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Law & Order is sending Ice-T to investigate Gamergate-style harassment

The Gamergate movement, irrecoverably linked to the online harassment of women in the games industry, has drawn the ire of Joss Whedon, Patton Oswalt, Seth Rogen, and a number of other celebrities.

Meet Jurassic World's monstrous new dinosaur

Not content with the thousands of identified species of real-world dinosaurs, beasts that grew so huge, with claws so sharp and teeth so long that their collective name literally means "terrible lizard," the makers of the upcoming Jurassic World decided to make a new monster.

Once again, unvaccinated people experience a measles outbreak

The Disneyland measles outbreak is directly attributable to vaccine-denier movements, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said today in a conference call with reporters.

Spotify reportedly raising another $500 million to expand its streaming music empire

Spotify is reportedly in the process of raising $500 million in funding, a move that could open up new avenues for expansion, though delay its plans to go public.

Everyday life can make an awesome video game

More video games should be set in mundane places. I've spent a lot of time saving the world from monsters and engaging in intergalactic warfare, but there are few games that let me experience the drama and excitement of everyday life.

Adobe is suing Forever 21 for pirating Photoshop

Forever 21 has been pirating photoshop, according to a new lawsuit from Adobe, and it's facing serious fines as a result. The suit was filed yesterday in California District Court, alleging that Forever 21 pirated 63 different instances of Adobe software including copies of Photoshop, Acrobat, and Illustrator.

'Sex crimes' by DARPA (and other Twitter poems)

The poem of your life is a selection of tweets from your account hacked together in pseudo-rhyme. Don't believe us?

FTC bans notorious revenge porn operator from posting nude photos without consent

The Federal Trade Commission is banning Craig Brittain, founder of the notorious revenge porn site IsAnybodyDown, from publishing any more nude photos or videos of people without first receiving their explicit consent.

Amazon reports better-than-expected profits and big growth for its Prime service

Amazon has always been good at generating massive revenue. What the company has struggled with is generating a consistent profit.

Google pulls in $4.76 billion in net income in the last quarter of 2014

Google just announced its earnings for Q4 of last year, and it's looking like one of the stronger financial quarter the company has had in some time.

Lego made a 2,996-piece set of Avengers' SHIELD Helicarrier

Avengers fans have to wait until May for Age of Ultron to hit theaters, but Lego just announced something that might help pass the time.

Alibaba has reportedly invested $10 million in Ouya

Ouya, the miniature Android gaming console that began as a Kickstarter sensation but largely fizzled with consumers, is getting a boost from Alibaba.

Tesla will make the absurdly fast P85D even faster with a software update

Tesla's Model S P85D is already a wolf in sheep's clothing — a sedan with a 0-60 time bordering on supercar territory — and CEO Elon Musk says they're going to make it even crazier.

Vince Gilligan and Bob Odenkirk chat about Better Call Saul in new preview

Creating a successful spinoff is never easy, and that must be particularly true for Vince Gilligan, who's tasked with following up the enormous success of Breaking Bad with a new series focused on one of its standout characters.

Fiery star deaths may look different than we thought

Supernovae are the funeral pyres of very massive stars. They forge most of the basic elements we know, including the ones that make up our bodies.

Can super cute puppies save these #brands?

Your company is embroiled in scandal, the stock price is down, and public opinion is turning against you.

Can super cute puppies save these #brands?

Your company is embroiled in scandal, the stock price is down, and public opinion is turning against you.

Microsoft may be investing in Android mod maker Cyanogen

The last year and a half has been big for Android mod community turned legit outlet Cyanogen — the company has raised a bunch of money, launched some official hardware, and made inroads in India.

Your shopping habits are one in a million, literally

In 2006, Netflix showed the world that anonymity isn't the same thing as privacy. The company released millions of movie ratings from its users, offering a cash prize to anyone who could use them to build a better recommendation engine.

The Vergecast, live today at 4:30PM ET!

It's Thursday, January 29th, 2015. I'm Sam Sheffer and there's only — wait, this isn't 90 Seconds! Let me try that again.