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if darth vader fought buzz lightyear


here's an odd internet find: a battle between darth vader and buzz lightyear, complete with cgi animated effects. make sure you watch till the end for an interesting tie-in. the post if darth vader fought buzz lightyear appeared first on holy kaw!.






social video app beme shuts down today


when cnn picked up casey neistat’s beme back in november of last year, it announced that the social video sharing app would go the way of the dodo by the end of january 2017. now here we sit, mere hours away from the second month of the year and, lo and behold, the app is shutting down today. those who got in on the action during beme’s relatively short run as a standalone will still be able to their content vine-style.beme first arrived on the scene in summer of 2015, garnering some buzz, but ultimately it didn’t quite clear the bar. following flagging interest in the technology, the service got a grand re-launch last may, with a new interface, some buzz fixes and an explainer video.the new beme gained its fans thanks to an innovative interface and the high-profile involvement of people l






style icons in the making: the boys of 'stranger things'


awards season is underway, with all roads leading to oscar night on feb. 26. keep up with all the buzz and predictions here, where you'll find the latest on the guild awards, critics' picks, the golden globes and more.






millie bobbie brown hits the red carpet on trend


awards season is underway, with all roads leading to oscar night on feb. 26. keep up with all the buzz and predictions here, where you'll find the latest on the guild awards, critics' picks, the golden globes and more.






social video app beme shuts down today


when cnn picked up casey neistat’s beme back in november of last year, it announced that the social video sharing app would go the way of the dodo by the end of january 2017. now here we sit, mere hours away from the second month of the year, and lo and behold, the app is shutting down today.those who got in on the action during beme’s relatively short run as a standalone will be still be able to their content vine-style. beme first arrived on the scene in summer of 2015, garnering some buzz, but ultimately didn’t quite clear the bar. the service got a grand re-launch last may, with a new interface, some buzz fixes and an explainer video following flagging interest in the technology.the new beme gained its fans, thanks to an innovative interface and the high profile involvement of people l






stars arrive at the 2017 sag awards red carpet


awards season is underway, with all roads leading to oscar night on feb. 26. keep up with all the buzz and predictions here, where you'll find the latest on the guild awards, critics' picks, the golden globes and more.






preparing the red carpet and setting the stage for the 2017 sag awards


awards season is underway, with all roads leading to oscar night on feb. 26. keep up with all the buzz and predictions here, where you'll find the latest on the guild awards, critics' picks, the golden globes and more.






newfound asteroid to buzz earth today: see it live with slooh


a small asteroid will p between earth and the moon today (feb. 2), only a couple days after astronomers first discovered it. it's one of many small asteroids that have recently sped past the planet, and one of three flying by today, according to nasa.






here’s what happened on the yemen raid that killed the first us soldier to die u


beirut — it was past midnight on a moonless night in central yemen, and ahmad jawfi was preparing to go to sleep when he heard the dull buzz of drones overhead. drones were nothing new, so he and others paid little attention. but soon, a military operation unfolded that left 14 al-qaida fighters dead and took…






buzz aldrin, bill nye take 'giant leap' down ny fashion week runway


new york — buzz aldrin, the second person to walk on the moon, just took one giant leap for all astronaut-kind when he be e the first astronaut to walk down the new york fashion week runway. he and bill nye "the science guy" hit the runway on tuesday (jan. 31) sporting shiny silver and black garments, debuting designer nick graham's futuristic "life on mars: fall-winter 2035" collection.aldrin walks the runway at the nick graham nyfw men's fall/winter 2017 fashion show on jan. 31 in new york city.credit: jp yim/getty images for nick graham aldrin strutted down the catwalk in a metallic bomber jacket and matching sneakers. under the jacket, the astronaut wore something he designed himself: a black-and-white "get your to mars" t-shirt. on twitter, aldrin wrote that walking the runway "was






twitter for android tv


watch the best of what's happening. watch live sports, entertainment, and news like never before on twitter for android tv. live stream the show for free and get the full story with all the twitter commentary. see what everyone is talking about with expert analysis, on the ground exclusives, bonus video feeds, and celebrity buzz. get the best of twitter today plus top global vine videos and periscope broadcasts, all without logging in. no account required.






