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Sneaky dog steals food when nobody is looking, except for the camera

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What was Mike Pence touching at NASA and is it okay?

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The Game of Game of Thrones: season 7 preview and a dwindling draft pool

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3 reasons why the Galaxy Note 8 is gonna be huge

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Spotify is testing a 'driving mode' for fewer distractions

It makes sense that Spotify would be testing a way to make it safer to drive while using its app, even if this specific set of features isn't released as an official mode. When reached for comment, a Spotify spokesperson said, "We test new products all the time and have no news to share."

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Jeremy Renner Managed to Break Both Arms During Avengers: Infinity War

“I’ll heal fast. I’m doing everything I can to heal faster,” he continued. Sadly, Hawkeye does not have super-healing, so in both the MCU and the real world, Renner’s going to have to get better on regular old human time.

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Video: App of the week: Wunderlist makes organizing easy - TechRepublic

Want to get organized? Wunderlist can help you do just that.

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CopyCat Android malware infected 14 million devices, rooted 8 million last year | ZDNet

In order to achieve root status, the malicious code uses six different vulnerabilities for Android versions 5 and earlier through an "upgrade" pack pulled from Amazon web storage. Some of the flaws the malware tests for are extremely old and the most modern ones were discovered over two years ago -- and so should your device be patched and up-to-date, CopyCat should not be a worry.

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Facebook and Google join net neutrality 'day of action'

Having both big internet players stepping up to the net neutrality debate could be crucial to avoiding an FCC -led crash and burn. While neither company told Forbes what their specific plans were, both Facebook and Google confirmed participation in the event. We've reached out to both and will update this post when we hear back.

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7 Things You Didn't Know About 'Shaun of the Dead'

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Waymo must disclose details of Lyft car deal to Uber: ruling

SAN FRANCISCO A U.S. judge on Friday ruled that Alphabet Inc's self-driving car unit Waymo must disclose documents to attorneys representing Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] about Waymo's partnership with Lyft Inc, saying the information could be important in Waymo's lawsuit accusing Uber of stealing some of its trade secrets.

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Apple challenges Imagination Technologies' disclosure timing

Apple Inc ( AAPL.O ) on Friday disputed the timeline of events leading up the disclosure by Imagination Technologies Group Plc ( IMG.L ) that Apple plans to drop the graphics chip supplier, a loss of the UK company's largest customer that sent shares plummeting.

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Video: How to find duplicates in an Excel spreadsheet - TechRepublic

Need to locate and filter out duplicate data from an Excel document? Here's how to do it.

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The 47 best iPhone games

The mobile format is perfect for digitising card games, and if you're looking for the best collectible card game experience, you can't go past Hearthstone, produced with all the polish and shine Blizzard can muster. The game is based on World of Warcraft, and each of the nine classes has a deck based on its WoW equivalent, which allows for a variety of play styles. And there are also meaty options for both single-player and competitive multiplayer, and it's perfect for both quick-play or something more in-depth. In short, it's extremely versatile and you can play it however you like. It's hard to imagine a more perfect digital CCG experience.

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Clean up your virtual program groups by removing the arrows from desktop shortcut icons - TechRepublic

Take our virtual program groups trick one step further: Modify shortcut icons to make your desktop an even sharper application launcher.

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Is this man a Ryan Gosling lookalike or is he just wearing a suit?

But be honest with yourself. Once the sunglasses come off, this person does not look like Ryan Gosling at all. Yes, he is a very nice looking man — or #dapperman, as a hashtag below suggests — but no one's going to, like, approach him on the street and say they loved him in Drive .

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Facebook and Google to FCC: Don't monkey with net neutrality

"In previous years these companies have often been on the sidelines of these fights," he said in a statement. "So we hope that they plan to do something meaningful in the spirit of the protest and educate their users about what's at stake if we lose net neutrality protections that protect our online free speech, and give them opportunities to take action."

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Volkswagen wants robots to help you charge your electric car - Roadshow

The two have already begun collaborating on a project called E-Smart Connect. It's basically a robot that plugs an electric car into a charger. All the driver needs to do is park in a designated space, and the robot will take care of the rest. It's not necessarily saving humans from thousands of man-hours of annual toil, but hey, it's a start.

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Report: Jawbone Is Shutting down Its Business

Jawbone, a company popular for its Bluetooth headsets, speakers and fitness bands, is reportedly closing shop. A report from  The Information  suggests that the company has already begun sending notices to its staff as well as the creditors. Most of the employees at Jawbone have begun the transition to a spinoff brand, known as Jawbone Health Hub, the report adds. CEO and co-founder of Jawbone, Hosain Rahman, has already moved on to the new company.

