Electronic outdoor lock tattles on thieves

The goLock Venture can be mounted on a bicycle's frame

Locking your outdoor gear up certainly helps keep it from getting stolen, but guess what – thieves may still go after it anyway! That’s where goLock’s Venture lock comes in. Unveiled at Interbike 2017, it notifies you and sounds an alarm if anyone messes with it.

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8-Year-Old Girl Scout Honored For Saving Mom’s Life After Horrific Crash

1010 WINS– On the same day 8-year-old Girl Scout Melina Lakey and her Brownie troop learned basic safety and completed a service project to benefit their local Fire Department, her family was involved in a serious car accident.

Her mother, Ashley McCollum said “Melina risked being cut on glass or injured by car debris,” in an official statement. Ashley, who was bleeding and disoriented, says her daughter kept her composure and helped her get safely out of the overturned car.

“She wasn’t concerned about hurting herself, she was getting me out of the car.”

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On Thursday (9/21) Melina, now a Girl Scout Junior, was presented with the Girl Scouts of America’s Medal of Honor, a national award given for saving a life or attempting to save a life. On hand for the ceremony were her troop and family members, Anderson, IN Mayor Thomas Broderick, Alexandria Fire Chief Brian Cuneo, and Girl Scouts of Central Indiana CEO Deborah Hearn Smith.

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Girl Scouts of the USA CEO Sylvia Acevedo wrote a congratulatory letter to Lakey that said in part, “Your extraordinary courage, incredible confidence, and your willingness to take decisive action in the midst of an emergency has not only saved a life, but also serves as a shining example for Girl Scouts everywhere of fortitude and dedication. Your heroism and sound judgment have earned you a place in the pantheon of heroes who have come before you, and left an indelible mark on the Girl Scouts.”

Although Melina’s Girl Scout uniform will eventually be boxed away, that’s one merit badge she’ll be wearing her entire life.

-Joe Cingrana

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Xbox Live users can now sort friends by game on Xbox One

Xbox One owners can soon sort their Xbox Live friends by game, rather than alphabetically by Gamertag.

Microsoft has announced a new feature arriving in the next Xbox One update, allowing users to sort their friends list by certain titles. Adding to the already lengthy list of features on their way to the public in the months ahead, today’s addition allows users to group friends currently playing certain games via the Xbox guide.

Twitter Reacts To Cardi B Dethroning Taylor Swift For The No. 1 Spot On The Billboard Hot 100!

This is definitely Cardi B‘s breakout year!

The New York rapper’s hot single Bodak Yellow just took the number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100 — which is historic for SO many reasons!

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Not only did the Love & Hip-Hop alum just become the first female rapper to reach #1 on the Hot 100 since Lauryn Hill‘s Doo Wop (That Thing) in 1998, she became the first Latina rapper to EVER top the prestigious chart!

The icing on the cake? Bodak Yellow also dethroned Taylor Swift‘s Look What You Made Me Do! Sry, Swifties!

Needless to say, fans had a lot of celebrating to do on Twitter — see the best reactions to Cardi’s huge accomplishment!

Cardi B’s ‘Bodak Yellow’ Lands Historic Number One on Hot 100

Cardi B’s breakout single “Bodak Yellow” landed at Number One in one of the most contested, scrutinized Hot 100 battles in recent years.

By finishing first, the Love & Hip Hop star became the first solo female rapper to reign atop the Hot 100 since Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in November 1998, a span of almost 19 years. Other female rappers – like Iggy Azalea (“Fancy,” with Charli XCX) and Shawna (as Ludacris’ guest on “Stand Up”) – reached Number One the Hot 100, but Cardi B is the first since Hill to do it alone, Billboard reports.

This week’s race was particularly contentious as Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” vied for a fourth week atop the Hot 100. Spin reported Swift’s camp may have tried to sustain the song’s stature through piggybacking video views on behind-the-scenes video footage and by reducing the price of the digital single on iTunes. However, on Monday, Billboard declared “Bodak Yellow” prevailed. 

