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1. Competitive 'Pac-Man' is heading to casinos next year14:00[−]

If you think you're good at Pac-Man, it's time to put your money where your Pac-mouth is.

A competitive form of Pac-Man is coming to casinos, pitting two to four players against each other with a cash prize on the line. The game is debuting at the Global Gaming Expo in early October, and it's called Pac-Man Battle Casino.

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Pac-Man Battle Casino is based off of 2011's Pac-Man Battle Royale, an arcade game for up to four players where each player controls a different Pac-Man as they try to eat each other. The Battle Casino version uses this same general concept as players try to out-eat each other (while eating as many pellets and ghosts as possible), but instead of feeding quarters into a machine, you can put quite a lot more money on the line (and hopefully win your investment back). Read more...

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2. Lightning bolt eyebrows are here to make you long for the end of absurd brow trends13:53[−]

There are some things the world desperately needs more of. Compassion and kindness, for instance.

One thing the world does not need any more of, however, is eyebrow trends. 

As we reel from squiggle brows, braided brows, and feather brows, here comes another one! Lightning bolt brows. 

Instagram beauty blogger shinybeautiz has created the rather niche look, which involves pencilling one's brows into a distinctly bolt-like shape. She's added matching liquid eyeliner bolts for added effect, too. 

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3. Idris Elba reads romantic fan fiction about himself and it's wonderfully awkward13:21[−]

How would you feel if you had to read out a stranger's fantasy about sculpting your body out of wet sand? Turns out Idris Elba can just about handle it.

In a promotional video for his upcoming film The Mountain Between Us, Elba reads out genuine Idris Elba-inspired fan-fiction. There's no indication as to how many takes it took for Elba to read it all out with a straight face, but considering just how whacky the romantic tales get about him, surely he must have broken down into tears/laughter at least once or twice? Read more...

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4. Everything is garbage but at least Prince Harry and Meghan Markle held hands in public12:48[−]

Not since the Victorian era has the general public been so shook at two people holding hands in public. 

But, these two star-crossed, hand-holding lovers are no ordinary people. They're Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. And, they just made their very first public appearance since word got out about their courtship. 

Harry and Meghan were every inch the couple as they sat courtside at the 2017 Invictus Games in Toronto watching the wheelchair tennis semi-finals between Australia and New Zealand. 

Just look at them, smiling and flirting together. Read more...

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5. Seth Meyers agrees with NFL player that Trump is an 'asshole'12:47[−]

Last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the comedian did an in-depth analysis of Trump's recent feud with the #TakeAKnee protests. Funnily enough, the president did not come off well.

Meyers looked at the strange development of this story with the help of comedian Amber Ruffin.

The analysis covers Trump's initial (and slightly bizarre) call to fire NFL players who take a knee and the subsequent backlash. Star athletes like LeBron James and Stephen Curry have given their voices to calling the president out for his comments, and Trump's even managed to alienate wealthy supporters of his such as Dan Snyder and Bob Kraft.  Read more...

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6. 'IT: Chapter Two' gets a release date and it's sooner than you think12:28[−]

Get ready to float again, guys.

The second part of Stephen King's IT movie adaptation is coming back to theatres on 6 September 2019, New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. announced, according to Hollywood Reporter and Variety

Gary Dauberman is reportedly working on the script and Andy Muschietti, director of the record-breaking first installment, will also make a comeback along with producers Barbara Muschietti, Roy Lee, Dan Lin, Seth Grahame-Smith and David Katzenberg. 

IT has become the biggest R-rated horror movie ever earning $478.1 million globally.  Read more...

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7. 'Jigsaw' film runs blood drive in protest of 'discriminatory' donation rules12:18[−]

One of the world's goriest and most lucrative film franchises returns this October, along with a provocative marketing campaign: a blood drive.

To promote the upcoming release of the eighth film in the Saw horror franchise, Jigsaw, Lionsgate is running an actual blood drive, popping up in 25 cities across the U.S., starting with New York on Oct. 5.

Image: Jigsaw/Lionsgate

Lionsgate rolled out the campaign online, dubbed "All Types Welcome," on Sunday, according to The New York Times. The slogan is a reaction against the FDA's controversial blood donation rules, one of which prohibits men from donating if they've had sex with another man within the last 12 months. These donor referral rules, which the FDA claims as HIV-preventative, have been slammed as discriminatory toward gay and bisexual men.  Read more...

