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A new, methane-hunting supercomputer could help scientists -- finally -- uncover life on other planets.

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Phineas and Ferb meet the Sith-inator in 'Star Wars' special - CNET

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Long-Anticipated World's Tallest Water Slide Is Now Open for Business

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.

2
Genius Dad Figures Out Way To Fill 37 Water Balloons In 20 Seconds

The Kickstarter campaign hasn't hit potato salad levels of notoriety yet, but it’s already nearly tripled its $10,000 goal. And why wouldn’t it? As the saying goes: Fund a man’s potato salad Kickstarter and you’ll eat potato salad for a day; fund his game-changing water balloon Kickstarter and you’ll be having water balloon fights for life.

3
Ancient Roman Shipwreck Found in the Ligurian Sea

The discovery was made by sonar engineer Guido Gay, who has located the ship at 500 meters deep. Renamed Dedalus 21, the vessel is estimated to be dating to the second century B.C. It is 15 meters long and has preserved many precious objects, including hundreds of amphorae of the Republican era, proof, says Gay, of the flourishing maritime trade between France, Spain and Rome, which imported wine, fish and other goods from those areas.

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'Airbnb Logos' Tumblr Pokes Inappropriate Fun at Company's New Logo

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.

5
Could This Finally Be The End Of Crocs?

But by 2008, Croc-love was waning as consumers slowly came to their senses, and the company suffered a major drop in sales. They tried hard to regain their former glory by expanding their design selections : they made high-heeled leather Crocs, wedges, sneakers, winter boots, and leather boating shoes. The strategy worked, for a while--in 2011, they made $150 million in profits--but ultimately proved to be overexpansion. They’re now cutting the leather boots and dress shoes, and downsizing the company to survive--layoffs include 70 jobs at their Colorado headquarters. "We have a clear, well-defined strategy for addressing these issues and improving performance,” company president Andrew Rees said in a statement. “Work is under way already to drive significant change throughout our company."

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Open Labs Launches Stagelight 2.0, Signs Deals With Lenovo, Dell, Microsoft And Guitar Center | TechCrunch

It’s not that much of a surprise that a bootstrapped company that launched its first product 18 months ago is out of the red so fast. Mountain used to be a VC himself with the now defunct Accent Capital and he also led million-dollar deals for Dell prior to this gig. While he didn’t want to mention just how profitable Stagelight has been so far, it’s easy to guess that a company with software that sells for $9.99 has just inked some pretty big deals with some major players and has had nearly a million downloads is doing all right.

7
Family Asked To Leave Southwest Flight After Tweet - CBS Minnesota

Duff Watson says he was asked to de-board a flight from Denver to Minneapolis with his two kids on Sunday after an agent didn’t like a tweet he wrote about her service.

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Big Data's Effect on Organ Transplant Wait Lists

While it's preferable to receive a kidney from a living donor (those organs last nine years longer, on average, and require lower doses of anti-rejection drugs, which can have harsh side effects), donors and candidates are incompatible in approximately one-third of potential kidney transplants because of mismatched blood or tissue types. A donor and candidate can also be incompatible if the candidate has developed antibodies from a previous blood transfusion, pregnancy or transplant that will attack a new kidney.

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On being wrong

Most of us will do anything to avoid being wrong. But what if we're wrong about that? "Wrongologist" Kathryn Schulz makes a compelling case for not just admitting but embracing our fallibility.

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Dropbox Gets Down To Business, Adds More Sharing Features And Search For Enterprises | TechCrunch

Dropbox, now at 300 million users globally, says that there are 4 million businesses today using its cloud-based platform to store, distribute and share documents. But of those, only around 80,000 have opted so far to use Dropbox for Business, the company’s premium enterprise tier launched earlier this year . Today, the startup is making a move to sweeten the deal, unveiling a host of new features to enhance Dropbox for Business. They include a lot of new (and more secure) ways to share documents, and an interesting move that points to Dropbox’s bigger platform ambitions: the introduction of full-text search.

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The never-advertised, always coveted headphones built and sold in Brooklyn

All of the testing of the headphones takes place in the listening room on the top floor of the Grado building, which is filled with leather furniture and two shelving units of turntables and receivers. The shelves are bookended by a set of peculiar speakers, which aren't so much speakers as two stacks of headphone drivers encased in wood. The speakers are an experimental design that Grado decided never to ship, but the models stand waiting if the company ever decides to expand. Playing to the headphones' strengths (or, more likely, the Grado family preferences), the company tests and develops new drivers by listening to artists like Ella Fitzgerald or Eric Clapton in the listening room.

