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4 Marketing Tactics for SEO, PR, ORM and Content Marketing Experts

The era of digital marketing as an all-encompassing, multi-channel, multi-faceted, integrated approach is here. It's about determining who wants what, how you can reach them, when and where they want it. It's not about simply optimizing a site, it's about interweaving your marketing strategy with content, PR, ORM, mobile, apps, social, local, adaptive real time marketing, and targeted ads. The key to success: Create strategized, omni-channel, and intelligent marketing campaigns and evolve to become a 2.0 marketing organization.

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Taxi protests against Silicon Valley ride-app Uber threaten European gridlock

Uber Chief Executive Officer Kalanick last week announced $1.2 billion in new funding, valuing the company at $18.2 billion, one of the highest valuations ever for a Silicon Valley startup. [ID:nL1N0ON1G6] But it has faced a series of hurdles from the beaches of Miami to the piazzas of Rome. Ordinances keep it out of cities such as Las Vegas and Miami while in Chicago, San Francisco and Washington, D.C., Uber and similar companies have faced lawsuits from taxi companies hoping to keep the new competition out.

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'Sin City: A Dame to Kill For' trailer returns to Frank Miller's gory comic-book world

Sin City is about to return in all of its stylized and noirish glory, and today you can finally get a good long look at what you'll be in for. The first full-length trailer for Sin City: A Dame to Kill For has been released, teasing a film that's just as moody and filled with comic book action, shots, and tropes as you might hope for. The trailer builds on footage that was  released a couple months ago in a short-form trailer, but shows a good bit more color — from characters to explosions.

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E3 2014: Alien: Isolation’s 'Challenge Mode' Isn't Kidding - IGN

The second time I made it as far as the stairwell, then as I fumbled with the electronic lock to close the door at the bottom of the stairs I was once again voodoo-dolled by the sharp-end of the alien’s tail. Closing the door is entirely optional, but it has the benefit of both slowing your monster pursuant down and deducting seconds from your overall completion time as a bonus, should you make it out alive. Of course, the thumbstick-based door-locking minigame also leaves you distracted and open to attack. (Apparently there’s a similar time bonus for completing the challenge without ever glancing at the motion-tracker. I look forward to achieving that seemingly impossible task on approximately my 387th attempt).

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Expedia Now Accepts Bitcoin For Your Crypto-Vacations | TechCrunch

Like PayPal before it, these bitcoin announcements are a way of showing that a company is hip and “with it.” Bitcoin fans, on the other hand, see this adoption as proof their coins are gaining traction. However, what’s really happening is that the companies are using bitcoin as a lure for early adopters and folks who might not want to transmit their credit card numbers over the Internet.

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Uber wins out after black cabs gridlock London - Telegraph

The mobile taxi app has seen a massive spike in interest after a protest by cabbies brought London to a standstill

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Warrantless cellphone location tracking is illegal, US circuit court rules

A US Appellate Court  has ruled that police must obtain a warrant before collecting cellphone location data, finding that acquiring records of what cell towers a phone connected to and when it was connected to them constitutes a Fourth Amendment search. This ruling, from the 11th Circuit, is in opposition to  a ruling made nearly a year ago by a separate appellate court. While this ruling won't overturn that one because of their separate jurisdictions, it adds critical precedent to a privacy question that's still far from decided across the country.

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Massive TweetDeck outage may have been 'accident' caused by teen's experiment

Today's TweetDeck vulnerability brought the entire service down for hours — but early accounts indicate the problems may have been uncovered by a simple accident. At 8:05EDT, the account @FiroXL tweeted a simple test: some simple tags along with a heart symbol and a German phrase that translates roughly to "I wonder if this will work..." It worked: the tags did their job and the heart symbol, which Twitter would normally mangle, came through TweetDeck just fine, indicating the service was executing commands from plaintext. @FiroXL wasn't aware of the initial vulnerability, discovered back in 2011, but he had accidentally stumbled back onto it.

