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  2. Aquaman: In response to an article about the possible implications of an underwater sequence in Justice League, which featured Aquaman (Jason Momoa) and Mera (Amber Heard) talking in an air bubble, director James Wan teased: "Fret not, no 'air bubbles for dialogue' in my underwater world." The article raised other questions about Aquaman's future, of course, but we'll have to wait until Aquaman, the movie, swims into theaters on December 21, 2018 to learn the answers. [THR/Twitter] ?????‍?? Fret not, no “air bubbles for dialogue” in my underwater world. — James Wan (@creepypuppet) November 21, 2017 Nightwing: Who wants to play Nightwing, the primary superhero in another upcoming DC movie... Read More View the full article
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  4. What should a person be willing to sacrifice to achieve their dreams? The easy answer is "everything," and film after film, aimed at both children and adults, has been based on that premise. Pixar's Coco, though, takes on the bigger challenge of reckoning with the cost, and wondering where the limit lies. SEE ALSO: Pixar's first-ever VR experience lets you explore the Land of the Dead The film opens with a prologue detailing a great tragedy buried in a family's past: Once upon a time, a musician abandoned his family to chase fame and fortune. His wife turned to shoemaking to support herself and her daughter – and banned music from the house forever, in bitter remembrance of her husband. Read more... More about Pixar, Coco, Entertainment, and Movies Tv ShowsView the full article
  5. Mick Jenkins makes his long-awaited return with this new mixtape, "or more; the anxious." the full article
  6. “What is this Bitcoin thing?” says your mother as she passes you a hefty bowl of mashed sweet potatoes. Dad pauses, mid-nibble on a turkey leg to chime in, “Yeah, is that real money?” Oh God, they want to have The Talk. SEE ALSO: Ron Paul is now selling your grandparents Bitcoin on Fox News Don't be surprised if you’re confronted with similar questions as you and millions of other digitally savvy millennials and Gen Zers trudge back home for the annual Thanksgiving Day meal. It’s a time to reconnect with family and for family to try and pick your brain about all the culture and new-fangled technology they still don’t understand. Read more... More about Bitcoin, Bitcoins, Cryptocurrency, Tech, and Consumer TechView the full article
  7. Mick Jenkins and Saba team up for "Energies." the full article
  8. Lyft is the latest company to be added to the ever-growing list of those permitted to test their self-driving technology on California state public roads. The California Department of Motor Vehicles added Lyft to the list recently (via Axios), following Lyft’s foundation of a self-driving technology development center earlier this year, and its announcement that it would work on both its… Read More View the full article
  9. They’ve also unveiled what seems to be the No_One Ever Really Dies cover art View the full article
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  11. Charge up those Android devices, Google Play's Black Friday deals are out, and they include significant discounts on most Play wares. Google shared the news on its official Play blog on Wednesday, saying discounts will include books, music, apps, games, and movies, as well as TV shows. SEE ALSO: Google's trying to make your job search less difficult Probably the most interesting deal is a free Google Play Music subscription for four months — two times longer than the usual 60-day trial. Gamers will see discounts up to 80 percent for titles including Call of Duty: Black Ops Zombies, LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin and LEGO Jurassic World. Read more... More about Google, Google Play, Black Friday, Black Friday Deals, and Black Friday Shopping View the full article
  12. Does two goals and a new baby count as a hattrick? SEE ALSO: Scottish footballer celebrates goal with a dab, adorable ballboy does the same Footballer Ryan Colclough had a truly extraordinary night on Tuesday. Wigan were playing Doncaster and he was on top form having scored one goal already, when at half-time he heard that his partner had gone into labour. He stayed just long enough to score Wigan's third goal of the match, before rushing off to be with his partner as she gave birth to their son. Congrats to Ryan Colclough who scored a brace tonight in our win before being substituted to make it in time to see the birth of his son! 👏🏼 — David Sharpe (@DavidSharpe91) November 21, 2017 Read more... More about Football, Baby, Wigan, Ryan Colclough, and CultureView the full article
  13. PacketZoom, a startup that helps app developers speed up and optimize app delivery on mobile devices, announced a $5M Series A today. The round was led by Baseline Ventures with participation from First Round Capital, Tandem Capital and Arafura Ventures. Today’s investment brings the total raised to over $9M, according to Crunchbase. The company combines a content delivery network (CDN)… Read More View the full article
  14. There are a whole bunch of spectacularly awkward questions you could ask a daughter about her father, but whether or not he manscapes has got to be pretty high up on the list. SEE ALSO: James Corden made total strangers hold a funeral for their pizza This was just one of several increasingly-cringy questions James Corden asked two daughters to answer about their dads in a game called "Face Your Father" on Tuesday night. The highlight? A story about a one-night stand, a teacher and a very memorable school parents' evening. Read more... More about Uk, Funny, Game, James Corden, and Awkward View the full article
