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Smart Plug Startup Zuli Raises $1.65M And Kicks Off New Pre-Orders | TechCrunch

This new seed round adds to the $175,000 the company raised during its crowdfunding campaign, and should help with the startup achieve a key milestone: Actually shipping to backers. After originally targeting a June 2014 launch date, Zuli is now aiming for November, a delay which is unfortunate for backers but also not unheard of for a Kickstarter hardware campaign. Company co-founders Taylor Umphreys, Sid Bhargava and Ben Chang must’ve done enough to convince its seed investors (including Menlo Ventures, Winklevoss Capital, Logitech, DeNA and more) it will be successful with its initial shipping run, however. The startup is also launching a second batch of pre-orders via its website today, with an early 2015 target ship date.

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Pluralsight Raises $135 Million At A Valuation Approaching $1 Billion | TechCrunch

When Pluralsight started in 2004, the company was primarily focused on the professional programmer looking to improve their skills and stay on top of the latest technology trends, but over time its role expanded as programmers began bringing the curriculum to companies to request that their bosses actually pay for the training. In part that’s thanks to some $70 million in acquisitions the company completed over the course of 2013 and 2014 including the purchases of PeepCode, Tekpub, TrainSignal, and Digital-Tutors.

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How California's New Smartphone Kill Switch Law Will Affect You

Any smartphone that is manufactured on or after July 1, 2015, and sold in California after that date, shall include a technological solution at the time of sale, to be provided by the manufacturer or operating system provider, that, once initiated and successfully communicated to the smartphone, can render the essential features of the smartphone inoperable to an unauthorized user when the smartphone is not in the possession of an authorized user. The smartphone shall, during the initial device setup process, prompt an authorized user to enable the technological solution. The technological solution shall be reversible, so that if an authorized user obtains possession of the smartphone after the essential features of the smartphone have been rendered inoperable, the operation of those essential features can be restored by an authorized user. A technological solution may consist of software, hardware, or a combination of both software and hardware, and when enabled, shall be able to withstand a hard reset or operating system downgrade and shall prevent reactivation of the smartphone on a wireless network except by an authorized user.

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Microsoft Promises Fix For Surface Pro 3 Overheating Issue | TechCrunch

Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 tablet hybrid has an Intel Core i7 processor option; Microsoft says the chip requires “[its] fan to spin more regularly and at higher speeds – and for the unit to run slightly warmer.” Reasonable enough. I’ve noticed that my loaner Core i5-based Surface Pro 3 can get a bit warm when docked, but that’s not too surprising given its hardware mix when you consider the size of the device.

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Pinterest Investor Fritz Lanman Working On Two Different Companies | TechCrunch

Fritz Lanman is an angel investor and is cofounder and Executive Chairman of both Doppler Labs and DWNLD. He founded Livestar (acquired by Pinterest) and was a seed investor in Square, Pinterest, Wish / ContextLogic, Formlabs, Paper / FiftyThree, Teespring, Getaround and several other companies. Previously, he was Senior Director in Corporate Strategy and Acquisitions at Microsoft, where his responsibility …

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Amazon Opens Up Its Enterprise Cloud Storage Service Zocalo To All | TechCrunch

While Zocalo is aimed at the enterprise crowd, many of whom are still paying for legacy, on-premise solutions, it is to some extent a competitor with consumer-first services like Dropbox, which is now trying to stretch itself further into the “Pro” and business markets where it’s up against other cloud storage rivals like Box and Google Drive.

