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Why a Media Giant Sold Its Data Center and Headed to the Cloud

"Our job in the technology group at Condé Nast is to provide the content makers in the company with the best tools to create content," says Joe Simon, executive vice president and CTO of Condé Nast. "Now most of our content is distributed across all sorts of places. We've got to ensure that we have the platform and technology flexibility to enable this content to be distributed wherever our editors want it to be. And, of course, we also continue to manage the traditional IT functions like HR and finance and sales."

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Music Messaging App La-La Lets Users Chat With Songs Snippets | TechCrunch

Put simply, La-La is an iPhone App that lets us chat with song snippets instead of words. La-La messages are clipped edits of audio and not full songs. They are cut at the precise part where the message is being sung and used in a similar way to how Bumblebee from transformers uses radio samples to speak. Another neat little feature that makes La-La different to other music sending apps is that …

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Yahoo Gets To Keep More Of Its Stake In Alibaba | TechCrunch

As part of today’s earnings release , Yahoo revealed that Alibaba is allowing it to keep a greater portion of its stake when it issues its initial public offering. Yahoo will be required to sell 140 million shares in the Chinese e-commerce company, compared to the 208 million the two companies agreed to last October.

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It's 'Super Tuesday' for UK government surveillance oversight - Digits - WSJ

LONDON—With uncanny synchronicity, two separate hearings highlighting the limits of the U.K. government’s electronic surveillance of its citizens came under the spotlight in London on Tuesday.

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Visa Launches Checkout, Another Play for Digital Payments

While online shopping is huge, many customers still leave items in their cart because the payment process remains difficult. Among the key selling points of Checkout is that it can be built directly into e-commerce sites without forcing users to go to another site or leave the transaction process as can be the case with PayPal and some of Visa’s earlier efforts.

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California is surviving the drought this summer because it is using its water “bank account” — groundwater. The problem for the state is that nobody knows how big that bank account is because California is the only Western state that doesn’t measure its groundwater, Howitt said.

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Xbox One Sales More Than Doubled in June

Microsoft announced today that, following a $100 price cut, it sold more than twice as many Xbox Ones in the U.S. in June as it did in May. The announcement did not say exactly how many units that was, but it came almost exactly 24 hours before the expected release of the NPD Group’s June retail gaming sales numbers. Other than December , the Xbox One has lagged behind its chief rival, Sony’s PlayStation 4, in sales every month.

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Google+ No Longer Requires You Use Your Real Name

"We know that our names policy has been unclear, and this has led to some unnecessarily difficult experiences for some of our users. For this we apologize, and we hope that today's change is a step toward making Google+ the welcoming and inclusive place that we want it to be."

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Alan Mulally, former Ford CEO, joins Google board

Mr. Mulally, who retired as Ford's CEO on July 1, became the 11th member of Google's board on July 9 and adds a dose of independence to a group that has added just one other new member since 2005. Mr. Mulally will serve on the board's audit committee.

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Sling Media Introduces $150 Slingbox M1 Box, Upgraded SlingTV UI, And A Desktop App | TechCrunch

Sling Media is one of those companies that every now and then you forget about, but they just keep chugging along and occasionally putting out new products. Founded a full decade ago, the company is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of cable and satellite vendor EchoStar , and yet it’s still building new stuff to get its user base excited.

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The Last of Us: Remastered includes optional 30fps lockdown

The Last of Us is genre-defining experience blending survival and action elements to tell a character driven story about a population decimated by a modern plague. Cities are abandoned and being reclaimed by nature. Remaining survivors are killing each other for food, weapons and whatever they can find. Joel, a ruthless survivor, and Ellie, a brave young teenage girl who is wise beyond her years, must work together to survive their journey across what remains of the United States.

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Airbnb unveils its new identity, launches redesigned mobile app and website

According to Airbnb chief Brian Chesky, “Airbnb started as a way to rent rooms and it was just a tiny little website and over time grew. Today we’re in 34,000 cities and 194 countries.” But, Chesky said, “Airbnb isn’t really understood … Our core idea, what Airbnb is about at its core, is belonging. At Airbnb, we imagine a world where you can belong anywhere.”

