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top 10 albums

THE GREATEST SHOWMAN(ORIGINAL MOTION PICTURE SOUNDTRACK) VARIOUS ARTISTS BY THE WAY, I FORGIVE YOU BRANDI CARLILE ZOMBIES(ORIGINAL TV MOVIE SOUNDTRACK) VARIOUS ARTISTS BLACK PANTHER (ORIGINAL SCORE) LUDWIG GORANSSON MAN OF THE WOODS JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE ÷ (DELUXE) ED SHEERAN EVOLVE IMAGINE DRAGONS FROM A ROOM: VOLUME 2 CHRIS STAPLETON NOW THAT’S WHAT I CALL MUSIC, VOL. 65 VARIOUS ARTISTS BLACK PANTHERTHE ALBUM MUSIC FROM AND INSPIRED BY KENDRICK LAMAR, THE WEEKND, SZA…

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box office top 20: ‘black panther’

“Black Panther” scored $111.7 million at the North American box office in its second week according to final studio figures Monday, putting Ryan Coogler’s Marvel sensation on a trajectory that could ultimately land it among the highest grossing films. Disney again revised up the weekend performance of “Black Panther,” after estimating that it grossed $108 million on Sunday. The strong second week sales pushed the film’s cumulative domestic gross past $400 million and its worldwide haul above $700 million. “Black Panther” easily trounced new releases. The Warner Bros.-New Line comedy “Game Night,” starring Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams, debuted with $17 million. Alex Garland’s sci-fi thriller “Annihilation,” starring Natalie Portman, opened with $11.1 million on about 2,000 screens. Paramount earlier sold the international rights (except in China) for “Annihilation” to Netflix after disappointing…

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ford and miami to form test bed for self-driving cars

Ford Motor Co. is making Miami-Dade County its new test bed for self-driving vehicles. The automaker and its partners — Domino’s Pizza, ride-hailing company Lyft and delivery company Postmates — are starting pilot programs to see how consumers react to autonomous and semi-autonomous vehicles. Self-driving startup and Ford partner Argo AI already has a fleet of cars in the area making the highly detailed maps that are necessary for self-driving. Ford also will establish its first-ever autonomous vehicle terminal in Miami, where it will learn how to service and deploy its test fleet. More services will likely be introduced as the partnership goes on, including Chariot, an appbased shuttle service owned by Ford. It’s all part of Ford’s effort to find viable business models for fully autonomous vehicles and get them on…

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new samsung phone: nicer camera, static design, higher price

Samsung unveiled new smartphones with largely unchanged designs and incremental improvements such as a better camera — accompanied by a second annual price increase for many customers. The static design of the new Galaxy S9 underscores both the slowing pace of smartphone innovation and the extent to which other manufacturers, particularly Apple, have caught up with Samsung features that once stood out. That includes everything from edge-to-edge screens to facial recognition to a water-resistant body. The new phone’s biggest selling point is a collection of minor improvements to its camera, which is already among the best in the smartphone business. The S9 promises even better low-light shots, while offering a video mode that appears to freeze fast-moving objects, matching a feature in some Sony phones. The S9 can automatically detect when there’s…

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less is more as companies explore shopping by voice

When the world shifted from personal computers to smartphones, websites had to slim down to work on smaller screens and slower wireless connections. A similar shift to voice-centric services is again forcing businesses to rethink how they present information to consumers — and spurring new efforts to help them do so. The software company Adobe, for instance, announced this week a new suite of tools that could help airlines, retailers and other companies create simple voice interfaces for travel and shopping. It’s not a simple task, since a voice-based digital assistant can’t really list dozens of flight options or hundreds of products. That means companies have to figure out how to winnow down those choices to the travel options or products people are most likely to want — an inherently fraught undertaking. The…

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state of the art: museum takes hi-tech look at vermeer

This really is state of the art research. Experts at the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague are using the latest technology to take a long, hard look at one of their most prized paintings, Johannes Vermeer’s “Girl with a Pearl Earring,” and they are inviting the public in to watch. For two weeks, experts are pointing a battery of high-tech machines at the 17th-century masterpiece of a young woman whose enigmatic gaze has earned her the nickname of the Dutch Mona Lisa. The iconic painting was last studied in 1994 during a conservation project. In those days, they took paint samples from the priceless work to examine. Since then, technology has made such advances that the museum says scanners and X-ray machines that don’t even touch the surface of the canvas can provide new…