Woody Allen's response to Harvey Weinstein's behavior is as gross as you'd expect


Director Woody Allen commented today on the mounting sexual assault allegations made against Harvery Weinstein, acknowledging that he feels “sad” for Weinstein and is worried about how this scandal will lead to a “witch hunt atmosphere” in Hollywood.

Since a New York Times investigative report published Oct. 5, more than 30 individuals have accused Weinstein of sexual assault and rape, leading to his expulsion from both his own production company, the Weinstein Company, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.

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If you want a Pixel 2 XL, you'd better order one right now

So hey, Google dropped two new Pixel phones the other day. Cool, right? Especially that XL model, the design on that one looks pretty nice. Maybe you should buy it, last year’s models seemed good — but yeah, you’d probably wait until it’s released and see what the reviews say first, just to be on the safe side. That’s the sensible thing to do, right?

No. No, it isn’t.
If you want to buy Pixel 2 XL, do it now. Open a new tab, navigate to the Google Store (or Verizon’s website, if you’re into that sort of thing) and slam that …

Siri is well ahead of assistant competition; AI “powerusers” are actually outside the demographic you'd expect

Voice assistants on our smartphones are still a bit of a niche — a lot of people out there either feel uncomfortable or unnatural when speaking to their phone, others don’t trust the speech recognition algorithms enough and prefer to just punch in whatever it is themselves. But, with companies working hard to improve their proprietary AI over the years, there are those users that have come to trust and rely on their voice assistants.

According to a study by Verto Analytics, 43.8% of smartphones in the USA have some sort of AI app, which has been used in May of 2017. The voice assistants …

What if the iPhone 7 Plus dual camera had six camera lenses to choose from? You'd get the Shiftcam case

Rugged cases? Check – we have plenty of these to choose from. Six camera lenses? Hold up a second – what is this, and do we actually need it? Well, we think the freedom to switch between real telephoto, wide-angle, fish-eye, and macro lens at any moment sounds pretty freaking great! Why ask seemingly random questions? Because there’s a product that offers both these things in a single package!

The Shiftcam Camera Lens Case for the iPhone 7 Plus is seriously rugged and has six built-in switchable lenses. It also has the formidable and intimidating looks …