‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ showrunner breaks down the unsettling, shocking reveal June discovers

Warning: There are spoilers ahead for season three, episode six of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” “Household.” June (Elisabeth Moss) heads to Washington, DC on Wednesday’s episode to unwillingly help the Waterfords try to get back their daughter from Canada. While there, June notices the handmaids cover their mouths and don’t speak. June later discovers the DC handmaids are silenced with rings through their mouths. Showrunner Bruce Miller told INSIDER the rings were his idea to add to the show, and that they’re actually quite comfortable for the actors to wear. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more. On Wednesday’s episode of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” June (Elisabeth Moss) heads to Washington, DC and makes… Read More

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Walmart is discounting a 4K TCL Roku smart TV by $600 — it now costs half its original price

TCL has been building great TVs for people who are on a budget, and now, one of its 4K smart TVs is $600 off at Walmart for a limited time. The TCL 65S517 TV boasts a massive 65-inch 4K display, HDR support, and it has Roku’s smart TV software built right into it. The $600 discount cuts the original $1,200 price of the TV in half, so this is a truly excellent deal. In the market for an awesome big-screen 4K TV that comes at a relatively low price yet still offers a ton of great features? The TCL 65S517 may be the TV for you. The TV boasts a… Read More

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Rafael Nadal is annoyed after Wimbledon seeded Roger Federer above him, and even Novak Djokovic is surprised

Rafael Nadal has called out Wimbledon for not respecting ATP rankings.Nadal is the world’s number two ranked player, having reached the final of one major so far this season, won another, and won an ATP title.However, Federer the world’s number three ranked player, has been seeded higher at Wimbledon than Nadal.Wimbledon uses a separate algorithm to decide who is seeded where, and who, potentially, has an easier draw in the competition.It is the only Grand Slam event in tennis to do this, and even defending champion Novak Djokovic is surprised that it favors Federer over Nadal…. …read more Source:: AOL.com       

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A small Chinese smartphone company has figured out how to make a full-screen display without a notch or pop-up selfie camera

Oppo, a Chinese smartphone maker, revealed its new technology called “under screen camera” (USC) that lets a selfie camera hide underneath a display. The USC lets Oppo include a selfie camera on smartphones without using a notch design, like the iPhone XS and countless other Android devices, or a mechanized pop-up system like you’d find on the OnePlus 7 Pro and Asus Zenfone 6. The tech may come with compromises to selfie camera quality, but Oppo hopes its software-based solutions will address some of the quality issues. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Oppo — a small smartphone company compared to the likes of Apple or Samsung — revealed… Read More

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A beer company is offering a free ‘Deliver-a-Nonna’ service where an Italian grandmother will come and cook for you in your home

Birra Moretti is launching a “Deliver-a-Nonna” service. If you live in London or Brighton in the UK, the beer brand will send you an Italian grandmother to cook for you in your own home — for free. The nonna will also “share traditional skills and best kept secrets” for aspiring Italian chefs. Visit INSIDER’s homepage for more stories. You may think you’ve seen it all when it comes to food delivery services, but one beer company has gone one step further. Birra Moretti is launching a free “Deliver-a-Nonna” service where an Italian grandmother will come cook for you in your own home. People living in London and Brighton, UK can… Read More

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25% of Bernie Sanders’ supporters don’t trust the Democratic National Committee to run a fair 2020 primary

Some Democratic primary voters say they don’t trust the Democratic National Committee to run a fair primary process. Democrats who support 2020 candidates Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, entrepreneur Andrew Yang, Rep. Tim Ryan, and Sen. Bernie Sanders are particularly doubtful of the DNC’s process. Some Democrats have recently criticized the group for refusing to hold a primary debate on climate change policy, which the majority of 2020 candidates are pushing for. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Some Democratic primary voters — particularly those who support 2020 candidates Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, entrepreneur Andrew Yang, Rep. Tim Ryan, and Sen. Bernie Sanders — are skeptical of the Democratic National Committee’s ability… Read More

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