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  1. The TDE singer works the pole amid a field of ’shrooms in the new clip View the full article
  2. The new record features No Joy and KKB’s Sarah Bonito View the full article
  3. Chris Miskiewicz and Vincent Kings’ This Is Where We Fall arrives in May View the full article
  4. The film is based on a story about a Smiths fan who held a Denver radio station hostage in the ’80s View the full article
  5. Originally a bonus track on her album of Pang remixes, the cover gets a gothic late-night rendition View the full article
  6. New vinyl editions of her 2001 sophomore record will arrive next month View the full article
  7. Stripped-down sessions recorded in a small town in Texas View the full article
  8. Stream new releases from Drake, IAN SWEET, Bernice, Arab Strap, Lil Durk’s Only the Family, and Painted Shrines View the full article
  9. It's Friday! I think. Who could be sure? *Checks calendar.* OK, yes, it's Friday. We made it through another week of the pandemic! You simply love to see it. Around these parts — please excuse the random Western-movie-parlance, it's been a long week — we mark Fridays by collecting some of our favorite tweets of the week. Why? Because laughing is good and because why not? So here they are, our 19 favorite tweets of the week. 1. But most importantly to yourself the key to happiness is lying. to others? sure. but most importantly to yourself — giabuchi lastrassi (@jaboukie) March 4, 202
  10. A posthumous offering from SOPHIE arrives as part of Unsound’s Intermission compilation View the full article
  11. The man who arguably ushered in the current SPAC rush with the merger of Virgin Galactic with his Social Capital Hedosophia holding company has divested the remainder of his personal holdings in the space tourism company. Chamath Palihapitiya, who serves as the Chairman of Virgin Galactic’s board, still holds 6.2% ownership in the company in partnership with investor Ian Osborne, but his solo holdings are now at zero. Palihapitiya sold 3.8 million shares in December 2020, noting that he was selling that equity “to help manage [his] liquidity” in order to provide funding for “several new proje
  12. Masami Takahashi, the president of Scrum Studios Headquartered in San Francisco and Tokyo, Scrum Ventures is known for its accelerator programs focused on sports, food and smart city tech. Today it announced the launch of a new incubator program that will help startups from business partnerships with Japanese corporations. Called Scrum Studio, it will be spun out as an independent entity from Scrum Ventures, and headed by Masami Takahasi, who was previously strategy officer and general manager for WeWork Japan. Before that, he led Uber’s operations in Japan. Takahasi told TechCrunch that Sc
  13. It's not exactly the news we'll continue to wait for, but it's something. Twitter is reportedly testing an "undo send" feature for tweets, which isn't exactly an edit button, but it's part-way there. The news comes via app researcher and tipster Jane Manchun Wong, who posted a tweet with a GIF of how the feature would work. By the looks of it, a timer comes into play once a user hits send on a tweet, and for around five to six seconds, you're able to hit 'undo' on your tweets. Twitter is working on “Undo Send” timer for tweets pic.twitter.com/nS0kuijPK0 — Jane Manchun Wong (@wongmjane)
  14. Only a Sacha Baron Cohen interview could end with a fake police raid and a car chase. Appearing on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday, the recent Golden Globe winner's remarks about Borat and the importance of exposing hypocrisy and criminality suddenly descend into an impressively chaotic sketch in which Baron Cohen fields calls from celebrities hungry for his shady supply of coronavirus vaccines. "The movie exemplifies that those using power to get ahead, using their criminality, using their positions for self-enrichment—" he begins before being interrupted by his wife Isla Fisher handing over
  15. If you're frantically searching for the next serotonin-boosting show to lift your exhausted, fragile spirits, What I Like About You — a vastly underrated sitcom that aired on the WB nearly two decades ago — is finally available to stream. Picture this: It's 2002. All your present-day worries are temporarily suspended as you're mentally transported to a simpler time — one where people frequented Blockbuster, flared jeans and Ugg boots were fashion staples, Maroon 5's Songs About Jane was just released, and the sound of laugh tracks didn’t make you cringe. In this distant yet refreshingly fami
  16. Apple's upcoming AirTags will offer, if rumors are to be believed, a convenient way to track an object, a child, or a pet. But what if someone slips an AirTag into your bag to track you without your knowledge? It appears Apple has thought of that9to5Mac has gone through the new features in the iOS 14.5 beta, and found an interesting new option in the Find My app. Called "Item Safety Alerts," this feature will alert you when an item that's unknown to you is on your person and being tracked via Find My. Users will be able to turn Item Safety Alerts off in the Me tab in the Find My app. Apple
