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Osmo lets you play real-word games on your iPad

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If you have heard of AltKeyboard or if you previously used it in iOS 6, then you're in for a real treat. AltKeyboard 2 has just been released for iOS 7. It brings all the old features along with some really great new ones. Let's go ahead and take a deeper look into this newly updated tweak.

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18 Bookstores Every Book Lover Must Visit At Least Once

“It’s a bookshop right on the canal that floods every year, so the eccentric, stray-cat-adopting owner keeps his books in boats, bathtubs and a disused gondola to protect them,” writes  Paris Review . 

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5 Personality Types That Get Promotions at Work

When it comes to making decisions about whom to hire and promote, skills and prior work history are only part of the equation. As many employers know, a candidate's attitude and personality traits play a huge role in how well that person can perform in the workplace.

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The Only Email System The NSA Can't Access

With that said, I think the biggest vulnerability is IF there is an exploit in the AES encryption standard itself that the NSA knows that we don’t. Pre-Snowden, the NSA certified AES to be used for US Government classified information and everyone thought this was a great thing. Post-Snowden, this has raised some concern that the NSA has been contributing to the development of encryption standards. The AES encryption standard is open source and has been studied (i.e. Cal Poly Pomona’s CS 460) for over ten years by the public (i.e. universities, infosec experts, mathematicians, etc…) so I think it’s still secure……. *crosses fingers* Personally, if I was Snowden, I would still bet that the NSA does not have an AES exploit and cannot brute force decrypt AES cypher text in a reasonable amount of time. It’s much easier for the NSA to tap unencrypted traffic feeds and dump it into a Hadoop cluster (aka just a lot of money and work) than it is to find cryptography exploits (aka trying to defy the laws of mathematics).

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White House mistakenly identifies CIA chief in Afghanistan

The CIA’s top officer in Kabul was exposed Saturday by the White House when his name was inadvertently included on a list provided to news organizations of senior U.S. officials participating in President Obama’s surprise visit with U.S. troops.

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Why Mass Effect is the Most Important Science Fiction Universe of Our Generation

Consider the canon of epic science fiction universes. Like a black hole one can see the flaw by observing the light cast in those moments that confront it at its edges: the series finale of BSG, Q’s tests of Picard, the Butlerian Jihad, the Buggers, the Borg, the obliteration of Alderan by the Death Star. Yet ultimately each of these narratives turns away, unable or unwilling to withstand the abysmal gaze emanating from the depths of the universe. The flaw in every science fiction series is that they shy from the deep horror of the existence of intelligent life in infinite spacetime – save for two: the one that brought first brought it to our attention and the one that sees this horror as the framework for reality.

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This is your brain on mobile

Keep it in your pants. This is an obvious one. It’s rare that you need to use your phone (or genitals for that matter) when in a social setting. There are obvious exceptions like your group needs directions or you want a reasonable amount of photos of a once-in-a-lifetime event (weddings, baby’s first steps). Brunches and sunsets happen every day. No need to miss the actual experience by snapping 5,000 pictures of it. Respecting these limits will enrich every interaction you have with every day objects, people, and life. If you feel the itch to pull out your phone in a break in the conversation…‘silence’ it. Undoubtedly your friends will whip theirs out, making the temptation almost unbearable. If you want to truly cleanse, this step is unbreakable. You can also influence your friends’ behaviors by playfully shaming them when they pull out their phones unnecessarily (‘Oh hey Hollywood!’). To get started with this one, I instructed my friends to punch my arm if I broke this rule in their presence. I adapted quickly. The itch soon decreased. Slowly at first, but after a few days of withdrawal it was completely gone.

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America's Top Companies For Compensation And Benefits

How strange is it that Costco is near the top of the ranking along with two of the nation’s most well-known tech companies? Dobroski explains that the big box retailer stands out among its peers, with its 4.4 rating, compared to Target, which scored 3.1 and Wal-Mart, which came in at 2.7. Costco’s hourly wages are higher than the typical $9-$11 paid by most low-end retailers, and its benefits are unusually generous for a company that hires many people without college degrees or professional training. It also offers exceptional health benefits, including a “Freedom of Choice” insurance plan for full-time employees that allows them to use out-of-network doctors. It has a prescription drug plan with co-pays as low as $5, that generally run no higher than 15% for the most expensive, branded drugs and includes contraceptives. Its vision plan includes an allowance to buy glasses and contact lenses. It has a 401(K) employee match of up to $500 a year and subsidized dependent and child care. It also has a stock purchase plan that lets employees buy stock through payroll deductions. That’s been a boon to those who have worked there for the last five years when the shares have risen from $45 to $115.