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How a solar storm nearly destroyed life as we know it two years ago

On July 23, 2012, the sun unleashed two massive clouds of plasma that barely missed a catastrophic encounter with the Earth’s atmosphere.  These plasma clouds, known as coronal mass ejections (CMEs), comprised a solar storm thought to be the most powerful in at least 150 years.

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Airlines rely on Twitter to get the word out to customers, world

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia—After last week's crash of Flight 17, Malaysia Airlines turned to Twitter to keep the world informed about the disaster, while other airlines have tweeted about canceled flights to Tel Aviv after a rocket strike in a suburb near the airport.

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10 Apps That Will Help You Sleep Better

If you're serious about regulating your sleep, Pzizz may be worth the download. This app claims to be the solution to insomnia. Due to its scientifically proven techniques that combine NLP (neurolinguistic programming), binaural beats and sound effects, the app is on the pricier side. With several sounds available, this software will mix a new playlist every time, so you never hear the same tune twice.

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LittleBits, a Favorite Tool of Hardware Hackers, Is Now Cloud-Enabled | Design | WIRED

“People used to think of us as a toy, but we’ve been growing the library into a powerful platform. This isn’t the Easy Bake Oven version of the Internet of Things,” says littleBits CEO Ayah Bdeir. “Now, you can make your own Nest or Jawbone without having to write a line of code.” This is a bit hyperbolic: What you’ll produce with littleBits isn’t exactly a mass-manufactured consumer product. But the littleBits ecosystem now has 59 different components, ranging from basic items like motors, a microphone, and a keyboard to a growing body of sensors that detect everything from light to bends to motion to pressure. (There’s also an Arduino component , for more serious hacking.) None of these possess the same sensitivity that you’d find in, say, a Jawbone Up, but they do allow some pretty novel capabilities—enough so that $3,000 littleBits pro-kits are now common at places such as IDEO, where designers use them to mock-up hardware ideas.

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This Temporary Tattoo Can Unlock Your Phone | TechCrunch

VivaLnk’s breakthrough eSkin™ technology has made it possible for us to create thin, flexible electronics that are adhesive, inexpensive, and disposable, and can communicate with smartphones and tablets. We envision a future where our technology has been adapted to countless applications, including thousands of yet-to-be-imagined uses in the hands of people around the world.

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The 10 Most Disturbing Things About 'Kim Kardashian: Hollywood'

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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Ten CSS One-Liners to Replace Native Apps

Pull quotes, however, are an interesting use case that deserve some discussion. A pull quote has two functions. First, it presents to the reader an interesting line of text to gain attention. Second, the presentation of the article becomes visually more varied when the body text is broken up by the larger type. Typically, you want one pull quote on every page. On paper, where you know how many pages an article will take up, it is easy to supply the right number of pull quotes. On the web, however, content will be reformatted for all sorts of screens; some readers will see many small pages, other will see fewer larger pages. To ensure that each page has a pull quote, authors must provide a generous supply of pull quotes. Rather than showing the extraneous quotes at the end of the article (which would be a web browser’s instinct), they should be discarded; the content will anyway appear in the main article. This can be achieved with a one-liner:

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OpenCurriculum Looks To Foster Open-Source Education By Releasing Free Online Library | TechCrunch

OpenCurriculum is a web-based platform project to help create the world's first free and open source K-12 global curriculum using crowdsourcing. It aims to harness existing Open Educational Resources (OERs), best education and learning practices and the power of the combined knowledge & commitment of individuals like YOU to create a readily-adoptable high-quality curriculum.

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Seven arrests made in $1.6 million StubHub cyberfraud case

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Police have arrested seven people on charges they were tied to an international ring that defrauded eBay Inc's StubHub online ticketing service of some $1.6 million, the latest in a string of high-profile cybercrime busts in recent months.

