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Tesla's Cybertruck is finally here (although a little worse for the wear after Elon's on-stage experiment), and 1.2 billion personal records were found an on exposed online server. Here's the news to know today:
Black Friday deals are already taking over, but not all of them are good. We've gathered up a list of early deals that are actually worth your time (and money).
For humans, assembling Ikea furniture is simultaneously simple and hellish: We may run into all kinds of problems, but our ability to improvise and manipulate surmount them with ease. For a robot, it's pure horror all the way through
Opinion: Even if Facebook follows in Google’s footsteps and bans highly targeted political ads, it would not be enough to protect next year’s presidential election from coordinated disinformation efforts. The root of the problem is their business model
There's cooking and then there's cooking with @bonappetit 's Brad Leone and Chris Morocco. They answered questions from Twitter on how to make your best Thanksgiving yet. Watch the full video on @YouTube :
”People are suffering, people are dying, entire ecosystems are collapsing. We are in the beginning of a mass extinction and all you can talk about is money and fairytales of eternal economic growth.” Watch Greta Thunberg speak at the UN Monday morning.
In other news, this @BostonDynamics robot just learned how to open doors and let itself out.