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How software sterilized rock music

It's not just pitch correction: with modern music-making software, it's as easy to snap analog recordings of instruments to a time signature as it is to program EDM. When everything is quantized, says
Sarah Connor returns in the teaser trailer for ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’

Sarah Connor returns in the teaser trailer for ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’

Oh boy, there’s another Terminator movie on its way. I haven’t watched any of the franchise’s big-screen installments since “Terminator 2” — not “Rise of the Machines,” “Salvation” or the
FanDuel partners with fuboTV to bring sports betting data to the live-streaming service

FanDuel partners with fuboTV to bring sports betting data to the live-streaming service

Live sports-streaming service fuboTV today announced a first-of-its-kind partnership with daily fantasy sports provider FanDuel, which will see the latter’s betting data integrated into fuboTV’s
PlayStation’s Dominic Mallinson on next-gen VR, wireless, gaze tracking, foveated rendering, and AR

PlayStation’s Dominic Mallinson on next-gen VR, wireless, gaze tracking, foveated rendering, and AR

VentureBeat interview: Dominic Mallinson, senior vice president of R&D at Sony, talks PSVR, wireless, gaze tracking, foveated rendering, and AR.
Rotten Tomatoes will start verifying ticket purchases for audience reviews

Rotten Tomatoes will start verifying ticket purchases for audience reviews

Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes is taking additional steps to confirm that audience members actually see a movie before leaving a rating or review. The site’s Audience Scores — distinct from the
A Demoralizing Debate About Liberalism

A Demoralizing Debate About Liberalism

Liberalism is under dire threat. On one hand, far-right parties are rising in Europe and a menacing American president is playing footsy with fascists and eager to pardon convicted war criminals. On
Facebook Apologizes for Banning Pro-Life Ad in Ireland

Facebook Apologizes for Banning Pro-Life Ad in Ireland

Facebook has lifted a ban on a pro-life ad campaign in Ireland that featured an image of a human fetus, saying it had been mistaken in judging the image to be “graphic or violent.”
Brzezinski Calls on Ivanka, Kushner to 'Say Something' About 'Evil' Border Separation Policy

Brzezinski Calls on Ivanka, Kushner to 'Say Something' About 'Evil' Border Separation Policy

In response to a 10-year-old girl from El Salvador reportedly dying in custody after medical complications last year, MSNBC “Morning Joe” co-host Mika Brzezinski took aim at President Donald Trump’s
Twitter Co-Founder Ev Williams: Fox News Is 'More Destructive' than Social Media

Twitter Co-Founder Ev Williams: Fox News Is 'More Destructive' than Social Media

In a recent CNN interview, Twitter co-founder Ev Williams defended the social network by claiming that Fox News is "more destructive" than Twitter ever could be.
NPR: ‘A Baby Is Not a Baby Until It Is Born’

NPR: ‘A Baby Is Not a Baby Until It Is Born’

Taxpayer-funded National Public Radio has republished its style guide in the wake of recent abortion legislation, urging its staff to stick to language that does not accidentally humanize the unborn
Nolte: 64% Say FBI Knew Dossier Was Bunk Prior to Applying for FISA Warrant

Nolte: 64% Say FBI Knew Dossier Was Bunk Prior to Applying for FISA Warrant

Almost two-thirds of voters (64 percent) believe the FBI knew the Debunked Russia Dossier was fake prior to obtaining a warrant to spy on the Trump campaign.
Nolte: Report Alleges Media Stars Allowed Michael Avenatti to Abuse Staffers

Nolte: Report Alleges Media Stars Allowed Michael Avenatti to Abuse Staffers

"Prime-time anchors" and "talent" allegedly allowed disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti to be abusive towards staffers, a Vanity Fair report claims.
Google AI researchers use mannequin challenge YouTube videos to improve depth prediction

Google AI researchers use mannequin challenge YouTube videos to improve depth prediction

Google AI researchers used 2,000 mannequin challenge videos from YouTube to train AI that predicts depth in videos with people and objects in motion.
Sky journalist and crew deliberately shot at by Syrian government

Sky journalist and crew deliberately shot at by Syrian government

Footage shows Alex Crawford and her team under intense bombardment in IdlibThe Sky news journalist Alex Crawford and her camera crew were deliberately targeted by the Syrian government and repeatedly
We no longer have an attorney general, and the press should say so

We no longer have an attorney general, and the press should say so

Ceaselessly ripping up norms, Donald Trump has clearly turned the Department of Justice into a political weapon, and Attorney General William Barr now gladly oversees it with one goal in mind: protect

Indian PM Narendra Modi’s reelection spells more frustration for US tech giants

Amazon and Walmart’s problems in India look set to continue after Narendra Modi, the biggest force to embrace the country’s politics in decades, led his Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party to a
The DOJ Just Charged Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act

The DOJ Just Charged Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act

“Assange was knowingly receiving such classified records from [Chelsea] Manning for the purpose of publicly disclosing them on the WikiLeaks website,” the indictment reads.
Julian Assange: US charges WikiLeaks founder with violating Espionage Act – live

Julian Assange: US charges WikiLeaks founder with violating Espionage Act – live

Eighteen-count DoJ indictment alleges Assange, who was arrested last month in London, ‘risked serious harm’ to AmericaSign up for the US briefing and get a new perspective 9.15pm BST The indictment

WikiLeaks’ Assange charged under the Espionage Act in a ‘major test case’ for press freedom

Julian Assange, founder of whistleblowing site WikiLeaks, has been charged with more than a dozen additional charges by U.S. federal prosecutors, including under the controversial Espionage Act — a
European Union Election Puts UK Media in Four-Day Bind as Government Unravels

European Union Election Puts UK Media in Four-Day Bind as Government Unravels

Strict broadcasting rules governing election day reporting are being strung out in some cases for four days while people across Europe vote in EU elections, leaving journalists in a difficult