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Amazon Expands Prime Music Catalog By “Hundreds Of Thousands” Of Songs | TechCrunch

Amazon.com is an American international e-commerce company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington, United States. Founded in 1994, it is the world's largest online retailer. Jeff Bezos incorporated the company (as Cadabra) in July 1994 and the site went online as Amazon.com in 1995. The company was renamed after the Amazon River, one of the largest rivers in the world, which in turn was named …

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OS X Yosemite preview: the Mac gets a major makeover

You'll notice it as soon as you restart your machine: OS X Yosemite takes many, many cues from iOS. There's the dock, for starters, which features redesigned, flatter-looking icons for all of Apple's built-in apps. The menu bar now sits flat with the rest of the desktop -- not that it ever really got in the way. Throughout, too, Apple has moved to a new, less condensed font, and it's also adopted some of the same icons used in iOS (check out the "share" button in Finder, for example). Even the "stoplights" for closing, minimizing and maximizing windows are flat -- no 3D shading here. Oh, speaking of the stoplights, the green button now allows you to bring windows to full-screen. You should get used to it pretty quickly.

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TC Cribs: A Trip To BarkBox HQ, Where Dogs Rule | TechCrunch

Bark & Co is the handiwork of Matt Meeker, Henrik Werdelin and Carly Strife. Brought together by their love of all things canine, these three launched Bark & Co’s first product, BarkBox, with little thought as to how popular it was going to be. BarkBox is a subscription e-commerce and content company for dog-lovers. As BarkBox grew, so did their understanding of the loyal dog parents that loved …

24
See Colton Haynes in Full Costume as Arsenal in Arrow Season 3 - IGN

As Arrow fans may recall, last season Roy was given the Mirakuru serum from Slade (AKA Deathstroke), which made him rather rage-infused. This season, now free of the serum, he'll be joining Team Arrow as Arsenal (one of the names he's gone by in the comics).

25
Cat Pics Highlight Internet Privacy Problem

Munday’s project –  I Know Where Your Cat Lives  – shows one million randomly selected images that include the word “cat” across a range of public photo sites, including Flickr and Instagram. The site plots the location coordinates from each photo (which are automatically added when an image is taken) against a map to show where each cat lives.

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FAA temporarily halts all US flights to Israel

The US Federal Aviation Administration issued a rare  24-hour ban on all flights from America to Israel's only public international airport on Tuesday afternoon, following reports that a rocket fired by Palestinian militants landed near the airport. Only three US airliners have service to Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv — Delta, United, and US Airways — meaning that all American flights to the country are effectively grounded for at least a day during the height of tourism season, as  The New York Times points out.

27 90% of Twitter's Tech Employees are Male

When it comes to racial diversity, 88% of all Twitter employees and 92% of tech employees are either white or Asian (mostly white). And unlike gender diversity, Twitter’s non-tech roles similarly lack racial diversity: 83% are white or Asian (mostly white). In leadership, non-Asian minorities hold only 4% of leadership roles. Here are the full details:

28
The Top 7 Social Media Marketing Trends Dominating 2014

Jayson. When you and I first spoke in April of 2012, I we both came to the same conclusion about the importance of social media signals. Unfortunately, big law sites like Findlaw that for the life of me, I cannot figure out why they would be selling SEO, have been dominating the SERPS with spun content, and using the mains site links to fuel the Firmsites, to the exclusion of lawyers like me, who actually engage heavily in social media 7 days a week on Gplus. It does look like finally got hit in May with Panda 4.0, but all it takes is a few links on one of their PR 7 child pages to one of the million dollar clients that do zero social media in order to dominate Google. Do you think this trend will reverse? I mean, would any of these FL site rank at all without strategically placed links on the FL site? What do you see insofar as the future for legal sites in this regard? I would love it and the invitation is still open for you to do a video HOA at the Circle of Legal Trust. I have many lawyer members who could use your insights. Semper Fi and keep up this steady flow of phenomenal articles.

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Google Maps Challenges Foursquare with New Explore Feature

The new feature expands the Google Maps as more than just your go-to app for directions. Explore will adjust its results based on context, such as the weather and the time of day. Google recommends that you have location reporting and history turned on for the best results.

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Apple reportedly planning mid-September launch for 4.7-inch iPhone 6, 5.5-inch model still up in the air

October could also play host to another device’s launch, if these new reports pan out. According to the same sources, the 5.5-inch iPhone 6/Air is still behind the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 in terms of development, and the launch for the biggest iPhone ever could have to wait another month. There have been earlier reports that suggested Apple could delay the 5.5-inch iPhone until 2015, and it seems like that could still be a possibility.

