Nike is Dropping Limited-Edition Chicago Bulls Jerseys Commemorating ‘The Last Dance’ of Michael Jordan

For many sports fans, June 14, 1998 — the last time Michael Jordan went hard in the paint as a player for the Chicago Bulls — is a date that won’t soon be forgotten. Thankfully, Nike is making sure of that with some seriously dope basketball memorabilia arriving later this month. Releasing as a tie-in […]

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J. Cole Talks Career, Addictions and Kanye West with Angie Martinez

Almost as anticipated as album releases these days are the supporting sit-down interviews that give insight into the artist’s creative process and recent life happenings. The latest to take us into his mind is J.Cole who coincidentally was in Miami for Rolling Loud at the same time as his journalist of choice, Angie Martinez. Sitting […]

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US Senate votes to preserve net neutrality, but effort faces overwhelming odds – AppleInsider


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US Senate votes to preserve net neutrality, but effort faces overwhelming odds
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U.S. Senate Democrats were handed a major victory on Wednesday when the body voted 52 to 47 in favor of undoing the Federal Communications Commission's "Restoring Internet Freedom" order, which ended Obama-era net neutrality protections.
Senate Votes to Restore Net NeutralityIGN Africa



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Intel’s first Cannon Lake 10nm processor revealed – SlashGear


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Intel's first Cannon Lake 10nm processor revealed
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Intel has finally begun shipping a 10nm processor, though this first Cannon Lake Core i3 is a tidbit ahead of what will be the main event next year. The chip-maker has been struggling to meet its own 10nm manufacturing promises, discovering that …
Intel's First 10nm Cannon Lake CPU ConfirmedForbes



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Satellite study finds major shifts in global freshwater – Phys.Org


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Satellite study finds major shifts in global freshwater
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A new global, satellite-based study of Earth's freshwater distribution found that Earth's wet areas are getting wetter, while dry areas are getting drier. The data suggest that this pattern is due to a variety of factors, including human water
Humans are causing massive changes in the location of water around the world, NASA saysWashington Post


NASA Satellites Observe Drastic Shifts In Global WaterValueWalk
NASA Television Updates Coverage of Earth-Observing Satellite Duo LaunchPR Newswire (press release)

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