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"The world belongs to those who think and act with it, who keep a finger on its pulse."

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Meet Tesla's Model 3, Its Long-Awaited Car for the Masses

Martin Eberhard and Marc Tarpenning founded Tesla Motors in 2003. Musk, flush with cash after selling PayPal to eBay for $1.4 billion, joined in early 2004 as its chairman and primary benefactor. He took over as CEO in 2008, shortly after the debut of the company’s first car, the Roadster. The two-seater was a proof of concept, designed to show that EVs could be cool. It was based on the Lotus Elise, hit 60 mph in 3.7, and squeezed 245 miles from a 950-pound battery. Car & Driver called it “a revelation” . Tesla sold about 2,400 Roadsters in four years.

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5 Musk: Tesla's already booked more than 250,000 Model 3 orders

With Tesla having delivered more than 50,000 cars in 2015, reaching roughly a quarter-million would see production increase five times as much by 2020. That means that even with Jonas' conservative projection, the Model 3 will play a very substantial role in the company's future.

6 Batman v Superman: Spoiler FAQ of Justice

But it’s still been marketed to children; look at the Batman and Superman merchandise flooding any department store. But also Marvel’s movies are all PG-13 and they don’t have this problem, nor do parents expect them to. And that’s why Marvel/Hasbro/Disney sells toys based on Captain America and Avengers and all that other shit to kids, because they want kids to be interested in Marvel characters. WB/DC wants the same, they just failed to make a movie that they can watch without having nightmares or being bored to tears. You can blame the MPAA’s outdated rating system, the superhero movie industry, or modern society, but I guarantee that this poor woman was not the only adult who had to take their kid out of BvS this weekend.

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WrestleMania 32 Live Blog and Results - IGN

What's up, everyone? WrestleMania 32 is finally here and I'll be with you all evening posting results and reaction from the huge annual WWE mega-card. Dean Ambrose and Brock Lesnar will got nuts on each other with kendo sticks and chairs, Shane-O-Mac will try and defeat Undertaker inside Hell in a Cell, and Roman Reigns will go after Triple H's WWE World Heavyweight Championship.

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Opinion: 5 Reasons Why I Loved Batman v Superman - IGN

Even though Batman v Superman is only the second instalment in this particular DCEU, we get thrown into a world that feels like it’s five or six movies deep and doesn’t come across as another origin story. We get introduced to this Batman who has been stalking the streets of Gotham for decades and has already lost Robin and Wayne Manor. It’s a world where Aquaman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, and Cyborg are all active and (secretly) documented. We’re expected to know who Wonder Woman is and to figure out her motivations for ourselves. None of the story details are spoonfed to us, and we are meant to come to our own conclusions and realizations. The dots are all there, and it’s up to the audience to connect them, which is a nice change from movies that explain everything from the beginning.

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This is the Tesla Model 3, coming in 2017 for $35,000

At the unveiling of the Model 3 this evening at the company's design studio in Hawthorne, California, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the car will deliver at least 215 miles of range beginning at just $35,000 — that's a bold claim, and an important one for Tesla to meet. Musk is "fairly confident" that deliveries will begin by the end of 2017, and "you will not be able to buy a better car for $35,000, even with no options." And it will be one of the safest cars in the world, according to Musk.

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#PanamaPapers breaks the Internet with revelations of global corruption

shine a light on secret offshore holdings from 128 politicians and public officials across the globe, including 12 current and former world leaders.

11 http://panamapapers.sueddeutsche.de/articles/56febff0a1bb8d3c3495adf4/

The company The company at the center of all these stories is Mossack Fonseca, a Panamanian provider of offshore companies with dozens of offices all over the world. It sells its shell firms in cities such as Zurich, London, and Hong Kong – in some instances at bargain prices. Clients can buy an anonymous company for as little as USD 1,000. However, at this price it is just an empty shell. For an extra fee, Mossack Fonseca provides a sham director and, if desired, conceals the company’s true shareholder. The result is an offshore company whose true purpose and ownership structure is indecipherable from the outside. Mossack Fonseca has founded, sold, and managed thousands of companies. The documents provide a detailed view of how Mossack Fonseca routinely accepts to engage in business activities that potentially violate sanctions, in addition to aiding and abetting tax evasion and money laundering.

