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New 'Sherlock' trailer ends with three tantalizing little words

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Watch the first Fate of the Furious trailer

Fast 8 is now The Fate of the Furious, brilliantly, and the first full trailer gives us our first good look at what the Fast and Furious series’ post-Paul Walker existence is going to look like....

'Muppet Show' sketch 'Pigs in Space' returns after 20 years

The intrepid crew of the USS Swinetrek is back in a spoof of "Alien." In space, no one can hear you squeal.

Local Motors unveils 3D printed autonomous car with drone

Engineers from Local Motors have recently found a way to utilize self-driving cars, 3D printers and drones, all together in one amazing machine.

Halo Wearables See Hydration Tracking As Future Of Wearable Market

Halo Wearables, a wearable fitness startup, wants to bring hydration tracking into the mainstream with Halo Edge, the company’s first wearable.

Smart city transformation begins with tangible entry points

Clearly defined entry points can help local leaders navigate the early stages of their smart city transformation to a connected metropolis

This beacon platform influenced $14.5 billion in Black Friday sales

inMarket, one of the world’s largest beacon platforms, announced its platform influenced $14.5 billion in consumer spending during the Black Friday weekend.

'Doctor Who' Christmas special trailer features a superhero and aliens in NYC

The Tardis lands in New York where the Doctor will battle aliens alongside a masked vigilante in the "Doctor Who Christmas Special: The Return of Doctor Mysterio," airing Christmas Day.

Amazon just opened a grocery store without a checkout line

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Introducing OpenSprinkler Bee 2.0 — a WiFi-enabled Universal Sprinkler Controller « RAYSHOBBY.NET

The Booster is controlled by two MOSFET-based high-side switches. The first one controls the input power: the microcontroller uses it to feed the input 5V to the booster, which quickly raises the voltage to 24V. After a couple of seconds, high-side switch 1 is turned off and the microcontroller prepares the states of the half H-bridges (COM, Z1, Z2, Z3). Let me first explain how the states are set for Latching solenoids. The solenoids for the three zone are connected between COM-Z1, COM-Z2, and COM-Z3 respectively. Normally all four half bridges are in ‘High’ state, so the net voltage across every solenoid is 0. To activate a solenoid (say Z1), the corresponding half-bridge will be pulled down to ground (i.e. ‘Low’ state). The microcontroller then turns on high-side switch 2 momentarily to dump the charge from the 2200uF capacitor to the solenoid. This turns on the valve. To deactivate the solenoid, the microcontroller pulls all half-bridges to Low, except the zone that is to be deactivated which remains in High state. It then turns on high-side switch 2 momentarily, again dumping the capacitor charge to the solenoid, but now in reverse polarity, thus closing the valve. This is basically how it operates latching solenoids.

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14 great memes that came out of the hellhole that was 2016

Back in May, a gorilla named Harambe was fatally shot by an employee at the Cincinnati Zoo to protect a child that had fallen into the gorilla enclosure. The internet responded with hashtags like #JusticeForHarambe and #RIPHarambe as well as a flood of memes honoring the late gorilla. It was the type of dark humor perfect for a year like 2016.

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Great Gift Ideas From the Editors of WIRED

No matter who you’re buying for—a music-lover or a musician, an aesthete or an athlete—we have gift ideas that will satisfy every need on your shopping list. Here are 38 essential gifts for giving, getting, and coveting this holiday season, all picked by WIRED’s editors.

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How to use your wearable's VO2 Max feature in your fitness routine

It is important to keep in mind that a normal medical VO2 Max test is done in a lab and requires an individual to wear a mask while performing an increasingly difficult treadmill run, and during that time, the volume of oxygen entering and leaving the lungs is measured. This level of accuracy is not within the capability of a wristband or watch.  Therefore, wearable tech measurements are just a good estimate.

