

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Sep 18, 2019

Prime Credit Card Holders Can Upgrade to ExOfficio Underwear With 15% Cash Back
15% Back On ExOfficio Underwear With Amazon Prime Credit Card | Amazon | Must be shipped and sold by Amazon.com directly

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Sep 18, 2019

Get Up To $200 Back on These Samsung QLED TVs With Your Prime Credit Card
Samsung QN65Q60RAFXZA Flat 65-Inch QLED 4K Q60 Series Ultra HD Smart TV | $1,198 | Amazon

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Sep 18, 2019

Exercise Might Help Protect the Aging Brain From Alzheimer's, Study Suggests
People at high risk for Alzheimer's disease may be able to slow down the atrophy of their brains through regular aerobic exercise, a new study has found. The findings are a spot of good news for dealing with a disease that has proven seemingly impossible to treat.

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Sep 18, 2019

Link's Awakening Dreamer Edition and Amiibo Are Back In Stock, If You Hurry
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Sep 18, 2019

How Did Drones Take Out 5 Percent Of The World's Oil Supply?
On September 14, some as-yet officially unknown perpetrators launched a complex attack on Saudi Arabian oil facilities. The attack was apparently carried out by drones, cruise missiles, or both. It cut Saudi Arabia's oil exports by half, a big deal considering the country supplies 10 percent of all oil worldwide.…

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Sep 18, 2019

The Best Suede Sneakers In Your Price Range
Do you remember that scene in The Devil Wears Prada when Miranda Priestley looks at two nearly identical turquoise belts and the assistant holding them murmurs, "I know, they're so different," only for Andy to laugh and that sets off the whole monologue about cerulean?


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Sep 18, 2019

Farmers and Ranchers Just Came Together to Support the Green New Deal
A national coalition of some 10,000 farmers and ranchers have come together to support a Green New Deal. Some members came together outside the Capitol on Wednesday to announce the launch of Farmers and Ranchers for a Green New Deal. The group will lobby Congress, educate consumers, and work with communities to ensure…

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Sep 18, 2019

A Peek Into the Soviet Computer Revolution
One of the largest and coolest collections of Soviet computers in the world resides in an apartment complex in Mariupol, Ukraine. Dmitriy Cherepanov started Club 8-bit with a small collection of computers built when the Soviet bloc was crafting its own personal computers.

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Sep 18, 2019

A Black Lady Sketch Show's Post-Apocalyptic Backdrop Is Its Best Joke
HBO's A Black Lady Sketch Show is exactly what its title tells you it is: a sketch comedy show centering and spotlighting a group of black, women comedians as they and a ridiculously impressive cast of guest stars act a damned fool in a variety of wild scenes. But in between the jokes and impressions, A Black Lady…

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Sep 18, 2019

Man Accused of Using Drone to Airdrop Explosives Onto Ex-Girlfriend's Property
Prosecutors have accused an autoworker of using a drone to drop bombs on his ex-girlfriend's home in Washington Township, Pennsylvania.


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Sep 18, 2019

Wednesday's Best Deals: $120 Surround Sound, Kate Spade Surprise Sale, LEGO Saturn V Apollo, and More
A Kyoku Daimyo 8" Damascus Chef's Knife, a Surprise Sale at Kate Spade, and LEGO Saturn V Apollo lead off Wednesday's best deals from around the web.



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Sep 18, 2019

Facebook Partners With Ray-Ban to Help Make Its Smart Glasses Happen: Report
Hoping to avoid the failure that was the consumer version of Google Glass, Facebook has teamed up with Luxottica, the parent company of brands like Ray-Ban, to help with the development of its own augmented reality glasses, sources told CNBC. But it could still be at least three years before Facebook's smart specs…

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Sep 18, 2019

A Huge Experiment Has 'Weighed' the Tiny Neutrino, a Particle That Passes Right Through Matter
An experiment nearly two decades in the making has finally unveiled its measurements of the mass of the universe's most abundant matter particle: the neutrino.

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Sep 18, 2019

9 Uses for Google Maps Street View Besides Checking Out Your Old Neighborhood
Street View has been with us since 2007, allowing us to spy on our old neighborhoods, see our front door on the internet, and generally travel the globe without getting up from the sofa. This ever-expanding digital library of locations has more uses than you might realize—and here we've listed some of our favorites.


