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The worst Twitter is celebrity death Twitter

This week, Kaitlyn Tiffany and I are coming in hot with a take: celebrity death Twitter is bad. On today's episode of Why You Push That Button? Is it really an authentic message when someone tweets, "oh no," along with the news of a celebrity's death? Slate ; Hanif Abdurraqib, a poet and author; Sidney Gish, a musician; and, finally, …

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Q&A with AMD CEO Dr. Lisa Su

The biggest news of the annual Computex fair came from AMD: the company is ready to launch its next generation of Zen 2 micro-architecture, along with updates of its Ryzen and EPYC product lines. AMD goes all-in with its chiplet CPU architecture, as well as with its new RDNA graphics architecture for the upcoming Navi graphics product family. After AMD's …

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American meteorologists worried about 5G rollout

Image copyright Getty Images Captions Weather satellites routinely radiate images of the earth using radio waves Signals from weather satellites may interfere with 5G mobile data networks in the United States, meteorologists have warned. United States forecasts have expressed concern about 5G radio interference before, but now a group of scientific bodies have written to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) …

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Polar's $ 199 Ignite GPS Hands-On: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know

[19659002] DSC_1587 ” width=”720″ height=”480″ border=”0″/> I always like it when Polar gets riled up. It happens a few years (the veneers are not exiting themselves easily), where they turn around and release a crazy comprehensive product on the market and drive a significant shift in pricing. I think Polar Ignite, just announced, could do exactly that. This $ 200 …

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OPPO announces under-screen camera and it's very clearly first-gen

The latest tech trade show, MWC Shanghai, is just getting started and one of the first exhibitors is Chinese tech manufacturer Oppo. It didn't talk about a phone at its keynote – its reno are getting some extended spotlight here – but it did bring us closer to the supposed holy grail of a full-body smartphone display by demonstrating an …

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Security companies demonstrate subdomain chapel utilization against EA / Origin

Israel Security Company Check Point and CyberInt collaborated this week to find, exploit, and display a nasty security error that allows attackers to make player accounts in EA / Origins online games. The utilization chains together with several classic types of attack-phishing, session hijacking and cross-site scripting-but key errors that make the whole attack work are poorly maintained DNS. This …

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Oppo's MeshTalk lets you call and chat without Wi-Fi or cellular networks

Oppo has announced a new proprietary communications technology designed to let people call or chat across medium distances without using cellular networks, Wi-Fi, or Bluetooth. The protocol is called MeshTalk and is a decentralized, end-to-end system that Oppo says can cover up to 3 kilometers (1.86 miles) outdoors – or even further in more crowded environments when signal relay between …

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Steam summer sale 2019 has begun

Steam Summer Sale 2019 has begun; It is one of the biggest sales of this year's Steam and runs from June 25, 2019 to July 9, 2019 this year. Many games are discounted during the sales period and if you keep a wish list on Steam, it is now time to check if any of the games on that list …

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Black Mesa Final Chapter is now partially playable

Steamed Steamed is dedicated to everything in and around Valve's PC game service. The long-awaited Half-Life fan remake Black Mesa first came out in 2012. Gee, certainly has Xen a while since? What? And yet it is only the story that is finally approaching its conclusion. The team Black Mesa decided to take Half-Life 's "Xen" chapters back to the …

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