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Beats Headphones Banned From World Cup Sidelines

Banned from the pitch by FIFA for licensing reasons, the bulky Beats headphones are a favorite for many of the world's top players, making the World Cup a huge unofficial ad for the company acquired by Apple Inc last month.

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Amazon's Fire Phone Is More Than Meets the Eye [HANDS-ON]

The Fire phone is exclusive to AT&T for now, which will exclude people outside of the United States. It's available for $199.99 for a 32GB version with a two-year contract. For $299.99 and a two-year contract, you can get a 64GB Fire phone. AT&T Customers can also buy the phone contract-free via the carrier's Next program, wt no money down and 24 monthly payments of $27. Without Next or a contract, the Fire phone is $649 for the 32GB version and $749 for the 64GB option.

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The Fire phone is Amazon's ultimate hardware weapon

Of course, all this won't amount to much if Amazon can't move massive numbers of Fire phones. In the months and weeks that led up to today's unveiling, pundits called for a phone that merged worthy performance and a rock-bottom price tag. Clearly, Amazon wasn't paying attention to the hoi polloi -- the Fire phone starts at $199 with a contract and it's an AT&T exclusive. Right out of the gate, Amazon's looking at a limited market with that carrier lockdown. Sure, the Fire phone might be a tempting lure for customers that have already gone all-in on Amazon's Prime ecosystem. But with so many impressive smartphones currently retailing for that same price, the Fire phone's likely to go unnoticed by the iPhone crowd Amazon's chasing after.

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Google cheers growing support for ECPA reform - CNET

Years after Google first began raising concerns about the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, the tech titan's efforts to get Congress to care might be bearing fruit.

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Japan's ruling party says won't regulate bitcoin for now

"Basically, we concluded that we will, for now, avoid a move towards legal regulation," Takuya Hirai, an LDP lawmaker who leads the party's internet media division, said on Thursday, adding that a final decision would be made after hearing more opinions on the subject.

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Crate pitches its zero-admin data store for the internet of things and other high-concurrency sectors

The internet of things is a key sector for Crate, though it’s gunning for any vertical that involves a lot of concurrency and fast results, such as user-facing apps that draw on big data. Batlogg and co-founders Christian Lutz and Bernd Dorn (Batlogg is picture above at left with Lutz) claim typically sub-second response times – faster than Hadoop but a bit slower than in-memory technology, which is in any case generally a pricier option.

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T-Mobile Will Give Anyone A Free iPhone 5S To Test For A Week

To kick off Un-carrier 5.0, T-Mobile today introduced “T-Mobile Test Drive” and pioneered a new way to buy wireless in the U.S. With T-Mobile Test Drive, anyone can get an iPhone 5s and unlimited nationwide service to take T-Mobile’s network for a data-intensive, seven-day spin at no cost. 

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will.i.am - home

Frontman for pop supergroup The Black Eyed Peas (selling 33MM albums and 58 million singles worldwide), will.i.am is a multi-faceted musician and entertainer.  will.i.am’s latest album #willpower has already charted a top 10 hit single and will feature artists such as Britney Spears, Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Nicole Scherzinger, Waka Flocka Flame, Diddy, Chris Brown, David Guetta, Baby Kaely and Miley Cyrus.  Throughout the course of his career, will.i.am has won 8 American Music Awards, 7 Grammy Awards, 3 World Music Awards, 2 MTV Video Music Awards, and 1 Billboard Music Award.  Bring the action.

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How to Watch the 2014 World Cup

Fans of EA’s FIFA series for Xbox and PlayStation will appreciate the company's latest World Cup iOS offering. In FIFA ’14 players can compete in their own World Cup brackets and customize their team’s lineup to compete with their ideal fantasy team. Those who want to make it more competitive can challenge friends and other online player’s in the game’s multiplayer mode. The free app is available for iOS .

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6 Blunt Character Changes HBO Made to 'Game of Thrones'

Many folks who are only fans of the show don't realize that Daenerys Targaryen's current love interest hails from Tyrosh; a land whose people are known for wearing bright colors and frequently dyeing their hair to match. Daario is descripted by George R.R. Martin as having blue hair and a blue, tri-forked beard. The tips of his mustache are dyed gold, matching a golden tooth.

