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Sex needs a new metaphor. Here's one ...

For some reason, says educator Al Vernacchio, the metaphors for talking about sex in the US all come from baseball — scoring, getting to first base, etc. The problem is, this frames sex as a competition, with a winner and a loser. Instead, he suggests a new metaphor, one that's more about shared pleasure, discussion and agreement, fulfillment and enjoyment. Let's talk about … pizza.

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New Captain America: Civil War Trailer Features…Spider-Man!

Pause at: 0:12 to see The Winter Soldier in his full getup after being unfrozen somewhere in an Arctic military bunker. 1:08 to see Black Panther (Chadwick Boseman) chasing down Bucky on a motorcycle. 1:12 to see Tony turn a wristwatch into one of his Iron Man blasters. 1:51 to see Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) fighting with their powers. 1:54 to see Hawkeye (Jeremy Renner) and Ant-Man (Paul Rudd) teaming up. 1:56 to catch a glimpse of Crossbones (Frank Grillo). 2:09 to see both teams lined up against each other—Iron Man, War Machine (Don Cheadle), Vision, Black Widow, and Black Panther on one side, Falcon (Anthony Mackie), Ant-Man, Hawkeye, Cap, Scarlet Witch, and the Winter Soldier on the other; 2:18 to see Spider-Man slyly steal the most iconic piece of weaponry in the film.

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Tesla’s Summon Feature Is Like Knight Rider. Kinda

Summon starts to answer those questions. And it won’t remain a party trick forever. Tesla is working on a charging arm that can plug itself in, so when you car rolls into your garage, you don’t need to follow it there to make sure it’s getting charged. In two years, Musk says, Summon will let you call up your self-driving Tesla from just about anywhere—even across the country. “Ultimately, you’ll be able to summon your car from anywhere,” as long as it can physically get to you, he said in January. Michael Knight never had it so good.

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Simple hacks for life with Parkinson's

Simple solutions are often best, even when dealing with something as complicated as Parkinson's. In this inspiring talk, Mileha Soneji shares accessible designs that make the everyday tasks of those living with Parkinson's a bit easier. "Technology is not always it," she says. "What we need are human-centered solutions."

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If domain names ruled the world, America wouldn't be a superpower

In order to show what that might look like,  Nominet  has created a new world map where the scale is based on each country’s number of top-level domain registrations. That means most countries look a little misshapen – some tiny ones are huge and a few notable ones are tiny.

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Apple announces iPhone and iPad event for March 21st: ‘Let us loop you in'

Apple has sent out invites for an event on March 21st at its campus. For those of you who want to read into the invite, Apple's tagline reads "Let us loop you in."

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What to Expect at Apple’s March Event

The new iPhone, which will probably be called “SE” for reasons still unknown , will reportedly be a throwback to the 5s with its manageable, 4-inch screen. But also expect some lighter specs. Unlike the iPhone 6s, we don’t think it will have a camera that supports 4K , and doubt it will have 3D Touch .

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How a hacker's typo helped stop a billion dollar bank heist

Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein's son Qusay took $1 billion from Iraq's central bank on the orders of his father on the day before coalition forces began bombing the country in 2003, American and Iraqi officials have said. In 2007, guards at the Dar Es Salaam bank in Baghdad made off with $282 million.

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Hackers lost millions in bank heist because of sloppy spelling

Luckily, Bangladesh Bank has managed to recover some of the money that was stolen, and is working with anti-money laundering authorities to trace the rest. There is no word on the fate of the hackers but I would probably start my search in the dictionary aisle of the local bookstores.

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Google Releases Android N Developer Preview - InformationWeek

But as Lockheimer notes, the early release also provides developers with more time to implement new operating system features in their apps. Earlier delivery to Google's hardware partners, which have traditionally been slow to update their devices, could encourage more timely updates. According to Lockheimer, there are 400 Android OEMs, 500 carriers, and 1.4 billion Android users worldwide.

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How Frog Designed A Life-Saving EpiPen For Heroin Overdoses

As heroin use is on the rise , Jonathan Grossman, industrial designer at the global design firm Frog, became preoccupied by the state of affairs at San Francisco’s methadone clinics. He learned just how flawed naloxone administration is today, and in turn, despite that his passion had no client, he proposed to his team that he begin working on a better method. The syringe-shaped atomizer used now seems like a perfect low-tech solution at first glance. It squeezes liquid through a tiny tube, so small it turns the drug into a mist that can shoot into someone’s nasal cavity. But problems arise from how the atomizers are purchased and distributed.