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The Crew races at 30FPS, 1080p on Xbox One, PS4, PC

An Ubisoft representative has let slip the graphical benchmarks the team behind open-world racer The Crew is currently aiming for: 30 frames per second at a resolution of 1080p on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. This revelation comes in response to a forum member's complaints that the PC beta test of the game is locked at 30 frames per second. An Ubisoft community manager stepped in to respond with a succinct rebuttal: "The final game will run in 1080p with 30 frames per second on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC, and will support up to 5760 x 1080p on PC for triple screen set-ups," the response reads. "Right now the team is focusing on providing an optimal experience for all players." Later, the community manager would edit the reply to note that the development team is working to reach 60 frames per second on the PC. "We can officially say that we're aiming for 60FPS on PC at launch," he wrote. "Our Beta build is still more performant at 30FPS, but you can expect to play at 60FPS on PC when the game is launched." Whether or not Ubisoft's developers reach the hallowed realm of 60 frames per second remains to be seen.

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Facebook Turns On “Bandwidth Targeting” To Match Mobile Ads To Your Network Quality | TechCrunch

At the same time, though, Asia and other countries outside of the U.S. and Europe are well under Facebook’s mean average revenue per user figure, and most definitely below what Facebook earns from users in the U.S. Facebook is currently making ARPU of $5.79 per user in its home market, while Asia is just $1.02 and ROW is $0.83. The global average is $2.06. Adding in a feature that could help better connect users to ads based on bandwidth may not only mean serving more ads, but also encouraging advertisers to push more ads to those users.

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Nutanix Lands $140M On $2B+ Valuation, IPO Could Be Next | TechCrunch

Nutanix , a five-year old converged infrastructure provider, announced $140M in Series E funding today, based on a whopping $2B+ valuation. The funding comes from the two biggest Boston public market investors, which chose to remain nameless (but Boston isn’t that big so we’re probably talking Wellington Management and Fidelity).

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How Many People See Your Tweets? Twitter Opens Its Nifty Analytics Dashboard To Everyone | TechCrunch

Back in July, Twitter launched a really nifty analytics dashboard . A bit like Google Analytics for tweets, it allows you to gauge the performance of each and every tweet you sent. How many people saw it? How many of those actually clicked your links?

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REPORT: Apple Will Unveil iPhone 6 On Tuesday, Sept. 9

Here's the photo from China, per Nowhere Else . We've annotated the two new pieces of info below — the launch date and the confirmation that the product will be called "iPhone 6" and not some departure from Apple's branding nomenclature, like "The New iPhone" or "iPhone Air."

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Did Tony die at the end of The Sopranos?: David Chase finally answers the question he wants fans to stop asking

Chase, he wouldn't tell. For him, that kind of obsession is as misguided as asking, "What happened to the Russian in 'Pine Barrens'?" — a reference to a season-three episode in which two men in Tony's crew, Christopher Moltisanti and Paulie Walnuts, drive a Russian mobster they have severely beaten up to the snow-covered New Jersey Pine Barrens to kill and dispose of him. Moltisanti and Walnuts are stunned when the Russian not only musters the energy to escape, but also disappears without a trace in a hail of bullets as they try to recapture him. It's an early "did he die?" series moment. In response to audience agitation to know what became of the mobster, and even the lobbying of Terry Winter, who wrote the episode, to give the incident closure in a subsequent episode, Chase replied, "I don't give a fuck about the Russian." Chase clearly meant that disappearance to be one of life's loose threads.

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Alibaba First-Quarter Profit Triples Ahead of IPO

Aug. 27 (Bloomberg) -- Alibaba’s profit jumped in the first quarter as advertisers boosted spending on the Tmall and Taobao Chinese e-commerce platforms ahead of its initial public offering. Bloomberg Contributing Editor Paul Kedrosky and Bloomberg’s Cory Johnson report on “In The Loop.” (Source: Bloomberg)

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T-Mobile adds Songza, Rdio, others to Music Freedom; Google Play Music 'later this year'

T-Mobile announced Music Freedom as its latest "Uncarrier" endeavor back in June, and immediately gave subscribers the opportunity to vote for future additions. There's just one problem: the streaming service that overwhelmingly earned the most votes still isn't part of Music Freedom. T-Mobile says Google Play Music is the most requested service among its customers, but as of today, streaming music from Google will still affect your overall data usage. The carrier insists it's "on track" to add support for Google Play Music later this year.

