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Hands-on with the Samsung Galaxy Fold: more than just a concept

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-O39FAQapSA Two months after an announcement where Samsung talked about the Galaxy Fold but didn’t allow anybody to actually touch it, we finally got our hands on it today. The $1,980 device begins shipping on April 26th, but it will likely be in very limited quantities. Here’s the TL;DR most of you are waiting

New Theories about Game of Thrones Season 8 From Episode 2

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qfN_h0tCZDY The first episode of Game of Thrones Season 8 was load-bearing, and a bit rushed. How could it be any other way? We are racing towards a conclusion, and now, there are only five episodes left until we reach it. It's why the episode's opening half was heavy on reunions. The main characters,

Mozilla releases Firefox beta for Windows 10 ARM laptops

Mozilla is releasing an ARM version of its Firefox browser today for Windows 10. While Microsoft and Google have been working together on Chromium browsers for Windows on ARM, Mozilla has been developing its own ARM64-native build of Firefox for Snapdragon-powered Windows laptops. We got an early look at this version of Firefox late last year, and it seemed

NBA play-offs: All you need to know about the first-round match-ups

The Golden State Warriors are the two-time defending champions The 2019 NBA play-offs start on Saturday in what is set to be the most wide-open post-season in years. After a run of four straight finals between the Golden State Warriors and the Cleveland Cavaliers, a fifth meeting is already off the table after the Cavs

A history of happiness explains why capitalism makes us feel empty inside

What is happiness? It’s a very old question. And no one really knows the answer, although theories abound. Aristotle was one of the first to offer what you might call a philosophy of happiness. For him, happiness consisted of being a good person, of living virtuously and not being a slave to one’s lowest impulses.

Jenny Saville Takes Title of Most Expensive Living Female Artist

Last week, Jenny Saville’s 1992 painting “Propped” sold for a grand total of $12.4 million, propelling the English artist to become the most expensive living female artist. As Anny Shaw at the Art Newspaper reports, eight bidders sought to purchase the fleshy seated nude self-portrait, which is overlaid in mirror script with a translated quote from French feminist

Facebook Messenger could be returning to the main Facebook app

Facebook might be putting Messenger’s chats back into its main social media app. The feature is currently in testing and was spotted by app researcher Jane Manchun Wong, and would mean that you could use a single app to access both the social media platform and elements of the messaging service. The change uses the existing

15 Minute Cardio Home Workout

Written by Healthoria.com – You don’t need a gym, or expensive cardio equipment, to get a good calorie burn. All you really need is a good pair of shoes, a few feet of clear space, and a water bottle. Whether your fitness goal is to get back into shape, or improve muscle tone, this cardio home

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what is bitcoin

About the Author ( Understanding Bitcoin ) Understanding Bitcoin Pedro Franco was born in Astorga, Leon (Spain). He holds a MSc in Electrical Engi- neering from ICAI, a BSc in Economics, and an MBA from INSEAD. Pedro has been a consultant with McKinsey and Boston Consulting Group and a researcher with IIT prior to gaining more than 10 years

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The UK is attempting a radical redesign of the internet

The Interface is a daily column about the intersection of social media and democracy. Subscribe to the newsletter here. Last month, with the passage of the Copyright Directive, I wrote here that Europe was splitting the internet into three. On Sunday, that process took another big step forward. Colin Lecher explains in The Verge: In a detailed proposal released today, the

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