HQ Trivia nabs Target to sponsor game with biggest ever single winner prize of $100K

HQ Trivia is aiming to attract more players following a slight decline in downloads with a new, large prize. The company announced today it has bagged Target to sponsor to sponsor a special Emmy-themed game featuring its biggest-ever single winner prize of $100,000. The game will air on Monday, September 17…

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Twitter turned Fox News’ coverage of the Manafort and Cohen trials into a hilarious meme

YouTube is the latest social platform to roll out time management tools.Image: Jaap Arriens/NurPhoto via Getty Images Google is worried about your digital health. More specifically, your addiction to watching hours upon hours of YouTube videos.  The search engine giant’s video giant, YouTube — the second most trafficked website in the…

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These 20+ Pics Show How Dystopic Our Society Already Is, And Its Terrifying

The term ‘boring dystopia’ was coined by Fisher in 2015 and refers to the subliminal coercion that abounds in a capitalist society. So subtle, in fact, that unless you’re looking you might not realize its happening. Charlie Booker’s Black Mirror is the closest fantasy depiction of this theory, with his…

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New Russia meddling claims put Trump on spot over Putin

(CNN)President Donald Trump is facing fresh political heat over his relationship with Vladimir Putin over details of a new Russian hacking strike against US democracy that emerged hours after he again cast doubt on Moscow’s interference in the 2016 presidential race. Earlier this month, the White House put on an…

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With Florence’s death and destruction came acts of bravery and selflessness

(CNN)The death and destruction wrought by Tropical Storm Florence has been punctuated with stories of bravery, generosity and resilience. Here are some of those stories: ‘It takes a special person’ Annazette Riley-Cromartie her husband, three children and dog sought shelter from the storm in the attic of their home in…

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The Science Behind Social Science Gets Shaken UpAgain

Taking a lice-grade comb to press coverage of Hillary Clinton during the 2016 presidential campaign can feel a little like relitigating, but in light of recent news about President Donald Trump, consider this article: “It Really Doesn’t Matter if Hillary Clinton Is Dishonest.” Published in the Washington Post just before…

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