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First presidential vote cast using blockchain technology

With the 2020 presidential election less than a few weeks away — encumbered yet again by questions and concerns surrounding ballot security and fraud...

Instagram will curb hidden advertising by influencers: watchdog

Instagram has agreed to measures to crack down on hidden advertising by so-called influencers on its photo and video platform, Britain’s Competition and Markets...

Scientists say there’s a 50/50 chance we’re living in a computer simulation

There’s a 50 percent chance we’re living in a computer simulation, according to new analysis. A scientist from Columbia University in the US claims it’s...

Google launches new features to help locate nearest voting locations

Google said on Friday it was introducing new features across its search engine, Maps and voice assistant to help voters in the United States...

Apple’s third product event in 3 months may be around the corner

Apple isn’t done unveiling new gadgets this fall. Despite staging a keynote event for the iPad and Apple Watch in September and another one for...

Google now lets you search for a song by humming or singing

Google announced this week it is adding a “search a song” button to its search bar that will allow users to hum, sing or...

Twitter suffers embarrassing outage amid Post censorship controversy

Maybe they censored themselves. Twitter suffered a major crash on Thursday evening — telling users “something went wrong” when they attempted to open their feeds. For...

YouTube cracks down on QAnon content targeting individuals, groups

YouTube is cracking down on conspiracy theories pushed out by believers in the QAnon movement. The Google-owned video platform announced Thursday that it will be...

FCC moves to ‘clarify’ Section 230 law after censoring of Post story

Federal Communications Commission chairman Ajit Pai on Thursday sent shockwaves through Silicon Valley when he announced plans to “clarify the meaning” of a law...

Feds charge tech mogul Robert Brockman with tax, securities fraud

Federal prosecutors said Thursday they had charged Houston-based technology executive Robert Brockman with hiding $2 billion in income from the IRS over 20 years,...

‘Very high risk’ defunct Russian satellite and Chinese rocket body will collide

Experts believe a defunct Russian satellite and a discarded Chinese rocket could smash into each other high above the earth on Thursday, according to...

‘My opinion of people is low’

They’re on to us. A humanoid robot astronaut with a fierce social-media presence was removed from Twitter after publicly accusing two former cosmonauts of getting...

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John Oliver Now Has A Sewage Plant Named After Him

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Mike Miller could join Jeff Van Gundy’s potential Rockets staff

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