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“netflix, my ass.” those were the fighting words sony pictures chairman tom rothman threw out in front of hundreds of movie theater owners here monday night, boasting about the studio’s upcoming slate.while sony unveiled footage from a handful of blockbuster hopefuls — an adaptation of stephen king’s “dark tower,” a reboot of the kids’ flick “jumanji” and the new “spider-man” flick — the executive was most bullish about this summer’s “blade runner 2049.”rothman made his netflix diss after footage from the new denis villeneuve film played, insinuating that the movie’s theatrical experience will exceed anything offered on the streaming site. (sony, by the way, is only releasing “blade runner 2049” internationally; warner bros. is handling the domestic opening.)a sequel to ridley scott’s 1982






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the nissan driver's guide is an application based on augmented reality technology. it will help you to learn and understand more about your vehicle. the application is available for all the following vehicles: * qashqai * juke * x-trail * pulsar * micra * note * leaf * navara when you want detailed information about a particular on or switch, simply point the era of your smartphone at that object or area containing the object. an interactive pop up appears on the screen of your phone and with a single touch you are quickly provided with the information you require. when a warning light is displayed on your vehicle's combination meter, the nissan driver's guide provides you with quick access to additional information. point the era of your phone at the combination meter and with a single






‘slum pope’ and billionaire us president to meet may 24


vatican city (ap) — when pope francis meets with president donald trump at the vatican may 24, the world will be watching how the argentine “slum pope” interacts with the brash, new york billionaire-turned-president.on many issues, the two men couldn’t be more different. francis wants bridges between nations, not the walls trump is building. francis wants an end to the use of fossil fuels, while trump has pledged to cancel payments to u.n. climate change programs and pull out of the paris climate accord. u.s. bishops have praised the trump administration for its abortion stance, but oppose republican health care reform plans because of the impact on the poor.despite the obvious differences, trump and francis share a populist appeal and speak with a down-to-earth simplicity that has endeare






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saif ali khan give us a tour of kalakaandipost rangoon, saif ali khan is now all set for his upcoming movie kalakaandi which was previously tittled  kalagandi.  saif playing a character named  rileen and gives us a glimpse into it all... "it’s a weird name but then it’s a weird script. rileen is a straitlaced banker who has never jumped a red light or smoked a cigarette in his life. then he came to know that he has cancer and not long to live, suddenly everything has changed. his brother is getting married and his party, rileen pops acid that one of the guys there offers him, and it turns out to be the best night of his life as he interacts with two mafia guys, played by deepak dobriyal and vijay raaz and a couple played by kunaal roy kaur and shobhita dhulipala.” he further adds, “unlike






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saif ali khan give us a tour of kalakaandipost rangoon, saif ali khan is now all set for his upcoming movie kalakaandi which was previously tittle  kalagandi.  saif playing a character named  rileen and gives us a glimpse into it all... "it’s a weird name but then it’s a weird script. rileen is a straitlaced banker who has never jumped a red light or smoked a cigarette in his life. then he came to know that he has cancer and not long to live, suddenly everything has changed. his brother is getting married and his party, rileen pops acid that one of the guys there offers him, and it turns out to be the best night of his life as he interacts with two mafia guys, played by deepak dobriyal and vijay raaz and a couple played by kunaal roy kaur and shobhita dhulipala.” he further adds, “unlike r






watch how portal would work in the real world thanks to microsoft hololens


valve’s portal series is one of the more beloved in pc gaming, thanks to its debut of unique puzzle mechanics to inject some fresh life in the tired first-person action genre. the game looks even more interesting when you’re using its unique mechanics overlaid on the real world, with virtual objects interacting seamlessly with concrete things like tables, walls and floors.that’s exactly what happens in the tech demo above, which was created by kenny w, a developer working on augmented reality games, and whose previous projects include equally impressive functioning ar takes on the pokémon franchise.kenny’s latest project puts portal’s signature portals in vr, along with a companion cube that interacts not only with the portals themselves, but also with physical surfaces and objects includi