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The Secret NYC Graveyard Where Ships Go to Die | Autopia | WIRED

The Arthur Kill ship graveyard was never meant to become such a decrepit spectacle. In the years following World War II, the adjacent scrapyard began to purchase scores of outdated vessels, with the intention of harvesting them for anything of value. But the shipbreakers couldn’t keep pace with the influx of boats, especially once people started to use the graveyard as a dumping ground for their old dinghies. Plenty of ships fell into such disrepair that they were no longer worth the effort to strip, especially since many teem with toxic substances. And so they’ve been left to rot in the murky tidal strait that divides Staten Island from New Jersey, where they’ve turned scarlet with rust and now host entire ecosystems of hardy aquatic creatures.

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Apple and IBM announce new partnership to move iOS further into the enterprise

As reported initially by Re/code , the CEO of Apple, Tim Cook, and the CEO of IBM, Ginni Rometty, have officially unveiled a brand new partnership that will see the release of new wireless devices into the market, but also the use of applications with business-specfic aspirations to run on them. The broad partnership between Apple and IBM is seen as a way for both companies to make strides in key areas, where Apple is hoping to make further inroads into the Enterprise market.

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Zillow Acquires Retsly, A Service That Helps Developers Access Real Estate Listings | TechCrunch

Schwartz tells me that he believes Retsly is a great fit for Zillow. “This is an extension of our efforts to provide productivity tools to help MLSs, brokers, franchisors, teams and agents be more productive and successful,” he said. At the same time, though, he also believes that this acquisition goes a bit further than some of Zillow’s previous ones in that it provides developers with the data to create new applications and that it gives the MLSs the ability to mange that data. “We believe that when the real estate ecosystem thrives,  Zillow  also benefits,” Schwartz said.

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No PS3 to PS4 Discount Upgrade Option For The Last of Us - IGN

Anyone who owns The Last of Us on PS3 will not receive a discount should they choose to purchase the Remastered version of the game on PS4.

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The highlight of Evo 2014: Garireo trumps Dogura in BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma

Forget the World Cup, this weekend's most thrilling competitive drama took place at the Evo 2014 fighting game tournament. Specifically, in the BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma finals between Garireo and Dogura. Coming into the finals, Garireo was fighting out of the losers bracket, meaning he needed to win two straight best of five matches, while Dogura only needed to win one. Garireo barely squeaked by in the first match, winning 3 to 2. Garireo then lost his first two battles in the second match, leaving him moments from elimination, before he managed an impressive three-win streak to take home the championship. Above, you'll find footage of the finals in its entirety. Below, footage of Garireo and Dogura during the last battle. If you're allergic to people's dreams being crushed in undeniably spectacular fashion as a rabid crowd goes nuts in the background, you may want to skip the second clip. [Image: Arc System Works]

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IBM is Apple's simplest solution to selling more iPads

Apple and IBM are now partners . Having once defined the opposing sides of the personal computer coin, the two American giants are now uniting in a wide-ranging partnership to transform the business world. Playing to their strengths, one will provide iPhones, iPads, and excellent customer support, while the other will help craft "made-for-business" apps and add device management, security, and analytics for enterprise clients. It’s an overt assault on BlackBerry’s last bastion of strength, the phone in every suit pocket, and should strike fear into the hearts of other mobile contenders like Samsung, Google, and Microsoft. The scariest thing about this deal, though, is how simple and obvious it is. Enterprise is notoriously complicated, whereas this move rectifies one of Apple's most enduring weaknesses in a straightforward way.

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Shipping Startup Shyp Raises $10M Led By SherpaVentures, Plans Expansion To New York City | TechCrunch

On-demand shipping startup Shyp only officially launched in San Francisco just a few months ago, but it’s already looking to expand to new markets. First, though, the company raised $10 million in new capital, led by Shervin Pishevar and Scott Stanford’s SherpaVentures .

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Google Starts Selling Its Aerial Imagery To Maps For Business Users | TechCrunch

For now, the Google Maps for Business imagery will only display imagery covering the continental U.S. Google says this will “help customers like government agencies get the imagery they need without collecting their own aerial photography.” Google argues that this new purchase option will also give them a way to get around the usual delivery systems for this kind of information (FTP and discs).

