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Facebook’s rumored smart speaker is a terrible idea

If Facebook is planning to make a smart speaker, it should really reconsider. A report in Digitimes today says that Facebook’s Building 8 research group is developing a smart speaker with a 15-inch...

Latest Apple Music ad uses motorcycles, patriotism & country star Brantley Gilbert

US Navy tests its crazy electromagnetic railgun

Watch as the Navy puts a high-tech railgun through its paces with a multi-shot salvos from the frightening weapon.

Donald Trump ruins your song of the summer, 'Despacito,' in a scary autotune remix

The president's got some pipes.

Read Steve Jobs’s biting 2010 farewell to Flash

Finally. Mercifully. At long last. These are the headlines collectively cheering the demise of Flash Player, which will

Inside The Dumbest First Amendment Battle Of 2017

The guys behind Found Footage Fest have been innocuously pranking local news stations for years. Now they’re being sued for it in federal court.

Google threw its algorithms into the hot race for nuclear fusion

Amid advances in physics and climate concerns, nuclear fusion energy has become an increasingly hot pursuit for governme

Finally, some of the big 'Destiny 2' questions are answered

This is great news, 'Destiny' fans.

Bride and groom exit their wedding by taking 'head over heels' way too literally

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Adobe will finally kill Flash in 2020

Adobe is finally planning to kill off Flash once and for all. Chrome , Microsoft Edge , and Safari have all been blocking Flash over the past year, but Adobe is now planning to remove support for it fully by the end of 2020. “We will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020 and encourage content creators to migrate any existing Flash content to these new open formats,” explains an Adobe spokesperson .

Trump claims Apple will build three 'big big big' plants in U.S. | Cult of Mac

In a recent interview, Trump claimed Apple CEO Tim Cook promised to help revitalize American manufacturing by building “three big plants, beautiful plants.” Trump didn’t say what the plants would be used for or where they would be located. But he swears they’re coming.

NES Classic returns! ThinkGeek to sell 'thousands' of new bundles... RIGHT NOW

We're very excited to have received this last allotment of NES Classic Editions, and we want them to land in the hands of true fans and not resellers. We also need to be able to be profitable on the products we sell.  So, we've limited them to one per customer and packaged them with a number of our best-selling Nintendo-themed products. Fans have reacted very positively to our Nintendo Switch packages, and we believe we will see a similar reaction to these collections.

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How to reinstall App Store apps on Macs and iOS devices

Mac and iOS users needing to install previously purchased Apple App Store programs just need to know where to look. Here's how to reload such apps on new and reformatted Macs, iPhones, and iPads.

Girl Scouts adds 23 STEM badges in biggest rollout in nearly a decade

"The new Girl Scout programming builds girls’ skills and encourages their interest in STEM and environmental conservation from an early age—areas girls are not typically encouraged to explore outside Girl Scouting—increasing their confidence in an all-girl, girl-led environment where they feel comfortable to try new things, take appropriate risks, and learn from failure," the organization said in a statement.

Trump says Apple has promised to build US factories

Trump made bringing manufacturing back to the US a signature element of his political campaign, one that resonated with voters in rust belt states. At one point, the president called on Americans to boycott Apple products because the company wouldn't turn over cell phone data on a terrorist to authorities. He has also promised to make Apple  start manufacturing its products in the US  instead of China.


'Simpsons' creator Matt Groening has a new Netflix show

Matt Groening already conquered suburbia with " The Simpsons " and sci-fi with " Futurama ." Now he's turning his eye for animation to the fantasy realm with a new Netflix series called "Disenchantment." Netflix announced Tuesday it ordered 20 episodes, which will premiere in 10-episode chunks starting in 2018.

Wisconsin court orders Apple pay $506M for infringing on WARF patent

A U.S. district court judge on Monday ruled Apple must pay $506 million in damages for infringing on a microprocessor technology IP owned by the University of Wisconsin-Madison's patent licensing body, adding $272 million to an initial $234 decision reached almost two years ago.

