Lucy Flores: ‘This Isn’t The First Time’ Biden Acted Inappropriately With Women

The former Nevada lawmaker suggested the former vice president’s response to her allegations showed a lack of awareness.

Apple recruits Tesla's head of electric powertrains

Just because Apple scaled back its self-driving car team doesn’t mean it’s out of the game. If anything, it made a potentially significant hire. The company has hired Michael Schwekutsch, the Tesla VP overseeing electric powertrains, as a Senior Di…

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The New Trailer for Annabelle Comes Home Is an Object Lesson in Leaving the Door Locked

Sometimes, you really should just not go into the room.

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AT&T Claims Mobile 5G Network Hit 1 Gigabit Speeds

The 5G race is heating up at home and abroad. Verizon is due to launch its commercial mobile 5G network in less than two weeks and its rivals in the country are also expected to follow suit soon. AT&T, the second largest mobile carrier in the country, has said that its mobile 5G network has hit speeds of 1 gigabit per second in live conditions, that is to say this wasn’t a test in a lab with controlled conditions.

AT&T claims that it is the first carrier in the United States to reach mobile 5G speeds in excess of 1 gigabit per second. The company adds that this milestone was achieved on its live 5G network in multiple cities with a commercial device, the Netgear Nighthawk 5G Mobile Hotspot to be precise.

With this type of speed, it would be possible to download a 2 hour HD movie in just 20 seconds. AT&T says that it will continue to test and roll out the latest 5G technologies to customers on its network so that they can experience the “latest and greatest versions of 5G.”

South Korea will most likely get the title of being the first country in the world with commercial mobile 5G networks. After Verizon announced its April 11th date, South Korea is now pushing to achieve commerical launch of its mobile 5G networks in the first week of April.

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College Student Found Dead After Getting Into Car Mistaken For Uber, Police Say

Nathaniel Rowland, 24, is facing kidnapping and murder charges in the death of 21-year-old Samantha Josephson.

The Denise Infamously Dragged By Meghan McCain ‘Fired’ After Anti-Gay Rant

The Federalist and The Daily Wire dropped Denise McAllister after she attacked a gay journalist on Twitter.

Why Garfield phones have littered French beaches for 35 years

There’s no better symbol of plastic ocean pollution and ’80s consumerism gone wild than the Garfield phones of Brittany. The handsets, in the form of the aggressively unfunny cat, have been washing up on French beaches for decades. However, the novel…

Preorder The Sega Genesis Mini Now

If you are a fan of vintage game consoles, you likely already know that the SEGA Genesis Mini is coming soon. The revamped miniature version of the classic 16-bit console arrives on September 19, 2019. It will come with 40 games, and a save state function.

Judging by how previous mini consoles have sold, this one might not be available for long and will probably be hard to find. While there is still not a full list of games for the U.S. version, we know what some of those games are and the lineup is looking pretty damn good:

  • Altered Beast
  • Castlevania: Bloodlines
  • Comix Zone
  • Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine
  • Ecco the Dolphin
  • Gunstar Heroes
  • Shining Force
  • Sonic The Hedgehog
  • Space Harrier II
  • ToeJam & Earl

Hopefully, the rest of that game list lives up to this release. I’d be happy if they included that classic SEGA X-Man game, but that’s just me.

You can preorder the Genesis Mini right now from Walmart for $80. It comes with two bundled controllers. This will likely sell out fast, but you never know. Nintendo’s consoles were difficult to find, but Sony’s PlayStation Classic was a big flop. I wouldn’t take the gamble, and would order it right away if you want one.

If you’re a really hardcore Genesis fan, you should also check out the high-end Analogue Mega Sg, a $189 FPGA-based console which is already getting rave reviews for its quality, and its ability to play over 2,000 original Genesis, Mega Drive, and Master System cartridges on modern displays via HDMI.

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Apple Card will make you spend even more money

Apple’s event on Monday signaled a new strategy: in addition to tech and products, its new baby would be services. Movie streaming, publications, and perhaps most curiously, banking. It’s called Apple Card, a new credit card linked to Apple Pay that’s built into the Wallet app. The card isn’t just digital either. Members get a sleek titanium credit card issued … Continue reading