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Android Wear: Nice to have, but not a must-have yet

The Samsung Gear Live looks just like the company’s older Gear smartwatches: A little bulky, but they feel good on the wrist. It has a 1.63-inch 320×320 resolution AMOLED touchscreen display and a built-in heart-rate monitor. The overall design is why I opted to borrow a Gear Live over an LG G Watch: The latter has a lower-resolution display, is flatter on the bottom so it doesn’t fit me as well and can’t monitor heart rate. (In its defense, the G Watch has a larger battery than the Gear Live.) You can swap out the watch band with something more traditional if you’d like.

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Rickroll Innocent Televisions With This Google Chromecast Hack | Threat Level | WIRED

While Petro says he intended the hack to be used for pranking purposes only, his work also demonstrates potentially more serious security issues with Chromecast. Petro says he also discovered what he believes is a buffer overflow bug in the DIAL software run on Chromecast and maintained by Netflix and Google. With that bug, he believes his attack could take over a target Chromecast completely and extract its owner’s Wifi credentials. “It would be a nice way of scraping out the password to a lot of people’s networks,” says Petro. But Petro notes he hasn’t yet fully tested that bug, and won’t present it in his conference talk Friday.

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Twitter / verge: Airbnb has a fresh new design ...

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

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Newspaper companies need to stop lying to themselves, says longtime newspaper editor

Former newspaper editor David Boardman says too many newspaper companies and industry executives are fooling themselves by pretending that their business is better than it really is. They need to face reality, he says — and maybe even stop printing newspapers altogether

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Star Citizen tops $48 million, unveils new bomber

Since our last look at Chris Roberts' space epic Star Citizen, the game's crowdfunding effort has pulled down another $5 million, bringing the current total to a staggering $48 million. With another funding milestone comes another stretch goal reward, in this case, the two-fold debut of the bomber seen above. Though work in progress imagery of the Retaliator is the only glimpse available as of yet, developer Cloud Imperium Games is working on a spiffy in-universe commercial for the ship similar to the ad spot it created for the 2944 Aurora last year. Looking ahead , the stretch goal for the inevitable $49 million mark is a plant. Literally, an in-game, extraterrestrial plant. "Similar to a bonsai tree, the Centennial Bloom is a very famous Xi'An plant indigenous to Eealus III that blossoms for one night every one hundred years," reads the official description of the Xi'An Space Plant. [Image: Cloud Imperium Games] Star Citizen - Retaliator

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Amazon's Cloud Is One of the Fastest-Growing Software Businesses in History

That’s how much Amazon.com (AMZN) will rake in from its cloud computing business this year, according to a new estimate from Pacific Crest Securities. If true, it’s an incredible figure. It would mean that Amazon’s cloud revenue shot up 58 percent in a single year, from $3.1 billion in 2013. In a research note, Pacific Crest says it expects the business to keep growing at a clip, with revenue hitting $6.7 billion in 2015. (Amazon does not break out its cloud revenue figures.)

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Court upholds Assange arrest warrant

"All in all, the district court makes the assessment that the reasons for the arrest warrant offset the infringement and adverse effects the measure entails for Julian Assange," Judge Lena Egelin said.

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For Rupert Murdoch, It's Not Time Warner; It's HBO

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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Mortal Kombat X will feature at least one 'guest' character

Teasing NetherRealm's DLC plans for Mortal Kombat X , series co-creator Ed Boon revealed that the upcoming fighter will likely feature at least one "guest" character from an outside franchise. "I think there's a novelty to having a downloaded guest character," Boon said at the 3:56:00 mark in this Madcatz-produced video . "The chances of [having] at least one of them will be pretty good." A Nightmare on Elm Street villain Freddy Krueger previously appeared in 2011's Mortal Kombat as add-on content, and Mortal Kombat 's Scorpion went on to guest star in fellow NetherRealm-developed fighter Injustice: Gods Among Us in 2013. Though classic combatant Raiden recently joined Mortal Kombat X 's playable roster, Boon notes that the game will feature "more new MK characters since the first [Mortal Kombat]." Boon assured that Mortal Kombat X 's add-on content could host an array of returning fighters beyond its initial roster, however. "If you don't see your favorite character, there's always the DLC characters," he said. "[You] can hold out hope to see that we're going to include them.

