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Eli Roth’s cannibal movie Green Inferno delayed indefinitely

According to the pun-filled report, the financing company responsible for much of the advertising for the film, Worldview Entertainment, has put its commitment on hold after the abrupt departure of the company’s CEO, Christopher Woodrow. The film had been scheduled for a wide release September 5, but now the project remains in limbo. If the distributor cannot come to terms with the financier or find a new party willing to foot the bill for advertising, the film may go straight to video instead of receiving a theater run.

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John McAfee at Def Con: Don’t Use Smartphones

LAS VEGAS – John McAfee, a pioneer of antivirus software, made a surprise appearance at a hacker conference here to warn that smartphone apps spy on consumers.

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Me: What kinds of shows do you like to watch on TV? Daughter: What's a TV?

The girls do watch what might be called “normal” TV, but in almost every case they are programs that have a heavy social component — shows like Doctor Who and Teen Wolf — and in almost every case they discovered them via Tumblr. A group of fans discussing one show will mention another, and they will move to that show and download whatever they can find. Shows often involve live-tweeting or live-blogging the episode, and one daughter maintains not just her own Twitter account but a fan-fiction style account based on a character from the show.

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AI Deals: $100-$200 off 17 mid-2014 MacBook Pros; Free AppleCare with any Mac; $20 cash bonus on iPad trade-ins

This weekend AppleInsider is highlighting a number of exclusive offers — some new and some about to expire — such as $100-$200 discounts on a dozen additional mid-2014 MacBook Pro models, free 3-year AppleCare Protection Plans with the purchase of any Mac, and a $20 cash trade-in bonus on any iPad valued at $75 or more.

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OperationSAFE is on JustCoz!

“Teaching children to be resilient to trauma. More children need help! http://bit.ly/givechild pic.twitter.com/wAOeclt48l”

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Alarm clock makes fresh coffee while you hit snooze

It's no secret the first five minutes of consciousness for many of us each morning involves brewing a cup o' joe . Well to help get a jump-start on things, designer Joshua Renouf has developed a striking alarm clock that starts the process before you even get out of bed. Using induction heating and stainless steel ball bearings, the Barisieur boils water for pour-over brew, giving off the aroma of your favorite beans as you rise to start the day. There's even a cooled slot for a spot of milk and storage for sugar and extra grounds. Renouf plays up the ritual of loading the unit before nodding off as an activity that helps alert the body that it's time to catch some shut-eye. Though there's only one for now, plans are in motion to produce the multitasker that's said to retail for £150-£250 (around $250-$420). While a retail option is in the works, we should have ample time to stash away our loose change.

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Nokia Lumia 930 and 630 review

While the app situation is a compromise for any Windows Phone, the Lumia 630 also comes with a few of its own. Its 4.5-inch display has a low 854 x 480 resolution, which is adapted to accommodate the new on-screen buttons. Viewing angles aren’t great, nor are the colors — blacks always look a little washed out. You can forgive these based on the price, but one part of the display I can’t get over is the lack of an ambient light sensor for automatic screen-brightness adjustment. It’s particularly painful in sunlight: you have to constantly adjust using low, medium, or high brightness settings. (Microsoft has pinned the setting in the Action Center, at least, so it’s quicker to switch between the three levels.) In 2014, this is unforgivable even for a low-end smartphone, especially when the Nokia X2 (an equally low-end model) ships with automatic brightness.

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How Psychedelics Saved My Life - Reset.me

I agree with the article that this must all be legalized so people can make their own free choices.. But having said that, I must admit that this particular part is misleading: “These non-addictive substances- MDMA, ayahuasca, ibogaine, psilocybin mushrooms, peyote, and many more- are proven to rapidly and effectively help people heal from trauma, PTSD, anxiety, addiction and depression.” While I may agree that these things may help give people a ‘nudge’ here and there depending where the person is at with their lives, but these things are in no way shape or form “Non-addictive”.. Also this stuff in no way has been ‘proven’ to heal from these disorders..There is evidence that points to the conclusion but there is no proof.. If these things are truly so helpful and can heal people then we would have already seen it operating in our veterans lives who fought during the 60′s and 70′s living much more harmoniously without any sort of disorders (Or at least the majority of them especially given the fact how popular hallucinogens were in those days).

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Library User Quiz

Are you a “Library Lover”? An “Information Omnivore”? Or are you totally “Off the Grid”? Take our library engagement quiz to learn how your library habits and attitudes stack up against the general population. You can also use this quiz to gather information for your own library or community group.