IBM boosts security testing for IoT, connected cars with new services from X-Force Red

IBM Security announced on Monday that it would offer new security testing services for the Internet of Things (IoT) and connected cars. The services will be offered in conjunction with IBM's security research arm, IBM X-Force Red, according to a press release .

Inside Hampton Creek’s Empty Boardroom

The group departure happened in June and was the culmination of over a year’s worth of infighting during which many of Hampton Creek’s executives, investors and board members lost faith in the aggressive founder they’d previously hailed as a visionary. They came to question whether Tetrick was the right leader for the struggling startup, which was losing money, missing product deadlines and trying to manage a litany of food safety problems, according to interviews with more than a dozen Hampton Creek insiders, former employees and investors, who asked to remain anonymous because they have signed non-disclosure agreements with the company.

This beefy ​Raspberry Pi challenger supports Windows 10, SSDs, USB 3.0 and up to 8GB memory

Another big bonus is the Gigabyte board's two USB 3.0 ports, in addition to support for four USB 2.0 ports via internal headers, again a step up from the four USB 2.0 ports on the Pi 3. Gigabyte's device also includes dual Gigabit Ethernet, an improvement over the single 10/100 Ethernet port on the Pi. The Pi 3 does have built-in support for Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, something the Gigabyte machine lacks although it has a mini-PCIe slot for the addition of a Wi-Fi card.

How to record your iPhone and iPad screens with iOS 11

Recording the screen of your iPad or iPhone is easy in iOS 11. You might use this hidden feature to show off an app's capability, or to record software bugs. Here's how to use it.

This TV Backlighting System Fucked Me Up

This is opulence. Suddenly, there is extra light blasting from behind my TV screen, making a day-glow title sequence positively atomic. The DreamScreen, a backlighting system that’s designed to make your TV viewing more immersive, is a luxury that I absolutely don’t need. In theory, the supplementary lights change color based on the pixels on the TV screen for an “immersive theater experience.” In practice, it’s an overstimulating, distracting, nauseating novelty, and I can’t get enough of this shit.

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Airbnb is looking to deliver experiences in Japan you can’t get anywhere else

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Tesla’s Model S recaptures Consumer Reports’ top rating for ultra-luxury sedans

This New Documentary Shows The Struggle To Help People Coming Home From Prison

Though Returning Citizens focuses on a small community in Washington, D.C., Cassaday hopes the message will resonate in cities across the country. After the release of the film, Cassaday will be connecting with other communities and re-entry programs to organize screenings like the one she hosted in Southeast D.C. a few weeks ago. There, Cassaday saw how “the film really empowered the people who were involved in the issue–I think they’re going to be the ones who really run with this film and get it into schools and prisons to serve as a resource for people inside,” she says.

Lyft is growing faster than Uber, but there's a long way to go

Lyft's driver-generated revenue went up 25 percent to hit $1 billion in the second quarter of 2017, up from $800 million in Q1. In aggregate, the company has a ways to go before it rivals Uber's $8.25 billion gross bookings it earned in the same period -- but that figure only improved 10 percent quarter-on-quarter. Ergo, Lyft is growing faster.

This 360-degree camera turns your Moto Z phone into a video powerhouse

Comprised of two 13-megapixel sensors, the Moto 360 Camera can record 360-degree video in up-to 4K resolution with 3D audio. With a 150-degree field of view, you'll get a wide perspective on images captured from both the front and rear.

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Bill Gates backs Convoy, Uber's freight rival

Facebook finally adds virtual reality app to the social network

Facebook has made its first move to integrate virtual reality onto the main social network, confirming that users of its VR app Spaces will now be able to broadcast themselves on a live video.