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YouTube Gaming expands to 4 new countries alongside new pop-out player feature

But perhaps the most useful update of all is a new pop-out player, which lets users watch a video while accessing other apps. Note, however, that this feature is currently available on the Android version only.

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Americans Think the Robots Are Coming for Many Jobs, But Not Their Jobs

This is going to happen.  To a large degree, it already has happened.  At some point people are going to have to address two important issues.  First, if most of the economy's income is generated by machines, how do we equitably distribute that income?  At present, such income goes to those who own the machines.  Thus, capitalists grow ever richer, and suppliers of labor fall back.  This trend can't continue.  Second, if most of the economy's income is generated by machines, the work ethic will have to be reconsidered.  A lot of people won't be able to work.  More people won't have to work.  Many will chose to work, but, as a society, we are going to have to abandon the idea that almost everyone should have a job.

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Ben Carson to endorse Donald Trump

Ben Carson, the retired neurosurgeon who recently suspended his campaign for president, will endorse Donald Trump at a press conference in Florida Friday morning, Trump said Thursday night at a GOP debate.

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Important question: Is this a chihuahua or a blueberry muffin?

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DOJ accuses Apple of deliberately making iPhone unhackable (no duh) | Cult of Mac

The U.S. Department of Justice has filed a new motion in court today regarding its battle against Apple to compel the iPhone-maker to unlock the iPhone 5c that belonged to San Bernardino shooter Syed Rizwan Farook.

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Apple and the Justice Department enter the ‘open hostilities’ phase of iPhone unlocking case

A 43-page rebuttal from the Justice Department today characterized Apple’s earlier response to an iPhone unlocking request as ‘corrosive’. Shortly thereafter, an Apple press conference attended by TechCrunch provided a rejoinder from two Apple executives, including General Counsel Bruce Sewell, who said that “the tone of the brief reads like an indictment.”

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Wii U owners begged for Spotify so Nintendo gave them Rhapsody

That’s not to say Rhapsody isn’t a great choice, but it lacks a free tier like Spotify, and smacks of Nintendo strong-arming Wii U users into yet another music streaming subscription — one they didn’t want to begin with.

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Botanists Just Answered One of the Biggest Questions About Farming on Mars

Of course, even with a successful harvest in Martian soil out of the way, there would still be significant obstacles to actually setting up a farm on the surface of Mars. Not only are there are all the technical, budgetary, and timing issues of getting a mission up there, but you also have the problems of setting up life support and a farm. Martian farms would need clean sources of water, reliable light (perhaps electrically-driven), and big swatches of enclosed space, none of which would come easily.

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Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is totally over his fear of Linux

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Fifteen years after calling the open-source operating system Linux a "cancer," former Microsoft Corp Chief Executive Steve Ballmer has softened his position.

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DJI Phantom 4 Review: The first drone for everyone

The drone takes off, hovering a few feet off the ground. I guide it up to about 12 feet with the throttle on the remote control. Then my three year old son takes over. He taps the screen on an iPad running our piloting app. The drone, a DJI Phantom 4, begins to ascend, heading towards an abandoned grainery. My son happily taps away at the screen, shifting the drone here and there. You wouldn’t notice how frantically he’s tapping from the footage he captured, which is buttery smooth.

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Public Predictions for the Future of Workforce Automation

Along with these differences based on place of employment, workers’ views on this subject also differ somewhat based on the type of work they currently do. For instance, 41% of workers whose jobs involve mostly manual or physical labor expect that their current jobs will “definitely” exist in their current forms in 50 years, as do 34% of those who describe their current occupations as “professional.” By contrast, just 23% of those who currently work in a managerial or executive role expect that their current jobs will exist unchanged for the next five decades. But overall, a substantial majority of workers across a range of categories express confidence in the long-term staying power of their current jobs or professions.

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Protester is sucker-punched at Trump rally, then tackled by police

Ronnie C. Rouse, who was with Jones at the event, filmed as their group was escorted out of the event. He can be heard saying, "Chill, chill, chill," to both police and other members of the crowd as Jones in tackled to the ground.

