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Deadpool 2 PG-13 Cut Comes in December, Gambit gets new date

Deck the halls with the entrails of Deadpool, fa la la la … wait, is this Fred Savage? Photo: Ryan Reynolds (Fox) You know. It's the season. Fox has set the hearts of every Deadpool fan on fire in a series of release dates for movies by releasing an "Untitled Deadpool Movie" on December 21, 2018. But instead, it turns …

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Rat version of hepatitis E first detected in a human

Photo: AP A 56-year-old Hong Kong man has contracted the rat-specific version of hepatitis E, something that has never before been seen in a human patient. The health authorities are now trying to understand how this could happen – and the possible consequences. A medical team from the University of Hong Kong examined the unnamed patient who had recently received …

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Let's make the World Wide Web a National Monument

Memory These days everything feels so fleeting. This week, we're going back to research all things technology, science and entertainment. We are at a critical turning point for the World Wide Web. Everything changes, disappears, splinters, expands and is made new. It is time for us to provide legal protection for what is left of this moment in history. And …

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Sprint convinces that its LTE coverage sucks

Photo: Getty Despite more than 50 million customers, Sprint's network coverage was always a joke. But just recently, in a somewhat surprising step, Sprint showed us how bad his LTE coverage is in a single, insightful infographic. Normally Sprint would not share this damnation. But the company hopes that by comparing its network coverage with Verizon, T-Mobile, and AT & …

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Children Who Get Less Screen Time Think Better, Study Finds

Image: Pexels (Pixabay) Keeping your kid's mind sharp might involve making sure they do not spend all day on their smartphone or other screen devices. Canadian researchers looked at the first bits of data from a 10-year-long US project called to study how children's brains develop over time, called the Adolescent Brain Cognitive Development Study (or more cleverly, the ABCD …

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Facebook has been charged with violating 50 million profiles in California

Photo: Justin Sullivan (Getty) This morning, Facebook announced to the public that a number of vulnerabilities have allowed hackers access to an estimated 50 million user profiles. The company is now facing its first class action lawsuit for its apparent inability to protect this data, probably the first of many such lawsuits, when the legal implications of the Cambridge Analytica …

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How Quantum Can Change Memory Computing

Memory These days everything feels so fleeting. This week, we're going back to research all things technology, science and entertainment. In a hot tub in 2012, the physicist Seth Lloyd presented a quantum internet application for Google's Sergey Brin and Larry Page. He called it Quoogle: a search engine that uses mathematics based on the physics of subatomic particles to …

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Motor Oil, LEGO Star Wars, Sonicare, and More

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