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Gogoro strikes deal with Yadea and DCJ to build a battery-swapping network in China

Less than a month after announcing a partnership with India’s largest two-wheeled vehicle maker, Gogoro is taking another big step in its global expansion plans. This time the market is China, where Gogoro’s technology, including its swappable smart batteries, will be used in scooters made by Dachangjiang Group (DCJ), one of the country’s biggest motorcycle makers, and Yadea, one of it top electric two-wheel companies. DCJ and Yadea will jointly invest $50 million in an operating company to deve...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, China, India, Tech, Taiwan, United States, Electric Vehicles, Mobility, Hangzhou, Gogoro, Horace Luke, Electric Scooters, Gore

Updates From The Suicide Squad, Space Jam 2, and More

DC’s Hawkman may have some cool tech in Black Adam. A new look at Adult Swim’s pickup of Tuca & Bertie. Billy Porter looking like a dream in Cinderella. Plus new looks at Legends of Tomorrow, Fear the Walking Dead, and more. Spoilers save us from this Monday!Read more...
Tags: Science, Long, Michael Jordan, Batwoman, Peter Capaldi, The Flash, Don Cheadle, John Cena, Murphy, Luke, Denise, Van Helsing, Nina, Jackie Earle Haley, Candice Patton, Conner

Our Intention and Impact Resonate

Recently, I became exhausted and nauseated by the noise of Facebook and Instagram — so much so that I had to take a social media hiatus. Prior to my pause, I loved peeking through posts and images to get updates on my friends’ lives. I enjoyed broadening my understanding through people’s personal stories and gaining professional guidance. But in the last few months, the social-scape has been overrun with weeds of miscommunication, fear mongering, and deafening disrespect. Posts and comments trum...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Race, Inspiration, Racism, Jesus, Intention, Conversations, Civility, Luke, Holy Spirit, Impact, Encouragement, Brownicity

Exclusive PG: Psycho Goreman Clip – Welcome Back to the Land of the Living is debuting an exclusive clip from the Shudder Exclusive feature PG: Psycho Goreman, which will be available on the streamer starting on May 20, 2021. As a Shudder exclusive, the platform will be the only subscription service that will carry the film in the U.S., Canada, the United Kingdom, Ireland, Australia, and New Zealand. RELATED: George A. Romero’s The Amusement Park To Headline Shudder’s Summer Slate In PG: Psycho Goreman, siblings Mimi and Luke unwittingly resurrect an an...
Tags: Video, Movies, Horror, Canada, New Zealand, Streaming, Indiewire, Luke, Mimi, George A Romero, ComingSoon, Movie News, Adam Brooks, Steven Kostanski, United Kingdom Ireland Australia, Shudder

Serge Ibaka joins Clippers on road; Patrick Beverley joins starters

With four regular-season games left, the Clippers were starting to look like the version of the Clippers who RSVP’d at the season’s start. Patrick Beverley was back in the starting lineup Tuesday in Tampa – the Toronto Raptors’ home site for one more week. And Serge Ibaka – the former Raptor – was there, too, having accompanied his Clippers teammates on a road trip for the first time since he was sidelined by lower back tightness, as the team described it, on March 14. Coach Tyronn Lue was optim...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Reggie Jackson, Rajon Rondo, Tampa, Toronto Raptors, Pat, Luke, Clippers, Serge Ibaka, Beverley, Patrick Beverley, Kawhi Leonard, Ibaka

Tyronn Lue, Clippers locking in their playoff rotation

The Clippers have just 11 rotations of the Earth — and, in that time, just four regular-season games — left to prepare their lineup rotations before embarking on what they hope will be a historic, redemptive journey when the playoffs start May 22. Almost on cue, Kawhi Leonard and Paul George are healthy enough to take on more minutes of action, available for staggered shifts that should equip the Clippers with a superstar on the court most if not all of the time. On Sunday against the Knicks, Ge...
Tags: Sports, Sport, Earth, Soccer, Nba, Anthony Davis, Reggie Jackson, Denver, Tampa, Toronto Raptors, Lakers, Phoenix, Knicks, Paul George, LA Clippers, Luke

The Flash Teases Our First Glimpse at Impulse in Action

Dave Bautista doubles down on the end of his time as Drax. Penn Jillette reveals a suitably bonkers cameo for the Borderlands movie. Tom Cruise is trainward bound in a new look at Mission Impossible 7. Plus, Batwoman tackles racist policing, and what’s next on The Nevers. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Batwoman, Kevin Hart, Tom Cruise, Eli Roth, Drax, Mission Impossible, Roland, Nancy Drew, Luke, Carson, Van Helsing, Dave Bautista, Penn Jillette, Jim Cook