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Pin-vestigation: 11 Debunked DIY Tricks on Pinterest

I precariously perched my spoon on the pot handle, but it's hardly convenient for me to keep it there. If anything, it just proves that a lot of pins on the site are meticulously staged.

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Your Company Is Not a Family

And paradoxically, winning as a team is the best way for individual team members to achieve success. The members of a winning team are highly sought after by other teams, both for the skills they demonstrate and for their ability to help a new team develop a winning culture. Both the Patriots and Spurs have supplied numerous other teams with veteran leaders and coaches. For example, five of the other 29 NBA teams have a former Spurs assistant as their head coach. Meanwhile, the New York Yankees’ habit of signing former Red Sox as free agents is so well known that it is now a common punchline among baseball writers.

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How to read music - Tim Hansen

Like an actor’s script, a sheet of music instructs a musician on what to play (the pitch) and when to play it (the rhythm). Sheet music may look complicated, but once you've gotten the hang of a few simple elements like notes, bars and clefs, you're ready to rock. Tim Hansen hits the instrumental basics you need to read music.

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The 12 Most Painful Moments of the World Cup So Far

Brazil's Marcelo scores on his own goal past Brazil's goalkeeper Jefferson -- the first goal of the World Cup -- while trying to clear the ball during the Group A World Cup soccer match between Brazil and Croatia, the opening game of the tournament, in the Itaquerao Stadium in Sao Paulo, Brazil on June 12.

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Optogenetics and genomic tools make it possible to pinpoint the source of memory, consciousness, and emotions. | MIT Technology Review

In the same vein, Caltech’s Anderson points out that the public and scientific infatuation with functional MRI studies over the last two decades has created the impression that certain regions of the brain act as “centers” of neural activity—that the amygdala is the “center” of fear, for example, or the hypothalamus is the “center” of aggression. But he likens fMRI to looking down on a nighttime landscape from an airplane at 30,000 feet and “trying to figure out what is going on in a single town.” Optogenetics, by contrast, has provided a much more detailed view of that tiny subdivision of cells in the hypothalamus, and thus a much more complex and nuanced picture of aggression. Activating specific neurons in that little town can tip an organism to make war, but activating the neurons next door can nudge it to make love.

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The Secret To Creativity, Intelligence, And Scientific Thinking

One of the things I have carried with me daily for over twenty years is a voice recorder--now, I understand that smart phones may have one--but, a dedicated dictaphone allows me to quickly make mind notes without any interference from the phone's inherent distractions. Also, place the voice recorder near the shower and you can record your streams of consciousness while streams of water shower you. Lastly, you can link up your thoughts on the voice recorder while using a smart phone to take of picture of something inspiring. Then download to your computer and create a file for later reference. You never know when your idea could change the world, it's your world make it yours...!

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Pen and Ink Artist Adds Pattern and Texture to Everyday Life

Pen and ink artist Kelsey Montague knows patterns, and she blends them into her work with stunning attention to detail.

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Mid-Century Postcards Reveal the Summers of the Past

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Retail in Real-Time

(5) Smartphones: http://appleinsider.com/articles/14/02/20/apples-iphone-led-2013-us-consumer-smartphone-sales-with-45-share---npd, http://www.latimes.com/business/technology/la-fi-tn-45-million-smartphones-lost-stolen-2013-20140417-story.html, http://techcrunch.com/2013/09/19/gartner-102b-app-store-downloads-globally-in-2013-26b-in-sales-17-from-in-app-purchases/

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Adobe Says Drawing Should Be Like Writing—A Skill We Teach Everyone | Business | WIRED

Michael Gough, like many other creative types, was one of those schoolkids who couldn’t stop doodling. “I’ve been in trouble all my life because I’m actually a compulsive drawer,” says Gough, head of experience design at software giant Adobe. “In class, if I didn’t draw, I couldn’t focus at all.”

