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Watch Jimmy Fallon greet Donald Trump dressed as The Donald himself

Jimmy Fallon, dressed as Donald Trump as he interviewed the presidential candidate in a faux dressing room with a fake mirror.

Stephen Colbert’s interview with Joe Biden is the best he's ever done

A year or two from now, it's unlikely that we'll remember any bits or standout moments from the first episode of Stephen Colbert's Late Show — aside from Jon Stewart's cameo, maybe. But last night,...

SpaceX releases first interior photos of its astronaut-carrying spacecraft

SpaceX's new Crew Dragon capsule may be reserved for astronauts traveling to and from the International Space Station — but now you can take a virtual tour of the vehicle's insides. The company...

Amy Schumer is a riot in new HBO special trailer

The special debuts Oct 17 on HBO.

NYC woman gets street harassed during Periscope livestream

During her next livestream, she wore a trash bag and flip flops in protest.

Apple didn't "blow it" with the stylus, it did what was right

Apple announced a giant new iPad Pro yesterday that comes in at a gargantuan 12.9 inches along with a new accessory called the Apple Pencil which just happ

R2-D2 and C-3P0 host 'Star Wars' aircraft unveiling

In an airport not so far away, two of the most famous Star Wars droids helped launch a new aircraft.

Like a prayer, this weatherman's Madonna forecast is a ray of light

Ahead of Saturday's "Rebel Heart Tour" stop at Verizon Center in Washington, D.C., Fox 5 DC weatherman filled a compelling segment with Madonna lyrics.

Buddy the robot wants to be your modern-day Rosie

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Building a 3D Printer Under 299$

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Prosecutors file charges against ex-CEO of Mt.Gox bitcoin exchange

TOKYO Japanese prosecutors have filed charges against Mark Karpeles, the former head of defunct bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox, accusing him of stealing $2.7 million of clients' money, media reported.

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Apple's iPhone upgrade program: What you need to know - CNET

Based on current pricing, Sprint offers the best value for customers who'd like to upgrade to a new iPhone every year, through a leasing program called iPhone Forever. Right now Sprint is offering a promotion that lets customers lease a new iPhone for $15 a month with the option to upgrade anytime they want. In order to get this price, customers have to turn in a functioning smartphone. Without a device to trade-in, the price is $22 a month to lease a new iPhone 6S.

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Apple’s First Foray Into Luxury With Hermès Watch Breaks Tradition

SAN FRANCISCO—Apple Inc. is embracing a luxury name for its new $1,500 smartwatch with French fashion house Hermès. But Apple design chief Jonathan Ive resists the notion that Apple is becoming exclusive, a defining characteristic of luxury goods.

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How to Live With the 16GB iPhone’s Pitiful Storage

The most important thing to remember about a 16GB iPhone is that it’s not really 16GB. Or rather, much of that 16GB isn’t actually yours. They’ve been claimed by Apple, both through iOS and preloaded, non-deletable apps like iBooks, Music, Photo Booth, and nearly two dozen (!) more. We won’t know how much space truly belongs to you until the iPhone 6S ships, but 10GB would be a very generous estimate.

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Trillenium takes virtual reality into online shopping

"The current dot.com experience is pretty sterile. So if they can improve the experience, you might dwell a bit longer, spend a bit longer online exploring products because you can get closer to them, and buy more," said Dave Evans, commercial director at Kantar Retail Virtual Reality, which uses virtual reality technology to help retailers develop real-world stores.

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LA is Going to Have the Largest Electric Vehicle Fleet in the Nation

Los Angeles is working hard to reduce its carbon footprint , and a new city-operated fleet of electric vehicles is going to help it do so. Mayor Eric Garcetti has just announced his intentions to lease 160 pure battery EVs — a move that would position LA as proud owner of the largest electric fleet in the nation.

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Four Steps to Rock-Solid e-Commerce

Automation makes it possible. Obviously, if you are validating 500 core business processes every day on 30+ virtual machines (as at luxury goods manufacturer Richemont), or testing 300,000 business process steps every night, it can’t be done manually. Those days are over. Today, automation platforms have replaced manual labor with digital labor when it comes to automated functional testing and business process validation. Sure, it’s an investment in new work practices and some new automation software, but that’s small compared to a major disruption in business continuity.