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GoPro's $60 'Fetch' harness captures a dog's perspective of the world

The harness is nicely padded and fully adjustable, so it can be strapped to hounds of nearly any size. (The chest mount can even be removed in case there's not much clearance between your dog's belly and the floor.) And everything's washable and water-friendly, so you can even record your dog's swimming excursions — if that's something you want to do. The Fetch mount is scheduled to ship starting tomorrow, and GoPro's offering a 30-day money back guarantee in case your dog ends up hating the whole thing. And let's be real: it looks like the two dog friends pictured above aren't really digging it. Fetch didn't arrive in time for National Dog Day and the corresponding flood of Instagram photos, but there's always next year.

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Google Eyes Giant Offices in Historic Los Angeles Airplane Hangar

A massive former airplane hangar just north of Los Angeles International Airport was home to construction of the world’s largest airplane in the 1940s and then hosted filming for movies including “Independence Day” and “Transformers.”

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Dragon Age: Inquisition 4-player co-op revealed, separate to campaign

FOUR HEROES ARE BETTER THAN ONE! BIOWARE BRINGS COOPERATIVE MULTIPLAYER TO DRAGON AGE: INQUISITION Four Player Co-op Questing Allows Dragon Age Fans To Play Together for the First Time CHECK OUT THE DRAGON AGE: INQUISITION MULITPLAYER TRAILER: http://youtu.be/a1aQgQFijHg August 27, 2014 - EDMONTON, Alberta – BioWare™, a division of Electronic Arts Inc. (NASDAQ: EA), today announced the cooperative dungeon crawling multiplayer mode in Dragon Age™: Inquisition. Created alongside the massive single player campaign, this marks the first time gamers can play with their friends in the Dragon Age franchise. The multiplayer mode in Dragon Age: Inquisition will feature action-packed four player cooperative quests separate from the single player open world story. "For Dragon Age: Inquisition, a special team of veteran developers from the Dragon Age and Mass Effect franchises created fun, fast-paced multiplayer gameplay that requires strategic teamwork on top of Inquisition's party-based combat and extensive loot and crafting system," said Aaryn Flynn, General Manager, BioWare.

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Twitter's CEO defends Snapchat's $10B valuation

Riffing on Twitter last night, CEO Dick Costolo offered up what appears to be an official endorsement for Snapchat and the ephemeral app’s $10 billion valuation .

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U.S. judge rejects Apple bid for injunction against Samsung

Samsung is still appealing the result of a blockbuster 2012 trial over a separate batch of patents, with Samsung seeking to undo $930 million in damages. And while Apple says those damages should stand, the iPhone maker is no longer asking an appeals court to revive its bid for a permanent sales ban against several older Samsung phones.

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Apple May Reveal A Wearable Alongside New iPhones In September | TechCrunch

Including its new wearable in its September event is said to be a late-stage change in plans by the new Re/code report. The most credible claims thus far regarding the iWatch (or whatever it ends up being called) suggest it’ll be a sensor-laden device that can measure things including blood pressure, hydration, heart rate and steps, and that it should feature smartwatch functions like notifications of incoming messages, too.

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Apple offering iPhones on AT&T Next installment plans through online store, but no Verizon or T-Mobile financing (yet)

I do hope that Verizon gets added before the iPhone 6 launch (Sure I could do it from Verizon’s page, but). Unfortunately I think I will need to go this route if I want the iPhone 6 on launch day. My normal upgrade date is 9/21 – two days after the launch. And since carriers are offering this option now I am not expecting Verizon to grant me an early upgrade like in years past.

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Upcoming Gigaom event: Negotiating an exit after your seed round is crowdfunded

You exceeded your crowdfunding goal and are set to move forward with your new product. You have the starter capital to produce your nifty IoT product and the initial built-in clientele. But what happens when the funding runs out and a second round of investment is needed? How do you handle investors who invested equity before the crowdfunding? And as the business piques the interest of buyers, how do you consider an exit?