  17. In summer of 2013, TorrentFreak learned that City of London Police had begin sending warning letters to torrent and streaming sites, advising them to shut down or face the consequences. In December 2013, the launch of the Police Intellectual Property Crime Unit was officially announced, with the news that the unit had secured £2.56m in initial funding from the UK government’s Intellectual Property Office (IPO). Just a few months later, PIPCU announced the creation of the “Infringing Website List“, an official blacklist that is regularly used by advertisers in order to disrupt cash flow to al
  18. TL;DR: Create café-quality lattes and cappuccinos with the Zulay Kitchen Original Handheld Foam Maker, on sale for $17.99 — a 25% savings — as of March 5. Ever get frustrated that your at-home coffee experience isn't as enjoyable as the one you have when a barista is involved? Treat yourself to a milk frother. With the Zulay Kitchen handheld foam maker, you can save money by whipping up delicious lattes, cappuccinos, and more at home. The Zulay frother is durable, compact, and super easy to clean — just rinse it off and wipe it down after each use. It operates on two AA batteries, which ma
  19. If you want to amp up your gaming experience, consider making the upgrade to an actual gaming PC. We've rounded up some options on sale as of March 5 — scroll through and shop some can't-miss deals. Periphio Gaming Tower PC (Refurbished) The Periphio Gaming Tower PC has a powerful Quad-Core Intel Core i5 processor and a sleek tempered glass side panel. For a limited time, snag this refurbished one for $712.79 (regularly $1,079). Periphio Gaming Tower PC (Refurbished) — $712.79 See Details Read more... Periphio Spectre Gaming PCMo
  20. TL;DR: Level up your golf skills with the SALTED Smart Insoles, which are on sale for $199.99 — a 13% savings — as of March 5. If you're a golfer, you know the obsession with performance improvement firsthandThe Salted Smart Insoles are here to give you the performance boost you need. Salted studies the wearer's body balance, foot pressure, gait pattern, and muscle movement, then turns it into usable data. The companion app offers real-time feedback, allowing for self-awareness and self-correction of your posture and your swing. The insoles themselves are made from lightweight EVA and are
  21. TL;DR: Improve your videos' audio quality with the SmartMike+ True Wireless Stereo Mic and the Unidirectional Mic add-on. As of March 5, use code MICROPHONE14 to get the SmartMike+ for $125 and code MICROPHONE9 to get the add-on for only $30.99. High-quality audio can mean the difference between someone absorbing the information you're giving in a clip or completely tuning you out. With the SmartMike+, audio recording is as simple as pressing the record button. It's a mini, lightweight mic that connects to your smartphone via Bluetooth and also pairs with its own SmartMike+ app to record and
  22. According to Startup Genome, Beijing, London, Silicon Valley, Stockholm, Tel Aviv are some of the world’s best startup ecosystems. The data and research organisation uses factors like performance, capital, market reach, connectedness, talent, and knowledge to produce its rankings. Startup ecosystems from emerging markets excluding China and India didn’t make the organisations’ top 40 list last year. It is a known fact that these regions lag well behind in all six factors, and decades might pass before they catch up to the standards of the aforementioned ecosystems. However, Pariti, a Kenyan
  23. Typically, you'll open your Netflix mobile app to see what's new, what's coming, or to quickly browse through some content before you turn on the TV. But a new feature called Fast Laughs might prompt you to fire the app up just to have a little bit of fun. Announced on Wednesday, Fast Laughs offers a feed of funny, short clips taken from TV shows, movies, and stand-up comedy. Yes, it's a bit like TikTok, only with professional-grade content. Of course, the choice won't be as large as what TikTok offers — Netflix mentions the Murder Mystery movie, Big Mouth and The Crew TV shows, and stand-
  24. The annual meetings of the Chinese parliament and its advisory body are underway in Beijing this week. Top executives from some of China’s largest tech firms are among the thousands of delegates who attend and put forward their opinions. Here is a look at what the tech bosses are proposing for China’s digital economy. Pony Ma More regulatory scrutiny is needed for the country’s budding internet economy, Tencent’s founder and CEO Pony Ma says in one of his proposals, according to a report from the state-backed People’s Posts and Telecommunications News. As a delegate of the National People’s C
  25. SiCepat, an end-to-end logistics startup in Indonesia, announced today it has raised a $170 million Series B funding round. Founded in 2014 to provide last-mile deliveries for small merchants, the company has since expanded to serve large e-commerce platforms, too. Its services now also cover warehousing and fulfillment, middle-mile logistics and online distribution. Investors in SiCepat’s Series B include Falcon House Partners; Kejora Capital; DEG (the German Development Finance Institution); Telkom Indonesia’s investment arm MDI Ventures; Indies Capital; Temasek Holdings subsidiary Pavilion
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