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Otto's Guide to a Carefree Life, Dude

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10 Creative DIY Projects for the Unartistic

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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From The Ivy League To State Schools, Demand For Computer Science Is Booming | TechCrunch

With the current shortage of engineers in the job market, this all seems like great news, right? Well, there’s a catch. According to Lasowska and Roberts, our higher education institutions today aren’t adequately prepared to handle the surge in computer science education demand. At the moment, there just aren’t enough instructors to teach all the students who want to learn. Many schools are currently torn between either limiting the number of CS degrees they give out, or letting class sizes become “enormous.”

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It took Google's Web crawlers 15 years to come to terms with JavaScript

Up until a few months ago, Google’s search engine crawlers couldn’t widely and accurately render one of the Web’s most fundamental programming languages. Nearly two decades old, JavaScript powers much of the Web’s interactivity. For years, Google’s search engine crawlers couldn’t accurately render JavaScript, and thus, missed quite a bit of content.

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Why Pluto is the coolest dwarf planet in the galaxy - CNET

Pluto may merely be a dwarf planet, but that doesn't stop it from having some pretty awesome quirks that help it stand out from the crowd. Learn about Pluto and its many moons in this video.

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Meet the algorithm that can learn "everything about anything"

Researchers from Allen Institute for AI have built a computer system capable of teaching itself many facets of broad concepts by scouring and analyzing search engines using natural language processing and computer vision techniques.

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Games at E3 2014 - E3 - Electronics Entertainment Expo Wiki Guide - IGN

Click on the game name to jump to the wiki or game info page for more information, trailers, and screenshots. This list contains both games likely to appear at E3 2014 and games that have been confirmed to appear, as noted in the final column.

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Autism — what we know (and what we don’t know yet)

In this factual talk, geneticist Wendy Chung shares what we know about autism spectrum disorder — for example, that autism has multiple, perhaps interlocking, causes. Looking beyond the worry and concern that can surround a diagnosis, Chung and her team look at what we’ve learned through studies, treatments and careful listening.

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Tragedy Befalls Your Favorite Disney Characters In "Unhappily Ever After"

That image of the heroic deer's head mounted as a trophy in some dude's parlor is but one of many possible scenarios depicted in animator Jeff Hong 's Tumblr Unhappily Ever After . Each day, Hong, an artist at Nickelodeon, posts new and childhood-recontextualizing images of beloved Disney cartoon characters getting run over by the freight train of reality. It's not as though we haven't seen these characters go dark before either in cartoons or mixed in to our world . The images on Unhappily Ever After are just a little bit more anchored by real-life sadness. Pocahontas here is not the killer warrior we've seen before, but rather a casino employee. I don't know if I can bare to find out what condition Nemo from Finding Nemo is in, or if he's ever even found.

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13 Crazy Wedding Confessions From Brides and Grooms

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18 Most Antivirus Software Is Lousy At Detecting Advanced Malware

Symantec sparked some discussion recently when it said that AV is dead. Kaspersky Labs retorted AV is alive and kicking. But dead or alive, our research data shows that no single AV vendor can detect most malware most of the time. And what one vendor detects another may not. Most AV technology is inconsistent and slow — often taking days, weeks or even months to detect malware and issue a signature against it, at which point it has achieved its objective and the sender has moved on. It’s as if people were fingerprinted before being granted access to a Federal Reserve vault or military weapons arsenal but the database of criminal fingerprints lagged by months or years, and the criminals’ fingerprints changed daily.

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This Abandoned Wasteland Was Once America's Largest Mall

The life and death of the American mall is a familiar story by now . A few decades ago, these shrines to consumerism dotted suburbia, only to be denied relevance by a push back towards city centers. But few images express the scale of this trend as much as those in Black Friday: The Collapse of the American Mall .