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Predictive data, the real workhorse behind the Internet of Things

Some current examples in the consumer world exemplify this. A fitness wearable, for instance, might tell users how many steps they've walked in a day. But the device could be much more valuable if it were linked to other health data. In that case, an app could tell the user that lack of activity might explain higher blood pressure results. Or, the device could learn that the user tends to walk less on weekends and send a reminder during a gap on her calendar to get some exercise.

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In The Capital Of Pricey Real Estate, A No-Rent, No-Equity Accelerator Lures Startups

Bonello and Harrigan say they have accounted for the mentor piece of the model through, of all things, their high-school alumni network. The two met as students at New York's Regis High School, a tuition-free, all-boys Jesuit school. After spending their post college years working in finance and consulting as the New York tech scene emerged, the two decided to organize a summer-long accelerator last year. Their alma mater provided a big, beautiful, free space for six weeks. The school also offered its alumni network, which is how the two got in touch with the Milsteins. (The family's accountant also went to Regis.) In exchange for those resources, Bonello and Harrigan worked with the school to arrange a summer internship program with companies in the accelerator.

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Feedly taken down by attackers requesting ransom

The popular RSS reader Feedly was brought down for several hours this morning by a distributed denial of service attack, which the perpetrators are allegedly using to extort money from the company. Feedly posted details of the attack  on its blog to explain the site's downtime, saying that it's been in contact with law enforcement as well as other victims of the attack. "The attacker is trying to extort us money to make it stop [sic]," Feedly writes on its blog. "We refused to give in and are working with our network providers to mitigate the attack as best as we can."

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Welcome to This Is My Next, your buying guide for the future

If you write about technology, work in technology, or just spend regular time near technology, the questions come early and they come often. Which laptop should I buy? Do I want an iPhone or an Android? I need something for checking my email on rainy Thursdays at approximately 6,000 feet above sea level — what do I get? Technology is now an inextricable part of our lives, and it’s more important than ever to make sure we get the right thing. The best thing.

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Amazon Launching Streaming Music Service As Soon As This Week, Says NYT | TechCrunch

The reason Amazon’s streaming service will be more limited is said to be due to a failure to come to terms in licensing negotiations, since the music companies considered Amazon’s rate offerings too low. The financials for Amazon included the opportunity to share in a $5 million royalty pool for smaller labels, and larger one-time payments for big publishers like Sony and Warner Music, in exchange for a year of access rights. It isn’t clear what the final cost to Amazon for licensing fees ended up being.

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Here are 5 of the best iPhone photos taken in 2014

The iPhone Photography Awards provide a glimpse at some of the best photos taken with an iPhone over the past year. Photo submissions were received from over 70 countries, and winners were selected by jury members in several steps. The rules of the contest prohibit external manipulation of photos, although filtering apps like Instagram are allowed to be used.

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Intel, Witricity team up for wireless charging

“We have overwhelming feedback from end users that they are frustrated with dealing with all the different wires and power adapters for their devices – phones, tablets & PCs.” said Sanjay Vora, an Intel vice president and general manager of user experience said in a statement. “At Intel, we have a vision to eliminate all wires from all of our platforms. This agreement is a major step in the right direction enabling our companies to work together to deliver the next generation of devices that eliminate the need for power cords.”

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Weather-Targeted Ads in Twitter's Forecast

The owner of the Weather Channel announced an advertising effort on Twitter on Wednesday that will allow marketers to target products to real-time local weather conditions. A Twitter user in an area with especially cold weather might see a promoted message for chili, while a user in Seattle could see messages promoting movies or other indoor activities.

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Evernote and Feedly hit by DDoS attacks

Evernote’s denial of service attack seems to have been going on for at least 10 hours, causing data synchronization problems for users. Feedly’s seems to be connected with an extortion attempt.

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Defending dinosaurs: In Uber fight, London's traditional cabbies have real complaint

Regulation is really tough these days, with the pace of technological innovation being as speedy as it is. Rules that suited one age suddenly don’t fit the next, and it takes a while for them to catch up. In the interim, some traditional players sometimes find themselves at a severe and unfair disadvantage that’s not of their own making. Don’t blame them for that – and don’t assume that their disadvantage is wholly caused by their rivals’ inherent technological superiority.