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USA TODAY Network to launch VR news series this spring

USA TODAY Network to launch VR news series this spring The 360-degree content can be viewed in its most basic form on a desktop or via Google Cardboard and Samsung's $99 Gear VR. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1piJKvj

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Cola launches its app for smarter, more interactive text messages

Cola is a messaging app, but with “Cola Bubbles” that add more interactivity and functionality. So instead of texting someone “Hey, when do you want to meet?” you can just send them a Bubble with three times when you’re available, they can choose the option or options that work for them, then you can both add it to your calendar. Or if you’re running late, instead of typing out a message describing where you are and when you’ll arrive, you can just opt to share your location with someone for 15, 30 or 60 minutes.

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Celebrities Partner With DonorsChoose.org To Fund $14 Million In Teacher Projects

Today, a group of more than 50 philanthropists, athletes, founders, and celebrities will "flash fund" more than $14 million worth of DonorsChoose.org projects. That’s enough to complete more than half of all the projects on the crowdfunding site, Best says. "Suffice to say we’ve not done anything even fractionally at this scale ever before. It’s definitely the biggest day in our organization’s history, other than the day we went national about eight years ago."

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Surprise! NSA data will soon routinely be used for domestic policing that has nothing to do with terrorism

What does this rule change mean for you? In short, domestic law enforcement officials now have access to huge troves of American communications, obtained without warrants, that they can use to put people in cages. FBI agents don’t need to have any “national security” related reason to plug your name, email address, phone number, or other “selector” into the NSA’s gargantuan data trove. They can simply poke around in your private information in the course of totally routine investigations. And if they find something that suggests, say, involvement in illegal drug activity, they can send that information to local or state police. That means information the NSA collects for purposes of so-called “national security” will be used by police to lock up ordinary Americans for routine crimes. And we don’t have to guess who’s going to suffer this unconstitutional indignity the most brutally. It’ll be Black, Brown, poor, immigrant, Muslim, and dissident Americans: the same people who are always targeted by law enforcement for extra “special” attention.

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This Funky Looking Hearing Aid Is the Future

What’s truly impressed me, however, is learning about my mom’s experience. She lived without normal hearing for so long that she couldn’t be bothered correcting it by the time she tried the EarGos. Now, the funny little buds are an integral part of her life. She can’t be bother to wear them when she’s at home relaxing so she leaves them out and retreats to her more peaceful, hearing-impaired state. Yet she won’t meet up with friends without wearing them. In a sense, the way that my mom uses the EarGos represents the best definition of why anyone would want a hearing aid. The help is there when she needs it, and it’s easy.

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15 years later, ISPs still struggle to make accurate broadband promises

In an age when Web users don’t know who to trust with the masses of data we’re all sharing every day , it would at least be nice to have a bit of transparency when deciding which ISP to opt for – is it really that hard after 15 years to communicate an accurate price, usage policy and technological capabilities in a way that people can understand?

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Europe Might Be Getting a Hyperloop

"Slovakia is a technological leader in the automotive, material science, and energy industries, many of the areas that are integral to the Hyperloop system," HTT CEO Dirk Ahlborn said in a statement. "Having a European Hyperloop presence will incentivize collaboration and innovation within Slovakia and throughout Europe."

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Government claims San Bernardino shooter had disabled iCloud backup system

A new filing from the government has struck back at one of the central claims in Apple's San Bernardino defense. One of the most controversial aspects of the case has been FBI handling of Syed Farook's phone in the days after the shooting, particularly the decision to reset the password in an attempt to recover Farook's iCloud account. In doing so, many have argued that the government  blew its chance to recover data from Farook's phone through an iCloud auto-backup, which would have been disabled by the password reset process.

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WIRED Opinion: The Way Trump Talks in Debates Is Contagious

How has he pulled it off? Among many strategies is his—shall we say—unique way of speaking. To his supporters, Trump’s style is refreshingly direct. They say they like that Trump doesn’t worry about political correctness or sounding “like a politician.” He recently defended the use of one of his favorite words at a South Carolina campaign rally, where he said, “I know words, I have the best words … but there is no better word than stupid.”