2017 fantasy baseball: the fielding chronicles– boston red sox


the most common question at this point is why we are reading about fielding on a fantasy baseball site. simply put, fielding interacts with pitching more than we can comment. this makes perfect sense. out of 27 outs, 10 of them might come via strikeout. so, fielders are responsible for approximately two-thirds of the outs pitchers get. therefore, it is important to pay attention to how efficiently those fielders get those outs.the boston red sox are expected to advance far in the playoffs based a top-heavy pitching staff. whether those pitchers will be successful or not could depend a lot on the fielding that takes place behind them. bad fielding could stop those good pitchers in their tracks. good fielding could make them look even better than what they are.for our purposes here, we are u






american gods' jesus shows what happens when a god becomes too popular


starzwhen you first get into american gods and begin to wrap your head around its central premise—that gods are real people who feed on human belief—there’s one god in particular who’s conspicuously missing from neil gaiman’s original book and most of the first season of starz’s television adaptation: jesus christ. that is, until the season finale.in this week’s episode, “come to jesus,” we finally got a chance to properly meet the carpenter and learn what life is like when you’re one of the most famous gods in the world. turns out, life’s kind of dull when you’re an (relatively) old god who’s managed to remain relevant in the modern age.in gaiman’s 2001 novel, there are a handful of passing references to jesus, but the character never makes an appearance or directly interacts with anyone.






samsung announces bixby, new ai assistant for galaxy s8


image: istockphoto/pixtum on monday, ahead of the launch for samsung's galaxy s8 later this month, the company unveiled its new digital assistant, bixby, which will be present with the flagship phone at launch and will later roll out to other products. announced via press release, bixby is an artificial intelligence (ai)-based interface that samsung said was designed to be fundamentally different from other assistants on the market. in the release, samsung noted that bixby was developed with the philosophy of "instead of humans learning how the machine interacts with the world (a reflection of the abilities of designers), it is the machine that needs to learn and adapt to us." another part of the approach to bixby, the release said, was that the interface should be intuitive, and shouldn't






vikings gm spielman hasn't lost faith in himself or his system


phoenix — so how confident is vikings general manager rick spielman that his team will return to the postseason after a one-year absence and win a playoff game for the first time since he was promoted to general manager in 2012?“very confident,” spielman said monday during the annual nfl meetings at the arizona biltmore hotel. “i think everybody in our building is very confident of that. we’ve worked extremely hard. the coaches, all our scouts, all the football operations, are working extremely hard. we’re very confident that we will have a very good football team next year.”the vikings haven’t won a playoff game since brett favre led them to a 34-3 victory over the dallas cowboys on jan. 17, 2010 — 2,642 days ago. they are 0-3 in playoff games since that day, including one-and-done appear






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phoenix — so how confident is vikings general manager rick spielman that his team will return to the postseason after a one-year absence and win a playoff game for the first time since he was promoted to general manager in 2012?“very confident,” spielman said monday during the annual league meetings at the arizona biltmore hotel. “i think everybody in our building is very confident of that. we’ve worked extremely hard. the coaches, all our scouts, all the football operations, are working extremely hard. we’re very confident that we will have a very good football team next year.”the vikings haven’t won a playoff game since brett favre led them to a 34-3 win over the dallas cowboys on jan. 17, 2010 — 2,642 days ago. they’re 0-3 in playoff games since that day, including one-and-done appearan






uk media's obsession with jeremy corbyn | uk


under uk regulatory laws, the country's broadcast media are legally required to be balanced in their coverage. but ahead of the country's june 8 elections, the left-wing labour party is facing down a right-leaning british media, and jeremy corbyn's leadership is a major sub-plot in the election story.the sun, the daily mail and others have been openly hostile towards corbyn since he took over the leadership in 2015."i think journalists over time will be seen more and more as press officers of the party of government," explains aaron bastani, co-founder of novara media."rupert murdoch is a supremely powerful man in british public life. in 18 months between spring and summer 2015 and the autumn of 2016, there were 20 meetings between either murdoch or his representatives and the prime minist






