Google Fires 28 Workers Who Protested its Contracts With Israel
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by Maxwell Zeff
2h ago
Google says it terminated 28 employees associated with protests of the company’s $1.2 billion cloud computing contracts with the Israeli government on Wednesday. The firings follow the arrests of nine Google employees for trespassing in the company’s New York and California offices on Tuesday during an hours-long… Read more ..read more
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The Best Speakers to Buy in 2024
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by Dua Rashid
7h ago
If you’re looking to fill your life with more sound, there’s nothing like a good speaker. After thorough testing, we have a reliable list of the best speakers you can buy in 2024. Our list includes everything from $60 portable ones to $450 lounge speakers. It also covers a variety of use cases — from music production… Read more ..read more
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Kathryn Newton on Becoming a Universal Monsters Staple With Abigail and Lisa Frankenstein
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by Sabina Graves
9h ago
While Universal Pictures has long stepped away from its planned Universal Monsters Dark Universe (except at Universal Studios theme parks), the cinematic lore of the characters has found new life, thanks to standalone films like Leigh Whannell’s Invisible Man, Zelda Williams’ Lisa Frankenstein, and now Radio… Read more ..read more
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Hasbro's New Mandalorian Action Figures Are Missing Some Key Players
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by James Whitbrook
9h ago
Hasbro’s Star Wars toys truly love The Mandalorian—there are few entries in the galaxy far, far away (besides the original trilogy) that come close to the sheer depth the toymaker has delved into the Disney+ show for inspiration. Which is why it feels so bizarre that we have these new figures, missing a very familiar… Read more ..read more
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On X-Men '97, Knowing Who You Are Is So Much Bigger Than Supernatural and Cosmic Nonsense
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by James Whitbrook
11h ago
After last week’s episode—already a contender for one of 2024's best single episodes of TV—it would be tough for even a show as consistently strong as X-Men ‘97 to top what it just laid down. It’s not surprising then that this week’s episode of the Disney+ series doesn’t reach the same highs. It doesn’t quite… Read more ..read more
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Trump's Truth Social Has Gone Woke
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by Oscar Gonzalez
11h ago
Truth Social’s stock price appears to be making a slight rebound Wednesday after losing more than half of its peak value in the month of April. That’s a bit surprising considering the fact that the far right’s favorite meme-stock company has been exposed for buying into the woke ideology of DEI. Read more ..read more
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Boeing Whistleblower Says Company Is Involved in a 'Criminal Cover-up'
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by Lucas Ropek
11h ago
Boeing, the troubled aircraft manufacturer that makes most of the planes that Americans fly on, was the subject of an unsettling Congressional hearing Wednesday wherein multiple invited speakers accused the company of fostering a “safety culture” that is anything but safe. Among other things, speakers accused the… Read more ..read more
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Alex Kurtzman Hopes Shorter Seasons Are Better for Star Trek
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by James Whitbrook
12h ago
There’s more Star Trek around right now than there has been since its ‘90s heyday, but there’s not exactly all that much of it in comparison. The franchise’s resurgence in the age of streaming has meant condensed seasons—these days, the average season is often half the size (or less) of one from the broadcast era. But… Read more ..read more
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Humans Sheltered in This Lava Tube for Thousands of Years
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by Isaac Schultz
12h ago
Three needs are famously fundamental to survival: food, water, and shelter. According to new research, ancient humans had at least two of those three needs met by a nearly mile-long lava tube about 77 miles (125 kilometers) north of Medina, Saudi Arabia, for at least 7,000 years. Read more ..read more
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Jawbone in England Appears to Belong to Largest Marine Reptile Ever Known
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by Isaac Schultz
12h ago
A jawbone found in Somerset, England, may belong to the largest marine reptile yet known, a huge ichthyosaur that lived about 200 million years ago. The new species is dubbed Ichthyotitan severnensis and may have been over 80 feet long, according to the team’s estimates. The finding means that ichthyosaurs could have… Read more ..read more
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