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  1. It's not easy carrying a street view camera backpack around, but we imagine it's much better with a fluffy doggo following you the whole time. In these pictures of a Jukdo, a small idyllic island in South Korea, you can see the friendly dog is in nearly all of the pictures. Good doggo goes to what appears to be a public washroom. Image: Daum SEE ALSO: The South Korean president's rescue pets are so popular they have their own fan art The pictures, on Korean maps provider Daum, were captured in July 2010 on foot. If the pictures look empty, it's probably because it has few residents. A 2004 census noted that only a family of three was living there. Read more... More about Travel, South Korea, Dog, Street View, and DoggyView the full article
  2. Read more... More about China, Grocery Store, Moby Mart, Self Driving, and Wheelys Inc View the full article
  3. Reverse psychology doesn't seem like the most obvious tool against racism, but here we are. Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi has become the face of an anti-racism campaign organised by New Zealand's Human Rights Commission. It comes shortly after being awarded New Zealander of the Year for 2017. SEE ALSO: There’s an epidemic of LGBTQ hate violence. Here's how you can curb it. In a video, Waititi has a small favour to ask everyone, and that's to give what they can to a "very important cause," which is racism. "Racism needs your help to survive," he said. "You may not be in a position to give much to racism, but whatever you feel comfortable giving will make a huge difference. Read more... More about Australia, Culture, Racism, New Zealand, and Taika WaititiView the full article
  4. Apparently Konami will bear a serious grudge if you quit the company. The Japanese video game giant behind classics like Dance Dance Revolution and the Metal Gear franchise is in the news right now for apparently punishing employees within the industry for leaving the firm. Konami's pretty influential, so being on its sh*tlist is pretty bad if you're trying to develop a career in video games. SEE ALSO: Your favorite board games have some pretty wacky origin stories Ex-Konami staffers told the Nikkei Asian Review: "If you leave the company, you cannot rely on Konami's name to find a job." The report goes on to say that Konami even goes so far as to file complaints with other gaming companies, if they hire former staff. Read more... More about Japan, Konami, Hideo Kojima, Metal Gear, and Corporate Culture View the full article
  5. See you in Shenzhen next week for our inaugural TechCrunch China event in the world’s hardware innovation capital. The show runs June 19-20, and we’ll be interviewing and talking to top level executives from a range of tech companies that include: Vice President of the Didi Chuxing Research Institute Dr. Fengmin Gong — Didi opened its U.S.-based research lab earlier this year… Read More View the full article
  6. Listen to the outro of Big Boi's new album with "Follow Deez," featuring Curren$y & Killer Mike. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/big-boi-follow-deez-feat-currensy-and-killer-mike-prod-by-mannie-fresh-new-song.1974604.htmlView the full article
  7. The $5.5 billion Chinese theme park celebrated its one-year anniversary on Friday.read more View the full article
  8. In 2016, Australia’s Ten Network posted losses of AUS$157 million. This April, the broadcaster showed signs of continuing distress when it posted a half-year loss of AUS$232 million. In a statement to the stock exchange, Ten said it was trying to secure new terms for a AUS$200 million debt financing guarantee. According to ABC, the company had lost more than 60% of its value in the preceding 12 months and almost 98% over the previous five years. More bad news arrived this week when Ten’s board decided to put the company into voluntary administration after failing to secure a guarantee for a AUS$250 million loan that could’ve kept the ship afloat into the new year. As moves get underway to secure the company’s future, fingers of blame are being raised. According to Village Roadshow co-chief executive Graham Burke, Internet pirates cost Ten “hundreds of millions of dollars” in advertising revenue due to their tendency to obtain movies and TV shows from the web rather than via legitimate means. Burke told The Australian (paywall) that movies supplied to Ten by 21st Century Fox (including The Revenant and The Peanuts Movie which were both leaked) had received lower broadcast ratings due to people viewing them online in advance. “Piracy is a much bigger channel and an illicit economy than the three main commercial networks combined,” Burke told the publication. “Movies from Fox arrive with several million people having seen them through piracy. If it wasn’t for piracy, the ratings would be stronger and the product would not be arriving clapped out.” But leaked or not, content doesn’t come cheap. As part of efforts to remain afloat, Ten Network recently tried to re-negotiate content supply deals with Fox and CBS. Together they reportedly cost the broadcaster more than AUS$900 million over the previous six years. Despite this massive price tag and numerous other problems engulfing the troubled company, Burke suggests it is pirates that are to blame for Ten’s demise. “A large part of Ten’s expenditure is on movies and they are being seen by millions of people ­illegitimately on websites supported by rogue ­advertising for drugs, prostitution and even legitimate advertising. The cumulative effect of all the ­pirated product out there has brought down Ten,” Burke said. While piracy has certainly been blamed for a lot of things over the years, it is extremely rare for a senior industry figure to link it so closely with the potential demise of a major broadcaster. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services. View the full article
  9. Stream Joyner Lucas's debut album "508-507-2209." http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/joyner-lucas-508-507-2209-album-stream-new-mixtape.117225.htmlView the full article
  10. At a glitzy anniversary event held within the Chinese park Friday, the Disney CEO reveals that year-one attendance figures far execeeded forecasts. read more View the full article