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See Bendict Cumberbatch's Doctor Strange Take the Streets of Manhattan and Beg For A Meme

Filming for Doctor Strange has been underway in New York City, and photographers got a really good glimpse of Benedict Cumberbatch and Chiwetel Ejiofor as Doctor Strange and Baron Mordo!

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Our First Ever Look at Bruce Timm's Animated Adaptation of The Killing Joke

It’s one of the most famous comic books of all time, and now we have our first look at the upcoming adaptation of Alan Moore’s The Killing Joke , starring Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill.

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Lovecraft's Creatures Would Have Made Excellent Opponents For Europe's Crusaders

What if H.P. Lovecraft had been around in the Middle Ages? It’s likely that the crusades would have turned out very differently, as seen by these fantastic illustrations from Austrian illustrator, Robert Altbauer.

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How humans could evolve to survive in space

If we hope to one day leave Earth and explore the universe, our bodies are going to have to get a lot better at surviving the harsh conditions of space. Using synthetic biology, Lisa Nip hopes to harness special powers from microbes on Earth — such as the ability to withstand radiation — to make humans more fit for exploring space. "We're approaching a time during which we'll have the capacity to decide our own genetic destiny," Nip says. "Augmenting the human body with new abilities is no longer a question of how, but of when."

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Massive Document Leak Details Offshore Accounts Connected to Putin and Other Leaders

In one of the largest and most far-reaching document leaks in modern history, more than 370 journalists from 76 countries spent over a year plowing through 11.5 million records on offshore accounts and dummy corporations created by a secretive Panamanian law firm.

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The construction of 10 iconic landmarks, in color

Nelson's Column under Construction, Trafalgar Square, London. This image suggests industrious advances in the construction of the column. However, when Talbot took this photograph the building work had actually been halted while the government took over the project from the building committee whose funds had run out. Talbot invented the negative/positive process for making photographs between 1835 and 1839. Any number of prints could be made of a single image from the negative.

18 http://panamapapers.sueddeutsche.de/articles/56febff0a1bb8d3c3495adf4/

The company The company at the center of all these stories is Mossack Fonseca, a Panamanian provider of offshore companies with dozens of offices all over the world. It sells its shell firms in cities such as Zurich, London, and Hong Kong – in some instances at bargain prices. Clients can buy an anonymous company for as little as USD 1,000. However, at this price it is just an empty shell. For an extra fee, Mossack Fonseca provides a sham director and, if desired, conceals the company’s true shareholder. The result is an offshore company whose true purpose and ownership structure is indecipherable from the outside. Mossack Fonseca has founded, sold, and managed thousands of companies. The documents provide a detailed view of how Mossack Fonseca routinely accepts to engage in business activities that potentially violate sanctions, in addition to aiding and abetting tax evasion and money laundering.

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Airbnb to purge illegal hotels from San Francisco listings

The San Francisco law’s most basic component, a requirement that hosts register with the city, has failed to gain traction, with fewer than 1,000 registering. Airbnb said it has 7,046 hosts with 9,448 active listings, while there are thousands more on other sites. The company said it will launch twice-monthly email blasts encouraging hosts to register, on top of previous town halls, social media advertising and email campaigns.

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Blue Origin releases video from third launch and landing of New Shepard

However, the key difference between the two company’s current rocket reusability pursuits is Blue Origin’s New Shepard rocket is suborbital (reaches the line of space and comes back down to the Earth) while SpaceX’s Falcon 9 rocket is orbital (powerful enough to send payloads into a full orbit around the Earth).

