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Cartoon Network’s ‘OK K.O.!’ is a unique TV/video game collaboration

Image: Cartoon network OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes is a TV show that isn't out yet. It has a parallel universe in the form of a video game called OK K.O.! Let's Play Heroes, which also isn't out yet....

Future Family wants to give women a more affordable option in fertility treatments

In 2016, the scales tipped toward more moms having kids in their 30’s than in their 20’s for the first time. However, those closer to 40 than 30 face higher risks than their younger counterparts. Add to that one...

Spaced-out cover of Love and Rockets’ “Holiday on the Moon” by Darwin Meiners

This year David J, legendary member of Bauhaus and Love and Rockets and solo artist, turned 60 years old. To celebrate, David's friend/manager/collaborator Darwin Meiners, a talented musician in his own right, asked many of David's musician friends to...

‘Star Wars Battlefront II’ makes being the bad guy feel normal

When Disney gave Electronic Arts the exclusive gaming rights to Star Wars, the company took the brand almost literally. EA's first take on the Battlefront franchise was little more than a war among the stars -- filled with the...

Matt Furie celebrated yesterday’s Free Comic Book Day by killing off Pepe the Frog

Spare a thought for poor Matt Furie, a wonderful indie comics creator whose Boys' Club comics featured a lovable frog called Pepe that was adopted by the neofascist movement (the so-called "alt-right") as a symbol for racism, xenophobia, homophobia,...

A cool new Facebook bot is offering sex therapy

Are bots the new therapy couches? Facebook can do a lot of things, but can it also fix your sex life? That's the goal of Lovely Bot, new Facebook chatbot that engages you in a kind of sex therapy...

Cold War-era nuclear tests actually changed the space environment around our planet

We're in a bubble! Humans change every environment we inhabit on Earth, building cities, clearing forests, growing crops, and living in even the most remote parts of our world. But now we have evidence that we also affect the...

A federal appeals court shoots down the FAA’s drone registry requirement

The FAA’s drone database hit a major snag this week, courtesy of a U.S. Court of Appeals ruling. The D.C.-based court sided with drone hobbyist John Taylor, who argued that the Federal Aviation Administration doesn’t have jurisdiction over what...

ATAP goes AWOL at Google I/O

For the last few years, Google’s skunkworks ATAP unit always held its own keynote at I/O, Google’s flagship developer conference. Often, this was where Google would show off its most experimental and interesting projects — and sometimes, this ATAP...

No, YouTube’s mobile live streaming is not yet open to all – but it’s...

YouTube appears to be further opening up mobile live streaming by dropping requirements on subscriber counts in order to gain access to the feature, according to reports out today. Google, however, has disputed claims saying the new functionality is...

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"I panicked!" - the British cyber-security expert who defeated a recent global cyber-attack which hit the NHS reveals he briefly thought that he had helped the malware to spread.

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