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Introducing TV’s Best Female Monster Yet

Neither is Helena reducible to the story of her abuse — she's a Laura Palmer who refuses to die. Yes, she’s been raped, cut, stabbed, and shot. Her lips have been stitched shut. She has lived in a cage. Her eggs have been harvested. She cut a tail off a man and killed her mother and sisters. And yet the show — while recognizing her monstrosity and fully realizing her potential to inflict terror — doesn’t place her beyond hope. Her superpower isn’t her femininity but her ability to occupy both sides of the horror script: monster and victim.

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Hobby Lobby decision shows we need to get rid of the employer-based health insurance system

It’s true that transitioning away from the employer-based system wouldn’t be easy; the reason the Obama administration didn’t propose doing so when it devised the Affordable Care Act was that it was terrified of anything that would cause lots of disruption and make people fearful that they’d lose what they had. But now we have a structure in place through which it could be accomplished. The ACA exchanges allow people who don’t get employer coverage to compare plans and buy insurance. With some changes in tax laws and the ACA itself, you could encourage people to leave their employer plans and find something as good or better on their state’s exchange (and the first step would be to make coverage bought by individuals tax-deductible in the same way coverage bought by employers is).

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Redesigning The World Cup 2014 Brazil

We decided not only to mock the present-day interface design, but to make a contribution to improve watching live football. We decided to call the talented Jordon Cheung for help, who is an illustrator specialised in flat design illustrations. We knew he was the right guy for the job when we saw a tweet from him criticizing the kerning of a big sports channel’s headline. We then decided to give his agent George a call, and soon after the four of us gathered around the table to talk about creating a flat design interface for football television. We hope you’ll enjoy our concept.

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That Disastrous Car Homer Simpson Designed Was Actually Ahead of Its Time | Autopia | WIRED

In The Simpsons episode “Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?,” Homer is asked to design a car for the company run by his long-lost brother, and fails so spectacularly he drives him out of business. It’s a brilliant episode because, on top of being hilarious, kind of predicted the automotive future: Some of the features that made Homer’s car so terrible are actually commonplace in 21st century vehicles.

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Bye-Bye, Words: An Emoji-Only Social App Is Coming

Matt Gray and Tom Scott think it’s time to get rid of words altogether, with a new social network they’re preparing to launch called Emoj.li. The social network’s users will communicate entirely in those tiny, cartoonish icons people sometimes use to express an idea, or add some frivolity to a conversation.

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The Most Ambitious Artificial Intelligence Project In The World Has Been Operating In Near Secrecy For 30 Years

Consider the sentence, "John Smith robbed First National Bank and was sentenced to 30 years in prison." It leaves out the details surrounding his being caught, arrested, put on trial, and found guilty. A human would never actually go through all that detail because it's alternately boring, confusing, or insulting. You can safely assume other people know what you're talking about. It's like pronoun use — he, she, it — one assumes people can figure out the referent. This stuff is very hard for computers to understand and get right, but Cyc does both.

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Mobile Microscopes: Snapping The Future Of Health Care

That research flourished into a startup, CellScope , which has redesigned the otoscope- the tool doctors have long used to peek into your ear canals. This updated version, nicknamed Oto, attaches onto an iPhone, generating an image of the ear.  It’s not just for doctors: parents, school nurses, and caretakers can use it for a quick read of a child’s ear.  And it’s not limited to tech-friendly households in the Bay Area.  Given that most children suffer from an ear infection before they reach seven years of age, it’s targeted for a global audience.  One caveat, though.  It’s been designed with the iPhone, which is unlikely to be in the hands of health workers globally.

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The 3 Most Incredible PCs Of June 2014

I’m a technology journalist and currently write for websites such as bit-tech.net and magazines such as Custom PC and Computer Active. I’ve been building and modifying PCs for 20 years and writing about them for over six years. I’ve reviewed countless pieces of hardware and peripherals and also have a passion for all things tech - from Microsoft Windows to Apple iOS, PC gaming to iPhone jailbreaking. I’ll be offering guides, tips and insights into current and future trends, PC tweaking, the weird and wonderful world of PC modding and plenty of gadget-orientated articles.

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Science Graphic of the Week: A Dizzying 3-D Animation of Hurricane Arthur’s Thunderheads | Science | WIRED

This graphic was made with data from two sensors aboard NASA’s Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission (TRRM) satellite, which provides the bulk of our data about incoming hurricanes. One of the sensors is the Precipitation Radar, which detects atmospheric vapor and uses that data build 3-D maps of clouds up to 12 miles tall. It is so sensitive to moisture, it can detect when rain is drizzling as lightly as .027 inches an hour, within a swath over 150 miles wide. Even more impressive, it does this from 250 miles above the earth’s surface, using less energy than four 60 Watt lightbulbs.

