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When everything's going wrong and your industry's sinking, who you gonna blame? Uhh, uhhhhh, millennials? Sure.
According to a controversial report in the , the canned tuna industry is in trouble, with a giant finger pointed at millennials who apparently "can’t be bothered to open and drain the cans, or fetch utensils and dishes to eat the tuna."
Andy Mecs, vice president of marketing and innovation for StarKist Tuna, went event further, telling the Journal, "A lot of millennials don’t even own can openers."
So, can they even open a can of tuna? Jimmy Kimmel wanted to make sure, so he asked passing millennials in the street to demonstrate their skills. While it's pretty hammed up, those can openers still can be tricky for any generation. Read more...More about Entertainment, Tv, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Entertainment, and Movies Tv Shows
NASA's OSIRIS-REx spacecraft has found water on the asteroid Bennu, after finishing its two-year trip to the formation.
Sitting 12 miles (19 kilometres) from the surface, the probe has discovered water hidden inside the asteroid's clay minerals, thanks to data obtained from the probe's spectrometers.
During its two-year, 1.4 million-mile (2.2 million-kilometre) trip to the asteroid, instruments aboard OSIRIS-REx — that's the Origins, Spectral Interpretation, Resource Identification, Security, Regolith Explorer — began to make scientific observations of Bennu between mid-August and early December. Read more...More about Nasa, Asteroids, Space Exploration, Bennu, and Science
Apple is appealing a decision that bans certain iPhone models from being sold in China.
As reported by CNBC, the tech giant filed an appeal on Monday, after San Diego-based chipmaker Qualcomm was granted multiple injunctions against Apple's Chinese subsidiaries earlier that day.
It means Apple is prohibited from selling the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X domestically in China. Qualcomm claims that Apple infringed on two of its patents.
The patents relate to features which allow users to adjust and reformat the size and appearance of photographs, and to manage applications using a touch screen when viewing, navigating and dismissing apps on their phones. Read more...More about Tech, Apple, Iphone, China, and Qualcomm
Since 2010, YouTube has released a yearly wrap-up of its most popular videos and creators.
It did the same thing this year with YouTube Rewind 2018. It featured the likes of Will Smith, plus creators Molly Burke, Liza Koshy, and Simone Giertz in a predictably upbeat compilation released last Thursday.
There's also an homage to K-pop, some late night show hosts doing Fortnite dances, and yes, more Fortnite references.
Fast forward a few days, and the video has the distinct honor of becoming the second-most disliked video on YouTube, racking up an impressive 7.7 million dislikes since its debut. Read more...More about Youtube, Culture, Youtube Rewind, Year End, and Tech
As if we didn't have enough to look forward to with the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge park expansion, Disney has released new concept art for its expanded Marvel-themed areas at select Disneyland parks.
Disney Parks first announced the attractions for Disneyland Paris, Disneyland Resort in California, and Hong Kong Disneyland in March 2018, and now we've got our first look at 'em.
Described by Disney as a global "Avengers Initiative," the interconnected attractions and areas at parks around the world are themed around Marvel's beloved heroes. Read more...More about Disney, Marvel, Avengers, Disneyland, and Entertainment
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