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The Eerie, Crumbling Bunkers of the Nazis’ Atlantic Wall | Raw File | WIRED

Many of the bunkers are located along beautiful settings on the Atlantic coast, so the landscape often is as important as the structure in the photograph. And after decades of neglect–little effort was made in the decades after the war to preserve the bunkers–many of them have slowly eroded away and are themselves becoming part of the landscape. When Vanfleteren talked to locals, many told him the eroding bunkers have become a symbol of environmental changes. Bunkers that used to sit well back from the ocean are now right at the waters edge, for example, and many locals consider this a barometer, a sign of global climate change and a rising sea.

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Your Banker Wants To Know If You Are Pregnant

Because banks typically make more money when they know clients better, they are stepping up efforts to learn more personal information. For example, in recent weeks HSBC has been writing its Premier clients and encouraging them to share details about themselves.

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Tank tops, high heels, and a portable pipe organ

Cameron Carpenter doesn’t believe in God, but he does believe in the power of the pipe organ to move audiences. A Julliard-trained, Grammy-nominated organist, Carpenter wants to free the pipe organ from its long association with churches. And he's designed a revolutionary new version of the ancient instrument as part of an effort to do just that: called the International Touring Organ (ITO), it's portable, digital, and allows Carpenter to take his music to the streets. He's already created a stir in the insular, sometimes bitchy world of pro-organists, but audiences love it: even The New York Times' classical-music critic recently called the organ "quite terrific." All signs suggest that Carpenter's unlikely quest to turn one of the world's most niche instruments into a mainstream sensation might actually work.

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How Your Twitter Following Can Get You Discounts On Luxury Hotels

The more information you add to your Hotelied profile the more discounts become available to you. With a tagline of “It Pays to Be You” Hotelied is capitalizing on the concept of “social media currency” in that users can actually start to turn the tables on how brands interact with personal data. “A lot of companies will use your data for their own benefit," says Steve Spurgat, managing director of Big Human, a design agency in New York City. "What’s unique about Hotelied is that it uses your data for your benefit.”

24 Entrepreneurs And Startups Drive Future Work Trends

I am the Founder and CEO of Startup Professionals, a company that provides services to startup founders around the world. My background includes a 30-year track record as an executive in general management, computer software development, product management, and marketing. I'm now in "give-back mode" as a mentor to startup founders, and an Angel investor. My experience with investors includes roles on the selection committee of two local Angel groups, and working from the other side of the table with several VCs in Silicon Valley. In addition to blogging, I recently released my first book titled “Do You Have What It Takes To Be An Entrepreneur?” You can contact me directly at marty@startupprofessionals.com . Feel free to Circle me on Google+ .

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Instagram Develops Into Career Path For Photographers

These days, having a large following on social media is about more than bragging rights. It can actually bring clients to your door.  Carli Kiene ( @inkedfingers ) was, in her words, “just another Austin photographer” shooting weddings and portraits with her husband and business partner when she joined Instagram in 2010. After being highlighted on the app’s Suggested Users list, Carli’s following rocketed into the thousands (she now has more than 220,000). It wasn’t long before  Tiffany & Co Tiffany & Co . came calling, wanting to use her images on their own social media feed. Today, a significant portion of Carli’s income is from advertising clients, an avenue she never explicitly pursued.  The commercial work, “can be very lucrative,” says Carli. “Today’s rates for social media campaigns are about three times higher than what we could get even a couple of years ago. I’m able to pay off my student loans.” But what’s even better, she emphasizes, is the artistic freedom that comes with the assignments. “With social media there’s no art director involved. We get 100% creative control because the brands are coming to us for our style.

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Why The Style Director Of One Kings Lane Doesn't Micromanage

As the senior director of photo and style, she has to move as fast as the items they're selling. Whether she and her team of stylists are arranging an airy room to showcase a designer rug or a vintage book to complement an antique sideboard, she’s keeping the big picture in mind.

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21 Twitter Reactions to Musical ‘Mad Men’ Season Finale

Mad Men danced its way into its mid-season finale Sunday night with the passing of Bert Cooper, SC&P's beloved father figure. A late Cooper appeared to Don Draper in the final moments of the episode as a hallucination, soft-shoeing (or was it soft-socking?) to "The Best Things in Life Are Free."

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No, Your Co-Worker Doesn't Have A Crush On You (But A Dating App Will Scrape, Spam and Deceive To Land You)

From a reader: “Thank you for the article. I only wish I had seen this a week earlier. I just downloaded this HORRIBLE app. There is no option to delete my profile. I’ve contacted the help@FindSway.com several times and no one bothers to respond. Did you have any luck contacting anyone at all in the company? I need my profile deleted. Didn’t realize it was going to email all of my clients listed in my phone. I am totally mortified.”

