In a world in which there is a god for every man and a man for every god. Everyday necessities have been thrown to the wayside in this new America. Things like technology, currency, and freeform music have been replaced with the help of deities helping humanity get by.
Some hearing-impaired people visit the audiologist so often they exchange Christmas gifts every December. But thanks to GN Hearing, you can stop shopping for ear-themed coffee mugs.
Since Marvel’s been busy with the upcoming releases of both Spider-Man: Homecoming and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, we haven’t heard much from Thor: Ragnarok. The movie releases later this year, but all we’ve seen of it is that Thor has short hair and a new love interest. That is, until this morning. Marvel released a trailer for the God of Thunder’s third film, and it looks to have everything you’d want in a Thor movie. The teaser promises huge battles, Thor’s goofy enthusiasm and Tom Hiddleston looking pretty.
Graphics card manufacturer, Nvidia, has been trying to break out of just being the folks that make your beefy graphics cards for a while. And that’s been met with mixed success. One of those outings, the Shield, has been a frustrating little box. It’s Cool™ and Neat™, but for the most part, it wasn’t too compelling on its own. Units ran for $199, and that was a slightly better Netflix machine with game streaming capabilities. So what changed?
A wearable medical device has proven effective among patients with brain cancer. Optune, when used in conjunction with standard temozolomide chemotherapy, significantly improved median overall survival rates for glioblastoma patients.
Heading out on a camping trip this summer? You probably never thought about building your own camper to do it in, but if you have a couple hundred thousand Lego bricks laying around you might be able to pull it off.