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<div>5 questions we have before Sony's big PlayStation event</div>

Sony executives and developers will take the stage Wednesday in New York for an ambiguously titled “PlayStation Meeting.” But despite the obtuse title, we know a bit of what’s being discussed, thanks to Sony’s previous releases and some very leaky retailers. Sony will undoubtedly spend time highlighting the upcoming PlayStation Neo, which it announced in...CONTINUE READING

<div>Guess what? Any phone could explode, not just Samsung's Galaxy Note7.</div>

It really sucks to be Samsung right now. Just when the company launches its Galaxy Note7, its best smartphone ever — one that I called the best smartphone on the planet — reports of devices exploding have forced the company to halt production and provide an unofficial recall through an “exchange program.” SEE ALSO: Samsung...CONTINUE READING
Category:Android, Explosions

<div>Student's senior portrait is seriously on fleek thanks to his genius trick</div>

Between the fake tuxedos, off-the-shoulder drapes, cheesy backgrounds and subpar lighting, yearbook pictures have a history of just not turning out great. Makeup artist and high school senior James Charles is changing that with a simple trick: the 17-year-old brought his own ring light to the shoot. SEE ALSO: Teen keeps it super real in...CONTINUE READING

Miles Teller apologizes to the internet for his terrifying bleached hair

While there may be no particular science to whether or not certain people can pull off certain looks, sometimes, a hair experiment qualifies as objectively stomach-churning.  This summer, Miles Teller learned that lesson when the actor and natural brunette bleached his hair. After some deeply upsetting results, he is taking the necessary steps to earn...CONTINUE READING
Category:Celebrities, Hair

<div>Black and white: Why Megan Rapinoe's support for Colin Kaepernick is so important</div>

If it’s true that sports can be a powerful lens through which to view bigger issues in American society, many recent events have come with a disturbing — yet seldom acknowledged — visual subtext.   That subtext: When the professional sports stage is leveraged to spotlight the continuing systemic mistreatment of many black people in...CONTINUE READING
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