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Your First Look at Entrepreneur Barbie, Smartphone and All | Underwire | WIRED

“You can’t be what you can’t see,” says Reshma Saujani, the founder of Girls Who Code, a nonprofit devoted to gender parity in computing and other STEM fields (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) and one of Barbie’s “CIOs.” “Unfortunately we live in a culture where girls are bombarded with images of male coders and engineers that just don’t look like them. When you ask a girl what a computer scientist is, she usually pictures a geeky guy typing away. And then we wonder why girls don’t pursue careers in tech! We have to change popular culture and start showing more women, more cool, dynamic, creative women, in these roles.”

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The First Look at Christian Grey in the 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Movie

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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The Hackaday Prize

You can begin work on an entry right now, and getting started couldn’t be easier. The build details for your entry need to be documented on Hackaday.io . Getting an account is as easy as typing in your email and choosing a password. Make your entry readable, make it graphic, and you can win. The grand prize is trip to space, there are several top prizes, and many many other prizes awarded along the way based on how the community responds to your ongoing work.

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How Dodgers Fans Work Around the Season-Long TV Blackout

The impasse began before the first pitch of the season when Time Warner Cable agreed to pay the Dodgers $8.35 billion over 25 years to handle the network’s distribution and advertising sales. Since then Time Warner Cable has asked rival pay-TV providers to pay about $4.90 per month for each subscriber — a price that would make the channel the most expensive single-team sports network in the U.S.

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Bitcoin May Be Altered After Fears of Manipulation by Powerful Players | MIT Technology Review

In the short term, negative attention may offer some deterrent against anyone amassing a majority of mining power again. The power of GHash.IO’s pool had dropped to 39 percent at time of writing, after concerns about its influence led some members to switch to alternatives. However, someone that managed to hack or coerce GHash.IO and one or two more mining pools could still stage a majority attack.

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This Security Robot Watches Your Every Move [VIDEO]

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.

27
Say 'Yo!' to Your Friends

There’s simple apps that don’t do a lot, but do what they do well. Then there’s Yo , as the FT points out , which takes minimalist concepts the extra mile.

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Facebook has built its own switch. And it looks a lot like a server

Facebook’s infrastructure is relatively unique in that it wholly controls it and has the engineering talent to build software and new hardware to meet its computing needs. Google is another company that has built its own networking switch, but it didn’t open source those designs and keeps them close. But many enterprise customers don’t have the technical expertise of a web giant, so the tweaks that others contribute to the Open Compute Foundation to make the gear and the software will likely influence adoption.

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Twitter Cofounder Biz Stone's Seven Secrets For Starting And Leading A Successful Business

Biz Stone co-founded Twitter Twitter in 2006 with Jack Dorsey , Evan Williams and Noah Glass and is now chief executive of Jelly Industries. He has been named entrepreneur of the decade by Inc Magazine, one of the world’s 100 most influential people by Time Magazine and “Nerd of the Year” by GQ Magazine. Now aged 40, Stone’s net worth is estimated at $200m. He dispensed some of his ideas on leadership in a speech to students at Oxford University’s Said Business School . Here are his seven top tips.

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Your Next Smartphone Could Have Security Sensors Built Into its Screen

The researchers have put together two different sensors so far, both of which have been etched into Gorilla Glass. The first was a temperature sensor—known as a Mach-Zehnder interferometer (MZI)—which uses knowledge about subtle glass deformation from temperature changes to calculate the external temperature as light passes through. But perhaps more interesting is a custom waveguide etched into the glass. The idea here is that a unique waveguide is etched into the screen; when infrared light shone through it, it can ensure that the phone is the one it claims to be, not stolen or cloned.

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A Clever App Designed to Make Strangers Into BFFs | Design | WIRED

Created by MIT’s Playful Systems Group, the app (now in beta testing) partners two people, who live as far away from each other as possible, in an anonymous digital pen pal scenario. Every day for 20 days, each person gets messages alerting them to vague details about their partner’s life: When he wakes up in the morning, where she’s going, what the weather is like where that person lives. You remain anonymous to each other the entire time, until day 20 when you get the chance to send one 400 character message. It’s about as poetic as apps come. “It should feel like postcards rather than letters,” says Kevin Slavin, a professor at MIT and director of the Playful Systems Group.

