Story A watchdog group is calling on Amazon.com Inc. to improve conditions for factory workers in China who make Echo speakers and Kindle e-readers, renewing criticisms that CEO Jeff Bezos became the world’s wealthiest man on the backs of low-paid laborers.
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From classics to indies and picks from around the world Astronomers believe that there are more than 40 billion planets inhabiting the space of the Milky Way. There are nearly as many movies filed under Netflix’s “sci-fi & fantasy” tag. Source: 13 sci-fi movies now on Netflix that you need to see
Yep … that’s YouTube star Rebecca Black, best known for her 2011 earworm, “Friday” … and we have a feeling these photos will be just as catchy for her fans. Rebecca hit the pool at the Dream Hollywood hotel over the weekend. Apparently,… Source: Rebecca Black Is One Red-Hot Mamacita
One of the video game industry’s most grating trends is timed exclusivity, when a console manufacturer like Sony or Microsoft pays a publisher money in order to deprive content from other platforms for a certain timeframe. It looks like Red Dead Redemption 2 will be following suit. Source: Red Dead Redemption 2 Will Have Some
The story of how the Titanic was found is widely known, but some of the most interesting details are only now emerging, reports USA Today. Source: Titanic was discovered during a top-secret mission, report says
What started as an experiment to bring gaming features to the mobile world has now become a full-on trend. Last year, Razer introduced a phone with flagship specs and a high refresh rate display. Then, Nubia upped the ante by adding RGB lighting to its Red Magic handset. Source: Asus’ ROG Phone Looks Like the
FACEBOOK gave personal data to 60 companies? (Third column, 10th story, link ) Related stories: ‘Looks like Zuckerberg lied to Congress’… Advertise here Source: FACEBOOK gave personal data to 60 companies?
Thousands of supporters marched this past weekend in Manchester, England in support of anti-Muslim activist Tommy Robinson. Robinson was jailed for 13 months after he was caught reporting outside the trial of a child grooming gang. Great work #Manchester #FreeTommyRobinson pic.twitter.com/YhAZm1jpK5 — Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) June 3, 2018 Tommy Robinson protests go into second day
FACEBOOK gave personal data to 60 companies? (Third column, 4th story, link ) Related stories: ‘Looks like Zuckerberg lied to Congress’… GOOGLE apologizes for labeling senator ‘bigot’ in search… Nunes warns may need to testify… Source: FACEBOOK gave personal data to 60 companies?
Oreo cookies are pretty fun, so let’s talk about where they came from This week on The History of Fun, Daniela Galarza , senior editor at Eater , joins to talk about the origins of the world’s most famous sandwich cookie. And Fig Newtons are not sandwich cookies, thank you very much. Source: The history
Catering to wannabe Robinson Crusoes, Private Islands Inc lists dozens of outcrops around the world, from sandy spits in the Maldives to tree-lined chunks of land in the South Pacific. Source: The world’s most lust-worthy islands you can BUY
It’s Friday night, and you’re browsing Netflix. You want to relax and watch something. What should be a chill time flipping through shows and movies is significantly less chill because these STUPID ADS KEEP PLAYING. Unfortunately, that’s just how Netflix apps work these days. Source: Netflix’s Auto-Playing Trailers Are Just The Worst
Shocked Amazon customer receives single package of Oreos in massive box ‘Titanic’ director James Cameron says Jack needed to die US Rocket Strike Blows More Than 50 Taliban Leaders To Bits, Military Reveals Thousands Call on Amazon to Stop Forcing Contractors to Settle Complaints in Secret New Evidence Reveals a 17,000-Year-Old Coastal Route Into North America Trial begins for ex-CIA man