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What It's Like Raising Money As A Woman In Silicon Valley

I call B.S. on the author. Give me a break. Let’s take a look: mention of farmers market to establish social position, check. Mention of how many hours she works, to establish that she is a victim, check. Use the word gender instead of the word sex to establish liberal bona fidas, check. Mention that removing “gender” from communications further conversations, then fails to consider that maybe she mentions “gender” in manners that are annoying and ridiculous. Mentions that female VC grills her, but does not consider that perhaps her own behavior is so annoying and self-centered that maybe she is the cause of her own treatment. Fails to consider that anyone who feels the need to mention “farmers market”, or working long hours, or working in “international development” (whatever that means), is someone who believes in her own glory and as such is a person who is deserved of no true sincere respect. Never once does the author blame other women for choosing to use Pinterest or go shopping or text or go on Facebook instead of focusing solely on business and work. Never does she blame women for not creating vast networks of interconnected institutions to channel capital to emerging businesses.

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Michael Fassbender Wants to Honor the Game & Bring in Original Elements on the Assassin's Creed Movie - IGN

"You know, we absolutely want to respect the game," Fassbender said. "There's so much cool stuff in the game that we're actually spoiled for choice in terms of what we can use and what we can't, but we also want to bring new elements to it and perhaps our own version of things that already exist in the game. But we're definitely making a feature film, and we're approaching it as a feature film, as opposed to approaching it as a video game. But I love the world. I don't really play that many video games, but when I met up with the guys from Ubisoft and they started to explain this whole world and the idea of DNA memory -- you know, I think it's a very feasible scientific theory. I just thought, "This is so rich," and about the possibility of it being this cinematic experience. So I'm really excited about it, and we're working very hard to make sure that we've got the best and most exciting, original package."

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Why your brand-new plane doesn't have a seat-back TV

Dozens of other passengers made similar remarks as they walked by my seat, and many more probably inquired with a flight attendant or aired their complaints on Facebook or Twitter. I had a similar experience while flying the same route last week. I was seated next to a corporate executive who normally travels on United's better-equipped international fleet -- he was clearly unhappy about the entertainment situation, and, like the mother I heard earlier in the year, assumed that our brand-spankin'-new 737 predated the 21st century. It's reasonable to assume a new plane would be delivered with the latest technology, but unfortunately that isn't the case.

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TurboRoo, The Chihuahua With No Front Legs, Can Walk Again Thanks To 3D Printing | TechCrunch

Is there any cute animal 3D printing can’t save? Just look at TurboRoo, a tiny Chihuahua born without front legs, who has been given a new “leash” on life thanks to a Makerbot and a 3D designer from 3dyn .

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Pregnancy is a war between mother and child – Suzanne Sadedin – Aeon

I said that the mother struggles to pass hormonal signals into the womb. The thing is, once the embryo implants, it gets full access to her tissues. This asymmetry means two things. Firstly, the mother can no longer control the nutrient supply she offers the foetus – not without reducing the nutrient supply to her own tissues. Is this unfettered access to maternal blood the key to the extraordinary brain development we see in young primates? Fascinatingly, the intensity of the invasion does seem to correlate with brain development. Great apes, the largest-brained primates, seem to experience deeper and more extensive invasion of the maternal arteries than other primates. In humans – the largest-brained ape of all – placental cells invade the maternal bloodstream earlier even than in other great apes, allowing the foetus unprecedented access to oxygen and nutrients during early development. This would be one of evolution’s little ironies: after all, if it wasn't for the cognitive and social capacities granted by our big brains, many more of us would die from the rigours of our brutal reproductive cycle.

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Facebook Messenger Is No. 1 in App Store, Has One-Star Rating

As of this writing, the current version of the app — released last week, when Facebook began ramping up to the split — has a one-star rating. It seems this can mostly be attributed to the forced nature of the switch; all the previous versions of the app, which is now more than three years old, were generally well received. Previous versions earned a four-star average in the App Store).

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4 hard facts about tracking on Facebook and what you can do about targeted ads

Simple... use Firefox with NoScript.  You can block facebook.net, which won't allow the facebook scripts to run on all the websites you visit, and you won't be tracked.  For example, on this page there is content coming from 23 different web domains. I am currently allowing wsj.com, fyre.co, livefyre.com, wsj.net and several other domains.  I'm blocking googleadservices.com, googlesyndication.com, google-analytics.com, and many other domains from running their scripts.  It may take non-techies a bit of time to understand how NoScript works (you have to explicitly allow scripts domain by domain, which means that until you allow certain scripts, the page won't display correctly), but it's worth it.