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E3 2014: Five Nintendo Wii U Games We Can’t Wait to Play - Digits - WSJ

Nintendo unveiled more than a dozen new games at E3, the massive gaming conference held in Los Angeles, this week. And after getting hands-on time with almost all of them—sadly, there were no playable demos of the new Zelda adventure—we honestly can’t wait to see these imaginative and fun titles released to the public.

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It's not just Hachette -- Amazon stops taking pre-orders on Warner Bros. movies, too

Why not give BOTH sides of the story? Hachette , along with other publishers, was fined for price fixing. Amazon lead the fight – didn’t you wonder why an e-book costs more that a printed book? Did you actually believe the publishers fabricated stories? Nobody with a functioning brain did. “According to the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the settlements with the five publishers accused of price fixing—Hachette, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, and Penguin—total $166 million nationwide. ” Apple is fighting the settlement, but is expected to pay fines totaling over $800 million, as they were a major part of the scheme. B&N was fine with the price fixing, as it allowed greater profits. Hatchette is starting to pull the same stunt again, raising the prices on e-books. Amazon is fighting them. So at least TRY and look unbiased.

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Twitter Disables TweetDeck After Security Breach - Digits - WSJ

For the most part, this breach was harmless to users beyond the disruption. Ford said while other attacks have threatened password security, that does not appear to be the case with the breach on TweetDeck. At worst, it annoyed Twitter’s power users for a few hours.

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Synaptics buys iPhone display chipmaker Renesas for $475 million

Synaptics, a maker of touchscreen chips, announced that it is buying the sole supplier of display chips for the iPhone at the price of $475 million, leading the company’s stock to jump 19% in extended trading. The company also announced that it is raising its  revenue forecast for the fourth quarter — which is set to end on June 30th.

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What the EU tax probe of Apple and other corporate giants means for tech—and beyond - Digits - WSJ

The European Union probe of tax deals between three governments and three global corporate giants, including Apple Inc., is the latest salvo in a broader European effort to wring more corporate tax revenue from multinational companies—particularly big U.S.-based tech firms.

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It's not just Hachette -- Amazon stops taking pre-orders on Warner Bros. movies, too

Why not give BOTH sides of the story? Hachette , along with other publishers, was fined for price fixing. Amazon lead the fight – didn’t you wonder why an e-book costs more that a printed book? Did you actually believe the publishers fabricated stories? Nobody with a functioning brain did. “According to the office of New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, the settlements with the five publishers accused of price fixing—Hachette, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, and Penguin—total $166 million nationwide. ” Apple is fighting the settlement, but is expected to pay fines totaling over $800 million, as they were a major part of the scheme. B&N was fine with the price fixing, as it allowed greater profits. Hatchette is starting to pull the same stunt again, raising the prices on e-books. Amazon is fighting them. So at least TRY and look unbiased.

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Powerful worm on Twitter unleashes torrent of out-of-control tweets

Marcos2247 wrote: Ostracus wrote:And a text notification service has executable code, why?My thoughts exactly: why does TweetDeck (others too?) execute JavaScript? Such programs are, typically, little more than highly specialized browsers. They have to render text, with various fonts and colors, resize and render images, provide pop-ups and drop-downs, etc. - just like a browser. It wouldn't surprise me to learn that some of the Tweetdeck for Windows client functions are based on JavaScript. Not knowing what transpires between Tweetdeck and twitter.com, and not having seen the Tweetdeck code base, I couldn't say that for sure - but I would sort of expect it to be the case. Same for email clients that have to render messages from HTML; at the core of all such programs (Mozilla Thunderbird, for example, which uses the same rendering engine as Firefox), we find the guts of a browser, in which case the exclusion of a JavaScript engine would be more surprising than learning that it's there, and ripe for misuse.

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Can Sony put the ‘TV’ into its new Playstation TV media device?

The gaming side of the coin for the Playstation TV is a no brainer. It will offer backward compatibility with Playstation Vita, PSP, and even PS1 games for access to around 1,000 titles right at launch. And if you’re a PS4 owner, it’s even more enticing, acting as an add-on component to the console to stream content to other rooms over Wi-Fi. That could potentially allow for more than just gaming, but a secondary connection to all of the PS4’s wide array of media assets.