here’s what happened on the yemen raid that killed the first us soldier to die u


here’s what happened on the yemen raid that killed the first us soldier to die under trumpbeirut — it was past midnight on a moonless night in central yemen, and ahmad jawfi was preparing to go to sleep when he heard the dull buzz of drones overhead. drones were nothing new, so he and others paid little attention. but soon, a military operation unfolded that left 14 al-qaida fighters dead and took…






watch: david villa scores sick scissor-kick goal


new york city fc striker david villa has scored a lot of amazing goals in his career, and he added to that total in a recent match.nyc fc is getting ready for the upcoming mls season, so they’ve been playing some exhibition games. their most recent game was against a college team, jacksonville university.villa’s team won with ease, 9-0, but that wasn’t what everyone was talking about. the buzz after the game was regarding this sick scissor-kick goal he scored during it.the goalkeeper probably could’ve done a better job with it, but it was a great goal nonetheless.






a quick trick for alleviating anxiety anywhere


no need to roll out the yoga mat. close your eyes, and meditate for twenty minutes when anxiety hits when you’ve got this quick trick for beating panic anywhere, any time.rodale wellness explains it’s only a matter of getting out of your head and into your body to halt the whirring buzz of thought.if you are in bed, feel the bed holding you firmly and completely. you are safe and held. if you are sitting, notice your sit bones as they rest against the chair or your seat on the train, bus, or car. feel your foundation strong and stable. if you are standing, sense your feet in your socks and your socks in your shoes and feel those shoes upon the ground. imagine the depth of the earth that is supporting you.sure, it might feel strange at first, but it beats hyperventilating and feeling like t






watch halfcourt s that doesn't create buzz


var _ndnq = _ndnq || []; _ndnq.push([’embed’]);atherton — sequoia standout n’jai leblanc jr. made the type of buzzer-beating s that usually sends teammates and crowds into a frenzy.but there were few roars and no noticeable hive-fives friday night.leblanc’s spectacular s from midcourt at menlo-atherton floated high and long and e down through the net with marksman accuracy, beating the halftime horn.but the 3-pointer, even one as spectacular as leblanc’s, could not erase the rough quarter sequoia had in a showdown for first place in the peninsula athletic league’s south division.menlo-atherton, which lost at sequoia by 10 points a week earlier, outscored the cherokee 25-3 in the quarter before leblanc’s 3-pointer cut the margin to 43-27.m-a went on to win 63-52.“you’ve got to give credit t






rush fighting: cube world


fight the hordes of blocky undead - zombies, ghosts and possessed humans with rush fighting: cube world game. use your reaction to control the game - jump back. and s . fight against m es of enemies - skeletons, zombies, crazed men, giant spiders or buzz-saws - and have fun. earn money to buy new weapons like s gun, machine gun, ault rifle and other. feel like an action movie hero rush fighter - and struggle against undead menace. shoot and jump, kill or be killed, unlock new levels and weapons and have fun with rush fighting: cube world. rush fighting: cube world features: ultimate blocky action game- wide range of guns- interesting missions- crafty enemieslove action games? try yourself as a ninja or real rush fighter with this new blocky game.






the latest: budweiser ad grabs buzz with immigrant tale


new york (ap) — the latest on the super bowl ads as an expected 110 million tune in to watch the atlanta falcons and new england patriots face off (all times local):5:30 p.m.budweiser’s ad featuring the story of its immigrant co-founder has already grabbed some pre-game attention.the ad chronicles the story of adolphus busch’s journey in the 1850s from germany to the u.s., where locals tell him he should “go back home” and that he doesn’t “look like you’re from around here.” the 60-second spot was pre-released last week, just days after president trump’s order temporarily banning refugees and nearly all citizens from seven muslim-majority countries.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.anheuser-busch said the ad isn’t meant to be political, and that it started work on t






