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Facebook is testing augmented reality ads in the News Feed

Facebook is making advertisers new ways to show off their products, in particular with regard to augmented reality. At its F8 developer conference earlier this year, Facebook announced that it was working

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University of Wyoming’s ‘cowboy’ slogan rustles up some controversy

A new University of Wyoming slogan, “The world necessity more cowboys, ” has some arguing that it’s sexist.( University of Wyoming)“The world necessity more cowboys,

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Trump administration’s opposition to breastfeeding resolution sparks outrage

US delegation to the World Health Assembly reportedly deployed threats to try to browbeat nations into backing off the resolutionAdvocates for improved nutrition for babies have carried outrage over

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Netflix paid no UK corporate tax last year and got a 200k rebate

Netflix UK earned 500 m but most revenues are booked through Netherlands HQNetflix received a EUR1 99,000( PS174, 000) tax rebate from the UK government last year and paid no corporation tax, despite

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Indiana police seize orange ecstasy pills featuring Trump’s face in drug bust

Orange Trump great again pills are the latest narcotic trend, turning up in a series of bustsIndiana state police have seized a shipment of orange ecstasy capsules that bear the face of Donald Trump.

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East Coast train line under public control

Image copyright PA Image caption The route will now be known as the London North Eastern Railway( LNER ), a name last being implemented in the 1940 s Rail services on the East Coast Main Line are

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The good men: inside the all-male group taking on modern masculinity

In the hometown of Jordan Peterson, the evangelist of white male resentment, a different and thoughtful mankinds movement vies to be heardOn a warm Tuesday evening, a dozen boys collected on lounges

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We designed Canada’s cities for cars, not people and the people are dying | Jennifer Keesmaat

Torontos latest toll of cyclists and pedestrian fatalities is scarcely unique, says urban planner Jennifer KeesmaatIn the last two years, 93 pedestrians or cyclists have died violently on the street

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Get impregnated by World Cup stars and win free Whoppers, says Burger King

Burger Kings Russian division has apologized for a social media campaign offering free burgers for life to women who get pregnant by football playersBurger King has apologized for a poor-taste advertising

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Marketing firm accidentally exposes 340 million records online

Picture illustration( REUTERS/ Pawel Kopczynski)A little-known marketing firm may have exposed the personal information of every adult in the US. On Wednesday, a security researcher named

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