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Nike Finishes Final Episode Of “Out Of Nowhere” Series With Isaiah Thomas

Isaiah Thomas is currently competing in the NBA Playoffs against the Chicago Bulls in the first round. He is grieving the loss of his younger sister, Chyna which has took a huge toll on his performance and mental state. The Celtics and Thomas have came out every night to dedicate each performance to his sister. […] … Read More Nike Finishes Final Episode Of “Out Of Nowhere” Series With Isaiah Thomas

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The Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” Rumored To Re-Release For All-Star Weekend 2018

It seems like the Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” is one of the most talked about sneakers to make a return almost every season. We have no official information that hints another release except the fact that rumors are making waves that the shoe will return for All Star Weekend 2018. The most recent image […] … Read More The Air Jordan 3 “Black Cement” Rumored To Re-Release For All-Star Weekend 2018

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First Americans claim sparks controversy – BBC News


BBC News

First Americans claim sparks controversy
BBC News
A study that claims humans reached the Americas 130,000 years ago – much earlier than has previously been suggested – has run into controversy. Humans are thought to have arrived in the New World no earlier than 25,000 years ago, so the find would …
Archaeology shocker: Study claims humans reached the Americas 130000 years agoChicago Tribune


Don't Believe The Big Story About Humans Roaming America 130000 Years AgoBuzzFeed News
130000-year-old mastodon bones could rewrite story of how humans first appeared in the AmericasLos Angeles Times
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Comcast and other ISPs celebrate imminent death of net neutrality rules – Ars Technica


Los Angeles Times

Comcast and other ISPs celebrate imminent death of net neutrality rules
Ars Technica
The nation's biggest home Internet and mobile broadband providers say they're big fans of net neutrality—but they're also really glad that the Federal Communications Commission is preparing to dismantle its net neutrality rules. "We continue to
FCC chairman begins assault on net neutrality rulesCNET


Chairman Pai's net neutrality plan: Repeal and maybe replaceLos Angeles Times
The fight for net neutrality is officially back onThe Verge
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DMX Cancels Concerts Due To Medical Emergency

DMX has cancelled a number of scheduled performances in California. According to a report from TMZ, the rapper’s show in Santa Ana was canceled due to a “medical emergency.” Additionally, the Los Angeles and San Diego dates have been postponed, reportedly due to the same medical issue. Though no one knows what the “medical emergency” is, […] … Read More DMX Cancels Concerts Due To Medical Emergency

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Spotify Acquires Blockchain Innovators Mediachain Labs

In what appears to be an acquire-hire, the team from blockchain startup Mediachain will be joining Spotify in New York City to help the music streamer create “a more fair, transparent and rewarding music industry for creators and rights owners.” ___________________________________________ Details of Spotify’s acquisition of Mediachain Labs were not… … Read More Spotify Acquires Blockchain Innovators Mediachain Labs