Give Amazon A 3D Scan Of Your Body, Get A $25 Gift Card

If you take part in Amazon’s latest research project you can get a $25 gift card. The research involves digital 3D scans of people’s bodies and those who agree to do it are given a $25 Amazon gift card. This study is reportedly being conducted by Amazon at two locations in New York City.

Exact Air Pollution From All Power Plants Globally Will Soon Be Revealed

Power plants, particularly those that run on fossil fuels, tend to pollute the environment. No wonder countries are increasingly shifting to more renewable and green sources of energy to reduce their impact on the environment. WattTime, a nonprofit artificial intelligence firm, will soon provide valuable data which will track air pollution from every power plant in the world.

HBO Says There Won’t Be Any Game of Thrones Sequels

The ending of Game of Thrones, controversial as it may be, might have given some the impression that HBO might develop sequels. The premium cable giant has now confirmed that this won’t be the case. It has previously confirmed that a prequel is indeed in development but it won’t have anything to do with Game of Thrones.

Terminator: Dark Fate Trailer Brings Back Linda Hamilton’s Sarah Connor

There has been a lot of anticipation for the new Terminator movie and fans are going to like the fact that the first trailer for Terminator: Dark Fate has been released today. It brings back a familiar face, Linda Hamilton’s, who is returning to reprise her iconic role as Sarah Connor.


Google Pay Is Coming To New York’s MTA

Google has been working with transit agencies across the globe to bring Google Pay support and make it easier for users to pay for their public transit journeys. New York City is now joining that list. The city’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority is going to enable the “pay per ride” feature for phones starting May 31st as part of a public pilot at select subway stations and Staten Island buses.

NASA Is Now Letting You Sign Up For A Boarding Pass To Mars

Have you always dreamed of going into space and to explore new worlds and planets? If you have, your dream might sort of come true. NASA has announced that for those who are interested, they can sign up to get themselves a boarding pass to Mars. Now, this doesn’t mean that you will get to fly to Mars, but rather your name will be on the Mars 2020 rover, meaning […]

Uber Eats May Offer Unlimited Delivery Pass For $9.99

If you rely on Uber Eats for most of your meals you may notice that the delivery fees can add up rather quickly. To provide more flexibility to regular customers, it appears that the ride-hailing company’s food delivery service will soon offer customers an unlimited free delivery pass. It will be called the Uber Eats Pass and will cost $9.99.

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Netflix Release Confirmed

Netflix subscribers will be excited to hear that Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is coming to the streaming service. The company officially confirmed today when they will be able to stream this title on-demand. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse will be available on Netflix starting late next month.

California Considers Facial Recognition Ban On Police Body Cams

Facial recognition is kind of at an awkward phase right now. While there is no doubt a lot of use for the technology, such as identifying criminals who are on the run, not many are receptive to the idea that they might be walking around and being recognized by security cameras without their consent or knowledge.

Google Will Be Adjusting How YouTube Subscriber Count Is Displayed

In this day and age of social media, many of us have become obsessed with the number of likes a post gets, the number of subscribers we have, and so on. We’re not sure if this obsession is healthy, and as such, companies such as Instagram have tested out some ways to manage it, such as hiding the “Like” counter.

Washington Is The First US State To Make Human Composting Legal

Nature can sometimes be scary in times of natural disasters, but it is also wondrous and amazing, like when organic waste can be broken down and used as fertilizer for other things. For example, used tea bags and coffee grounds are used quite frequently when it comes to home-made composts.

For The Past 14 Years, Google Stored Some Business Passwords In Plain Text

The integrity of an online account is determined by the strength of its password. If you were to use passwords like “123456”, it wouldn’t even need a hacker to figure it out. Of course, not only do passwords need to be secure but the method of storing them as well. After all, if a company does not secure its password storage, anyone with access will have no problems reading it.

Game Of Thrones Author Hints That The Book’s Ending Will Be Different From The Show

HBO’s Game of Thrones has finally come to an end after 9 long years, but the ending has left many with mixed feelings. Some have praised how the show has ended and thought it was a good wrap up, but others felt a bit cheated, and have point out how the final season felt very rushed as it had fewer episodes compared to previous seasons.

Game Of Thrones Series Finale Breaks All Previous Records

HBO’s Game of Thrones is no stranger to setting records. As the series continued to get popular year after year, it would often break viewership records for season premieres and finales. With Sunday’s last-ever episode of the series, one could expect that it would break all previous records, and it did.