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The Iconic Nokia Brick Phone Is Back

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If you were around in the early 2000s, you probably remember this: A total 126 million 3310s were sold since the phone's launch in September 2000. Nokia Well, it’s back (kind of). Paul Hanna / Reuters On Sunday — 17 years after the phone was first introduced — Nokia announced it would be reintroducing the Read More

Samsung Just Unveiled A High-Performance Tablet With A Keyboard

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Korean conglomerate Samsung revealed two new types of tablets today at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona: a high-performance Galaxy Book series with full desktop PC capabilities, and the sleek, all-glass Galaxy Tab S3, a tablet optimized for entertainment. Price and availability have not been announced for either device. It has a 9.7-inch AMOLED screen with Read More

What’s Up With David Beckham Casually Posing With Lotion?

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Welcome to “Is This an Ad?,” a column in which we take a celebrity social media post about a brand or product and find out if they’re getting paid to post about it or what. Because even though the FTC recently came out with rules on this, it’s not always clear. Send a tip for Read More

How YouTube Serves As The Content Engine Of The Internet’s Dark Side

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YouTube David Seaman is the Pizzagate King of the Internet. On Twitter, Seaman posts dozens of messages a day to his 66,000 followers, often about the secret cabal — including Rothschilds, Satanists, and the other nabobs of the New World Order — behind the nation’s best-known, super-duper-secret child sex ring under a DC pizza parlor. Read More

Elon Musk Slams Union Drive At Tesla Factory

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Tesla CEO Elon Musk listens as President-elect Donald Trump speaks during a meeting with technology industry leaders at Trump Tower in New York, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2016. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci) Evan Vucci / AP In a lengthy Thursday night email to Tesla employees, CEO Elon Musk defended his record as an employer, and appealed to Read More

Here Are The Passwords You Should Change Immediately

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A software bug discovered in Cloudflare, a popular web performance and security company, may have compromised the security of over 5 million websites, including Fitbit, Uber, and OK Cupid. If you have or had accounts on Fitbit, Uber, Ok Cupid, Medium, or Yelp, you should probably change your passwords. In a blog post published on Read More