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Robbie Barrat, 17 year old, taught a bot to write its own rap lyrics by feeding it more than 6,000 Kanye West lines. The digital MC was developed using open-source software and a laptop.
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The latest TV Box to hit the market is the Beelink i68. It is an Android 5.1 TV box powered by Rockchip’s hottest 64-bit SoC, the RK3368. The box is garnering a lot of attention because of it
The craze for multi-functional devices among generation next remains unabated. Manufacturers of electronic devices are focusing on developing many such unique products to catch the attention of cus
Excelvan CL720D is a portable LED Projector with slot for digital TV Slot. This advanced device is a projector that allows you and your family and friends to enjoy your favorite programs on a large
Following an emergency decision to move to Amazon Web Services, Iceland’s Wow Air has wholeheartedly bought into the cloud
(Reuters) - Uber Technologies Inc has reached a settlement with Pennsylvania's taxi regulator to end the ride-sharing company's appeal of a record $11.4 million fine for operating illegally.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Republican head of the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday proposed easing regulatory requirements in the $45 billion business data services market, a win for comp
Kingdom Hearts III director Tetsuya Nomura recently tweeted some new Sora artwork to celebrate the franchise’s 15th anniversary, and fans have taken the homage as a chance to send the speculation m
TV-station owners may soon go on a buying spree, a consolidation wave that could limit programming options for viewers.              
If all the new Fitbits, Zombie running and diet-tracking apps in the world haven’t helped you lose weight, get fit, or stay healthier overall, you’re not alone, reports Jennifer Jolly    
Military officials, high-ranking senators and defense contractors are all reportedly worried Congress could pass another continuing budget resolution instead of a proper bill, sticking the armed serv
Las Vegas - A ballerina looking to remain important after a career-ending injury turns to the dark side in 20th Century Fox’s “Red Sparrow.” The studio unveiled the first trailer for the Jennifer Law
Underestimating the power of North Korea's nuclear weapons would be a grave mistake for the U.S., former Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) Director James Woolsey wrote in an op-ed in the Hill on Wedn
Fans got to see Black Lightning interact with Static Shock in Young Justice Season 2, and some are hoping to see the two characters together in live action when Black Lighting (hopefully) gets pic
If you've been shopping for a Nintendo Switch, head to Amazon now. The online retailer currently has a limited number of Nintendo Switch consoles with grey Joy-Con controllers in stock right now.  Fo
The Samsung Galaxy S8 was announced Wednesday and brings to the market a host of new features to the Galaxy S line. From iris scanning and facial recognition to the Bixby AI assistant, the Galaxy S8
Keeping her kiss with Lucious a secret from Angelo is already tough, but on “Empire” Season 3, episode 12, Cookie will be forced to deal with an even bigger secret that could ruin her relationship. “
The wage gap between black and white Americans has persisted for the past half century. In 1967, black families had a median household income of $24,7000, while white families earned a median income
Rejoice, tweeters! You now have more characters with which to craft the perfect response.
(Reuters) - A U.S. bankruptcy judge on Thursday cleared Westinghouse Electric Co, a unit of Japan's Toshiba Corp , to borrow an initial $350 million to support the company's global operations while it
We've tested these headphones to make sure they won't damage your little ones' hearing.             
Human trafficking, which can essentially be described as modern slavery, is among the world's most lucrative criminal enterprises with estimates reaching as high as $420 billion a year. The types of
Snag the Hoover WindTunnel just in time for spring cleaning.             
It had disappeared completely by the Tang Dynasty (618-907).
Denim has been a major staple in modern American clothing, and about 96 percent of U.S. consumers own a pair of jeans, according to Statistic Brain. So it might not be  entirely shocking to find out
Internet companies must figure out how to stop it from appearing in the first place, Amber Rudd said.             
This weekend, Auto Club Speedway hosted the Monster Energy Auto Club 400 Nascar race last weekend in Fontana, California. 
NASA said astronomers are using the Hubble Space Telescope to observe the remnants of a supernova , which could lead to the discovery of a "stellar survivor."
It might be streaming by on April Fools' Day, but this comet is no holiday prank.             
Scammers have been cold-calling people across the US in a bid to access their iCloud accounts. The data thieves are claiming to be from Apple support and ask for personal information.
Festo has unveiled an unnerving octopus-inspired device equipped with a flexible robotic tentacle. The gripper is made up of soft silicone lined with two rows of suction cups.
The visualization, created by engineer Ian Webster, allows users to view each meteor stream in relation to our entire solar system or even watch from the perspective of Earth.
Destiny 2 will release Sept. 8 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Developer Bungie announced the news Thursday after officially teasing the game earlier this week. Check out the game’s first te
The US space agency NASA has released a beautiful image of 'Earhart' propeller in Saturn's A ring.
Twitter has added another new update to the app and it’s one many users have clamored for. Users can now send replies to other users that are a full 140 characters without the username of the person
President Donald Trump hasn't yet completed his first 100 days, but some voters are already looking ahead to the next general election. And if Trump decides to run in 2020, he may face some stiff com
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Scott Pruitt decided to deny a petition to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos, which is said to harm children’s brains, the agency announced Wedn
A study has found that the carbon footprint of crime over the last 20 years has fallen.

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