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John Oliver Explains What the Hell Has Happened to Rudy Giuliani

Last week, Rudy Giuliani shocked the country—and even Sean Hannity—with the revelation that President Donald Trump’s money paid for the $130,000 hush agreement involving adult film star Stormy
Hollywood producer brings blockchain to the movies with TaTaTu

Hollywood producer brings blockchain to the movies with TaTaTu

Blockchain technologies are springing up everywhere at the moment, including at the center of the entertainment universe: Hollywood. Today, producer Andrea Iervolino is launching a new

∞ Bobby McFerrin demonstrates the power of the pentatonic scale

[VIDEO] This is just amazing. It's from 2009, so the video quality isn't perfect, but no matter, it good enough and the audio is what matters.McFerrin is talented and the audience interaction is
How to watch Microsoft’s Build 2018 livestream

How to watch Microsoft’s Build 2018 livestream

Microsoft’s biggest event of the year is happening this week: Build 2018 is being held in Seattle from May 7-9. Both Day 1 and Day 2 keynotes are scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. Pacific (11:30 a.m.
Microsoft shows off Remote Assist and Layout mixed reality apps

Microsoft shows off Remote Assist and Layout mixed reality apps

Microsoft didn’t have much to say about HoloLens and mixed reality at its Build 2018 developers conference today. But the company still managed to squeeze in two new apps, coming as previews on May
Microsoft announces Your Phone app for Windows 10 and Timeline coming to iPhone

Microsoft announces Your Phone app for Windows 10 and Timeline coming to iPhone

Having given up on Windows 10 Mobile and Windows Phone, Microsoft has turned its attention to how best to embrace Android and iOS. At its Build 2018 developers conference today, we got an update on
Android Things 1.0 arrives to help IoT developers leverage Google Assistant and machine learning

Android Things 1.0 arrives to help IoT developers leverage Google Assistant and machine learning

Google today released version 1.0 of Android Things, letting manufacturers build and maintain Internet of Things (IoT) devices using its technologies. The first stable release of Android Things means
Google’s new Android TV push: Soundbars with Google Assistant

Google’s new Android TV push: Soundbars with Google Assistant

Google is doubling down on its Google Assistant strategy for Android TV. The company and JBL today announced the JBL Link Bar, a soundbar powered by Android TV with Google Assistant built in. The JBL
Thanos invades Fortnite because ‘Infinity War’ directors are big fans

Thanos invades Fortnite because ‘Infinity War’ directors are big fans

Avengers: Infinity War is the biggest movie in the world right now, and it is teaming up with Fortnite, which is one of the biggest games around, to bring the maniacal villain Thanos into the battle
Prominent Mexican journalist fired after call to kill presidential hopeful Amlo

Prominent Mexican journalist fired after call to kill presidential hopeful Amlo

After tweeting a call to assassinate Andrés Manuel López Obrador, two Mexican media outlets cut ties with the journalist, Ricardo AlemánWho is ‘Amlo’: the veteran leftwinger who could be Mexico’s next
'I'll continue writing the truth': the editor taking on Erdoğan

'I'll continue writing the truth': the editor taking on Erdoğan

Şener Leven has made his tiny Turkish Cypriot newspaper an enemy of Turkey’s president Şener Levent is on a mission. He has survived being set on by mob and two gun attacks and has had a dead dog left
Everything Microsoft announced at Build 2018

Everything Microsoft announced at Build 2018

The first day of Microsoft’s Build 2018 developer conference came and went, and the technology giant unveiled myriad tools and products for developers and geeks of the world to chew on. From
Univision Is A Fucking Mess

Univision Is A Fucking Mess

This is the story of how corporate raiding, complacency, excess, and incompetence are gutting a media company that matters to tens of millions of people. It’s not a novel story, and perhaps not even
Univision Is A Fucking Mess

Univision Is A Fucking Mess

This is the story of how corporate raiding, complacency, excess, and incompetence are gutting a media company that matters to tens of millions of people. It’s not a novel story, and perhaps not even

Austin Mann, an iMac Pro, and some kickass photography in Antarctica

I'm a big fan of Austin Mann's photography blog. He loves Apple gear and puts it to great use.This post is about a trip he took to South America and Antarctica. The pics were taken with a range of
PanaCast Live delivers 180-degree 4K immersive video

PanaCast Live delivers 180-degree 4K immersive video

Altia Systems is announcing its PanaCast Live System, which delivers 180-degree immersive videos. Intel Sports is using the system to broadcast live high-quality images with a virtual reality-style
Amazon-owned Ring embraces neighborhood watch with home security networking app

Amazon-owned Ring embraces neighborhood watch with home security networking app

Two months after it was acquired by the mighty Amazon for a cool $1 billion, smart doorbell and security camera maker Ring has launched its first official product as an Amazon-owned company. The new
Univision Is A Fucking Mess

Univision Is A Fucking Mess

This is the story of how corporate raiding, complacency, excess, and incompetence are gutting a media company that matters to tens of millions of people. It’s not a novel story, and perhaps not even
Facebook to block foreign spending on Irish abortion vote ads

Facebook to block foreign spending on Irish abortion vote ads

Company accused of being late with move to help curb outside attempts to sway referendumFacebook is blocking all foreign spending on advertising around Ireland’s upcoming referendum on abortion in an
Sean Hannity Informs Building Tenants About Deep-State Conspiracy Forcing Him To Triple Rent

Sean Hannity Informs Building Tenants About Deep-State Conspiracy Forcing Him To Triple Rent

PERRY, GA—Explaining to the residents that the matter was simply out of his control, television host and landlord Sean Hannity informed tenants living in buildings he owns about the deep-state