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Nokia’s releasing the iconic 3310 in 3G, and Australia’s getting it first

Don’t worry folks, you’ll get your dose of Snake — the resurrected Nokia 3310 is being released in 3G. Earlier this year, we got a little excited about the rebooting of the Nokia 3310 from Finnish startup HMD. Announcing a smaller, lighter, upgraded version of the classic 2000 phone at the Mobile World Congress in Feb. 2017, HMD rolled out the phone in 2G in May and June this year. SEE ALSO: Thirsting for the new Nokia 3310? Just make sure it works where you live The bad news for thirsty, nostalgic types was that the phone relied on 2.5G connectivity, which requires 2G networks — and they’re being very slowly decommissioned in many countries including Singapore, New Zealand, the Netherlands and the U.S. Read more…More about Australia, Nokia, Phone, Phones, and 2g

Sean Spicer showed up at the Emmys and no one knew what to do

Stephen Colbert’s predictable Donald Trump jokes at the 69th Emmy Awards didn’t stop Sean Spicer from stepping into enemy territory Sunday night.  The Trump administration’s former press secretary wheeled out a podium during Colbert’s opening monologue for a surprise cameo, and everyone pretty much had the same reaction—including Melissa McCarthy.  SEE ALSO: Sean Spicer tells Jimmy Kimmel he’s never seen Donald Trump naked “What really matters to Donald Trump is ratings—you gotta have the big numbers. I certainly hope we achieve that tonight but unfortunately at this point, we have no idea of knowing how big the audience is,” Colbert said. “Is there anyone who can say how big the audience is? Sean do you know?” Read more…More about Emmy Awards, Sean Spicer, Emmys 2017, Culture, and Movies Tv Shows

Trump says he doesn’t ‘do Twitter storms’ – uh huh, ok, sure

President Donald Trump, who can both make the world cower in fear and belly laugh in response to his very well-known tweetstorms, wants you to know a very important fact: He doesn’t ‘do Twitter storms.’ “Do you notice when I go on and I’ll put out like a tweet or a couple of tweets, ‘He’s in a Twitter storm again,'” he said at a Phoenix rally Tuesday night. “I don’t do Twitter storms.” SEE ALSO: Meet the Twitter bot that will give you all the Trump news you ever need OK, um, but what about the tweetstorm when ex-FBI Director James Comey got fired or the one about his failed Muslim travel ban or that time he tweetstormed the hell out of his Obama wiretapping accusations, oh and don’t forget the tweetstorms about the “illegal leaks,” Democrats, and the “fake media?” Read more…More about Twitter, Donald Trump, Social Media, Tweetstorm, and President Donald Trump

August is the Sunday of the year

If you’re anything like me, your soul thrives in the summer and shrivels up the rest of the year.  May and June are beacons of hope for you as your claw your way out of your cold, rainy cave and emerge a new human being in the sweet summer sun. Everything is wonderful and bright and the world is your oyster.  Ugh, WTF.But then August comes and your spirit starts to decay once again. You don’t know what this heavy feeling is, but you know it means something horrible is coming. August is, therefore, the awful, depressing Sunday night of the year, and there’s no denying it. SEE ALSO: These ingenious inventions will make summer so much better Read more…More about Watercooler, Summer, Sunday, August, and Culture

No, NASA isn’t hiring someone to protect us from evil aliens. It’s doing something better.

Why must everything always be about aliens on the internet?  The most recent example comes at the hands of a bunch of well-meaning journalists really blowing something out of proportion. Basically, NASA posted a job listing looking for a full-time “planetary protection officer” to join the agency—and breathless alien hilarity ensued.   SEE ALSO: Congressman completely wastes NASA’s time by asking about aliens Some progressively more hysterical coverage of the ad suggested that this poor official is expected to keep us safe from alien invasion. At a really fundamental level, that’s kind of true. The Office of Planetary Protection is expected to help protect Earth from possible contamination by alien microbes that might hitch a ride back to our planet through sample return, but just stopping there misses the point.  Read more…More about Jobs, Nasa, Science, Aliens, and Planets