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Google Pixel 5 Display Size & Refresh Rate Improvements Reportedly Coming

Although Google hasn’t revealed too many details about the upcoming Pixel 5, there have been a host of rumors online from reputable sources about the capabilities and design of the new device. Google has historically waited to reveal information about its upcoming Pixel devices until the release date is close, but details still get leaked […]

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Janelle & Daniele Make Big Brother History Competing On Seasons For 3 Decades

Janelle Pierzina and Daniele Donato Briones are making history with their Big Brother 22 All-Stars casting, becoming the first-ever houseguests to compete on a season that aired in each decade that this show has been on TV. Daniele came close to winning the $500,000 grand prize on her original season. However, the jury members believed Evel Dick played […]

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Ubisoft Editorial Vice President Fired After Misconduct Investigation

As part of its continuing efforts to combat sexual misconduct within its company, Ubisoft has fired editorial vice president Tommy Francois following a monthlong investigation into numerous complaints against him. The gaming industry has been rocked by several allegations of sexual harassment and assault over the past few months, among both developers and even high-profile […]

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John Wick Team Reuniting For Man From Nowhere Movie Remake

Chad Stehelski and Derek Kolstad, the respective directors and writers of the massively successful John Wick series, are reuniting for an American version of The Man from Nowhere. The remake of Lee Jeong-beom’s 2010 South Korean action-thriller (not to be confused with the 2016 Indian remake starring John Abraham) will come from New Line, produced by Stahelski and his […]

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Daisy Coleman Wiki, Age, Family, Suicide, Brother, Cause of Death, Rape, Tattoo, Story, Net Worth, Instagram

Daisy Coleman Biography – Daisy Coleman Wiki Catherine Daisy Coleman was an American women’s rights activist, tattoo artist, and co-founder of SafeBAE. She was featured in the 2016 Netflix documentary Audrie & Daisy. The 2016 Netflix documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” detailed Daisy Coleman and Audrie Pott’s experiences with sexual assault, and how their families coped […]

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Games & Online Harassment Hotline Established By Anita Sarkeesian

The Games and Online Harassment Hotline, brainchild of Feminist Frequency executive director Anita Sarkeesian, officially launched this week to help gamers, developers, and other online individuals dealing with toxic environments in gaming or the wider online community. Unfortunately, abuse and harassment have long been apart of virtual landscapes, but Sarkeesian and her team are releasing this […]

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Google Play Music App Shutdown Starts In September: What You Need To Know

Google Play Music, which was launched in 2011 to allow users to stream, buy songs to download, and store their music collections in the cloud, is completely giving way to the YouTube Music app. The staggered process of shutting down will be completed by December. On YouTube Music, users can not only stream music, but […]

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RHONJ: Teresa Giudice Poses With Her 4 Daughters In Rare Insta Pic

Teresa Giudice, an original cast member of The Real Housewives of New Jersey, posed for a picture with her four daughters, likely as they shot an episode of the series near the Jersey Shore. In a recent Instagram post, Teresa showed off her finely toned, 48-year-old body in a short, black jumpsuit, while her beautiful daughters showed off their own […]

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Bachelorette Clare Crawley 'Began Communicating' With Dale Moss Before Filming

Clare Crawley’s season of The Bachelorette keeps getting juicer and juicer. Now, an insider revealed Crawley had been communicating with the winner of her season before cameras started filming. Here’s what we know about the pair’s pre-production contact, and (spoiler alert!) what we know about Dale Moss, the contestant who got her final rose.  Shocking news […]

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10 Classic Police Movies That Could Never Be Made Today

Police are some of the most popular recurring characters in all of Hollywood. They even have multiple film genres dedicated to them, such as the crime procedural and buddy cop movies. But tastes change over time, as do societal attitudes – something being seen in the recent dialogues over police conduct across the United States. […]

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