Alex Jones gets a seven-day suspension from Twitter, More than a week after other services pulled the plug on Alex Jones and InfoWars, CNN reports that Twitter has given the personality a one-week suspension. The move came after a Periscope video session where Jones told viewers “now is time toRead More →

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Verizon looks to Apple and Google for live TV over 5G, Following a rumor last month that Verizon could partner with Apple or Google for TV tie-ins on its rollout of 5G wireless internet, the company announced it has deals with both. The 5G Residential Broadband service it will offerRead More →

Adidas will livestream high school football games on Twitter , Adidas has partnered with Twitter on a new series that will livestream high school football games happening all over the country on the social network. Titled, naturally, Friday Night Stripes, the show will broadcast friday night games throughout the… , ContinueRead More →

Amazon’s ‘The Romanoffs’ teaser shows desperate claims to fame , Amazon is finally ready to show more of The Romanoffs than its all-star cast. The internet behemoth has posted a full-fledged teaser trailer for the Prime Video anthology series, and it’s evident that the show is equal parts serious andRead More →

Reebok’s first plant-based shoes go on sale for $95 , It took a while, but Reebok’s first plant-based shoes are ready for your feet — the company is now selling limited numbers of the NPC UK Cotton + Corn through its website for $95 a pair in unisex sizes. You’llRead More →

NYC mayor signs ride-hailing vehicle cap into law, After the New York City Council passed legislation proposing a cap on all ride-hailing vehicles, mayor Bill de Blasio signed it into law today. This makes it the first US city to limit the total number of drivers working for Uber, LyftRead More →

Chemicals found in vegetables prevent colon cancer in mice, Chemicals produced by vegetables such as kale, cabbage and broccoli could help to maintain a healthy gut and prevent colon cancer, a new study shows. , Continue reading . . . , , https://www.sciencedaily.com/rss/top/environment.xml, Top Environment News — ScienceDaily, Top storiesRead More →

Xbox One’s translucent Phantom Black controller arrives September 11th , A pair of new Xbox One controllers is on the way next month, including the nifty-looking Phantom Black Special Edition. It has a translucent black finish on the top of the controller that transitions to champagne gold at the bottom.Read More →

HQ Trivia comes to your living room on Apple TV, Game shows got their start on TV, so it would only make sense that a modern variant like HQ Trivia would be playable on a TV, right? Right. Accordingly, Intermedia Labs has released an Apple TV version of HQ TriviaRead More →

According to a recent tweet from the team behind Cash App, the mobile payment app developed by financial services company Square Inc., users can now buy and sell bitcoin across the US, from Alabama to Wyoming and every state in between. Continue Reading . . . https://www.ethnews.com/cash-app-bitcoin-service-now-available-in-every-us-stateRead More →

Zombie gene protects against cancer — in elephants, LIF6, a dead gene that came back to life, prevents cancer by killing cells with DNA damage. , Continue reading . . . , , https://www.sciencedaily.com/rss/top/environment.xml, Top Environment News — ScienceDaily, Top stories featured on ScienceDaily’s Plants & Animals, Earth & Climate,Read More →

Intel discloses another set of processor vulnerabilities, Intel disclosed another set of processor flaws today that could let attackers steal information stored on computers or third party clouds. Discovered by a number of researchers and reported to Intel in January, the vulnerability includes three variet… , Continue reading . .Read More →

Tinder co-founders sue parent company for $2 billion over deception, Three of Tinder’s co-founders and several other current and former senior executives are suing the dating company’s parent organizations, Match Group and IAC. According to a complaint published online, the lawsuit seeks billions of dollars in damages… , Continue readingRead More →

Lawmakers ask Ajit Pai about false DDoS claims, A handful of Democratic lawmakers have some questions for FCC Chairman Ajit Pai regarding claims of a DDoS attack that the Inspector General recently concluded were false. Specifically, they want to know when Pai became aware that disruption to the a… ,Read More →

Snake fungal disease alters skin microbiome in eastern Massasaugas, In the first study of its kind, researchers characterized the skin microbiome of a population of free-ranging snakes to begin to understand how the animals’ environmental microbial community may promote disease resistance as well as how it may be disrupted byRead More →