31 How recursion got into programming: a comedy of errors

By now it is difficult to imagine that once there was a time when the utility, and even the possibility, of recursion in programming was in doubt. Yet that was true of the programming community around 1960. Even the committee that was to create Algol 60 was divided on the issue. How recursion got into the language is a story of intrigue and misunderstandings. I came across this story for the first time when reading Gauthier van den Hove’s excellent MSc thesis [ 11 ]. It is also the subject of Chapter 3 in [ 12 ].

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LittleBits Goes Brick And Mortar As It Joins The Internet Of Things | TechCrunch

The electronics kit manufacturer littleBits is taking its next steps to make everyone into an engineer and designer — now with the Internet of Things. The company has begun selling its cloudBit and Cloud Starter Bundle for making any littleBits device web-enabled and is announcing a partnership with RadioShack, which becomes the company’s first brick-and-mortar retailer.

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#Love: My First Experience With Internet Porn | TechCrunch

Pornographic media has existed since the dawn of time, but it has never been as widely available and accessible as it is today. That’s largely due to the internet, which provides a launch pad for our curiosity no matter the topic. But with sex, a topic relatively more private and intimate, the internet can serve as an important resource for sexual exploration, understanding, and yes, enjoyment.

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Apple’s OS X Yosemite Beta Preview | TechCrunch

If you’re going to participate in the beta  beginning Thursday, it’s important to keep in mind that this is pre-release software, so some features are going to be buggy (using the coveted Dark theme in my build made Wi-Fi network names invisible unless moused over, for instance), so it’s probably best to only use it if you have a backup Mac. You should also back up the contents of your Mac before installing it, and remember that some features don’t work without iOS 8 on a companion device. Apple says it will be updating the Yosemite Beta periodically throughout the test, probably a little less often than the bleeding edge developer preview gets updated, and when the final build is launched, your Mac should update automatically. And remember that the whole point is to gather feedback, so use the included Feedback Assistant (a simplified version of the bug reporter tools from the dev preview) to sound off on any issues you encounter.

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This Record-Breaking Electric Plane Stomps a Gas-Powered Cessna | Autopia | WIRED

Trumping other EVs is easy. It’s more impressive to see the Long-ESA’s numbers next to those posted by the Cessna and Cirrus aircraft that dominate private aviation. Yates’ aircraft posts a top speed unmatched by the Cessna 172 or 128, thanks to the plane’s light frame and its extra horsepower. The Cirrus SR22-G2 is more powerful and faster, but it can’t climb as fast as the Long-ESA. In five and a half minutes, Yates’ plane can go a lot higher:

36
The State Department’s Twitter Jihad

The skirmish began like so many others: with a tweet. On June 26, a Twitter user with the handle @AboudouAbdallah, who identifies himself as living in Morocco and supporting the terrorist group Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), tweeted the following remark: “I just want to remind you … never forget what happens to your ’soldiers’ in #Fallujah #Iraq #CalamityWillBefallUS.” Attached to the tweet was a photo of the burned body of a Blackwater contractor hanging from a bridge. Abdallah has 535 followers, and the message accrued only two retweets and three favorites, but someone from the Center for Strategic Counterterrorism Communications (CSCC), a division of the State Department, picked up on it.

37
Pinterest Just Hired The Man Behind Axe's Infamously Sexist Ads

David Rubin, who spent the last 15 years building the Axe fragrance line into a multimillion dollar empire within Unilever, is set to become the head of brand at Pinterest, the company said on Tuesday.

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Apple Faces Class-Action Lawsuit In California Over Alleged Labor Violations Affecting 20K Employees | TechCrunch

“The lawsuit was filed by Brandon Felczer and several other retail and corporate Apple employees (the “Plaintiffs”) beginning in December 2011. The Plaintiffs sought to represent themselves and all other similarly situated Apple employees in California who were not provided timely meal breaks, timely rest breaks, and timely final paychecks according to California’s Labor Code and Wage Orders. Just yesterday, after years of litigation, against Apple’s opposition, and after voluminous briefing and lengthy oral argument, the California Superior Court granted Plaintiffs’ motion and certified the case as a class action, appointing Plaintiffs and Plaintiffs’ counsel (Hogue & Belong) as the class representatives and class counsel on behalf of approximately 20,000 Apple employees. In other words, as of yesterday’s ruling, Apple now faces claims of meal period, rest period and final pay violations affecting approximately 20,000 current and former Apple employees.”

