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5th November 2017

iPhone X vs iPhone 8 Plus: How much better is the camera? video – CNET

Can you spot the difference between the 8 Plus and the X? Low light and selfies may be the deciding factor. – Source

1-Ring Moon Release Date, Price and Specs – CNET

The Moon is a levitating eyeball-shaped security cam that’s the smart home device of either your dreams or your nightmares. – Source

7 smart doorbells that make screening visitors oh-so easy – CNET

No peephole? No sweat. These smart doorbells show you who’s at your front door. – Source

7 smart doorbells to watch over your front stoop – CNET

Part buzzer, part security camera, today’s doorbells do a lot more than their predecessors. – Source

iPhone X vs. iPhone 8 Plus photo samples – CNET

See how photos from the Apple iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus compare. – Source

Ben Heck’s Hex game: Fun with soldering

After working out the kinks with the layout of the Hex board game, Ben and Felix have received the PCBs from OSHPark and they’re all ready for soldering. That’s interesting, because ultimately the game itself will be used to teach soldering in… – Source

Weekly poll results: iPhone X soaks up the fan love, leaving scraps for the iPhone 8

There are two kinds of people in the world – iOS fans and Android fans. Of iOS fans, more than double the number of people want an iPhone X than an iPhone 8 or 8 Plus. Analysts saw this coming when they forecast that the X will account for half of the sales.

Our poll shows the divide is 2 to 1 instead of 1 to 1, but wanting to buy the phone and actually getting it is another matter. The issue is twofold – price and availability.

The iPhone X is the most expensive mass market phone ever and it will raise the Average Selling Price (ASP) of Apple’s lineup. Even if the number of phones it…

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Aidy Bryant kills it on ‘SNL’ as Sarah Huckabee Sanders at a White House press conference

Saturday Night Live is lucky to have Aidy Bryant.

With Sean Spicer out on his ass — and Melissa McCarthy’s spot-on impersonation now a thing of the past — Bryant has stepped in on SNL as the new faux-White House press secretary, Sarah Huckabee Sanders. And she’s perfect.

Bryant nails Sanders’ southern drawl and dry wit in this White House press conference sketch, which suggests that the IRL press secretary draws her strength from an unlikely, but totally fitting, source: Demi Lovato’s “Confident.” …

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Don Jr. teaching Eric Trump about Fun Dip on ‘Saturday Night Live’ is the best ever

There’s a lot to like about this Weekend Update sketch on Saturday Night Live, but really, the best of it comes when Mikey Day and Alex Moffat trot out their always-hilarious impressions of Donald Trump’s elder sons, Don Jr. and Eric. In related news, Fun Dip is about to be popular again.

As funny as the Trump Bros are, don’t overlook the real fire in this sketch: Michael Che’s searing takedown of President Trump. I’ll let the quote speak for itself; it’s a good one.

“If you want to live-tweet Morning Joe or Cupcake Wars or whatever else you watch, fine. But indictments are important and you work for us — so go put on your baggy suit, fold your hair nice, and answer all of our questions face-to-face like the public servant that you are.” …

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Meet the travel photographer who never left home

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Set an alert: Do not miss The Farthest on PBS

Enlarge / An icon of exploration. (credit: NASA/JPL)

I’ve made no secret that the Voyager probes’ journey through the outer Solar System was a major influence on my childhood. So I was shocked to find out that I had missed the airing of what may be the definitive story of their mission. I was fortunate enough to correct my mistake thanks to NYU’s science journalism program. For anyone else at all interested in science, NASA, space, or the human side of science, this review serves as a warning: the story will be shown one more time on November 15. Do not miss it.

The story is a documentary called The Farthest, a name that focuses on Voyager 1’s current fate as the only human-made object to have left the Solar System. But the movie follows both Voyagers from when they were just an idea struggling to get funding, through potentially mission-ending issues, and on to their status as the definitive exploration mission of the last century. And The Farthest does all that primarily through the words of the scientists who ran the mission and analyzed the data in real time as it came in.

The scientists are quirky, expressive, passionate, and fundamentally human, things that are lacking from most portrayals in popular culture. The film helps you come away with the sense that, even though nobody has seen or touched this hardware in decades, the Voyagers are fundamentally a story of human endeavor.

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Hillary Clinton and epistemological collapse

How do you know that Hillary Clinton exists? I’m serious; or, at least, I’m making a point. Bear with me. Think about it. You don’t know her personally, after all. You’ve never met her. You’ve maybe been in the same room as a woman who was introduced to you as her – but probably not. So how do you know there truly is a real person named Hillary Clinton… Read More

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Larry David broke so hard on ‘SNL’ he just gave up and laughed openly

Ah, the Saturday Night Live break. When shit just gets so weird on the set of the sketch comedy series that a performer — usually, but not always, the guest host — just starts laughing.