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Sep 18, 2019

9 Uses for Street View Besides Checking Out Your Old Neighborhood
Street View has been with us since 2007, allowing us to spy on our old neighborhoods, see our front door on the internet, and generally travel the globe without getting up from the sofa. This ever-expanding digital library of locations has more uses than you might realize—and here we've listed some of our favorites.


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Sep 18, 2019

Jamie Lee Curtis Teases Familiar Faces and Traumas for Halloween Kills and Halloween Ends
Sony teases that "famous people" want to do a remake of The Princess Bride. No, Rihanna has not been cast as Batman's Poison Ivy, but she'd like to be. Plus, production wraps on The Invisible Man, what to expect when The Flash and Van Helsing return, and another batch of footage from Maleficent: Mistress of Evil.…

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Sep 18, 2019

The New Bluetooth Sonos Feels Like a Time Warp
You don't need the new Sonos Move. It's a $400 Sonos speaker that sounds an awful lot like a $180 Sonos speaker but with the added benefit of being portable. You can pick it up and carry it around. If you wander away from your wifi, no problem! The Move is the first Sonos that can stream music over a Bluetooth…

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Sep 18, 2019

HP Is Trying to Reinvent the Business Laptop With the Elite Dragonfly
While the typical business laptops often get the job done, they're usually heavy, ugly, and generally hard to love, which exactly what HP is trying to address with the new Elite Dragonfly.

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Sep 18, 2019

Upgrade to Kyoku's Stunning Japanese Chef's Knife For $20 Off
Kyoku Daimyo 8" Damascus Steel Chef's Knife | $80 | Amazon | Promo code KYOKUGOA

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Sep 18, 2019

Facebook Launches Three New Portal Devices No One Asked For
Last year, Facebook launched Portal, its first hardware device, to tepid reviews. Today, Facebook is proving it can't take a hint and is announcing three new Portal products: the Portal Mini, Portal TV, and a redesigned Portal.

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Sep 18, 2019

Turn Any Wall Into a TV With Anker's Awesome 1080p Projector, Now Just $155 For Our Readers
Update: Working now with promo code KINJAPM2!

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Sep 18, 2019

Give Your Favorite NASA Nerd LEGO's Stunning Saturn V Apollo Set For $20 Off
LEGO Saturn V Apollo | $100 | Amazon

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Sep 18, 2019

President Trump's Stupid Border Wall Could Destroy 22 Archaeological Sites According to New Report
President Donald Trump's wall along the U.S.-Mexico border could destroy 22 archaeological sites in Arizona, according to a new report produced by the National Park Service. The report was obtained by the Washington Post through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request but its findings may not matter to government…

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Sep 18, 2019

Donald Trump Swoops in to Save Us All From the Tyranny of Cleaner Cars That Use Less Gas
Donald Trump, fresh off moving to eviscerate lightbulb efficiency standards he thinks will make him look too orange and declaring war on the world's largest intact temperate rainforest, is reportedly set to revoke California's ability to regulate vehicle emissions.

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Sep 18, 2019

India Bans E-Cigs as Juul Sales Are Mysteriously Halted in China
India this week moved to ban e-cigarettes in a move that will see illegal use of the products punishable by up to three years in prison for repeat offenses. Separately, a mysterious halt on Juul sales in China comes just days after the devices were introduced to the market. All the while, lawmakers in the U.S. are…

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Sep 17, 2019

Snapchat Is Once Again Pivoting Back to News
Snap, parent company of Snapchat, is trying to do the whole social media platform tries to lure journalistic outfits into producing content for them thing again, per a report in the Information on Tuesday.


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Sep 17, 2019

Vaping Flavorpocalypse Comes to New York as State Health Authorities Order Emergency Ban
The New York state Department of Health's Public Health and Health Planning Council approved an emergency ban of all vaping products with flavors other than tobacco or menthol—and have doubtless started a mad rush on mint, mango, creme, and countless other types of vape juice—amid skyrocketing teen use and hundreds of…

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Sep 17, 2019

Shocking Breaking News! Lord of the Rings TV Show to Film in New Zealand
Amazon Studios just announced the filming location for its upcoming Lord of the Rings prequel show. And after searching far and wide it settled on...drumroll please...New Zealand!