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Find your voice against gender violence

This talk begins with a personal story of sexual violence that may be difficult to listen to. But that’s the point, says citizen journalist Meera Vijayann: Speaking out on tough, taboo topics is the spark for change. Vijayann uses digital media to speak honestly about her experience of gender violence in her home country of India — and calls on others to speak out too.

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Apple iAD Introduces Ad Units Designed For Brands, Expands To Two More Countries

Apple announced two new ad formats are now supported in the company’s mobile ad platform, iAd. Pre-roll video and full-screen interstitial banner ads with units designed for in-app viewing.

25 SAS Analytics U | SAS

In addition to world-class analytical software, SAS Analytics U also offers a variety of resources and ways to connect with fellow SAS Analytics U-sers (See what we did there?).

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QuickBoard for iOS 8 is three keyboards in one in an effort to make input quicker and easier

With QuickBoard, which you can check out in a video below, you’ll actually have three keyboards at your disposal in the single application. With each distinct ‘board, inserting snippets of text that you use most often, including email addresses, credit card numbers, or addresses (and more) is very easy. With TextBoard, users can record pieces of text that are important, and commonly used, from paragraphs to a single line of text. With MeBoard, you’ll be able to store the contact information you need, from your name to whatever else you might need to fill out common forms. And finally, with LocationBoard, you’ll be able to get your location quickly and paste an exact location, or corresponding address with ease.

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Jack Ma Emerges as China’s Richest Man Before Alibaba IPO

“Whether it’s Pony Ma or Jack Ma who becomes China’s richest man depends on whether you favor Tencent or Alibaba,” Wang said, referring to Tencent’s Ma by his nickname. “Baidu is also another strong competitor. So Robin Li also has the same potential to become China’s richest man.”

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Uber Eyes Aggressive Expansion In Germany Despite Bans

It plans to move into Cologne and Stuttgart later this year, and is also eyeing Nuremberg, Bonn, Essen, Dortmund and Potsdam. From now until the end of the year, it expects to double the number of subscribed users in Germany, after growing fivefold so far in 2014, the company said.

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CRM and Cloud Computing To Grow Your Business - Salesforce.com

Customer relationship management (CRM) is all about managing the relationships you have with your customers. CRM combines business processes, people, and technology to achieve this single goal: getting and keeping customers. It's an overall strategy to help you learn more about their behavior so you can develop stronger, lasting relationships that will benefit both of you. It’s very hard to run a successful business without a strong focus on CRM, as well as adding elements of social media and making the transition to a social enterprise to connect with customers in new ways.

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The 4 biggest reasons why inequality is bad for society

The possibility of making the poor better off does not seem to be the only reason for seeking to reduce the world’s rising level of economic inequality. Many people in the United States seem to believe that our high and rising level of inequality is objectionable in itself, and it is worth inquiring into why this might be so. This inquiry is important for two reasons. The first is because a justification for redistribution needs to include some response to the claims of the rich that they are entitled to keep what they have earned. What Peter Singer argues for powerfully is voluntary redistribution. A justification for reducing inequality through non-voluntary means, such as taxation, needs to explain why redistribution of this kind is not just robbery, like the activities of Willie Sutton and Robin Hood.

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The Rise and Fall and Rise of Virtual Reality

J: Absolutely. This gets to my last book about that stuff. To my mind, there are a few proposals that are on the table that are interesting. The one that I’ve been trying to push the hardest was the origin point for networking when it started — Ted Nelson’s idea of the universe of micropayments. The thing about micropayments is they have to be really universal or else there are only tiny pockets of people who get anything and everyone else gets frustrated and pissed off. It has to be big enough to really send some benefits around to everybody. That’s a hard gap to leap over to get to that point. Facebook has a very tough road to hoe here because they have no background in this stuff. Neither does Oculus. They are kind of starting from scratch, but I certainly wish them the very best success. What they can do is create a system where anybody who wants to can set up a super easy system for micropayments and then add to it. They might see this exploding economy that generates a lot of economic growth, a lot of profit, and a lot of distributed benefits for their users.

