Can You Beat 400 People at U.S. Geography?

Just where the hell is Wyoming, anyway? If a survey of 400 people on the Internet is any indication, most of us have no idea.The folks at Movoto wanted to test common theories about geographic illiteracy against real-time results.

Can You Beat 400 People at U.S. Geography?

Just where the hell is Wyoming, anyway? If a survey of 400 people on the Internet is any indication, most of us have no idea.The folks at Movoto wanted to test common theories about geographic illiteracy against real-time results.

The best iPhone XR pre-order deals all in one place

Sound the iPhone claxon for all to hear because you can now pre-order the iPhone XR.SEE ALSO: The best iPhone deals in the UK for OctoberWhat exactly is the iPhone XR and how does it differ from the XS and XS Max we hear you ask?Well, let's not pretend that is has everything that the XS has,

Put Thanos' face on a pumpkin and you'll get a pretty glorious Photoshop battle

Halloween will soon be upon us, which means that it's almost the time of year where we collectively turn the humble pumpkin into an elaborately carved and decorated work of art.SEE ALSO: This artist's incredible,

What you need to know about the two spacecraft launching to Mercury Friday

Most deep space missions send spacecraft hurtling far from the sun, into the frozen unknown hundreds of millions of miles beyond Earth. But on Friday, the European Space Agency (ESA) will blast two orbiters to heavily cratered Mercury, the planet closest to the sun.

Actually, Banksy meant to shred the whole painting. Now it's likely worth much more.

In a 'Director's half cut' uploaded on YouTube, Banksy revealed the secret shredding mechanism he had installed inside the frame of a copy of  “Girl With Balloon.”It was supposed to shred the whole canvas, but seems to have gotten stuck.

BBC presenter wins posthumous radio award for cancer podcast

Rachael Bland touched many people's lives through her work as a presenter on BBC Radio 5 Live. Bland died in early September from breast cancer after sharing her experience of living with cancer on her podcast, "You, Me and The Big C". Less than two months after her death,

This scientist keeps winning money from people who bet against climate change

James Annan keeps winning. Annan, a climate scientist and director of the Blue Skies Research Organization, has won numerous bets over the last decade against scientists from a variety of academic backgrounds. In short, people keep betting him that the world will cool or warm slightly,

iPhone XS Battery Surprise

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Neil Young's Long Fight to Restore the Quality of Music

Neil Young has been disappointed by the sound of his own music for more than 30 years.Back in 1982, Young listened to some of his songs on a CD for the first time and couldn't help but "question what had happened" to the sound quality. CDs had just come to market that year and some, like Young,

To Sell His Honey, Chinese Man Covers His Entire Body in Bees

Covering yourself in bees is one way to generate marketing buzz.She Ping, a Chinese beekeeper and honey merchant, covered his body in more than 460,000 bees in a publicity stunt designed to increase sales of his honey using a technique called "bee bearding."See also: Follow the Honey:

A-List Investors, 1 Million Downloads: Is Selfie App 'Shots' For Real?

There are two days that Shots CEO John Shahidi says he will never forgetThe first happened in December of 2011, when Shahidi was still running the mobile gaming company RockLive. He woke up to find one of his company's top mobile games, Heads Up, had crashed inexplicably.

Samsung Working With Startup Partners To Add Gesture-Based Smart Home Control To TVs

Samsung is reportedly (via WSJ) preparing for a smart home control interface that uses your smart TV to recognize basic hand gestures, directed at the objects you actually want to control. So, for example, it would allow you to point at a lamp to turn it off or on,



Russian Journalist Missing in Ukraine Is Dead

Andrei Stenin, a Russian photojournalist who went missing in Ukraine last month, is dead, his employer, Russian news agency RIA Novosti said Wednesday.Stenin, 33, died while traveling in a car on his way to an assignment in eastern Ukraine in early August,

Facebook blocks page promoting opposition leader rally at Russia's request

Russia’s Internet watchdog is hard at work trying to quash social media mentions of a mass rally next month supporting opposition activist Alexei Navalny.



谷歌希望通过 QUIC 协议加速互联网

你可能从来没有听说过它,但如果你是 Chrome 浏览器的用户,那很有可能你已经用上了谷歌的 QUIC 协议。正如谷歌在本周 透露 的消息一样,在 Chrome 向谷歌服务器发送的所有请求中,现在大约有一半是通过 QUIC 协议进行传输。

New System Lets Designers And Researchers “Draw” In 3D Space

A new 3D interactive system created by researchers at the University of Montreal allows designers and builders to “draw” in scenes in real time. By projecting images on a thin material, the system, called Hyve-3D,

Yep, Sesame Street Now Has A Venture Fund

Collaborative Fund is bringing on a pretty big partner for a new seed stage fund focused on improving children’s lives — and it’s not someone you’d expect to get into the venture capital game. Craig Shapiro’s venture is launching a new $10 million fund that’s tied with Sesame Workshop,



Dagger2 (三) 总结篇 - pedro_neer

一.Dagger2注入原理 Dagger2以自动生成代码的形式,帮助我们构建依赖图,在使用依赖的时候方便清晰,这里说明一点,在我们使用Dagger2的时候,绝大多数错误都是编译器就会暴漏出来,这也就决定了这套框架的稳定性会更高。 关于生成的源码,我们一起看一下。我们就以之前提到的例子来看: 可以看到

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