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A journalist has been murdered. The U.S. knew before. And after. And is doing nothing about it.

Evidence is growing that the United States knew about the threat to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi before he disappeared. Knew about his death and dismemberment almost immediately after he was murdered by Saudi Arabian intelligence. And that Donald Trump

NASA Mars Curiosity rover saw a weird light, but don't freak out - CNET

The rover has seen a mysterious light like this before.

Spider Man: Far From Home posters have Samuel L. Jackson unleashing Fury - CNET

The actor points out Sony has no idea which eye Nick Fury lost.

Get these great Kindle ebooks for $4 or less (updated) - CNET

Get top-notch books from Walter Mosley, Daniel Silva, Stephen Ambrose and more.

Alphabet's Sidewalk Labs details plans for Toronto smart city project - CNET

The initiative by Google's sibling company has drawn scrutiny from privacy advocates.

Chasing the Google Nest Hub: The best smart displays of 2019 - CNET

We round up the options from Amazon, Google and Facebook so you can pick the right one for your needs.

What startup names are most effective?

Entrepreneurs take a long journey when naming their brainchild, comparable to a parent naming their own flesh and blood. There are many reasons behind naming...

Apple just released the first iOS and iPadOS 13 beta to everyone

This is your opportunity to get a glimpse of the future of iOS — and iPadOS. Apple just released the first public beta of iOS 13 and iPadOS 13, the next major version of the operating systems for the iPhone and iPad. Unlike developer betas, everyone can do

iOS 13 brings many much needed quality-of-life improvements

In developer lingo, quality-of-life updates are all about refining things that already work. Thanks to these incremental improvements, it should make the end user experience much more enjoyable. And with iOS 13, it feels like Apple’s main focus is on this c

Blues' Thomas undergoes wrist surgery, will be evaluated before camp

St. Louis Blues rookie forward Robert Thomas tore a tendon in his left wrist in Game 6 of the Western Conference Final against the San Jose Sharks.

2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup™: United States’ Megan Rapinoe buries 2nd penalty for a 2-1 win vs. Spain | HIGHLIGHTS

The US goes back in front! After a nervy second half in a 1-1 tie with Spain, Rapinoe stepped up to the penalty spot and buried her second goal of the United States' knockout stage match at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup™.

Messi takes a shot at 'very bad' Copa America fields

Coaches and players including Lionel Messi are unhappy with the condition of soccer fields at four of the six Brazilian stadiums hosting Copa America games

'Jeopardy!' champ playing in World Series of Poker events

'Jeopardy!' champ playing in World Series of Poker events

Dutch Olympic champion completes 195-kilometer charity swim

Dutch Olympic champion completes 195-kilometer charity swim

Border officials had to be forced into hospitalizing four toddlers that were dying on their watch

Attorneys made Border Patrol officials hospitalize four severely sick migrant toddlers—including a “completely unresponsive” girl who was so sick that her “eyes were rolled back in her head”—following a recent inspection of a detention facility

Expensive valuations of IndiaMART IPO may disappoint investors

While long-term opportunity appears robust, high valuations mean little near term gains: Analysts

Mac OS Catalina available for public beta testing, iOS 13, iPad OS coming soon - CNET

But beware -- they aren't the finished versions that will launch in the fall.

iOS 13: New features let you install, manage and download fonts from the App Store - CNET

iOS 13 public beta brings something exciting to the table -- new font capabilities.

iPadOS public beta hands-on: The beginning of a transformation - CNET

These are the most interesting aspects of Apple's iPad software work-in-progress.

iOS 13 public beta: The best things to try - CNET

A grab bag of new stuff beyond Dark Mode (and also, Dark Mode).

5 reasons you should not install the iPadOS or iOS 13 beta yet - CNET

Your desire for dark mode could lead to dark times for you and your iPhone. Here's why its usually better to wait for the final version of new operating systems.

How This Gut Bacteria May Give Elite Athletes an Edge

Elite athletes not only have stronger hearts and fitter muscles than the average Joe, but they also sport special gut bacteria that may actually boost their performance.

Welspun Corp to buy back 2.88 cr shares for Rs 390 cr

The company will buy back up to 28,888,888 equity shares. The committee has fixed July 5 as the #39;record date#39; to determine the company#39;s equity shareholders who would be eligible to participate in the buyback, it added.

