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Slate: Women Won’t Be Equal Until They Murder and Rape More People, LGBT Conservatives are ‘Villains’
Slate’s Christina Cauterucci claimed women won’t be equal until they murder more people before branding LGBT conservatives “queer villains” in an article Wednesday. “These men are more than just bad actors on the national stage: They seek influence and use it for evil means, then show no remorse,” wrote Cauterucci ...
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New computer virus spreads from Ukraine to disrupt world business
FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A computer virus wreaked havoc on firms around the globe on Wednesday as it spread to more than 60 countries, disrupting ports from Mumbai to Los Angeles and halting work at a chocolate factory in Australia ...
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Elderly Woman Throws Coins Into Plane Engine For Good Luck

Facebook/China People's Daily A flight in China was delayed for five hours after an elderly woman decided to throw coins into the plane’s engine for good luck. The 80-year-old passenger, known only as Qiu, threw her change into the aircraft’s engine turbine as she boarded the China Southern Airlines flight ... Read More

Aston Martin’s First All-Electric Vehicle Set for 2019

Is James Bond going green? Super-agent vehicle maker Aston Martin has confirmed production of its first all-electric model. A limited ... Read More

Token Is One Ring To Rule Your Digital Life

One ring to rule them all: Token is the portable solution to your hectic digital life. The stylish band encourages ... Read More

Sexy Robots Help Cure Erectile Dysfunction

If there’s one thing that the modern world teaches us, it’s that everything changes. Over the last few decades, we’ve ... Read More

Simple Geek’s Guide to Speeding Up Your Old Laptop

Most of us run our lives through our computers, so they’re obviously important. But goddamn are they expensive too. And ... Read More

Future Energy: LA crystals turn cars into energy source

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Los Angeles is a city designed for cars and gridlock is a growing issue ... Read More

The one law of robotics: Humans must flourish

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Could robots harm humans? The science-fiction writer Isaac Asimov wrote about controlling intelligent machines ... Read More

Slate: Women Won’t Be Equal Until They Murder and Rape More People, LGBT Conservatives are ‘Villains’

Slate’s Christina Cauterucci claimed women won’t be equal until they murder more people before branding LGBT conservatives “queer villains” in ... Read More

Protocol First Selected by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) for Beat AML Master Trial Initiative

BERKELEY, Calif., June 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Protocol First (P1), a software-as-a-service (SaaS) EDC data management company, founded April 2015 in ... Read More

New computer virus spreads from Ukraine to disrupt world business

By Eric Auchard and Dustin Volz | FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON FRANKFURT/WASHINGTON A computer virus wreaked havoc on firms around the globe on ... Read More

Visiting Europe’s largest permanent VR facility

Europe’s largest permanent virtual reality facility is in Paris’s 13th arrondissement (district).The mk2 VR facility charges 12 euros (£10, $13) ... Read More

Man loses £1,200 to tech support con-artists

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PornHub now has videos that synchronize with connected sex toys

If Joseph Gordon Levitt in the movie Don Jon taught me anything about how men watch porn, it’s that some ... Read More

FAKE NEWS, FAKE FOLLOWERS: TwitterAudit Reports CNN Has 17 Million Fake Twitter Followers

SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images by Lucas Nolan28 Jun 20170 28 Jun, 201728 Jun, 2017 According to TwitterAudit.com, nearly fifty percent of ... Read More

Fox Sports brings its ‘virtual suite’ to Gold Cup VR broadcasts

The suite sounds a lot like what Fox had on offer for the Super Bowl earlier this year: multiple camera ... Read More

Lawsuit claims Uber discriminates against people with disabilities

The organization conducted an investigation that compared the experience of customers with and without disabilities. The ERC claims that Uber ... Read More

Ironing robot tackles creased clothes

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Under-screen fingerprint sensor unveiled

Image copyright Vivo Image caption Vivo is showing off a prototype device with the new sensor in China Qualcomm has ... Read More

This man had the chip from his travel card implanted under his skin

This Australian can now tap in and out at train stations with a travel card chip implanted in his left ... Read More