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The Difference Between Traffic and Audience

It’s audience, not traffic, that is the holy grail for brand marketers today. And after getting frequently questioned about the difference between the two, I decided to write this post and share what I’ve learned.

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15 Combined GIFs That Prove Two GIFs Are Better Than One

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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How To Know If You’ve Been Blindsided By Data

We work in an age where detailed information and data are available across so many areas of our businesses, driving our decisions because the numbers don’t lie. But when it comes to assessing our people, quantitative analysis is only half the story.

32 China Cuts Off McKinsey, Other U.S. Consultants To Retaliate Against Cyber Indictments

Many say that none of these initiatives is a real threat.  The anti-consulting services measure, which Beijing will implement despite its trade obligations, means that state enterprises will be cut off from McKinsey, Boston Consulting Group, Bain, and other first-rank consulting firms.  It could take decades for the Chinese government to build a domestic consulting industry, and in the interim state enterprises will probably fall even further behind.  In the meantime, American consulting firms can concentrate on other clients, private Chinese firms and multinationals.

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The Weekender: mocking Macklemore, drawing dinosaurs, and popularizing the pipe organ

Welcome to The Verge : Weekender edition. Every Saturday, we'll bring you some of the best and most important reads of the past seven days, from original reports, to in-depth features, to reviews and interviews. Think of it as a collection of some of our favorite pieces that you may have missed — or that you may just want to read again. You can follow along below, or keep up to date on Flipboard .

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Are We Losing The Skills Of Thinking And Concentration?

I’m an expert in digital distraction and digital detox, helping people step back from information overload to stay productive in the digital world. I advise businesses on managing distractions, and work with clients ranging from major corporations to individual business owners. I’m also an author and journalist. My book, The Distraction Trap: How to Focus in a Digital World gives practical advice on how to get things done in a digital world. It is published in English, French and Italian, with Korean and Arabic translations coming soon. I’m a trained journalist, and worked for eight years for The Guardian and The Daily Telegraph. I also comment regularly in the media as an expert and have been featured in publications including Wired, Vanity Fair, The Huffington Post, The Sunday Telegraph, Il Giornale, BBC Radio and RadioRai1. I’m a graduate of Cambridge University and Sheffield University. At Cambridge, I specialised in Psychology (within Social and Political Sciences). I now apply my interest in human behaviour to how we act in the digital world.

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Apple iPad Videos Go Inside the Worlds of Travel and Classical Music

In the latest installment of the high production value video series we're given a peek inside the worlds of two vastly different individuals who use the tablet to compose music and travel the world.

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Mobile, Social, And Big Data — The Intersection Of The Internet's Three Defining Trends

The advent of smartphone-based computing had led to much more internet-based activity, as well as new opportunities to collect location data. The consumer stampede into social media means that the tastes, preferences, and frustrations of billions are shared online. 

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Apple Loop: WWDC Predictions, iMessage Issues, Naming The iMac, And The 8 GB iPhone 5C Conquers Another Country

Taking a look at WWDC, iPad vs Surface Pro 3, the iMessage bugs, Google and Lenovo overtaking Apple, tales from the marketing team, the iPhone 5C 8GB continues to pop up around the world, dust and water-resistant iPhones, and trade-ins plus expectations inside the Apple Store

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So, you want to study Computer Science

This post was inspired by people asking whether they should choose to study computer science for undergraduate education (B.E / B. Tech) or not, without having any idea about what computer science or other options like ECE really are. The target audience are students who just finished their 12th (and their parents), and are choosing a branch of engineering to study. Hopefully, you will be able to make a more educated choice by the end of this post.

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Surviving the Post-Grad Job Search Slump

Lesson: Starting the job hunt separately in a more traditional manner may have put Sterrenberg and his colleagues at the bottom of the food chain. Collectively, they were much stronger. Sit down with like-minded friends and professional connections who have similar interests and discuss how you can merge ideas: Doing so can help you to create something really valuable, from business ventures to innovative products. It is important to note that not all friends make great business partners , so choose your team, co-founders, etc. wisely when undertaking a new business venture.

