Black Mirror Teases “Arkangel” Episode Trailer

Black Mirror Teases “Arkangel” Episode Trailer

Black Mirror’s season 4 premiere date has not yet been revealed, but Netflix has dropped a preview of one of the upcoming episodes. “Arkangel” is directed by Jodie Foster, and uses a parent’s instantly-recognizable fear for their child’s safety as its jumping-off point. And with the tagline “The key to good parenting is

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Epic Sues 14-Year-Old for Fortnite Cheating

Epic Sues 14-Year-Old for Fortnite Cheating

Epic Games decided to teach cheaters a lesson by suing them. But one of these alleged wrongdoers was only 14, and his mom is having none of Epic’s complaint. Epic accused Caleb Rogers of modding Fortnite and causing Epic to lose out on profits. His mother fired back at them

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Rocket Flight to Prove Flat Earth Delayed

Rocket Flight to Prove Flat Earth Delayed

Mike Hughes, flat-earther, continues to face stumbling blocks in his efforts to prove that the Earth is indeed a plane and not a sphere. He had intended to launch himself 1,800 feet into the sky in a home-made rocket in order to take photographs of the non-round Earth. But the

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Bungie Turns Off Destiny 2 XP Scaling

Bungie Turns Off Destiny 2 XP Scaling

Following the exposure on Reddit of its shady math, the skewed XP awarding scale in Destiny 2 has been turned off. Bungie announced that “after reviewing our data, we agree that the system is not performing the way we’d like it to.” XP scaling based on the type of activity

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Asgardia-1 Satellite Launches Possible New Nation

Asgardia-1 Satellite Launches Possible New Nation

Add another nation to Earth’s tally: The Asgardia-1 satellite launched on a NASA commercial vessel headed for the International Space Station on November 12. The tiny satellite establishes a sovereign territorial foothold for the emerging nation of Asgardia and its approximately 114,000 aspirational citizens. Asgardia already has a government, a

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Interstellar Asteroid Pays Us a Visit

Interstellar Asteroid Pays Us a Visit

The first confirmed interstellar asteroid has visited our solar system. Named Oumuamua by astronomers, the cigar-shaped rock appears to be roughly a quarter mile wide and as much as ten times that in length. Observations have revealed a reddish, inert, dustless rock unlike the asteroids that normally appear in our solar

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FCC Votes Against Net Neutrality

FCC Votes Against Net Neutrality

The warning signs have been there for a while. But now, the FCC has released a plan that would “restore internet freedom”–by eliminating net neutrality. Net neutrality, meant to ensure a level field for providers of all sizes and information of all types, is not so popular with the largest

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Cyberpunk 2077 Will “Leave Greed to Others”

Cyberpunk 2077 Will “Leave Greed to Others”

In the wake of the Star Wars: Battlefront II microtransaction uproar, CD Projekt Red has made it clear that Cyberpunk 2077 will not be part of the problem. “Worry not. When thinking CP2077, think nothing less than TW3 — huge single player, open world, story-driven RPG. No hidden catch, you

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AC/DC’s Malcolm Young Has Died

AC/DC’s Malcolm Young Has Died

Malcolm Young, guitar legend and founder of the relentlessly hard driving AC/DC, has died of dementia. He was sixty four. Young formed AC/DC in 1973 with his younger brother Angus, and remained the band’s rhythm guitarist and musical center until his illness forced him to retire in 2014. In a

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Bad Luck Killed the Dinosaurs

Bad Luck Killed the Dinosaurs

Sixty-six million years ago, the Chicxulub asteroid slammed into the hydrocarbon- and sulfur-rich Yucatan Peninsula. The impact created atmospheric pollution that triggered droughts and global cooling—conditions that wiped out more than 75% of all existing animal life, including dinosaurs. This is the scientifically accepted reason for the end of dinosaurs

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