39
YouTube star sued in copyright case

Michelle Phan found success posting make-up tutorial videos, attracting more than six million subscribers to her channel since she started it in 2007. She is a member of a group of YouTube stars whose popularity rivals that of many mainstream pop stars.

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Fleksy Debuts Version 3.0 On Android, With A Complete Redesign And New Premium Features | TechCrunch

Virtual keyboard startup Fleksy has launched version 3.0 of its software today, which includes new monetization options via premium themes and content packs. The new themes complement the new design of the app, with alternate color options and a bonus theme available to Fleksy premium users free of charge, and there’s also support for over 700 new emoji for those of you who like to emote.

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Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen To Talk Philanthropy, Open-Source Education At Disrupt SF 2014 | TechCrunch

Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen is the founder and president of the Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen Foundation, a private operating foundation that functions as a philanthropic innovation lab. The foundation’s mission is to inspire, educate and empower people to give in a way that matters more. Arrillaga-Andreessen is trying to radically change the way we give, and we’re thrilled to announce that she’ll be joining us on-stage at Disrupt SF 2014 .

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China Drove Big iPhone And iPad Sales For Apple During Q3 2014 | TechCrunch

Revenues in the Apple market segments also reveal the rising importance of China to the company’s bottom line – while revenue was up single digits or nearly flat in the Americas, Europe, Japan and the rest of Asia-Pacific, in China it rose 28 percent year over year, blowing away growth in all other markets. The growth in the iPhone and iPad segments in the region, which now include China Mobile as a carrier partner, meant that the company avoided the typical lull that tends to arrive before a new iPhone launch in the fall.

43
July Wiki Editing Contest - Diablo III Wiki Guide - IGN

Are you a master of Tamriel's PVP? Does Diablo shiver in fear when he sees you coming? Do the wildlands of WildStar hold no terror for you? Do you enjoy writing? Then we've got good news for you! We're running a month-long Wiki editing contest. We're looking for interesting, insightful, and clear game-help articles on three wikis:

44
Kinomatic for iPhone Offers Pro-level Video Features Without the Complexity

Like many apps that at first appear to revisit the functionality of others in the same genre — which is especially true in the photo/video category — the new  Kinomatic  video app for iPhone was created to solve a problem that the developers encountered when trying to shoot their own stuff for friends and family.

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How to secure your iPhone or iPad from unauthorized pairing using Apple Configurator

Keep in mind that by following these instructions, you will be inhibiting the ability to pair your iPhone or iPad with another device and its services. If you regularly sync your iOS device with iTunes on a Mac or PC, this solution might not be ideal for you. But if you are determined to maintain your privacy and value the comfort of knowing your personal information is safe, read ahead to learn how to secure your device.

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CloudBit adds all your dumb gadgets to the Internet of Things

Setting up the cloudBit took me about three minutes. Like the rest of the littleBits solutions, all I had to do was find the bits I needed and I was creating my own connected device. With IFTTT integration, you have access to a powerful online solution that can be tied to anything in your home. For example, If you need to know how much cat food you have left, you could set up a sensor that connects to the cloudBit and gives you a notification when a bag of food gets below a certain weight.

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Interview: Trion Worlds CEO On The Move To Free - 'There Are So Many Lousy F2P Games Out There'

Trion Worlds now numbers around 230 employes, divided between Redwood Shores (corporate headquarters, the majority of development, marketing and publishing) and an Austin satellite, where some development also takes place, along with customer service and technical operations. It is in an interesting place for a developer/publisher – not so large as Bungie or Crytek, but rather larger than the producers of most of the mass of free-to-play, low-cost games being dropped into online market places. Its funding is also notable – media brands including Time Warner Time Warner , Comcast Comcast (through its acquisition of NBC Universal) and Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments hold equity.

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10 Ways Retail Companies Can Stay Relevant

Although we all remember the mom-and-pop shops we used before Amazon, retail is becoming an increasingly Web-based industry dominated by a mix of big companies and savvy, online-only startups. But merging old-school brick and mortar with emerging mobile and Web technologies has the potential to take the retail industry to a whole new level.