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Google Wallet Gets Gift Cards, Request and Send Money

First off, in addition to support for loyalty cards and offers, the app now lets you manage your gift cards and redeem them in stores. Adding cards to Google Wallet is as simple as snapping a picture of them or typing in the card info (gift cards received electronically can be saved by tapping “Save to Google”), and using them merely requires showing your phone to the cashier at checkout.

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Netflix to FCC: reclassify Comcast and Verizon so they can't choke the internet

While many companies — including Comcast — have said the FCC should preserve a “free and open internet,” Netflix’s submission is unusually blunt and specific about the measures to take. Notably, Netflix told the FCC that it should reclassify the internet providers as so-called “Title II” services, which would allow the agency to treat them more akin to public utilities and bar them from favoring one website over another.

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Exclusive - Red flags: Alibaba's Ma and Ma's private equity firm

HONG KONG/BEIJING (Reuters) - When a fast-growing private equity firm co-founded by Jack Ma sought funding from institutional investors for the first time in early 2013, almost all had one major concern, its chairman said: was the firm independent from Ma, the influential executive chairman of Alibaba Group Holding, China's e-commerce giant.

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These free events in San Francisco, New York City and Chicago bring together developers, decision-makers, engineers and startups to hear from innovative companies about how they’re solving tough challenges as they deploy next-generation solutions like MongoDB, internet of things, ecommerce, devops and hybrid cloud architectures.

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Microsoft plans to cut 1,000 jobs in Finland: newspaper

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp is planning to cut 1,000 jobs in Finland from its mobile phone unit, a Finnish daily said on Wednesday, quoting anonymous sources.

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Scientists Have Simulated Time Travel With Photons | IFLScience

In a quantum regime, the authors say, the paradox of time travel can be resolved, leaving closed timelike curves consistent with relativity. Near a black hole, for example, the extreme effects of general relativity play a role.

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Weird Al rants about the Illuminati in parody of Lorde's 'Royals'

Weird Al is getting a bit weirder for day three in the eight days of music video releases to promote his new album, Mandatory Fun . This third parody is of Lorde's breakout single "Royals," which Al twists into a strange infomercial for aluminum foil. The song, called "Foil," translates surprisingly well, but it's partway through that things start to get really odd. "Oh by the way I've cracked the code," Al sings. "I figured out these shadow organizations / and the Illuminati know / that they're finally primed for world domination." Patton Oswalt costars in the video, and Reno 911! stars Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant cameo as secret agents to wrap things up.

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Why People Love It When The Beat Drops

In the study, Trainor and her colleagues monitored electrical activity in the brains of 35 people. The researchers played a sequence of low- and high-pitched piano notes at the same time, and every so often, the notes were played 50 milliseconds too fast. The vast majority of the people were better able to detect the offbeat in the lower tone.

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How great leaders inspire action

Simon Sinek has a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership all starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers ... (Filmed at TEDxPugetSound.)

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Why you should (really, seriously, permanently) stop using your smartphone at dinner

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The 10 Reasons I Ignored Your Resume

Don't tell me you’re a digital guru if you haven’t tweeted in the last three years. You don't have to have a million followers (though I'll pay closer attention if you do), but you do need to be participating in the conversation on a regular basis by sharing other people’s content and staying current. A few tweets a week is enough; a month long lapse is unacceptable. I’d rather see you using one network well and not have accounts on the others, than have accounts everywhere and use none of them effectively.

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Watch Boeing's 787-9 Dreamliner do things that would make you throw up

Boeing is at the Farnborough Airshow this week — one of the biggest trade exhibitions for the world's aircraft manufacturers — showing off the  787-9 , a larger version of the Dreamliner that's going head-to-head with new offerings from European arch-rival Airbus. But when you're showing off an airliner to the men and women who are deciding whether to buy them, it turns out that a standard takeoff and landing demonstration won't cut it: the pilots throw these aircraft into extreme maneuvers designed to look impressive and convince airlines that they're writing a check for a truly badass plane.