learn the basics of music theory with this interactive tutorial


image credit: abletonas a fan of music, i’d love to learn how to make a song. devoting time to learning music theory, however, isn’t exactly on my list of priorities. music lessons are intimidating, they’re a little inconvenient, and definitely pricey.so this interactive tutorial on beat-making from ableton is perfect for the budding musician in all of us. it’s got a ton a tools that make advanced concepts dead simple, especially since you can play with them yourself.ios: if you want to really kill it at karaoke, approximately hitting the notes won’t be good…read more the lessons are broken up in chapters and subsequent lessons, starting with the basics of beat-making. the lessons break down what you need to know in just a few sentences, provide an example of the concept. each lesson, from






the most sensitive dark matter detector releases its first results


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vijay iyer jazzes up the ojai music festival


the ojai music festival began thursday night by demonstrating three sides of vijay iyer. there are more, which the festival promises to unveil over the weekend. but three is a start.iyer is the first jazz musician to be the festival’s music director. he comes from a long line of jazz musicians who have moved out of the category, notably back to gershwin and ellington, but with roots as far back as the 19th century gottschalk. indeed identity has been so much an issue of jazz for so long that many have come to dislike the term, stuck with it we pretty much are.in iyer’s afternoon talk thursday, the elegant, soft-spoken 45-year-old pianist and harvard professor cattily noted that he found music critics to be homogenous, no doubt a term of some disparagement for this multitasker. there is pro






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until now, pepper the robot has required programming knowledge to control, a fact that’s proven a pain point toward wider adoption (well, that and the fact that it hasn’t started shipping widely here in the u.s.). this morning, the company debuted promoter, a browser-based solution that lets anyone customize the robot’s movements — albeit within a fairly limited scope.the promoter application, which the company promises will be the first of several solutions to come, is essentially a mix of choosing between responses and filling out text forms in order to provide a relatively differentiated experience when the robot interacts with customers, grabbing their attention out in front of a store and attempting to convince them to surrender important contact and other marketable information on it






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does the large hadron collider actually disprove ghosts?


image: har gobind singh khalsa/flickrthe large hadron collider sits underground, spanning over five miles across beneath the bucolic suburbs of geneva, switzerland. this metal behemoth serves to try and understand the most basic building blocks of our universe. the question stands, then: if ghosts are real, shouldn’t the lhc have found them?advertisementthat, at least, is what british physicist brian cox, advanced fellow of particle physics at the university of manchester, thinks. he made his opinions clear on the bbc radio four’s the infinite monkey cage radio show last week (transcript from realclearscience):“if we want some sort of pattern that carries information about our living cells to persist then we must specify precisely what medium carries that pattern and how it interacts with






dark matter probe on space station to be revitalized


cape canaveral, fla. — after six years in space, the alpha magnetic spectrometer (ams), a sensitive particle detector aboard the international space station, is being prepared for a cooling system retrofit to keep the instrument operational until the station's retirement in 2024 or beyond.  station commander peggy whitson and newly arrived rookie flight-engineer jack fischer, both with nasa, will kick off preliminary work on the $2 billion, 8.5-ton (77 metric tons) science instrument on a spacewalk tomorrow (may 12).  during their spacewalk, which is scheduled to last 6.5 hours, the astronauts plan to install a cable so engineers can test a data circuit in the ams. the instrument was installed outside the station during the final flight of space shuttle endeavour, in may 2011. [photos: ams






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walmart launches new tech startup incubator, as e-commerce war with amazon heats


walmart is stepping up e-commerce business with a new tech incubator. image: walmart walmart is launching a new startup incubator as it pushes further into tech to enhance its e-commerce services and help it better compete with other online retailers such as amazon.the incubator, named store no. 8, will partner with venture capitalists, startups, and academic institutions to develop new retail tech in robotics, virtual and augmented reality, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. it will operate as a separate entity from walmart to give the new companies a chance to develop without being under the looming walmart shadow.the retail giant is busy revamping its e-commerce lineup, which became apparent last summer when walmart acquired jet.com for $3.3 billion. this year, walmart has a






slum pope/billionaire: pontiff and us president to meet


vatican city — oh, to be a fly on the wall.when pope francis meets with president donald trump at the vatican next month, the world will be watching how the argentine "slum pope" interacts with the brash, new york billionaire-turned-president.on many issues, the two men couldn't be more different. francis wants bridges between nations, not the walls trump is building. francis brought back a dozen muslim syrian refugees with him when he went to greece, while trump has tried to impose a travel ban on people from a half-dozen mostly muslim nations.francis wants an end to the use of fossil fuels, while trump has pledged to cancel payments to u.n. climate change programs and pull out of the paris climate accord. u.s. bishops have praised the trump administration for its abortion stance, but opp






