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Independence Day: Resurgence: Like a high-budget porno, minus sex and fun

Stinky returning actors, criminally bad SFX round out summer's latest Hollywood turd. (arstechnica)

Dolphin 5.0 released

The long awaited Dolphin 5.0 release is finally here! After nearly a year of bug-hunting and handling the release process, everything has come together for our biggest release yet! The three previous releases followed a very distinct pattern: sacrifice pe (osnews)

The most powerful variant of the world?s most reliable rocket just launched

Because it is reliant on Russian engines the Atlas V may only fly for a few more years. (arstechnica)

Apple?s Thunderbolt Display replacement is still in the works

Apple may have discontinued its aging Thunderbolt Display, but it hasn& (cultofmac)

Watch molten copper destroy a Rubik's Cube and Ping-Pong balls - CNET

When classic toys get covered in molten copper, the results are anything but playful. (feedproxy.google)

A Fountain of Superhydrophobic Art

Superhydrophobic coating finds a new application in art through [Arthur Carabott] in the form of a bizarre fountain.A Master& (hackaday)

Peppermint OS 7 Linux Distribution Officially Released Based on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS

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Scientists Force Computer To Binge On TV Shows and Predict What Humans Will Do

An anonymous reader quotes a report from GeekWire: Researchers have taught a computer to do a better-than-expected job of predicting what characters on TV shows will do, just by forcing the machine to study 600 hours' worth of YouTube videos. The research (rss.slashdot)

PowerNex: kernel written in the D

PowerNex is a kernel written in the D Programming Language. The goal is to have a whole OS written in D, where PowerNex powers the core.Exactly what it is. (osnews)

Proprietary Algorithms Are Being Used To Enhance Criminal Sentences And Preventing Defendants From Challenging Them

When law enforcement agencies want to know what people are up to, they no longer have to send officers out to walk a beat. It can all be done in-house, using as many data points as can be collected without a warrant. Multiple companies offer 'pre-crime' (feedproxy.google)

Apple Is Discontinuing Its Only Monitor

Alright, I need one of you guys that are Apple experts to explain this to me. I know these monitors were expensive and all but everyone I know that has one, loved it. So why are they killing off the only monitor they make& (hardocp)

Organize your movie and TV files with tinyMediaManager

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A Few Thor: Ragnarok Updates, Straight From Its Director

The director is hard at work on his new Marvel project. Here's what he had to say about the movie so far. The post A Few Thor: Ragnarok Updates, Straight From Its Director appeared first on WIRED. (wired)

BullGuard Internet Security v16.320.2

Protect your PC from malware, spam, hackers and more (downloadcrew)

Elevate your camping experience and get high with a suspended tent

For truly unique camping accommodations, Tentsile's 'portable treehouses' enable you to sleep in comfort up among the trees. (treehugger)

Deal: Buy one smartphone, get one free from AT&T until June 30th

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Apple kills Thunderbolt Display, marking first time company isn?t selling a monitor in 35 years

Apple has confirmed that its discontinuing its Thunderbolt display -- but without saying anything about a replacement or any future models. Customers are explicitly advised to seek out third-party vendors. (feedproxy.google)

Apple's Campus 2 to use updated Bloom Energy fuel cells first deployed at NC data center

As part of efforts to generate clean energy at its Campus 2 headquarters, Apple is investing in an array of environmentally friendly fuel cells installed by Bloom Energy, the same manufacturer that supplied units for the company's Maiden, (appleinsider)

How the House Sit-In Went Down, From the People Who Made It Happen

Members of Congress livestreamed nearly every minute of their historic 26-hour sit-in. This is how government works now. The post How the House Sit-In Went Down, From the People Who Made It Happen appeared first on WIRED. (wired)

You Could Be Paid To Post Snapchat Selfies With Products, Patent Filing Suggests

An anonymous reader writes: According to Snapchat's latest patent filings, the company could begin paying users to post photos and videos. Los Angeles Times reports: 'The filings reveal that Snapchat automatically could analyze annotations on an image, in (rss.slashdot)

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