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8. 'The X-Files' stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny also take a knee11:34[−]

While Donald Trump continues to hammer the NFL and its players over kneeling protests during the national anthem, the people in the entertainment world have stepped in to show their support.

The latest comes from The X-Files stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny, who both tweeted a photo of them kneeling and linking arms on set on Monday night.

The photo was simply accompanied by the hashtag #TakeAKnee and #TheXFiles, and with no further statement.

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9. Humans not allowed: This interactive art exhibition is for your cats and dogs11:24[−]
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10. BMW produces giant wireless charging pad for your car10:30[−]

Just when you were getting used to the idea of wirelessly charging your iPhone 8, BMW's jumped on the bandwagon with a giant wireless charging pad for your car.

The German auto maker explains in a blog post that it's planning on making a wireless inductive charger available in 2018.

The charging pad — essentially a giant version of the Qi chargers you put your smartphones on — will first come to the BMW 530e iPerformance plug-in hybrid, before other electric models.

As BMW shows in this video, you'll need to carefully drive your car over the plate, aligning the charging plate under your car with the pad on the ground. Read more...

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11. Velcro puts out music video begging you to stop calling those Velcro fasteners 'Velcro'10:01[−]

Velcro's legal team really really needs you to stop calling those Velcro-type fasteners Velcro. Because it's infringing its trademark, and making its lawyers cry.

In fact, Velcro is so desperate to get the word out that it's put out a music video explaining that the proper name for "velcro" is hook and loop fasteners. Catchy. It's also got an email address set up at dontsayvelcro@velcro.com, so you get the point.

For what it's worth, we're pretty sure Xerox, Chapstick, Band-Aid and Google feel your pain, Velcro. Read more...

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12. Coca-Cola with coffee: Meet the 'Nuts and Gum' of sodas09:24[−]

The humble soda hasn't been getting a lot of good press lately, but you know what everyone still loves? Coffee.

It might just be why Coca-Cola has latched onto our favourite caffeinated beverage, combining it into the (not so catchily named) Coca-Cola Plus Coffee No Sugar.

The soda is launching first in Australia as a limited edition item ahead of the country's summer, following the hype from Coca-Cola Ginger, which was released same time last year. 

Here's what it apparently tastes like, according to the company's press release: Read more...

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13. Watch Haim's sullen new short film 'Valentine' directed by Paul Thomas Anderson07:24[−]

One of the best sister trios since Charmed, Haim, has released a rare new in-studio video steered by Boogie Nights and There Will Be Blood director Paul Thomas Anderson.

The new short film, Valentine, was released on Monday, after premiering in New York and Los Angeles in July, reports Rolling Stone. The 14-minute film features rare footage of Este, Danielle and Alana Haim recording of three songs from their latest LP Something to Tell You. 

SEE ALSO: HAIM's cover of Shania Twain's 'That Don't Impress Me Much' is seriously unreal

The clip kicks off with an already released in-studio early recording of single "Right Now," featuring Este and Alana going absolutely ham on the percussion. Seriously, during the whole film, watching all three Haim sisters smash the drums is a delight. Read more...

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14. Google Maps and Lyft could soon be waaay more accurate thanks to this new GPS chip06:54[−]

Tired of your Lyft driver not knowing exactly where you are? A new extremely accurate GPS chip could help solve that problem — all while consuming half the power of current chips.

Broadcom's BCM47755 chip will allow smartphones to be accurate within 30 centimeters, the company said at a conference in Portland, according to IEEE Spectrum. That's compared to the current standard of 3 to 5 meters, the company said. Broadcom also said the BCM47755 would be more effective in cities than older chips. 

All of this would make them very useful for location-based apps.  Read more...

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15. Dad tells cops he was speeding home to, um, well you know06:07[−]

We're sure drivers cook up all sorts of excuses when they've been pulled over by a cop, but this reason is certainly earnest, to say the least.

Dalwallinu Police from Western Australia shared a photo of a speeding ticket via Twitter on Monday, showing a truck driver who had driven 37 kilometres per hour (23 miles) over the speed limit.

