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Ja’Net DuBois dead: Good Times star dies at 74

Actress and singer Ja’Net DuBois has died at her Glendale, Calif. home. She was 74. According to the Associated Press, police responded to a call at her home Monday night; she appears to have died in her sleep overnight of natural causes. DuBois most famously portrayed the sexy and sassy Willona Woods on the popular…

Ben Affleck was warned against doing The Batman for health reasons

In a revealing new interview with The New York Times, Ben Affleck opens up about how his struggle with sobriety has impacted his work in film, including his high-profile departure as the current DC movie universe’s Batman. “I drank relatively normally for a long time,” Affleck says in the interview. “What happened was that I…

Samsung Galaxy M31 press renders leak in three colors alongside full specs

The Samsung Galaxy M31 will be out in India on February 25, and today official-looking press renders have been leaked, showing the upcoming device in three colors. Not just that, but we get a full tentative spec sheet too. The M31 is said to sport a 6.4" 1080x2340 Infinity-U Super AMOLED screen with a waterdrop…

Apple Watch update includes important heart rate bug fix

While it may seem a bit trite to say that the Apple Watch saves lives, that’s exactly what Apple’s increasingly popular wearable does. Over the past few years, we’ve seen a number of stories involving the device’s heart rate monitor alerting users to potentially life-threatening conditions. Consequently, some insurance companies have gone so far as…
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Simple, Fuel-Efficient Rocket Engine Could Enable Cheaper, Lighter Spacecraft

It takes a lot of fuel to launch something into space. Sending NASA’s Space Shuttle into orbit required more than 3.5 million pounds of fuel, which is about 15 times heavier than a blue whale.But a new type of engine — called a rotating detonation engine — promises to make rockets not only more fuel-efficient…

Betelgeuse supernova explosion on hold as giant star stops dimming

An artist's impression of a roiling Betelgeuse. ESO/L. Calçada The enigmatic supergiant star Betelgeuse is still on schedule to explode sometime within the next 100,000 years, but it's probably not happening tomorrow. That's according to an astronomer who has been watching the shape-shifting sun for decades.The massive red solar furnace, several hundred light years away…

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