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Sep 17, 2019

Lawsuit Alleges Lyft Driver Kidnapped Brooklyn Woman at Gunpoint and Gang-Raped Her
In a lawsuit filed today in California, a woman alleges that her Lyft ride home from a Brooklyn bar became a nightmare as the driver kidnapped her at gunpoint and drove her far outside their intended route, across state lines into New Jersey, where she alleges she was gang-raped by the driver and at least two other…

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Sep 17, 2019

U.S. Air Force Warns an American and Russian Satellite May Collide Overnight
Earlier today, the private American firm Bigelow Aerospace was notified by the U.S. Air Force that its Genesis II spacecraft has a slim chance of smashing into a dead Russian spy satellite.


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Sep 17, 2019

U.S. Air Force Warns There's a Chance an American and Russian Satellite Could Collide Overnight
Earlier today, the private American firm Bigelow Aerospace was notified by the U.S. Air Force that its Genesis II spacecraft has a slim chance of smashing into a dead Russian spy satellite.


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Sep 17, 2019

The Biggest Volcano on Jupiter's Molten Moon Io Is Likely to Erupt at Any Moment
Observational data collected over the years suggests the largest volcano on Jupiter's moon Io—the most geologically active object in the Solar System—will erupt in mid-September, which is pretty much any moment now.

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Sep 17, 2019

The 10 Best Deals of September 17, 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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Sep 17, 2019

With Senate Inquiry Looming, Facebook Scrambles to Look Busy
"There's been a general feeling from the platform companies of kind of playing rope-a-dope with the Congress," Senator Ed Markey told a small audience gathered in the Federal Election Commission's headquarters around 9am this morning. Four hours later, Markey's well-informed inference was proven true yet again when…

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Sep 17, 2019

Yet Another Person Has Died From Mystery Vaping Illness, Bringing Reported Death Toll to 7
As people continue to debate the causes of an acute lung illness linked to vaping—and the actions needed to stop it—victims are still dying. On Monday, health officials in Tulare County, California reported that a resident died after developing lung injuries linked to vaping. The death marks the seventh similar…

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Sep 17, 2019

DOJ Sues for All of Edward Snowden's Book Profits
Just when he thinks he's out, they pull him back in. On Tuesday, the U.S. Department of Justice announced new legal action against exiled NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. The DOJ hopes to recover any profits he makes from the sale of his new book.


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Sep 17, 2019

Is Tinder About to Become the Horniest Streaming Service?
Tinder is reportedly getting into the streaming game with its sights on helping pair you up with prospective dates.

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Sep 17, 2019

Navy Says Yes, Those ‘Unidentified Aerial Phenomena' Videos Are Real
Over a year after videos were released showing the public what appeared to be footage of UFOs captured by Navy pilots who exchanged astonished commentary, a Navy official has reportedly released a statement confirming that the videos do in fact depict "unexplained aerial phenomena."

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Sep 17, 2019

An Indigenous Group Famous for Its Heart Health Started Using Cooking Oil—and Began Gaining Weight
A group of indigenous people in Bolivia are famous for their healthy hearts, but a new study shows that they are experiencing higher rates of obesity after the introduction of processed cooking oils to their diet.

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Sep 17, 2019

8 Cool Details About Making The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance From Its Incredible Documentary
A wonderful thing happens when you roll the credits on the final episode of The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance: you've finished watching one of the best TV shows of the year. But then another wonderful thing happens: The Crystal Calls, an almost hour-and-a-half long making-of documentary, immediately queues up.


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Sep 17, 2019

Wild New Theory Blames a Disintegrating Moon for Star's Mysterious Dimming
Of the nearly 1 million stars chronicled by the Kepler telescope, few have captured as much attention as KIC 8462852, otherwise known as Boyajian's Star. New research suggests its sporadic dimming is not caused by swarms of comets or an alien megastructure, but rather an abandoned exomoon caught in the throes of…

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Sep 17, 2019

Criminal Gangs Are Behind the Destruction of the Brazilian Amazon
Criminals, violence, and illegal activity drive deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon, according to a new report. This is a brutal reminder that the people setting the Amazon rainforest on fire will do so at any cost—even human life.