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Facebook to build housing in Silicon Valley for first time

T he shortage of housing in California's Silicon Valley has gotten so severe that Facebook Inc on Friday proposed taking homebuilding into its own hands for the first time with a plan to construct 1,500 units near its headquarters.

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Amazon has long had a reputation as a hard-ball negotiator. It turns out its negotiations with Whole Foods leading up to its $13.7 billion acquisition agreement were no different, according to an SEC filing outlining a timeline of the talks between the two companies. On May 23, Amazon made a written offer to acquire Whole Foods for $41 a share, less than a month after the first meeting between senior executives of the companies, the filing said. Whole Foods came back with a counterproposal of $45 a share, which got Amazon to increase its offer to $42. But Amazon's bankers from Goldman Sachs then "stressed several times" that the increase to $42 represented Amazon's "best and final offer." Amazon's bankers "also made it clear again ... that Amazon.com would disengage from its efforts to acquire the company and pursue other alternatives and initiatives if the $42.00 per share price were not accepted ," the filing said, "and that Amazon.com expected that the company would not approach other potential bidders while the company was negotiating with Amazon.com." Amazon also threatened it would walk away if the talks leaked to the press, which they did not.

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Hackers targeting US nuclear power plants, report finds

The government report didn't indicate whether the purpose of the cyberattacks was espionage or physical destruction, but researchers concluded that hackers appeared to be mapping computer systems for future attack. The origin of the attacks is also unclear, but sources told the Times that hackers' techniques resembled those used by a Russian hacking group known as Energetic Bear, which has been linked to attacks on the energy sector since 2012.

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A single gene in E. coli bacteria could hold clues for extending the human lifespan

The team began with a series of E. coli strains that were identical except for a single missing gene in each strain. Once the various strains were fed to C. elegans, the researchers found that 29 of them extended the lives of the worms by at least 10 percent. Of those 29, 19 also improved the worms’ quality of life, protecting the specimens from cancer and neurodegenerative conditions — in short, they were protected from age-associated diseases. Two of the strains surprised the researchers by making very high amounts of colanic acid. When they were stopped from producing the acid, the longevity benefits also stopped, which established a relationship.

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We rated every Trump handshake so far at G20

Hey not bad! Now that's what I call a handshake! Although he does look like he's a property owner having some sort of problem with a tree hanging over his fence. I'm kind of stingy on handshake form so I am afraid I am still going with a on this one 1/10 . Sorry, I'm kind of a stickler.

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How to get alerts for the best Prime Day deals

Typically, people use camelcamelcamel to create individual price alerts, so when a item's price drops below a certain threshold, they receive an alert. But camelcamelcamel has an even better feature: wish list sync. This allows you to build your Amazon wish list and create a rule for which you want to be notified. For instance, I'm only notified when the price of an item drops to at least one penny below its lowest price ever. Best of all, it creates an RSS feed for your price drop alerts, so you can even add the alerts to your favorite RSS reader.

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It appears that 'US Weekly' has accidentally encouraged cannibalism

And if it's not? No worries! Who among us hasn't accidentally advocated for cannibalism at one point or another? C'est la vie.

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Lorde clarifies her comments about her 'dear friend' Taylor Swift, and the supposed squad

Taylor is a dear friend. I love her very much. In the interview in question I had just been talking about [Davie] Bowie and Patti Smith — those were the 'idol's I was referring to that I was saying I'm not friends with, not Taylor!

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How to Fix iOS 10 - iOS 10.3.2 Battery Life Problems

While iOS takes care of suspending apps in the background, it’s likely that some apps wake up in the background to fetch content off the network. You may want to force close apps like VoIP, navigation and streaming audio apps if you’re not using them as they’re known to drain battery life. It is important to note here that you should only close apps that you don’t want to use. It is a not a good practice to force close all apps, as that could have an adverse impact on battery life. Force close an app by double-pressing the home button scrolling through the apps to find the one you want to close, and swiping up on the app card to close it.

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A Look Inside Calexit, the Comic That Imagines California's Secession From a Fascist US

Although Calexit initially started out as a twisted extension of fears about the resurgence of the far right, Pizzolo is alarmed at just how swiftly its concepts have gone from thought experiments to alarmingly realistic in the time it’s taken the series to hit comic shelves. “In the time since we cooked this fictitious world up,” Pizzolo continued, “Trump was elected President and pushed through his controversial travel ban executive order, with numerous states refusing to enforce it and the Supreme Court ruling largely against the states. When President Trump pulled America out of the Paris accord, California responded by co-founding the United States Climate Alliance with other states, in direct defiance of the Federal Government, and California even went so far as to forge a unilateral climate agreement direct with China. And Trump threatened to deputize the National Guard. It’s all really startling. When we put this book together we weren’t hoping for ‘prescient’ to be the word buzzing around it.”

