According to Collider, Sony’s suddenly fast-tracked Venom movie is also currently slated to be a R-rated film. That’s an interesting plan. Image: Marvel A while back, Sony announced it was planning a whole cinematic universe based around Spider-Man characters. In theory, the films were going to build off its Amazing Spider-Man films, but that all

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Allcade 64-Bit Retro Console: The Gizmodo Review

Par dans Tech le March 28, 2017 à 5:57 am

Image: Alex Cranz/Gizmodo I can’t remember a time when I wasn’t obsessed with retro video games. That’s one of the reasons I was so excited about the NES Classic Edition; it’s also why I spent my Thanksgiving documenting how to put together a Raspberry Pi-based mini SNES instead of brining turkeys. But building an emulation

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Discord Has A Child Porn Problem

Par dans Tech le March 28, 2017 à 5:57 am

In February, Gizmodo reported that many Discord users were facing abuse and were given no clear recourse. Among the issues endemic to the voice- and text-chat platform was the anonymous and unsolicited dissemination of child pornography, a problem which seems to have only gotten worse. More »         Full Text RSS extracting error

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A former Tesla employee has filed suit against the electric car manufacturer, alleging ongoing racial discrimination and harassment at the company’s Fremont, California plant. The suit goes on to detail other forms of harassment, from the juvenile — “filling Mr. Lambert’s back pockets with gold nuts and screw” and “hiding Mr. Lambert’s tools” — to

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British authorities recently revealed that the Westminster Bridge attacker, who killed four people and injured scores of others, may have sent or received messages through the encrypted WhatsApp service minutes before launching the horrific attack. The revelation has rekindled the controversial debate over whether tech companies should implement backdoors that allow governments access to encrypted

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S3: The Gizmodo Review

Par dans Tech le March 28, 2017 à 4:57 am

Coming a year after the launch of Apple’s first 9.7-inch iPad Pro, the new Tab S3 from Samsung feels daring. While it has the same sleek lines, is just as light, and possesses the magnetic connection on one side for easy keyboard cover attachment, Samsung’s iPad Pro for 2017 is, inexplicably, called the Galaxy Tab

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The Australian National University is launching a search for a new planet in our Solar System – and you can help. Here’s how. If you help find “Planet 9”, you’ll work with ANU astronomers to validate the discovery through the International Astronomical Union. ANU astrophysicist Dr Brad Tucker is leading the project, which is being

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The latest update for iOS 10 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch includes a bunch of brand new features. We’re talking the ability to find your AirPods using Find My iPhone and new options for using Siri to make payments. Find My iPhone will now enable you to view the current or last known location

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For a decade now, one of the biggest factors in choosing a computer has been the choice between traditional hard drive and solid state drive. The former is cheap, bulky and slow. The latter is expensive, light and fast. There has been zero middle ground. You’ve had to compromise between price and speed. But Intel’s

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Space weather forecasting — predicting the kind of energetic particles the Sun will throw at us — is years behind weather forecasting here on Earth. As solar physicist Scott McIntosh put it, “Our current model of space weather forecasting is, ‘oh shit a sunspot happened eight minutes ago, now we have to figure out what’s

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In the world of materials, graphene is the spunky new kid who’s annoyingly good at everything it tries. It’s super strong, light, functionally non-toxic and thermally and electrically conductive, and is just beginning to show up in commercial products. In the near future, fluorescent quantum dots of the stuff could crop up in clothes, cosmetics,

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512 Shares President Donald Trump is quickly becoming known for taking group shots in the Oval Office. Image: Jim Lo Scalzo-Pool/Getty Images By Sasha Lekach2017-03-28 01:36:34 UTC Now you can explore Donald Trump’s office in 360 degrees.  Just don’t expect to find him there.  On Sunday, the White House posted a photo of the Oval

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It turns out that fizzy lakes may not be the only oddity offered up by Saturn’s largest moon. Scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology say that Titan may also be home to electric sand that rolls around in the wind and forms clumps that cling together for long periods of time. This is not

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Elon Musk is reportedly launching yet another company with some far-out goals. The new venture, Neuralink, aims to develop a brain-computer interface (BCI) that could help treat health conditions like epilepsy in the short-term and allow humans to keep pace with artificial intelligence further down the road. The launch of the company was made public

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The Galaxy Note7 is a huge black mark for Samsung — an exploding embarrassment that cost the company a ton of money and kicked off one of the biggest PR nightmares in recent memory. But despite the global recall, the jokes on late night TV, and the fact that the FAA and other agencies banned

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The Boy Who Can See Like A Bat

Par dans Tech le March 28, 2017 à 2:57 am

Echolocation is one of those curiosities we all learn about in primary school, a quirk of nature that lets dolphins and bats ‘see’ in situations of reduced visibility. It’s such an interesting concept that a number of blind superheroes and fantasy warriors have sprung up in the realms of fiction, using similar abilities to navigate

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Most of the people interested in seeing Life, the astronaut thriller out now, probably have certain expectations based on the movie’s familiar premise: human beings encounter extraterrestrial organism, terrifying things ensue, just as in Alien, Predator and other classics. But while that most basic plotline does describe what happens — Life is the smartest, sharpest

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It turns out that when Power Rangers made it to test audiences, no one liked the kiss between Kimberly (Naomi Scott) and Jason (Dacre Montgomery). And it wasn’t a bunch of nostalgia-driven fans pissed off because obviously Kimberly should only ever be paired with Tommy, who isn’t even in this movie. I will admit that

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Pull out Google Maps and find a restaurant. Quick, I’ll wait. For all the things Google Maps does well, finding new locations isn’t one of them. Sure, it’s great at the finding part, but overloading me with options while I’m trying to find a taco really isn’t what I’m looking for in most cases. It’s

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283 Shares It’s so bright! Image: Stephen Lam/Getty Images By Jack Morse2017-03-28 00:38:43 UTC It’s hard out there for a keyboard jockey.  Thankfully, Night Shift is here to save the day (er, night).  Spending long hours staring at a computer has its ill effects, one of which being that the blue light pouring out of

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