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  1. ‘Aquaman’ Concept Art Teaser And Production Update Released By Jason Momoa

    03.30 / 03:06 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Las Vegas - CinemaCon audiences were treated to an appearance from several members of the Justice League during Warner Bros. annual presentation Wednesday night. Special surprises also included a sneak peek at “Wonder Woman” and an update on the highly anticipated “Aquaman” spin-off…
  2. ‘Pokémon GO’ 0.59.2 Update Released; Trainers Complain About Empty Sightings, Gym Lags And More

    03.30 / 03:06 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Just after ending the in-game Water Festival in “Pokémon GO,” Niantic Labs announced on social media that a new version of its Android app is rolling out to players. However, the news was met with complaints from Trainers who noticed serious issues with the game that they want addressed as soon as poss…
  3. Climate Change, Emissions Reduction, Paris Agreement Among Terms To Be Avoided At DOE

    03.30 / 03:06 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The government has long prohibited seven dirty words from being broadcast, and now the Department of Energy’s international climate office is adding a few more — climate change, emissions reduction and Paris agr…
  4. ‘Pokémon GO’ News: Niantic Lab Confirms Rare Golden Magikarp Is Staying For Good

    03.30 / 03:06 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The in-game Water Festival in “Pokémon GO” did not only increase the spawn rates of Water-type Pokémon, it also brought with it a shiny version of Magikarp. Though the fish Pokémon is considered the most pathetic creature in the entire Pokémon universe, Trainers really enjoyed the appearance of its shiny version that Niantic Labs has decided to keep the rare glowing aquatic monster…
  5. US Heroin Epidemic: Use Up 500% In Decade, Dependence Tripled

    03.30 / 01:00 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The number of Americans using heroin has increased five-fold in the last decade and dependence has more than tripled, research conducted at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health indicated. The study of 43,000 users published Wednesday in JAMA Psychiatry found the increases were greatest among males, whites and those with low income and little e…
  6. Pink Out Day: Lawmakers Fight For Funding, Supporters Rally In Pink

    03.30 / 01:00 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The internet went pink Wednesday in an effort to raise awareness for Planned Parenthood's reproductive health care services. The effort was part of the nonprofit's National Pink Out…
  7. What Are VPNs, How Do You Use Them And Do You Need A Virtual Private Network?

    03.29 / 23:50 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Ensuring privacy while browsing online has always been an issue for internet users, but recent developments—from new information coming to light about government surveillance, to the threat of hacking to the legislative rollback of b…
  8. Immigration In Massachusetts: Lawmaker Wants Sanctuary City Officials Arrested

    03.29 / 23:50 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    A Massachusetts sheriff testified before the U.S. House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday calling for elected leaders of "sanctuary cities" to be arrested, prompting a firestorm of criticism from state…
  9. Did Elizabeth Warren Help Ivanka Trump Get A Job? First Daughter Becomes Employee After Ethics Concerns Raised

    03.29 / 23:50 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    First daughter Ivanka Trump will become a federal employee as part of her new White House position, reversing course just hours after Elizabeth Warren asked the Government Ethics Office to clarify her …
  10. The First ‘The Book Of Henry’ Trailer Shows Chilling Fate For Maddie Ziegler’s Character

    03.29 / 23:50 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Las Vegas - “The Book of Henry” trailer made its grand debut during CinemaCon on Wednesday as part of Focus Features’ presentation. After star Naomi Watts and director Colin Trevorrow took the stage, the studio released the first look at the upcoming drama…
  11. Trump-Russia Investigation Update: Pressure Mounting For Independent Probe

    03.29 / 23:50 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Pressure built Wednesday for an independent select committee to investigate Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election with Republicans objecting to House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes’ handling of the i…
  12. First Reveal For 'Star Wars: Battlefront II' Comes April 15

    03.29 / 22:34 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Gamers who are Star Wars fans will have a lot to look forward to at Star Wars Celebration next…
  13. Amazon Shuts Down Quidsi, Announces It Will Buy Retailer SOUQ.com

    03.29 / 22:34 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Amazon is reportedly shutting down its Quidsi division, which owns Diapers.com and Soap.com, according to Bloomberg. The move comes a few years after Amazon acquired Quidsi for $545 million in 2011. Amazon said it wasn’t able to make Quidsi p…
  14. Smartphone DeX Station Price And Availability Details: How Android On Your Desktop Works

    03.29 / 22:34 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Samsung announced a host of products and updates at a launch event Wednesday morning in New York City. In addition to the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus, the manufacturer shared details about new versions of the Gear 360 and Gear VR and also introduced a new product called Samsung…
  15. John McCain vs Kim Jong Un: Senator Defends 'Fat Kid' Insult Against North Korean Leader

    03.29 / 22:34 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., secured his spot next to Hillary Clinton in the Twitter clap back hall of fame Wednesday when he — again — mocked the physique of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un…
  16. April's Free PlayStation Plus Games Include 'Drawn To Death,' 'Lovers in a Dangerous Spacetime'

    03.29 / 22:34 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    April’s lineup of free games for PlayStation Plus subscribers features comic book-inspired shooter action and animal-based strategy gameplay. As previously announced, April’s lineup of free PlayStation games is anchored around Drawn to Death, the third-person shooter from God of War and Twisted Metal director David Jaffe. The multiplayer title has players competing in combat against each other in heavily stylized levels that draw from pulp and comic book inspirations. Check out a tra…
  17. ‘Mass Effect: Andromeda’ Updates Coming Vigorously Until Game Is Fixed, BioWare Confirms

    03.29 / 21:23 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Mass Effect: Andromeda didn’t meet the high expectations of many gamers, and developers at BioWare seem keenly aware of player response. Tweets from designer Ian Frazier and producer Michael Gamble suggest commitment to i…
  18. Domino's Delivery Will Begin Using Self-Driving Robots To Bring You Pizza

    03.29 / 21:23 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    Pizza company Domino’s teased a driverless delivery robot back in 2015, and now it will be a reality for some customers. Domino’s is using a fleet of autonomous robots built by Starship Technologies to deliver pizza in European cities, Starship announced Wed…
  19. Police Jobs: NYPD Vow To Hire Civilians Goes Unfulfilled

    03.29 / 21:23 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The New York Police Department hasn't been hiring civilians despite plans by the de Blasio administration to fill certain jobs with nonuniformed personnel, including safety personnel, traffic enforcement agents and 911 operators, a recent report released by the Independent Budget…
  20. Is Saudi Arabia Safe For Tourists? US Issues Travel Warning

    03.29 / 21:23 ibtimes.com IBTimes - Science
    The U.S. State Department warned Americans Wednesday to think twice about traveling to Saudi Arabia due to the risk of terrorism. The State Department noted fighting in Yemen has spilled over into Saudi…