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This Week On The TC Gadgets Podcast: Food And Sex | TechCrunch

As the end of summer sends people on vacation and essentially stops time as we know it, a couple good distractions for this slow time include food and sex.

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Your Five Year Old Can Learn To Code With An IPad App

JS: These days, everyone seems to be saying that coding is the ‘new literacy.’ To be honest, I find that a little absurd. For one thing, there are many different kinds of essential literacies and we need to get out of the mindset that any one is more important than the others. Also, there’s nothing ‘new’ about the computational thinking that coding involves. It dates back at least to 8th century Persia (but was already practiced by ancient Greek and Egyptian philosophers). It is significant, however, that new digital technologies enable us to use this kind of thinking in really efficient ways. With these tools, we can suddenly apply this thinking in ways we never could have imagined possible in the past. But that involves shifting our perspective so that we can understand and see the new possibilities. Scratch and ScratchJr put a simplified version of these technologies into the hands of very young children so that they can understand, experiment, and play, in a practical way, with computational thinking. I might not call it the “new literacy,” but I do think every child should be exposed to this kind of play.

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Eaze Promises Pot Delivery Anywhere In San Francisco | TechCrunch

The plan, says Vespi, is to carry out the service in SF for now and then later roll it out (heh) in Southern California as well as Colorado and Washington. “We’ll deliver both medical and recreational marijuana there, according to the laws in those states,” she says. So those in Colorado will have to be at least 21 years old in order to become Eaze customers.

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U.S. Views of Technology and the Future

Those Americans who are optimistic about the future of scientific advancement in a general sense tend to be more open—up to a point—toward the benefits of some of these more controversial developments. These long-term optimists (that is, those who agree with the statement that “technological changes will lead to a future in which people’s lives are mostly better”) are roughly twice as likely as long-term pessimists to say that it will be a change for the better if personal drones become widespread (28% vs. 14%) and if many people wear devices or implants that feed them digital information about their surroundings (46% vs. 23%). They are also receptive toward robot caregivers (33% think these would be a change for the better, while 21% of pessimists feel this way) and toward designer babies (31% vs. 19%). But notably, even within this “optimist” group, a substantial majority feel that most of these developments would be a bad thing overall.

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IBM's new supercomputing chip mimics the human brain with very little power

IBM hasn't publicly announced any partnerships to leverage its new SyNAPSE chip yet, though discussions are surely taking place. Currently, the company's been able to build a programmable, working board with 16 of these chips working in concert -- that represents 16 million neurons capable of processing instructions that, Modha says, would traditionally be carried out by "racks and racks of conventional computers." Again, this is all done at an extremely low-powered state, which means the chips produce way less heat. It's not hard to imagine some of the immediate benefits this could bring to consumers: for instance, laptops that don't burn your lap; or even mobile phones that run for days and can process extreme amounts of environmental data.

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Robotic exoskeletons give dock workers superhuman lifting abilities

We talk a lot about robotic exoskeletons that give people almost supernatural lifting skills, but these tend to be confined to labs or science fiction. Not in South Korea, though. Daewoo has been testing suits that let shipyard workers carry objects as heavy as 66 pounds like they're nothing. The key is support for task-specific frames that put virtually all the load on the machine, giving you full dexterity -- whether it's an engine part or a piece of the hull, you can easily put it into place. The hardware isn't ready to enter full service just yet. It doesn't currently cope well with slippery floors or twisting movements, and its 3-hour battery life isn't enough to cover someone's entire shift. Daewoo says that the trial has been going well, however, and it ultimately hopes that the exoskeleton will shoulder up to 220 pounds. If everything pans out, shipbuilding could take considerably less time -- and put much less strain on the people involved. 0 Comments

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Casper Mattress Startup Lands $13.1 Million Series A | TechCrunch

Casper has engineered a single premium mattress like no other on the market and sell it directly to the consumer. They use a novel combination of materials that allows their bed to both contour to a sleeper's body as well as bounce to their 'waking life.' By cutting out retail partnerships, commissions and storage, you pay a third of what you would pay if you walked into a physical store.

