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How Will Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Spend the Holidays With...

How Will Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott Spend the Holidays With Stormi Now That They’ve Broken Up?
With the holidays quickly approaching, fans are wondering how Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott plan on celebrating with their daughter, Stormi Webster. Though they’ve previously observed holidays together, the couple recently ended their two-year relationship, which makes things cloudy. So, will the trio continue its tradition and celebrate together? Or will Stormi go back and…

Microsoft Edge is coming to Linux. But will anybody use it?

Microsoft Edge is coming to Linux. But will anybody use it?
don't cross the streams. ok, cross the streams — Edge wasn't even popular on Windows—adding Linux support is a curious move. Jim Salter - Nov 11, 2019 4:18 pm UTC At Microsoft Ignite last week, a slide announced that Microsoft's project to rebase its perennially unloved Edge browser on Google's open source project Chromium is…

SoftBank’s Son Admits Terrible Judgment in $4.6 Billion Money Pit WeWork

SoftBank’s Son Admits Terrible Judgment in $4.6 Billion Money Pit WeWork
SoftBank reported a quarterly loss amounting to billions of dollars for the first time in more than a decade. WeWork is not the only problematic investment SoftBank made recently. The investment group has prioritized fast growth over profits. SoftBank’s longtime strategy of inundating startups with cash hoping for a big payoff has been a spectacular…

His Dark Materials provides a respectful, if rarely revelatory, adaptation

His Dark Materials provides a respectful, if rarely revelatory, adaptation
TV ReviewsAll of our TV reviews in one convenient place.Of the many strengths of Philip Pullman’s His Dark Materials trilogy, the most important is arguably the easiest to overlook. Pullman’s thematic ambition, grasp of pacing, and deftness with character are all clear from the outset, but while these elements are crucial to the books’ success,…

An avocado a day could lower ‘bad’ cholesterol levels, study suggests

An avocado a day could lower ‘bad’ cholesterol levels, study suggests
We’ve all heard the old saying, “An apple a day keeps the doctor away.” According to a new study, however, the same may be true for avocados — at least when it comes to lowering “bad” cholesterol levels.The study, conducted by researchers at Penn State University and published in the Journal of Nutrition, suggests that eating…

Google buying Fitbit is good for Google, bad for wearables

Google buying Fitbit is good for Google, bad for wearables
We only have rumors about a sale so far, and the companies have already issued the usual "no comment." But that doesn't mean we can't speculate about how a deal would work and what it might do to the wearables industry. And while Fitbit might need a bailout, and Google might need to bolster its…

Google Pixel 4: Should you upgrade?

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Brydge sues Kickstarter for selling iPad keyboard it claims is a...

Brydge sues Kickstarter for selling iPad keyboard it claims is a clone
iPad keyboard maker Brydge is suing the apparent creator of a very similar-looking competitor called Libra. Not only that, but Brydge is suing Kickstarter, too, for hosting a crowdfunding campaign in support of the Libra keyboard. The lawsuit, filed Tuesday in a federal court in New York, accuses the company it believes is Libra’s creator,…

We Should Deliberately Contaminate Mars With Our Microbes, Controversial Study Argues

We Should Deliberately Contaminate Mars With Our Microbes, Controversial Study Argues
Image: NASAA research team is proposing a major philosophical shift in our thinking about the spread of Earthly microbes in space and on Mars in particular. Believing interplanetary contamination to be “inevitable,” the team argues that future Martian colonists should use microorganisms to reshape the Red Planet—a proposition deemed grossly premature by some experts. In…