The Cleveland Cavaliers are currently having some chemistry issues. The team has lost 3 out of their last 4 games following a 113-99 trouncing by the Washington Wizards on Sunday, February 28.
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A US magistrate judge in New York has ruled
that the government can’t force Apple to help law enforcement unlock an iPhone using the All Writs Act. This case in question is about drug trafficking and is not related to theSan Bernardino shooter case
While the cases are different, it’s a win for Apple in its battle with the FBI and Department of Justice. An Apple senior executive told Engadget that while it’s a important precedent, it’s not a binding precedent that magistrate Judge Pym in the San Bernardino case is legally bound to follow.
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The wins keep rolling in for DJ Khaled, as the Miami mogul just rolled out a video announcing that he’s now being managed by Jay Z. The video not only includes the huge news, but it also features Hov giving Khaled what he says is the last original Roc-A-Fella chain that he has in his collection from the old days. The two then toast to more success and blessings before Jay spits a few new bars in the studio to cap off the major occasion. Hov last gave out a Roc chain during a surprise appearance at a J. Cole concert at Madison Square Garden in 2014.
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Like its predecessor the Bugatti Veyron, the new Bugatti Chiron is a true engineering marvel. It’s a 1,478 horsepower monster capable of doing 261 mph a despite considerable bulk of 4,400 pounds. Here’s some of the goodness that makes the Chiron one of the most technologically impressive cars the world has ever seen.
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What’s in your spice cabinet right now? Some paprika, turmeric, and a little bit of cardamom, perhaps? How about salmonella?
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A man was recently diagnosed with HIV after 24 months on a drug intended to prevent HIV infection. A physician at the Maple Leaf Medical Clinic in Toronto, Canada who treated the patient presented the case study last week at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Boston. Here’s what happened, and why it matters.
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Mimiviruses are viruses so big they can actually be seen with a simple light microscope. European scientists have now learned that these bizarre organisms have their own immune system that makes them virtually invulnerable to predatory viruses, suggesting these creatures may actually represent a new branch in the tree of life.
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