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Why Videogames Should Be Played With Friends, Not Online With Strangers | Game|Life | WIRED

“For me, it was about finding the right sort of games that work in that space, games that worked together instead of playing in isolation,” said Foulston. “When we started out, we wondered if we could sustain running more events, since we didn’t want to drop the quality of the games we curate. But it feels almost like a self-fulfilling prophecy. Since there’s been… so many other events that are showcasing games in physical spaces, there’s many more spaces for people to create these games for. I think that in turn has encouraged people to create more of these games.”

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Bootstrapping To The Stars

Like Virgin, XCOR offers a trip to suborbital space, but the experience is different and the price lower (not that space tourism is particularly price-sensitive). SpaceShipTwo holds six passengers, who have each paid $250,000 per ticket. The ship is carried by airplane to high altitudes before its rocket fires, hurtling the craft into space and allowing the passengers to float around weightless before descending to land on a runway. The Lynx holds only the pilot and one passenger, who paid $95,000. It takes off from a runway, whereupon its four rocket engines, with a combined total of 11,600 pounds of maximum thrust, take it to space in minutes. The passenger will experience weightlessness but remain strapped in. For a portion of the flight the passenger can act as a copilot, telling the pilot to perform different maneuvers to get a better view.

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Amazon Wants To Put A Cash Register In Your Pocket With Fire Phone

Amazon has posted details of the Fire phone on the front page of its website and says the device will be available in AT&T stores from July 25. A 32 GB Fire Phone costs $199.99 on a two-year contract, while the 64 GB will sell for $299. Unlocked, it’s $649, suggesting Amazon is going after the high end of the market dominated by Apple’s iPhone and Samsung’s Galaxy line.

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Christof Koch and Gary Marcus Explain the Codes Used by the Brain | MIT Technology Review

Nonetheless, there is reason to be optimistic that we are moving toward that understanding. Optogenetics now allows researchers to switch genetically identified classes of neurons on and off at will with colored beams of light. Any population of neurons that has a known, unique molecular zip code can be tagged with a fluorescent marker and then be either made to spike with millisecond precision or prevented from spiking. This allows neuroscientists to move from observing neuronal activity to delicately, transiently, and reversibly interfering with it. Optogenetics, now used primarily in flies and mice, will greatly speed up the search for neural codes. Instead of merely correlating spiking patterns with a behavior, experimentalists will be able to write in patterns of information and directly study the effects on the brain circuitry and behavior of live animals. Deciphering neural codes is only part of the battle. Cracking the brain’s many codes won’t tell us everything we want to know, any more than understanding ASCII codes can, by itself, tell us how a word processor works. Still, it is a vital prerequisite for building technologies that repair and enhance the brain.

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joyent/node

On Jun 9, 2014 8:40 PM, "Daniel Taylor" <dantaylor08@gmail.com> wrote: > I think an example was just provided of that. Just because it doesn't > disrupt your flow, or break any of your cases doesn't excuse core utilities > being broken. There needs to be at minimum a workaround devised for this. > It's ridiculous to not want to correct this. Unless we really just don't > want to support windows. > On Jun 9, 2014 8:33 PM, "Nathan Rajlich" <notifications@github.com> wrote: > See, here's what I don't get: > > We're talking about the node_modules directory here. It's > machine-created (via the npm client), and for all practical purposes > should *never* be needed to be traversed. I've developed tons of modules > and test them on Windows and have quite honestly never needed to dive into > that directory because npm provides commands for everything you should ever > need to do to that directory, and it supports long paths just fine. > > So I clearly must be missing some part of your guys' app development flow > because as a module author it's never been a problem for me.

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Adobe’s New Pen And Ruler Tease The Future Of Digital Creativity

“We all want to be in that flow state. And it’s really really hard to get there if you’re hunting through menus and picking different tools. Over time, this hardware allows you to use other senses to do it,” he says. “When a musician plays, if they have to constantly look through dropdown menus to find the next chord, the music would not be very good. It’s farfetched and maybe not possible, but we’d love for, some day, artists to play Photoshop, to stay in flow, to be expressive without interruption.”