The Flash Teases Our First Glimpse at Impusle in Action

Dave Bautista doubles down on the end of his time as Drax. Penn Jillette reveals a suitably bonkers cameo for the Borderlands movie. Tom Cruise is trainward bound in a new look at Mission Impossible 7. Plus, Batwoman tackles racist policing, and what’s next on The Nevers. Spoilers now!Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Batwoman, Kevin Hart, Tom Cruise, Eli Roth, Drax, Mission Impossible, Roland, Nancy Drew, Luke, Carson, Van Helsing, Dave Bautista, Penn Jillette, Jim Cook

Star Wars Spin-Offs That Would Make Great Disney+ Shows

With Star Wars: The Bad Batch released on Disney+ earlier this week, we thought it would be cool to suggest further spin-offs we’d like to see from that galaxy far, far away. After all, while the Mouse House has certainly provided a fair amount of Star Wars content since acquiring Lucasfilm way back in 2012, there’s still plenty of material to be mined from this enormous gallery of heroes, scoundrels, and villains. Read on and be sure to chime in on the Star Wars spin-offs you’d like to see! D...
Tags: Star Wars, Comics, TV, Movies, Disney, Features, Carrie Fisher, Han Solo, Darth Vader, Little House On The Prairie, Harrison Ford, Lucasfilm, Terminator, Patton Oswalt, Mark Hamill, John Boyega

Blind date: ‘Would we have kissed? Good question’

Nicole, 26, ecological consultant, meets Luke, 26, physiotherapistWhat were you hoping for?I’m still just excited to get out after lockdown. I hate dating apps, so was looking forward to getting to know someone in person. Also, free food. Continue reading...
Tags: Relationships, Life and style, Dating, Luke, Nicole

‘Star Wars: The Bad Batch’ Breakdown: The Details and History That Enrich “Cut and Run”

This post contains spoilers for the second episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, titled “Cut and Run.” As the Bad Batch make their way from Kamino following the events of the first episode of Star Wars: The Bad Batch, they need somewhere to hide and lay low for a while. We heard them speak about about needing to meet someone on J-19. What J-19 means is dubious, but we know they head to the planet Saluecami. Saluecami was first mentioned by Obi-Wan Kenobi in Revenge of the Sith as a planet that h...
Tags: Television, Movies, Disney, Features, Animation, Rex, Lucasfilm, Naboo, Luke, Grand Army, Padmé Amidala, Star-Wars, Bounty Hunters, Ahsoka, Featured Stories Sidebar, Corellia

Olivia Mehaffey to turn professional on May 28

Olivia Mehaffey of Northern Ireland plays her stroke from the No. 2 tee during the final round of the Augusta National Women's Amateur, Saturday, April 3, 2021. Arizona State and Ireland star Olivia Mehaffey has announced her intention to turn professional and make her debut on the Symetra Tour’s Mission Inn Resort and Club Championship in Orlando fro...
Tags: Europe, Japan, Mexico, US, Sport, Ireland, Golf, Northern Ireland, Ncaa, Orlando, Asu, Great Britain, Philip, Luke, Arizona State, LPGA

Clippers rout depleted Lakers, as Anthony Davis exits early

LOS ANGELES — There wasn’t a lot of pizzazz in this particular Lakers-Clippers clash, a third and final regular-season meeting that was decidedly dim on star power without the Lakers’ LeBron James and, after the first quarter, Anthony Davis. Nor were there many baskets for the Lakers, who shot 37.9% (33 for 87) in a 118-94 loss. For the Clippers, there was enough of Paul George. His efficient 24 points (on 8-for-12 shooting) and a healthy dose of former Lakers Rajon Rondo and DeMarcus Cousins of...
Tags: Sports, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Sport, Soccer, Davis, Nba, Lebron James, Anthony Davis, TNT, Staples Center, Anthony, Portland Trail Blazers, James, Lakers, The Lakers

On Star Wars Day, a fan gives birth to a baby boy. His name? Luke, of course.