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Google Self-Driving Project Set To Graduate From X Labs

Google’s self-driving project may graduate from X Labs, the company’s moonshot incubator, in a few months, according to project leader and ex-Hyundai CEO John Krafcik.

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Hey IoT devs: Deadline is looming for that Bluetooth innovation award

“Last year’s winners – an advanced Bluetooth beacon used to improve food safety and a smart flood sensor designed to alleviate natural disaster fallouts – prove that the power of Bluetooth is only limited by the imagination. The applications we’ve received so far this year demonstrate the amazing scope of the tech, highlighting the technology’s ability to inspire creators to build the next generation of technology that will transform our day-to-day lives,” said Katy Scheck, Director of Marketing, Bluetooth SIG.

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https://politics.slashdot.org/story/16/12/11/2258242/twitter-reinstates-white-nationalist-leaders-account?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter

An anonymous reader quotes BuzzFeed: On Saturday evening, Twitter reinstated -- with verification -- the account of Richard Spencer, a leading figure of the so-called alt-right movement, and the head of the white nationalist think tank, The National Policy Institute. Spencer's account was suspended mid-November as part of a larger cull of prominent alt-right accounts... However, according to Twitter, Spencer was banned on a technicality: creating multiple accounts with overlapping uses. Twitter's multiple account policy was put in place as a safeguard to help curb dog piling and targeted harassment. [Twitter] offered to reinstate one of Spencer's accounts if he agreed to follow the company's protocols. Vox says the move "raises the question of to what extent Twitter intends to enforce the 'hateful conduct' policy ." But the suspension had also been criticized by David Frum, a senior editor at the Atlantic, who wrote that "The culture of offense-taking, platform-denying, and heckler-vetoing... lets loudmouths and thugs present themselves as heroes of free thought . They do not deserve this opportunity.

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Walter White joins the Trump cabinet on 'SNL,' and he has the perfect role

By that logic, who did the show predict Trump would hire to lead the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA)? None other than former high school chemistry teacher and meth cook, Walter White.

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23 Tools and Tips for Social Media Marketers : Social Media Examiner

This is really key to the growth of Social Media Examiner. In the early days, I went out of my way to help significant people in the world of social media marketing. I would get them on camera, interview them and promote the heck out of the video. I didn’t just go after people who were superstars, I went after people who had amazing potential for success.

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Bank Glitch Allows Man to Spend Over $1 Million and Walk Away Free

It looked like it was going to be a typical story of hubris when Moore was eventually sentenced to a maximum of four and half years for ­obtaining financial advantage by deception and three years for dealing with proceeds of crime, to be served concurrently. But no, life smiled upon this bumbling broke man. He spent five months in jail, and on December 1st an appeals court overturned his conviction because he “had not been deceptive” when misappropriating the bank’s funds. The bank had made no effort to stop him and he never tried to mislead them. By being such an inept criminal, Moore had given himself a way out.

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What is fog computing and what does it mean for IoT?

As the fog computing paradigm continues to evolve and an exponentially increasing amount of devices achieve connectivity we will see more choices being made regarding what data should be used where and subsequently stored. The cloud has given us us several advantages in terms of scalability and cheapness, but we will now need to make more decisions on how we treat the exponentially growing amount of data we are generating for IoT infrastructure to perform optimally.

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7 reasons to get a sous vide machine

A couple hours before guests arrived, I put the steaks in the water bath (using the same recipe in the video at the top of this post). When it was time to serve the steaks, all that was left to do was torch them for a couple minutes and serve. If you have a plancha, griddle or multiple cast iron pans, you can quickly sear the steaks in oil or butter.

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Get your startup’s HR right the first time with this Ultimate Human Resources Training

What do many startup entrepreneurs never consider on top of getting their product to market? The ins-and-outs of assembling HR departments. Unglamorous perhaps, but absolutely essential. And with the instruction you’ll get in the

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How to Get Those Fun Face Effects on Snapchat With Snapchat Lenses

Anyone who’s new to Snapchat has wondered how exactly they can get to the face effects feature, or as Snapchat calls them – Lenses. In true Snapchat fashion, there’s no button for it.

