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CBS renews Star Trek: Picard for a second season

Jean-Luc Picard (Patrick Stewart) comes out of retirement in Star Trek: Picard, coming soon to CBS All Access. Streaming service CBS All Access has already renewed Star Trek: Picard for a second season just over a week before the first season is even set to start airing, Deadline reports. The announcement was made at the Television Critics Association (TCA), a

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On eve of PS5, Sony confirms it will skip E3 for second year in a row

Enlarge / E3 will not transpire with an official Sony presence this 12 months. On Monday, Sony Interactive Leisure confirmed that it will, for the second 12 months in a row, not go to the Electronic Leisure Expo. The news arrived in a assertion despatched to Ars Technica by a SIE agent: Immediately after complete evaluation, SIE has determined not

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Exploit that gives remote access affects ~200 million cable modems

Hundreds of millions of cable modems are susceptible to important takeover assaults by hackers halfway close to the earth, scientists claimed. The assaults get the job done by luring susceptible end users to websites that serve destructive JavaScript code which is surreptitiously hosted on the web site or concealed within of destructive advertisements, scientists from Denmark-based mostly safety organization Lyrebirds

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Jared Leto is perfectly cast as a bloodthirsty antihero in Morbius trailer

Oscar winner Jared Leto stars as Dr. Michael Morbius in Sony Pictures’ forthcoming film Morbius. A brilliant doctor suffering from a rare blood disease goes to extreme lengths to find a cure and becomes a monster who craves human blood in the first trailer for Morbius, based on the popular villain (and later, antihero) in the Spider-Man comic books. Sony’s

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Trump taking credit for lower cancer death rate is absurd, expert explains

Enlarge / US President Donald Trump arrives for a “Maintain The usa Great” campaign rally at Huntington Center in Toledo, Ohio, on January 9, 2020. The CEO of the American Cancer Culture has refuted President Trump’s claim that his administration experienced a hand in lowering the country’s cancer mortality level, which has been steadily declining because 1991—26 decades prior to

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Indian Supreme Court finds 150-day Internet blackout in Kashmir illegal

Enlarge / Indian primary minister Narendra Modi addresses the United Nations Basic Assembly in 2019.Drew Angerer/Getty Illustrations or photos The Indian area of Kashmir has experienced most Net support blacked out given that August. The authorities of Narendra Modi says the on the internet blackout is a necessary protection measure in the face of escalating unrest in the area triggered by