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News / Mashable - 2 months ago

'Babe' actor sentenced to one week in jail for climate protest

The friendly farmer from Babe is facing jail time — for a cause. James Cromwell, a climate activist, was sentenced to one week in jail for his arrest during a protest at a New York power plant in 2015. Two other environmental activists, Pramilla Malick and Madeline Shaw, were also sentenced by a jud...

News / Mashable - 2 months ago

Michel Gondry debuts film shot entirely on Apple's iPhone 7

French director Michel Gondry is well known for his many innovative approaches to shooting film and music videos, but none may be more disruptive than his recent decision to shoot a short film using an iPhone 7. SEE ALSO: Does the OnePlus 5 have a better camera than the iPhone 7 Plus?The ten-minute...

News / Mashable - 2 months ago

Justin Trudeau forgot a whole province during his Canada Day speech

Well, well, well... look who's human after all.Justin Trudeau accidentally forgot to mention Alberta while passionately listing Canada's states and provinces during his Canada Day speech Saturday.SEE ALSO: Ring in Canada Day with Trudeau's best moments (and forget about Trump for a while)The gaffe d...

Tech / 9lessons - 2 months ago

Gaming firm Razer seeks to raise over $600M in Hong Kong IPO

& Gaming firm Razer has filed to go public through an IPO in Hong Kong as it looks to raise more than $600 million to go after growth opportunities. The U.S.-based company, which traces its origins back to Singapore, filed initial paperwork on Friday. Certain details — such as how much Raz...

News / Mashable - 2 months ago

That time Amazon had a social network years before Facebook

It may seem like Amazon is suddenly hungry to take over the world, but the company has been focused on dominating the internet for a very long time, a fact we were recently reminded of via a profile on early social networking site PlanetAll.  If you've never heard of PlanetAll, that's because...

News / Mashable - 2 months ago

Over 20,000 people lit up a park to celebrate pride

More than 20,000 Singaporeans came to Pink Dot, the city's annual LGBTQ festival this year, according to organisers.There were so many people who tried to join the event — which sported a rainbow theme this year — that the park where it was held had to be closed at 7 p.m. for capacity.That's no smal...