Domino’s Has a New Pizza Delivery Robot That Lets You Track Your Order While It Drives It Over

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To ensure that you are not without its pizza, the company has dispatched a delivery robot at one of the stores that it says will make the pizza right to customers.
 

Twitter, Facebook, and Snap are reportedly part of White House vaccination campaign

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Facebook, Twitter, and Snap are among the companies that will assist with the Biden administration's promotional campaign for vaccine eligibility, Axios reported.
 

Crypto Market Plummets Following Week of Coinbase-fueled Hype

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Bitcoin prices tanked by roughly 14% in 24 hours, from $61,530 to $52,829, the token’s biggest one-day drop since February, before rebounding slightly, according to the cryptoasset price-tracking site CoinMarketCap.
 

Watch NASA’s mission control track the first flight on Mars

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The twin-blade rotorcraft will try to ascend 10 feet above ground and hover in place for 30 seconds while cameras on NASA’s Perseverance rover record the historic attempt from a distance.
 

Horror Mangaka Junji Ito Rates the Internet's Spookiest Monsters

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Master horror mangaka Junji Ito’s most popular books and stories, Uzumaki, Tomie, and The Hanging Balloon, contain some of the most disturbing imagery ever to burrow deep into your brain.
 

Black Panther's Ryan Coogler Explains Why He Won't Move the Sequel From Georgia

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Black Panther director Ryan Coogler has penned an article expressing his feelings on shooting the film’s sequel in Georgia, in the wake of the state senate’s decision to vote for restrictions to voting rights with Senate Bill 202.
 

Charles Geschke, co-founder of Adobe and co-inventor of the PDF, has died at 81

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“This is a huge loss for the entire Adobe community and the technology industry, for whom he has been a guide and hero for decades,” Adobe CEO Shantanu Narayen said in an email to Adobe employees.
 

Memory maker aims to develop DDR5 modules clocked at over 10,000 MHz

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We still have to wait a bit more for the adoption of DDR5 as the new standard, but manufacturers are already hard at work on it.
 

Washington state votes to ban new gas car sales by 2030

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The Verge reports that Washington state's House and Senate have voted for a bill amendment, Clean Cars 2030, that would phase out new gas car sales from the 2030 model year onward — electric vehicles would be your only choice after that.
 

U.S. Federal Investigators Are Reportedly Looking Into Codecov Security Breach, Undetected for Months

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federal investigators are purportedly looking into a security breach at Codecov, a platform used to test software code with more than 29,000 customers worldwide, Reuters reported on Saturday.
 

Roblox to introduce content ratings for games to better restrict age-inappropriate content

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Virtual gaming platform Roblox is developing content ratings for games and easier-to-use parental controls, the company’s chief privacy officer Remy Malan told The Wall Street Journal.
 

Google introducing a feature in Chrome 90 to create links to highlighted text on a webpage

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An upcoming feature in Chrome 90 will allow users to create a link to a section of a website that they’ve highlighted.
 

Amazon has canceled its Lord of the Rings MMO game

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The game was to be set “at a time long before the events of The Lord of the Rings, exploring lands, people and creatures never seen before by fans of the Tolkien universe,” according to an announcement from Athlon at the time.
 

NASA reschedules Ingenuity helicopter’s first flight on Mars for Monday

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The craft was scheduled to take flight April 11th, but last weekend NASA said data from a high-speed rotor test showed the test sequence ended early, as Ingenuity’s computer tried to switch from pre-flight to flight mode The date was pushed back again after Ingenuity experienced a minor software glitch.
 

During Indianapolis shooting, FedEx cell phone policy meant some family members couldn’t reach workers

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During a mass shooting at a FedEx facility in Indianapolis on Thursday, a company policy barring some employees from having their cell phones on them while working prevented family members from being able to contact workers inside the facility, The New York Times reported.
 

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