Market, operators not ready for 5G rollout: Report

The higher land cost and right of way approvals make fiberisation cost as high as Rs 1 crore per km in metros, it said, adding the telcos will restrict 5G to metro areas initially where there is a high appetite for data consumption.

Rising inequality is a concern: Former PM Manmohan Singh

Speaking at the release of a social development report titled #39;Rising Inequalities in India, 2018#39;, Singh said some regions and social groups were extremely poor and vulnerable despite various anti-poverty programmes and affirmative policies being follo

Andhra Bank board approves raising Rs 2,000 cr equity capital

The board of directors of the bank at its meeting held on June 24, 2019, approved the proposal to raise the equity capital amounting to Rs 2,000 crore.

BNP Paribas Cardif to sell 2.5% stake in SBI Life for Rs 1,625 cr

The two-day OFS, for which the floor price has been fixed at Rs 650 per share, will open on June 25, SBI Life Insurance Company said in a BSE filing June 24.

Where is the national media coverage? A woman made a credible accusation Donald Trump raped her

It’s been three days since journalist and advice columnist E. Jean Carroll published an account alleging Donald Trump raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the mid-1990s, and it still hasn’t been front-page news in the nation’s largest new

Only 24 hours left to apply to Startup Battlefield at Disrupt SF 2019

Early-stage startup founders it’s now or never, it’s do-or-die, it’s [insert your preferred time-crunch cliché here. The application deadline for the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt San Francisco 2019 expires in just 24 hours. If you’re ready to go

Raspberry Pi 4 Is the Most Powerful Yet and It’s Still Just $35

Seven years ago the first Raspberry Pi was revealed and it was an instant smash hit. The capable little dev board has gotten better with every update, and the brand-new Raspberry Pi 4 […] The post Raspberry Pi 4 Is the Most Powerful Yet and It’s S

‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Kharacter Guide: Shang Tsung

There have been eleven main Mortal Kombat games. Can you believe it? The 90s were that long ago. Since then the fighting game has become a gory institution as colorful ninjas and sorcerers […] The post ‘Mortal Kombat 11’ Kharacter Guide: Sha

Robert Downey Jr. Sends Special Message to NC Shark Attack Survivor

Robert Downey Jr., the star who played Iron Man in Avengers: Endgame, sent a special message to Paige Winter, a 17-year-old who recently lost her leg during a shark attack incident in North […] The post Robert Downey Jr. Sends Special Message to NC Shar

Samuel L. Jackson Calls Out ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Poster Error

Samuel L. Jackson is not happy with a major error he spotted in a new Spider-Man: Far From Home poster. On Sunday, Jackson posted a picture of a Spider-Man: Far From Home advertisement that […] The post Samuel L. Jackson Calls Out ‘Spider-Man: Fa

Hands-On: ‘Monster Hunter World: Iceborne’ Beta Left Us Hungry for More

Monster Hunter World is getting a huge expansion on September 6 in the form of Monster Hunter World: Iceborne. This DLC will contain a snow-covered region filled with new and returning beasts. The […] The post Hands-On: ‘Monster Hunter World: Iceb

Helping the body's ability to grow bone

For the first time, scientists have been able to study how well synthetic bone grafts stand up to the rigors and 'strains' of life, and how quickly they help bone re-grow and repair.

How to bend waves to arrive at the right place

Under certain circumstances, a wave can split into several paths, reaching some places with high intensity, while avoiding others almost completely. This kind of 'branched flow' has first been observed in 2001. Scientists have now developed a method to exploi

A wearable vibration sensor for accurate voice recognition

Scientists have developed a flexible and wearable vibration responsive sensor. When this sensor is attached to a neck, it can precisely recognize voice through vibration of the neck skin and is not affected by ambient noise or the volume of sound.

Hydrogel offers double punch against orthopedic bone infections

Surgery prompted by automobile accidents, combat wounds, cancer treatment and other conditions can lead to bone infections that are difficult to treat and can delay healing until they are resolved. Now, researchers have a developed a double-duty hydrogel tha

Study ties poor sleep to reduced memory performance in older adults

A new study has found that variability in night-to-night sleep time and reduced sleep quality adversely affect the ability of older adults to recall information about past events. The study also found unexpected racial differences in the type of sleep pattern

A sperm bank in space is a real possibility, new science says - CNET

It's not unreasonable to think a future generation of space men (and women) could come from frozen semen.
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