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Ali Ahamed’s black satchel was overflowing with turtles, their tiny heads poking out. Just a few feet away, on the hotel room floor, roughly 20 larger turtles with dark brown shells were removed from black suitcases and flipped onto their backs to keep them from crawling under the couch.
‘Stranger Things 3’ is a subscriber magnet: 13% of ex-Netflix users signing up again to watch show, study finds
Netflix can’t be happy about the looming departures of Friends (for WarnerMedia’s newly announced HBO Max in 2020) and The Office (for NBCUniversal’s service in 2021) – two of the platform’s most-streamed shows.
Joe Taslim is the first actor signed up for the Mortal Kombat movie adaptation, in which he will play fearless ninja Sub-Zero.
Welcoming new, returning, and continuing players into the sci-fi world of Warframe is a new introductory video directed by Dan Trachtenberg of 10 Cloverfield Lane and the upcoming Uncharted.
US President Donald Trump is gearing up for a fresh assault on Silicon Valley this week with a “social media summit” – inviting conservative critics of Big Tech but excluding the big online platforms themselves.
Amsterdam’s famed Rijksmuseum will on July 8 begin the biggest ever restoration of Rembrandt’s “The Night Watch”, erecting a huge glass cage around the painting so the public can see the work carried out live.
Home to a Peach Street, an Orange Street and a Lemon Street, the Fruit Belt district of Buffalo, New York, has been known by that name since German settlers planted orchards there in the 1800s.
In a first, Canon is preparing to launch a new camera exclusively on Indiegogo, a crowdfunding platform. Called Ivy Rec, the miniature wireless camera is waterproof and shock-resistant.
Before patrons can enter the basic convenience store in Tacoma, Washington, a camera under a red awning will take a picture and use artificial intelligence to decide whether the image matches any in a database of known robbers and shoplifters at that location.
In Argentina's remote northern province of Jujuy, Chinese telecoms giant ZTE is installing a little slice of the Asian nation's vast surveillance state – security cameras that the local government says will help to curb street crime.