‘Stranger Things’ Season 4, Vol. 2 premieres, ‘Secrets of the Oligarch Wives’ documentary debuts, Imagine Dragons releases new album

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The Day Before Studio Wants Fans To Work For Almost Nothing

screenshot: MYTONA The Day Before is currently the most wishlisted game on Steam, but it’s attracting attention for a very different reason. The studio currently uses “volunteers” who are paid with “participation certificates” and free codes, which are, you know, great for paying rent. “Fntastic’s culture is based on the idea of ​​volunteering,” says the …

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Your Phone Screen Is Filthy. Here’s How to Disinfect It and Remove Fingerprints

just like kitchen and bathrooms, phones harbor bacteria and need to be cleaned regularly. Andean with COVID-19 still around, it’s important to disinfect the items you frequently touch. Plus, cleaning your phone will make it last longerwhether you have an iPhone ratio android phone. Ideally, you should clean your phone at least once a day …

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Juul can sell its vaping device, pods as court weights FDA ban

Vaping giant Juul Labs Inc. filed an emergency court motion Monday asking a federal appeals court to block a government ban of its e-cigarettes and flavored pods. The San Francisco-based vaping company asked the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia to pause what it called an “extraordinary and unlawful” action by the …

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MSU researchers use AI to stay ahead of COVID-19 and other diseases | MSUToday

Although vaccines and treatments are now available that didn’t exist when the US first declared a public health emergency in response to the novel coronavirus, the virus is still out there evolving. In fact, our immune responses are naturally influencing the tragedy of that evolution. Thinking in terms of “survival of the fittest,” a virus …

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[Exclusive] ASUS ROG Phone 6 breaks cover, accessories in tow

Once again, Taiwanese consumer electronics firm Asus is gearing up to release the latest in its line of extravagantly-styled Android smartphones for gamers. Scheduled to launch on the 5th of July, the so-called ROG Phone 6 (which stands for Republic of Gamers) follows in its predecessors’ footsteps by pushing the envelope on mobile device specs …

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Putin to make 1st trip abroad since Ukraine conflict’s start

MOSCOW (AP) — President Vladimir Putin is making his first public foreign trip since Russia sent troops into Ukraine, heading for two former Soviet republics and meetings likely to be friendly. Ahead of the trip beginning Tuesday to Tajikistan and Turkmenistan, there were no expectations of significant developments. But the visit gives Putin the opportunity …

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Courageous Giuliani Says Footage of Near-Fatal Pat on the Back Is ‘Deceptive’

via Facebook/Rudy Giuliani Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani doubled down Monday on his wildly overblown characterization that he was brutally assaulted by a Staten Island grocery store worker over the weekend, despite security footage showing the man only tapped his back. Speaking to about 200 people in a Facebook Live, Giuliani called the viral …

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Glastonbury 2022: Are festival-goers becoming more environmentally conscious?

As revellers left Glastonbury Festival on Monday the usual images of the site’s green fields strewn with litter began to appear online. But photos of the festival aftermath show the amount of debris left this year appeared to be down on previous years when the site looked like a scene from a dystopian movie set. …

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