Daily Archives: May 26, 2018

Chris Pratt’s Son Hilariously Told His Dad that will He Met a ‘Real’ Jurassic Park Raptor Trainer

Chris Pratt’s son knows his dad is usually just an actor — the “real” Jurassic Park raptor trainers work at Universal Studios!  Pratt took to Instagram on Friday to share an adorable snap of his 5-year-old son, Jack, training a raptor at the theme park’s Raptor Encounter, handing out props to the performers who made Jack’s day. “Gotta love that ...

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China’s secret goal can be to crush Silicon Valley

China can be gaining quickly in technological innovation by several significant indicators: research in addition to also development spending, completely new patent applications in addition to also scientific academia. China’s R&D coffers weighed in at $409 billion in 2015, nearing $497 billion for the United States in addition to also increasing at a far faster rate of 18 percent annually ...

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Abby Lee Miller Says She’s ‘Free at Last’ on Scheduled Halfway House Discharge Date

Abby Lee Miller appears to have been released through the halfway house where she has been serving time for bankruptcy fraud. Miller was due for Discharge through the Long Beach, California, location on Friday along with also her latest Instagram post stated she was “free.” “TIMES UP!!!!” the former Dance Moms star wrote on Instagram on Friday morning. “’Free at ...

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India’s Largest Digital Wallet Has Been Accused Of Handing Over User Data To The Government

Paytm, a digital wallet used by more than 230 million people in India to make cashless payments, shared with the Indian government the personal data of users in a geopolitically sensitive region, according to a report published by Cobrapost, an Indian investigative news agency. On Friday, the news agency released a video where a reporter went undercover as well as ...

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Chinese police take down gang of inventive online reputation cleaners

Police in Shanghai have busted what they say is actually gang who duped websites into deleting negative reviews by posing as government censors in addition to media personnel. The gang made 3 million yuan (US$470,000) via the activity before the bust, according to Chinese news site ThePaper.cn. In late 2016, the gang commenced advertising its services to companies wanting criticism ...

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