The driver's excuse to police for speeding? "I needed to shit, kids have given me gastro." Nope, we're not making this up, here's the ticket:

Two in 25 min. Loss of licence. #doubledemerits pic.twitter.com/bpFjj0LBqG

— Dalwallinu Police (@DalwallinuPol) September 25, 2017 Read more...

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16. Trump basically blamed Puerto Rico for the devastation from Hurricane Maria06:00[−]

It's been five days since President Donald Trump last tweeted about Hurricane Maria hitting Puerto Rico. And his new tone-deaf comments Monday aren't going over well.

One would think if it takes that long to further comment after a deadly Category 4 storm wracked a U.S. territory of 3.4 million people with hurricane-force winds and 40 inches of rain, the tweets would be a thoughtful response to an island in ruin. Wait, we're talking about Trump. Never mind.

Trump seemed to blame Puerto Rico for the devastation in a series of three tweets sent out Monday night. He negs all over Puerto Rico, from its infrastructure to financial issues, as he describes the disaster. Read more...

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17. 'America's Team' kneeled before the national anthem on Monday Night Football04:02[−]

The Dallas Cowboys are about as American as American football gets, and even they kneeled before their game Monday night against the Arizona Cardinals. 

To be clear, "America's Team" — along with its famous billionaire owner Jerry Jones — kneeled before the national anthem on Monday Night Football. 

That's not quite the same as kneeling during the anthem. Still, some fans booed the team after the gesture was over. 

Fans in Arizona booing the Cowboys for kneeling before the anthem pic.twitter.com/RKW1ZRnugB

— Jon Machota (@jonmachota) September 26, 2017 Read more...

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18. Twitter finally breaks silence on why it's never suspended President Trump03:40[−]

Twitter finally has an answer for critics who claim that the social network gives President Donald Trump a pass on his inflammatory tweets.

A company spokesman said Monday that it takes into account "newsworthiness" and potential public interest when deciding whether or not a particular tweet violates the company's rules for appropriate conduct.

The statement came in response to calls for Twitter to take action against the president's account for a tweet threatening North Korea this weekend. The North Korean government claimed the tweet was a "clear declaration of war," and a case could easily be made that it broke Twitter's rules prohibiting harassment and content that incites violence.  Read more...

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19. Intel introduces an experimental 'self-learning' chip to make robots smarter02:24[−]

Intel just introduced a new type of chip that could have big implications for artificial intelligence. 

The company is experimenting with a new "self-learning" chip that's designed to learn like the human brain. 

Called the "Intel Loihi test chip," the processor is what Intel calls a "neuromorphic chip," meaning it's designed to learn from its environment. The chip could be used for an array of AI-intensive applications, but the company says it will be particularly impactful in industrial automation and personal robotics. Read more...

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20. Kristen Schaal's joke on slacktivism in the Trump era is all of us02:23[−]

At the LA Largo at the Coronet last Thursday night, the existential terror of making people laugh for a living in this age of perpetual global crisis was on full display. 

Through a night of standup performances, the cast and creative team behind Bob's Burgers teamed up with the International Rescue Committee to raise funds for famine relief and refugee resettlement from Yemen. 

Host Kristen Schaal (voice of Louise Belcher), kicked off the night by telling the crowd that, "We're gonna feed some hungry refugee kids. I decided not to do the research cause I didn't wanna get depressed. I mean, I have to be fun tonight!" Read more...

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21. Trump's Howard Stern interviews have finally been unearthed, and they're just as bad as you imagined02:12[−]

The man who once bragged about sexual assault also joked that he groped his wife in public, newly unearthed recordings first obtained by Newsweek reveal.

Who woulda thunk?

An archive of Trump's conversations with Howard Stern over several years were made public Monday. They were first made available via Newsweek from troves of audio recordings made available by the website FactBase. The conversations reveal some of Trump's deepest insecurities (these are, obviously, infinite).

FactBase 's Trump database aims to catalogue everything the President has ever said, written or tweeted. The site's developers had previously made a call for people to release the Trump Stern recordings. During the election, Stern refused to release any of the recordings, arguing that the candidate had appeared on his show for entertainment, not political, purposes. Read more...

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22. Fox News' Shep Smith says Trump throwing 'red meat' to his base over NFL protests02:02[−]

Donald Trump may be boycotting the NFL, but he should also probably stop watching cable news if he wants to avoid criticism for trashing players who protest.