Elsewhere, Post Malone’s out-of-nowhere hit “Rockstar” entered the Hot 100 at Number Two, one spot ahead of Taylor Swift’s three-time Hot 100 winner “Look What You Made Me Do.”

While “Rockstar,” which features 21 Savage, was the week’s biggest selling and most streamed single, “Bodak Yellow” earned Number One thanks to its massive advantage in the radio airplay department, with the track tallying 62 million plays.

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Cardi B’s ‘Bodak Yellow’ Lands Historic Number One on Hot 100

Cardi B’s breakout single “Bodak Yellow” landed at Number One in one of the most contested, scrutinized Hot 100 battles in recent years.

By finishing first, the Love & Hip Hop star became the first solo female rapper to reign atop the Hot 100 since Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in November 1998, a span of almost 19 years. Other female rappers – like Iggy Azalea (“Fancy,” with Charli XCX) and Shawna (as Ludacris’ guest on “Stand Up”) – reached Number One the Hot 100, but Cardi B is the first since Hill to do it alone, Billboard reports.

This week’s race was particularly contentious as Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” vied for a fourth week atop the Hot 100. Spin reported Swift’s camp may have tried to sustain the song’s stature through piggybacking video views on behind-the-scenes video footage and by reducing the price of the digital single on iTunes. However, on Monday, Billboard declared “Bodak Yellow” prevailed. 

Elsewhere, Post Malone’s out-of-nowhere hit “Rockstar” entered the Hot 100 at Number Two, one spot ahead of Taylor Swift’s three-time Hot 100 winner “Look What You Made Me Do.”

While “Rockstar,” which features 21 Savage, was the week’s biggest selling and most streamed single, “Bodak Yellow” earned Number One thanks to its massive advantage in the radio airplay department, with the track tallying 62 million plays.

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Cardi B’s ‘Bodak Yellow’ Lands Historic Number One on Hot 100

Cardi B’s breakout single “Bodak Yellow” landed at Number One in one of the most contested, scrutinized Hot 100 battles in recent years.

By finishing first, the Love & Hip Hop star became the first solo female rapper to reign atop the Hot 100 since Lauryn Hill’s “Doo Wop (That Thing)” in November 1998, a span of almost 19 years. Other female rappers – like Iggy Azalea (“Fancy,” with Charli XCX) and Shawna (as Ludacris’ guest on “Stand Up”) – reached Number One the Hot 100, but Cardi B is the first since Hill to do it alone, Billboard reports.

This week’s race was particularly contentious as Taylor Swift’s “Look What You Made Me Do” vied for a fourth week atop the Hot 100. Spin reported Swift’s camp may have tried to sustain the song’s stature through piggybacking video views on behind-the-scenes video footage and by reducing the price of the digital single on iTunes. However, on Monday, Billboard declared “Bodak Yellow” prevailed. 

Elsewhere, Post Malone’s out-of-nowhere hit “Rockstar” entered the Hot 100 at Number Two, one spot ahead of Taylor Swift’s three-time Hot 100 winner “Look What You Made Me Do.”

While “Rockstar,” which features 21 Savage, was the week’s biggest selling and most streamed single, “Bodak Yellow” earned Number One thanks to its massive advantage in the radio airplay department, with the track tallying 62 million plays.

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Powerful drilling speargun lets bacteria poison their enemies

The mechanism by which some bacteria inject deadly poison into other cells has been revealed by ...

There are about 40 trillion bacteria living in and on you, which means things are pretty crowded at the microscopic level. With all that competition between microbes, some have developed a novel way to deal with unwanted neighbors: a tiny speargun that injects lethal poisons through a mechanism known as a type VI secretion system (T6SS). Now researchers at the University of Basel in Switzerland have figured out just how the deadly weapon works.

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