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Welcome to the weekend! Before looking back at some highlights from the last few days we'll investigate the foibles of a few tech CEOs and take a ride in Porsche's hybrid wagon.
Emojiland runs through Sunday as part of the New York Musical Festival, and it endeavors to deal with weightier subjects than you might expect from a musical in which a woman dressed as a poop emoji brings the house down with a brassy, gospel-inspired number in a bathroom stall. But what is it like to actually sit through? Not bad, actually.
If a podcast interview results in the need to clarify whether or not you're defending Holocaust deniers, then it probably didn't go well.
Good luck living up to the notion that an engineer with aspiration and cash can change the world for the better.
A little bit of Liberty City is coming to GTA: Online very, very soon. "Gay" Tony Prince, first seen in Grand Theft Auto IV's "The Ballad of Gay Tony" expansion from 2009, is opening up a nightclub in Los Santos and needs your help.
With a price starting at $104,000, the 2018 Panamera 4 E-Hybrid Sport Turismo checks off a lot of boxes for potential Porsche owners that also have family obligations. The hybrid system adds power and efficiency, all wrapped in styling that makes you realize station wagons can be cool.
Toshiba has started building prototype sample flash memory with the highest capacity yet, 1.33 terabits (166GB) per chip. The 96-layer 3D NAND flash chips have four bits per cell, as compared to its current-gen three-bit tech, which allowed for chips with "only" 32GB. A typical package for flash storage, containing 16 of the chips, would have an astonishing 2.66 TB capacity, opening up new possibilities for faster, higher density SSDs and memory cards.
At Comic-Con Discovery executive producer and co-creator Alex Kurtzman revealed four "Short Treks" will arrive throughout the fall, as 10 - 15 minute standalone episodes. Rainn Wilson's character Harry Mudd will be featured in one, Aldis Hodge as Craft in another, while the other two follow characters Saru and Tilly. Oh, and there's a new trailer for season two.
But wait, there's more...
- Netflix and Shonda Rhimes reveal eight exclusive series in the works
- First 'Stranger Things' season 3 teaser is a perfect '80s mall ad
- Apple's MacBook eGPU is a step toward winning back creative pros
- Google, Facebook, Microsoft and Twitter unite to simplify data transfers
- What you need to know before building a HiFi system
- Smart record presses promise consistent audio quality at a global scale
- Nathan Fillion is a fitting star for an 'Uncharted' fan film
- Hey Google, Android actually does stifle competition
- How 'Mission: Impossible' made the leap to 4K and HDR
- Amazon founder Jeff Bezos is now the richest person in recent history
- You can legally download 3D-printed gun designs next month
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