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Google will sell you its high-end Pixel C tablet for 25% off if you say you're a developer

There are some limits to this promotion. First, you can only buy one tablet per person and supplies are limited. Google also says it may take a few days before you get your code although in my tests it arrived within two hours. Over time the company may tighten up its requirements for who can get the discount. Still, it’s worth a shot if you’ve had your eye on the Pixel C.

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Here's how to watch tonight's Republican debate online

The participants are property mogul Donald Trump, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio and Ohio Gov. John Kasich. The debate will take place at the University of Miami, in Florida, and be hosted by CNN, conservative radio network Salem Radio and The Washington Times.

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Soothe raises $35M to bring you massages on demand

The new funding came from current investor Riverside Company. The Los Angeles-based company has created an app that allows consumers to book appointments with licensed and vetted five-star massage therapists in 22 cities. The company plans to add 20 more U.S. cities by the end of the year, and it is already expanding internationally to places such as Vancouver, Canada. Soothe has more than 3,000 independent massage therapists on board, and the company claims they earn three to four times more than the industry standard.

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What Happens When the Surveillance State Becomes an Affordable Gadget?

Most local police departments, though, still aren’t bound by that directive. Neither are foreign governments, which are widely suspected to be using IMSI catchers here (as we are no doubt doing elsewhere). And so, amid the publicity over the StingRay, a marketplace has opened up for countermeasures. On the low end, there’s SnoopSnitch, an open source app for Android that scans mobile data for fake cell sites. On the high end, there’s the CryptoPhone, a heavily tricked-out cell phone sold by ESD America, a boutique technology company out of Las Vegas. The $3,500 CryptoPhone scans all cell-site signals it’s communicating with, flagging anything suspicious. Even though the CryptoPhone cannot definitively verify that the suspect cell is an IMSI catcher, “we sell out of every CryptoPhone we have each week,” says ESD’s 40-year-old chief executive officer, Les Goldsmith, who has marketed the phone for 11 years. “There are literally hundreds of thousands of CryptoPhones globally.” ESD’s dream clients are nations. Last year the company debuted a $7 million software suite called OverWatch, developed with the German firm GSMK.

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Ulysses powerful text editor app is now available for your phone

The app for iOS will set you back $19.99 and that gets you iPhone and iPad access. If you already have Ulysses on your iPad then you can download it now to your phone for free.

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Steve Ballmer, who once called Linux a ‘cancer,’ now says the potential threat is ‘in the rearview mirror’

(Reuters) – Fifteen years after calling the open-source operating system Linux a “cancer,” former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer has softened his position.

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All the New Features Coming in Android N

Google just took the wraps off of the developer preview for “Android N,” the next version of Android. Even better, it’s available now. There are ton of new features, including a huge one we’ve been wanting for a while: multi-window support for phones and tablets. Here are the highlights from today’s announcement.

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Wikipedia brings personalized reading options to its iOS app

Wikipedia is full of news today . Along with the announcement that it's working on a crowdsourced speech engine , the service has also rolled out a redesigned app for iOS . With this new version (5.0), users will get a ton of fresh content on their daily feed, including recommended, random and top-read articles, as well as things like a picture of the day. In addition to that, Wikipedia's iOS application now supports 3D Touch on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus , letting you search its site with a single and find information about nearby places. The app is definitely much better than before, which will be appreciated by all the Wikipedia buffs out there.

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Check the History of Any NYC Address Through Its 311 Complaint Record

Simply install the Renter Be Aware app and your Chrome browser becomes a window into the sordid past of that suspiciously affordable two-bedroom walkup. The extension works on a wide range of real estate sites including Streeteasy, Padmapper, Zillow, Zumper, and Trulia. If there are any 311 complaints associated with the property, the listing icon turns red and clicking it will reveal the list of complaints. (It only works for listings, so if you’re checking your current home, look for the old listing.)

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How to stay ahead of cyber criminals in the data breach era

One major part of training your employees for better cyber security is preparing them for phishing schemes. Attackers often send out seemingly legitimate emails, mimicking companies like PayPal or eBay in an attempt to lure readers to click on a fake link. While the link seems real and the landing page is set up with real logos, the site is built to filter sensitive data to cyber criminals. The email might mention an issue with the user’s account and lead them to a site that requests PIN numbers, credit card data and more. These can be tough to spot, but there are warnings to look out for.