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Oculus Rift and Alien: Isolation: I see you

Alien: Isolation is running in prototype form on Oculus Rift at E3. Two things about that: The full game isn't coming to Oculus Rift for sure just yet. It's terrifying. Creative Lead Al Hope first saw the Oculus Rift's horror potential after a demo at GDC in 2013, he told Joystiq. Creative Assembly decided to give it a try and built the demo now stalking the booths of E3 2014. "To be clear, what we announced last night is that we're showing a prototype of A lien: Isolation on Oculus Rift," Hope said. He made it clear that a demo didn't equate a full game, at least not for now. This is a blessing and a curse, because Alien: Isolation on Oculus Rift is great, and also greatly horrifying. We sat down with it on Oculus Rift dev kit 2.0, and those few dark minutes were easily 10,000 times scarier than the standard controller-and-screen version. Alien: Isolation (1/20/14) The demo is short and tense, set in a series of dark passageways on a busted ship – metallic grates, florescent and orange lighting, a line of lockers and steam pouring from a few open valves.

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With Facial Recognition Partnership, Match.com Users Can Find Dates Based on Exes

But the option comes with a price: Three Day Rule's premium service costs $5,000 for a six-month package. This user base is typically a small demographic of high-end clients who don't have time to find dates. Premium members are assigned professional matchmakers, who coach the client, meet with them, get to know their preferences and even go on pre-dates with potential mates as to not waste the member's time. (The matches come directly from both Match and Three Day Rule's database or the matchmaker's personal network.)

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9 'Orange Is the New Black' Actresses In and Out of Character

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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Could This App Create A Free, Secret Web?

But Open Garden seems to be getting more traction than other, similar efforts. Its chat service can be used both with an internet connection, and without. Users just need to have their WiFi and Bluetooth on, even if their phone is in airplane mode. If there’s no WiFi signal, it’ll work if there’s another user within 70 meters (230 feet). Once a FireChat user goes off the grid like this, San Francisco-based Open Garden can’t track them anymore. That’s why they have no idea how many people are actually using its off-the-grid feature. But downloads and user feedback suggest people are using it to create their own separate networks.

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Kids Are Heroes® is on JustCoz!

Kids Are Heroes is a groundbreaking, non-profit incubator for very young social entrepreneurs. We provide a gateway to leadership and compassion for children through volunteerism. Donate a tweet and support our kids by buying a "brick". http://fundwall.kidsareheroes.org. NOTE: By signing up you will be allowing @KidsAreHeroes to tweet through your timeline at most once a day. You can opt out any time by returning here.

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Meet The Newest Member Of Your Personal Healthcare Team

As most patients in the American healthcare system know, it’s gotten harder and harder to maintain regular, detailed communication with your doctor.  At least in terms of medication, pharmacists have begun to address this gap through regular, direct contact with their patients.  In Medication Therapy Management (MTM), a pharmacist evaluates a patient’s prescriptions and how the patient is feeling to identify and resolve issues including: untreated conditions, drug interactions, adverse drug reactions, inappropriate drugs or doses, and whether a patient is taking the medications as prescribed.  The pharmacist is rapidly becoming the newest member of your personal healthcare team.

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What Real Women In Tech Look Like

In this exploration, I wanted to find what wasn’t being shown on the screens. And what I learned was that if there’s an upside to the lack of representation of women in technology in media, it's that there is no such constraining uniform for women. (In illustrating what they wear, my colleagues couldn’t settle on a single look, but rather an interchangeable set of options.)

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Teen Says He Exposed TweetDeck Vulnerability by 'Accident'

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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Two young scientists break down plastics with bacteria

Once it's created, plastic (almost) never dies. While in 12th grade Miranda Wang and Jeanny Yao went in search of a new bacteria to biodegrade plastic — specifically by breaking down phthalates, a harmful plasticizer. They found an answer surprisingly close to home.