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Poland's overlooked Enigma codebreakers

It was the sharing of this understanding that the Britons would take back home. In turn this allowed Bletchley's own mathematical genius Alan Turing, who would meet with the Poles himself later, to develop his own "bombe" capable of breaking the more complex wartime Enigma codes. One new technique that made the bombe more powerful was the use of "cribs" - assumed or known parts of the message - as a starting point.

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Five steps to take to keep your smartphone private and secure

But, knowing how easy it is for anyone to gain access to your email messages, one small step any user should take -- and any business professional sending sensitive information should be insisting on -- is to encrypt these messages. There are solutions that make this much easier than it used to be, with no need to exchange keys or install compatible software.  Some (for example, Enlocked) can even use your standard email for transport, delivery and archive so you don't need to check another app for messages or use a special secure address.  Yet the messages are only readable with your private key.

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Drone captures beautiful film flying through fireworks

This video—shot from a drone over West Palm Beach, Florida—takes you into the heart of a fireworks display. It almost feels like you are flying between explosions surrounded by colors hundreds of feet above the ground. I thought fireworks couldn't get any better and I was wrong. This is awesome!

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Facebook used you like a lab rat and you probably don't care

In a way, the algorithm makes sense. According to Facebook , there are on average 1,500 potential stories every time you visit your News Feed and it's easy for important and relevant posts to get lost in the mix if you have to sift through it all. And from Facebook's perspective, surfacing more pertinent stories will also get you to stick around and engage more, and maybe help the company get more ad impressions in the process. The flip side, of course, is that Facebook is actually deciding what to show to you. Most of us probably don't really care about this because we're usually unaware of it, and as it's actually beneficial at times. But sorting out posts just because they're positive or negative is taking it too far. It turns us from customers into lab rats. Yet, we're all so used to this sort of manipulation that many of us probably never noticed.

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4 Easy Tricks to Personalize Your Marketing Strategy

As a seasoned marketer, you’re well-aware of the need to ‘reach the right audiences at the right time with the right message.’ You’ve heard this expression over and over — so we won’t belabor the point.

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Dragon Age: Inquisition to Feature BioWare's First 'Fully Gay' Male - IGN

"Dorian is gay—he is, in fact, the first fully gay character I've had the opportunity to write," Gaider explained. "It added an interesting dimension to his back story, considering he comes from a place where "perfection" is the face that every mage puts on and anything that smacks of deviancy is shameful and meant to be hidden. Dorian's refusal to play along with that façade is seen as stubborn and pointless by his family, which has contributed to his status as a pariah.

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Nowhere Under the Sea Is Safe from Britain's Newest Nuclear Submarine

Even more impressive than its longevity is the Artful's warfighting capabilities. For example, the Astute class is the first in Her Majesty's Navy to forgo conventional periscopes in lieu of HD video feeds delivered via fiber optic cabling. The Astutes also sport the "biggest ears in the Royal Navy" with their Sonar 2076 system, widely regarded within the defense industry as the single most advanced and capable sonar suite in operation today. It can be installed on both the new Astute class and the existing Trafalgar class subs, giving the entire fleet a single, interoperable sonar system. What's more, the system is estimated to operate some 13,000 hydrophones along her bow, flanks, and towed array—that's magnitudes more than previous Royal Navy subs and more than any other modern sonar system.

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Google's Helping Young Girls, But How Can We Get Women in College To Code?

Getting more young Americans to take computer language classes (the more proper name to the discipline from which actual computer coding is accomplished) is fine. Yet let this not become the new required ‘Ancient Greek & Latin’ of several generations ago either. The issue as in any other field of education and learning is one of: personal interest, competent teaching, inclination and innate ability. Some students will be naturally inclined to computer science, music, mathematics, physics, business, accounting, etc. ‘Yes’ some students can and should be introduced into the CS field, this is a good ‘first step’, at least it provides an appreciation for the field. Yet true competency and excel lance in the field relies on more personal traits to which only the individual can make, otherwise one will graduate as ‘just another competent but not great or talented’ programmer. I was instructed in several computer languages and while I did well in the coding, I was very lock-step and unimaginative in my coding, I was competent, but not a ‘natural’, this means all the difference in a career field in which one will spend many decades of one’s life- you had better enjoy the profession that you will work, otherwise you’ll hate the job every day.