So it was with Larry David this week. The sketch itself is fine: David is a newly married rich dude whose wife — an unrecognizable Cecily Strong — is some kind of influencer in the gay club scene. But by the end of the sketch, David can’t keep up with the script’s fast-paced lingo… so he loses it.

But here’s best part: He never really recovers. For roughly the final minute of the sketch, it’s just David laughing through line after line while the other SNL cast members struggle to keep things grounded — and fail. …

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How We Used VR to Explore What Music Feels Like to a Deaf Person

With the help of two deaf collaborators, virtual reality producers at The Times made an immersive video about the experience of hearing music after receiving a cochlear implant. – Source

Apple iPhone X unboxing

The iPhone X comes with a revolutionary design for Apple, but its overall packaging doesn’t stray too far away from the company’s regular approach. Regardless, it’s always a great experience to take a fresh, new high-end smartphone out of its plastic wrapping and dive into the accessories and other little thingies found in its box.
What’s in the box:
1. Apple iPhone X2. EarPods with Lightning connector3. Lightning to USB cable4. USB power adapter5. Lightning to 3.5mm jack adapter – Source

Larry David angered the internet with his ill-conceived Holocaust jokes on ‘SNL’

Larry David returned to the Saturday Night Live spotlight this weekend, but things got off to a rocky start.

The Curb Your Enthusiasm comedian made some uncomfortable remarks about Jews and mounting accusations of sexual conduct by Harvey Weinstein, but he drew criticism when his stand-up monologue delved into an even thornier subject: the Holocaust.

SEE ALSO: Larry David suits up again as Bernie Sanders for Celebrity Price is Right on ‘SNL’

“I’ve always been obsessed with women and I’ve often wondered, if I had grown up in Poland when Hitler came in power and was sent to a concentration camp—would I still be checking out women in the camp?” he said, near the end of his opening monologue. …

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How to build one of Earth’s largest telescopes

Huge telescopes dot mountainsides around the world.

From Hawaii to Chile, scientists seek out the perfect site with fair weather and dark, clear skies to peer deeply into space, clocking the movements of distant stars, planets, and other objects far beyond what we can see with the naked eye.

SEE ALSO: Construction Begins on One of the World’s Largest Telescopes

A new observatory called the Giant Magellan Telescope, currently being built in Chile, should eventually be able to see far-off alien worlds and even take a look at their atmospheres.

But right now, the project is in a critical phase. …

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Coffee, conversation, and community: Inside NYC’s vanished cafeterias

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Gut bacteria may make or break your chances of cancer treatment working

Enlarge / After fecal transplants from responding humans, the gut cells of mice (blue) were flooded with cancer-fighting immune cells (red, green) (credit: Dr. Luigi Nezi])

New, potent cancer therapies can act like daggers pressed into the hindquarters of the immune system, prodding it to lunge at any cancerous cells in the body. When the drugs work, the immune system tramples tumors into oblivion. But they don’t always work—in fact, cancer drugs can fail 60 to 70 percent of the time. The drugs might not give the immune system a sharp enough sticking in every patient. But according to a pair of new studies, it may not be the immune system that needs a swift kick—it may be the gut.

Some intestinal-dwelling bacteria appear to corral and train immune cells to fight off cancer cells—prior to any spurring from cancer immunotherapies. Without such microbial priming, the drugs may only offer a futile prod. In both studies, published this week in Science, researchers found that the cancer patients who saw no benefit from the drugs (non-responders) were the ones who lacked certain beneficial gut bugs, particularly after taking antibiotics. Meanwhile, cancer patients who did respond to the drugs had bacteria that could prompt the immune system to release chemicals that get cancer-killing immune cells—T cells—to chomp at the bit.

When the researchers transferred the gut microbes from their human cancer patients into germ-free mice with cancer, the rodents mirrored the patients’ fates. That is, mice that got gut microbes from non-responding humans also did not respond to immunotherapies. But, the mice that got microbes from responders responded. And when researchers swapped responder gut microbes into non-responding mice, the mice converted and fought back the cancer.

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Google Pixel 2 XL International Giveaway!

Welcome to the Sunday Giveaway, the place where we giveaway a new Android phone each and every Sunday!

A big congratulations to last week’s winner of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 International Giveaway: Klevin D. (USA).

This week we are giving away a brand new Google Pixel 2 XL courtesy of the Android Authority Newsletter!

