Month: September 2020

SAN FRANCISCO – Swarm Technologies, a Silicon Valley startup seeking to connect sensors in a low-cost, global internet-of-things (IoT) network, announced prices for its satellite communications products Sept. 29, including data services starting at $5 per device per month.. Swarm launched its first 12 operational Spacebee satellites in early September aboard an Arianespace Vega rocket.
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(Photo: Pokemon) Pokemon Sword and Shield has revealed the first look at the Galarian Slowking, one of the brand new Pokemon appearing in the upcoming Crown Tundra expansion. The Pokemon made a brief appearance in the new trailer for the Crown Tundra expansion, which will be released on October 22nd. The Pokemon’s Cloyster crown extends
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HNN Presents: Psycho Therapy & Keeping Rosy Available on DVD, October 20, 2020 from Bayview Entertainment ‘HNN Presents’ have two new releases, Psycho Therapy and Keeping Rosy, coming to DVD on October 20th, 2020, just in time for Halloween, courtesy of Bayview Entertainment. Psycho TherapyA therapist under tremendous pressure snaps and takes her vengeance out
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WASHINGTON — NASA says they are still not sure of the source of a small air leak on the International Space Station after the crew spent a second weekend confined to a single module there. The Expedition 63 crew of NASA astronaut Chris Cassidy and Roscosmos cosmonauts Anatoly Ivanishin and Ivan Vagner remained inside the
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This week on Big Brother 22: All-Stars, the houseguests will play the traditional OTEV competition for the Power of Veto. For beginners, it should be noted that OTEV is “VETO” spelled backwards. This longstanding POV competition was introduced on Big Brother 7, which is otherwise known as the first All-Stars season of the series. Janelle Pierzina was the first-ever houseguest to win the
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Big Bang Theory star Jim Parsons reveals that he had COVID-19. The actor revealed that he and his husband Todd Spiewak had contracted the disease early in the pandemic during a recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Parsons explained that it wasn’t something that he’d really spoken about previously, but that he
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Omar Apollo has shared a new song called “Dos Uno Nueve,” and ode to his hometown 219 area code in Indiana. Check out the modern-day Mexican corrido below.  “Dos Uno Nueve” is the fourth song Omar Apollo has released this year, following “Kamikaze,” “Stayback,” and “Imagine U.” He released his debut Stereo EP in 2018. 
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Refresh for updates, analysis and chart: The depressed state of the box office continued into its fourth weekend since the big three exhibitors reopened with Warner Bros.’ Tenet still No. 1 with $3.4M, -26%. To date, the Christopher Nolan time-twisting noir has collected $41.2M at 2,850 locations in a domestic market that’s 75% opened with
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Play video content @tylerposey58 / Instagram Another major celeb has infiltrated the gates of OnlyFans — this time it’s a dude … one who’s sure to make paying customers drool and howl in delight. Tyler Posey of MTV’s “Teen Wolf” has joined the subscription-based, typically NSFW social platform — but it looks like he’ll be
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Howard Bloom, founder and chair of the Space Development Steering Committee, urges Democrats and Republicans to realize that there is a solution to man-made climate change.  It’s called space solar power. Harvesting solar power in space and transmitting it to earth using harmless electromagnetic waves like the ones your phone uses, that’s space solar power.  We’ve been
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1. Adaptation (2002) I’ll tell you, Charlie Kaufman and Spike Jonze make a really great team. In Charlie Kaufman’s best film, Nicolas Cage plays Charlie Kaufman and Charlie Kaufman’s fictional brother, Donald. Charlie Kaufman is adapting the real book, The Orchid Thief, but has severe writer’s block, while his brother, Donald, is a budding screenwriter
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Teenage Cancer Trust’s annual concert series has announced a streaming program featuring unseen live footage from the Cure, Pulp, Paul McCartney, and more, after this year’s concerts were shelved due to pandemic restrictions. Starting next week, gigs from a slate of artists—also including  the Who, Muse, Ed Sheeran, Noel Gallagher, Them Crooked Vultures, and more—will
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