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Napster co-founder has a bad idea for day-and-date movie streams

Sean Parker, co-founder of the infamous file-sharing service Napster and a former president of Facebook, has a startup in the works that’s dedicated to streaming new movies in your living room on release day, reports Variety .

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Americans Think the Robots Are Coming for Many Jobs, But Not Their Jobs

This is going to happen.  To a large degree, it already has happened.  At some point people are going to have to address two important issues.  First, if most of the economy's income is generated by machines, how do we equitably distribute that income?  At present, such income goes to those who own the machines.  Thus, capitalists grow ever richer, and suppliers of labor fall back.  This trend can't continue.  Second, if most of the economy's income is generated by machines, the work ethic will have to be reconsidered.  A lot of people won't be able to work.  More people won't have to work.  Many will chose to work, but, as a society, we are going to have to abandon the idea that almost everyone should have a job.

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Can big businesses use growth hacking?

If you work for a larger organization and you have launched a new product, you might be a bit envious of the explosive growth that you see from startups. Companies like Slack , Twitter, Mint, Instagram and others have embraced a form of building growth into the product called growth hacking .

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'Hearts are in pieces' five years after tsunami hits Japan

A protester holds banners depicting Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as she shouts during an anti-nuclear rally in front of the headquarters of Tokyo Electric Power Co (TEPCO), the operator of the tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, a day before the five-year...

50 The Best Virtual Reality (VR) Headsets

The idea of strapping a display to your face might still seem like a dream of the past to most people, but over the course of this year we're going to see many reasonable, retail-ready ways to do just that. Virtual reality has made a surprising comeback, thanks to projects like Google Cardboard and the Oculus Rift, and it looks to be more than just a trend. With that in mind, we've gathered the best headsets we've seen so far.

51 A Simple Angled Plug Just Fixed Everything Wrong With Apple's MacBook Power Adapter
52 Tonight's Republican Debate Is Going to Be Brutal, Here's How to Watch
53 Visual artist turns eyelids into canvases with her amazing makeup art
54 Blockhead is the accessory your Apple charger needs
55 Here earbuds are the noise cancelling 'hearables' my life needed
56 Nest Is Learning To Detect When You're Home
57 Olympus Pen-F review: a marvelous marriage of old and new
58 President Obama To Add Big Star Power to SXSW
59 The tone between Apple and the FBI is now openly hostile
60 Climate change will flood Florida, but Marco Rubio thinks it isn't real
61 A federal judge just blew the cover off the NSA's worst-kept secret
62 Life-sized dogs made out of bicycle parts are cyclists' best friend
63 Got Hulu and Netflix? You Need an App to Search It All
64 Mashable News on Twitter
65 WeWork sued by former employee over California Labor Law
66 NYTimes Bits on Twitter
67 Mark Zuckerberg once told a funny story of how Dustin Moskovitz became his Facebook cofounder by learning to code in a couple of days
68 Nest can now use your phone to tell whether you’re home or not
69 WeWork Targets Asia as Valuation Hits $16 Billion
70 14 Tricks To Better Conversations
71 6 exotic dishes you need to track down now
72 How to Stream Tonight's CNN's Republican Debate, No Cable Required
73 NYTimes Bits on Twitter
74 'Let us loop you in' live: Apple's March 21 event will be streamed online
75 DOJ files a response to Apple in San Bernardino iPhone case
76 PSA: Quitting Apps on Your iPhone Will Not Improve Battery Life
77 Woman's dying wish is to find the perfect home for her 3 dogs
78 Chill hardcore by shooting your socks off with a rocket launcher
79 Nest's new Family Accounts feature makes your thermostat even smarter
80 Instacart and Whole Foods expand partnership to tackle online grocery market | ZDNet
81 On Today's Stream - An Early Look at Pokken Tournament after Playing Pokemon Snap - IGN
82 Astronomer’s excitement over a solar eclipse is contagious
83 NYTimes Bits on Twitter
84 Abandoned puppies found in a box are now ready for adoption
85 Microsoft is using an Internet Explorer security patch to shove more 'Upgrade to Windows 10' nagware at Windows users
86 Apple sets March 21 event, Wall Street sees new, smaller iPhone
87 Rhapsody's music-streaming service comes to the Wii U
88 The LG G5 arrives in the U.S. in early April