560 million reasons to change your passwords right now


Hello. Stop reading this story and go check just how compromised your email accounts are. 

Once you’ve clicked that link—assuming your email is linked to at least one site that’s been breached at some point—you should go change your passwords. 

Now, back to the story. 

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This latest change-your-passwords reminder was brought to you by an insecure database that reportedly contains around 560 million login credentials. The unknown compiler of that database appears to have collected those insecure logins from hugely popular sites/services such as LinkedIn, Adobe, DropBox, MySpace, Tumblr and more that were hacked at some point in the relatively recent past.  Read more…

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Has ABC found the next ‘Lost’ in its new crop of dramas?


High concept dramas, musical moments and steamy procedurals feature heavily on ABC’s 2017-2018 schedule, which boasts two new shows from Shonda Rhimes (including a Grey’s Anatomy spinoff), a live musical version of The Little Mermaid, a revival of retro comedy hit Roseanne, and a reboot of American Idol with Katy Perry as judge. 

Check out the new trailers and descriptions for ABC’s new series below. 

The Good Doctor – Mondays at 10 p.m.

Not to be confused with The Good Wife, ABC’s new medical drama sounds like it’s taking a page out of House‘s playbook (which makes sense, since it’s created by House boss David Shore and Hawaii Five-O star Daniel Dae Kim).  Read more…

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The NBA’s most fearsome player says he’s a new dad in heart-melting Instagram


Hyper-intense NBA star Russell Westbrook can be borderline scary on the basketball court. His kamikaze playing style might even get chosen MVP this year — we’ll find out soon. 

But a photo Westbrook shared Tuesday on social media already wins the award for Most Adorable Photo.

Yep — he’s a new dad. Meet baby Noah. Or at least baby Noah’s feet. 

Noah Russell Westbrook
7lbs 5oz
20inch long pic.twitter.com/JRImZCW7iU

— Russell Westbrook (@russwest44) May 16, 2017

Noah Russell Westbrook 5.16.17

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Ten weeks ago, Westbrook announced his wife Nina Earl’s pregnancy in another awww-worthy Instagram post.  Read more…

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Porn streamed on a train station video display and commuters definitely noticed


Union Station is a transit hub in the nation’s capital, but on Monday night, it was briefly a porn hub.

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The Washington Post spoke to a woman who posted a video of what appeared to be a PornHub video playing explicit content for a few minutes around 5:30 p.m. on a digital ad monitor. The woman has since removed the video and didn’t want to give her name, worried it’d be forever associated with pornography. 

But she said she was “pretty speechless” when the video switched to the porn. 

“I mean, it was really explicit porn being shown on this huge screen and no one could turn it off,” she told the Washington Post. Read more…

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Axe believes its new ad will make you rethink macho stereotypes


Is it OK to be a virgin? Is it OK to experiment with other guys? Is it OK to be the little spoon in bed?

These are just some of the questions that men ask themselves — and Google — when no one is looking, according to a new ad from Axe that aims to help “break the cycle of toxic masculinity.” 

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Don’t spit out your coffee just yet. Yes, this is the same Axe that once relished running ads portraying adult women as slaves to their senses and casting men as lonely losers — until, that is, they doused themselves in Axe body spray, at which point the ladies came running.  Read more…

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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ gets a firefighters spinoff because nothing ends anymore


NBC may have cornered the market on Dick Wolf procedurals set in Chicago, but ABC has apparently staked out Seattle for Shonda Rhimes’ growing empire.

The network has ordered a new, untitled Grey’s Anatomy spinoff set in a Seattle firehouse, probably because the only thing sexier than a doctor is a firefighter. (It probably won’t be called Grey’s Firehouse, but we wouldn’t mind if it was.)

“From the captain to the newest recruit,” ABC’s logline says, “we follow these brave men and women as they risk their lives and their hearts both in the line of duty and off the clock.” 

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These wireless buds put a computer in your ears


Next up for your ears: mini-computers.

Truly wireless earbuds are all the rage in the audio scene these days, as Apple’s AirPods have been more widely embraced than anyone expected. Cutting the cord has been a welcome improvement for many AirPod fans — but the buds don’t offer much more than an untethered audio experience, leaving the door open for other innovations. 

Bragi, a Kickstarter darling that hit the scene in 2014 with its Dash smartbuds, is looking to do just that with the next generation of its wireless audio tech. The company is shooting high and hyping the new buds, the Dash Pro and the Dash Pro tailored by Starkey, as “powerful ear computers.” Read more…

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The future of Nike design looks amazing in this concept video


With all the amazing real tech entering our lives, concept videos are becoming passé— that is, unless the concept video uses existing innovations that simply haven’t been combined yet. 

That’s the gist of a new video originally conceived by Nike and posted by Dell a few days ago showing off how designers might use augmented reality headsets like the Meta 2 to create next generation sports apparel. 

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The concept video shows several designers using the Dell Canvas (a touch display that connects to a PC) along with the Meta 2 headset to craft a version of the Nike Air Vapormax in augmented reality.  Read more…

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Michael Moore says he’s about to ‘dissolve’ the Trump presidency


Michael Moore is resisting Trump in the best way he knows how: by making a documentary. 

Titled Fahrenheit 11/9 – a reference to both the day Trump became president and Moore’s own George W. Bush-era documentary Fahrenheit 9/11 – the new movie promises to “be key in dissolving Trump’s ‘teflon’ shield and, in turn, his presidency,” per the press release. 

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Explained Moore in a statement (via The Hollywood Reporter): 

Fahrenheit 11/9 will be distributed by The Weinstein Co., whose Harvey Weinstein says he is “ecstatic to be part of this revolution.”  Read more…

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Watch an alligator eat a huge fish on a golf corse in *DRUMROLL* Florida


Just another day golfing in Florida.

Golfers at the Sandhill Crane Golf Course in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida got a little extra show while on the green on Saturday. The course’s resident alligator decided to have its lunch right on the course for all to see. How rude. 

David Mack was on the course with his father, and shot a short clip of the luncheon and shared it to Instagram.

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Sneaking up on the beast

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Dad was not impressed with my National Geographic skills 🐊⛳️

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