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20 Daily Updates - Star Wars: Episode 7 Wiki Guide - IGN

IGN's Episode 7 Daily Updates site collects breaking Star Wars Episode VII news, leaked pictures, rumors, commentary, and previews. If something is happening today in Star Wars, Episode 7, it belongs here.

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Fresh GTA 5 Update Celebrates Independence Day - IGN

A number of other tweaks and balances will come with the patch, including On Call Matchmaking to allow you to accept a Job invite and keep playing until its full, while the content from this update is set to stick around until mid-July.

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Fireside chat with Google co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin

Fireside chat with Google co-founders, Larry Page and Sergey Brin   —  At the annual KV CEO Summit, we were fortunate to have both Larry Page and Sergey Brin sit down to discuss a wide range of topics including the acquisition that never was (although not for lack of trying!) …

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Rare, Remarkable Maps Trace America’s Path to Independence | Science Blogs | WIRED

But don’t forget that our independence from those imperialistic, tax-happy Brits was hard won, and the Declaration of Independence, signed 238 years ago today, was just the beginning. Actually, it was more like a dramatic middle act in a decades long struggle to break free of colonial rule and set a fledgling nation on the path to prosperity. The maps in this gallery tell that story.

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The Pentagon has tapped Hollywood designers of special effects to develop high-tech prototypes for outfitting elite troops

SAN FERNANDO, Calif.—The Oscar-nominated designers at Legacy Effects have outfitted such memorable movie warriors as The Terminator, RoboCop, Captain America and Iron Man. The special-effects company is now at work on what seems a mission impossible: Building an Iron Man-style suit to protect and propel elite U.S. troops by encasing them in body armor equipped with an agile exoskeleton to enable troops to carry hundreds of pounds of...

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Want To Communicate Anonymously Without Being Monitored Or Tracked? 'Blackphone' Now On Sale

Snowden, the NSA, getting “Scroogled”; do these various buzzwords making the rounds these days get your hackles up?  Frankly, I don’t blame you.  Personally, I don’t have enough “interesting” information to share.  And though I lead a rather “regular” existence, I do realize there are plenty of folks that have a few discussions they’re rather keep confidential and a few contacts they’re rather not out on the public Rolodex.  Hey, you never know who’s listening or what axe they might have to grind at your expense, right?  Fear not, the Blackphone aims to keep you on the grid but stealthy, undetectable, encrypted and anonymous.

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Bill Gates: 'We need energy miracles' yet US invests paltry 2% of R&D budget in energy

Energy R&D is in much the same situation as health care, clean water, banking or infrastructure in undeveloped nations, organic and fare-trade food production, rain forest destruction, or other causes that are not served by free market forces.  Gates, Clinton, and Branson have shown have shown a lot of leader ship in those other causes, and naturally we need similar NGOs to step up to clean energy, but with most of the R&D done in developed nations like the US, these gigantic foundations don't have anything close to the leverage that they enjoy in the third world.  And Free Enterprise will never invest today's money in returns decades away.  Which is a round-about way of saying, yes, the only alternative is for governments to get involved in a big way:  enabling science councils that can coordinate and organize world-wide R&D, and selectively funding the most promising directions.

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Mobile Ad Spending To Blow Past Newspapers, Magazines, Radio This Year

Mobile ad revenues will jump 83%, to $17.7 billion. That represents almost 10% of all ad spending, as people quickly spend more and more time peering at the smartphones and kicking back with their tablets–a total of two hours and 51 minutes a day, up 32 minutes from just a year ago. Mobile ad spend will trail only that of television commercials, of course, and desktop and laptop ads.

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50 Cent's new sports headphones aren't subtle, and that's OK

Running with headphones is a divisive subject. Some swear by it; others deplore it. Whatever camp you're in, earbuds are usually the weapon of choice. Not me. I much prefer the extra isolation that on-ears provide. I don't run on the roads, so traffic and other such obstacles aren't much of a concern. The problem is, until now, there haven't been many sweat/sport-friendly pairs of on-ears. Let alone wireless ones. These are two instant plus points for the new Sync model straight away. Not to mention that running isn't the only activity that might cause a sweat, where the participants want to listen to their tunes; there's a whole host of music-loving active types to cater to.

