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  1. Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Dream Sequel of the Day: Wonder Woman meets Hawkgirl and Green Lantern in Alex Luthor's fan-made trailer for his idea for Wonder Woman 2: Cosplay of the Day: The super power of love is strong with this Wonder Woman cosplayer proposing to her Supergirl-cosplaying partner as Darth Vader and Stormtroopers look on: Bih this is so cute. Wonder Woman proposed to Supergirl. I'm. ?? — Sven (@UltearGrants) December 11, 2017 Movie Primer of the Day: Get your young ones ready for The Last Jedi with an alphabetical guide to the new Star Wars installment: Movie Parody of the Day: Kylo Ren dances... Read More View the full article
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  5. It’s been half a decade since Apple transitioned to the lighting connector, and still I regularly see the long-retired iPod 30-pin cable flopping off treadmill dashboards at gyms all around the country. It’s impossible to say how any of this will look five years from now, but at the very least, Apple’s new GymKit offering is certainly more refined than most of what’s… Read More View the full article
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  7. Like MasterCard and Discover before it, American Express is eliminating signatures for all credit card purchases. The company announced Monday that merchants won't need customers to sign for anything starting in April 2018. This affects all shoppers everywhere around the world where American Express is accepted. SEE ALSO: Discover won't force you to sign for purchases anymore The payment process has outgrown signatures as a security measure — American Express credited contactless pay options, chip technology, and way more online shopping as big reasons to ditch the signatures. Plus, American Express and other card companies have many other methods to detect fraud. Read more... More about American Express, Credit Cards, Consumers, Merchants, and BusinessView the full article
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  9. Facebook has been cracking down on fake news, but it's been missing one very important place of conversation. Messenger, the standalone app for Facebook's private messaging feature, is not being included in the company's fact-checking program. SEE ALSO: Facebook Messenger just made sharing photos way better In March, Facebook recruited a team of third-party fact-checkers to flag fake news articles that were being shared on its network. It was part of an increased effort to limit the reach of misinformation on the site in wake of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Fake news articles now receive a disputed tag when they are posted to the Facebook News Feed. But that's not the case if a user sends the same article to an individual or group through Messenger. Read more... More about Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Breitbart, Messenger, and Fake NewsView the full article
  10. I get nervous every single time I watch a rocket launch. And as a space reporter, I watch a lot of rocket launches. In all, I've probably seen more than 50 launches in person or online, and every single time I get sweaty palms and that tell-tale anxious feeling in the pit of my stomach. Now magnify that feeling by 10 every time SpaceX attempts to land one of their rockets back on Earth after flying it to space. SEE ALSO: SpaceX is launching a secret mission to space Thursday. Here's what we know so far. It's an alien looking sight, and if I had my way, it would be breaking news each and every time. I know that SpaceX basically has this whole rocket landing thing down pat at this point, but that doesn't mean it isn't always amazing. Read more... More about Space, Nasa, Science, Spaceflight, and Elon MuskView the full article
  11. Joey Bada$$ had a PSA for the people. the full article
  12. Netflix watches you, too. The streaming service sent what it probably thought was an innocuous-enough tweet Saturday night, ribbing a few dozen of its users for partaking in a holiday-inspired B-movie binge. To the 53 people who've watched A Christmas Prince every day for the past 18 days: Who hurt you? — Netflix US (@netflix) December 11, 2017 We reached out to a Netflix rep, who confirmed the tweet is accurate: 53 people have watched A Christmas Prince every day for 18 days. Imagine being one of them right now. This is nakedly dystopic messaging from a secretive internet video company that collects reams of data from 109 million subscribers — and rarely gives us a peek behind its curtain. I mean, jeez, Netflix is offering tinsel-dusted gruel on its platform and mocking people who consume said gruel every single day (for 18 days). As if there's a "correct" way to watch a mildly uplifting Christmas movie in an era when death by nuclear hellfire seems more assured with each passing second. Read more... More about Twitter, Netflix, Christmas Movies, Online Privacy, and TechView the full article
  13. Traveling with a baby for the holidays? First you’ve got your own gear to worry about, then a stroller, something for the baby to sleep in like a bassinet or pack n’ play, a baby carrier, toys, snacks, a diaper bag, possibly a car seat and whatever else the plane might allow you to shove into the overhead compartment or check at the gate. Then you’ve got to soothe and… Read More View the full article
  14. Given the crazy run cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, ether and litecoin have been on in the last week, it was only a matter of time before the Securities and Exchange Commission weighed in. Well, now it has in the form of an open letter from SEC Chairman Jay Clayton. Read More View the full article
  15. Stevie Wonder had some altruistic reasons for performing his albums “Talking Book” and “Innervisions” from beginning to end on Sunday night at Staples Center. For starters, he was using the records, both from his early-1970s artistic peak, to lure folks to this year’s edition of his annual House... View the full article