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Tim Cook Will Join Stephen Colbert on The Late Show

Apple’s CEO will appear on Colbert’s new CBS talk show next Tuesday. Colbert announced the booking on Twitter,  posing with his Apple Watch prominently displayed on his left wrist. CBS confirmed the appearance.

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City of LA's electric vehicle fleet includes a Tesla Model S

For anyone who thought that Los Angeles' efforts to turn its traffic problems green would end after a partnership with Waze , think again. The City of Angels has committed to leasing 160 battery-powered electric vehicles and 128 plug-in hybrids for its municipal fleet. A post on the LAPD blog says that the police, fire, general services, water and power departments will split the former, while the general services will also take all of the latter. Mayor Eric Garcetti says that this move puts LA closer to its goal of becoming the "most sustainable city in America."

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Microsoft will download Windows 10 even if you don’t want to upgrade — here’s how to stop it

This makes sense if you remember that the Windows 10 installation files can range between 3GB and 6GB (they are saved in a hidden $Windows.~BT folder on your main drive). But that’s also the root of problem: Many Windows users are on connections with limited bandwidth. They are seeing their Internet slow down (although Windows Update should only download updates when your connection is not in use) or, more worryingly, they are blowing through data caps and having to pay over-usage fees to their ISPs.

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How much screen time should your children get a day?

Certainly, one of the most pressing questions for today’s parents and their children has to be how much “screen time” to allow. The growth of mobile devices and kid-focused apps have significantly increased the number of hours that kids spend in front of screens, and untold amounts of parental worry have been dedicated to what constitutes the “right” amount. Even apps that are labeled as distinctly for kids, like YouTube Kids, have.

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Jeremy Corbyn wins Labour leadership contest - BBC News

Len McCluskey, general secretary of the UK's biggest union Unite, congratulated Mr Corbyn and Mr Watson, saying: "Voters can now look at Labour and see, unquestionably, that it stands for fairness, justice, peace and strong communities. It is the party of hope, ready to take on a Government hell-bent on making life worse for ordinary people."

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Honda gets California approval for self-driving cars on roads

California is one of a handful of states, along with Michigan, Florida and Nevada, that have passed legislation enabling testing of self-driving cars on public roads.

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13 TechCrunch Stories You Don’t Want To Miss This Week

This week, Apple held an event in San Francisco, rival transportation apps in Asia battled for more funding, and Periscope added Facebook sharing. This is everything you need to know about tech this week.

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iPhone 6S Plus is getting one camera feature that its smaller sibling isn't

Apple didn't mention it in the press conference, but optical image stabilization for video is a new feature that's only available iPhone 6S Plus. The feature is available on both phones but just for still images, the iPhone 6S Plus is the first phone to feature it for video.

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The iPhone 6s vs. the iPhone 6: What's changed?

We've just wrapped up this year's big iPhone event, which means iPhone owners now get to ponder over whether or not to upgrade their handsets. It's easy enough when there are plenty of cosmetic changes and new features to really distinguish a new iPhone from your old one , but this time around we're looking at an iterative 'S' version where, aside from a new rose gold color, the improvements are not always obvious at first glance. Fortunately, we've got the specs for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s lined up for your perusal right here. So you can decide whether it's got enough additional oomph for you to dig out your wallet now, or wait until next year's edition instead.

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Which iPhone 6s carrier to choose based on cost — AT&T vs. Verizon vs. Sprint vs. T-Mobile?

Things have changed significantly in the past several years in the wireless industry. With the debut of almost ubiquitous data and the proliferation smartphones, carriers have moved away from calling-centric plans and now base their plans around data. Almost every carrier now offers unlimited calling and texting as part of their base package which is adjusted around data allotments. Customers buying a new phone and switching to a new plan, now have to pick their data allotment first and then add on devices that can share that data. This makes it easy for a subscriber to have a single account with multiple lines for phones, tablets and more. As a result, monthly payments are broken down into two parts — the data allotment that is shared among devices and the mobile access charge for each device. If you purchased a phone using a monthly payment plan, then you will incur a third charge for the device itself.

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Screenshots: The evolution of Windows 10

The OS has grown up in public, with early builds of Windows 10 made available from October last year as part of the Windows Insider Program.