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How Facebook Is Trying To Fix Its Diversity Problem (And The Whole Tech Industry's)

The idea that the tech industry’s lack of diversity is essentially a failure of the talent pool isn’t entirely free of controversy, with some critics accusing the industry of simply passing the buck onto the education system or punting it into a hazy future. But it’s nevertheless a common refrain among CEOs, who frequently point to statistics about the prevalence of women and other underrepresented groups in engineering classes or majors. Google has advocated a similar approach to Facebook’s, offering to pay for thousands of women to take online coding courses to promote gender parity in the workforce.

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What Do a Tesla, Xeon and Mac Pro Have In Common? Tech Products Still Made in the U.S.A.

As Americans prepare to celebrate the 238 th anniversary of our founding document, there’s hope for a renaissance in technology manufacturing in the land of opportunity. It seems overly optimistic looking at the economic data since it shows the last decade hasn’t been kind to domestic computer and electronics manufacturing, with employment off over 20% from its pre-recession peak and shipments down a staggering 62%. Employment is still trending down, but production has bottomed the last few years; however after a generation of domestic offshoring and the rise of a myriad of foreign technology powerhouses, it would be easy to assume the business of building electronics had left the U.S. for good.

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The $30M App That Rewards You For Just Browsing

First-mover advantage is nice, but it’s been a struggle for Roeding. He’s fending off new rivals–especially since Apple Apple last year introduced iBeacon, a Bluetooth signal that allows messages, like flash sales and discounts, to be sent to nearby phones. Shopkick had been working on a version of Bluetooth but decided to bundle iBeacon into its own tech, creating ShopBeacon. The result: a device that only sends signals to shoppers actually in the store (instead of a parking lot or somewhere else in the mall) and tells them to open the app to receive targeted messages if they’ve okayed push notifications. Within three months Roeding had a trial of ShopBeacon in Macy’s ahead of Black Friday. The retailer loved it because once you’re in the store you’re likely to buy something. “The conversion rates are very high,” says Roeding, anywhere from 20% to 95%. “That’s the opposite of online shopping, where conversion rates are terrible”–maybe 3%.

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The Big Picture: An astronaut's view of Hurricane Arthur

In view is the solar panel from the ISS as it travels above North America. From this perspective Hurricane Arthur can be seen as it moves up the east coast. Arthur, a category 2 storm, is the first of the season. The ISS captured this image yesterday, prior to Arthur's landfall in North Carolina this morning -- leaving many locals no choice but to put holiday celebrations on hold and evacuate the area. Arthur is expected to strengthen, while astronauts on the Space Station continue to observe from above. 0 Comments

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Samsung Gear Live Review

For what seems like forever, companies have been telling us that wearables are here to stay and trying to sell them to the public in all types of crazy forms but nothing has really stuck. We’ve seen everything from fitness bands to smartwatches but nobody has managed to convince us that we  need  to wear something on our wrists all the time.

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'Bong With Friends'? Stoner dating site offers budding romance - CNET

No, dating app Bang With Friends hasn't been rebranded again. My420mate.com is its own animal, allegedly the ideal place to meet someone with the same, um, lifestyle as you.

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Biological Machines In The Making: 3D Printed Bio-Bots Combine Biology With Electricity

Engineers from the bioengineering department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign  have combined muscle cells with electrical pulses to move and control a tiny 3D printed robot. Engineers hope these bio-bots can used to pave the way to a new generation of biological machines for use in energy, environment or medical environments.

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Seven Stories You Shouldn't Miss (Week Ending July 5, 2014) | MIT Technology Review

Another chance to catch the most interesting, and important, articles from the previous week on MIT Technology Review .

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Best- And Worst-Performing Cloud Computing Stocks June 27th To July 3rd And Year-To-Date

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Will Google Fiber Make Kansas City, Provo And Portland The New Tech Meccas?

These examples clearly illustrate the power of tax incentives to change corporate behavior and the amazing mobility of the contemporary business culture.  But taxes are really just one factor in a business’ decision to relocate.  Things like real estate prices, access to talent, proximity to research institutions and transportation infrastructure all factor into the equation when businesses are considering a big move or expansion.  We may soon be adding super-fast Internet speeds to that list.

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How Viral Is That Vine? Analytics Arrive On Twitter's Video App

With autoplay videos on loop, it's easy to unintentionally inflate the loop count just by leaving a tab open (case in point: the Vine above has already amassed hundreds of thousands of loops). However, the ability to measure the reach of video loops signals Vine could become a platform for advertisers to target consumers.

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Epic hacker projects compete for a trip to space - CNET

That's the basic idea behind the Hackaday Prize , which is offering just such a trip for the grand prize winner that comes up with the best new piece of open-source hardware. It's not much more complicated than that, and the only real caveat seems to be that the project be hardware based, apps aren't going to cut it on their own. Entries also have to include documentation -- as Hackaday says "Openness is a Virtue" -- such as lists of parts, schematics, images, and videos.

