Best iPhone 2020: which Apple phone is the top choice for you?
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Trump Kisses QAnon Right on Its Big Wet Mouth
Donald Trump went there on Wednesday morning and endorsed a crank conspiracy theorist who recently won the GOP primaries for Georgiaâs 14th Congressional District, calling her a âfuture Republican Starâ and a âa real WINNER!âContinue reading
AI-driven Cacophonic Choir amplifies voices of sexual assault survivors
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AMD patents hybrid x86 technology: low-power cores set to return
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YouTube will let Steven Crowder run ads after year-long suspension for harassment
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YouTube is allowing conservative pundit Steven Crowder to monetize his YouTube channel again, more than one year after Crowder was following from another creator.
âCreators who are suspended from [YouTubeâs Partner Program] can reapply for access, and after careful consideration, we will be reinstating him into the program today,â a YouTube spokesperson told The Verge. âIf there are further violations on this channel we will take appropriate action.â
Crowder lost his monetization privileges (which include the ability to run ads) after former Vox.com host and
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Crunchyroll Might Get Sold to Sony—Wait, What?
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One of China's biggest TV makers is now selling 4K TVs for $249 in the US
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Avatar: The Last Airbender creators quit Netflix live-action adaptation over creative differences
Avatar: The Last Airbender creators Michael Dante DiMartino and Bryan Konietzko are no longer working on the live-action series adaptation set for Netflix.
The creators announced their departure on Wednesday, sparking concern among fans. DiMartinoâs only confirmed those concerns, as the writer and executive producer noted that âwhatever version ends up on-screen, it will not be what Bryan and I had envisioned or intended to make.â Both DiMartino and Konietzko cited creative differences with Netflix over the direction of the project. The news may have come as a shock to Avatar fans, considering that when Netflix , both DiMartino and Konietzkoâs involvement was heavily promoted.
Over 500,000 people watched Shroud’s return to Twitch
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Michael âShroudâ Grzesiek, one of the most popular live streamers in the world, following Microsoftâs decision to , attracting nearly 500,000 active viewers in his comeback stream before it even officially started. Many of those viewers showed up only to find a âstarting soonâ message, before Shroud turned his camera on at roughly 2:50PM ET. Twitch users continued to pour in, and Shroud surpassed half a million active viewers just a few minutes past the hour.
Shroud says his lateness was due to technical difficulties, a common culprit he cites when showing up late to scheduled streams that has become a bit of an inside joke among his legion of fans. But he did say the...