updated - August 25, 2019 Sunday EDT
When it comes to rebuilds, the Oklahoma City Thunder are positioned to accelerate the process. After trading away an NBA MVP Finalist in Paul George last week, it appears the face of the franchise, Russell Westbrook, maybe on the move next.
After conquering the small screen, Amazon is going to venture on the big screen. The tech giant announced the big news on Monday and is already planning to produce at least a dozen original feature films this year. While Amazon hopes to release the film on theaters in the U.S., they are also planning on making the movies available online, after a month or two of its release in theaters.
Another innovation is underway as it was announced by Virgin Group and Qualcomm that they are investing to OneWeb's, formerly known as WorldVu Satellites Ltd., multi-billion project of building a satellite constellation that aims to bring internet access around the globe.
One good move that U.S. carriers should do to be on top is to offer products and services that would benefit its consumers. This is what T-Mobile is doing right now as it announced a new "Simply Prepaid" plan at an affordable price, in addition to T-Mobile's existing prepaid offerings.
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, more commonly referred to as NASA, has just revealed a new photo. Many claimed that it has a potential of being the organization's most iconic image ever.
Only a few people have probably imagined future robots to look like what the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is currently developing. A new robot made by NASA has been designed in such a way that they look far from being a human that moves in an ape-like fashion.
A lot of people predicted that there will come a time where everything can be printed with a 3-Dimentional printer. In recent years, we have seen plethora of items and objects being 3-D printed, from pens to cars, even to a life size castle. Now, to make these statements even more plausible, a company known as Natural Medicines has developed a 3-D food printer.
When Jeff Bezos, the CEO of Amazon became The Washington Posts' owner, after buying it last year for a whopping $250 million, a lot of people became excited as they thought it will make the publication better than ever. But the new owner may be thinking a different path for the publication.
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