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Travis Scott Releases Limited Edition Reese’s Puffs Cereal

Jesse Jackson Endorses Blockchain Technology: It’s Bigger Than Hip Hop

Microsoft Will Spend $100 Million on Kenya, Nigeria Tech Development Hub

Microsoft Corp will invest $100 million to open an Africa technology development center with sites in Kenya and Nigeria over the next five years, the company said on Tuesday. Global tech giants, including Alphabet Inc and Facebook, have been increasing investment on the continent in recent years to take advantage of growing economies with rising access rates to the internet...

This Mosque Once Targeted Just Install Cameras with Gun Detection AI

The Al-Noor Masjid in Christchurch, New Zealand, will soon install an active shooter detection platform, which involves security cameras that use artificial intelligence to detect whether a person is armed. The new equipment is part of a larger effort called the Keep Mosques Safe initiative, which has followed the deadly Christchurch mosque shootings earlier this year that left 51...
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Should XXL’s 2019 Freshman Class Be All Female?

Every year XXL magazine stirs up a fiery debate when they drop their annual freshman cover to the Hip Hop masses. J. Cole, Lil Uzi Vert, Chance The Rapper, Mac Miller and Travis Scott are just few of the artists previously featured on the list that went on to have huge careers but the road to finding the next...
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Facebook ‘Unintentionally’ Uploaded Email IDs of 1.5 Million Users

Facebook has been hit by a number of privacy-related issues, including a glitch that exposed passwords of millions of users stored in readable format within its internal systems to its employees. Facebook Inc said on Wednesday it may have unintentionally uploaded email contacts of 1.5 million new users on the social media site since May 2016. The contacts were not shared...
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‘Phone Addicts’ Are the New Drunk Drivers, Report Says

An analysis of driver behavior data found that drivers are growing more distracted by their devices. Drivers are 10 percent more distracted now than last year, a problem driven largely by smartphones, according to new research from Zendrive, a company that collects and analyzes data on driver behaviors. “Out from under the shadows, phone addicts have positioned themselves as public enemy number one, replacing drunk...
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Nipsey Hussle Will Be Honored Today At ‘Celebration Of Life’ Memorial The outpouring of love and support for Nipsey Hussle and his family continues to grow as the world mourns his death and celebrate his legacy. It’s only been a week since the tragic shooting and as his family, peers and fans reflect on his untimely passing, there has been surge in recognizing the impact the Victory Lap rapper made...
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The Marathon Continues: Remembering Nipsey Hussle’s Legacy

The energy of the internet has had a collective shift over the past couple of days due to the passing of Nipsey Hussle. A leader in the West Coast rap scene, Hussle was an artist with the mentality of a businessman. With a career that spans 14 years he told his story through his music and the elevation of...
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Yee Nah: Billboard Blocks Lil Nas X’s Potential #1 “Old Town Road” From Country Charts

The art of a good song has brought people of different backgrounds together for decades. If an artist can deliver timeless lyrics over irresistible production, their music has the potential to be globally praised and over time be deemed a ‘classic’ that will live on for many generations to enjoy. Whether it be through a commercial spot for Target...
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A Nintendo Gaming Phone Is Potentially In The Works

Nintendo is arguably the reigning champ in handled gaming. From the original Gameboy that released alongside the classic puzzle game Tetris in 1989 to the Nintendo Switch that is currently dominating the handheld market, the gaming giant has cemented it’s legacy with each release. With Nintendo's current handheld surpassing 32 million units sold since it's 2017 release, there’s only...
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Are You Ready For Brakeless Electric Cars On The Road?

While flying cars and air taxis are still a couple years in development, the interest for electric and robotic cars continue to grow as consumers aim to have vehicles as smart as the phones in their pockets. Keyless entry, Back-up cameras and Wi-Fi hotspots seem mandatory when it comes to the latest vehicles on the market but Tesla and...