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Sep 17, 2019

Developers Cash In By Selling Their Switch Games For Pennies
Every few days, I tap the eShop icon on my Nintendo Switch. I'll look at the new games released that week, but honestly, I just want to see what's on sale. I especially want to see what's really on sale.


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Sep 17, 2019

How Does the New Interstellar Object Differ From 'Oumuamua?
The second interstellar object on record has visited our solar system, according to astronomical observations made in recent week. But how does this new visitor differ from ‘Oumuamua, the first interstellar object?

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Sep 17, 2019

Anyone Can Look at Millions of Americans' Medical Images and Data, Report Finds
It turns out that anyone with basic computing skills and an internet connection can access millions of private medical images and data—such as MRIs, X-rays, and CT scans—as well as a buffet of valuable private info, according to a disturbing report from ProPublica.

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Sep 17, 2019

NBC Might As Well Have Named It Penis TV
NBCUniversal has officially released the name of its new service, and it is far worse than any variation on "plus" or "TV." Folks, the name is Peacock.

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Sep 17, 2019

Tesla May Have Already Crushed Porsche's EV Nürburgring Time
The race for the fastest electric sedan around the Nürburgring maybe just got a hell of a lot more interesting. In August, Porsche's first foray into EVs, the Taycan Turbo S, nailed a 7:42 lap time, winning the crown for quickest four-door electric around the storied track. Then Elon Musk and Tesla showed up. Now what…

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Sep 17, 2019

Lenovo's New Avengers Augmented Reality Game Is a Glitchy Glimpse into a Future Past
For the past few years, hardware manufacturers and game studios have been valiantly trying to sell the public on the idea of virtual and augmented reality being a core aspect of the future of gaming. Their efforts have been in vain for the most part because, outside of hyper-controlled environments, entry-level gaming…

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Sep 17, 2019

'Mass Explosion' of Bull Semen After Fire at Genetics Lab
A fire in an Australian genetics laboratory has caused 100 cryogenic cylinders containing bull semen to explode, destroying thousands of dollars worth of semen stock, according to Australian news outlets.


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Sep 17, 2019

Don't Sit on This $53 Adjustable Standing Desk Deal
Halter ED-257 Adjustable Standing Desk | $53 in Black, $60 in Cherry | Amazon


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Sep 17, 2019

Tuesday's Best Deals: 44-Drawer Organizer, Flash Storage Blowout, Taco Holder, and More
An Akro-Mils 44 Drawer Hardware Cabinet, a PNY Gold Box, and an

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Sep 17, 2019

Dell XPS 15 Review: A Really Good Laptop for Almost Everything
There's nothing like a trial by fire. So on my latest trip, I left my regular work laptop at home and grabbed the recently refreshed

Gizmodo
Sep 17, 2019

Forget Tide Pens: Shout Wipes Are Where It's At
I would apologize for the weirdness I'm about to subject you to, but you're here reading a cleaning column so perhaps the time for apologies is behind us.


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Sep 17, 2019

General Mills Recalls Gold Medal Flour Over E. Coli Concerns
General Mills has issued a voluntary recall of Gold Medal Unbleached All Purpose Flour after the company found E. coli during a quality control check, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

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Sep 17, 2019

The Best Apps for Spending Less Time on Your Phone
Are you, maybe, perhaps, spending too much time staring at your phone? Those minutes spent scrolling through social media feeds and beating your latest high scores can really add up, and before you know it, you're losing hours a week you could be spending more productively. These apps will help you strike a balance.


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Sep 17, 2019

The Man Behind Mr. Robot Is Bringing Battlestar Galactica Back [Updated]
All of this has happened before, and all of this will happen again. Because literally, that's what they're doing, they're rebooting Battlestar Galactica again.


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Sep 17, 2019

The Man Behind Mr. Robot Is Rebooting Battlestar Galactica
All of this has happened before, and all of this will happen again. Because literally, that's what they're doing, they're rebooting Battlestar Galactica again.