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The Rise and Fall and Rise of Virtual Reality

J: Absolutely. This gets to my last book about that stuff. To my mind, there are a few proposals that are on the table that are interesting. The one that I’ve been trying to push the hardest was the origin point for networking when it started — Ted Nelson’s idea of the universe of micropayments. The thing about micropayments is they have to be really universal or else there are only tiny pockets of people who get anything and everyone else gets frustrated and pissed off. It has to be big enough to really send some benefits around to everybody. That’s a hard gap to leap over to get to that point. Facebook has a very tough road to hoe here because they have no background in this stuff. Neither does Oculus. They are kind of starting from scratch, but I certainly wish them the very best success. What they can do is create a system where anybody who wants to can set up a super easy system for micropayments and then add to it. They might see this exploding economy that generates a lot of economic growth, a lot of profit, and a lot of distributed benefits for their users.

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Twitch

Playing competitively since the Baron Nashor Cup in 2009, Trevor "Salce" Salce is a longtime veteran of the top North American league community who has been a player for teams such as Epik Gaming, SoloMid Evo, Curse, and FXO. Watch Salce slice up the competition live!

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First Dog on the Moon on ... Operation Budget Repair

The government's budget strategy hasn't exactly worked... or has it? First Dog on the Moon reveals their nefarious plan • Having trouble viewing this cartoon? Click here . • Get all your needs met at the First Dog shop if what you need is First Dog merchandise and prints • Sign up here to get an email whenever First Dog cartoons are published • To listen to First Dog talk through this cartoon, click here !

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Why people need poetry

"We're all going to die — and poems can help us live with that." In a charming and funny talk, literary critic Stephen Burt takes us on a lyrical journey with some of his favorite poets, all the way down to a line break and back up to the human urge to imagine.

36
Jawbone Up data shows how many people woke up during Sunday's Napa earthquake

Sleep tracking is one of the  best features of the Jawbone Up fitness tracker , but it could serve a purpose beyond helping you feel less groggy in the morning. Jawbone's data science team has collated the sleep information from last night in northern California — which was hit by its  biggest earthquake in  25 years — and  used it to show what percentage of Up wearers in each city were woken up at 3:20AM PT. Napa was among the worst affected areas, whereas Santa Cruz barely registered a tremor, according to the sleep data.

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This is Uber's playbook for sabotaging Lyft

But one Uber contractor The Verge spoke with said Lyft’s complaint had merit. "What’s simply untrue is that not only does Uber know about this, they’re actively encouraging these actions day-to-day and, in doing so, are flat-out lying both to their customers, the media, and their investors," the contractor said. Until now, the canceled Lyft rides have been understood as a kind of prank call designed to keep competitors’ drivers off the road. But interviews and internal documents suggest another reason: Uber’s recruitment program has vastly increased in size and sophistication, and recruiters cancel rides in part to avoid detection by Lyft.

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Kids Are Heroes® is on JustCoz!

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

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How schools kill creativity

Sir Ken Robinson makes an entertaining and profoundly moving case for creating an education system that nurtures (rather than undermines) creativity.

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The Rise and Fall and Rise of Virtual Reality

J: Absolutely. This gets to my last book about that stuff. To my mind, there are a few proposals that are on the table that are interesting. The one that I’ve been trying to push the hardest was the origin point for networking when it started — Ted Nelson’s idea of the universe of micropayments. The thing about micropayments is they have to be really universal or else there are only tiny pockets of people who get anything and everyone else gets frustrated and pissed off. It has to be big enough to really send some benefits around to everybody. That’s a hard gap to leap over to get to that point. Facebook has a very tough road to hoe here because they have no background in this stuff. Neither does Oculus. They are kind of starting from scratch, but I certainly wish them the very best success. What they can do is create a system where anybody who wants to can set up a super easy system for micropayments and then add to it. They might see this exploding economy that generates a lot of economic growth, a lot of profit, and a lot of distributed benefits for their users.

