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  • Why There Are No Interracial Emoji Couples, And Everything Else I Learned at Emojicon

    observer.com
  • Google cloud service goes down, taking Snapchat, Spotify, Discord and other large parts of the internet with it

    www.independent.co.uk
  • Scientists just found a dozen new moons around Jupiter — including one they're calling an 'oddball'

    www.businessinsider.com
  • Samsung could release three new Galaxy devices next year, including two models with an in-display fingerprint reader

    www.dailymail.co.uk
  • Critics say Turkish government using US mosques to play politics, spy on foes

    www.foxnews.com
  • Kylie Jenner and the 'Kardashian Curse': Men 'Come and Can't Handle It'

    www.thedailybeast.com
  • 'Call of Duty: Black Ops 4' Zombies Story Trailer Reveals Plot & Characters

    www.newsweek.com
  • 'Fortnite: Save The World' Is Half-Off, Free V-Bucks And All

    www.forbes.com
  • No Man's Sky Next seeks to right the game's wrongs

    techcrunch.com
  • Four Years On, Dutch Remember Those Lost on Flight MH17

    www.voanews.com
  • Pussy Riot Prevails Against Russia In European Human Rights Court Ruling

    www.npr.org
  • Commander of multinational anti-piracy task force visits Indian naval ship in Djibouti

    economictimes.indiatimes.com
  • Ethiopian Airlines to buy a share from Eritrean airlines

    www.borkena.com
  • Nintendo Announces Their Full Lineup For San Diego Comic-Con 2018

    www.bleedingcool.com
  • So Let's Talk About the New MacBook Pro Keyboard

    gizmodo.com
  • 2018 iPhone Lineup Glass Panels Leak, Thicker Bezels Seen on LCD Model

    gadgets.ndtv.com
  • A new update is going to make the OnePlus 6's camera so much better

    www.trustedreviews.com
  • Japan, EU Sign Trade Deal: 'We Stand Together Against Protectionism'

    www.wsj.com
  • These are best Amazon Prime Day deals that are still live today

    www.wired.co.uk