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The Big Picture: Boeing 787-9 performs extreme maneuvers at Farnborough

Boeing's original Dreamliner may be old news by now, but a longer variant -- the 787-9 -- is about to enter passenger service with Air New Zealand. That extended aircraft is also on display for would-be airline customers this week at the Farnborough Airshow , just south of London. With a very light load on board, Boeing's able to show off its latest plane with some extreme maneuvers, including steep takeoffs and high-bank turns just feet off the ground. The moves may make you uneasy, but they're designed to demonstrate the aircraft's flexibility -- you won't experience any of these intense angles on a commercial flight, but you can get a feel for what the new 787 can do in the video after the break.

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Watch: This Woman Just OWNED American Ninja Warrior

There’s feats of strength aplenty that happen every day, and it often feels like every time you check your Facebook there’s a some new maniac capturing his adrenaline-soaked adventure via GoPro head bracket. It’s easy to become numb to it. But last night, well, last night 5 foot tall, 100 pound Kacy Catanzaro topped ‘em all. The former college gymnast champ was competing in the Dallas finals of Esquire TV’s American Ninja Warrior , a grueling series of tasks strung together that makes all those other obstacle course shows look like playing in a Nerf castle. She became the first woman to complete the course and move on to the next level, Mount Midoriyama. All we can say is watch it for yourself, but get ready for some sympathetic arm pain. Wow. 

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46 7 ways stress does your mind and body good

1. Stress correlates to a lower risk of death (if you think about it in the way that McGonigal suggests). In her talk, McGonigal references a study done by researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison . Researchers looked at data from a 1998 survey conducted by the National Center for Health Statistics that asked specific questions about stress levels, stress management and perceptions about how stress affects health. They used a sample of about 29,000 respondents from the survey who matched up to public records, and then looked at instances of death among survey respondents through 2006. Overall, they found that survey respondents who reported a lot of stress and a perception that stress has a big impact on health had an increased hazard ratio — which converted to a 43% increased risk of premature death. However, survey respondents who reported a lot of stress but little to no perception that stress impacted health had the lowest hazard ratio of any group in the survey, even those who felt almost no stress.

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Ariz. Protestors Mistakenly Blockade YMCA Bus Instead Of Migrants

ORACLE, Ariz. (AP) — Protesters waved "Return to Sender" signs, shoved a group of mariachi musicians and waited for a bus of immigrant children that the local sheriff told them would arrive. At one point, they briefly halted a bus before realizing it was carrying children from a YMCA.

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8 Common Misteaks Mistakes People Make When Cooking Steak - Bon Appétit

3. A Sprinkle Will Do When it comes to seasoning, this is not the time to be shy. Perry explains that in addition to aiding in the formation of a gorgeous crust, it’s necessary for big, bold flavor. “You can’t season the inside of the steak,” she says. “So you’ve got to aggressively season the exterior.” This is not, however, a pass to get crazy with spice rubs and other “creative” seasonings. When you’ve got a good steak, you’re going to want to taste the steak, says assistant food editor Claire Saffitz . So go for coarse kosher salt and black pepper, and season with wild abandon: You should be able to actually see the salt and pepper.

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Here’s why your Comcast rep is yelling at you

In 2006, a man named Vincent Ferrari called AOL and tried to cancel his internet service . It took him 21 minutes as an increasingly desperate customer service rep named John tried to talk him out of it. "You used this quite a lot," John says, in a recording Ferrari made of part of the call. "Last month was 545 hours of usage."

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You can now inhale shots like air for just $700

Drinking is great, but there are so many drawbacks -- the calories, the glass that's cramping your dancing style, the half-hour wait for the buzz. Fortunately, Vapshot can solve all those issues (apart from the alcoholism) with its Vapshot mini machine by letting you inhale your liquor at home instead of drinking it (see the video below). You can grab one in white for $700 or stainless steel for $899, and extra bottles are $9 each. As we saw last month at our Austin, Texas Engadget event , it's simple to operate: you just insert your booze of choice, vaporize it into a serving bottle and inhale with a straw. You can even combine the "air shots" with regular shots or mixed drinks. Though it may sound sketchy, Vapshot says their machine is the only model lab-tested for vaporizing alcohol, and is "well within" the acceptable levels for that purpose. We'll have to take its word for that, but if you're curious and living in Seattle, guess what? You can check it out for yourself at our Engadget Live Seattle event this Friday, July 18th. We'd recommend getting there early for, er, reasons.

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