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indie game emily is away too celebrates the wild west of early social media


gif ah, the good old days of early 2000s internet, when you could easily share copyrighted music on youtube, facebook poking was still a thing, and instant messenger could make or break a friendship.emily is away too, the sequel to the indie video game hit emily is away, updates the game from its aol-esque roots to something that resonates more with millennials who grew up in the early days of social media. the game does an amazing job recreating the look, feel, and tone of a teenage girl’s windows xp-enabled computer, circa 2004 to 2006. i really felt like i was in my late teens again, chatting online with best friends evelyn and emily... and trying really really hard not to make them mad.spoilers: you’ll probably make them mad.all images: steamunlike the first game, which stuck mostly wi






indie game emily is away too celebrates the wild west of early social media


gif ah, the good old days of early 2000s internet, when you could easily share copyrighted music on youtube, facebook poking was still a thing, and instant messenger could make or break a friendship.emily is away too, the sequel to the indie video game hit emily is away, updates the game from its aol-esque roots to something that resonates more with millennials who grew up in the early days of social media. the game does an amazing job recreating the look, feel, and tone of a teenage girl’s windows xp-enabled computer, circa 2004 to 2006. i really felt like i was in my late teens again, chatting online with best friends evelyn and emily... and trying really really hard not to make them mad.spoilers: you’ll probably make them mad.all images: steamunlike the first game, which stuck mostly wi






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flash storage and persistent memory may require application re-writes


significant changes are needed to optimize enterprise software for running on flash storage and persistent memory. that's according to experts at microsoft, dell-emc, and others who said their companies are already underway in preparing major products for the transitions—but who also agree that more work will be needed, some of it yet to be determined.see: hardware inventory policy (tech pro research) flash storage, which replaces hard disks that have spinning media with hard disks that have chips, is already establishing its place in data centers and on individual computers. persistent memory—also known as storage-class memory, and which is the concept of a computer architecture where all data lives in non-volatile ram, with no hard disk of any kind—is on the cusp of moving from laborator






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new york (ap) — pbs is collaborating with the bbc on a special live event this summer where cameras will try to catch bears, wolves, eagles and other wildlife in their natural habitat in alaska.“wild alaska live” will air over three nights on pbs on july 23, 26 and 30. cameras placed in the tongass national forest, the kenai fjords national park, in hallo bay and other locations will hunt for wildlife as the show discusses how the state’s human population interacts with nature.the show is similar to “big blue live,” a 2015 event focused on marine life in california’s monterey bay. that was another partnership with the bbc, said beth hoppe, chief programming officer at pbs.“live natural history has really caught on for them,” hoppe said. “for them, it’s a big spectacle. for us, it’s a way t






pbs airing live nature special from alaska this summer


new york — pbs is collaborating with the bbc on a special live event this summer where cameras will try to catch bears, wolves, eagles and other wildlife in their natural habitat in alaska."wild alaska live" will air over three nights on pbs on july 23, 26 and 30. cameras placed in the tongass national forest, the kenai fjords national park, in hallo bay and other locations will hunt for wildlife as the show discusses how the state's human population interacts with nature.the show is similar to "big blue live," a 2015 event focused on marine life in california's monterey bay. that was another partnership with the bbc, said beth hoppe, chief programming officer at pbs."live natural history has really caught on for them," hoppe said. "for them, it's a big spectacle. for us, it's a way to dip






sane australia launches bipolar app that detects onset of mania


mental health organisation sane australia has developed a mobile application that can alert people living with bipolar mood disorder, as well as their nominated loved one or mental health professional, to the potential onset of mania -- thereby providing an important window for intervention. the app works by monitoring the way a person living with bipolar interacts with their digital devices, and over time, behavioural patterns emerge that are matched against other benchmarks for well-being. when potentially unhealthy patterns are detected, the individual living with bipolar and their nominated trusted person are both notified so they can take action to prevent or lessen the severity of a manic episode. latest australian news"the service acts like a utility, alerting people to those patter






