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Para Doc – Saying Things

14 minutes agoMusic / Dance & DJ : Salacious Sound

“Saying Things” by Para Doc is a hit! I hadn’t heard any music by the upcoming artist until listening to this single earlier today, and because of that I am just now becoming a fan of his catalog. Not only is the recent release a dope...Show More Summary

At Last, You Can Build a Nuclear Command Center in Minecraft

1 hour agoNews : The Daily Beast

Photo Illustration by Elizabeth Brockway/The Daily Beast If you’ve ever wondered what a nuclear apocalypse looks like from inside the Defense Department’s concrete holy of holies, we can help you out with that now. Sort of. On Thursday,...Show More Summary

The Ever Evolving Vision of The Race Club

By Jeff Grace on SwimSwam The original vision of The Race Club was to develop Olympic medalists. Since that time their vision has evolved. Now they are focused on teaching athletes and coaches how enhance their training programs... Read the full story on SwimSwam: The Ever Evolving Vision of The Race Club

Xiaomi's 50-inch Mi TV 4A offers 4K HDR for just $375

Xiaomi's latest Mi TV packs a punch. By now, you should be familiar with Xiaomi's obsessive focus on quality and value for money. That's what allowed the brand to swiftly rise up the ranks in China and India, and its latest product epitomizes those qualities. Show More Summary

China says sunken Iranian tanker may be leaking bunker fuel

BEIJING (Reuters) - Bunker fuel may now be leaking from the Iranian oil tanker that sank in the East China Sea last Sunday, China's State Oceanic Administration (SOA) said, underlining fears for contamination from the world's worst oil ship disaster in decades.

A New Harry Potter Game Wants To Explore Life At Hogwarts Before Harry

Harry Potter has always had a weird relationship with video games, from the traditional movie tie-ins to the LEGO series. But now that the franchise has mostly stepped aside for the prequel era in Fantastic Beasts, you'd think we'd start seeing more games connected to Newt instead of Harry and friends - but the latest Potter game is Hogwarts bound! More »      

Facebook might soon let you create Stories from the desktop

Facebook still wants you to upload your photos to its Facebook Stories app, and it’s bringing it to the desktop. The firm is now testing a feature that lets users upload photos from their desktop PCs to Stories, as opposed to existing...Show More Summary

UPDATE: Offset Explains Use of “QUEER” + Apologizes For Offending Gays…

Offset is still being dragged online after spitting a bars about how he doesn’t vibe with “Queers” (click HERE if you missed that). The Migos rapper has now offered an official explanation for his use of the term. Details below…FULL...Show More Summary

Grey's Anatomy Has a New Spinoff You Can Watch Right Now

Grey's Anatomy fans, rejoice: B-Team is a new spinoff that you can stream right now for free! For every Harper Avery Award win and every steamy hookup, there's a clueless, bushy-tailed intern missing social cues and doing scut work, according to B-Team. Show More Summary

All These Movies Are Turning 10 This Year, Because We're Old Now

It may not seem like 2008 was that long ago, but guess what? As of 2018, it's been 10 years since the New York Giants came out of nowhere to upset the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl; since we said goodbye to Boston Legal, Passions,...Show More Summary

'Supernatural' Winter Premiere Recap: The Wayward Sisters Save the Day

Supernatural is back from its winter break, and the show couldn't have chosen a better time to deliver this particular episode. There's nothing cooler right now that female empowerment, and "Wayward Sisters" puts the women front and center in a backdoor pilot for a potential spin-off series hat the CW would be fools not to pick up for next year.

Full list of 80 new banks and credit unions now supporting Android Pay

9 hours agoTechnology / Google : Phandroid

The group of banks and credit unions that support Android Pay just got larger with 80 new additions. Here's the full list.

Blue Wave Receding? New Marist Poll Shows Democratic Advantage in Congressional Midterms Plummeting

It had reached a high of +13, but now it's fallen to about half that, +6. Wait until the Democrats shut down the American government to keep foreigners illegally in-country. And the economy's still heating up. It hasn't hit top...

“Right to Repair” legislation has now been introduced in 17 states

Hawaii and Oklahoma are the most recent states to introduce laws that would give consumers an alternative to manufacturer service departments when something breaks, says a report by advocacy group Repair.org. In general, the proposed...Show More Summary

US respect among foreign countries at all time low

In 2016, Trump claimed the US had no respect under President Obama. Turns out, the world respects us less now that Trump’s in charge.

Apple Will Make iPhone Throttling Optional. Lawsuit Plaintiffs Say “Too Late”

Apple now faces 45 lawsuits surrounding “Batterygate,” a day after CEO Tim Cook vowed to let iPhone users disable battery throttling. Apple CEO Tim Cook said in an interview with ABC News last night that Apple will soon release a software update allowing iPhone users to turn off the now-notorious “throttling” feature. But the lawsuits just keep coming. Read Full Story

Prosecutors Now Want 19 Other Bill Cosby Accusers to Testify in Retrial, Including Janice Dickinson

On Thursday, prosecutors in the Bill Cosby retrial filed a new motion requesting that 19 other accusers be allowed to testify this time around. During the first trial, in which Cosby faced three charges of indecent sexual assault against Andrea Constand, they’d asked for 13 accusers; the judge, however, ruled ... More »

This is what happens to you if you take the Tide Pod Challenge

The Tide Pod Challenge is the latest nasty thing that's gone viral amongst The Teens. You’ve probably heard about it by now, but if you didn’t here’s the gist of it: Teenagers challenge each other to bite into those tiny detergent capsules...Show More Summary

U.S. won't pay $45 million pledged for Palestinian food aid for now

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States will not provide $45 million in food aid for Palestinians that it pledged last month as part of the West Bank/Gaza Emergency Appeal led by the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA), the U.S. State Department said on Thursday.

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