21 Revealed: the $2bn offshore trail that leads to Vladimir Putin

The Putin circle’s use of offshore companies contrasts with the president’s call for “deoffshoreisation”, urging Russians to bring cash hidden abroad home. Others who make use of offshore companies include oil trader Gennady Timchenko, Putin’s friend of 30 years. The US imposed sanctions on him in 2014. Others in the data are Arkady and Boris Rotenberg, Putin’s childhood friends and former judo partners. They are now billionaire construction tycoons. The Arsenal FC shareholder Alisher Usmanov also appears. He has at least six companies registered in the Isle of Man. There is no suggestion this is illegal.

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Loki Drops in to Local Weather Update To Blame Thor For Tornadoes

Chicago’s Fox 32 was reporting on some extreme weather that was headed their way, and had a guest stop by to lend them a hand: Tom Hiddleston.

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The Panama Papers - The Panama Papers

Panama Papers are documents obtained from a Panama-based offshore services provider called Mossack Fonseca. The documents were received by the German newspaper Süddeutsche Zeitung and shared by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) with the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project (OCCRP).

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Pluto is Still Extremely Weird in the Latest Image From NASA

NASA has released a new image of Pluto’s Tartarus Dorsa, the ‘bladed’ region to the east of the heart-shaped formation known as the Tombaugh Region. The 3D image reminds us of how weird the dwarf planet is.

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Massive Document Leak Details Offshore Accounts Connected to Putin and Other Leaders

In one of the largest and most far-reaching document leaks in modern history, more than 370 journalists from 76 countries spent over a year plowing through 11.5 million records on offshore accounts and dummy corporations created by a secretive Panamanian law firm.

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Microsoft confirms Windows 10 'Redstone' 1 will be available this summer | ZDNet

To date, my sources have said that Microsoft has been aiming to complete and release Redstone 1 in June 2016. Earlier this year, Microsoft officials decided to release only one update to Windows 10 that includes a bunch of features in calendar 2016, according to my sources. Hence, it's unlikely there will be anything like another November update to Windows 10 delivered this year, sources say.

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9 Ways to Make Your Smart Home More Secure

In the United States, there is no software liability, so the costs of security failure fall to the buyer. Though many device makers are conscious of security concerns and want to do the right thing, investing in better security may not make sense from a monetary, cost-benefit standpoint. For device makers, the cost of reducing security risks may not outweigh the benefits from securing their products—especially if they are delayed to market. Furthermore, any incentive to invest in better security may be even smaller, considering that many of the potential security risks might never affect consumers. How much should a device maker spend when the costs of failure do not directly affect them?

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Microsoft is adding the Linux command line to Windows 10

Microsoft is reaching out to Linux developers in a way that the company never has before. "The Bash shell is coming to Windows. Yes, the real Bash is coming to Windows," said Microsoft's Kevin Gallo on stage at today's Build 2016 keynote. The announcement received an uproarious applause from the crowd. The new functionality will be enabled as part of this summer's Anniversary Update to Windows 10.

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jonny evans on Twitter

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Beware the cult of Xi

But Mr Xi does not need to be as extreme as Mao for his concentration of power to cause harm. He has been fighting dissent with even more ruthlessness than he has been waging war on graft. Not since the dark days after the Tiananmen Square protests in 1989 has there been such a sweeping crackdown on critics of the party. Internet censors have been busy deleting messages posted on social media by outraged citizens in response to the vaccine scandal. These have included posts reminding Mr Xi of his words in 2013 about the party’s fitness to rule. Police have also been investigating the appearance early in March of an anonymous letter on a government-affiliated website calling on Mr Xi to resign (raising, among several transgressions, the personality cult and his stifling of the media). Some 20 people have been arrested. Yet this work is never-ending. Even now citizens are pushing back. With the help of the internet, no matter how heavily it is blocked and censored, their voices keep crying out.

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Giant Faces Stare Back In Nathan Smith's Series of Retro Oil Paintings

They’re enormous: giant faces that peer at you over the horizon or from under ocean waves. They’re the subject of Nathan Smith’s fantastic series of oil paintings, which call back to the classic covers of sci-fi paperbacks.