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The 24 biggest breakthroughs for self-driving cars in 2016

Uber launched its pilot program in Pittsburgh that allowed select users to get a ride in a self-driving car. Tesla also began producing its cars with the hardware necessary to be fully driverless . These moves show self-driving cars are no longer just a concept, but actual products we can see for ourselves.

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Death to JIRA

I have long held that Atlassian’s ubiquitous JIRA bug-tracker / feature-planner serves a valuable purpose in the software biz: it gives project teams a common enemy to bond together against. Alas, it’s not worth it. JIRA’s design is fundamentally antithetical to good software development, if it is used for anything more than simple bug tracking. Allow me to propose a better way.

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Giving The Gift Of VR This Holiday Season? Here's Everything You Need To Know

So Vive has an edge in terms of out-of-the-box VR power (which Rift owners can match with additional investment in hardware). On the other hand, the Rift is easier to use and has a more refined design. Either way, both systems offer experiences that can be breathtaking in a way that lower-end systems simply aren’t. If the price tag doesn't scare you, you can be pretty confident about springing for either model. When you strap on a Vive or a Rift with Touch, you are playing with the best consumer VR on the market today. It’s unlikely any competitors will succeed in one-upping the Vive or Rift in the coming year.

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Donald Trump Clarifies His Plans for Destroying the Environment

I mean, we have jobs that are in the pipeline. And I deal with all the executives, the big ones and the small ones—I have really gotten to know this country. And when you have to wait 10 and 15 years for an approval and then you don’t even get the approval, it’s no good. So, we’re gonna clean it up; we’re gonna speed it up. And by the way, if somebody is not doing the right thing we’re not gonna approve.

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Wedding guests sue groom, say camera drone hit them

Scott Robb, vice president of Searles Castle Event Management, however, offered me this statement: "Mr. Billcliff was told by Searles Castle at Windham, with absolute certainty, that he was not allowed to fly a drone at the Castle due to our familiarity with the laws and zones around our property."

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Nazi-Loving White Nationalist Allowed to Tweet Again

Nazi-saluting white nationalist Richard Spencer—who coined the term “alt-right”—had his Twitter account reinstated, along with verification. In mid-November, Spencer was suspended from the site along with other prominent alt-right voices like Pax Dickinson and Ricky Vaughn.

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'Guardians of the Galaxy' director defends adding Baby Groot

That said, Baby Groot is already helping "Guardians" buzz, much more than Cousin Oliver ever helped the Bradys. Gunn wrote on Facebook on December 5 , "With 81 million views in its first 24 hours, the 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2' Teaser Trailer is the SECOND BIGGEST TEASER TRAILER EVER (after 'Beauty and the Beast'), and the biggest Marvel Studios Teaser ever! No kidding -- I'm, like, floored. Thank all of you so very much for watching it (more than once), and sharing it, and welcoming Baby Groot and (fellow new character) Mantis with open arms."

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John Cena Punches a Teen Out of His Pants in SNL's Karate Kid Parody

Ralph Macchio might have been the hero...but in any semblance of real life, all the crane poses in the world wouldn’t stop that blonde goober from kicking his ass. Which is exactly what John Cena does. “What the butt?”

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Bill Gates and investors worth $170 billion have a new fund to fight climate change via energy innovation

One thesis driving the fund is that only governments have the resources to invest in fundamental research, through government labs and funding for university research, at a scale that is needed for breakthrough advances. Government funding in areas such as battery technology and materials used for solar power, for example, has seeded the growth of those areas, with their commercialization subsequently funded by private investors.

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Repairing a $30,000 Tire Is an Insanely Complicated and Satisfying Experience

Repairing a $30,000 Earth Mover tire is not nearly as simple as fixing a flat on your Hyundai. Dozens of steps are necessary. Watching it all go down is an experience comprised of buffing, skiving, scooping, filling, stripping, stitching and more oh-so-satisfying steps.

