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Atlanta Journal Constitution
Netflix on the verge of hitting 100 million subscribers
Atlanta Journal Constitution
FILE - This Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017, file photo, shows Netflix on a tablet, in North Andover, Mass. Netflix is about to hit 100 million subscribers for the first time, hitting a major milestone that underscores how much its video streaming service has ...

Business Insider
Facebook disputes reports that it took 3 hours to remove video posted by 'Facebook killer'
Business Insider
Facebook has disputed reports that it took 3 hours to take down the gruesome murder video posted by 37-year-old Cleveland man Steve Stephens — dubbed the "Facebook killer" by some — which depicted him pulling a gun and killing 74-year-old Robert ...

Washington Post
Scientists find giant, elusive clam known as 'the unicorn of mollusks'
Washington Post
For hundreds of years, biologists knew of the giant shipworm only from shell fragments and a handful of dead specimens. Those specimens, despite being preserved in museum jars, had gone to mush. Still, the shipworm's scattered remains made an outsize ...

BGR
Apple is having trouble getting the iPhone 8's signature feature to actually work
BGR
The iPhone 8's signature design feature will be a bezeless display extending from edge to edge. That means there's no room for a physical home button on the device, so Apple has to “kill” it. However, more reports indicate the iPhone maker may not be ...

Ars Technica
One-upping the NES Classic Edition with the Raspberry Pi 3 and RetroPie
Ars Technica
NES Classic is no more, but luckily cheap hobbyist boards are great for little projects. Andrew Cunningham - 4/16/2017, 7:46 AM. reader comments 254. Share this story. Our custom RetroPie gaming box and a decent replica of the SNES gamepad. Andrew ...

Seattle Times
Climate change reverses flow of a Yukon river in geological instant
Seattle Times
In a handout photo, Jim Best, a researcher, measures water levels on the lower-flowing Slims River in early September 2016. (DAN SHUGAR/UNIVERSITY OF WASHING/NYT). Scientists say, as climate change causes more glaciers to melt, we may see ...

CIO Today
Review: Samsung Galaxy S8 Creates Strong First Impressions
CIO Today
Samsung's new Galaxy S8 (and its bigger sibling, the Galaxy S8 Plus) are designed to reintroduce the public to Samsung as the company tries to put the fiery death of the Galaxy Note 7 behind it. And, as first impressions go, this is a doozy. If Samsung ...

Engadget
The next Moto Z Force will revive the headphone jack
Engadget
We wouldn't blame you if you thought that the Moto Z and Z Force ushered in the death of the headphone jack. While they weren't the first phones to make that leap, it seemed like Apple, HTC and other heavyweights were all too eager to follow suit ...

The Verge
Uber loses another executive as self-driving program lead quits
The Verge
As Uber continues to make the headlines for the wrong reasons, it also keeps on losing executives. The latest big name is to quit is Sherif Marakby — its vice president of global vehicle programs, and one of the orchestrators of its self-driving ...

Polygon
What Microsoft, Xbox and Scorpio need to succeed at E3 and beyond
Polygon
Microsoft has finally had a coming out party of sorts for the as-yet-unnamed new Xbox One, codenamed Scorpio. We don't know exactly what it's going to be called, but we do know that the platform holder has kept its promises — it's a very powerful ...

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