Monthly Archives: March, 2019

7 Mouth Watering Healthy Alternatives to Breakfast Cereal

We all know that breakfast cereal is full of empty calories leaving you hungry shortly after eating it. We've got 7 amazing healthy alternatives that will leave you satisfied.

How online hate groomed Vincent Vetromile for a terror attack plot

Vincent Vetromile was a regular teenage boy until he stumbled upon a Twitter account that turned his frustration into hate for Muslims.

Barack, Michelle Obama Netflix slate plus John Singleton’s film legacy

Barack and Michelle Obama have unveiled their slate of Netflix projects while we look at John Singleton's film legacy.

Google feels competitors bite as ad profits slip

Google has long been the kind of online ads, but competition is beginning to crowd the Alphabet as profits slipped in 2019.

Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg concerned about privacy again at F8 plus Oculus VR unveiled

Mark Zuckerberg spoke again about Facebook's fight for privacy while also unveiling the $400 Oculus virtual reality headset.

Virtual reality goes big in China with VR theme park

Virtual reality may have all but disappeared from America, but VR is getting a resurgence in Nanchang China with a theme park.

How technology helped Manchester City vs Burnley Premier League title

Technology played a big part allowing Manchester City to keep its Premier League title versus Burnley 1-0.

Donald Trump surrounds himself with immigration fictions

Donald Trump spent his weekend at rallies spreading a lot of fiction about immigration, healthcare, Russia and Robert Mueller. Here's the real facts.

Suicide study points finger at Netflix ’13 Reasons Why’

Netflix's 13 Reasons Why comes under fire again by a suicide study pointing a finger at the how without proving it.

RIP: Director John Singleton dies at 51, youngest director to get Oscar nomination

Trailblazer director John Singleton has died at the age of 51 after suffering a stroke. He was best known for his debut film Boyz N the Hood.

Gamers assist drone traffic while MIT gives ‘Avengers: Endgame’ a shield

Gamers could be the answer to help with drone traffic regulations while MIT students gave Avengers Endgame some notice with a Captain America shield.

MoviePass co-founder Stacy Spikes PreShow service plus Sinemia goes quietly

As Sinemia has died leaving MoviePass a little breathing room, co-founder Stacy Spikes discusses PreShow to rival the movie ticket service.

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