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Neil Young’s high-quality streaming music service will be called Xstream

0SHARESShare Neil Young’s high-fidelity audio project Pono is undergoing a new change. In a post to Pono’s Community site , the singer informed users that after the company shut down its music store last summer, it will become a high-quality streaming audio service. The new service will be called Xstream, and comes after Pono has struggled to relaunch its music ...

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Neil Young’s high-quality streaming music service will be called Xstream

0SHARESShare Neil Young’s high-fidelity audio project Pono is undergoing a new change. In a post to Pono’s Community site , the singer informed users that after the company shut down its music store last summer, it will become a high-quality streaming audio service. The new service will be called Xstream, and comes after Pono has struggled to relaunch its music ...

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These are some of the cutest cases for your Samsung Galaxy S8

0SHARESShare The new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are gorgeous phones, so it’s a shame that you’re probably going to want to use a case to keep your expensive device intact. Imagine that massive display with a crack, though. I scoured the internet today in an effort to find the cutest cases for the Samsung S8 because while you ...

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These are some of the cutest cases for your Samsung Galaxy S8

0SHARESShare The new Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus are gorgeous phones, so it’s a shame that you’re probably going to want to use a case to keep your expensive device intact. Imagine that massive display with a crack, though. I scoured the internet today in an effort to find the cutest cases for the Samsung S8 because while you ...

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There’s an anti-dog label inside the Galaxy S8 — here’s what it means

0SHARESShare Now that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is starting to arrive in customers’ hands, we’re also starting to see tons of durability tests and teardown videos on YouTube. Some viewers might notice from a few videos that there is a peculiar icon on the Galaxy S8 battery that depicts a dog with a bar across it . So what’s up ...

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There’s an anti-dog label inside the Galaxy S8 — here’s what it means

0SHARESShare Now that the Samsung Galaxy S8 is starting to arrive in customers’ hands, we’re also starting to see tons of durability tests and teardown videos on YouTube. Some viewers might notice from a few videos that there is a peculiar icon on the Galaxy S8 battery that depicts a dog with a bar across it . So what’s up ...

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Deadpool 2 will hit theaters in June 2018

0SHARESShare Deadpool 2 will officially be a summer blockbuster. The Hollywood Reporter reports that 20th Century Fox has scheduled the David Leitch film for June 1st, 2018. It’s also announced release dates for two other X-Men universe films: New Mutants will hit theaters on April 13th, while X-Men: Dark Phoenix is slated for November 2nd. While Fox was one of ...

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Deadpool 2 will hit theaters in June 2018

0SHARESShare Deadpool 2 will officially be a summer blockbuster. The Hollywood Reporter reports that 20th Century Fox has scheduled the David Leitch film for June 1st, 2018. It’s also announced release dates for two other X-Men universe films: New Mutants will hit theaters on April 13th, while X-Men: Dark Phoenix is slated for November 2nd. While Fox was one of ...

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Scientists and their supporters march in favor of actual facts in D.C.

0SHARESShare Just inside the entrance to the Washington Monument, a handful of people hold black and white signs bearing the words ADA assistance. As one one man walks by, he briefly pauses to consider their message. “Americans with Disabilities Act, or Ada Lovelace?” he says. “She was a great mathematician.” It’s just shy of 9AM in Washington D.C., where thousands ...

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Scientists and their supporters march in favor of actual facts in D.C.

0SHARESShare Just inside the entrance to the Washington Monument, a handful of people hold black and white signs bearing the words ADA assistance. As one one man walks by, he briefly pauses to consider their message. “Americans with Disabilities Act, or Ada Lovelace?” he says. “She was a great mathematician.” It’s just shy of 9AM in Washington D.C., where thousands ...

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