gov. jerry brown's budget team drops its hotly debated plans to redefine the sta


with questions mounting about the legal justification for omitting some $22 billion in expenses from california's long-standing spending cap, gov. jerry brown's administration dropped the plan thursday while promising to work on the issue again later this year.brown's advisors told the assembly budget committee that this could include some changes in state law to clarify the rules surrounding what's known as the "gann limit," a cap on state spending growth imposed by voters in 1979. the cap has rarely come into play in state budgeting in recent years, as it was loosened by a subsequent ballot measure in 1990. the governor's administration said it continues to worry about how the law interacts with other mandates related to school funding."school financing has changed significantly since th






large fries? extra sauce? why mcdonald's wants to track all your dining habits.


you know a lot about mcdonald's, but mcdonald's doesn't know much about you.at least not yet.by year's end, the world's largest burger chain will roll out nationwide a mobile ordering system that will collect a wealth of data about the habits of customers — everything from what kind of burgers they prefer to how often they swing through the drive-thru. mcdonald's plans to use the information to customize the way it interacts with diners. imagine, for example, having the mcdonald's app on your phone suggest a milkshake to go with your twice-weekly quarter pounder order. despite a management shake-up at mcdonald's this week that saw the departures of the heads of marketing, menu strategy and digital, analysts expect the chain's innovation plans to continue moving forward. the ability to coll






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vitamin c reduces the risk of leukemia, and may also be useful as chemotherapy for the blood cancer, according to two recent studies.both studies examined how vitamin c affects the metabolism and genetics of blood-forming, or hematopoietic stem cells. mutations in these cells can give rise to various blood cancers.a study released monday found that human and mouse hematopoietic stem cells absorb unusually large amounts of vitamin c. when the cells were depleted of vitamin c, they were more likely to turn into leukemia cells.the results indicate the importance of taking 100 percent of the recommended amount of ascorbate, or vitamin c, especially for older people, said senior study author sean morrison, director of the children’s medical center research institute at ut southwestern. the stud






large fries? extra sauce? why mcdonald's wants to track all your dining habits.


you know a lot about mcdonald's, but mcdonald's doesn't know much about you.at least not yet.by year's end, the world's largest burger chain will roll out nationwide a mobile ordering system that will collect a wealth of data about the habits of customers — everything from what kind of burgers they prefer to how often they swing through the drive-thru.mcdonald's plans to use the information to customize the way it interacts with diners. imagine, for example, having the mcdonald's app on your phone suggest a milkshake to go with your twice-weekly quarter pounder order. despite a management shake-up at mcdonald's this week that saw the departures of the heads of marketing, menu strategy and digital, analysts expect the chain's innovation plans to continue moving forward.the ability to collec






large fries? extra sauce? why mcdonald's wants to track all your dining habits.


you know a lot about mcdonald's, but mcdonald's doesn't know much about you.at least not yet.by year's end, the world's largest burger chain will roll out nationwide a mobile ordering system that will collect a wealth of data about the habits of customers — everything from what kind of burgers they prefer to how often they swing through the drive-thru.mcdonald's plans to use the information to customize the way it interacts with diners. imagine, for example, having the mcdonald's app on your phone suggest a milkshake to go with your twice-weekly quarter pounder order.despite a management shake-up at mcdonald's this week that saw the departures of the heads of marketing, menu strategy and digital, analysts expect the chain's innovation plans to continue moving forward.the ability to collect






trinity lutheran confirms religious folks can participate in public life


when a church interacts with the government, how much entanglement is too much? where must states draw the line if they wish to avoid violating laws mandating minimal state involvement with religion? the exact boundaries are fuzzy, but in trinity lutheran church v. comer, the supreme court gave those lines some definition and struck a blow for religious liberty in the process.the case is the latest installment in the long-running series of suits that seek to define the rules of church-state interaction. early americans worried about the government trying to establish a state church, as european governments did. we have overcome that problem. in this more secular age, church-state disputes focus not on government forcing a religion on us, but on government discrimination against all religio