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The Big Picture: Exobiotanica, a bonsai tree in space

This is " Exobiotanica Botanical Space Flight ," the latest project from Japanese artist Makoto Azuma . In tandem with JP Aerospace , self-described as " America's Other Space Program ," Azuma set out to create beautiful imagery by sending a bonsai tree and a variety of other plants to space, using giant helium balloons and custom frames as the method of transportation. The results of Azuma's Exobiotanica project, which had its starting point in Block Rock Desert, Nevada, were spectacular to say the least, showing us what it's like for organic life to go where most humans haven't. Simply beautiful . Exobiotanica -Botanical Space Flight- See all photos 10 Photos

50
Blue Ant PUMP HD Sportsbuds Review: Water-resistant and Rugged

Blue Ant has today announced that its HD Sportsbuds headphones are available in the UK, having first gone on sale in the US earlier in the year. With the promise of  ‘wireless’ in-ear buds we wouldn’t have to take out from the start of a training session until stepping out of the shower, we decided a quick review was in order.

51 Fantastically Wrong: The Strange Real-Life Origins of the Fiendish Werewolf | Science | WIRED
52 Reddit Live Is Official, Lets Anyone Create their Own Live Blog
53 Hands On With The Production Version Of The Myo Gesture Control Armband | TechCrunch
54 Internet Entrepreneur? That Will Cost You $150,000
55 What I Wish I Knew Before Pitching LinkedIn to VCs
56 Facebook Sets Revenue Per User Records Around The World In Q2 | TechCrunch
57 The WIRED Summer Binge-Watching Guide: The Wire | Underwire | WIRED
58 iOS 8 Beta 5 Release Date set as August 4, iOS 8 Beta 6 on August 15
59 The Internet Needs a Better Way to Handle Money. This Startup Has the Key | Enterprise | WIRED
60 Why Relying on Digital Maps May Lead Us Mentally Astray
61 Intel's Latest SSD 2500 Pro Solid State Drive Will Self-Encrypt Your Naughty Bits
62 Effective Messaging: Say the Right Thing at the Right Time
63 When Wearable Tech Saves Your Life, You Won’t Take It Off
64 Apple increased spending in R&D by 36%, could signify strong upcoming product lineup
65 The World's Most Energy-Efficient Countries
66 Tablet benchmarks revisited - CNET
67 Microsoft confirms that the Surface Mini is dead
68 Attention, TV Networks: Facebook Is Coming For You Next
69 Truefilm Photo App for iPhone Throws a Variety of Specialty Edits into the Mix
70 Under Orders From Congress, FAA Makes Way For Commercial Drones
71 OS X Yosemite Public Beta drops July 24, Sign Up Now
72 Son Discovers Father's 'Ghost' in Xbox Racing Game - IGN
73 Choosing The Right Storage For Your Application
74 OS X Yosemite previewed ahead of public beta release
75 Amazon Fire Phone review: It's not for me, but Amazon Prime or Kindle Fire users will like it
76 Woman in a stolen dress posts selfie on Facebook, arrested soon after
77 Foursquare Squares Off with Yelp After Major Overhaul
78 Welcoming Our First Group of Contributors! - The Information
79 Mike McDerment's FreshBooks Raises $30 Million In First Funding Round
80 How Thieves Can Hack and Disable Your Home Alarm System | Threat Level | WIRED
81 Rock'n'Roll Oncologist Reveals The Physics Behind Great Guitarists
82 Hello Sense Preview - CNET
83 Why iPad art is more than a passing fad -- though you soon might smell it | Cult of Mac
84 Apple image sensor supplier Sony invests $345 million to improve the selfie
85 Ten years on, Facebook's second quarter earnings show users are more engaged than ever
86 Car-free and carefree in MSP: Why Ali Lozoff kicked car ownership to the curb
87 http://mobile.nytimes.com/blogs/bits/2014/07/23/open-source-and-the-challenge-of-making-money/?_php=true&_type=blogs&ref=technology&_r=0&
88 Weird Al’s ‘Mandatory Fun’ debuts at No. 1 on Billboard after viral video craze
89 Apple provides information about iOS Diagnostic Capabilities to address 'backdoor' concerns
90 The FCC reminds ISPs they can't mess with broadband without telling the consumer
91 Docker Makes Its Move, Acquires Orchard In A Sign Of Things To Come
92 Commonwealth Games Gets Awkward With the Queen and a Baton
93 Review Roundup: Amazon Fire Phone
94 13 Nintendo Amiibo Figurines We Want - IGN