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William Gibson: the man who saw tomorrow

Beauman's latest novel, Glow, is unmistakably shaped by Pattern Recognition and its two sequels, Spook Country and Zero History . Tech-savvy Londoners try strange new drugs while vast corporations employ strange new marketing techniques. Like Gibson's work, it shows us the present by imagining a hyper-real near future. "Gibson does texture and function in a way that I'm constantly trying to imitate," he says. "Like many great writers, he has a specific imaginative territory that he keeps going back to, but that territory happens to be where a lot of us now find ourselves living. Not only in terms of Google Glass and Uber, which are comparatively trivial, but in terms of the gap between rich and poor, the impunity of globalised commerce, the declining relevance of the west. It's a crime that he's not regarded as one of our most important novelists."

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Why Not a Three-Day Week? - The New Yorker

In 1930, John Maynard Keynes posed a question about the economic future of society: “What can we reasonably expect the level of our economic life to be, a hundred years hence? What are the economic possibilities for our grandchildren?” To Keynes, the answer was clear: the rapid accumulation of capital, combined with technological advances, had already, by his estimates, improved the average quality of life in the West fourfold since the Industrial Revolution, and there was no reason why that trend shouldn’t continue. “I would predict that the standard of life in progressive countries one hundred years hence will be between four and eight times as high as it is to-day,” he wrote. The potent combination of technology and capital would render most material-based concerns irrelevant; people would no longer have to worry about basic problems of survival. One result would be an unprecedented abundance of leisure time, which would present a new problem for the average human: “How to use his freedom from pressing economic cares, how to occupy the leisure, which science and compound interest will have won for him, to live wisely and agreeably and well.

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The 18 Most Innovative Cities On Earth

Indeed, many modern metros are pushing  the limits of industry, design, and urban planning, while rethinking the way people live and work. 

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#WhyWeNeedFrat Hashtag Angers Feminists and Greek Life Members

is a leading source for news, information and resources for the Connected Generation. Mashable reports on the importance of digital innovation and how it empowers and inspires people around the world. Mashable's record 34 million unique visitors worldwide and 15 million social media followers are one of the most influential and engaged online communities. Founded in 2005, Mashable is headquartered in New York City with an office in San Francisco.

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The TheTechNewsBlog Daily

The TheTechNewsBlog Daily, by TheTechNewsBlog: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos.

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7 Reasons Why Your Startup Will Fail (And How to Soften the Blow)

You’ve got limited resources and you don’t want to blow up on the wrong things. Now this will tie-in with much of the reasons above, as you do not want to spend all your time and money on building that one perfect product (which does not exist in any case).

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Here’s The Difference Between Working At Facebook, Google, And Microsoft — According To Someone Who Has Worked At All Three

DK: Professionally, I prefer startups because I like to be surrounded by people who are not just working 9-5 but prefer to get things done. In terms of scope of work, overall culture, and making sure the spirit is sustained intact for quarters and years, large companies are better. It's really hard to scale a startup to years, while with a company like Microsoft, Google, or Facebook, it's just there. You don’t need to go through small steps. It's already there.

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12 Ways to Make a Staycation Feel Like a Real Getaway

Falling down the Netflix K-hole can be very easy, so instead of binge-watching television shows, or watching 4 movies in a row, make an effort to physically go to the movie theatre instead. It will feel more like an experience instead of something you do casually. If you're hesitant to fork over a hefty price for a movie ticket, look into local screenings and free events happening in your area.

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12 Things You Can Do With Dryer Sheets Other Than Laundry

No one thinks twice about the purpose of dryer sheets, but they can do much more than make your shirts softer.

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Increase Your Activation Rate From 2% to 30% in 10 steps

One of the greatest lessons of the past few months is that when building a SaaS company you shouldn’t overlook the soft data just because it’s not hard data. This is especially true when following lean methodology. Talk to your customers, always. Especially if you are serious about increasing your activation rate.

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Artist Ruins Happily Ever After With Misbehaving Disney Characters

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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New Digital Currency Aims to Unite Every Money System on Earth | Enterprise | WIRED

Rodrigo Batista is the CEO of Mercado Bitcoin , the first Brazilian bitcoin exchange and one of the largest digital currency operations in Latin America. Today, Mercado lets you swap Brazilian real for both bitcoin and litecoin, another currency that exists only on the internet, but Batista will soon expand the scope of his operation. By the end of August, he says, his site will embrace a brand new digital currency project called Stellar.

