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Imagine Dragons were late to their own concerts because of playing League Of Legends - the musicians spoke about their love of games

The vocalist of Imagine Dragons, Dan Reynolds, told the Washington Post that he had to postpone concerts because he was busy playing League Of Legends. Reynolds confirmed that the musicians were late to the stage because they were playing League of L...

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"Huang was here": the NVIDIA boss signed a woman's breasts - yes, you read that right

It seems that NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang feels like a real rock star: lately he has been giving autographs quite often. While signing a video card is quite normal, signing a woman's chest, even if she is dressed, is quite bold for the head of a technolo...

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A rainbow Tesla Cybertruck took part in the LGBTQ parade in Los Angeles - how's that, Ilon Musk?

At the LGBTQ parade in Los Angeles, a Tesla Cybertruck painted in rainbow colors took part. The pride-themed truck caught the attention of the crowd gathered at the festival, who were filming and taking photos of the vehicle. The incident sparked moc...

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X Twitter has officially allowed "strawberries" - previously the rules didn't prohibit it, but they didn't explicitly allow adult content either

The social network X (formerly Twitter) has long had many active communities with explicit content (NSFW, not safe for work). Although previously the platform unofficially allowed people to post adult content, the rules never explicitly prohibited or...

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The main "fake spreaders" on Twitter are elderly women. They account for more than 80% of tweets with misinformation

A new study has identified a small group of "super spreaders" of fake news on Twitter - they make up only 0.3% of accounts on the social network, but spread about 80% of misinformation links. Researchers could have expected that these would be young ...

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Google suddenly increased the price of Gemini 1.5 Flash by 98% and claimed the previous one was a "typo"

Google quietly doubled the prices for using the API of their new Gemini 1.5 Flash model. Previously, a million tokens output costed 53 cents, but now it costs 1.05 dollars. Google raised the price of Gemini 1.5 Flash output by 98% without telling an...

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Donald Trump is considering Ilon Musk for presidential adviser - businessmen discussed it, the election and a political issue

Elon Musk could become an advisor to the president if Donald Trump returns to the White House. Both businessmen discussed such a possibility, as reported by The Wall Street Journal. The publication writes that Musk and Trump had dinner together and ...

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American wants to go down on Titanic after OceanGate's Titanic disaster - says it's safe

To prove the safety of traveling to the "Titanic" after the disaster of the "Titan" submersible by OceanGate last year, a real estate investor from Ohio plans to lower a two-person submersible to the sunken liner. Larry Connor told The Wall Street Jo...

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Samsung demands that independent repair shops disclose customer data and "disassemble" devices with non-genuine parts

Owners of Samsung devices have faced an unexpected problem. It turns out that the company demands from third-party repair shops to disclose personal information about customers who brought in non-working Samsung equipment for repair. So, if a user b...

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Paintpad is a program for drawing in... Microsoft Notepad

The developer SamNChiet has made it possible to draw in Microsoft Notepad using text characters. He named his project Paintpad and jokes that he "made MS Paint in Notepad." Paintpad allows you to move the cursor to draw in Microsoft Notepad. Instead...

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"Said he invented bitcoin". A court has recognized a computer scientist who posed as Satoshi Nakamoto as a liar

The judge of the High Court of London ruled that computer scientist Craig Wright "repeatedly and at length" lied, claiming that he invented Bitcoin. Wright posed as "Satoshi Nakamoto" - a pseudonym used to denote the person or group of people who dev...

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Admit it, which one are you? The iPhone will have an emoji of a face with bags under the eyes

Seven new emojis have been created in Unicode, which will likely be seen on iPhones and other devices, probably at the end of 2024 or the beginning of 2025. The new symbols include a fingerprint, a shovel, a harp, a leafless tree, a beet, a puddle (...

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Trained on Xi Jinping's Ideas. China has launched a new chatbot - with artificial "communist" intelligence

The large language model was trained on the political philosophy of the Chinese leader known as "Xi Jinping's Ideas on Socialism," as well as other official literature provided by the Chinese Cyberspace Administration. "The expertise and authority ...

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Revenge for stealing an iPhone and setting fire to the wrong house - man pleads guilty to killing five people

On Friday, May 17, 20-year-old Kevin Bui pleaded guilty to the murder of a family of five over a stolen Apple iPhone. The horror is compounded by the fact that the young man confused houses and set fire to the wrong door, even though the crime was al...

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Smartphone-shaped glasses, micro-backpack and belt - HMD and designer Sinead Gori have created Phonecore fashion accessories

The company Human Mobile Devices (HMD) and designer Sinead Gorey from London Fashion Week have launched the Phonecore accessory collection to mark the start of sales of the original repairable smartphone HMD Pulse Pro. The Phonecore collection includ...

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