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PayPal blocked the earnings of a sex blogger who made $90,000 selling her bath water

The author of adult content Belle Delphine boasted in X that she had earned almost a hundred thousand dollars selling water from her bath—however, in her recent posts, she complained that PayPal had blocked her account without warning, so she didn't ...

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Spam, junk... and slop? Zoomers have coined a new word for "AI garbage" on the Internet

The literal translation of the word "slop" is garbage, and that's how they suggest calling the invasion of unwanted works of artificial intelligence on the Internet. Slop mainly functions to create the visibility of content, generate advertising rev...

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"Lord of the Rings": LEGO unveiled its Barad-dûr with Eye and Orcs with 5,471 parts for $460

If the fame of the dark lord Sauron from the novel "The Lord of the Rings" doesn't let you rest, LEGO allows you to build your own Barad-dur tower with all the details for just $460. The specified details from the Barad-dûr set contain 5471 pieces. T...

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Samsung has mocked Apple by releasing an "anti-destructive" Galaxy TabS9 ad

During the advertising campaign for the new iPad Pro tablets, Apple "missed the mark" with the release of the "Crush!" video, in which a hydraulic press destroyed many creative items. The video outraged the community, and the company had to apologize...

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"Cringe-inducing": Ilon Musk reacted to the launch of OpenAI's GPT-4o

Elon Musk is not impressed by the AI language model GPT-4o presented by OpenAI. The billionaire criticized the demonstration of the company's new artificial intelligence model named GPT-4o, which he believes is "cringeworthy." OpenAI presented the ne...

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OnlyFans model showed off her "charms" through the New York-Dublin interactive "Portal" - project had to be put on hold

Last week, a virtual bridge called The Portal was launched between New York and Dublin. This is an interactive art installation that allows real-time demonstration of images of cities located nearly 5000 km apart. Portals have large round screens and...

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"Don't be a nun - don't turn down dates". Dating service Bumble ran an "anti-celebrity" ad and is now apologizing for it

In late April, the dating app Bumble launched a marketing campaign that criticized "celibacy" along with a rebranding and app updates. The ads specifically used slogans like "A vow of celibacy is not the answer" and "Don't refuse dates, don't be a n...

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Windows95man's Eurovision performance reminded of Bill Gates' "rousing" dance from 30 years ago (video)

Finland's outrageous performance at Eurovision-2024 was memorable not only for the bright costumes of the participants (one of them hardly had any), but also for the fiery movements that somewhat reminded us of the dances of Steve Ballmer and Bill Ga...

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Without VPN and government authorization: banned WhatsApp suddenly works in China

WhatsApp has strangely been working on some devices in China for two weeks, despite the long-standing government ban on messaging services. The government's initiative is part of a broad blockage of foreign internet platforms (including Signal and In...

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Fake Monet for $600,000. Artificial intelligence identified 40 fake paintings on eBay

Researchers used AI to analyze images of paintings sold on eBay and found almost 40 fakes. Among them are counterfeit "Monet" and "Renoir", which were trying to be auctioned for between $150,000 and $600,000. "At the beginning, we analyzed several im...

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Indians who paid $1,000 each to pre-order a Tesla in 2016 didn't get the car - but it's not easy to get their money back, either

In April 2016, Tesla opened a pre-booking website in India, but has not been selling electric vehicles in the country yet, which is the world's third largest car market. One of the first to pay for the car reservation was Vishal Gondal, the CEO of th...

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North Yorkshire authorities will ban apostrophes on road signs to avoid confusion in computer systems

Local authorities in the British region of North Yorkshire have announced a ban on the use of apostrophes on street signs due to digital databases and potential search problems. In the English language, an apostrophe before "s" indicates possession, ...

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Musk advised Joanne Rowling to post "interesting and positive" content on X/Twitter instead of posts about transgenderism

Both a billionaire and a writer have often been criticized for their views and statements on transgender issues. In the comments to one of J.K. Rowling's posts, Elon Musk advised the author of "Harry Potter" to publish more "interesting and positive ...

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Bitcoin trader lost $70 million after sending cryptocurrency to the wrong address

The discussion is about a popular scam type with "address poisoning" - when scammers create fake accounts with a fake cryptographic address that contains similar first and last characters to a real one. One of such cases was recently discovered by t...

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British police posted a bizarre generated sketch of a suspect on X Twitter - users picked up candidates

In the town of Tunbridge Wells near London, a burglar broke into the home of a 90-year-old resident. In order to find him, the Kent County Police released a computer-generated photofit image of the suspect. However, it seems that finding someone base...

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