NASA moves ahead with plans to build a quiet supersonic jet

NASA's dreams of a quiet supersonic jet are one step closer to fruition. The agency tells Bloomberg that it'll start taking bids to build a larger (94-foot) real-world demo version of the aircraft that it tunnel-tested in June, and we now have a clearer sense of how well it'll perform in real life. The design is expected to reduce noise to no more than 65dBa, which is exceptionally quiet for an aircraft -- co-designer Lockheed Martin likens it to the inside of a luxury car. That would make it safe to fly just about anywhere. The Concorde, by contrast, was an assault on your ears at 90dBa and was limited to overseas flights.

You know you'd love to see Disney princesses in 'Game of Thrones'

You know you'd love to see Disney princesses in 'Game of Thrones'

Send help. An 'unusually aggressive squirrel' is terrorizing Brooklyn.

New York City Health Department warns locals that there is a potentially rabid squirrel on the loose that has attacked and bitten at least five people on separate occasions. Although squirrels rarely have rabies, officials urge those who have been bitten to seek medical treatment.

Geek fight! Musk says Zuckerberg naive about killer robots

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Silicon Valley baron Elon Musk insulted rival billionaire Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday, escalating a tech wizard war of words over whether robots will become smart enough to kill their human creators.

Lyft's Business Is Growing Faster Than Uber's

PlayStation Vue's $10 sports add-on includes NFL RedZone

As for the regionals? The Longhorn Network is part of the bundle for University of Texas fans, while NBCUniversal's share of the bundle includes seven regional stations. NESN National is included, too. You won't get live, front-to-back coverage of individual games with most of the 13 channels, but this could be what you're looking for if the channels in your main bundle don't provide as comprehensive a view of sports as you'd like.


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Moto Z2 Force up close: Dual cameras, a 360 camera and more

Meet the Moto Z2 Force. Arriving in the US August 10, it's the new top dog in the Z series. Attached is the new 360-degree camera mod, sold separately for $300.

Netflix picks up new animated series from Matt Groening

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Sperm counts among men have more than halved in the last 40 years , research suggests, although the drivers behind the decline remain unclear. The latest findings reveal that between 1973 and 2011, the concentration of sperm in the ejaculate of men in western countries has fallen by an average of 1.4% a year, leading to an overall drop of just over 52%. The study, published in the journal Human Reproduction Update by an international team of researchers, drew on 185 studies conducted between 1973 and 2011, involving almost 43,000 men. The team split the data based on whether the men were from western countries -- including Australia and New Zealand as well as countries in North America and Europe -- or from elsewhere. After accounting for factors including age and how long men had gone without ejaculation, the team found that sperm concentration fell from 99 million per ml in 1973 to 47.1 million per ml in 2011 -- a decline of 52.4% -- among western men unaware of their fertility. For the same group, total sperm count -- the number of sperm in a semen sample -- fell by just under 60%.

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Up Your Baking Game By Embossing Your Pastries

Have you ever stared at an empanada, willing it to tell you what delicious filling it contained within its pastry walls? If this scenario sounds familiar, I have good news: you can—as Twitter user @savelexi has shown us— emboss your pastry dough with identifying information, so you never have to wonder if you’re reaching for chicken or beef ever again.

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The Best Windows Tablets of 2017

Just as with any system, however, a Windows tablet requires you to make choices. How big and powerful do you want (or need) it to be? What sort of features are you looking for? And do you care about using it when you're out and about, or will you only need it while you're around a Wi-Fi connection? We'll help you answer all these questions and more, and tell you which of the many Windows tablets on the market are our favorites.

Amazon Q2 Earnings Preview: 4 Things To Watch

So more eyes than usual will be on Amazon this Thursday as it reports second-quarter earnings for 2017. The Jeff Bezos-led e-commerce juggernaut expects sales to grow 20% year over year, hitting around $36 billion. As the stock has been rising, many analysts expect it to surge even higher following the report. According to FactSet estimates cited by CNBC , analysts expect the stock to hit $1,136, compared to its current price of $1,037.

