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Hawkeye isn't in the trailers for 'Avengers: Infinity War,' and people's reactions to the snub are hilarious

Hawkeye, one of the first Avengers, isn't in any of the "Infinity War" trailers, and he isn't on the poster, either. Fans are speculating what his absence means, and it's hilarious. 

Hawkeye is the forgotten Avenger, even when he's on screen. 

Despite the fact that Hawkeye, played by Jeremy Renner, has been with the Avengers team since 2012's "The Avengers," his character is not featured in the trailers or the poster for "Avengers: Infinity War." In fact, Teen Groot has more screen time and poster space than him. That's quite a blow. 

Marvel fans are having fun with his absence, making jokes about his whereabouts on Twitter.

Some assume he dies in "Infinity War" and this is an attempt to keep that quiet, while others assume he's just taking care of his wife and kids.

Here are some of the best Hawkeye tweets:

Avengers: "Okay, who's getting snacks?"Hawkeye: "I can go get some, but I'm no...

US soldiers tested the new targeting system that can turn artillery into a 'giant sniper rifle' — and they liked what they saw

US soldiers recently finished another round of testing on the Army's new artillery targeting system at Fort Greely. The new system has been praised for its size and sophistication. One Army official has said the new device can turn artillery "into a giant sniper rifle."

US Army Field Artillery soldiers recently wrapped up testing of the Joint Effects Targeting System Target Laser Designation System on the rugged terrain of the Cold Regions Test Center at Fort Greely in Alaska.

The JETS handheld targeting system "is a paradigm shift" in how field artillery can be used on the battlefield, Lt. Col. Michael Frank, product manager for Soldier Precision Targeting Devices, said in October. The system could turn a howitzer or the Paladin self-propelled artillery weapon "into a giant sniper rifle," he added.

L.L. Bean cancelled its blockchain and sensor experiment amid layoff announcements

L.L. Bean has cancelled an experiment that would put sensors connected to the Ethereum blockchain inside some of its coats and books, according to The Wall Street Journal.  News of the cancellation came two days before L.L. Bean announced layoffs as the result of flat sales in 2017. The project used Loomia fabrics, which contain sensors that track how an item is used. Users could then send that data to the Ethereum blockchain, where it's accessed by companies looking for customer insights. 

The outdoor clothing retailer L.L. Bean is ending a planned experiment that would put blockchain technology inside its coats and boots, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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The NASA astronaut whose DNA changed after a year in space talks about his underachieving childhood, his identical twin and fellow astronaut brother, and how leaving Earth changes people for the bette

Retired NASA astronaut Scott Kelly had four missions in space, including a 340-day trip aboard the International Space Station in 2015-2016. On our "Success" podcast, he describes himself as a distracted kid who figured out his life later than his identical twin brother Mark, who also became an astronaut. He shared some of his best moments in space, like seeing the entirety of planet Earth, as well as the worst, being helpless when his sister-in-law Gabrielle Giffords was shot in 2011.

When Scott Kelly talks about flying into space, he sounds like a guy talking about his favorite hobby, with the same tone someone would use for golf or fishing.

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly thinks we should never have all humans on Earth at the same time ever again

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly lived on the International Space Station for a year-long mission to see how living in space changes the human body. But the ISS might come to an early end, since President Trump wants to end NASA support for the station and shift the funding toward Mars missions and other goals. Kelly hopes the US won't cut support to the ISS too early — and wants the world to continually have people living in space, a streak that we've kept alive for 18 years.

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly has spent 520 days in space, third-most among American astronauts.

Much of that time has been spent on the

A bitcoin trading firm just opened up a lending business — and it's going gangbusters

Genesis Capital, a lending unit of crypto trader Genesis Trading, has already handed out close to $100 million in loans outstanding, a person familiar told Business Insider. Crypto loans provide a way for bears to express their view in the market.

Bitcoin might be in a bit of a slump, but one brand new bitcoin business is going gangbusters. 

Genesis Capital, the recently launched subsidiary of market making firm Genesis Trading, has close to $100 million in loans outstanding, a person familiar with the company's operations told Business Insider. That's a striking milestone, considering the business was launched two weeks ago

Survivor of Florida bridge collapse recounts the horrifying moment his friend disappeared into the rubble

On Thursday, a pedestrian bridge in Miami collapsed, killing six people and trapping eight cars beneath it.  A survivor of the collapse described the collapse and its aftermath in an interview with Today.  The cause of the collapse hasn't been determined.

On Thursday, a pedestrian bridge in Miami collapsed, killing six people and trapping eight cars beneath it. 

One survivor of the collapse, Florida International University sophomore Richard Humble, described the collapse and its aftermath in an

All the important details in the latest 'Avengers: Infinity War' trailer, and what they mean

The new "Avengers: Infinity War" trailer dropped Friday, and it teases plenty of action and peril for the characters we have come to love (or hate) for the past 10 years.

Beloved characters like Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America face dire situations as the villain Thanos terrorizes the Avengers and Guardians of the Galaxy. But it's not all doom and gloom. The trailer teases much-anticipated reunions, like Bruce Banner and Black Widow; and meetings, like Doctor Strange and Spider-Man, and Iron Man and the Guardians of the Galaxy.

For most viewers, the trailer will be a riveting tease at the blockbuster, but more eagle-eyed fans may notice a few key details.

How to watch March Madness online and on TV
Posted March 16, 2018 10:46 PM
How to watch March Madness online and on TV

March Madness is here. 

The tournament is 67 basketball games played over a 21-day period, culminating with the national championship on April 2. The games will be happening at all times of the day, meaning you might need to watch the games on your tablet, phone, or computer at work. 

Thankfully, there are plenty of ways to watch the games — both online and on TV. 

Here's your guide for streaming the NCAA Tournament online:

You can stream all games on the NCAA's website.

The NCAA website will stream all 67 basketball games. You can find the NCAA's live stream here

Like last year, there will be a

Machines are making more and more decisions for us — but we need to teach them not to discriminate

Automated decision-making in machine learning can lead to discrimination. If this discrimination is not prevented, it would cause irreversible damages such as distrust of the technology and the companies that develop it. This is just one of the risks relating to machine learning.

Erica Kochi is the Head of Innovation at UNICEF and also leads the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council

The opportunities that artificial intelligence (AI) can unlock for our world – from