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Gizmodo on Twitter

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Dolphin Intelligence

This means that primates and cetaceans have been on two different evolutionary trajectories for a very long time, and the result is not only two different body types but also two different kinds of brains. Primates, for example, have large frontal lobes, which are responsible for executive decision-making and planning. Dolphins don’t have much in the way of frontal lobes, but they still have an impressive flair for solving problems and, apparently, a capacity to plan for the future. We primates process visual information in the back of our brains and language and auditory information in the temporal lobes, located on the brain’s flanks. Dolphins process visual and auditory information in different parts of the neocortex, and the paths that information takes to get into and out of the cortex are markedly different. Dolphins also have an extremely well developed and defined paralimbic system for processing emotions. One hypothesis is that it may be essential to the intimate social and emotional bonds that exist within dolphin communities.

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Every county in America, ranked by scenery and climate

I've mapped all the counties above according to where they rank on the natural amenities index -- mouse over to check out how desirable (or not) your own county is. You'll see that Sun Belt counties fare pretty well -- especially ones in California and Colorado. In fact, every single one of the 10 highest-ranked counties is located in California. After Ventura County, Humboldt, Santa Barbara, Mendocino and Del Norte counties round out the top five.

22 Synthsation Live Stream

Leopazzo LIVE on Google Hangouts, cleaning the glass on his 125G coral reef fish tank

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The psychology of evil

Philip Zimbardo knows how easy it is for nice people to turn bad. In this talk, he shares insights and graphic unseen photos from the Abu Ghraib trials. Then he talks about the flip side: how easy it is to be a hero, and how we can rise to the challenge.

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Learn to read Chinese ... with ease!

For foreigners, learning to speak Chinese is a hard task. But learning to read the beautiful, often complex characters of the Chinese written language may be less difficult. ShaoLan walks through a simple lesson in recognizing the ideas behind the characters and their meaning — building from a few simple forms to more complex concepts. Call it Chineasy.

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Your body language shapes who you are

Body language affects how others see us, but it may also change how we see ourselves. Social psychologist Amy Cuddy shows how “power posing” — standing in a posture of confidence, even when we don’t feel confident — can affect testosterone and cortisol levels in the brain, and might even have an impact on our chances for success.

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Meet #CitizenMars subject Shradha

We go in depth with five of the finalists for the Mars One mission: everyday people determined to be the first to colonize the Red Planet. To watch full episodes of Citizen Mars: Watch on YouTube: http://engt.co/citizen_mars Watch on Engadget: http://www.engadget.com/citizen-mars Get More Engadget: •Subscribe to Engadget on YouTube: http://engt.co/subscribe •Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/engadget •Follow us on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/engadget •Follow us on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/engadget •Add us on Snapchat: gadgetsnaps •Read more: http://www.engadget.com Technology isn't all about bits and processors. It's the car with no driver, human organs printed in a lab and leisurely flights into space. It's the future and Engadget is here to tell you all about it. Since 2004, Engadget has covered cutting edge devices and the technology that powers them. We're looking beyond the gadgets themselves to explore how they impact our lives. Engadget is the definitive guide to this connected life. Also on Engadget's YouTube Channel: •“In Case You Missed It” (aka #ICYMI) is a daily clip show designed to dig up the offbeat and interesting stories that get buried by the biggest headlines.

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Want to help someone? Shut up and listen!

When most well-intentioned aid workers hear of a problem they think they can fix, they go to work. This, Ernesto Sirolli suggests, is naïve. In this funny and impassioned talk, he proposes that the first step is to listen to the people you're trying to help, and tap into their own entrepreneurial spirit. His advice on what works will help any entrepreneur.

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Why city flags may be the worst-designed thing you've never noticed

Roman Mars is obsessed with flags — and after you watch this talk, you might be, too. These ubiquitous symbols of civic pride are often designed, well, pretty terribly. But they don't have to be. In this surprising and hilarious talk about vexillology — the study of flags — Mars reveals the five basic principles of flag design and shows why he believes they can be applied to just about anything.

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30,000-year-old giant virus 'comes back to life' - BBC News

An ancient virus has "come back to life" after lying dormant for at least 30,000 years, scientists say.

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The illusion of consciousness

Philosopher Dan Dennett makes a compelling argument that not only don't we understand our own consciousness, but that half the time our brains are actively fooling us.

