2 LA Police Officers Play Pokémon Go On Patrol Get Fired

January 13, 2022

Two Los Angeles officers have lost their jobs after playing Pokémon GO, on duty. Instead of responding to a nearby call, Louis Lozano and Eric Mitchell were caught searching for Pokémon characters through the Pokémon GO app, according to a ruling this month from a California appellate court. That Saturday, a radio call for “a […]

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HBO TV Show “Insecure” Is Now A Mobile Game

November 30, 2021

HBO TV Show “Insecure” is now a Mobile Game. Black-owned game studio Glow Up have to create a new mobile game for Insecure fans. Glow Up Games and HBO have debuted free-to-play mobile game Insecure: The Come Up. The game puts players in the world of Issa Dee, Molly, and their friends, with all of […]

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If You Are Looking For A Sony PS5, Good Luck!

November 11, 2021

Sony has reportedly cut production plans for the PlayStation 5 due to component shortages and logistic constraints. Bloomberg cites sources familiar with Sony’s operations that say Sony was originally targeting more than 16 million PS5s. But, that figure has been cut down to about 15 million. The ongoing global chip shortage is one of the reasons for […]

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Is Facebook Making America Worse? Most Say Yes!

November 11, 2021

Is Facebook is making Americans society worse? A new CNN poll says Yes. With 76% to 11%, that Facebook makes society worse, not better. Another 13% say it has no effect either way. That broadly negative appraisal holds across gender, age and racial lines. Even frequent Facebook users — those who report using the site at […]

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9-Year-Old Saves Parents Life By Unlocking Face ID On Dads iPhone

November 4, 2021

Nine-year-old Jayline Barbosa Brandao from Boston saved her parents live. It all started on October 28th. Jayline’s mother, Marcelina Brandao, was overwhelmed by the carbon monoxide gas that filled their room, and it did not take long for her father to lose consciousness. She heard her dad yelling, after which she rushed to her parents’ room. […]

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Facebook Rebranding to ‘Meta,’ But the App Will Still Be Facebook

October 29, 2021

Yesterday, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made the announcement that Facebook’s new corporate name will be ‘Meta.’ This announcement is in effort to reimage the company’s public image from just a social network platform to tech innovator focused on building the next generation of online interaction, known as the “metaverse.” In a statement from Zuckerberg, he […]

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Would You Take Less Money To Work From Home? Over 60% Say Yes!

October 7, 2021

Would you take less money to work from home? Three in 5 workers (61%) said they were willing to take a pay cut to maintain their remote working status, according to a survey of 3,500 adult Americans by Goodhire. According to the survey, 68% of Americans would choose remote working options over in-office work. 85% […]

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Twitch Confirms Data Has Been Hacked

October 7, 2021

Twitch, the popular game streaming service, has confirmed that they have suffered what seems to be a major data breach. This game streaming service owned by Amazon has more than 7 million creators streaming every month. Twitch took to Twitter to share the news: We can confirm a breach has taken place. Our teams are […]

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Hulu Subscribers: Free Uber Eats Pass For 6 Months

October 1, 2021

If you are a current (or would like to be) subscriber of Hulu, then you are eligible to receive Uber Eats Pass free for 6 months! From now until January 1, 2022, you can get access to 6 free months of Uber Eats Pass, but you must sign up through Hulu. This deal saves you […]

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TikTok Reaches 1 Billion Active Users, Facebook Still King of Social Media

September 28, 2021

Is TikTok the King of All Social Media? Well No! Facebook is still number 1, with 2.9 billion monthly active users across the globe as of June 2021. But TikTok, founded in 2016 has more than one billion people around the world now. The popular video streaming and social media platform’s growth has been explosive. […]

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