Certain Penis-Dwelling Bacteria Might Increase Your HIV Risk

HIV transmission is a complex process with factors beyond just who you sleep with and how. The virus ultimately needs to find its way to the correct kinds of cells in order to wreak havoc. And some of the risk, at least for those with penises, may come from the kinds of bacteria on the tip.

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Moto Z2 Force Hands-on: Still modular and unbreakable, but a little less exciting

Reawaken your childhood by wearing these stylin' Lisa Frank pajamas

Reawaken your childhood by wearing these stylin' Lisa Frank pajamas

Hey Justin Bieber—go ahead and take a nice, long break

Just few months in—after storming off stage and walking out of a radio interview—Bieber had some things to get off his chest. "Sadly it's been a rough week for me, long days no sleep, while having to be 'on' as they would say for cameras fans etc," Bieber wrote on Instagram following a show in Norway he did not complete. "In no way did I mean to come across mean, but chose to end the show as the people in the front row would not listen. Hopefully people will understand where I am coming from."

'Uncharted: Lost Legacy' is what a female video game power fantasy looks like

"So when we're thinking about how she's different from Drake, mechanically, it just added to our already established suite of Uncharted mechanics," Margenau said. "It's based on who she is as a character, how the two of them work together, how that changes the melee system — like with Nadine's ability to beat the crap out of everyone. Then you're able to help her out, or she can help you out."

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The UK's online porn crackdown could harm young people more than it helps

Apple manufacturer Quanta seen riding high on 'Apple Watch Series 3' coming this fall

Regular Apple supplier Quanta Computer is likely to enjoy strong revenues in the second half of 2017, in part because of the third-generation Apple Watch, reports reaffirmed on Tuesday. Compal Electronics has joined the Watch supply chain but will probably handle older-generation models still on sale, said the Chinese-language Economic Daily News , cited by DigiTimes . The company's involvement was rumored as far back as April , and at the time said to involve taking over some Series 2 production. It's unknown if Apple will continue to sell the Series 1 in a post-"Series 3" environment. The 1 is essentially a first-generation Watch with a faster processor, lacking upgrades like waterproofing or GPS. Since 2015, flagship Watch production has been handled entirely by Quanta, making it natural for that relationship to continue. Rumors about the "Series 3" remain relatively few and far between. One of the most common is that that device could get LTE, allowing it to operate independently of an iPhone —at least, to a greater degree than the Series 2. It may also get built-in sleep tracking , like many other wearables, and possibly even a non-invasive glucose monitor.

Sam Adams Tries To Raise Up Craft Brewing By Supporting The Competition

The program has made 1,300 loans worth $17.7 million total since it started. That includes about $1 million for 40 small independent craft brewers. According to that the Brewers Association, indie craft brewers generally make less than 6 million barrels a year with the brewery owning at least 75% of its own operations. All Brewing The American Dream recipients fit under that umbrella, with the majority having less than $500,000 in revenue. The average loan amount is $10,000, a sum that, if used wisely, often spurs job creation. Once you create a keg wash system, say, you need a person to run it. As production increases, the demand for delivery drivers and sales staff might grow. (Sam Adams estimates that each infusion ultimately leads to three to four more employees.)

Exclusive: Viacom willing to make an all-cash deal to buy Scripps Networks - sources

(Reuters) - Viacom Inc has informed Scripps Networks Interactive it is willing to pay all cash to acquire the U.S. TV network operator, sources familiar with the matter said on Tuesday.

The Biggest Winners and Losers of the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con

Every year at Comic-Con, certain things—news stories, trailers, publicity stunts—stand out from the rest of the crowd. With so much happening every single day, it’s just inevitable. Some stuff exceeds our expectations or delightfully surprises us; other stuff distinguishes itself because it sucks. Here are the winners and losers of this year’s Comic-Con.

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India wants to hit the brakes on self-driving cars before even starting the engine

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