On Monday, a day after more than 200 NFL players took a knee, sat, or stayed in the locker room during the national anthem, even Fox News' Shepard Smith is defending their right to protest. 

Fox's Shep Smith: It's being framed as players attacking the anthem, troops, & the flag....that's not what they're doing and we're complicit pic.twitter.com/Ia31dz5Zka

— Media Matters (@mmfa) September 25, 2017 Read more...

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23. How to Take Food Pics That Don't Suck02:00[−]
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24. Elon Musk will give a big SpaceX talk about Mars this week. Here's what we know01:58[−]

No one will ever say that Elon Musk lacks ambition.

The billionaire entrepreneur has founded multiple successful companies like Tesla and Solar City, both in the name of making humanity more sustainable on Earth. 

But perhaps his most ambitious project yet involves another planet entirely.

It's no secret that Musk wants to use his private spaceflight company to take us to Mars. He even detailed his vision of the plan in a big presentation last year, explaining that he wants the trip to have a cruise ship kind of vibe. 

However, some details of that red planet mission (or missions) are still somewhat fuzzy. Read more...

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25. Michael Jordan thinks the Warriors shouldn't be 'demonized or ostracized'01:43[−]

Even Michael Jordan is stepping into the political fray. 

The basketball great and Hornets owner released a statement over the weekend in response to the Golden State Warriors' decision to not visit the White House and Trump's rescinded invitation to the NBA champions.

Jordan said in a statement in the Charlotte Observer, "Those who exercise the right to peacefully express themselves should not be demonized or ostracized."

His full statement reads: 

Silver had commended the Warriors for "taking an active role" and "continuing to speak out on critically important issues."  Read more...

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26. Apple finally ditches Bing for Siri's search results01:26[−]

The next time you ask Siri a question, Apple's AI will finally offer up search results to help you find an answer using Google, like the rest of the civilized world.   

Apple is dumping Microsoft's Bing as the default search platform for Siri, Search inside iOS, and Spotlight on Macs in favor of Google, according to Tech Crunch

The iPhone maker said that the switch is being made in order to create a more "consistent web search experience" for its users, since Google is currently the default search engine on its Safari browser thanks to a reported $3 billion annual deal between the two companies.  Read more...

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27. Quiz tells Chris Pratt he's actually Chris Evans, and now everyone's confused00:59[−]

Chris Pratt can't shake being pitted against the three other white men named Chris ( Evans, Hemsworth, and Pine) who happen to be in the same profession as him. It's gotten so bad he's taking online quizzes, as one does, to find himself.

On Sunday night, the actor took an "Are You Chris, Chris, Chris, or Chris?" quiz, and the good news is he got the answer "Chris." The bad news? It wasn't the right Chris.

"Dude I suck at quizzes," Pratt wrote on Twitter with a screenshot of his results that revealed he was none other than the king of the Chrises, Chris Evans Don't @ usRead more...

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28. These bugs might solve the problem of robots that fall and can't get up00:24[−]

When a robot falls over, it usually can't get up — at least not without difficulty. To address the trouble of downed robots, scientists are taking a cue from the natural world, examining how click beetles right themselves after taking a tumble. 

Researchers at The University of Illinois of Urbana-Champaign found that the insects often topple over, but have a natural self-righting mechanism that robots could emulate. The team published their research online on Monday and also presented their findings at Living Machines 2017: The 6th International Conference on Biomimetic and Biohybrid Systems at Stanford University. Read more...

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29. Here's what's happening to your iPhone battery life in iOS 1100:17[−]
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30. Dad bod Batman drawn by an 11-year-old girl is the hero this city needs00:15[−]

If you’ve ever wondered what a middle-aged Batman with a dad bod might look like, this young artist has got you covered.  

Reddit user, knittymcknitpants uploaded some photos of her 11-year-old daughter's wonderful Batman drawings Monday, much to the delight of everyone who saw them. 

They feature Batman lounging around a beach wearing suspenders, a cape and the hero’s iconic mask. He looks like he's having fun. 

Image: Via Reddit user knittymcknitpants

User knittymcknitpants also uploaded a video showing her daughter working on the masterpieces, to prove to a cynical Reddit that this deal is real. Read more...

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