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Brendan Porath

PGA Championship 2016: Tee times and pairings for Friday's second round

Storms are supposed to come to Baltusrol on Friday at the PGA Championship.

Now there are just three more rounds of major championship golf left this year. It's a sad, sad realization, but Friday is expected to be a long day at the PGA Championship.

This is the one day that the weather is supposed to impact the schedule. Jordan Spieth said after his round on Thursday that he was preparing for the possibility of "stop and start" golf. The forecast is spotty, and it's supposed to come heavy...

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Emily Kay

Bubba Watson spends his week off opening a candy store

Bubba Watson can indulge his sweet tooth all he wants now that he’s opened his own candy store.

Sports fans of a certain vintage may recall that Victor Kiam, the late owner of the 1988-92 New England Patriots, liked Remington razors so much he "bought the company." Well, to candy lover Bubba Watson, it was a no-brainer for him to go one better and open his own confectionery.

Watson, a resident of the Greenbrier, which is still closed after the recent fatal flooding in West Virginia, went...

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Aarian Marshall

So Digital Billboard Ads Change With the Speed of Traffic Now

A little traffic data creates big opportunities for people selling yogurt. The post So Digital Billboard Ads Change With the Speed of Traffic Now appeared first on WIRED.

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Laura Mallonee

Photo of the Week: Hell Hath No Fury Like a Dirty Thunderstorm

Japan’s Mount Sakurajiwa isn’t half as famous—or big—as Mount Fuji. But it still knows how to put on a show. The post Photo of the Week: Hell Hath No Fury Like a Dirty Thunderstorm appeared first on WIRED.

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David Pierce

Pocket Casts Is the Podcast App Every iPhone User Needs

Pocket Casts is like iTunes, only much, much better. The post Pocket Casts Is the Podcast App Every iPhone User Needs appeared first on WIRED.

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Brendan Cole

Google’s Famous Kitchens May Serve Fake Shrimp Made of Algae

Which is better: Shrimp made of shrimp or shrimp made of algae? The post Google’s Famous Kitchens May Serve Fake Shrimp Made of Algae appeared first on WIRED.

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Margaret Rhodes

Don’t Understand Graffiti? Here It Is Translated in Helvetica

Mathieu Tremblin paints over graffiti tags, and re-stencils them. But not in graffiti script—in Helvetica, Arial, Times New Roman, and Georgia. The post Don’t Understand Graffiti? Here It Is Translated in Helvetica appeared first on WIRED.

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Jake Muncy

The Doom of Your Memories Doesn’t Really Exist

The popular Brutal Doom game mod teaches us about the way we misremember, and recreate, gaming history. The post The Doom of Your Memories Doesn't Really Exist appeared first on WIRED.

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Brent Rose

Review: Yi 4K Action Camera

For nearly two years GoPro’s Hero4 Black has been the standard-bearer for action cameras. But there's a new contender. The post Review: Yi 4K Action Camera appeared first on WIRED.

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Brian Raftery

Jason Bourne Is Quite the Spectacle. In a Good Way. Mostly

The fourth installment in the globe-hopping action series lacks the identity-crisis intrigue of its predecessors. But still: Punches! Chases! Damon! The post Jason Bourne Is Quite the Spectacle. In a Good Way. Mostly appeared first on WIRED.

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Sam Haysom

This man's 10-year anniversary surprise for his wife will make your heart burst

LONDON — A British man has organised a flash-mob as a 10-year-anniversary surprise for his wife, who suffers from multiple sclerosis.

In the moving video above, Carl Gilbertson joins students from Liverpool Media Academy for a choral rendition of Bruno Mars' "Just The Way You Are".

SEE ALSO: Couple Celebrates 61 Years of Marriage With 'Up'-Inspired Photo Shoot

"The flashmob acted as a declaration of love from Carl to his wife, Laura, who suffers from multiple sclerosis," reads the video...

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Katie Dupere

The struggle and resilience of the world's tigers, in photos

The world's tigers are in trouble

Over the last 100 years alone, global tiger populations have declined more than 95 percent. According to the most recent data, there are only 3,890 wild tigers in the world today. In fact, the number of captive tigers, or those held in zoos, exceeds the wild population by about 1,000.

Although tigers are arguably one of the most recognizable wild animals in the world, many of us are ignorant to the big cats' alarming struggle. But the significant strain on...

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Sam Haysom

Crafty fox cub makes his home in woman's living room, point blank refuses to leave

It turns out foxes make for very stubborn house guests.

In the clip above, an animal rescuer from the UK's Wildlife Aid Foundation does his best to remove a crafty fox cub from its hidey hole behind a British family's living room sofa.

SEE ALSO: Londoner passes out at bus stop, gets an alarming wake up call

He manages to set the cunning beast free in the end, but it's not exactly an easy ride.

Kangaroo stuck in a cattle grid gets rescued by a total hero

Kayaker calls for help during an...

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Alicia Tan

5th grade students wrote a book about an orphaned orangutan

We can't think of anything sweeter than a bunch of elementary school kids putting together a children's book to create awareness and help save endangered animals.

SEE ALSO: Elephant dies a month after being rescued from Thai tourism camp

This group of students are fifth graders at the John W. Kimball Learning Center in Brooklyn, New York. The book they've just gotten published is called One Special Orangutan: The Story of Budi.

5th graders Henry Kurzawa and Maeve Igoe recognisee the...

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Amar Toor

The English of non-native speakers could make smarter computers

Researchers at MIT have created a database of annotated sentences written by non-native English speakers, the university announced in a press release Friday, in an effort to improve the ways in which computers process written or spoken language.

Most natural language processing (NLP) technology is based on machine learning, whereby computers identify patterns in large datasets. The problem, though, is that these systems are based on standard English, and therefore might not be able to pick...

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Sonam Joshi

Twitter reacts after floods and traffic jams paralyse India's 'millenium city' Gurgaon

Situated next to the national capital Delhi, the corporate hub of Gurgaon is home to the swanky offices of top multinational companies, hotels and malls. Yet Gurgaon, often described as India's 'millennium city' has been brought to a standstill since yesterday due to heavy rains. 

As a result of the downpour on July 28, many Gurgaon roads have been waterlogged, causing massive traffic jams and leaving commuters stranded in their vehicles for up to seven hours.

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Gianluca Mezzofiore

U.S. Navy to name ship after gay rights activist Harvey Milk

Gay rights activist and San Francisco politician Harvey Milk is set to receive a posthumous honor from the U.S. Navy, which will name a ship after him. 

The tanker, which is part of a series of ships named after civil rights leaders, will be named USNS Harvey Milk, according to the U.S. Naval Institute News, which quoted a Congressional notification. 

SEE ALSO: Harvey Milk Will Be First Openly Gay Elected Official on a Stamp

Milk, who served as a diving officer in San Diego during the...

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