Piers Morgan’s “Good Morning Britain” co-hosts express the frustration of working with him

Piers Morgan (Credit: Reuters/Andrew Burton) Piers Morgan found himself literally in the middle of some serious shade thrown by his “Good Morning Britain” co-hosts on Wednesday. The editor-at-large for the conservative Daily Mail was ranting about how he’s sick and tired of scrolling through his Facebook news feed only to see that it is constantly clogged up with political opinions. “I’ve had to unfriend family members . . . please I need some rest by it, can’t you just put a picture of your little kid having an ice cream or something?” Morgan asked. His co-host Susanna Reid leaned forward and rested her head in her hand in displeasure. “I… Read More

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This robot-made pizza in Silicon Valley should terrify Domino’s and Pizza Hut

Robots could kill off huge swaths of jobs in the future — but at least they come bearing pizza. Founded in 2015, Zume Pizza uses robotics and artificial intelligence to make pizza more quickly. The startup has expanded its delivery area across Silicon Valley since its retail launch last fall and added new team members including a former UberEats executive and a robot that can press a mound of dough into the perfect pizza crust five times faster than a human. An increasing number of pizza eaters are ditching legacy brands like Domino’s and Pizza Hut for newer fast-casual and delivery chains. Business Insider took a tour of Zume’s headquarters… Read More

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Saying goodbye to the tech of Pretty Little Liars

Pretty Little Liars’ final episode aired on Tuesday, marking the end of five teenagers trying to unmask their stalker by fearfully scrolling through texts, cringing at every ring of a cellphone, and elaborately tracking down lair after lair. At its high points, the show gave us culturally defining moments about technology, transcending the usual Mean Girls in spite of its girly pink facade. And even at its low points, it offered up zany plot points, like evil twins. To say goodbye, here’s a last look at how technology was encoded into the show’s DNA. Spoilers ahead for the series finale of Pretty Little Liars. glamor, humor, and insane technology Outlandish… Read More

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5 Things to Know About Judy Malinowski, Who Lived For Two Years After Being Set on Fire by Fiancé

On Tuesday, nearly two years after she was set on fire by her former fiancé, Judy Malinowski succumbed to the injuries she sustained in the August 2015 attack, dying at the age of 33. The attack left 90 percent of her body covered in third- and fourth-degree burns; Malinowski was hospitalized at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center, where she remained in critical condition until her death. Here are five things to know about the case. 1. Malinowski Is Survived By Her Two Daughters Malinowski was a mother of two at the time of the attack. Her two daughters are now aged 9 and 13. The two girls were shocked… Read More

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