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Tim Cook, Satya Nadella, Larry Page, and More Going to Trump's Tech Summit at Trump Tower on December 14

Apple’s CEO Tim Cook along with other heavyweights from the Silicon Valley like Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and Alphabet’s CEO Larry Page will be attending a summit with President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday at Trump Tower in Manhattan.

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Soft Robot Hand Brings a Gentle Touch to the Future

Remarkable advancements in artificial intelligence have made it seem like uncannily human androids are just around the corner. But even though SIRI might be able to tell you a joke, robotics are still pretty clunky. That’s where soft robotics come in.

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How to Create Your Own Twitter Moment on iPhone or iPad

Don’t expect to see your Twitter Moments featured on the Moments page any time soon — those are still for Twitter’s own creations. Instead, your own Moments are a great way to round up your favorite related tweets and save them for later or share them in a collection. Initially a feature limited to the desktop website, now you can create your own Moments from the iOS and Android apps.

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Bluetooth 5's faster, longer-ranged wireless is here

Again, the new spec is all about raw performance. You can expect up to four times the range, twice the speed and eight times the amount of data in broadcast messages. Those will be particularly helpful for smart appliances and the Internet of Things , where the existing Bluetooth 4.2 standard might not be powerful enough to connect an entire home. However, it should also make a difference anywhere that you notice Bluetooth's existing limitations. Smartwatches could see a serious upgrade, for example -- one of the biggest bottlenecks on wristwear is the slow connection to your phone. And regardless of the device you use, there are techniques to reduce interference with other wireless devices.

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Forbes Tech News on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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18 Boho-Chic Gifts for the Hipster in Your Life

What to buy for the back-to-land, cooler-than-thou, anti-establishment hipster? Whether they’re a full-sleeve tattoo type with a love of the open road, a bearded Maine sailor, or an Earth Goddess biodynamic farmer, these gifts will do just fine. Everything is artisanal, organic, and heritage. Short of a guided Ayahuasca ceremony, we’ve collected all the dreamy stuff.

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22 Gifts That Will Give You Serious Design Cred

This turntable is more than a means to your acoustic ends. Built in Detroit from sturdy materials (think aluminum, wood, and steel), Shinola’s first audio product is designed to look as good as it sounds. The simple turntable plays records back at both 33 ⅓ and 45 RPM; connect it to speakers via a RCA cable to get that golden sound. At $2,500 it’s not as cheap as the dusty player sitting in your uncle’s basement, but it is a helluva lot prettier.

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Cam Newton's postgame outfit inspired a lot of 'Westworld' jokes

Cam newton dresses like Westworld told him he got the part but didn't tell him if his character is a host or a human

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The best phone you can buy

Despite having a similar design to prior models and a couple of new annoyances, the iPhone 7 (and its bigger sibling, the 7 Plus) is still the best phone for most people. It’s exceptionally well-built; has fast and reliable performance; a battery that will get most people through a full day; and a camera that’s as good as anything else out there. You can even get it wet now, so dropping it in a puddle or spilling your beer all over it isn’t something to worry about anymore.

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Malaysia aims to leap forward in smart home technology

I-City and Huawei have recently combined forces to speed up the development of more advanced smart homes that can track and manage appliances, lights, air conditioners and various other devices.  This project is possible due to the popularity of Cloud, Communications and IoT in the marketplace, and is scheduled to target Kuala Lumpur in Comverse@I-City project in 2017.

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What it Takes to Build True FPGA as a Service

Wilson describes the above engineering effort using an example from streaming data to F1 nodes in a cloud environment versus their own hardware. “Instead of streaming data from an SSD, we had to think about doing this directly from S3 or Glacier or some other data source. We took that model and saw as soon as you have that matched with the reconfiguration capabilities of those FPGAs, the AWS architecture lets us connect all that together because of the ring topology with 400 Gb/S of throughput between the FPGAs. It’s possible to segment jobs nicely. These are very new FPGAs and while latencies are an issue with many of these tied together, for most of the commercial workloads, this shouldn’t be a problem,” Wilson says. “This is a big deal for future workloads on F!.”

