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Kevin Smith responds to Stan Lee’s ‘Captain Marvel’ cameo with sweet tribute

Kevin Smith has a great tribute planned for his late friend Stan Lee.

Kevin Smith has a great tribute planned for his late friend Stan Lee.Image: Tommaso Boddi/Getty Images for IMDb By Shannon Connellan2019-03-26 04:11:32 UTC Kevin Smith was “a blubbering mess” after seeing Stan Lee’s cameo in Captain Marvel, and he’s planning quite the multi-levelled tribute in return. The late Marvel legend’s cameo occurred in the film during a scene when Captain Marvel (a.k.a Carol Danvers) is searching for a Skrull among human passengers on a train. Lee sits in one of

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Talk Apple news with TechCrunch EIC Matthew Panzarino – TechCrunch

Talk Apple news with TechCrunch EIC Matthew Panzarino – TechCrunch

Apple rolled out major updates to main consumer services today, including a new Apple credit card, an ad-free TV subscription service, a paywalled version of News (that includes Extra Crunch), and a gaming platform upgrade. TechCrunch Editor-In-Chief Matthew Panzarino attended live to hear the latest, and I can tell you that he has already developed some strong opinions…. Tomorrow at 10:30 am PT, Extra Crunch members will get to hear first-hand from him about the ins and outs of the

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Apple announces Apple Card, a titanium credit card that aims to revolutionize payments

Apple announces Apple Card, a titanium credit card that aims to revolutionize payments

Apple today revealed it’s launching its own, “better” version of a credit card, called Apple Card. It’s designed to work with the iPhone, but is also a physical card made out of titanium, married with special Wallet-based rewards. Apple CEO Tim Cook thinks it could be the biggest revolution in credit cards “in 50 years.” The new Apple Card is essentially a credit card built within the iPhone, created in partnership with Goldman Sachs and Mastercard. It lives within the Apple

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Simple Experiments Show How Motion Is Equivalent to Heat

Simple Experiments Show How Motion Is Equivalent to Heat

Some of the most difficult (and most important) experiments in the history of physics had to do with making connections between different concepts. What about the connection between objects moving around (kinematics) and objects changing temperature (thermodynamics)? That was a tough one. It’s called the mechanical equivalent of heat and it was explored in 1868 by James Joule. The basic idea was to have a mass that moves down due to the gravitational force. This mass is attached to a

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Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air launch teased for tomorrow

Xiaomi Mi Notebook Air launch teased for tomorrow

 Xiaomi has teased its new Mi Notebook Air launch for tomorrow. The company will be unveiling the notebook in China on March 26. On its official Weibo handle, Xiaomi teased the weight of its upcoming Mi Notebook Air as 1.07 kg, which turns out to be lighter than the MacBook Air. Xiaomi launched the original Mi Notebook Air back in 2016. The device was set up as a direct rival to Apple’s MacBook Air, with its thinness and light weight,

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Cyber Hunter (Game) – Giant Bomb

Cyber Hunter (Game) - Giant Bomb

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Take Me Out To The (Digital) Ball Game

Take Me Out To The (Digital) Ball Game

Swing batter, batter, swing! You’re out! Other baseball sayings and references! The time has come for the newest entry in the popular MLB The Show franchise. I’m not a big baseball fan, but these games always look so good. If I liked baseball I would play them a lot! Do baseball video games still do Home Run Derby mini-games? I remember older games doing these types of mini-games and modes and I always enjoyed them. It reminds me of when

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In praise of the weeklong Instagram break

In praise of the weeklong Instagram break

Image: BOb Al-Greene / Mashable By Chloe Bryan2019-03-24 17:05:16 UTC Perhaps your phone has delivered your weekly Screen Time report and you know, in your heart, that it’s time to take a break from social media. This is good. A little break is nice every now and then. But you don’t need to embark on a full 30-day screen-free detox every time you overdo it on Twitter. Instead, consider a weeklong break. Yes, just seven days. Will it irrevocably change

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Hackers conquer Tesla’s in-car web browser and win a Model 3 – TechCrunch

Hackers conquer Tesla’s in-car web browser and win a Model 3 – TechCrunch

A pair of security researchers dominated Pwn2Own, the annual high-profile hacking contest, taking home $375,000 in prizes including a Tesla Model 3 — their reward for successfully exposing a vulnerability in the electric vehicle’s infotainment system. Tesla handed over its new Model 3 sedan to Pwn2Own this year, the first time a car has been included in the competition. Pwn2Own is in its 12th year and run by Trend Micro’s Zero Day Initiative. ZDI has awarded more than $4 million

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When to quit? An entrepreneur’s guide to pulling the plug

When to quit? An entrepreneur’s guide to pulling the plug

If you believe the pop-psych literature, perseverance is the most predictive characteristic of successful people. But isn’t knowing when to quit equally important for a satisfied and fulfilled life as an entrepreneur? The basic narrative is that anything worth doing will have major setbacks, and in the face of adversity what you must do is get up, dust yourself off, and try again. I am living proof of this axiom. Of my five to six startups (depends on how you

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