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Alvin Gentry thinks Anthony Davis has "some bad advice"

Photo: Teck Lim (Getty) While some NBA teams were busy making a dramatic push for a playoff spot or a popular one Launching Superstar, the New The Orleans pelicans were just trying to break their last game against the Warriors and sneaking away from a catastrophic season. The game itself was not particularly remarkable, but head coach Alvin Gentry made …

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Amazon AirPods rival is a bad idea, says Loup Ventures Gene Munster

Amazon (AMZN) is currently developing Alexa-enabled earbuds that would rival Apple's AirPods and hit the market as soon as the second half of 2019, according to a Bloomberg report that cites several sources familiar with the matter. But just because Amazon does not develop it, says Loup Ventures managing director Gene Munster. "It's a bad idea for you," Munster tells …

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China becomes an election issue in Asia. And that is bad news for Beijing

But now, as Jokowi seeks re-election, he seems to distance himself from Beijing and downplay the importance of China-funded projects in Indonesia. It is a pattern that is developing across Southeast Asia and beyond Be worried about Beijing as Chinese investment and relations become an uncomfortable, if not downright toxic, election question. Growing skepticism about Xi's Signature Belt and Road …

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Boeing's CEO recognizes that bad data played a role in 737 Max crashes

The Ethiopian plane, which crashed just six minutes after the start of Addis Ababa, followed a similar flight pattern to a Lion Air flight that crashed in the Indonesian Java Sea, killing all 189 passengers and crew in October. The pilots of both aircraft apparently had problems gaining control of the aircraft after an automated flight control system called MCAS …

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The Turkish AK rulers are bad losers, says election winner Imamoglu

Media playback is not supported on your device. Media signature Ekrem Imamoglu says the AK party's behavior is rude Istanbul is currently a city with parallel realities. In daily press conferences – and on his Twitter biography – Ekrem Imamoglu of the opposition CHP party says he's the new mayor. Preliminary election results have shown that last weekend, he won …

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The media had a chance on Northern Lights on Saturday night. A bad prognosis was poorly communicated.

Auroras illuminates the night sky on February 28 in Finse, southern Norway. (Heiko Young / EPA-EFE / REX) For Skywatcher in the United States until In Northern Virginia and Illinois, the last Saturday night was memorable. Except … that was not it. For days, local and national media had announced an anticipated presentation of the ethereal aurora borealis – more …

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Prince Harry upset and angry over Meghan Markle Bad Press

Prince Harry is "upset and angry" over recent reports about Meghan Markle. Dickie Arbiter, a former spokesman for the palace press, says he is probably particularly annoyed at the rumors that the staff call Meghan "Me-Gain". You need a break from America's royal family, the Kardashians? Would you literally give anything to never hear the cursed words "ReD TAblE TALK" …

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Acid Test: How Psychedelic Virtual Reality Can Contribute to Ending the Bad Journey of Society Technology

H uman beings have become nothing more than dates in meat suits. This is the core of Team Human, the 2018 TED Talk of media theorist Douglas Rushkoff. Surely there could be few people who now use social media that do not feel captive. This makes the Cybernauts Freedom Fighters. The Brunswick-based VR artists, academics and scientists have contributed to …

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More bad news for coal: wind and sun are getting cheaper

Wind and solar costs have fallen so fast that 74% of the US coal fleet could be scrapped for renewable energy – and still save money, according to a Monday unimpeded think-tank Energy Innovation. This number of vulnerable coal plants in the United States will increase to 86% by 2025 as solar and wind costs continue to decline. The study …

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