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Sep 17, 2019

Another Familiar Face Confirms Their Return for Ghostbusters 2020
Danny Trejo is willing to direct Machete Kills' spacebound sequel himself if necessary. Andy Muschietti is working on and adaptation of Stephen King's The Jaunt. Showtime has dropped Lin-Manuel Miranda's Kingkiller Chronicles adaptation. Plus, Jon Favreau wants to do a new Star Wars Holiday Special, and the Scooby…

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Sep 17, 2019

Now You Can Easily Sync All Your Philips Hue Lights With Your TV
With the Play HDMI Sync Box Philips Hue users can finally sync all their lights to their TVs. One of the dreams of having smart lights is being able to sync those lights with whatever movie or TV show you're watching to create a symphony of light and sound. However, for people with Philips Hue smart lights, the main…

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Sep 17, 2019

Now You Can Easily Sync Your Philips Hue Lights With Your TV
With the Play HDMI Sync Box Philips Hue users can finally sync their lights to their TVs. One of the dreams of having smart lights is being able to sync those lights with whatever movie or TV show you're watching to create a symphony of light and sound. However, for people with Philips Hue smart lights, the main…

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Sep 17, 2019

How to Work Around Windows 10's Latest Update Issues
Here we go again. The timeline is a bit messy, so try to stay with us on this one. Microsoft released a Windows update last week to fix a bug from a previous patch that was causing unexpected CPU spikes, killing users' performance on their desktops and laptops. This patch came with some annoying bugs of its own, which…

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Sep 17, 2019

This Artist Paints Endangered Animals to Remind Us What We're Fighting For
Alexis Kandra has been drawing animals for years, but she never drew them with a moral message. They served as symbols—for danger, peace, or mystery. Kandra, a contemporary artist, is now painting animals to help raise awareness about their impending probable doom.

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Sep 17, 2019

Get a Clean Bottom For a Rock Bottom Price
BioBidet Slim Edge Bidet | $26 | Amazon

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Sep 17, 2019

Securely Store All of Your Outdoor Gear With This Discounted Sterilite Footlocker
Sterilite Footlocker | $20 | Walmart

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Sep 17, 2019

Save $20 On Anker's High-End, 30 Watt, App-Enabled Soundcore Motion Speaker
This isn't your typical soda can-sized Bluetooth speaker that can sort-of fill a medium-sized room with sound. No, the Anker Soundcore Motion is a 30W behemoth. An absolute unit. And with Hi-Res audio certification, it isn't just loud; it sounds great too.


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Sep 17, 2019

Today's PNY Gold Box Is Here For All of Your Storage Needs
PNY Gold Box | Amazon

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Sep 17, 2019

Apple Says It Would Rather Not Pay $14.3 Billion in Back Taxes to the EU
The European Union has ordered Apple to pay roughly $14.3 billion (13 billion euros) to cover back taxes the EU says is owed to Ireland. But Apple is putting up a fight and said the tax bill "defies reality and common sense" in a new statement to a European court this morning.


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Sep 17, 2019

Reports: WeWork to Delay IPO Amid Suspicion It Is Not Actually a Tech Company Worth $47 Billion
Whatever the hell coworking space firm WeWork is—tech company or just a cult-like real estate venture that happens to offer kombucha on tap and desperately wants to be viewed as a tech company—it may not be going public anytime soon.


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Sep 16, 2019

Uhh, Part of the Facility Where Russia Stores Smallpox and Ebola Exploded
?????! An explosion at Russia's State Research Centre of Virology and Biotechnology (Vector) resulted in a fire, glass blown out throughout the building, and one worker suffering third degree burns on Monday, according to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists. Vector is one of the only two places in the world where live…

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Sep 16, 2019

Leaked Slide Shows Google to Add Stadia Support, Launch 'Hero Device' for Android TV in 2020
Google is planning on rolling out a bevy of new features for its Android TV platform in the coming years, including its much-awaited Stadia game streaming service, according to a leak on XDA Developers.

