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Snap has a new plan for taking over teens’ lives

Snap is a great little factory for social-media invention, and a lousy business that loses money and executives at a higher rate than any of its peers. Whether it can ultimately...

The world is turning against live streaming

On June 22nd, 2016, Democrats in the House of Representatives staged a sit-in on the floor of Congress. Days before, a man had murdered 49 people and injured 53 others in...

Chinese woman carrying malware arrested at Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort

A woman from China has been arrested after attempting to gain access to Mar-a-Lago during one of the president’s weekend visits to his Florida resort. The woman was found to be...

Withings’ Move smartwatch can now be customized in its new French factory

You can now create a customized version of the Withings Move smartwatch in Europe, changing everything from the design of the watch face, to the color of the case, strap, and...

Microsoft unveils new Surface Book 2 model with Intel’s latest quad-core processor

Microsoft is quietly refreshing its Surface Book 2 base model today. The software giant is introducing Intel’s latest 8th Gen quad-core i5 processor for the 13-inch Surface Book 2 model, and...

Watch the creepy first trailer for AMC’s new horror series, NOS4A2

AMC has released the first trailer for its upcoming adaptation of Joe Hill’s horror novel, NOS4A2. The network also announced that the series will premiere alongside the next season of Fear...

Valve just surprise revealed its own VR headset called the Valve Index

Unexpectedly on a Friday night, Valve has surprise launched a teaser site featuring a brand-new virtual reality headset, called the Valve Index, that appears to be a device of its own...

Serial swatter who led to Kansas man’s death sentenced to 20 years in prison

A serial hoax caller who led to a Kansas man’s death was sentenced to 20 years in prison today, the Associated Press reports. In late 2017, Tyler Barriss phoned in a false...

Hacker pleads guilty to accessing Apple accounts of famous athletes and rappers

On Wednesday, a Georgia man pleaded guilty to hacking into the Apple accounts of several famous musicians and athletes and spending thousands of dollars from the victims’ accounts. According to the Justice...

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