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New Predator movie inbound with Dan Trachtenberg tapped to direct

The Predator universe is about to get another installment in the form of a fifth movie, giving fans another glimpse into the world that first hit theaters in the ‘80s. The movie will come from 20th Century Studios with Dan Trachtenberg tapped to direct the flick and, based on a new leak, it will bring something new to the Continue reading

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Fortnite Nexus War event confirmed: Date and what we know

Epic Games has finally confirmed the details for its upcoming Nexus War‘ event in Fortnite, one that will wrap up the Marvel crossover with Galactus arriving on the battle royale island. This event is expected to be massive and, based on some leaks, it may even result in yet another island change. Epic tweeted a confirmation of the Nexus War Continue reading

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1969 Mercury James Bond car heads to auction

Cars that were used on-screen in popular movies tend to sell for serious money when they head to auction. The car in the images below is a 1969 Mercury Cougar XR-7 Convertible, and it was driven on screen in the classic James Bond movie On Her Majesty‘s Secret Service. This wasn‘t our favorite spy‘s car; it was driven by a Continue reading

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SpaceX plans to launch more Starlink satellites tonight

What could potentially be one of the most profitable activities for SpaceX is to sell broadband Internet access to people around the globe courtesy of its Starlink satellite system. Currently, the system is in beta tests in the United States, and SpaceX has a launch scheduled for tonight that will put the 16th batch of satellites in orbit. The launch Continue reading

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A new study shows space might not be pitch black after all

There are certainly some extremely bright stars and planets in the vastness of space. But many of us expect most of space to be extremely dark with nothing but pitch black darkness to be seen. However, a new study will be published soon has found that outer space isn‘t pitch black after all. According to the study, outer space is Continue reading

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Chinese spacecraft launches this week to bring rocks back from the moon

Most samples of moon dust and rocks that are available for scientists to study on Earth date back to the Apollo era, with the last samples being returned from the moon in the 70s. China wants to change that, and this week will launch the Chang‘e-5 probe that will collect material from the moon‘s surface and return it to Earth Continue reading

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Ford shows off cool custom rides at virtual SEMA 2020 show

The pandemic going on around the world has significantly impacted all sorts of events during 2020. One of the events that was impacted was the SEMA show that car guys and gals look forward to each year. The show is always packed with very cool custom cars from various manufacturers, and this year the show is virtual. Ford is showing Continue reading

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SpaceX Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich launch goes off without a hitch

SpaceX successfully launched the NASA and ESA satellite known as Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich. Launch occurred without a hitch Saturday putting the satellite into the orbit it needed to peer down at the earth and observe our oceans. The satellite will be able to measure sea levels across 90 percent of the oceans around the world within a few centimeters. In Continue reading

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Disney‘s next three live-action remakes may skip theaters entirely

The movie industry is still reeling from the pandemic and movie theater closures, leaving studios in limbo as they repeatedly bump premieres and, in some cases, move them to digital platforms. Disney is one such studio that has seen its premieres disrupted, and a new leak claims a few of its big upcoming live-action movies may go straight to streaming Continue reading

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Diet study has good news for older adults trying to lose weight

Many people claim that weight loss becomes more difficult the older you get, but a new study led by the University of Warwick finds that this claim is a myth. The research was conducted at University Hospitals Coventry, where experts found that adults over the age of 60 can lose weight just as effectively as younger people. The study, which Continue reading

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Will Apple do a Foldable iPhone or we‘re expecting too much

If you stand on the street for a random survey should Apple launch a foldable iPhone you‘ll return with replies in the affirmative more often than expected. The foldable phone market has matured since the niggly launches of Samsung‘s first foldable and the Motorola Razr. Phones unveiled in 2020 have less fragile displays, bendable screens do not cringe, Continue reading

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Amazon‘s Prime Video Channels may soon lose HBO option

Amazon offers its subscribers access to Prime Video Channels,‘ which is a direct way for Amazon users to sign up for certain third-party video streaming services like HBO, Starz, and more. Though Prime Video Channels isn‘t going anywhere, a new report suggests that WarnerMedia may remove HBO from the roster in order to bolster its competing HBO Max streaming service. Continue reading

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Diet study finds many vegans may severely lack iodine, but not B12