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The original BioShock is headed to iOS this summer

Yes, BioShock doesn't look as good on iOS. It's the truth. In-game lighting and shadows are cut down pretty dramatically, as are art assets. The grandeur of Rapture is distinctly less grand , which sucks some of the life out of one of my personal favorites. The first thing you'll notice is "iOS fire." The game's opening -- a plane crash -- puts main character Jack in the ocean surrounded by some hideously ugly fire animations. It's the first hint that the iOS version of Rapture has been shrunken down to fit within Apple's app store file size limitation, and it's a nagging issue that I couldn't shake in my hands-on time.

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15 Fetching Crafts for Dog-Lovers

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.

39 20 words that once meant something very different

Words change meaning all the time — and over time. Language historian Anne Curzan takes a closer look at this phenomenon, and shares some words that used to mean something totally different.

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Foursquare Now Tracks Users Even When the App Is Closed

Foursquare’s app goes beyond location-tracking features offered by competitors. Social apps like Twitter collect GPS coordinates to give users the option of sharing their location with friends, but don’t collect this data when the app is off. When Facebook introduced a “nearby friends” tool on its mobile app earlier this year, it required uses to opt in to the feature.

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Google Acquires Emu, An IM Client With Siri-Like Intelligence | TechCrunch

In fact, Emu, which debuted as an Android application, looks like it can offer a lot to Google if the company is intent on continuing to grow the influence of Google Now across its properties, and extend its capabilities beyond the contextual launcher where it currently resides. Messaging is a new mobile battleground for big tech companies, and a potential motivating factor in attracting and keeping users within a particular ecosystem – Apple is focusing heavily on iMessage with its iOS 8 update, and in OS X Yosemite, adding multimedia messaging features, refining group chat, and making it easier to get your messages on all devices, regardless of what kind of device the person sending them is using.

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Why You Should Turn Down a Job Offer From Facebook

There can be nothing more exciting than getting an offer from a giant, successful company. But even if Facebook – or anything other well-known company – is knocking down your door, if it’s not the right opportunity, you shouldn’t be afraid to pass. You can still be just as successful elsewhere by following your professional dreams and turning them into a reality.

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An Ingenious Way To Keep People From Spying On Your Password

They keyboard might make you do a double take. It looks almost like a labor-intensive April’s Fools day prank, where someone sneaks into your office and mixes your keys around. While popping up a keyboard like this every time you need to enter a password could help keep them a little more secure from prying eyes or snooping cameras, it would be an exercise for your muscle memory.

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Luxury Consignment Reseller Snobswap Grabs $700K To Bring Brick-And-Mortar Shops Online | TechCrunch

Snobswap , the D.C.-based online shopping resale site with a funny but memorable name, is one of many new entrants in a growing market focused on bringing the experience of shopping for second-hand clothing and other accessories online. And, as its branding implies, Snobswap is aiming for the high-end, luxury shopper who’s looking for discounts on designer labels, or hoping to relieve some of their own shopping guilt by selling off their own high-quality items via the online service.

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Paper USB Business Card Lets You Track Usage | TechCrunch

The humble business card still hasn’t been killed off by digital alternatives. Being handed a piece of dead tree with contact details printed on it in ink arguably increasingly stands out in an age when digital data is so cheap and mutable.

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5 Can't-Miss Apps: NFL Now and More

The National Football League officially launched its new video-streaming app, called NFL Now, this week. The app doesn’t allow users to stream full games (that’s still limited to Sunday Ticket subscribers), but they can still view highlights, game recaps and other behind-the-scenes videos from their favorite teams. Users can even import their favorite players into NFL Now, so they can follow their team throughout the season. The app is free, but a premium subscription ($1.99 per month in the U.S.) gets rid of ads, and provides unlimited archival footage and real-time in-game highlights. NFL Now is available for iOS , Android and Windows .

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WWE 2K15: First In-Game Shots of Randy Orton Ready to Strike on PS4 and Xbox One -- IGN First - IGN

Yup, The Viper is looking pretty good. It may be worth noting that these screens have been specifically marked "work in progress" by 2K, where the Cena shot was not. Comparing the two, you may notice that there is no audience of any kind behind Cena, but in the first Orton shot, there appears to be what I can only imagine is a placeholder audience behind him, which may be why the shots were labeled as such.

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Can a plane be hacked via in-flight Wi-Fi? Researcher says it's so - CNET

Much of the equipment that planes and ships use to access satellite communications networks is wide open like the sea and sky itself, says a security researcher presenting his findings later this week.

