Everything 'The Office' fans need to know about the famous parkour cold open

“Parkour! PARKOUR!”When Office fans hear the word “parkour” they don’t just think of the viral internet sensation that inspired people around the world to, in the words of Jim Halpert, “get from point A to point B as creatively as possible.” They think of the Season 6 cold open, in which Michael, Dwight, and Andy put their utterly dreadful parkour skills to the test and tear up the workplace in the process.On the latest episode… Read the rest

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'Our Flag Means Death' sets sail with silly gentlemen pirates

“Why can’t one be a gentleman and a pirate?”That’s the question posed by Stede Bonnet (Rhys Darby), the main character of HBO Max’s upcoming comedy series, Our Flag Means Death. A pampered aristocrat, Stede abandons his life to captain a pirate ship. Misadventures on the high seas ensue.Our Flag Means Death co-stars Leslie Jones, Fred Armisen, Joel Fry, Nat Faxon, Game of Thrones’s Kristian Nairn, and Taika Waititi, who also serves as executive producer. Waititi… Read the rest

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Sketchy lookalike URLs pop up following launch of USPS free COVID test site

Well that didn’t take long. Less than 24 hours after the United States Postal Service launched an official website for Americans to request free rapid coronavirus tests, websites with suspiciously similar URLs are trying to lure people into purchasing pricey tests. That’s right, the scammers are here. For the record, the official government website for ordering free rapid tests is https://www.covidtests.gov/ (a link on that page takes visitors to https://special.usps.com/testkits). Despite the similarity, sites like… Read the rest

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5G won't make you sick, but it could screw up your air travel

While conspiracy theorists spread wildly false claims about 5G spreading COVID-19 or causing human beings to “spontaneously combust,” the airline industry is worried about a more reasonable problem: How 5G could potentially screw with your air travel.Earlier this month, major wireless carriers AT&T and Verizon postponed a huge, new rollout of 5G services across the United States. Why? There were some serious concerns from the airlines that this new and expanded 5G network could interfere… Read the rest

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Joss Whedon responds to 'Justice League' cast allegations 

There’s no love lost between Justice League cast members and Joss Whedon. The director who took over the project from Zack Snyder has been accused of racism, threats, and generally being a pain to work with from the likes of Ray Fisher, Gal Gadot, and Ben Affleck. That’s not all. Charisma Carpenter and Michelle Trachtenberg also came forward about his alleged bad behavior on the sets of Buffy The Vampire Slayer and Angel. Now, Whedon… Read the rest

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Bernice King calls out #MLKDay virtue signaling, while real activists march on D.C.

For too many Americans, Martin Luther King Jr. Day starts and ends on social media. It’s a disturbing fact that Bernice King, the civil rights leader’s youngest daughter, knows too well. “Tomorrow, there will be people tweeting about my father and #MLKDay who are complicit in, complacent about, and/or a part of cultivating some form of injustice,” King warned her Twitter followers on the eve of the national holiday.As King predicted, #MLKDay began trending first… Read the rest

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'Our dearest apologies': 'Yellowjackets' showrunner answers our many, many finale questions

After one of the most rip-roaring, obsession-worthy debut outings in modern TV memory, Yellowjackets Season 1 has come to a close. On Sunday, Showtime aired “Sic Transit Gloria Mundi,” the epic survival horror series’ tenth and (for now) final episode. We went into the finale with a mountain of theories and questions, then somehow left with even more. Luckily, Yellowjackets Season 2 has already been greenlit so we can plan to talk mysterious antler queens,… Read the rest

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New Safari bug can expose Apple users' browser history and Google account details

A vulnerability in Safari can be exploited to expose your browser history — and possibly elements of your identity. Revealed in a Saturday blog post by FingerprintJS, the bug was introduced to Safari 15 via the Indexed Database API (IndexedDB), which is part of Apple’s WebKit web browser development engine. To put it simply, IndexedDB can be used to save data on your computer such as websites you’ve visited, making them load quicker when you… Read the rest

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Apple CarKey is reportedly coming to more cars soon

In 2020, Apple launched CarKey, a feature that lets you add a digital key for your car to your iPhone or Apple Watch. The feature, however, was only made available to owners of new BMWs. According to a new report, this should change fairly soon. In the latest edition of his Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman says Apple is looking into expanding CarKey to work with cars from other manufacturers. Gurman says the next… Read the rest

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Eric Adams despairs at NYC's 'swagless existence' on 'Saturday Night Live'

Eric Adams is officially the mayor of New York City, which means it’s time he gets the Saturday Night Live treatment. In the latest episode, Chris Redd debuted his Adams impression during a press conference about New York’s “swagless existence” before he assumed his role as mayor. Redd’s Adams go on to say students must be in school despite COVID because of all the “swagless parents” out there. He then explains that he was a… Read the rest

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