  15. The fallout from Uber’s disclosure yesterday of a massive data breach affecting 57 million users and drivers that it concealed for a year continues: The UK’s data protection watchdog has put out a strongly worded statement saying the company’s announcement “raises huge concerns around its data protection policies and ethics”. Read More View the full article
  16. When you're organising a red carpet for a big TV show, it's crucial to have as many important guests as possible. SEE ALSO: Britain faces major change in new trailer for 'The Crown' Whoever made arrangements for the London's premiere of Netflix's The Crown on Tuesday clearly knew this rule well. Claire Foy was there. Gillian Anderson was there. Matt Smith was there. Oh, and a couple of hairy surprise guests who totally stole everybody else's thunder. Oh LOOK at the VIPs for the premiere of The Crown s2 — Hannah Furness (@Hannah_Furness) November 21, 2017 SORRY CELEBRITIES, BUT YOU SIMPLY CANNOT COMPETE WITH CORGIS. Read more... More about Uk, London, Red Carpet, Premiere, and The CrownView the full article
  17. Results from a new ProPublica investigation suggest the tech giant is failing at even simple self-policing. Read More View the full article
  18. Turns out, you really can buy anything online. Two Boeing 747 planes have been sold on Chinese online shopping platform Taobao for the price of $48 million (322 million yuan). SEE ALSO: United gave its final 747 aircraft a 1970s sendoff The planes were previously owned by cargo company Jade Cargo International, but were seized by a court in the Chinese city of Shenzhen after they filed for bankruptcy in 2013. They will now be owned by Chinese cargo airline company SF Airlines, who outbid 25 other buyers. According to Chinese state media outlet Xinhua, the auction gathered over 800,000 viewers. Read more... More about Boeing, Airplanes, Taobao, Boeing 747, and Boeing 747 Online Auction China View the full article
  19. Even when Adam Levine is wearing an unrecognisable disguise, he can still draw a crowd. SEE ALSO: Miley Cyrus and Jimmy Fallon photobombed unsuspecting fans to everyone's delight For a segment on The Tonight Show, Maroon 5 and Jimmy Fallon took to the NYC subway for a spot of busking. They kicked things off with an incognito rendition of "Crazy Little Thing Called Love", before abruptly whipping off their disguises and launching straight into "Sugar". We imagine the only people who wouldn't have enjoyed the surprise were the subway security team who had to deal with that massive crowd. Read more... More about The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Fallon, Surprise, Adam Levine, and Maroon 5View the full article
  20. Star Wars: The Last Jedi is now literally less than a freaking month away, and the theory-wagon has officially gone into overdrive. SEE ALSO: 'The Last Jedi' will explore how female bosses are treated in the workplace It feels like the weeks before a new Game of Thrones Season. Every single piece of footage is being poured over for clues. Hypotheses and questions are popping up everywhereWill Luke and Leia reunite? Will we get to see more of that big, creepy Snoke guy? And did Snoke find Rey? Oh, and speaking of Rey, what's the deal with her in this latest teaser, which the official Star Wars Twitter account shared on Tuesday? Read more... More about Uk, Star Wars, Daisy Ridley, Teaser, and Theory View the full article
  21. As they say, one man's trash is another man's treasure. But we're not sure if this leather bin bag by Spanish brand BIIS is either. SEE ALSO: Ikea is 'deeply flattered' by this $2,145 high fashion homage to their humble tote The bag, which retails for up to $423 (€360), is made of real Spanish leather and according to the website, "looks like a real plastic trash bag." Image: screenshot/biis Really? We couldn't tell. #pfwm A post shared by Ruben Gomez y Sara Lasry (@biis_ig) on Jun 25, 2017 at 2:54am PDT The bags come in three different sizes, with the smallest retailing for $258, the medium for $347 and the largest for $423. Read more... More about Fashion, Trash, Moschino, Biis, and Leather Trash BagView the full article
  22. Title: Algo Extrano, Vol. 2 Artist: Dim Key Style: Electronica/DownTempo/Chillout Label: White Delta Records Listen to the release here and get your own copy! Available Now From: Beatport Junodownload Traxsource DJShop Maybe you will be interested our 12" EP release: Title: Places Artist: Kip5 Style: Dub Techno, Minimal, Deep Label: SM Records Format: 12" Release date: 15.06.2017 Catalog number: SMR001 This is the first release from the SM Records label which introduces you a great musical producer from Russia, Egor Zakharov creating his music under the name of Kip5. The Places release consists of 4 pieces of his own played in dub techno style. The release is opened by a mysterious piece charming in its serenity, Here which smoothly flows into a romantic, very gentle There track. At the other side of the release, you will continue your travelling to the Somewhere composition which has pronounced deep sounding. At last, your exciting travelling will finish to the atmospheric Nowhere track which can help you get rest, relax, have a cup of coffee. While listening, you’ll visit all those wonderful places and come back in great spirits. Our website: Facebook page: Thank you for your Support!