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The Maker's Mark

At the time, Behar saw California as little more than a way of escaping Switzerland. But his timing was impeccable. He arrived just as desktop computers were coming to the fore, and Silicon Valley manufacturers were looking to industrial designers to differentiate their anonymous beige PC towers. Upon graduation, Behar moved to San Francisco, where he worked as a junior designer at big firms Lunar Design and Frog. (Among other desktop designs, he worked on the award-winning Pavilion from Hewlett-Packard.) Along the way, Behar absorbed Silicon Valley’s genetic optimism about the social impact of technology. It has since become a hallmark of his work. "Hollywood tends to have a dystopian view of technology — I think it sells more movies," Behar says. "But I can’t escape the environment I’m in, which is San Francisco, which tends to think in a utopian way about technology. It certainly makes mistakes, but I tend to have a positive view of it."

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PicnicHealth Stores Your Medical Records In One Place And Delivers It To Your Doctor | TechCrunch

PicnicHealth, headed by a team of five people, takes responsibility for moving information between doctors. So if you visit a specific doctor but want your primary physician to receive that information, the service will take care of that. There is a request and send records action in the service that lets you input information on where you want your records to go, so that if you switch doctors, your new doctor can receive that information.

51 11 Useful Ways to Organize Your Medicine Cabinet
52 8 Ice Cream Recipes Worth a Brain Freeze
53 Startup Demonstrates Ultra-efficient Stacked Solar Cells | MIT Technology Review
54 The Fish Matrix is real: this gigantic deep ocean sphere will raise 1,000 tons of tuna
55 More on Computer Programming: Train Kids Early
56 Why Brands Need To Embrace The Online Review
57 Restoration Hardware’s Mail-Order Extravagance - The New Yorker
58 Hacker Redirects Traffic From 19 Internet Providers to Steal Bitcoins | Threat Level | WIRED
59 Obama on net neutrality: My administration is against Internet fast lanes
60 Datamonkey become data master
61 Decluttering the company
62 Why so many ships fly Panama's flag
63 Drop, The Location-Based Messenger, Closes $1.25M From Atlas Ventures, Spark Capital | TechCrunch
64 Which Online Stylist Service Suits You Best?
65 5 Great In-Ear Headphones
66 16 And Famous: How Nash Grier Became The Most Popular Kid In The World
67 The Life Of An Introvert, Illustrated
68 Yelp Translator Takes the Guesswork Out of Foreign Reviews
69 Using Big Data To Understand Migrations
70 The Weekender: on supermoons and playing god
71 New Google Chrome Experiment Takes You into Space
72 Our Dream of the Connected Home Could Become a Nightmare | Enterprise | WIRED
73 Push For Pizza Is Yo For Food Delivery | TechCrunch
74 These Pictures Show How Shockingly Good Bionics In Sports Are Now
75 Marvel Movies: Josh Brolin Loves the Thanos and Death Storyline - IGN
76 How Schizophrenics Around the World Describe the Voices They Hear
77 Bikanta’s Tiny Diamonds Find Cancer Before It Spreads | TechCrunch
78 TurboRoo Wants You To Come To Hardware Alley | TechCrunch
79 Now There’s Not One, But Two Emoji-Only Social Networks | TechCrunch
80 Astronomer Can Turn Galactic Explosions Into Stellar Music
81 How cultures around the world think about parenting
82 The Most Fascinating Profile You’ll Ever Read About a Guy and His Boring Startup | Business | WIRED
83 Analyst: 5.5-inch iPhone 6 could feature more powerful processor than 4.7-inch model
84 Western Founders Talk Startups in Asia
85 Visiting The Bitcoin Bodega | TechCrunch
86 Amazon and Disney are fighting, so you can't pre-order 'Guardians of the Galaxy' on Blu-ray
87 Far Cry 4 Creative Director Discusses the Returning Elements of Far Cry 3 - IGN
88 The most famous pointing finger
89 Timex Ironman One GPS Preview - CNET
90 New Wizardry Allows Researchers To Turn Photos Into Three-Dimensional Objects | TechCrunch
91 'Twitch-speak': A Guide to the Secret Emoji Language of Gamers
92 Guildery Helps You Decorate With Pre-Matched Fabrics, Digitally Printed On Demand | TechCrunch
93 These Are Our Favorite Startups From The DreamIt NY Demo Day | TechCrunch
94 Welcome to Lititz, Pa., the industrial heartland of big rock 'n' roll tours.
95 The Learn to Code Movement is Forgetting Existing Developers
96 Towards daily imaging of Spaceship Earth –
97 Marvel Head Kevin Feige: Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Will Answer Guardians' Big Question - IGN