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NASA OKs Citizen Science Attempt to Rescue a Vintage Spacecraft | Science | WIRED

A hardy little spacecraft is about to come home after an incredibly long journey and an unexpected mission it had not been built for. As it flies by Earth next month, scientists will have a brief window to attempt to communicate with the vintage NASA craft and put it back to work on its original mission.

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How the Internet of Garbage Cans Will Remake Our Future Cities | Business | WIRED

Saha–an inveterate tinkerer, IT guy, and software consultant–has created a sensor that tells you when a trash can is actually full. The idea is hardly the most glamorous extension of “the internet of things,” the sweeping effort to improve our lives through a new world of networked devices, from watches and glasses to thermostats and fire alarms. But Saha may be on to something truly useful. If trash collectors know when a can is full–and, more importantly, if they can identify the patterns that let them predict when cans get full–they can change their routes and schedules to pick up the trash only when they really need to.

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Halo 5: Guardians Boss Laments Leaks - IGN

The Halo franchise development director has spoken out about leaks in the gaming industry, disputing claims that anything good comes of them.

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Analog Synthesis: The life and legacy of Bob Moog

Even if you're familiar with the name, you might not know that Moog largely began as a theremin company. In 1954, when he was 19, Moog started building and selling custom theremins with his father, tallying up sales of 1,000 units by 1961. Two years later, he was knee-deep in constructing voltage-controlled oscillators, voltage-controlled amplifiers and pitch modulators with composer Herb Deutsch -- all key components for modular synthesizers and the sound that would become synonymous with the name. "Mind you, neither of us had any idea where this was leading," Moog would say in a later interview.

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The Science—And Neuroscience—Behind Bruce Lee's Amazing One-Inch Punch

One inch. That's as far away from you Bruce Lee's hand needed to be to deliver a devastating punch that could knock you across the room. Lee accomplished this amazing blow not just with physical mastery, but mental mastery as well.

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See an insanely complex gizmo zip a zipper the (really) hard way - CNET

You may never want to zip up your zipper like a commoner again, after seeing how this crazy Rube Goldberg machine built by students does it. Genius.

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Far Cry 4 Creative Director Addresses Box Art Controversy - IGN

"Just so it's clear for those jumping to conclusions: He's not white and that's not the player."

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Digital Sandbox Helped KC Tech Startups Raise Over $7 Million

In the words of its director Jeff Shackleford, the goal of Digital Sandbox to help “early stage entrepreneurs move from an idea to a working beta.” In some instances, this meant funding certain aspects of their projects. In others, it meant helping them making connections in order to move them towards commercialization.

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Prepare for Nightmarish Swarms of Google Robot Cars, Says Zipcar Founder | Business | WIRED

Of course, Chase has ample reason to praise the virtue of car sharing. After all, both Zipcar and Buzzcar offer just that. And yet, she said the companies who are likely to dominate this space are Google, Uber, and even rental car companies like Enterprise and Avis. Thanks to Google’s acquisition of the Israeli mapping startup Waze last year, Chase believes Google will own the world of autonomous vehicle software. And Uber, with its slick and intuitive app and recent round of funding from Google, is a frontrunner for operating the user experience. Meanwhile, companies like Enterprise and Avis are in a prime position to handle the fleet management, maintenance, and insurance that would be required to rent out autonomous cars.

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Hero the calf walks again on new prosthetic legs - CNET

When former veterinary technician and retired truck driver Kitty Martin first met Hero the calf on a Virginia farm last spring, his hind legs were so damaged by frostbite that he had to have them both amputated. But if he were to survive after being rescued and taken to his new home with Martin in Texas, he would need some form of mobility.

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No smartphone? No problem: Samsung to debut stand-alone smartwatch with Tizen

Samsung’s special new smartwatch won’t be dependent on your smartphone, so it will actually have its own SIM card. It’s unclear how the device will work and whether you’ll have to hold it up to your mouth and then your ear while having a phone conversation. Presumably, you’ll be able to connect headphones with a microphone to the smartwatch, so you don’t have to go all Dick Tracy, standing around muttering to your wrist. Also, since it has Bluetooth, maybe you’ll be able to connect it to other microphones, headsets, or even your smartphone — if you so choose.

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57 The Elder Scrolls Online First Major Update Coming This Week - IGN
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60 Google's "Quantum Computing Playground" lets you fiddle with quantum algorithms
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