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Malvertising: Not all Java from java.com is legitimate

Isn’t it ironic getting a Java exploit via java.com, the primary source for one of the most common used browser plugins? Current malvertising campaigns are able to do this. This blog post details a relatively new trend: real-time advertisement bidding platforms being infiltrated by cyber criminals spreading malware.

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How Google Works - The rules for success in the Internet Century

When Google went public ten years ago this month, our founders wanted to include a "letter to" in the prospectus, a sort of “owner’s manual” for people considering investing in the company. The SEC wasn’t crazy about the idea, mostly because it was so unorthodox, but after a bit of back and forth they decided it was ok. In our book, How Google Works, we talk about how critical it is for companies to think about their culture. To this day, Larry and Sergey’s IPO letter is the single best explanation of Google’s. While some of its details are dated, and we haven’t always been perfect in living up to its high standards, the letter and its values (ex. "Serving end users"; "Long term focus"; "Our employees...are everything") still guide us today. #HowGoogleWorks https://investor.google.com/corporate/2004/ipo-founders-letter.html  VIEW ON GOOGLE+ +44 | 1 comments | 11 shares

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10 Dos and Don'ts for Back-to-School Social Media Etiquette

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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'Cops' Crew Member Dies After Being Shot by Officer While Filming Robbery

OMAHA, Neb. — Police officers who opened fire while disrupting a robbery at a fast-food restaurant in Omaha killed a crew member with the reality TV show "Cops" as well as the suspect, the authorities said Wednesday.

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The final ISA showdown: Is ARM, x86, or MIPS intrinsically more power efficient? | ExtremeTech

AMD’s Keller gave a talk about K12 and he mentioned the advantages of ARMv8 over x86-64. He mentioned that the ARM ISA is more high-performance and efficient and that allows to design a wider core. Kanter knows a bit about K12 and its x86 sister (Zen) and estimates that the K12 core will be about 10% better than Zen core thanks to the ARM ISA advantage. I consider that 20–30% is more realist advantage at those power levels. Time will say if K12 core really exploits the ARM ISA or is somewhat constrained by AMD goal of ‘pin’ compatibility with the Zen core.

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3D-printed 'bump keys' are a tech-savvy lockpicker's best friend

We've all locked ourselves out of our homes or offices at least once, but what do you do when there aren't any handy spare keys laying around? Well, seeing as how we live in the future, you could always 3D print one. Printing a plastic replica of a key you've already got in your possession is a piece of cake, but the real trick for the curious and the criminal alike is figuring out how to print a key that'll open locks without having an original key on hand. Wired spoke to a pair of lockpickers who did just that -- with just a photo of a keyhole, some understanding of the lock's depth and a bit of crafty purpose-built software called Photobump, security consultants Jos Weyers and Christian Holler can print so-called "bump keys" that allow them to jimmy open nearly any lock with just a bit of elbow grease.

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Grafana - The Graphite dashboard frontend, editor and graph composer

Grafana includes a built in Graphite target parser that takes writing graphite metric expressions to a whole new level. Expressions are easier to read and faster to edit than ever.

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Ohio lawmakers want to limit the teaching of the scientific process

Science educators have recognized that teaching science as a large compendium of facts, without reference to the scientific process and theories that bind them together, simply leads to uninterested and uninformed students. So it's a bit mind-boggling to discover that an Ohio state legislator is attempting to block educators from teaching anything about the scientific process. And for good measure, the bill's sponsor threw politics and creationism into the mix.

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Sniffing out the allergy epidemic

I have worked in the asthma and allergy area of Pharma for many years and the best environment for a new born baby is to have a little sister or brother who gets dirty by playing outside and a dog. Getting out close to nature is really important. A study undertaken in Finland showed that asthma is almost non existent in its rural population and very high amongst the city population.

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