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Fitbit formally announces that it is buying smartwatch maker Pebble

The acquisition is largely a grab for Pebble’s software assets and smartwatch platform, and comes at a time when the consumer wearables industry is showing serious signs of weakness. Fitbit itself said it a recent third-quarter earnings call that it is seeing signs of softening in the market, and lowered its forecast for the usually critical holiday quarter. Tech companies like Motorola, LG, and Huawei have declined to release new smartwatches this fall; while Microsoft is no longer selling its health-tracking Band.

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You may be able to play GameCube games on the Nintendo Switch’s Virtual Console

While Nintendo has included the Virtual Console — a store where emulated versions of legacy Nintendo games can be bought to play on newer hardware — on the Wii, Wii U, and 3DS platforms, none have offered GameCube games for sale. It’s expected that Nintendo will continue to offer games from its NES and SNES consoles on the Switch, but nothing has been confirmed yet. Additionally, the Virtual Console as a concept sits in a very different light when considered against Nintendo’s recently released NES Classic, which offers legacy NES games at a substantial discount from the Virtual Console.

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This little gadget truly works double duty. It charges any device on-the-go using an ultra-fast USB that juices batteries at two-times normal speed. Then, using its smartphone app, Zus acts as a homing device for finding your car where you last left it. No more searching parking lots for hours, and no more running out of phone battery when you get there. You are totally, technically covered. IF 2016 Design Award Winner 2016 Red Dot Design Award Winner Utilizes low-energy Bluetooth Navigates you right to your car w/ the easy-to-use app interface Continues to work when it's plugged into the socket w/ or without the ignition on Provides durability w/ military grade titanium coating Informs you when your parking meter is about to expire Features top-quality lighting for visibility in dark environments Charges 2x normal charging speeds Actively monitors your car's battery health Shares your parking location w/ your spouse or friends continuously Doesn't require any data plan Works in high temperatures w/ built-in cooling system Designed in Germany & ma

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Five things you desperately need in your carry-on luggage this Christmas

They’re like dollar store headphones, at best, and are unable to drown out the roar of a 747’s four engines. This means you must strain to hear every word of dialog spoken on the movie playing on your personal in-flight entertainment system. On the plus side, my propensity for forgetfulness has spared me from many a crap Harrison Ford film.

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Research Shows Mobile Banking Lifting Hundreds of Thousands from Poverty

According to long-term surveys, M-Pesa (short for “mobile money” in Swahili) helped 194,000 families, or 2% of Kenyan households, out of poverty between 2008 and 2014. Among other factors, the authors found that M-Pesa makes it easier to weather financial or health crises, both by increasing savings rates and allowing users to tap wider support networks. The effect was particularly pronounced for women and female-led households, which previous analysis has attributed to mobile banking’s tendency to give women more power in typically patriarchal societies.

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How this Indian city is attracting startups

Makuta VFX is a boutique animation company behind the Indian blockbuster, "Baahubali." It's based in Hyderabad, a city hoping to become a top destination for startups by 2020. A new incubator called T-Hub helps entrepreneurs grow their business ideas.

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The Best Wireless Routers of 2016

Wireless Ethernet networks use 802.11 protocols to send and receive data. Devices that use the older 802.11b and 802.11g standards are limited to data transfer rates of 11Mbps and 54Mbps, respectively, and they only operate on the 2.4GHz band. The most widely used Wi-Fi protocol, 802.11n, allows for maximum data rates of up to 600Mbps and operates on both the 2.4 and 5GHz bands. It utilizes Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) technology, which uses several antennas to send and receive up to four spatial streams, resulting in enhanced performance. Most of today's laptops, smartphones, and connected home devices use 802.11n, so an 802.11n router is a good fit for households that have a handful of these devices sharing Internet access. But if you're using your network to share large files and have several smart TVs, gaming consoles, mobile devices, and media streaming devices connecting wirelessly, a more powerful router that offers the latest Wi-Fi technology may be in order.

