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Have you seen this screenshot from an old episode of Bill Nye the Science Guy? It shows Nye with the caption, “Gender is determined by your chromosomes.” Alt-right social media users have been posting it because Nye recently said that gender is on a spectrum. But the old image is completely fake.Read more...

Gizmodo

That Photo of Bill Nye Talking About Gender is Completely Fake

In its first quarterly report as a combined entity, energy services company TechnipFMC recorded a net income, largely on the back of North American recovery.

UPI

Merger paid off, energy services firm TechnipFMC says

The internet has grown to understand the crude reality of kangaroos mating, in the hardest possible way.  SEE ALSO: Kangaroos Invade Australian Golf Course Remember when everyone thought this image showed the heartbreak of a roo losing a loved one and instead it was revealed to be an act of necrophilia?  Compared to that trauma, the sight that Melbourne commuters had to behold this

Mashable

Mating kangaroos are literally blocking traffic in Australia

 The world is awash with bots these days — applications the run either partly or entirely using natural language processing, machine learning, computer vision and other artificial intelligence technologies to help consumers ask and answer questions, buy things and get other stuff done. In the enterprise equivalent, a company that is building something akin to this for large… Read M

TechCrunch

UiPath raises $30M to build ‘software robots’ for internal business tasks

After the recent controversy surrounding BitMain and the alleged use of AsicBoost here comes another scandal for the popular ASIC manufacturer. It seems that the company has introduced a backdoor into the firmware of their Bitcoin mining hardware Antminer that allows it to stop miners remotely. Not that they are doing it or will do it at some point, but the ability to do so and con

Crypto Mining Blog

BitMain Up for Another Scandal With Antbleed Backdoor

Preliminary data from Texas show total crude oil production for February was slightly more than figures from the same time last year, a regulator reported.

UPI

Oil production in Texas up slightly year-on-year

Wall Street is set for a marginally open on Thursday, with investors opting for the sidelines ahead of another raft of prominent earnings reports, including from Ford, Dow Chemical and Comcast.

MarketWatch

Market Snapshot: U.S. stock futures in holding pattern ahead of earnings deluge

UiPath, a robotic process automation (RPA) startup that’s setting out to help companies automate repetitive tasks, has raised $30 million in a Series A round of funding led by Accel, with participation from existing investors, including Earlybird Venture Capital, Credo Ventures, and Seedcamp. Founded out of Romania in 2012, though now officially based in the U.S., UiPath touts its

VentureBeat

UiPath raises $30 million to help enterprises automate repetitive tasks with software robots

Although a lot of different topics come up in the interview above — Orlando Bloom doing his own stunts; his dog, Mighty; his passionate love of puppies — the conversation always seems to turn back to one thing. Yep, you guessed it: those infamous naked paddle boarding photos. SEE ALSO: New 'Pirates of the Caribbean' trailer finally shows us Orlando Bloom's return "We won't talk abo

Mashable

Orlando Bloom jokes about those viral naked paddle boarding photos

After an unexpected delay, Chinese electronics company TCL has announced the BlackBerry KeyOne will be going on sale in the U.S. and Canada on May 31. First unveiled in February, the phone was originally supposed to rollout globally in April, priced at €599, £499, and $549. TCL’s first BlackBerry smartphone, and the fourth BlackBerry device running Android, features an anodized alu

VentureBeat

TCL’s BlackBerry KeyOne goes on sale in Canada and the U.S. on May 31

April's almost over, so where the hell is Kim Kardashian's next phone, the BlackBerry KEYone?  Originally slated to launch by the end of this month, the Android-powered KEYone, will now arrive in the U.S. starting on May 31. U.S. carriers — Sprint's the only one confirmed so far — will carry the QWERTY keyboard-equipped phone this summer. SEE ALSO: Kim Kardashian would love the Bla

Mashable

Kim Kardashian's gonna have to wait a little longer to get the new BlackBerry KEYone

The BlackBerry KeyOne smartphone will be available for purchase in the US and Canada starting next month, according to a press release from TCL, the device’s manufacturer. The KeyOne is the first TCL-manufactured BlackBerry phone to feature a physical keyboard, which was the signature feature of BlackBerry smartphones years ago. It will be available for purchase in Canada first, wi

The Verge

BlackBerry KeyOne will be available next month

To say that the launch of the BlackBerry KEYone has been protracted would be an understatement. BlackBerry and TCL teased the high-profile phone in January, dished out proper details in February, and has left people wondering about a specific US rele...

Engadget

BlackBerry KEYone reaches the US on May 31st

Imagine a prize of $1 trillion. Let’s say it’s not legal to claim it, but what if nobody could trace it? Would you do it? If not you, then I’m sure there would be plenty of people waiting in line behind you. Keep that in mind. Also read: The Fraud of Intellectual Property From time to time I hear “central banks could issue e-currencies on blockchains!”. Before dwelling on the detai

Bitcoin.com

Why All Central Banks’ E-Currencies Will Fail Horribly

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