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Sep 16, 2019

Disney's New Bedtime Hotline for Kids Lets Yoda Creep You the Hell Out Before Sleeping
As another reminder of Disney owning a good chunk of the things we love, the company's newly relaunched, limited time Bedtime Hotline service has added some characters from its most popular acquisitions. One of them I feel maybe has kind of the opposite effect of putting your kids to peaceful sleep, though.


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Sep 16, 2019

Netflix Reportedly Pays More Than $500 Million for Seinfeld, but It's Missing Hulu's Killer Feature
Netflix announced this week that it's managed to nab all 180 episodes of Seinfeld from streaming rival Hulu, adding that the series will be coming to the platform globally beginning in 2021. Unfortunately for Seinfeld fans, however, Netflix is missing one of Hulu's best features for streaming the series.

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Sep 16, 2019

Genetically Modified Mosquitoes Are Breeding in Brazil, Despite Biotech Firm's Assurances to the Contrary
An experimental trial to reduce the number of mosquitoes in a Brazilian town by releasing genetically modified mosquitoes has not gone as planned. Traces of the mutated insects have been detected in the natural population of mosquitoes, which was never supposed to happen.

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

Amazon Reportedly Changed Its Algorithm to Favor Most Profitable Products, Including Its Own
Despite internal opposition, Amazon has changed its search algorithms to prioritize listings that translate into bigger profits for the company—including its own private label goods, according to a Wall Street Journal exclusive.

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

The 10 Best Deals of September 16, 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
Sep 16, 2019

The Hole in the Ozone Layer Is Being Super Weird—but in a Good Way
‘Tis the season for the hole in the ozone layer to undergo its annual growth spurt in the skies high above Antarctica. It's still early days, but scientists say this year's version is behaving unusually and that it has the potential to be the smallest hole observed in over three decades.


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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

The 20 Wildest, Coolest, and Most Unique Films We Can't Wait to See at Fantastic Fest 2019
It's that time of year when some of the most insane, original, and glorious genre films in the world descend upon Austin, Texas for Fantastic Fest, one of the world's foremost genre film festivals. Over the past 15 years, some incredible films have played Fantastic Fest (see some previous coverage at these links) and…

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

Elon Musk: I Was Using the Other Definition of 'Pedo Guy,' You See
It's a common misconception that words have meaning—specifically that "pedo guy," for all intents and purposes, would refer to a man (guy) who harbors or acts on sexual attraction towards children (pedophile.) In this simple confusion of terms, you would be excusably but insurmountably wrong, argues Elon Musk in a…

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

Big, Beefy Switch Controllers For Big, Beefy Hands
Joy-Cons are small. They are designed so that Switch can be a sleek, nearly-seamless handheld gaming device. Hori's Split Pad Pro is what happens when ideas like "small" and "sleek" and "not ridiculous" are tossed out the window. The more I play with them, gripping them in my larger-than-average hands, the less I mind…

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

Is That White Chocolate or the Surface of Mars?
A new image of dunes on the Martian north pole looks a lot like a candy bar.

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

The iPhone XS and XR Are Getting One of the iPhone 11's Best Features Too
If you're on the fence about upgrading your iPhone, there's another great reason not to. Multi-camera recording, one of the most impressive features of the iPhone 11 line debuted at an Apple event last week, is also coming to the iPhone XR, XS, and XS Max when iOS 13 arrives later this week.

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

Apple Arcade Just Released Early for iOS 13 Beta Users
If you're an iOS 13 beta user who's been eagerly awaiting the arrival of Arcade, it looks like you may be able to pop the hood on Apple's subscription gaming service a full three days ahead of its official launch date.

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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

The 2020 Zero SR/F Electric Sportbike Isn't A Compromise Motorcycle
The 2020 Zero SR/F fires up in total silence—it's a trip. There's no exhaust rumble or clattering pistons, just a few lights on the TFT dash. "Are you sure it's on," more than one person asked. But when you twist the throttle, you finally hear something. And more importantly-you feel something.


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Gizmodo
Sep 16, 2019

Your Suitcase Needs One of These $10 Compression Packing Cubes
Pack All Compression Packing Cube, Large | $10 | Amazon | Clip coupon and use promo code PA32DNCCLG30

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