Day: July 18, 2019

Here’s how the new Corvette Stingray could morph into a ‘fire-breathing monster’

Nearly seven decades after its debut, the Corvette is getting a dramatic makeover. The eighth generation of the quintessentially American sports car, referred to by enthusiasts as the C8, will be revealed Thursday night as the 2020 Corvette Stingray. Featured in hundreds of movies, such as Mark Hamill’s “Corvette Summer,”

The first-ever official Keto diet-approved pizza from a national chain is rolling out across America

Blaze Pizza is rolling out a new Keto diet-approved pizza crust with just six grams of net carbs. The crust swaps flour for ingredients like flax seeds, eggs, and cheese. The fast-casual pizza chain is rolling out a new line of diet-friendly pizzas, including the Keto Pizza, Protein Pizza, and

De Ligt to Juve: Opta data reveals danger to Bonucci

Juventus have won the race for Matthijs de Ligt and handed Maurizio Sarri an €85.5million asset set to immediately challenge for a starting spot. The Netherlands international commanded the attention of Barcelona, Bayern Munich, Manchester United and more before agreeing a five-year contract in Turin. De Ligt, 19, captained Ajax

Ebola declared global health emergency as 2nd-largest outbreak

The second-deadliest outbreak of Ebola in history has been dubbed a global health emergency by the World Health Organization after a case was confirmed in a Congo border city of two million people with an international airport. The WHO has finally declared the outbreak, which has killed 1,600 people since

Elon Musk Sees His Neuralink Merging Your Brain With A.I.

Elon Musk said startup Neuralink, which aims to build a scalable implant to connect human brains with computers, has already implanted chips in rats and plans to test its brain-machine interface in humans within two years, with a long-term goal of people “merging with AI.” Brain-machine interfaces have been around