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There’s A Hell On Earth, And The People Enforcing Facebook’s Moderation Rules Live In It

The logo for Facebook appears on screens at the Nasdaq MarketSite, in New York’s Times Square, Thursday, March 29, 2018. (AP Photo/Richard Drew) WARNING: Some of the things you’ll read below are disturbing. It will contain confessions by...
Related topics: Facebook, Social Media, Nasdaq

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Emily Ratajkowski Pairs White Coat Dress With Gold Necklace At Nasty Gal Collection Launch Dinner

Emily Ratajkowski looks stunning at the launch dinner for her Nasty Gal x Em Rata collection! The 28-year-old model stepped out for the event held on a rainy Tuesday (June 18) in New York City. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Emily...

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 Reportedly Launching On August 7th

Google might be content to just tweet out photos of its upcoming phones, but Samsung’s Galaxy Note 10 looks to be following a more traditional script. The latest: Shara Tibken at CNET is reporting that “people familiar” say it will launch on...
Related topics: Samsung, Samsung Galaxy Note, Google

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Photo Wake-up Ai Creates ‘living’ 3d Models From Still Images

Forget animated faces and deepfake videos, researchers have unveiled a new artificial intelligence method for generating ‘living,’ walking 3D models using existing individual still images. The technology paves the way for interactive...
Related topics: Science Videos, Museum

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Nasa’s Asteroid Probe Snapped Its Closest Photo Yet Of Space Rock Bennu

NASA's OSIRIS-REx asteroid probe is giving scientists an even better look at the surface of the space rock known as Bennu now that it's moved even closer to the object. A new photo posted by the partnership between NASA and the University of Arizona...
Related topics: NASA, Space, Asteroids

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'never Seen Anything Like It': New Black And Blue Mars Crater Leaves Scientists In Awe (photo)

The crater, believed to have been formed in the last three years or so, is the second peculiar discovery on Mars in a week's time, and follows reports about a Martian land formation which looks suspiciously similar to the Starfleet logo from Star...
Related topics: Mars, Space, Scientific Discoveries

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Apollo 11 Astronaut Tweets Unseen Moon Landing Crew Photo Found ‘in A Box’

The social media-savvy astronaut published his discovery as the world prepares to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first human landing on the lunar surface this July.
Related topics: Astronaut, Moon, Space, Social Media, Scientific Discoveries, Anniversaries

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Hands-on Photos Explore G4 Cube And The Likely Origin Of The Mac Pro Lattice Design

An interesting story about the history of the new cheese grater lattice design of the upcoming Mac Pro and Pro Display XDR points to Apple coming up with the idea almost two decades ago for the PowerMac G4 Cube, but the hemispherical design...

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Nasa’s Best-yet Photo Of Asteroid Bennu Nails The Dramatic Lighting

NASA has taking a breathtaking new image of near-earth asteroid Bennu, captured by its OSIRIS-REx spacecraft from its new, second orbit of the extraterrestrial object. The new picture, snapped on June 13, provides a pretty much full-length view of...
Related topics: NASA, Space, Asteroids, Spacecrafts

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Amazon Kills Spark, Its Answer To Pinterest And Instagram

Two years ago, Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) launched Spark, a social shopping app aimed at challenging Facebook's (NASDAQ: FB) Instagram and Pinterest (NYSE: PINS) in the social shopping space. Spark mimicked Instagram's feed of single photos and required...
Related topics: Amazon, Instagram, Nasdaq, Social Media, Facebook

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Migrating Exoplanet Sculpts Disk Around Young Star In Radiant Photo

There might be a baby exoplanet moving through space: A new high-resolution image from the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) shows a protoplanetary disk that has an isolated outer region with a system of […] The post...
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Apollo 11 Astronaut Michael Collins Shares Unreleased Photo He Found 'at The Bottom Of A...

Michael Collins, who was the Command Module pilot during the Apollo 11 mission, shared what he says is a previously unreleased photo of the crew.       
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Let’s Train Humans First … Before We Train Machines

Sophia the Robot speaking to UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed at UN Headquarters in 2017. Credit: UN Photo/Manuel EliasBy Hazel HendersonST AUGUSTINE, Florida, Jun 17 2019 (IPS) We humans are at the absurd stage in our technological...
Related topics: Robots

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American Fitness Model Hope Beel Rocks The Internet With New Revealing Snap

American Fitness model Hope Beel recently took to her Instagram page and stopped both followers and non-followers in their tracks by posting a sultry snap. The model — who has a whopping 1.1 million followers on the photo-sharing website...
Related topics: Instagram

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E3 2019 In Photos: Gooigi, Crazy Arcade Machines, And A Doom Museum

LOS ANGELES—If you couldn't or didn't make it to E3 2019, you're not the only one. Anecdotal evidence suggests this was the most poorly attended E3 in some time (though its organizers at the ESA insist that this E3 had only 3,000 fewer attendees...
Related topics: Museum, European Space Agency

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Blue 'lunar Corona' Frames The Full Moon In Eerie Night-sky Photo

This abstract night-sky photo shows the full moon peeking through wispy clouds and barren tree branches while surrounded by brilliant, blue lunar corona.
Related topics: Moon, Space

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This Remarkable Greenland Photo Highlights Extreme Arctic Melting

The melting Arctic is on dramatic display. At mid-June, Arctic sea ice is now at a record low for this time of year, and melted ice is especially notable both in and around Greenland — home to the second largest ice sheet on the planet....
Related topics: Arctic, Space

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Southwest Passenger 'bombarded By Inappropriate Photos' From Stranger On Her Flight

Here's a good reason for iPhone users to disable AirDrop while on planes: A Texas woman forgot and another passenger sent her unsolicited nude photos.       
Related topics: Iphone

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Out Of The Fog: Amazing Spacex Launch Photos Of Canada's Radarsat Constellation

On June 12, 2019, a used SpaceX rocket launched three satellites for Canada's Radarsat Constellation Mission to study Earth from space. See the photos here!
Related topics: SpaceX, Space, Constellations, Satellites

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Nasa Spider Study Stirred Shady Stimulant Suppositions (photo)

Back in 1995, NASA researchers gave spiders drugs to see what effect they would have on how well the creatures spin their webs. After all, what better way for space researchers to spend their time?
Related topics: NASA, Space

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