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Apple Is Pulling Away From the Agency That Created Its Most Iconic Ads

Now, that relationship appears to be on the rocks. According to a report in AdAge , Apple is in the process of building an internal ad agency that will eventually have as many as 1,000 employees. In recent pitches, TBWA/Media Arts Lab, the agency that has serviced just one client, Apple, since the mid-2000s, has competed with Apple's own advertising agency and even invited outside agencies in on pitches. There's no indication that MAL, as it's known, is on the outs, but more and more pitches seem to be going to the internal team.

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Future of Technology

Those Americans who are optimistic about the future of scientific advancement in a general sense tend to be more open—up to a point—toward the benefits of some of these more controversial developments. These long-term optimists (that is, those who agree with the statement that “technological changes will lead to a future in which people’s lives are mostly better”) are roughly twice as likely as long-term pessimists to say that it will be a change for the better if personal drones become widespread (28% vs. 14%) and if many people wear devices or implants that feed them digital information about their surroundings (46% vs. 23%). They are also receptive toward robot caregivers (33% think these would be a change for the better, while 21% of pessimists feel this way) and toward designer babies (31% vs. 19%). But notably, even within this “optimist” group, a substantial majority feel that most of these developments would be a bad thing overall.

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Eric Cantor's loss is bad news for the NSA

If Brat takes Cantor's seat, it will shift the Republican Party a bit more toward the Amash position on surveillance issues. That's significant because Section 215 of the Patriot Act, which the government has cited to justify its phone records program, will come up for renewal next year. With more Republicans like Brat and Amash in Congress, that could be a tough sell.

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Code in iOS 8 Beta Enables Split-Screen Capabilities

Developer Steven Troughton-Smith has found code inside the first beta version of iOS 8 that allows users to run two apps side-by-side on the same screen. AppleInsider first reported on the information.

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'Star Wars' Production Finds a New Home in The UK

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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Pickles: The Dog That Found the Stolen World Cup

LONDON — On the afternoon of Sunday, March 20, 1966, the World Cup trophy was stolen from central London where it was being exhibited. Despite the presence of two round-the-clock police officers in uniform, plus two more undercover officers during daylight hours, someone had managed to remove the Jules Rimet trophy from its display case while police officers were circuiting the exhibition hall.

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Soccer Thrives in Brazil, But Can Startups?

In the run-up to Thursday's opening match of World Cup 2014, host country Brazil, the alleged spiritual home of football, has seemed to be a nation in various kinds of turmoil.

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Uber Demonstrations Snarl Traffic From London to Berlin

Uber Technologies Inc., the car-sharing service that’s rankling cabbies across the U.S., is fighting its biggest protest from European drivers who say the smartphone application threatens their livelihoods.

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Sun Emits 3 Powerful X-Class Solar Flares in 2 Days

Starting on June 10, the sun emitted a series of powerful solar flares, known as "X-Class" flares, which were observed in brilliant colors by NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory. The flares erupted from the left side of the sun, twice on June 10 and once on June 11, according to NASA.

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8 Simple Ways to Get Great Media Exposure

Media often refer to other publications when someone else has the scoop. If you're putting time and effort into developing your own stories, see if you can syndicate your blog content. It takes a lot of time and effort to create original research, so I syndicate some of my blog articles on Yahoo Small Business and others; it definitely helps expand our reach and you have more credibility with media when you're appearing in mainstream media outlets.

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NHL '14 Predicts the LA Kings Will Win the Stanley Cup, in 7 Games

Paralleling the real tournament, the faux Stanley Cups were a defensive duel between Rangers' goalie Henrik Lundqvist and Kings' goalie Jonathan Quick. Most games in the NHL '14 Stanley Cup were one-or-two-goal games with at least one overtime clincher. When the Rangers were able to win the Stanley Cup, it was because key players like Rick Nash (three goals), Martin St. Louis (six goals, five assists) and Brad Richards (six assists) stepped up with major point totals. Those star players have been disappointing in the real series, earning just one point combined (a goal from St. Louis in the second game).

