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  • 4 days ago
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    Netflix has a cool easter egg to salute Marvel great Stan Lee

    The death of Stan Lee has been a tough one for fans, but Netflix has a neat way to honour the comic book genius. If you search for "Excelsior!" on the streaming platform, you'll be presented with a list of Marvel titles that are available on Netflix.

  • 10 days ago
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    Yelp craters as much as 32% as advertisers abandon the site

    Yelp cratered as much as 32 percent Friday, a day after releasing third-quarter earnings that revealed advertisers are abandoning the site and denting revenue. Shares fell as low as $29.33, a new 52-week low, before paring some losses to close nearly 27 percent down at $31.92. The plunge makes for the stock's worst day of trading since going public in 2012. Yelp added zero net new advertising customers during the quarter. Yelp earlier this year switched from long-term advertising contracts ...

  • 13 days ago
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    US government to go ahead with fatal experiments on dogs

    The US government has decided to press ahead with controversial experiments on dogs, despite critics in congress and elsewhere attacking them as cruel and unnecessary. The department for veterans affairs (VA) has approved the continuation of the testing, which it says will help doctors find new ways to treat wounded soldiers, according to USA Today. Researchers running the experiments will remove sections of the dogs’ brains that control breathing, sever spinal cords to test cough reflexes and...

  • 2 weeks ago
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    30 spies dead after Iran cracked CIA comms network with, er, Google search – new claim

    Uncle Sam's snoops got sloppy with online chat, it seems

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Llama blood clue to beating all flu

    Scientists design an antibody based on llama blood that is highly effective against flu strains.

  • 2 weeks ago
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    Dusk for Dawn: NASA’s mission to Vesta and Ceres has ended

    NASA's Dawn spacecraft has now failed two separate check-ins with its ground controllers, and the mission has come to a close.

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Fury after China reverses 25-year-old tiger bone and rhino horn ban

    The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) announced their "profound concern" over the changes in the law, which would allow bone and horn products to be traded

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Snapchat needs to fully roll out its new Android app to save itself

    Snapchat is losing Android users rapidly, as the company continues to delay a full rollout of its long-coming updated app. In its earnings report today, the company announced that its daily active user numbers dropped from last quarter by 2 million, which CEO Evan Spiegel mainly attributes to lost Android users. It’s down to 186 million from 188 million users last quarter, but it’s still up from this time last year, at which point it was at 178 million. The company has always prioritized its...

  • 3 weeks ago
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    Wings aren't cooking, but fans still get fries

    The Detroit Red Wings have the worst record (1-6-2) in the NHL after nine games, fulfilling the expectations of many who believed they'd be one of the league's worst teams as they rebuild. There may have been no greater harbinger of that futility than the newly established threshold for free curly fries in Detroit.

  • 1 month ago
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    Australian Scientists Propose a ‘Telescope’ to Look Deep Underground

    The Australian Academy of Sciences has released a 10-year plan aimed at developing a better understanding of Australia’s mineral wealth. It proposes creating a three-dimensional map of the continent. Scientists want the map to show rocks and minerals to a depth of up to 300 kilometers.

  • 1 month ago
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    The Cameras are Coming

    One thing that has been made abundantly clear in my six months in venture capital is that the cameras are coming, and they’re inevitable. Someday soon, life will be lived almost exclusively under the watch of cameras. The strange part? We’re going to be OK with that. More than OK, we’re going to be happy about it. We’re going to invite them into our offices, neighborhoods, and every room of our homes (well, maybe not the restroom… yet).

  • 1 month ago
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    It's Repair Day: No One Should Be Punished for "Contempt of Business Model"

    Repair is one of the secret keys to a better life. Repairs keep our gadgets in use longer (saving our pocketbooks) and divert e-waste from landfills or toxic recycling processes (saving our planet). Repair is an engine of community prosperity: when you get your phone screen fixed at your corner repair shop, your money goes to a locally owned small business (my daughter and the phone screen guy's daughter go to the same school and he always tut-tuts over the state of my chipped and dented ph...

  • 1 month ago
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    'Alarmingly realistic' fake indoor sunlight

    Mitsubishi has developed a new indoor lighting system that mimics blue skies, sunrises and sunsets. The company hopes the system will prove popular in offices and homes that lack natural light. BBC Click's Dan Simmons finds out more.

  • 1 month ago
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    "Do you think I want to shoot an 11-year-old?": Cop confronts boys carrying BB gun

    The Columbus, Ohio, Police Department has released bodycam footage from a police officer who got a call about two young black men with a gun. When Officer Peter Casuccio arrived at the scene, he found an 11-year-old and 13-year-old boy with a realistic BB gun. Casuccio had an tense exchange with the boys about the dangers of carrying a gun, saying he could've killed them.

  • 1 month ago
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    Republican Candidates Ignore the Biggest Climate-Change Warning Yet

    What if an international panel of climate change scientists issued a nearly 900-page five-alarm report, warning of looming droughts, floods, famine and tens of millions displaced by rising waves in the coming decades—and no one listened? That’s pretty much the state of the Republican Party as it heads into the 2018 midterm elections. Few have even mentioned the issue of climate change at all, and those that have are almost entirely skeptical that climate change exists at all.

  • 1 month ago
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    Local football coach donates bone marrow to NY toddler, meets him

    A highly anticipated meeting happens Friday night. It's not the inner-city showdown between Adams and Washington under the lights; instead, it marks the first time the Eagles' honorary captain joins them on the sidelines. He's a toddler from New York state. "It's the same as having an 18-year-old or 17-year-old captain. It's really the same thing. Treat them no differently. He's one of us. He's a part of the team," said Ira Armstead and Jackson Joyce...

  • 1 month ago
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    Don't shoot, I'm disabled

    Hundreds of people are killed by police in the US each year, and much attention has been paid recently to the high proportion that are black. But there's another disturbing trend that is rarely discussed. It was shortly after 05:00 when three West Milwaukee police officers broke into the home of 22-year-old Adam Trammell to find him naked and bewildered, standing in his bathtub as water from the shower ran down his body.