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Pinterest wants you to take a deep breath, literally July 22, 2019

Pinterest isn’t your typical social network — for starts, its 250 million users spend their time creating collections of things that make them happy, rather than competing to spread news that might end up making someone sad. But when Pinterest users search the platform for something dreary anyhow, the company doesn’t have qualms about stepping […]

Anthony Carboni shows up and makes us all yell at each other (Tomorrow Daily 387 show notes) – CNET

On today’s show Anthony Carboni stops by to talk podcasting and “What’s News” on Comic-Con HQ. He’s not nearly the monster Jeff said he was…or is he?
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Adnan Syed, of 'Serial' podcast, granted new trial in murder case – CNET

The Baltimore man’s conviction became the subject of a popular podcast that speculated on his guilt and whether he received a fair trial.
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NASA partners with Apple on Jupiter mission soundtrack – CNET

Space agency and iPhone maker team up to create songs inspired by Juno probe’s mission.
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Facebook cuts Paper app from its lineup – CNET

The world’s largest social network initially created its Paper app to experiment with new ways to read Facebook. Two and a half years later, it’s being shut down.
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Lego brilliantly confronts dad who works too hard and doesn't see 6-year-old – CNET

Technically Incorrect: In a very clever ad, Lego shows how a child uses fantasy to make up for not seeing dad. In one case, the toymaker guilts the father into seeing his kid create those fantasies. In public.
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White House says data can help fix America's overcrowded jails – CNET

Obama’s latest initiative will help to direct low-level offenders and people with mental issues out of the jail system.
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Nickelback-hating meme must stop, says comedian Jim Gaffigan – CNET

Technically Incorrect: You’re supposed to hate Nickelback because you’re supposed to hate Nickelback. On Conan O’Brien’s show, Gaffigan asks why.
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Virgin America launches Snapchat selfie filter because selfies – CNET

Technically Incorrect: Virgin America gives you mood-lit selfies. You’ve always wanted those.
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Apple said to be in talks to acquire music service Tidal – CNET

Apple may be looking to bolster its music offerings with the addition of the Jay Z-owned subscription service, the Wall Street Journal reports.
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Aerosmith guitarist making music with Monster – CNET

Aerosmith’s Joe Perry has announced he is working on a set of speakers and headphones focused on classic rock with one of the companies behind the Beats brand.
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Use virtual reality to find a new apartment – CNET

Need a new place to live, but no time to visit potential properties? VR can help.
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Microsoft Office 365 email outage affecting some US customers

An Office 365 email outage is affecting a number of users who are unable to send or receive messages. Exchange Online Protection’s filtering infrastructure could be at fault.
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Android Nougat? Really? Here are at least eight better names – CNET

Commentary: The Googleplex has christened the next version of Android to be nougat, after a sweet treat not all people understand. Surely we could do better?
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​Tesla under investigation after fatal Model S Autopilot crash – Roadshow

A Tesla Model S sedan has tragically been involved in a fatal crash, and use of the car’s Autopilot system is under investigation.
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'90s Oregon Trail lets you die from dial-up, not dysentery – CNET

Why die from snake bites in the Oregon Trail game when you can suffer from 1990s problems like bad haircuts and unexpected digital pet deaths in Crystal Pepsi Trail?
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Anti-BuzzFeed petition #StopBuzzThieves starts – CNET

Internet denizen Akilah Hughes launches an online petition against BuzzFeed for allegedly taking others’ ideas without compensation.
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Unlikely bedfellows: Tesla, Ruby Tuesday enter Supercharger partnership – Roadshow

Good ideas come from strange places sometimes.
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See Jupiter's auroras, bigger than Earth, 'throwing a fireworks party' – CNET

The Hubble Space Telescope is spying breathtaking auroras on Jupiter. The Juno spacecraft rides amid the solar wind that creates them while on its way to the gas giant.
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First 'AT&T Thanks' buy-one, get-one offer takes your friend to the movies, just because – CNET

Subscribers to AT&T who buy a ticket to AMC or Regal theaters will get one free after validating their mobile number.
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Eagle-mounted 360 camera offers stunning bird's-eye view of Scottish highlands – CNET

If you’ve ever wanted a bird’s eye view of the Scottish highlands, wish no more.
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Android N is officially called Nougat – CNET

Google announces the name of the latest version of its mobile software, after asking fans in May to chime in with suggestions.
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Disney's gamer-loving 'Wreck-It Ralph 2' comes to theaters in 2018 – CNET

Too bad the dry, lengthy announcement on Facebook Live almost wrecked it for us.
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Microsoft delivers preview of Office Delve app for Windows 10

Microsoft’s preview of its Office Delve app for Windows 10 is available for download. And new travel and delivery tracking options are coming to Outlook.
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Netflix's 'Orange Is the New Black' would have been cable's No. 2 show – CNET

A Nielsen report seen by The Wall Street Journal shows massive viewership numbers for the crew at Litchfield Penitentiary.
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AI, Frankenstein? Not so fast, experts say – CNET

It’s easy to worry about what artificial intelligence will deal us. Some people are trying to sort things out before we get too far down the road.
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