Google’s 2017 flagship phones are finally here, and they’re great. Both the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL feature top-of-the-line specs, IP67 ratings for dust and water resistance (finally), as well as the best smartphone cameras on the market, according to DxOMark. They’ll also be the first devices to include Google Lens, and will also come with three full years of OS updates. More specifically, the Pixel 2 XL sports a 6.0-inch pOLED 18:9 display and a bigger 3,520 mAh battery, but other than that, these two phones are pretty much identical.

To learn more about the Google Pixel 2 XL, check out our related coverage below:

Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL review: the way Android is meant to be
Google Pixel 2 XL unboxing and first impressions
Google Pixel 2 vs Samsung Galaxy Note 8: the flagship battle
Google Pixel 2 vs Google Pixel: what’s changed?
Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL specs: Google’s vision for the modern flagship
Keep your Pixel 2 protected with these official Google cases

Enter the giveaway here

Google Pixel 2 XL International Giveaway!

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Kanye West finally makes his return to the stage at a Kid Cudi concert

In November 2016, Kanye West cancelled a slew of tour dates after reports surfaced that he’d been hospitalized.

On Saturday night, nearly a year after those headlines dominated the news, the Chicago native took the stage alongside longtime collaborator Kid Cudi for the first time since 2016—and people went absolutely wild.

SEE ALSO: Kim Kardashian clears up rumors that she and Kanye West aren’t having twins

West and Cudi performed “Father Stretch My Hands Pt. 1” to the surprised crowd that had come to see Cudi’s Passion, Pain, & Demon Slayin’ tour.


A post shared by Kameron Casey (@kamcasey) on Nov 4, 2017 at 8:18pm PDT…

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iPhone X vs iPhone 8 Plus: Is the camera worth the money? – CNET

See if you can tell the difference between the cameras on the iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus. – Source

Is the Xbox One X worth it? video – CNET

The Xbox One X is undoubtedly a powerful console, but it comes at a premium price that’s tough to justify. – Source

Twitter criticised for ‘erasing’ bisexual photos

The social media platform is criticised for failing to show any photos under the bisexual hashtag. – Source

Larry David suits up again as Bernie Sanders for Celebrity Price is Right on ‘SNL’

Look. This Saturday Night Live sketch isn’t the greatest. But it does have two high points.

The first is guest host Larry David, who revives his pitch-perfect Bernie Sanders impression (and makes lots of 2016 election jokes at Bernie’s expense).

The second is Alec Baldwin, who pops up as an even more perfect Tony Bennett. Even better, Baldwin-as-Bennett is really interested in hawking anti-diarrhea medication. When all else fails, toilet humor got your back.

It’s also hard not to chuckle when musical guest Miley Cyrus, who appears as a non-celebrity contestant alongside Alex Moffat-as-Chris Hemsworth, gets a visit from her IRL squeeze and …

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Tech’s favorite royal — Prince Alwaleed bin Talal — has been arrested in Saudi Arabia

In a move sure to shock the business world, Saudi Arabia last night announced the arrest of at least eleven princes, including renowned billionaire investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, as part of a sweeping corruption investigation. Prince Alwaleed controls the investment firm Kingdom Holding and is one of the world’s richest men, owning or having owned major in satellite TV networks, as… Read More

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3D gel stacks can grow enough stem cells to treat brain disease

Programmed stem cells promise to tackle all kinds of illnesses, but there’s one catch: making them. It’s hard to cultivate large numbers of them, and the need to grow them on 2D surfaces isn’t very practical. That’s where researchers might come to th… – Source

You can seriously pay what you want for more than 12,000 design assets

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Whether you’re a freelancer trying to build your own website, a small business owner trying to make flyers that don’t look like they were created in MS Paint, or a designer without the means to create every single thing from scratch, chances are you’ve spent some time searching for the perfect graphics, fonts, templates, icons, vectors, and more. You probably also know that professional-looking graphics can make or break a business.

SEE ALSO: Get all the stock images you need for under $40

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Forget guitar lessons — this device will teach you how to play like a pro

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If you’ve always wanted to play guitar like Jimi Hendrix but the idea of music lessons gives you high school band flashbacks, don’t worry. There’s an app(-enabled device) for that.

SEE ALSO: Here’s how you can learn to play guitar without taking expensive lessons

The …

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Don’t upgrade your iOS without downloading this software first

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Managing all of the data on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod can be a real iPain sometimes, especially when upgrading or switching devices forces you to leave some of your files behind. (To be fair, some of those photos from St. Patrick’s Day 2014 are probably better left in the past — but that’s besides the point.)

SEE ALSO: Now that you have your shiny new iPhone X, here are the accessories you need

As the self-proclaimed “Swiss Army Knife” of mobile data organization, …

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