Trends of the Week

Facebook requires additional verification for Pages with large US audience

As part of its efforts to be more transparent and accountable for its political influence, Facebook has announced changes to the verification process for Pages with a large following. The social network will require additional measures from Page administrators to prove their identity, in part to make it harder for Pages to be run by fake or compromised accounts.

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Anonymous deals with its QAnon branding problem

When you're a notorious hacking entity like Anonymous, and a pro-Trump conspiracy cult (QAnon) steals your branding (while claiming you're the impostor), the obvious thing to do is declare cyberwar. That's exactly what Anonymous did this past week in...

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Rare, one-of-a-kind mid-engine C4 Corvette selling for $120K

Chevrolet’s upcoming C8 Corvette is one of the most anticipated sports cars in the world right now for one key reason: it’s going to feature a long-awaited mid-mounted engine.

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All the Dresses We Want to Wear This Fall

Because it's just around the corner.

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GPS satellite essential to Space Force has been delayed again

Vice President Mike Pence laid out plans for the US Space Force on Thursday, calling out an advanced type of satellite, GPS III, that is apparently resistant to tampering. According to Bloomberg, however, this specific orbital machinery has been dela...

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96 Outfits to Wear When You’re Bored of Your Clothes

I can’t tell you how many times I’ve looked at the clothes in my closet and just stood there waiting for inspiration to strike me. In my mind, I know I’ve built a wardrobe of pieces I love that are able to be mixed together in new and interesting ways, but at a certain point, I’ll get stuck in a fashion rut where I’m wearing the same outfits over and over again.

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NBCUniversal may give viewers gift cards for streaming its shows

Most video streaming services come in three varieties: free with ads, as a subscription with ads, or as a subscription without ads. NBCUniversal is planning something entirely different, according to a new report, that not only won’t charge for a subscription, but will actively reward viewers who stream content. Planned content reportedly includes NBCU’s own shows and third-party videos

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I’ll take ‘Jeopardy’ on Hulu for $400, Alex

Jeopardy has been a mainstay of the TV landscape for 35 years, but you wouldn't know it if you didn't have conventional TV service. Thankfully, it's joining the modern era -- Hulu has announced that it's the first streaming service to carry the lege...

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No Man’s Sky NEXT finally got me to take the plunge

As far as gaming redemption stories go, there are few that are as incredible as that of No Man’s Sky. Developers – and more specifically excited studio leads – mess up all the time when it comes to hyping up a game, but few did it to the astonishing degree that Hello Games founder Sean Murray did with No Man’s … Continue reading

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36 Affordable Tops That Do the Work for You

Cheap thrills in fashion are easy to come by, but that doesn't mean they're all created equal. One of our favorite things to save on is cool tops

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