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What my religion really says about women

Strong faith is a core part of Alaa Murabit's identity — but when she moved from Canada to Libya as a young woman, she was surprised how the tenets of Islam were used to severely limit women's rights, independence and ability to lead. She wondered: Was this really religious doctrine? With humor, passion and a refreshingly rebellious spirt, she shares how she found examples of female leaders across the history of her faith — and how she speaks up for women using verses from the Koran.

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Your brain on improv

Musician and researcher Charles Limb wondered how the brain works during musical improvisation — so he put jazz musicians and rappers in an fMRI to find out. What he and his team found has deep implications for our understanding of creativity of all kinds. (Filmed at TEDxMidAtlantic.)

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My daughter, my wife, our robot, and the quest for immortality

The founder of Sirius XM satellite radio, Martine Rothblatt now heads up a drug company that makes life-saving medicines for rare diseases (including one drug that saved her own daughter's life). Meanwhile she is working to preserve the consciousness of the woman she loves in a digital file ... and a companion robot. In an onstage conversation with TED's Chris Anderson, Rothblatt shares her powerful story of love, identity, creativity, and limitless possibility.

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The opportunity of adversity

The thesaurus might equate "disabled" with synonyms like "useless" and "mutilated," but ground-breaking runner Aimee Mullins is out to redefine the word. Defying these associations, she shows how adversity — in her case, being born without shinbones — actually opens the door for human potential.

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This hilarious Cisco fail is a network engineer's worst nightmare

Such a situation could cause a problem in any size datacenter, where these switches and cables are commonly used. If someone plugged in a cable to port one unknowingly pushing the button, they’d possibly be taking down the entire network without even realizing it. If your switches are configured right, however, the blip should be only brief.

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6 curious kids interview their moms about life and love

Sarafina Viviano’s mom, Dana, works as a nurse at a cancer center. Dana’s mother, Sarafina’s grandmother, died of breast cancer. And it was the experience of getting her mother’s diagnosis, Dana tells Sarafina, that led her to become a cancer nurse. “I remember thinking that there was a way [the doctors] could have told us that was softer,” Dana says. She’s dedicated her life to bringing that softness and grace to her patients. And according to Sarafina, she’s doing a great job. “To me, you are maybe the angels on earth,” she tells her mom. “You come down and try your best to heal people.”

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11 Ways to Optimize Your LinkedIn Profile for More Exposure

While I have information in each of the sections you mention, I am astounded every time I look at a profile and discover the person barely provided any information about what they do, or what they are like as a person. In the sector where I do most of my work, professional services and especially law, I estimate that more than half of the lawyers put anything in their profile beyond the bare bones basics: “Partner, Smith Law Firm.” Not even a mention of what kind of law they practice. Yet surveys show that when a company is thinking of retaining a new lawyer or firm, LinkedIn is the first place they go – and the myriad of professional directories that often charge for a listing aren’t even consulted any more.

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What do we do with all this big data?

Does a set of data make you feel more comfortable? More successful? Then your interpretation of it is likely wrong. In a surprisingly moving talk, Susan Etlinger explains why, as we receive more and more data, we need to deepen our critical thinking skills. Because it's hard to move beyond counting things to really understanding them.

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Event Pokemon - Pokemon Omega Ruby and Alpha Sapphire Wiki Guide - IGN

To get these Pokemon, you must choose "Mystery Gift" at the main menu of your Pokemon Omega Ruby or Alpha Sapphire game. The next step depends on the method of distribution. Some Pokemon are distributed over the internet, some are at select areas via wireless connection, and some are obtained through special codes.

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The 10 most important things from Apple's iPhone 6S event

Apple events can usually be referenced based on the one flagship they focus on: the iPad event, the iPhone event, the Apple Music event. That doesn’t work quite as well with today’s news-packed event. The company officially delivered on two long-overdue rumors: it refreshed the Apple TV, and it unveiled a giant, almost laptop-like iPad. The iPad Pro is a 12.9-inch behemoth with a matching stylus and keyboard, seemingly designed to fill the same market Microsoft is going after with the Surface. The Apple TV set-top box is back with a new remote and deep Siri integration. Both have a new ecosystem of apps, including productivity tools and games. And both are coming out later this fall: the TV in October, the iPad in November.

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What is Solve?