  23. Desiigner gets caught red handed peeing on a resident garage in the middle of the day in West Hollywood. the full article
  24. And now for another case of statues that look really, really wrong. A Catholic school in South Australia has had quite the headache after its new statue received plenty of attention on the internet recently for its rather unfortunate design. SEE ALSO: Lady Gaga's latest wax figure is straight out of a nightmare The statue is of Saint Martin de Porres handing a young boy a loaf of bread, and was erected in the middle of the Blackfriars Priory School late last week, according to The Advertiser. The only problem? We'll let you figure it out. Our friends over at Blackfriars Priory School this week unveiled a new statue... it has since been covered with a black sheet and we understand that a meeting will take place to discuss the future of the installation... #stillbetterthanrundlemall #adelaide #sagreat #shitadelaide A post shared by Shit Adelaide (@shitadelaide) on Nov 18, 2017 at 9:23pm PSTRead more... More about Australia, Culture, Statue, Statues, and CultureView the full article
  25. Late July it was reported that hackers had stolen proprietary information from media giant HBO. The haul was said to include confidential details of the then-unreleased fourth episode of the latest Game of Thrones season, plus episodes of Ballers, Barry, Insecure, and Room 104. “Hi to all mankind,” an email sent to reporters read. “The greatest leak of cyber space era is happening. What’s its name? Oh I forget to tell. Its HBO and Game of Thrones……!!!!!!” In follow-up correspondence, the hackers claimed to have penetrated HBO’s internal network, gaining access to emails, technical platforms, and other confidential information. Image released by the hackers Soon after, HBO chairman and CEO Richard Plepler confirmed a breach at his company, telling employees that there had been a “cyber incident” in which information and programming had been taken. “Any intrusion of this nature is obviously disruptive, unsettling, and disturbing for all of us. I can assure you that senior leadership and our extraordinary technology team, along with outside experts, are working round the clock to protect our collective interests,” he said. During mid-August, problems persisted, with unreleased shows hitting the Internet. HBO appeared rattled by the ongoing incident, refusing to comment to the media on every new development. Now, however, it appears the tide is turning on HBO’s foe. In a statement last evening, Joon H. Kim, Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and William F. Sweeney Jr., Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Field Division of the FBI, announced the unsealing of an indictment charging a 29-year-old man with offenses carried out against HBO. “Behzad Mesri, an Iranian national who had previously hacked computer systems for the Iranian military, allegedly infiltrated HBO’s systems, stole proprietary data, including scripts and plot summaries for unaired episodes of Game of Thrones, and then sought to extort HBO of $6 million in Bitcoins,” Kim said. “Mesri now stands charged with federal crimes, and although not arrested today, he will forever have to look over his shoulder until he is made to face justice. American ingenuity and creativity is to be cultivated and celebrated — not hacked, stolen, and held for ransom. For hackers who test our resolve in protecting our intellectual property — even those hiding behind keyboards in countries far away — eventually, winter will come.” According to the Department of Justice, Mesri honed his computer skills working for the Iranian military, conducting cyber attacks against enemy military systems, nuclear software, and Israeli infrastructure. He was also a member of the Turk Black Hat hacking team which defaced hundreds of websites with the online pseudonym “Skote Vahshat”. The indictment states that Mesri began his campaign against HBO during May 2017, when he conducted “online reconnaissance” of HBO’s networks and employees. Between May and July, he then compromised a number of HBO employee user accounts and used them to access the company’s data and TV shows, copying them to his own machines. After allegedly obtaining around 1.5 terabytes of HBO’s data, Mesri then began to extort HBO, warning that unless a ransom of $5.5 million wasn’t paid in Bitcoin, the leaking would begin. When the amount wasn’t paid, three days later Mesri told HBO that the amount had now risen to $6m and as an additional punishment, data could be wiped from HBO’s servers. Subsequently, on or around July 30 and continuing through August 2017, Mesri allegedly carried through with his threats, leaking information and TV shows online and promoting them via emails to members of the press. As a result of the above, Mesri is charged with one count of wire fraud, which carries a maximum sentence of 20 years in prison, one count of computer hacking (five years), three counts of threatening to impair the confidentiality of information (five years each), and one count of interstate transmission of an extortionate communication (two years). No copyright infringement offenses are mentioned in the indictment. The big question now is whether the US will ever get their hands on Mesri. The answer to that, at least through any official channels, seems to be a resounding no. There is no extradition treaty between the US and Iran meaning that if Mesri stays put, he’s likely to remain a free man. Wanted Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and more. We also have VPN discounts, offers and coupons View the full article
  26. The third time could be the charm if you haven’t yet scored your free tickets to the Disrupt Berlin Hackathon. Today, we’ve released a third batch of tickets to the most exciting, grueling, 24-hour test of a developer’s chops. Tickets are available on a first-come-first-served basis, so get your tickets now before they’re gone for good. Read More View the full article
  27. Listen to a preview of an upcoming single from Kirko Bangz, Tory Lanez & Jacquees called "Work Sumn." the full article
  28. Check out a preview of an upcoming Chance The Rapper record. the full article
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