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Wikileaks founder Julian Assange makes his way into the Westminster Magistrates Court after being arrested this morning by Metropolitan Police, on behalf of US authorities, London on April 11, 2019. (Photo by Alberto Pezzali/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

Ecuador cancels Julian Assange's citizenship, making extradition more likely

The U.K. recently denied America's request to nab Assange but left open the possibility to appeal the decision.

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Melting gold vinyl record / 3D render of vinyl record melting

It's so scorching hot outside that vinyl LPs are warping in the mail

Extreme weather is a new norm to consider for shipping.

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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 12:  Kendall Jenner seen out shopping in Manhattan on December 12, 2019 in New York City.  (Photo by Robert Kamau/GC Images)

Kendall Jenner just made camo Crocs hot. Can the world handle it?

Camouflage plays into current workwear trends — but after the Trump era, does the print carry a more controversial stance?

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Jeff Bezos offers NASA a $2 billion not-bribe to kill its SpaceX deal

Blue Origin's open letter to the space agency offers it billions to reconsider its recent SpaceX partnership.

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Activist group lays body bags outside a Facebook office to protest misinfo

The Real Facebook Oversight Board also released a 'Quarterly Harms' report about the social network's ongoing misinformation problems.

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Krispy Kreme is making an Xbox-themed doughnut because, why not?

Mmm, marketing gimmicks.

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Amazon contradicts recent Bitcoin rumors, briefly sends price crashing

Lol sure thing, Bezos.

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Michael Jordan’s own Nike ‘Space Jam’ sneakers just sold for $176,000

The rare Air Jordan 11s were only made for him.

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Revel to further crowd Manhattan streets with new Tesla taxi service

The city's Taxi and Limousine Commission has finally given Revel the go-ahead. But do we really need more taxis in Manhattan?

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ShotSpotter sure sounds like it’s aiding cops by tampering with evidence

Another day, another damning report concerning police departments’ abuse of surveillance tech.

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A film studio is building a virtual set with Samsung's ‘The Wall’ displays

The 1000-inch, 16K video screens are replacing live action movie sets.

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Your landlord may have handed Amazon keys to your apartment building

And they may have received a $100 Amazon gift card for their trouble.

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