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Brazil Is Releasing Mutated Mosquitoes to Fight Dengue Fever

The disease is carried by mosquitoes, mostly the Aedes aegypti . Found in urban areas, Ae. aegypti has proven a particularly difficult mosquito species to control — it has developed a resistance to common insecticides and, because it bites during the day, bed nets are no protection against it. But now Brazilian health officials are running a pilot program using genetically modified mosquitoes to breed the population to death. The mosquitoes are the invention of British biotech company Oxitec, and they've had a gene inserted into them that kills them. In the lab, the mosquitoes can be fed a sort of antidote: A supplement that keeps them alive until it’s time to release them. Once they're released, the clock starts ticking.

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Uzo Aduba of 'OITNB' Proves She's More Than Just a Pair of Crazy Eyes

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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Emerging Payment Technologies Will Create New Winners And Losers In The Giant Credit Card Industry

Scores of companies play different roles in the system as intermediaries, most of them as merchant-facing vendors that provide the technology and services that help businesses accept credit cards. Recently, Silicon Valley has decided they also want to compete in this market, and  introduced online, mobile, and cloud-based services that compete with those provided by the legacy players. 

51 Even Toilets Aren’t Safe as Hackers Target Home Devices
52 15-Year-Old Makes $100,000 on Bitcoin, Launches Startup
53 The Anthropology of Hackers
54 How 4 Students Got a Satellite Startup Off the Ground and $500 Million From Google
55 Banks say credit cards for sale online were used at P.F. Chang's, restaurant investigating
56 3 Guys Share the Secret to Staying On Your Game
57 Parkinson's Law
58 Denial of service attack
59 http://www.snipe.net/2014/05/please-stop-asking-me-to-speak-about-women-in-technology/
60 Islamist Insurgents Seize Saddam's Hometown and Close In on Baghdad
61 Starz Renews 50 Cent-Produced Drama 'Power' for season 2
62 Big Data is Changing the Game for Human-Resource Hirers
63 Nissan set to unveil Vision Gran Turismo concept Monday - CNET
64 Baseball Player Makes Miracle Throw to Home Plate [VIDEO]
65 How to Watch the 2014 World Cup
66 5 Reasons To Move Your Startup to Southeast Asia
67 The Bike Helmet That Reads Your Brainwaves - IEEE Spectrum
68 Serving on a Jury? The Scientific Forensic Evidence You’ll Hear Isn’t Scientific.
69 How To Make Data Services Scale Like Google
70 Global Warming to Triple Frequency of Drought, Floods Along Indian Ocean
71 Visualizing MBTA Data
72 Pinterest's Web Search Is About to Get Much More Powerful
73 13 Ridiculous Travel Accessories No One Will Ever Need
74 The heat is on: Honeywell is finally challenging the Nest thermostat
75 Two X-class solar flares in less than 2 hours, and more may come soon
76 Oregon High School Shooter Identified as 15-Year-Old Freshman
77 Facebook Is Taking Aim At Snapchat—Again
78 School cancels reading program rather than promote “hacker culture”
79 Sorry, Taxis: You're History
80 7 US Startup Visa Options for International Founders
81 Twitter DMs Still Not Working for Some Users
82 Linux creator Linus Torvalds: I do not believe everybody should learn to code
83 New nano-dots could mean cheap, paint-on solar cells - CNET
84 Research Shows 2014 World Cup Ball Will Be Less Unpredictable
85 TweetDeck Hit by Newly Discovered XSS Vulnerability
86 Your Google Algorithm Cheat Sheet: Panda, Penguin, and Hummingbird
87 Grumpy Cat Christmas Movie Will Bring Holiday Jeer to Lifetime
88 Revisit The Best And Worst World Cup Uniforms Through The Years
89 If you like vibrating jewelry, put a Ringly on it
90 Handybook Raises $30 Million In Revolution-Led Series B
91 http://www.enterpriseconnect.com/tour/?_mc=SM_TW_LE_ECTOUR
92 E3 2014: Highlights of Day 1 - CNET
93 Will Amazon's Local Services Marketplace Kill Yelp And Angie's List?
94 iPhoneHacks Giveaway: V-MODA XS headphones worth $212
95 Meet the guy who just broke TweetDeck