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T-Mobile and Sprint May Offload $6 Billion in Assets to Dish As Part of Merger Deal With DOJ
T-Mobile and Sprint May Offload $6 Billion in Assets to Dish As Part of Merger Deal With DOJ
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Dish Network Corp. is “in talks” to buy up assets that T-Mobile and Sprint are planning to sell off in order to have their terrible merger approved by antitrust authorities, Bloomberg reported on... [ ]
Why We Will Always Love the Humble Heroism of Captain Picard
Why We Will Always Love the Humble Heroism of Captain Picard
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“It’s for the children...I’m a role model,” Jean-Luc Picard awkwardly jokes when a Starfleet Admiral hailing the Enterprise notices the rainbow-colored “Captain Picard Day” banner in the background of their communique in “The... [ ]
The Original NES Console Had a Motion Control Joystick 15 Years Before the Nintendo Wii Did
The Original NES Console Had a Motion Control Joystick 15 Years Before the Nintendo Wii Did
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Remember how the Wii’s groundbreaking motion controls helped Nintendo sell over 100 million consoles? Well, it turns out it wasn’t actually the first Nintendo console you could play by flailing around a joystick.... [ ]
One of the World’s Most Ancient Cities Experienced Surprisingly Modern Problems
One of the World’s Most Ancient Cities Experienced Surprisingly Modern Problems
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New archaeological evidence suggests the inhabitants of Çatalhöyük, an ancient city founded over 9,000 years ago in what is now Turkey, were subject to many urban problems we’re familiar with today, including overcrowding,... [ ]
HP Spectre x360 15 Review: A Slick Laptop That's Nearly Ruined by One Stupid Mistake
HP Spectre x360 15 Review: A Slick Laptop That's Nearly Ruined by One Stupid Mistake
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The HP Spectre x360 15-inch laptop is a lovely machine. Impeccably designed, powerful enough for most big tasks, and featuring a new 15.6-inch OLED display that will make your eyes weep with joy.... [ ]
An Appreciation of the Postal Mailbox—and How Its Latest Design Diminishes the Magic of Mail
An Appreciation of the Postal Mailbox—and How Its Latest Design Diminishes the Magic of Mail
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An Appreciation of the Postal Mailbox—and How Its Latest Design Diminishes the Magic of Mail (click to see stats)

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Depending on where you live, you may have noticed a new type of mailbox appearing on your local streets. At first glance, they look like the same signature blue boxes with rounded tops... [ ]