Babies born at Memorial's four area hospitals Tuesday were dressed in Baby Yoda ensembles complete with crocheted lightsabers       [Author: State Journal-Register]
Tags: News, Luke, State Journal-Register, Baby Yoda

Watch This Neat ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Practical Effects Test Shared by Rian Johnson

It’s May the Fourth, and you know what that means: finally, a day where we can talk about Star Wars! I know we never, ever talk about it any other day, but the 4th of May is the exception to the rule. So go ahead, talk about Star Wars all day. But once tomorrow rolls around, you better stop. To get into the spirit of the day, Rian Johnson, director of the best Star Wars movie, uploaded a nifty little Star Wars: The Last Jedi practical effects test for the scene where Luke catches Rey almost For...
Tags: Star Wars, Movies, Sci-fi, Sequels, Johnson, Lucasfilm, Rian Johnson, Kylo Ren, Rey, Luke, Skywalker, Jedi, Behind the Scenes Footage, The Last Jedi

Coquette, The Miniature Portrait I call Piglet

  This is Piglet.     With her grey curls, which was a thing back then, because she is not that old. Her eyebrows are so hip now. How did she know? A seductive echelle, blue-ribbon untied, what was she thinking I doubt it was about chocolate. And one gold loop, not two, trying to be a modern girl without a pearl earring. I tell you this portrait has a story. Coquette! ------------------             Here is Barbara (Frank is her husband and they love France. I have had the pleasure of mee...
Tags: Travel, Facebook, France, China, America, Wes, Hawaii, Arizona, Venice, Detroit, Jackie, Chris, Judy, Frank, Luke, Heather

Kings, Ducks have options as potential draft lottery teams

Though the Kings still have an outside shot at the playoffs and the Ducks have not yet been mathematically eliminated from contention, both franchises again seem likely to participate in the lottery with aspirations of acquiring a top selection in the 2021 entry draft. Here is a sneak peek at the potential prizes that await the lotto winners. Owen Power, Defenseman, University of Michigan, 6’5”, 214 pounds While Owen Power sounds like a fake name from a comic book or a no-tell motel registry, ...
Tags: Minnesota, Colorado, Defense, Sports, Sport, Power, Harvard, Soccer, New Jersey, Kings, Michigan, Quinn, NHL, Jack, Ducks, Edmonton

More Than Meets the Eye on Social Media

I stack the dirty plates and bowls in the sink, organizing the chaos before I begin the mundane task of washing them. I pump blue dishwashing soap onto the sponge, and while my hands work to wash bits of breakfast and lunch off the plain white Corelle plates, my mind turns to wandering. I look out the window to watch the next door neighbor doing renovations to their house, and I wonder if stress levels are elevated in their home or if this is a normal part of their life. The wall separating our...
Tags: Inspiration, Jerusalem, Social Media, Community, Jesus, Luke, Beloved, Imago Dei

Appeals Court Sides With Dr. Luke on an Issue in Kesha Clash

An appellate court has ruled for music producer Dr. Luke on an important issue in his defamation suit against pop star Kesha.
Tags: Appeals Court, Luke, Kesha Clash

Duluth has COVID-19 vaccines to spare; come and get them, hospitals urge

St. Luke's and Essentia are both seeking to increase the reach of the local supply.
Tags: Duluth, Luke, Essentia

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It's First Trailer Puts Satan on Trial

In 1981, Arne Johnson claimed not guilty to the count of murder by reason of demonic possession. It didn’t work, but it sure as hell looks like it’s going to work as a movie.Read more...
Tags: Hbo, Science, Films, Demon, Billy, Horror Films, Luke, John Noble, Patrick Wilson, Vera Farmiga, Lorraine Warren, The Conjuring, Ghost Hunting, The Conjuring Universe, Ed and Lorraine Warren, Arne Johnson

Gogoro partners with India’s Hero MotoCorp, one of the world’s largest two-wheel vehicle makers

Electric scooters powered by Gogoro’s swappable, rechargeable batteries now account for nearly a quarter of monthly sales in Taiwan, its home market. But one of the most frequent questions co-founder and chief executive officer Horace Luke gets asked is when will Gogoro launch its scooters in other countries. “I always said, ‘we’re getting ready, we’re getting ready, we’re getting ready,” he told TechCrunch. Gogoro answered that question today by announcing a strategic partnership with Hero Moto...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, South Korea, Europe, India, US, Taiwan, United States, Electric Scooter, Electric Vehicles, Mobility, Hero, Gogoro, Horace Luke

9 Totally Nightmarish Imaginary Friends

Drop Dead Fred was released in May of 1991, meaning it’s now been shorthand for “imaginary friend out of control” for three decades. While not all imaginary friends in movies and TV are evil, a fair number of them (including these nine, who range from pesky to psychotic) do take advantage of their positions to make…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Carrie Fisher, Jake Gyllenhaal, Oscar, Brad Pitt, Edward Norton, Adolf Hitler, David Fincher, Maria, Chuck Palahniuk, Tyler Durden, Elliot, Luke, Fred, Rami Malek

Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings's First Trailer Promises Martial Arts Galore

Marvel has finally, finally released the first look at its upcoming martial arts epic Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings—and if you were hoping for some stellar kicking and punching action, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. But it’s the family drama that really makes the movie look so compelling.Read more...
Tags: Science, Mulan, Kim, Mandarin, Luke, Katy, Chi, Shang, Human Interest, Marvel Comics Characters, Wong Kar Wai, Tony Leung, Awkwafina, Shang Chi, Fictional Characters, Occupations

Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, April 17-24

  St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church on Coldwater Canyon Avenue in Studio City. (Google Street View)   Here is a sampling of indoor, outdoor and online religious services in the San Fernando Valley area.   Temple Beth Hillel services: Havdalah online, 7 p.m. April 17 (click on the Facebook link here: A Shabbat service, 7 p.m. April 23 ( The Reform Jewish temple is in Valley Village. 818-763-9148. Sunday with St. Michael and All Angels Epis...
Tags: Facebook, California, Youtube, Religion, Los Angeles, Sport, Fox, Soccer, Community, Local News, Tucker Carlson, Luke, Burbank, Tarzana, St Andrew, Craig Peterson

The Dry Trailer: Eric Bana Stars in IFC Films’ Crime Drama Pic

The Dry trailer: Eric Bana stars in IFC Films’ crime drama pic IFC Films has released the official trailer for their upcoming film adaptation of author Jane Harper’s best-selling debut novel The Dry starring Eric Bana (Black Hawk Down, Troy). The video features a federal agent as he investigates the possible connection between two murder cases involving two of his childhood friends. The film is scheduled to make its U.S. debut on May 24 in theaters and on VOD. While searching for the truth, ...
Tags: Video, Movies, Australia, Thriller, Ifc, Crime Drama, Streaming, Mystery, Ryan Gosling, David Oyelowo, Ifc Films, Luke, Falk, Robert Connolly, Eric Bana, ComingSoon

New to Stream: Shudder May 2021 Movie & TV Titles Revealed!

New to stream: Shudder May 2021 movie & TV titles revealed! The list for the new Shudder May 2021 movies and TV titles have been released, which you can now view below! This includes two new Shudder original films, the sci-fi horror film Fried Barry, and the supernatural slasher pic Skull: The Mask. Next month will also see the exclusive streaming debuts of 2020 films The Reckoning and PG: Psycho Goreman. *New Shudder Original Series The Last Drive-In with Joe Bob Briggs – New Episodes Every...
Tags: England, Hollywood, London, Movies, New York City, US, House, Cape Town, Manhattan, Holland, Barry, Briggs, Devil, Marshall, Luke, Jennifer

Clippers’ Reggie Jackson, Luke Kennard left positive impression in Detroit

When Detroit Pistons head coach Dwane Casey looked out on the court Sunday, and again Wednesday, he caught sight of a pair of players of whom he’d grown quite fond. A couple of guys on the Clippers. Casey coached both Reggie Jackson and Luke Kennard as members of the Pistons, and he spoke of what he learned about both men on Sunday before the Clippers beat Detroit in the first of two meetings in four days, 131-124, behind 33 points from Marcus Morris Sr. (who also played for the Pistons for two ...
Tags: Sports, Toronto, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Jackson, Reggie Jackson, Detroit, Detroit Pistons, Pistons, Paul George, Morris, Luke, Clippers, Reggie, Serge Ibaka

Carrie Fisher’s Screen Test for Star Wars

Before her appearance in Star Wars, Carrie Fisher had only appeared in one film (Hal Ashby’s Shampoo) and for the role of Leia, she was going up against several other great actresses, including Karen Allen and Jodie Foster. In this footage of Fisher’s screen test from late 1975/early 1976, where she’s reading a scene with Harrison Ford about the Death Star plans, you get a tantalizing glimpse of why she ended up winning the part. See also Mark Hamill’s screen test and several other Star War...
Tags: Carrie Fisher, Death Star, Harrison Ford, Mark Hamill, Leia, Kurt Russell, Jason Kottke, Jodie Foster, Luke, Fisher, Karen Allen, Hal Ashby

Lance Armstrong's son Luke arrested for alleged sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl

Luke Armstrong, cyclist Lance Armstrong's son, was accused of sexual assault with a 16-year-old girl at a party in Austin, Texas. Armstrong, who is now 21 years old, a student at Rice University, and former football team member at the university, has been arrested. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Arrests, Lance Armstrong, Luke, Rice University, Luke Armstrong, Austin Texas Armstrong