KIckstart your own Amazon FBA business with this $49 playbook

Thousands of savvy small FBA entrepreneurs are working hand in hand with the Amazon team — and they’re making a killing. You can find out how to make Amazon your business partner with The Ultimate Side Hustle Bundle: Amazon FBA and Freelancing. Right now, the package is on sale at over 90 percent off, just $49 from TNW Deals.

CHEAP: Daaaamn, the KEF SPACE ONE headphones have $250 (!!!) off

Welcome to CHEAP, our series about things that are good, but most of all, cheap. CHEAP! I love headphones. Not only do I not go anywhere without a pair, but they just bring me endless joy. Listening to great sounding music is brilliant – and I’m sure you feel the same. With that in mind, we’ve got a hell of a deal for you today: a set of the KEF SPACE ONE headphones for only $150. YES! These things normally sell for $400, so this deal gets you a whopping $250 (or 63 percent) off the list price. Which, clearly,…
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How did the moon end up where it is?

Nearly 50 years since man first walked on the moon, the human race is once more pushing forward with attempts to land on the Earth’s satellite. This year alone, China has landed a robotic spacecraft on the far side of the moon, while India is close to landing a lunar vehicle, and Israel continues its mission to touch down on the surface, despite the crash of its recent venture. NASA meanwhile has announced it wants to send astronauts to the moon’s south pole by 2024. But while these missions seek to further our knowledge of the moon, we are still…
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Watch: Sony made a God of War documentary as good as the game

Sony today debuted “God of War: Raising Kratos,” a full-length documentary chronicling the trials and triumphs of the development team behind the 2018 PlayStation 4 smash hit. It’s a wonderful peek behind the curtain at the wizardry that goes into making a seminal video game. And, best of all, it’s free on YouTube. Last year’s reimagined God of War game was absolutely adored by critics, receiving near universal praise. And it flew off shelves (or into download queues, as the case may be) to become one of the best-selling titles of the year. TNW called it the best action/adventure game…
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Twitter tears into Delta for its tone-deaf anti-union, pro-video game poster

Delta Airlines is passing around anti-union posters comparing union dues to the price of a new console, implying the latter will bring employees more joy than the former. And this particular message is uniting both gamers and pro-union labor leaders in a single message: WTF, Delta? The message, a poster emblazoned with a non-brand-specific controller, was spotted by Common Dreams writer Eoin Higgins. It reads, “Union dues cost around $700 a year. A new video game system with the latest hits sounds like fun. Put your money towards that instead of paying dues to the union.” At the bottom is a…
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Tineco’ Pure One S12 vacuum should make you reconsider that Dyson

When I reviewed Dyson’s V10 last year, I finally understood why people were willing to pay such a premium for the company’s vacuums. But testing Tineco’s Pure One S12 the past couple of weeks has been a reminder that there are versatile alternatives that give you more for your money. The S12 comes four packages, ranging from $449 at the entry level to $699 for the most goodies thrown in; I tested the $599 configuration. My first thought was that it looked a lot like a Dyson with a white coat of paint. Like the new Dyson V11, the S12’s headline…
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‘Failosophy’ author on why failure leads to success

Speaking today at The Next Web’s 2019 conference, author and futurist Gabe Zichermann gave an account of various industries that got stronger through failures, rather than successes. As he put it, sometimes you have to fail in order to find the success — and there are several examples of industries and people who made their failures work to their advantage. One in particular stood out for just how many failures had to happen before it became what it is today: namely, the aviation industry. Zichermann pointed out, the aviation industry is, for the most part, very safe, and has been…
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Oops! Scientists accidentally create new material that makes batteries charge much faster

Some of the most famous scientific discoveries happened by accident. From Teflon and the microwave oven to penicillin, scientists trying to solve a problem sometimes find unexpected things. This is exactly how we created phosphorene nanoribbons – a material made from one of the universe’s basic building blocks, but that has the potential to revolutionize a wide range of technologies. We’d been trying to separate layers of phosphorus crystals into two-dimensional sheets. Instead, our technique created tiny, tagliatelle-like ribbons one single atom thick and only 100 or so atoms across, but up to 100,000 atoms long. We spent three years…
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How to use AI to redefine the way we create art

Historically, artists have been defined by the tools available to make their work – sculptors, painters, and music instrumentalists. Rama Allen, executive creative director of London-headquartered studio The Mill, is looking to turn that idea on its head, by using AI to create art in tandem with humans. To illustrate this at TNW2019 Conference, he cited the example of The Reeplicator, a project The Mill worked on last year. It’s essentially a live beatboxing AI that has a vocal sample bank it can use to collaborate in real-time with an artist. In this case, it’s with London-born beatboxer Reeps One.…
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Google brings playable podcasts to search results

At I/O 2019, Google announced that it will start including podcasts in search results so that you can listen to them right away without the need for a standalone podcast app. The feature, as of today, has gone live across both desktop and mobile web. Searching for a relevant podcast now surfaces a card of the most recent three episodes. The podcasts can be played right there by clicking the play button. But tapping on the links will take you to podcasts.google.com, offering a feed of all the episodes. Selecting ‘play’ will bring up a basic audio player, with controls…
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