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What did our parents do to kill boredom before the internet?

What did our parents do to kill boredom before the internet?

A kid asked me, what is stress?

A kid asked me, what is stress?

Google malfunction connected to Trump's exuberant tweeting from Buckingham Palace

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​Google and services relying on its technology have been prone to errors and malfunction in the last couple of days, Catchupnews reporters noticed the issue all around the globe. Google now claims it was caused by high levels of network congestion. Some sources believe it was all due to Trump's enthusiastic tweeting during the Buckingham Palace abu...
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Number of years it took each product to gain 50 million users.

Number of years it took each product to gain 50 million users.

Future is private, Mark Zuckerberg claims

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​Judging by his latest Facebook post, Mark Zuckerberg repents and plans to make the future private. He wants to move the social platforms he owns from being a town square to the more private surrounding of a living room. A living room with no windows. Or a heavily cemented booth with like button.

Student suing Apple for wrongful face recognition

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​A student from New York is suing Apple company for accusing him of a series of thefts, after the Apple stores face recognition system falsely identified him as a burglar. As Catchupnews unofficially learns, when informed about the mistake, Apple system just stated that the student maybe wasn't the one who stole from an Apple store, but he surely w...
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Possible suspect for Notre-Dame fire

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Paris authorities are for now ruling out a possible arson in the case of Notre-Dame. The famous cathedral was severely damaged in the fire two days ago. Catchupnews sends condolences to French people. Still, some online users claim they recognized the face of an intruder among the firemen - the man formerly known for torturing Quasimodo and Es...
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Y2K bug might hit again today

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​There's a theoretical chance that the so-called millennium bug hits again today, causing a rumble in the internet jungle. Some navigational systems relying on the GPS satellites could go 20 years backwards at 7:59 p.m. on Saturday. This could cause trouble in huge systems of communication, electrical grid, and, God forbid, slowing down Catchupnews...
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I can't believe they were able to take a worse picture than the original...

I can't believe they were able to take a worse picture than the original...
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