  11. Just how else do you commemorate the Batman, Adam West. Hundreds of people gathered in downtown Los Angeles to pay tribute to the late actor's life on Thursday night, with the main act being the Bat-Signal shining on City Hall. SEE ALSO: 'You will always be Batman': Celebrities post tributes to Adam West The Bat-Signal is used in the series by police to help summon Batman. Perhaps for that reason, the commemorative light was switched on at 9 p.m. local time by Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck and the city's mayor Eric Garcetti, who addressed the crowd. "Like you, we all spent many hours in front of the TV, same bat time, same bat channel," Garcetti told the crowd, according to the Associated Press. Read more... More about Entertainment, Batman, Culture, Los Angeles, and Adam WestView the full article
  12. Here are a bunch of little bites to satisfy your hunger for movie culture: Character Parody of the Day: Mr. Sunday Movies makes us question why The Avengers would recruit Doctor Strange in this animated parody: Movie Karaoke Cover of the Day: Watch characters from 132 movies dance and sing the lyrics to Michael Jackson's "The Way You Make Me Feel": Studio History of the Day: In anticipation of the release of Cars 3, Burger Fiction compiled a look at the evolution of Pixar through their shorts and features: Animation Celebration of the Day: Speaking of animated movies, Vox presents a short documentary about how fan films inspired the look of The Lego Movie: Franchise Recap of the... Read More View the full article
  13. Off "Pretty Girls Like Trap Music," listen to 2 Chainz's new collab "Realize" featuring Nicki Minaj. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/2-chainz-realize-feat-nicki-minaj-new-song.1974603.htmlView the full article
  14. Uncle Murda, aka Lenny Grant calls on 50 Cent & Jeremih for his new single "On & On," off his upcoming album "The Lenny Grant Story." http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/lenny-grant-on-and-on-feat-50-cent-and-jeremih-new-song.1974602.htmlView the full article
  15. Jay Z seems to be in a really good mood right now. And why wouldn't he be. He's just been inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame, becoming the first hip hop artist to do so. SEE ALSO: Tidal, where everyone already loves Jay Z, celebrates Jay Z Jay hopped on Twitter Thursday night to thank those who've inspired him: Like golden age hip hop luminaries De La Soul, to '90s R&B stars like Lauryn Hill, and also modern rappers like Kendrick Lamar. There's more than 80 artists he's thanked in his series of tweets. Thank you to all the people that have inspired me . Rakim KANE KRS chuck cube Jaz Em Andre Nas big PAC cole kendrick chance jayE ..wait, — Mr. Carter (@S_C_) June 16, 2017 Read more... More about Entertainment, Music, Hip Hop, Rapper, and Jay ZView the full article
  16. Alibaba could substantially increase its business interests in Southeast Asia with an investment in Uber rival Grab. Bloomberg reports that Alibaba President Jack Ma is considering joining an upcoming $1.4 billion funding round for Grab which will be led by SoftBank, a company with many links to Alibaba. Separately, TechCrunch has confirmed with a source that Alibaba has held meetings with… Read More View the full article
  17. We’re looking for a few good startups based in sub-Saharan Africa to participate in our inaugural Startup Battlefield Africa, and all you startup folks out there in the region aren’t going to want to miss this. TechCrunch is excited to be partnering with Facebook to bring our illustrious startup competition, the Startup Battlefield, to Nairobi, Kenya, later this year. The… Read More View the full article
  18. Rich The Kid, Jay Critch, & Famous Dex release the third installment in their "Rich Forever" mixtape series. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/rich-the-kid-rich-forever-3-new-mixtape.117186.htmlView the full article
  19. Listen to one of the many standouts from Young Thug's new album with "Relationship" featuring Future. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/young-thug-relationship-feat-future-new-song.1974601.htmlView the full article
  20. Brieana Carter got quite the surprise on graduation day—a kiss on the cheek from former Vice President Joe Biden. Carter posted the video on Wednesday several weeks after graduating from Morgan State University in Baltimore. papajoe ?#morganstatealum '17 A post shared by GUNNA ?? (@beautyyallure_) on Jun 14, 2017 at 8:54am PDT SEE ALSO: Joe Biden, president of ice cream, is finally getting his own flavor While plenty of grads snapped selfies, Carter got special treatment because of a phone fail. "The first time, the picture was blurry," she told NBC News about trying to capture the moment on her phone. "The second, Snapchat was glitching. The third time, it was a charm." Read more... More about Joe Biden, Graduate, Selfie, Culture, and Politics View the full article
  21. Mobike, one of two fast-emerging on-demand bike rental services, has landed $600 million in new funding as it seeks to expand its business outside of China. Bike rentals are shaping up to be the first global tech industry that was born in China. The principle is simple: bikes are fitted with GPS trackers which allows them to be picked up from and left anywhere using an app. With companies… Read More View the full article
  22. Listen to Kodak Black's new single "First Day Out." http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/kodak-black-first-day-out-new-song.1974600.htmlView the full article
  23. If you’re a U.S.-based founder and you’ve ever wondered how to pitch the London-based firm Atomico or, more specifically, who to pitch, Hiro Tamura is someone you might get to know better. Though he’s based in London, Tamura is the general partner who spends the most time in the U.S. — about one week a month on average. How does it work? Tamura says he gets ample… Read More View the full article
  24. Twitter gets a redesign to their Desktop and mobile expereince, Slack is raising $500 Million at a $5 billion valuation, Musically starts creating original content and Careem raises $150 Million. All this on Crunch Report. Read More View the full article
  25. Listen to Calvin Harris' new single "Feels" featuring Big Sean, Pharrell, & Katy Perry. http://www.hotnewhiphop.com/calvin-harris-feels-feat-big-sean-pharrell-and-katy-perry-new-song.1974599.htmlView the full article
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