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NASA's Opportunity Rover Got Stuck on a Hill on Mars

NASA’s Opportunity rover just attempted to take on the steepest hill a Martian rover has ever climbed—and promptly got stuck there. Oh dear.

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Why Batman Is the Ultimate Lightning Rod for Nerd Rage

“When people say they don’t get Superman because he could do anything he wants and he chooses to help people, I think that says a hell of a lot more about them than it does about Superman. … [Superman] is an ideal. He is something that we strive to be like. … There’s this whole thing about how Superman is the day and Batman is the night, and Superman is good and Batman deals in the sewers. But Batman is a lot closer to Superman than he isn’t. Because again, Batman is dedicating himself to helping others. … That’s how you know that these characters are characters of hope and not rage. … They speak to the better angels of our nature.”

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Giant Leak of Offshore Financial Records Exposes Global Array of Crime and Corruption

Most of the services the offshore industry provides are legal if used by the law abiding. But the documents show that banks, law firms and other offshore players have often failed to follow legal requirements that they make sure their clients are not involved in criminal enterprises, tax dodging or political corruption. In some instances, the files show, offshore middlemen have protected themselves and their clients by concealing suspect transactions or manipulating official records.

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Amazon just added a ton of new Dash buttons, and they're bougie AF

So if you’re the kind of person who needs to have Trojan and Red Bull Dash buttons sitting comfortably in your home, now you can do you. Because this is it, guys. This… is the future.

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The FBI is Providing 'Technical Assistance' to Local Law Enforcement With iPhone Problems

The Federal Bureau of Investigation is widening their help to local law enforcement officials across the country by offering “technical assistance”.

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Apple's Push to Flood India With Used iPhones Ignites Backlash

The iPhone maker is seeking permission to become the first company allowed to import and sell used phones into the country, its second attempt in as many years. This time, the stakes are higher and a growing number of industry executives are fighting the move, warning government officials in private that it’ll open the floodgates to electronic waste, jeopardize local players, and make a farce of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Make in India program to encourage local manufacturing.

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Here's Blue Origin's Rocket Coming In For Its Third Landing

At 3,635 feet, the BT-3 section restarted and began its controlled decent before coming in for a landing.

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Tony Stark Is Doing What Needs To Be Done in the Latest Civil War Teaser

This trailer highlights a couple of things: Steve Rogers believes that the “safest hands are still our own,” while Tony Stark is doing “what has to be done to stop something worse.” Sam Wilson has an interesting line: “How long are you going to play both sides?” The teaser cuts to Tony Stark, but I’m guessing that that’s not who he’s talking to. Let the speculation begin!

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Microsoft's new Windows Ink makes stylus input way more useful

When I reviewed  Microsoft's Surface Book last year , I was struck by how badly Windows 10 handled pen support. Windows has supported styluses since the days of tablet edition for Windows XP, but Microsoft hasn't really invested heavily in building ink into every part of Windows. Annotating screenshots, emails, and documents is cumbersome in Windows 10, but the upcoming Anniversary Update will start to change that.

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A timeline of Apple’s fight with the feds

That’s when the FBI asked a judge to force Apple to write custom software that would allow it to break into the phone. Apple declined, and the issue played out in court filings and in public statements.

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"PanamaPapers": Interaktive Übersicht der Politiker in den Daten

"PanamaPapers": Interaktive Übersicht der Politiker in den Daten

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Tesla says Model 3 orders top $10 billion in first 36 hours

Some prospective buyers who placed early orders may have anticipated paying a lower price for the Model 3 after factoring in a $7,500 federal tax credit on electric cars. But that credit begins to phase out once manufacturers sell more than 200,000 EVs - a mark that Tesla, at its current sales pace, is likely to surpass next year before the first Model 3 is delivered.

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The Seven Best Things You Can Do With an Amazon Echo

The Amazon Echo offers our first serious glimpse into the future of an intelligent home. It’s not perfect, but whether you’re you’re thinking of getting an Echo, hear people talking about “Alexa,” or not sure what the one you have is capable of, here are some of the best things you can do with it.

