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psychics

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'Psychic robot' predicts your intentions

Didn't mean to knock that cup of coffee over on your desk? That's OK. Your robot overlord will understand and maybe even keep you from doing it in the first place.

By October 8, 2015

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Man claims online psychic made him buy $1 million Powerball winning ticket

A Hollywood man claims an online psychic pestered him by sending periodic messages that promised riches were coming soon. He tried to ignore the psychic. And then.

By September 27, 2015

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Psychic Uri Geller says he can bend iPhones with his mind

The famed Israel psychic has a theory on why some iPhones bend, and he's out to prove it. Hint: it doesn't involve the phones' grade of aluminum.

By September 30, 2014

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iPhone app created for psychic German octopus

After a cephalopod "predicted" the outcome of multiple World Cup soccer games, an iPhone app development company has created a tribute app.

By July 14, 2010

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Will Facebook threats destroy psychic octopus?

Paul, the octopus who has predicted every single World Cup game involving Germany correctly, predicted the team would lose to Spain. Now he's getting death threats.

By July 9, 2010

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'Psychic' Uri Geller reaches copyright settlement

A deal between the controversial "paranormalist" and skeptic Brian Sapient was reached over a copyright dispute--but the terms of the deal remain a mystery.

By August 4, 2008

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'Psychic' Uri Geller sues over video clip on YouTube

YouTube video aiming to debunk Geller's supposedly paranormal spoon bending has drawn two lawsuits this week, with the "psychic" claiming copyright violations.

By May 9, 2007

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'Psychic' Uri Geller sued after trying to remove critical YouTube clip

'Psychic' Uri Geller is sued by EFF after trying to remove critical YouTube clip

By May 9, 2007

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Short: Psychic advice online

For less than the cost of a therapist, you can now get psychic advice online. The House of Psychics lets visitors click on the psychic of their choice to submit questions and receive tarot card readings by email. Readings are available for $25, $50, and $100 depending on length and complexity of the reading and the number of questions asked, according to the company.

By October 2, 1996