'stranger things' season 2: everything we know so far


caution: spoilers ahead!ever since the first trailer for the netflix series stranger things debuted, there was major buzz around the nostalgia-driven thriller about a group of kids in the 1980s who get caught up in a terrifying mystery involving a telekinetic , otherworldly dimensions, and a monster unleashed on their small town. for those who binged their way through the first season, one of the biggest remaining mysteries was whether the acclaimed show created by brothers matt and ross duffer would indeed get a second season.more:the first eight minutes of netflix’s stranger things are strange indeed — in a good waymuch to the delight of sci-fi fans of all kinds, that question has now been answered with the announcement of a second season coming in 2017.so what do we know about the show’






google ending hands free payment pilot test to focus on android pay


google launched a pilot program, last year, which allowed customers to make payments at the store without the need to take their phone or wallet out. customers had to have both wi-fi and bluetooth enabled to communicate with beacons that are placed by the checkout registers.the customer would then tell the cashier their initials and the cashier would then confirm the profile picture ociated with the customer’s profile. a payment would be deducted from the customer’s account and a receipt (presumably) sent via email.well, like many of google’s side projects, this one is going the way of google buzz, reader, wave, and so on. google outlined the future of the program in an email that was sent to current testers of hands free payments. it appears that google has collected enough information ab






tendrá más de 3.000 plantas para que "se


más edificios verdes (en todos los sentidos) y de nuevo es asia el continente en el que se desarrolla. en esta ocasión se trata del najing vertical forest, un proyecto de dos torres repletas de plantas que quieren ser una inyección de oxígeno y reducir la contaminación en los cielos de esa ciudad.el arquitecto a cargo de la construcción es stefano boeri architetti, siendo el segundo de una serie de edificios llamados 'vertical forest' (bosque vertical). el primero, llamado bosco verticale, fue construido en milán que se finalizó en 2014, y está previsto que el bosque vertical de najing esté acabado el año que viene.la tendencia de los edificios que "se comen la contaminación"en milán también vimos el palazzo d'italia, un singular edificio que es ecológico de una manera distinta a estos edi






like the new england patriots' bill belichick, we're already looking ahead to ne


two of the pittsburgh steelers’ most dangerous weapons will be in the final year of their contracts: running back le’veon bell and receiver antonio brown. watch for the steelers to fight hard to keep both, applying the franchise tag to bell and signing brown to a long-term deal — even though the star receiver has been in water lately for twerking in the end zone, repeatedly wearing unauthorized shoes and using facebook live to broadcast a team-only talk in the locker room. art rooney ii, president of the steelers, referred to brown’s transgressions as “little annoyances.”qb carousel the landing spots of at least three prominent quarterbacks will be big news. there will be plenty of buzz surrounding clemson’s deshaun watson and who might draft him. the top six picks belong to the cleveland






nintendo to release new mobile games every few months


why it matters to you be prepared for a frenzy of nintendo games invading seemingly everyone's smartphone on a consistent basis.nintendo has had m ive success with its first official mobile game, super mario run, and to no surprise, it wants to repeat that. with that in mind, it’s announced its intention to release between two and three new mobile games a year from here on out, reuters reports.many big name developers have created apps for the mobile space, often augmenting already existing properties on other platforms. for a long time, nintendo was hesitant to do that, seemingly over fears that it would eat into its lucrative portable gaming business. in 2016, though, that all changed and following the m ive success of pokémon go, super mario run be e the fastest growing app ever.while






dutch woman rescued after health crisis on antarctic cruise


wellington, new zealand — a dutch tourist aboard a cruise ship near antarctica who suffered a suspected stroke was successfully evacuated tuesday to a u.s. base on the frozen continent.new zealand's rescue coordination centre said the 66-year-old woman was flown on the ship's helicopter to mcmurdo station and is to fly on wednesday to new zealand, where she will receive further medical treatment.chris henshaw, a senior search and rescue officer, said conditions in antarctica make medical rescues complex and challenging."it's a long way from anywhere," he said. "there's not a lot of support out there."he said the woman was cared for by a doctor aboard the cruise ship ortelius, which sailed 670 kilometers (416 miles) off its normal route to get close to the base.henshaw said the doctor then