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Is artificial intelligence the future of customer service?

Messenger bots are all the rage amongst tech-friendly companies, and AI has already seen a boost in customer service prevalence. From ordering flowers to purchasing airline tickets to getting financial advice, the demand for actual reps is plummeting thanks to chatbots.

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What is a DDoS attack?

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How to expand your MacBook Pro with these essential accessories

You might need a VGA output to connect to an old projector, say. Apple’s USB-C VGA MultiPort Adaptor (£49/US$49/AUS$75 until the end of 2016) has this covered, and it also includes a USB-C power port (essential on the single-port, 12-inch MacBook).

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How Ohio's gamble on self-driving trucks could backfire

Most stock quote data provided by BATS. Market indices are shown in real time, except for the DJIA, which is delayed by two minutes. All times are ET. Disclaimer . Morningstar: © 2016 Morningstar, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Factset: FactSet Research Systems Inc. 2016. All rights reserved. Chicago Mercantile Association: Certain market data is the property of Chicago Mercantile Exchange Inc. and its licensors. All rights reserved. Dow Jones: The Dow Jones branded indices are proprietary to and are calculated, distributed and marketed by DJI Opco, a subsidiary of S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC and have been licensed for use to S&P Opco, LLC and CNN. Standard & Poor's and S&P are registered trademarks of Standard & Poor's Financial Services LLC and Dow Jones is a registered trademark of Dow Jones Trademark Holdings LLC. All content of the Dow Jones branded indices © S&P Dow Jones Indices LLC 2016 and/or its affiliates.

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Ben Heck's Virtual Boy, part 2

Now that the Nintendo Virtual Boy has been torn down and we know how it operates, Ben and Karen get to work repurposing the console as a wearable virtual reality headset. To do so, Ben has to redesign the enclosure, which means it's time to bust out some vector graphics software. It's not all about 3D printing mounts and laser cutting, though. Karen steps in with her wearable know-how to help attach the Virtual Boy to the frame, allowing it to be mounted on your face. All designs encounter some flaws and problems, however, and this one is no different. What did you think of the build? And what else should the team turn into a wearable? Let us know over on the element14 Community .

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YouTube would be insane not to listen to the complaints of its community

He’s got two main beefs with YouTube. Firstly, he alleges that tweaks to the management and presentation of user’s accounts has resulted in people unsubscribing from channels without their consent. He’s also ticked off with some visual tweaks that have meant that people don’t immediately see videos from channels they’re subscribe to.

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CIA Report Concludes That Russia Tried to Help Trump Win

Another bombshell in the Washington Post’s report is that President Obama wanted to be more vocal about Russia’s manipulations but feared that he would be perceived as trying to tilt the election in Clinton’s favor. His solution was to bring together a secret meeting with House and Senate leaders to discuss “a bipartisan statement urging state and local officials to take federal help in protecting their voting registration and balloting machines from Russian cyber-intrusions.”

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Blockchain Technology and the Law Are Allies, Not Enemies – ConsenSys Media

It is simply incorrect to say decentralized applications, or use cases of the blockchain, are incompatible with legacy legal constructs. Instead, I simply view there to be friction between the new and the old that more often than not accompanies the introduction of promising new technologies. As Dax Hansen of Perkins Coie, a leading practitioner in the space, recently told me, the goal is to figure out what areas of the law you are likely to “bump up against.” It just so happens that one of the industry’s most promising and intriguing use cases, tokens, bumps firmly into nearly a century of securities law and regulation; in particular, a 70-year-old case involving some orange trees in Florida and its progeny.

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