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Netflix’s ‘Unsolved Mysteries’ documentary reboot wants you to ***** the case

07.01.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Way back in 1988, NBC began airing Unsolved Mysteries, a weekly TV series that examined the strange events behind cold cases and paranormal activity. The show was transferred to CBS in 1997, then canceled; picked up by Lifetime in 2001, then canceled;... ...

‘Athlete A’ exposes the system that enabled abuse within elite gymnastics

06.24.2020 · Posted in Technology Articles

Maggie Nichols was set to become an Olympic gymnast.  She gave up a normal life at a young age to competitively pursue gymnastics and caught the attention of coaches due to her dedication and skill. She even made it to the Olympic Trials in 2016... ...

How to get your nice camera set up as a high-quality webcam

Everyone needs a webcam these days, whether for business meetings or the distant socializing accomplished via video calling — but if you’re like most, you’re using the built-in camera on your laptop or some piece of junk from years ago. But if you happen to have a nice big-brand camera, it’s easy to set it ...

Outstanding, free, and far-out music stream from Aquarium Drunkard

Aquarium Drunkard is an incredible audio hub of reviews, podcasts, features, interviews, and sessions sure to please all crate diggers, outré musicologists, fringe culture fanatics, and deep music geeks. Their genre-bending curation spans jazz, folk, garage, psych, experimental, and every other niche of music to present oft-unheard gems from across time. As the creators ...

Spotify opens its podcast catalog to third-party apps, but not for streaming

Spotify is opening its podcast catalog to third-party apps. The company this week launched a new version of its Podcast APIs that makes it possible for third-party apps to connect to Spotify in order to manage a user’s podcast library, search its podcast catalog and fetch detailed information and podcast shows and episodes, the company ...

Pandora’s new Apple Watch app lets you leave your iPhone behind

Support for standalone streaming has come to Pandora’s Apple Watch app. The company today announced the official launch of its new standalone app for Apple Watch that lets you listen to music and podcasts on the go, even without your iPhone. The launch makes Pandora the first major third-party — meaning, first besides Apple Music ...