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Replacing the CD with a Cassette Tape and other Foundational Considerations Brought Upon by Remote Justice
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By Mirae Heo Just in time for the spooky season, film writer Victor Miller—best known for the screenplay of Friday the 13th—has reclaimed the domestic rights to the iconic slasher film after a five-year legal battle. In 2016, Miller filed a copyright...
By Troy Fowler Like the vast expanse beyond Earth’s atmosphere, the possibilities of what humanity might someday achieve in outer space are limitless. In 2021, three American corporations conducted private launches of civilians into space, breaking a decades...
By Hannah Ceriani Amazon has just announced the launch of its newest voice-activated digital assistant, Astro. Astro is a mobile robot that does everything that Amazon Alexa can and more. It’s primary purpose is to patrol a home or check on pets and...