dutch woman rescued after health crisis on antarctic cruise


wellington, new zealand — a dutch tourist aboard a cruise ship near antarctica who suffered a suspected stroke was successfully evacuated tuesday to a u.s. base on the frozen continent.new zealand's rescue coordination centre said the 66-year-old woman was flown by the ship's helicopter to mcmurdo station and is due fly to new zealand on wednesday where she will receive further medical treatment.chris henshaw, a senior search and rescue officer, said the inhospitable conditions make medical rescues in antarctica complex and challenging."it's a long way from anywhere," he said. "there's not a lot of support out there."he said the woman was cared for by a doctor aboard the cruise ship ortelius, which sailed 670 kilometers (416 miles) off its normal route to get close to the base.henshaw said






todaytix - theater tickets


as the highest rated ticketing app on the play store, getting theater tickets has never been easier. created by broadway producers, todaytix brings you instant access to the best deals in theater today and this week. first launched for new york's broadway and off-broadway, todaytix is now available in london's west end, chicago, los angeles, the san francisco bay area, boston, washington d. c. , and connecticut, giving you unprecedented access to the best tickets at the best prices. todaytix simplifies and streamlines the previously difficult ticket buying experience. here's how: save money. take the guesswork out of buying theater tickets. we always list the best prices. save up to 50%. enter daily lotteries. win free tickets, access to exclusive deals, and more. skip the lines. book t






zenvo ts1 gt supercar to debut in geneva, specs


why it matters to you enthusiasts and dreamers alike can get excited about this hand-built, v8-powered supercar from denmarkzenvo is a tiny automaker from a tiny country, but it’s responsible for one of the most exciting supercars ever built. the st1 debuted in 2009 with a supercharged and turbocharged 6.8-liter v8 pumping out 1,100 horsepower and 1,050 pound-feet of torque. its monstrous power was complemented by a wild design, and it has been hand-built by a select team of danish craftsmen.last year, zenvo returned to the geneva motor show with an all-new model, the ts1 gt. though the ts1 looked similar to its predecessor, it had been thoroughly revamped for more downforce and an upgraded interior. oh, and zenvo replaced the 6.8-liter v8 with a 5.9-liter unit and traded a turbocharger f






asteroid 2017 bs32 earth flyby webcast by slooh


the online slooh community observatory hosted a live webcast at 3 p.m. est (2000 gmt) to discuss the earth flyby of asteroid 2017 bs32 today, feb. 2. asteroid 2017 bs32 is about the size of a house, according to nasa, and was discovered on jan. 30 and p ed close by earth today at 3:23 p.m. est (1032 gmt), coming within 101,000 miles (162,543 kilometers) of the planet. [preview story: newfound asteroid to buzz earth today]slooh's news release: for the third time in just four weeks, an asteroid will fly between the earth and the moon just days after its discovery. asteroid 2017 bs32 was discovered on january 30th and will come more than twice as close to the earth as the moon during its closest approach on february 2nd. this marks the latest in a cluster of late-discovered, close approach a






super bowl advertisers tread carefully in divisive climate


new york — super bowl advertisers are treading carefully this year to avoid alienating customers as a divisive political climate takes some of the buzz away from what is usually the biggest spectacle on tv.ad critic barbara lippert says that while "people need an escape," like the super bowl, this year's matchup on the field feels "so much less important than what's going on politically."to get the attention back, some advertisers are turning to nostalgia, celebrities and marketing stunts. p&g is ing up mr. clean, honda is featuring nine celebrities and snickers is running a live ad.others are touching on social issues, without being too blunt about it. budweiser won the pre-game buzz with a sweeping cinematic ad showcasing founder adolphus busch's 1857 immigration from germany to st.