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How Companies Track People Without Becoming Big Brother

It might be tempting to become Big Brother to your employees to ensure everyone stays on track. This method of management, however, is more likely to lose you talent than motivate your best people. Instead, work on increasing transparency and make it easy for your team to see how their work matters.

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Microsoft Opens Transparency Center And Enhances Encryption For Webmail Services

Cloud computing companies have been rapidly boosting encryption on their systems after former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden disclosed U.S. government snooping practices. Snowden leaked documents about how the U.S. government taps fiber cables of the Internet and snoops on traffic between data centers of large technology companies. Many tech companies have ramped up lobbying efforts against the NSA and launched a coalition group called “Reform Government Surveillance” in February. Microsoft’s general counsel Brad Smith said that the company does not have any direct evidence that customer data was breached by unauthorized government access, but does not want to take any chances. This is why Microsoft is pursuing a comprehensive engineering effort to “strengthen the encryption of customer data across” its networks and services.

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Albuquerque Comic Expo: Geeking good at my local comic con - CNET

Where else but at a con are you likely to sit down and listen to the Incredible Hulk decribe his fitness philosophy for 30 minutes? In case you're wondering, "It's all about clean habits," Ferrigno says. That means eating well and no drinking or drugs, including steroids. Hard work also comes into it. "I've been busting my ass for 50 years to have this body," he told the crowd at a panel on fitness.

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How to set up an Android Wear watch - CNET

There's plenty more to learn about Android Wear, and we'll be doing our best to make sure you have a solid understanding before your watch arrives. Keep checking back for more Android Wear coverage. In the meantime, here's how to check if your Android device can work with Android Wear .

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This Lid For Fruit Saves Half-Eaten Produce From The Trash

The designers were careful to create something they felt could have true value, rather than just adding yet another kitchen product to the marketplace. “In principle and in our personal practices, we avoid gadgets and tools that have a single use or that could be done just as well with existing basic kitchen tools,” they say. The Food Huggers replace disposable products like tin foil and cling wrap, and by helping tackle the problem of food waste, the small silicone discs can help start to offset some of millions of gallons of fuel used to grow and transport wasted produce each year.

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The Unnoticed Gadgets That Power Our Economy Deserve a Real OS | Opinion | WIRED

One group I work with has thousands of employees who rely on their better-designed consumer devices for functions like GPS directions and basic communications, because trying to cram them into their outdated handhelds (and they’ve certainly tried) is a fool’s errand. These handhelds come from a time when we hadn’t made a proper break between mobile and desktop computers, and they suffer from constant battery and connectivity issues that the consumer side ironed out long ago. Which leads us to the heart of the problem—the consumer side has worked hard to solve these problems, but the industrial market hasn’t received any of its benefits. As many of these devices approach the end of their lives, with nothing better on the horizon, what’s an enterprise CIO to do?

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Natural Doctrine Release Date Revealed - IGN

The strategy RPG, which has been described by publisher NIS America as "the first hardcore strategy game to hit the PS4", is set in a post-apocalyptic world and gameplay-wise resembles titles like Final Fantasy Tactics, Advance Wars, and even Valkyria Chronicles.

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Hot Comics to Buy This Week: 6/30/2014 - IGN

Complaints about delays aside, this is a Superman story by two of the biggest names in comics -- Scott Snyder and Jim Lee -- so it’s hard not to get excited about where the story will go next. Between Wraith, Lois’s investigation, and Lex Luthor’s machinations, there’s a lot we’re looking forward to. With Batman and Wonder Woman ready to throw down alongside Superman, Wednesday can’t get here soon enough.

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Android Circuit: Samsung's New Galaxy Smartphones, Android Is The Top OS In The US, And The Home Screen On The Front Line

Taking a look back at the week in news across the Android world, this week’s Android Circuit focuses on Samsung’s new Galaxy handsets; Android tops the US market share; the Android ‘L’ changes; Google Play Services’ update for Android Wear support; Android Wear apps arrive in the Play Store; the battle for the home screen continues with Aviate; and what happens next in the smartphone world.

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In NSA-intercepted data, those not targeted far outnumber the foreigners who are

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55 13 Ways To Automate Your Photography Business
56 WildStar's First Content Update 'The Strain' Gets a Release Date - IGN
57 MonoTizen Update Week #3 - Mono application running on Tizen
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