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Microsoft's latest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update test build adds DPI improvements | ZDNet

Microsoft is attempting to fix more of Windows 10's DPI problems around blurry apps with its latest Windows 10 Fall Creators Update test build 16237.

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Should You Quit Your Job? When To Leave And When To Stick It Out

But there are other times when the answer to “should I quit my job?” is a lot less clear. After all, work isn’t fun 100% of the time. Even those of us lucky to have our dream jobs probably have tasks and responsibilities that we’d really rather not do. And growing in our career sometimes involves weathering through some challenging times.

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The Anteater's Tongue Is an Evolutionary Masterpiece

Anteaters are very good animals. They somehow pull off the whole “slurp up ants with their sticky, noodly, bendy straw tongues” so confidently you forget how weird that is. And scientists agree that, yes, anteater tongues are weird. But they’re also understudied.

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A diabetes medication that costs 6 cents a pill could be a key to living longer

Using the drug as an anti-aging treatment makes sense, since it helps the body be more sensitive to insulin, which in turn lowers the amount of blood sugar in the body and helps things run more smoothly. That may mean the drug could simply help people feel healthier for longer than they might have otherwise — a phenomenon known as increasing the " healthspan ."

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Add an emoji keyboard to Chrome on Windows

When sending a tweet or posting on your Facebook wall from a mobile device, it's easy to add fun emojis to enhance the conversation. These can be faces that accurately depict your emotions, or just something random and funny.

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Rumored Disney-themed Cards Against Humanity pack will ruin your childhood

It's rumored that the company behind the infamous card game will release a Disney-themed expansion pack for those who can't get enough of princesses, talking animals, and that Moana song that's still stuck in your head eight months later.

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Make This Simple Miso Marinade for All of Your Meaty Needs

The more I use miso, the more I become convinced that other flavoring agents are simply not needed. Not only does it render soups, dips, and desserts totally addictive, but it makes one heck of a delicious marinade.

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How to master Google Chrome | ZDNet

If you've not closed Google Chrome in a while -- probably because you've got a whole bunch of tabs you're keeping open -- then perhaps there's an update waiting for you. You can easily tell if there's an update on later releases of Chrome because the menu button (the three vertical dots right of the address bar) will change from green to yellow and then red to give you a visual reminder of how out-of-date the browser you are running is.

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This Android malware steals data from 40 apps, spies on messages and location | ZDNet

Whichever way this trojan is distributed, those behind SpyDealer have been carrying out their nefarious activity for over a year and a half, with the oldest sample of the malware familiy dating back to October 2015. Those behind SpyDealer are still actively updating the malware, with the most recent seen by researchers created in May 2017.

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53 Big pup spooked by extremely tiny kitten while trying to make friends
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55 Brutal Drone Footage Shows a Pod of Orcas Attacking a Minke Whale
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57 Some new Surface Pro users reporting hibernation problems | ZDNet
58 The Black Death May Have Had a Surprising Effect on the Environment
59 The Greatest Spider-Men of All Time, Ranked
60 Heroic pizza delivery guy delivers pizza in the middle of the G20 Hamburg riots
61 5 ways to win loyal customers - TechRepublic
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63 Here's Mike Pence touching space flight hardware you're clearly not supposed to touch
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65 Chromebooks are testing a touchscreen-friendly redesign
66 This Photographer's Shots of Real Buildings Look Just Like Optical Illusions
67 Lorde said she's not in Taylor Swift's squad and the world is officially upside down
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69 How to Take Your Dog on Public Transportation Safely
70 Mike Pence Touches NASA Equipment Labeled 'Do Not Touch', Becomes Instant Meme
71 Watch a High-Speed Train Race a Fighter Jet
72 Battery Explodes at Turkish Airport After Passenger Throws Power Bank During Security Spat
73 7 React libraries your programmers should know
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75 Brand New Book By Maurice Sendak Has Been Found in the Late Author's Archives
76 7 potential bidders, a call to Amazon, and an ultimatum: How the Whole Foods deal went down
77 Facebook is building a village that will include housing, a grocery store and a hotel
78 Everything you need to know about Tesla Model 3, which is starting production today
79 Spider-Man’s spidey sense is actually pretty close to the real thing
80 Galaxy S8 does little to disrupt iPhone 7 sales
81 Comma.ai launches an $88 universal car interface called Panda
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