super bowl advertisers tread carefully in divisive climate – the denver post


by mae anderson,the ociated pressnew york — super bowl advertisers are treading carefully this year to avoid alienating customers as a divisive political climate takes some of the buzz away from what is usually the biggest spectacle on tv.ad critic barbara lippert says that while “people need an escape,” like the super bowl, this year’s matchup on the field feels “so much less important than what’s going on politically.”to get the attention back, some advertisers are turning to nostalgia, celebrities and marketing stunts. p&g is ing up mr. clean, honda is featuring nine celebrities and snickers is running a live ad.others are touching on social issues, without being too blunt about it. budweiser won the pre-game buzz with a sweeping cinematic ad showcasing founder adolphus busch’s 1857






chicken wings or pizza? adobe discusses super bowl insights


new york — adobe mined its data on mobile ads, social sentiment and consumer purchasing to see what trends are bubbling up ahead of sunday's super bowl pitting the atlanta falcons against the new england patriots. among the findings: exciting matchups engage fans more, and chicken wings are favored over pizza.becky tasker, managing analyst for adobe, discussed the findings with the ociated press recently. questions and answers have been edited for clarity and length.___q: your data found that people watch fewer mobile ads in their entirety during bigger games like the super bowl, and even fewer at halftime. what does that show?a: one of the really interesting things that we were able to pull on mobile data was mobile ad completion rate.people are actually watching the content the nfl is pr






kellyanne conway lashes out at ‘haters’ who won’t let ‘bowling green m acre’ sto


spurned by cnn, pres. donald trump’s senior counselor kellyanne conway has turned to fox news to air her grievances against the mainstream media and the “haters” who continue to mock her “bowling green m acre” gaffe from earlier this week.in a urday night preview of her sunday appearance on fox news’ media buzz with howard kurtz, conway insisted that she misspoke by one word when she accused the media of covering up the “bowling green m acre” for political reasons.many of her critics are just “haters,” conway told kurtz in an interview taped urday. the iraqis arrested in bowling green, kentucky for attempting to smuggle weapons to iraq were “masterminds,” she said. “i had said that before. i should have said plot or i should have just called them terrorists.”“i clarified immediately,” she






dutch woman rescued after health crisis on antarctic cruise


wellington, new zealand (ap) — a dutch tourist aboard a cruise ship near antarctica who suffered a suspected stroke was successfully evacuated tuesday to a u.s. base on the frozen continent.new zealand’s rescue coordination centre said the 66-year-old woman was flown on the ship’s helicopter to mcmurdo station and is to fly on wednesday to new zealand, where she will receive further medical treatment.chris henshaw, a senior search and rescue officer, said conditions in antarctica make medical rescues complex and challenging.“it’s a long way from anywhere,” he said. “there’s not a lot of support out there.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.he said the woman was cared for by a doctor aboard the cruise ship ortelius, which sailed 670 kilometers (416 miles) off its norm






dutch woman rescued after health crisis on antarctic cruise


wellington, new zealand (ap) — a dutch tourist aboard a cruise ship near antarctica who suffered a suspected stroke was successfully evacuated tuesday to a u.s. base on the frozen continent.new zealand’s rescue coordination centre said the 66-year-old woman was flown by the ship’s helicopter to mcmurdo station and is due fly to new zealand on wednesday where she will receive further medical treatment.chris henshaw, a senior search and rescue officer, said the inhospitable conditions make medical rescues in antarctica complex and challenging.“it’s a long way from anywhere,” he said. “there’s not a lot of support out there.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.he said the woman was cared for by a doctor aboard the cruise ship ortelius, which sailed 670 kilometers (416 mi






over 80,000 people playing 'resident evil 7: biohazard' in vr


why it matters to you these numbers show that vr might have some real legs if compelling software is made.resident evil 7: biohazard is scary enough on a television screen, but try to imagine it right up in your face.according to the game’s official website, over 80,000 gamers have opted to play the new resident evil 7: biohazard in virtual reality, making it a major vr success.more:resident evil 7: biohazard reviewupon loading resident evil 7, gamers can opt-in for their statistics to be allocated. this will show how much in-game distance was traveled or how long players took to beat the game. another vital statistic shows which gamers opted to go with the playstation vr option.roughly 10 percent of gamers are playing the game with psvr headsets, making resident evil 7: biohazard a aaa v






