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Docomo creates first 5G-ready streaming system for 8K stereoscopic VR
Expect high-definition live events to stream to VR headsets in the near future, thanks to a Japanese carrier's new 3D 8K streaming platform.
Facebook’s 15th birthday is clouded by controversies and concerns
As Facebook turns 15, the most important thing is not what the company has accomplished, but how the environment it's operating in has changed.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop is coming to Netflix
Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand Goop is coming to Netflix. According to a scoop from Variety, Goop will expand its original content offerings with a docuseries on Netflix, focused on issues related
Original Content podcast: ‘You’ gives us obnoxious millennials and their creepy stalkers
The confusingly titled “You” premiered on Lifetime last fall, but it’s moving to Netflix for its second season, making the show a Netflix Original — and fair game for the Original Content podcast. The
Scarborough: Trump, Bolton 'Hell-bent' on Starting a War with Iran
Monday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough weighed in on President Donald Trump’s distrust of the intelligence community. Scarborough claimed Trump and National Security Advisor John Bolton were
Netanyahu Launches Own TV Channel to ‘Throw the Fake Out of the News’
TEL AVIV - Taking a leaf out of then-GOP candidate Donald Trump, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has launched a Likud Party TV channel on Facebook, in what claims to be an attempt to "throw the
Report: Ralph Northam's Abortion Comments Prompted Classmate to Reveal Racist Photo
A former classmate of Gov. Ralph Northam (D-VA) is believed to have tipped off the press about his racist yearbook photo in response to his remarks about proposed leglisation that would allow
Jeremy Hardy, the honorary Jew who held out an olive branch | Letters
Hardy was a goy who pitched ‘insider’ jokes perfectly, says Naomi Wayne. Philip Clayton wonders why comedians’ deaths seem to touch us more than other famous people, Sarah Cemlyn remembers Hardy as
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Google brings Instant Tethering to third-party Chromebooks
Google has rolled out Instant Tethering to third-party Chromebooks; 15 additional Chromebook models and over 30 cell phone models now support the feature.
‘Vice’ Is a Travesty in Storytelling
Biographers usually paint their subjects in either a positive light or a morally complex one. Director and screenwriter Adam McKay chose a different path in... Read More The post ‘Vice’ Is a Travesty
YouTube expands test of its Instagram-like Explore tab to more devices
YouTube is expanding the test of its “Explore” feature, a new discovery tool it first introduced as an experiment within its iPhone app last year. Similar to Instagram’s Explore page, the new YouTube
How Big Beer’s Fight Over Corn Syrup Explains American Brewing Today
If you watched the Super Bowl last night, you probably learned something about megabrands of US beer: that some of them, namely Coors Light and Miller Lite, contain corn syrup, while another, Bud
Gavin McInnes Sues SPLC for Defamation
Conservative commentator and Vice co-founder Gavin McInnes is reportedly suing the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) for "defaming" him, publishing "false, damaging and defamatory statements," and
Washington Post Employees Blast Jeff Bezos for Spending $5M on Super Bowl Ad
Washington Post employees slammed Jeff Bezos dropping $5 million dollars on a Super Bowl commerical instead of providing additional benefits
WaPo: Justin Fairfax Made 'Incorrect' Claims in Statement Denying Alleged Sexual Assault
In a piece published after the release of the Fairfax statement, the Post says there were no inconsistencies in the woman's accusation.
Gwyneth Paltrow's Goop to become Netflix TV show
Actor expected to co-host new documentary series featuring doctors, researchers and alternative health practitionersIf eating according to the colours of the rainbow and steaming your vagina is just
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College Professor in NYT Op-Ed: 'Blackface' Mary Poppins Is Racist
A professor at Linfield College in Oregon claims that the 1964 film Mary Poppins is racist, arguing that the main character can be seen "blacking up" her face with soot as she dances with chimney
Gurf Morlix Stares Into the Abyss
Gurf Morlix Impossible Blue Rootball Though he’s hardly unknown, Austin’s Gurf Morlix enjoys far less acclaim than his talent merits. On his tenth (!) solo album, the rueful bard and subtle guitar
'Slate' Mocks Nancy Pelosi for Repeatedly Using Fake Bible Scripture
A Slate reporter caled out House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) for using fake Bible quotes in her speeches for years.
One of the Best War Movies Ever Made is $8 Right Now
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