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‘The Fate of the Furious’ is days away from a $1 billion box office

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Sometime during the coming week, The Fate of the Furious will become the second billion-dollar movie in Universal’s fast-cars-and-big-explosions franchise.

Current weekend estimates in the United States and beyond bring the movie’s global total to $908.4 million. It’s already the second best worldwide box office in series history, behind the $1.5 billion earned by Furious 7 in 2015.

Notably, the bulk of…

Rando friends can see your Facebook Stories and you can’t stop it

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Facebook Stories are… well, they’re a lot.

Inventor builds a one-wheel lunar rover, takes it on a precarious spin

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Inventor XenonJohn is at it again with his latest creation — a one-wheel lunar rover.

Mashable shared one of the Youtuber’s past creations — a bagpipe playing robot.

In the video above, XenonJohn drives around a town square on his one-wheel vehicle. The rover is his latest build in a collection of self-balancing unicycles.

He maneuvers around the square and thankfully manages to stay on the bike —

This marathon was about meeting more than just milestones

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Do you have any goals that seem difficult to achieve? For many of us the idea of running a marathon is a daunting one, but it’s still on the goals list for a lot of people. Goals go much beyond our ability to cross a marathon finish line.

We’re not all cut out to run a marathon, but the only way to know if you’ll finish is to get started. Taking those first steps – be it towards a marathon or towards your personal goals – is a major part of personal development. This year’s Standard…







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The March Madness ‘news dump’ that made us question everything

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A “news dump,” in the parlance of our times, is when a company or other entity releases bad news at just the perfect time, a moment during which many other events are also happening, thus enabling the just-released bit of bad news to be quickly overshadowed.

Netflix in ‘preliminary talks’ for more ‘Gilmore Girls’ because we need something nice more than ever

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As they say in Stars Hollow, “What is dead may never die!” Nope, wrong show — but with Netflix in early talks for another Gilmore Girls revival, that proverb from another show feels pretty apt.

In a conference with the U.K.’s press association over the weekend, Netflix CEO Ted Sarandos said the company is in “very preliminary” talks with Amy Sherman-Palladino and Dan Palladino for more Gilmore Girls in the future.

End of road for LeEco in India? Chinese company lays off most of Indian staff

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Things aren’t working out for China’s conglomerate.

LeEco may soon exit its India operation, less than an year and half after the company entered the country. The company’s top level executives in the country have resigned and the vast majority of staff has been laid off, according to a former employee.

Rogue None: Why the Force isn’t with Star Wars at the Oscars

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As Yoda might put it: awards make not one great.

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‘Legion’ episode 1 recap: We all go a little mad sometimes

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If you’ve suffered through enough mediocre X-Men movies to feel a general fatigue for any live action incarnations of Professor X and his lovable gang — comics fan or not — Legion is capable of changing your mind.

Legion has all the ingredients for greatness: A promising cast, a wealth of well-regarded source source material from the X-Men comics, Fargo TV series creator Noah Hawley pulling the strings as showrunner, and a home on FX, which struck creative gold with Fargo and is looking to…

‘Legion’ episode 1 recap: We all go a little mad sometimes

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If you’ve suffered through enough mediocre X-Men movies to feel a general fatigue for any live action incarnations of Professor X and his lovable gang — comics fan or not — Legion is capable of changing your mind.

Legion has all the ingredients for greatness: A promising cast, a wealth of well-regarded source source material from the X-Men comics, Fargo TV series creator Noah Hawley pulling the strings as showrunner, and a home on FX, which struck creative gold with Fargo and is looking to…