super bowl advertisers tread carefully in divisive climate


new york (ap) — super bowl advertisers are treading carefully this year to avoid alienating customers as a divisive political climate takes some of the buzz away from what is usually the biggest spectacle on tv.ad critic barbara lippert says that while “people need an escape,” like the super bowl, this year’s matchup on the field feels “so much less important than what’s going on politically.”to get the attention back, some advertisers are turning to nostalgia, celebrities and marketing stunts. p&g is ing up mr. clean, honda is featuring nine celebrities and snickers is running a live ad.others are touching on social issues, without being too blunt about it. budweiser won the pre-game buzz with a sweeping cinematic ad showcasing founder adolphus busch’s 1857 immigration from germany to






arrival director denis villenueve will direct new dune movie


why it matters to you one of the most popular sci-fi literature franchises of all time will be adapted by the director of arrival and the upcoming blade runner sequel.with arrival inspiring buzz and blade runner 2049 poised to follow suit, director denis villeneuve is, not surprisingly, in high demand. and now the canadian director and writer has officially been hired to direct legendary’s dune adaptation.the news was confirmed by brian herbert, the son of dune author frank herbert, in a post on twitter. villeneuve’s involvement had been rumored since december 2016, several months after the filmmaker had publicly expressed interest in tackling another big-screen adaptation of the sci-fi saga during an interview.more: everything we know so far about blade runner 2049while there’s still som






watch live @ 3 pm est! asteroid 2017 bs32 earth flyby webcast by slooh


the online slooh will host a live webcast at 3 p.m. est (2000 gmt) to discuss the earth flyby of asteroid 2017 bs32 today, feb. 2. you can go to slooh.com to join and watch this live broadcast, snap and share your own p os during the event, chat with audience members and interact with the hosts, and personally control slooh's telescopes. asteroid 2017 bs32 is about the size of a house, according to nasa, and was discovered on jan. 30 and will p close by earth today at 3:23 p.m. est (1032 gmt) and fly within 101,000 miles (162,543 kilometers). the broadcast will also appear in the window below, courtesy of slooh, when the time comes. [preview story: newfound asteroid to buzz earth today]slooh's news release: for the third time in just four weeks, an asteroid will fly between the earth and






nintendo admits switch launch lineup is slim, promises continued support


why it matters to you nintendo is showing a committment to continued software support for the switch, avoiding the wii u's mistakes.the nintendo switch isn’t exactly coming out of the gate with the strongest launch lineup of games. aside from the obvious heavy hitter the legend of zelda: breath of the wild and the mini-game collection 1-2 switch, the majority of the games releasing alongside the system are ports from other consoles, but nintendo doesn’t believe this should concern fans.speaking at an investors’ meeting, nintendo president tatsumi kimishima admitted that critics have been unimpressed with the game’s limited launch titles.“some of those who have seen this lineup have expressed the opinion that the launch lineup is weak,” kimishima said. “our thinking in arranging the 2017 s






google patent shows how drone could be used in meetings


why it matters to you while most robotic teleconference systems today rely on bots with wheels, this new design suggests that an aerial approach to meetings may be best.if you already have trouble focusing at business meetings while colleagues are droning on, the addition of an actual drone could either be the best or worst thing to happen to your career. as per a new google patent, the tech giant has plans for a small, screen-equipped quadcopter that would buzz around a room, bringing the teleconference into the 21st century. while the patent was first filed back in august, it was only made public on thursday, and e with a couple of updates.the point of the drone is to help teleconferencing business partners “feel as if they are present, at the same location as that of the second users.”