45
Watch These Adorable Baby Barn Owls Learn To Fly

The BBC recently released a documentary called Super Powered Owls , which looks at how owls fly. Part of the program includes the story of Luna and Lily, two young Barns owls who are learning to fly for the first time.

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Here's 12 Easter Eggs From The Expanse You Might Have Missed The First Time Around

Syfy’s space opera The Expanse is getting geared up for its second season, and later this week, the series comes out on Blu-ray and DVD, which means that we can binge on the show all over again. When you watch it again, keep your eyes peeled for a whole bunch of easter eggs.

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A programming language for living cells

MIT biological engineers have devised a programming language that can be used to give new functions to E. coli bacteria. Credit: Janet Iwasa MIT biological engineers have created a programming language that allows them to rapidly design complex, DNA-encoded circuits that give new functions to living cells.

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Obstacles to 'coding while black' - BBC News

As part of the programme, each student is provided with a living expense. When one of his students, who did not have a bank account, attempted to cash his cheque in a branch of the Atlanta Check Cashing Company, he was accused of attempting to submit a false or stolen money order. Police were called, and the student was threatened with arrest.

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Panama Papers - All articles by Süddeutsche Zeitung

This Is the Leak 2.6 terabytes, 11.5 million documents, and 214,000 shell companies: The Panama Papers are the largest data leak journalists have ever worked with.

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52 The 12 most impressive social good innovations from March
53 DocumentCloud
54 Taylor Swift falls on her face for new Apple ad
55 Leaked documents show the dark corners where the mega-rich hide their billions
56 Walmart is selling the iPhone SE for $299, offers discounts all Apple and Samsung smartphones
57 Peter Dinklage Showed Off Some Behind the Scene Drama of Game of Thrones
58 ACM Awards 2016: And the winners are...
59 Kesha says she's refusing a deal requiring her to say she 'never got raped'
60 The one where Leonard Nimoy played a TV brain surgeon
61 Revel In WonderCon's Fantastic Cosplay With Sneaky Zebra's Latest Video
62 Will a Bowling Ball Survive a Hydraulic Press? Spoiler: Not a Chance.
63 The inside story of how Amazon created Echo, the next billion-dollar business no one saw coming
64 You can now record 60-second videos in Instagram
65 Download iOS 9.3.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch
66 Blimp outside Google’s Tel Aviv office reads, ‘Google Must Pay Tax’
67 Oculus Rift review: Virtual reality is always almost here
68 FBI's Method of Unlocking iPhone May Never be Known by Apple
69 How to turn your existing clothes into Coachella masterpieces
70 iOS 9.3.1 - 9.3 Jailbreak Status Update
71 Corporate Media Gatekeepers Protect Western 1% From Panama Leak - Craig Murray
72 What really happens to the plastic you throw away - Emma Bryce
73 AndroidGuys.com on Twitter
74 Log In - The New York Times
75 China's ZTE to name new management team on Tuesday: spokesman
76 Virtual reality is about to go mainstream, but a lack of content threatens to hold it back
77 Log In - The New York Times
78 Quebec seeks to block access to non-government online gambling sites | Toronto Star
79 'Batman v Superman' box office nosedives in second weekend
80 INNOVATE2016: General Catalyst’s Hemant Taneja on the importance of politics for startups
81 https://news.slashdot.org/story/16/04/03/175229/tesla-may-need-cash-to-deliver-on-the-model-3-says-analysts?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter
82 Breaking News, World News & Multimedia
83 Why we need to end the War on Drugs
84 What I learned from going blind in space
85 The art of stillness
86 slither.io
87 Lifehacker
88 The exhilarating peace of freediving
89 Here are 14 actual pictures of Tesla’s $35,000 Model 3
90 The reporting system that sexual assault survivors want
91 How to separate fact and fiction online
92 Watch Live Baseball Online, Stream MLB Games with MLB.TV
93 Google makes its $149 Nik Collection of photography tools completely free
94 Linux command-line tools are coming to Windows 10