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New Spider-Man: Six Spideys arrive in the Spider-Verse trailer

Already in June we got the first look at Sony's Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse the upcoming Spidey movie, which is already one of the most ambitious animated films in the world. We learned that an experienced Peter Parker (spoken by Jake Johnson) would enter the universe of Miles Morales (Shameik Moore) to look after the younger Spidey. Gwen Stacy's Ghostspider …

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Verizon's 5G Home Internet is a kind of real, a kind of fake

Verizon was the first major ISP to launch the 5G Home Internet service yesterday. It's a big step on the way to making 5G a reality, but if you've ever interacted with an Internet service provider in your life, you're probably a little skeptical: is that really 5G? The answer is type . In a phone call, Verizon's chief architect, …

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Save some money today with Rakuten's day-long sale

Rakuten is hosting another one of its site-wide sales today, and you can knock out 15 percent off your total at the offer SAVE15 . The promotion will end tonight at 3AM ET / 12AM PT, October 3rd, and basically everything offered on Rakuten is eligible. Strangely, the only products excluded are Kobo e-readers. If you're thinking of taking savings, …

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The electric car is here – if you have the money

This year's parade of the world's largest car shows begins this week in Paris, and for what feels right for the first time, a number of automakers will complete, build, sell or even nearly complete the delivery of their first flagship electric cars. And these are not just concepts or disguised pre-production cars, as we have seen in the past. …

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The science behind the rising seas in New York City

The sea level is rising, but it does not rise evenly. During the twentieth century, the water orbiting New York City climbed 1.5 times faster than the global average. This is clear from a report published last year. That does not make much sense, if you imagine that the sea level rises like water in a tub. So Verge Science …

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Why the FBI can not block California's net neutrality

California has just passed the state's toughest net neutrality law in the nation, and within hours the Ministry of Justice has sued the state for the law not to come into force. It is the beginning of a new chapter in the fight for net neutrality, as the federal government is working hand in hand with the telecommunications industry to …

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