38
World Cup Day 7: Down and Out in Rio and Manaus

Wednesday in Brazil saw all the highs and lows we've come to expect from World Cup football: another three fantastic games; another three high scores that keeps the goal average of the 2014 tournament up where it hasn't been since the 1950s. But it also saw the effective ejection of two teams we expected to lose early — Australia and Cameroon — and one we didn't. One that was on the top of the world four short years ago.

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Fire Phone against the world: can Amazon take on iOS and Android?

With his presentation earlier today, Jeff Bezos wanted consumers to take one thing away from Amazon's Fire Phone:  it's different. We've just seen the end result of years of research, most of which seemingly went into the phone's Dynamic Perspective feature, which pulls together multiple front-facing cameras and infrared sensors to implement head-tracking in a way that's different from anything we've seen from a phone. There's also Firefly, the feature that can recognize and identify nearly anything around you, and Mayday, which gives owners a live video connection to Amazon customer support. Bezos even highlighted the Fire Phone's camera, claiming that it outperforms the hardware offered by Apple and Samsung. But beyond these things (and other oddities like a circular polarizer on the screen), the rest of Amazon's phone is pretty average. Let's see how it stacks up compared to what's on the market today.

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What Will Your Business Look Like in 2030?

The year is 2030, and you’re walking into the front doors of your company. What will it look like, what functions will your employees be performing and how will you stack up against the competition?

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ELON MUSK: We're Only A Decade Away From Putting Humans On Mars

For Musk, establishing a colony on Mars is vital. Without it, humans will only live as long as we avoid a catastrophic event like the asteroid that took out the dinosaurs .

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Uber Isn't Worth $17 Billion

Earlier this month, investors poured $1.2 billion into Uber , a tech company whose smartphone app connects taxi drivers to passengers. The share of the business these investors received suggests that Uber is worth $17 billion, a mind-boggling sum for a young company with only a few hundred million dollars in revenue. That said, Uber isn’t the only highly valued tech company these days, with others like Airbnb and Dropbox each valued at about $10 billion by investors.

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The Most-Liked Instagram Photo In The World Took 4 Days To Edit | TechCrunch

Remember the time that Kim Kardashian proved that social media popularity has very little to do with talent by posting the most-liked photo of all time? It was a photo of her and her brand-spankin’-new husband Kanye West kissing at their wedding, and it stole the crown from Justin Bieber with 2 million likes in about 24 hours.

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YouTube is coming to cable TV set-top boxes, with a little help from the cloud

But while Comcast may have the size to ignore Netflix & Co. for the time being, others are starting to warm up to the service. Smaller and mid-sized TV operators, which are increasingly getting squeezed by the ever-rising costs to carry hundreds of traditional TV networks, are increasingly open to carry online services. Netflix has struck deals with four U.S. TV providers, and YouTube is working with a total of nine cable companies. However, all of these deals are thus far only for TiVo’s hardware; based on recent financial filings, TiVo distributed at most 1.4 million devices through all of its U.S. cable industry partners — a drop in the bucket when compared to the total of 93 million pay TV households in the U.S..

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Elon Musk: We Should Fear a 'Terminator' Future

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Who Controls Emoji Anyway?

Apple has long been one of the biggest emoji proponents. In Japan, Apple has supported emoji since iOS 2.2. With iOS 5, Apple moved to the new Unicode standard. Apple has had support for emoji in OS X since OS X 10.7 Lion. That means that you can add emoji characters to virtually any Mac app's data entry screen. It also means that Safari (on iOS and OS X) supports emoji natively. Apple even has its own font, Apple Color Emoji , to provide color images for each of 889 glyphs. Of the various emoji sets in wide-use, Apple's are probably closer to the "official" method.

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If It Ain't Broke, Fix It Anyway: How The Internet Of Things Is Changing The Industrial Enterprise

“Optimization in the airline industry can avoid events that crater margins.  With the ability to intelligently predict when critical assets might fail, we can help our customers avoid such instances from happening.  By fixing something before it is broken, we make our products and services that much more valuable, and our customers a more resilient and profitable enterprise,” says Petroff.