Plant-based diets, including vegan ones, are growing in popularity as the public becomes more conscious of dietary impacts on the environment and health. The trend away from animal-based products has raised some questions and concerns about the potential health consequences of plant-based diets, ones mostly revolving around nutrients and the struggles one may face when only consuming plant foods. Vegan Continue reading

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Modified Kia Sorento SUVs are ready to adventure

Kia has unveiled a pair of customized Sorento SUVs specifically designed to show the brand‘s focus on adventure, capability, and trail readiness. The first is the Sorento Yosemite that was intended to explore high elevation locations and mountain living. It‘s covered in a Pine Green matte finish with gloss and matte black accents. Kia‘s other custom vehicle is the Sorento Continue reading

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Researchers claim to have reversed the aging process using an oxygen chamber

There are many uses for large devices known as hyperbaric oxygen chambers in the medical field. They can be used to treat wounds and can place a human under enough pressure that oxygen can be forced directly into the tissue without the need for blood flow. A group of researchers say they have reversed the aging process in elderly people Continue reading

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SpaceX Crew-1 astronauts used Baby Yoda for a zero-G indicator

Many science fiction and Star Wars fans would completely agree with us that The Mandalorian is the best thing to happen in the Star Wars universe in years. While Mando is certainly a draw, many people like The Child or Baby Yoda as he tends to be called just as much. Interestingly, the astronauts aboard the historic SpaceX Crew-1 mission Continue reading

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‘Fossil galaxy‘ found hiding deep inside the Milky Way

Scientists sorting through data gathered from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey‘s Apache Point Observatory Galactic Evolution Experiment (APOGEE) have discovered what they call a fossil galaxy that‘s tucked away deep inside the Milky Way. Scientists say that the proposed fossil galaxy could have collided with the Milky Way 10 billion years ago when our galaxy was still in its infancy. Continue reading

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iPad and iPhone Xbox Series X controller support promised in future update

The latest and greatest iPhone and iPad models are capable of high-end mobile gameplay, but you probably don‘t want to limit yourself to touchscreen controls. A number of third-party Bluetooth controllers with iOS and iPadOS support are available, but if you already own a gaming console, there‘s a good chance you can use the console‘s controller with Apple mobile devices. Continue reading

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Bronco R race prototype returns to Baja

Ford has announced that the Bronco R race prototype will be returning to attempt the 2020 SCORE International Baja 1000. Before the new Ford Bronco was officially unveiled, the Bronco R race prototype gave us our first glimpse at what the all-new Bronco might look like. It attempted Baja last year but suffered significant breakage during the event. Behind the Continue reading

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Another cable failure means the end for the iconic Arecibo radio telescope

We mentioned back in August that a cable failure at the iconic Arecibo Observatory caused significant damage to the dish of the radio telescope. Sadly, a second cable at the radio observatory has failed, and the famous 1000-foot diameter radio telescope will have to be demolished. An engineering firm called Thorton Tomasetti has determined that the radio dish and the Continue reading

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HBO officially orders The Last of Us adaptation based on hit games

Months after HBO first teased fans with a tweet, the company has officially ordered a series based on hit video game The Last of Us. Many of the details we heard back in March were confirmed by HBO on Friday, including that Naughty Dog and PlayStation Productions are among the producers behind the upcoming series. On March 5, HBO published Continue reading

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Foldable, swivel or rollable smartphone display Which is better?

Smartphones have evolved a fair bit with regard to screen real estate the bezels are as thin as they can get, front-facing cameras are no more a hindrance with under-display camera tech, and the display quality has gone through the roof in the last couple of years. Still, there is a lot more to be desired when we see Continue reading

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YouTube, Twitter, Facebook team to deal with anti-vax COVID content

Three of the biggest social media platforms Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube have teamed up in anticipation of increased COVID-19 vaccine misinformation, according to a new report. All three platforms have been used to spread fake news and disinformation related to the virus and the vaccine rapidly developed to treat it. Public health officials have reported concerns about the Continue reading

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Fortnite leak teases return of Launch Pad, but will it be the same?

For reasons we‘ve never been told, Epic removed the Launch Pad item from Fortnite with the arrival of season four and as you‘d expect, fans were both surprised and very unhappy. The Launch Pad has been in the game since the beginning, making it possible for players to escape the Storm or tricky situations at the last minute. Now, Continue reading

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