nhl still unsure it if will participate in 2018 olympics


there was nothing new on the olympics front for the nhl, commissioner gary bettman said in his state-of-the-league address urday at staples center.whether the nhl will participate in the 2018 winter olympics in pyeongchang, south korea, has been a looming question and bettman addressed it in his opening remarks and said the league’s board of governors “spent 10 seconds” on it in that morning’s meeting.asked how long the issue can remain undecided, bettman said, “we’re not the ones setting deadlines.”nhl deputy commissioner bill daly reportedly said the sentiment among the board is they don’t want to participate and something would have to change their mind.the nhl benefited from the exposure of the 2010 vancouver olympics but has the same concerns about travel, money compen ion and the con






guess what science guy owns 'about 500' bow ties


p o: apthis week, a popular knowledge dude revealed that he possesses “about 500" bow ties, but can you guess which one?advertisementit’s bill nye. bill nye the science guy owns hundreds of goddamn bow ties.p o: apor so the science educator claimed during a recent conver ion with vogue promoting his debut as a runway model for fashion designer nick graham. the tuesday show, titled “life on mars: fall-winter 2035,” also featured astronaut buzz aldrin and some very shiny suits.in the same interview, nye explained what drew him to triangular neckwear in the first place. “i started in with bow ties as a waiter at the s’ athletic banquet in 11th grade,” nye told the magazine. “i found the bow tie made me looked dressed up. it also shows respect for those around you.”advertisement“and a bow tie






over 80,000 people playing 'resident evil 7: biohazard' in vr


why it matters to you these numbers show that vr might have some real legs if compelling software is made.resident evil 7: biohazard is scary enough on a television screen, but try to imagine it right up in your face.according to the game’s official website, over 80,000 gamers have opted to play the new resident evil 7: biohazard in virtual reality, making it a major vr success.more:resident evil 7: biohazard reviewupon loading resident evil 7, gamers can opt-in for their statistics to be allocated. this will show how much in-game distance was traveled or how long players took to beat the game. another vital statistic shows which gamers opted to go with the playstation vr option.roughly 10 percent of gamers are playing the game with psvr headsets, making resident evil 7: biohazard a aaa v






hundreds of protesters at rep. steve knight's office ask him not to repeal obama


kathy dechellis, a 64-year-old retired school teacher, stood in the hallway outside republican rep. steve knight's district office in santa clarita and recalled the last time she went to a political protest. it was 1971, when she was a college student at the university of san francisco and marched around golden gate park to protest the vietnam war. dechellis joined a crowd made up of retirees, young organizers and parents with toddlers who showed up at one of knight's three district offices to hand-deliver letters urging the palmdale republican not to vote to repeal the affordable care act, better known as obamacare. the protests were among several that have popped up in recent days outside the district offices of members of congress throughout the state. "i decided it was time to get






essential politics: protesters ask gop lawmaker to keep obamacare, schwarzenegge


kathy dechellis, a 64-year-old retired school teacher, stood in the hallway outside republican rep. steve knight's district office in santa clarita and recalled the last time she went to a political protest. it was 1971, when she was a college student at the university of san francisco and marched around golden gate park to protest the vietnam war. dechellis joined a crowd made up of retirees, young organizers and parents with toddlers who showed up at one of knight's three district offices to hand-deliver letters urging the palmdale republican not to vote to repeal the affordable care act, better known as obamacare. the protests were among several that have popped up in recent days outside the district offices of members of congress throughout the state. "i decided it was time to get






genetically-engineered donor cells possibly cure cancer in two infants


for decades, we’ve longed for the as-yet elusive cure for cancer, and one exciting possibility focused on genetically-engineering a person’s own cells to do it. a recent medical discover in the u.k. indicates it may not have to be the person’s own cells, though.according to mit technology review:treatments using engineered t-cells, commonly known as car-t, are new and not yet sold commercially. but they have shown stunning success against blood cancers. in studies so far by novartis and juno, about half of patients are permanently cured after receiving altered versions of their own blood cells.altering each individual patient’s cells involves enormous cost and effort. the significance of the u.k. experiment lies in the fact altered donor cells were used.the british infants, ages 11 and 16