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TechCrunch

Agnieszka Wilk

Tech trends that will impact your home

 High-tech homes are about to revolutionize the way we live. While interior design once relied on color schemes and playful accents, new tech trends are completely revamping how we design, build and live in our spaces. Read More

NFL.com

NFL.com

Injuries: Cooper carted off; Nkemdiche injures ankle

Former No. 7 overall pick Jonathan Cooper is looking to revitalize his career in New England after a disappointing three seasons with Arizona. His training camp hit an early snag in the road though.

SBNation.com

James Dator

Michael Jordan, Chris Paul and Derek Fisher spent a whole afternoon disappointing children

Athletes giving things away to kids create some of the most heartwarming videos in sports. This week at Michael Jordan’s Flight School things went very, very wrong. Jordan was joined by Chris Paul and Derek Fisher to put on a shooting clinic for the kids, and because it was Michael Jordan there were side bets.

Bet 1: If Chris Paul makes all his shots Jordan gives the kids shoes.

#Mj rules.. if CP3, makes all his shots... Shoes for the whole camp.. !#MjFlightSchool16

A video posted...

The Verge

Andrew Liptak

HBO confirms that Game of Thrones will end in 2018, but hasn’t ruled out a spinoff

We’ve known for a while that the end was coming for Game of Thrones, and during this year’s Television Critics Association press tour, HBO programming president Casey Bloys confirmed that the eighth season of the fantasy epic will be its last.

Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Bloys noted that the showrunners had gone into the show with a plan for a certain number of seasons, and that he was abiding by their desire to end in 2018. The final two shortened seasons of the show will air in...

Mashable

Adario Strange

Kanye comes for Apple, demands Tim Cook cut Tidal deal with Jay Z

Yes, it's that time again: Kanye West is using Twitter to talk to tech moguls and, like before, he's pretty amped. But this time, he's taking aim at the real king of tech: Tim Cook. 

SEE ALSO: Is Kanye West really asking Mark Zuckerberg for $1 billion to clear a massive debt?

In a series of tweets posted on Saturday, Kanye goes in on the heated competition between Apple Music and Tidal. The two companies have recently been the subject of rumors, with some reports hinting that Apple may be...

Mashable

Emma Hinchliffe

Tim Cook to host fundraiser for Hillary Clinton

Apple CEO Tim Cook is scheduled to host a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, according to a report from BuzzFeed. 

Cook will host the event as a private citizen, not in his capacity as Apple's chief executive. He will be joined by Lisa Jackson, Apple’s vice president of environment, policy and social initiatives. 

The money from the event will go toward the Hillary Victory Fund, a joint fundraising committee that supports Clinton's campaign as well as the Democratic National Committee and...

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Adario Strange

Mars TV series mixes Elon Musk with sci-fi for mission to the red planet

Traveling to Mars and setting up a human settlement is not yet a reality, but a new television series promises to give us the closest view yet of how it might actually happen. 

SEE ALSO: NASA's Curiosity rover can now fire its laser on its own. What could possibly go wrong?

Produced by Hollywood veterans Brian Grazer and Ron Howard (Apollo 13, A Beautiful Mind), the film is a combination of fact and fiction. It features an international crew of astronauts embarking on a mission to Mars...

Mashable

Jenni Ryall

This baby Harry Potter fan grew up to be like Hermione Granger

Taken in 2003, this adorable photograph of a six-month-old baby girl with her mum is a perfect example of early Harry Potter fandom. 

The baby, Rhiannon Braeger, is now a 13-year-old girl in 8th grade. Thirteen years after being dressed as a baby Harry — complete with lightning bolt scar — Rhiannon has grown into a Harry Potter fan. 

SEE ALSO: Everything you need to know about the new Harry Potter book

This photo was snapped at Barnes and Noble in 2003 at the release of the fifth book...

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24 Tweets Guaranteed To Make English Majors LOL

“I was an English major, in case there’s ever an emergency involving a comma.”

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How Normal Are Your Cat Owner Habits?

Do you purrfur cat paws or cat bums?

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BuzzFeed - Latest

In Defense Of The Song Everyone Hates From "Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory"

Hear me out!

Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is a classic film with an even more classic soundtrack.

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For example, “I’ve Got a Golden Ticket" is an iconic duet with some seriously amazing choreography.

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“I Want It Now” is the perfect anthem for when you want something and you want it now, goddamnit.

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And who...

VICE News

Tess Owen for VICE News

1,500 Reindeer Dead, 40 Humans Hospitalized Amid Anthrax Outbreak In Siberia

At least 40 people from nomadic communities in northern Siberia have been hospitalized amid an anthrax outbreak that scientists believe was caused by thawing reindeer carcasses.

Northern Siberia has been hit with a bout of weird weather, including a heatwave that has led to record-high temperatures. In the Yamal tundra, which sits above the Arctic Circle, temperatures soared to 95 degrees Fahrenheit, compared to the average of 77 degrees this time of the year. Scientists have linked the...

ESPN.com

Carmelo Anthony not impressed by Team USA sing-along

Carmelo Anthony not impressed by Team USA sing-along

SBNation.com

Alex Kirshner

PGA Championship fan screams 'UConn Big 12!' during tee shot

Golf galleries rarely fail to disappoint, but this take on Big 12 expansion is an unexpected treat.

The PGA Championship is not the first place you'd expect to find a passionate take about conference realignment and the expansion of the Big 12. But Saturday's round at Baltusrol has delivered us exactly that kind of take.

Japanese golfer Yuta Ikeda teed off in the 1:55 p.m. ET group on Saturday, alongside world No. 3 Jordan Spieth. It isn't uncommon for gallery members to shout words of...

SBNation.com

Brendan Porath

Weather delay hits the PGA Championship as storms roll into Baltusrol

Play has been suspended on Saturday at the PGA Championship.

We were just 18 minutes into the CBS afternoon broadcast of the third round on Saturday at the PGA Championship when the weather warning horn blew. The course is soft, players are posting mid-60s rounds, Phil Mickelson and Justin Rose both said we might see a new major championship scoring record, the leaders were just hitting the course ... and then it all came to a halt.

The forecast called for some possible afternoon storms, but...

SBNation.com

Adam Stites

Chiefs make Eric Fisher the highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL

Fisher's $63 million contract makes him the highest-paid offensive lineman in the NFL.

The Kansas City Chiefs made a surprising move on Saturday by giving former No. 1 pick Eric Fisher a lucrative deal that makes him the highest paid offensive lineman in the NFL.

Two years were tacked on to the remaining two years left on Fisher's deal, netting him a four-year, $63 million deal with the Chiefs that includes $40 million in guarantees. The new contract averages $15.75 million per year now...

NFL.com

NFL.com

Niners OT Anthony Davis reinstated by NFL

Offensive tackle Anthony Davis has been reinstated by the NFL. Will the offensive tackle regain his original form in San Francisco? His spot on the 49ers isn't guaranteed.

NFL.com

Patra, Kevin

Chiefs OT Eric Fisher signs 6-year, $63M deal

Eric Fisher has some good friends in high places. The former No. 1 overall pick signed a six-year, $63 million deal with the Kansas City Chiefs, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Saturday.

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Will Trump try to skip debates?

Donald Trump says the fall debate schedule is "unacceptable," raising the specter that he may try to skip them.

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