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American Apparel Ousts Controversial CEO Dov Charney

The board of American Apparel voted Wednesday to fire its controversial founder and CEO, Dov Charney, because of an "ongoing investigation into alleged misconduct," the company said .

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New Neuroscience Tools Provide Fresh Hope for Improved Psychiatric Drugs | MIT Technology Review

Another obvious impediment to finding better drugs is that there haven’t been reliable ways to screen them. Because researchers have had limited ability to measure how potential psychiatric drugs affect the biology of lab animals, they’ve “concocted” tests based on the way existing drugs affect animal behavior, says Steven Hyman, director of the Stanley Center for Psychiatric Research at the Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT. One conventional assay for antidepressants, for example, is called the “forced swim test.” When rats given the commonly used drug imipramine, which was invented in the 1950s and is still considered one of the most effective medicines for depression, are dropped in a bucket of cold water, they swim longer before giving up. The animals’ propensity to stop struggling has been rationalized as a measure of “behavioral despair,” Hyman says, but there’s actually no proof that the behavior in the test reflects human depression. Though the swim test has been used for 50 years to test antidepressants and is still widely used, all it probably does is select for drugs that mimic the effects of imipramine in allowing a rodent to swim longer, he says.

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12 Countries Added to Google Play Bookstore

Today Google announced that 13  12 more countries have access to Google Play’s five million books. So if your a Honduran fan of e-books and Android, you should start planning some quiet time for reading.

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52 This Building Will Suck Up Smog Like It Was A Forest
53 Christopher Guest's Production Designer On How He Sets A Movie's Mood
54 June 18 Amazon Event In Seattle
55 Are We Going To See An Explosion Of Food Labeling Lawsuits?
56 Slingshot Is Facebook's Newest App, But How Long Will It Care About This One?
57 The Toxic Landscape of Johannesburg’s Gold Mines | Raw File | WIRED
58 E-Cigarette Brands Battle to Keep Marketing Rights
59 Facebook unavailable during longest outage in four years
60 Shasta Ventures Sticks to Basics With New $300 Million Fund - Digits - WSJ
61 Intel will offer a customizable chip to keep data center clients happy
62 The Tug-Of-War Between Amazon's Investors And Its Customers
63 Earth's Most Abundant Mineral Found - In A Rock From Space
64 Status update: Facebook is back up after worldwide 30 minute outage - Digits - WSJ
65 NSA ‘third party’ partners tap the Internet backbone in global surveillance program
66 Apple cuts prices of Mac mini, iMac, and Apple TV in Europe and the UK
67 Money: Facebook's Final Frontier. Why Payments, Not Virtual Reality, Are Its Next Holy Grail
68 New Adobe Line and Sketch iPad apps announced along with 'Ink' stylus and 'Slide' ruler
69 When ERP Goes To The Cloud, You Know Things Are Getting Serious
70 Want To Attract Millennials To Your Company? Engage Them In Causes
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74 The Ultimate Guide To Bootstrapping Hardware Startups
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77 In Its Dealings With ISPs, Netflix Is Holding A Powerful Card
78 Fantastically Wrong: The Murderous Plant That Grows From the Blood of Hanged Men | Science | WIRED
79 T-Mobile's 'Music Freedom' is a great feature — and a huge problem
80 Why The Latest Cheap Apple iMac Is A Rip-Off
81 T-Mobile's Uncarrier 5.0 event: Join us Wednesday (live blog) - CNET
82 Board Game ‘Ticket to Ride’ Celebrates 10 Years With a Gorgeous New Edition | Underwire | WIRED
83 King Of the World's Oceans: DiCaprio Donates $7 Million to Conservation
84 Boot up: on Andreessen, tweaking Bitcoin?, Surface Pro 3 (and con)
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86 Martin Sheen Joins Jane Fonda-Lily Tomlin Netflix Show 'Grace and Frankie'
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91 Structure 2014 live coverage
92 Why Amazon's Fire Phone doesn't really impress me (yet)
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