Learn about MIT’s initiative that asks extraordinary people to work together to find solutions to the extraordinarily hard problems facing our global community: http://solve.mit.edu/

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10 short TED Talks for parents who are short on time but starved for intellectual stimulation

You aren't sleeping. You barely have time to eat, let alone peruse TED Talks. Here, talks under six minutes that will give you a quick dose of inspiration.

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DNA from Neandertal relative may shake up human family tree

LONDON— In a remarkable technical feat, researchers have sequenced DNA from fossils in Spain that are about 300,000 to 400,000 years old and have found an ancestor—or close relative—of Neandertals. The nuclear DNA, which is the oldest ever sequenced from a member of the human family, may push back the date for the origins of the distinct ancestors of Neandertals and modern humans, according to a presentation here yesterday at the fifth annual meeting of the European Society for the study of human evolution.

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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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The 10 Most-Pirated Movies

When you're done, please be sure to let us know what you think about the movies on our most-bootlegged film list. If you've seen these pictures (legally or otherwise) and think they're worth watching by any means possible, share your opinions in the comment section below. We'd love to hear them! If you have strong thoughts about piracy, on either side of the equation, let us know about that, too.

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Airbnb's logo found in decades-old trademark book

There’s no questioning that the logo belongs to Airbnb now, as the company wouldn’t use a logo it didn’t have full rights to and protections for. But it’s an interesting little coincidence, and shows how even hours and months of design can produce results that have already been seen before.

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Our morning schedules are ruining our health

The age range where we experience the most sleep deprivation is 14 to 24, when we get about two hours too little sleep per night. From age 24 to 30, we get about 1.5 hours too little, and from 30 to 55, we lose about an hour, Kelley told Business Insider. And the effects are cumulative. "Each day of sleep loss is added on to the next, until have chance to [sleep in]," Kelley said.

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Bitcoin's Shared Ledger Technology: Money's New Operating System

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Forbes Tech News on Twitter

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Tired of sexism, this woman called out a lawyer for his LinkedIn message

LONDON — A British barrister who received a message from a male lawyer complimenting her "stunning picture" on LinkedIn has criticised him publicly for his "sexist" and "misogynistic behaviour."

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52 Hoover Dam build photos reveal the wonder of human invention
53 Olympus Air A01 Review: A taste of the future of photography
54 UK warns parents about '90s internet teen slang
55 A guide to cutting the cord on cable TV for good
56 Woman Says She Endured 8 Days In Psych Ward Because Cops Didn't Believe BMW Was Hers
57 NASA just released the first new images of Pluto since the New Horizons flyby
58 Guy masterfully trolls IKEA by posting fake reviews all over the store
59 Canon's 120-megapixel camera plumbs the depths of your pores
60 Windows 10 violates your privacy by default, here's how you can protect yourself
61 I Lived Alone in a Cabin in the Alaskan Wilderness
62 Verizon will start testing 5G technology next year
63 A comic predicted Apple inventing Microsoft's Surface three years ago
64 A woman stood blindfolded in a bikini to promote body positivity
65 Apple's iPad Pro event: A good day, a sad day for Microsoft - CNET
66 Canada must reclaim its role as a world leader
67 How to raise a black son in America
68 Scientists built the most powerful physics machine on earth to study the fate of our universe — and it may break the laws of physics
69 How to make stress your friend
70 Apple iPad Pro vs. Microsoft Surface Pro 3 vs. MacBook Air - CNET
71 Early 1900s portrait studio used cuddly cat as adorable prop
72 Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff built a $50 billion empire by following 7 lessons from his mentor turned nemesis Larry Ellison
73 PewResearch Internet on Twitter
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75 An honest guide to the San Francisco startup life
76 Facebook data suggests people from higher social class have fewer international friends
77 The downfall of Kinect: Why Microsoft gave up on its most promising product
78 Apple iPad Pro goes big, adds Pencil to draw in more users - CNET
79 Whoever Photoshopped Kanye's head onto North West deserves an award
80 Up close with Nintendo's Pokémon Go Plus wearable
81 In an unequal society, feeling richer than others makes you a jerk
82 Starcraft now works in the browser and it's amazing
83 ‘Pokémon Go’ Wants to Take Monster Battles to the Street
84 The last solar eclipse of the year is this weekend — here's how to watch
85 The best gift I ever survived
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87 Relax, Apple is not going to kill mobile advertising