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Maybe Trump Should Just Borrow Obama’s Campaign Logo

Flip and turn it orange and the logo changes completely.

Philips' new 4K TV transforms your living room into one huge screen

Philips made a splash at last year's IFA conference when it showed off a television set with embedded, handheld projectors that could take an image onscreen and extend it to the wall behind the...

What can I do to prevent my Android app from crashing?

In this Ask A Dev, Android engineer Kris Pena explains the necessary precautions to take before launching an Android app.

Italian actress attempts to do split on talk show; does not

Do not watch this video if you have ever attempted a split and failed, as it will bring back some rough memories.

Chrome 45 will drastically reduce RAM usage by clearing memory from idle tabs

Chrome users love it for its simplicity and power. Users lament it because it’s power consumptive and uses far too much memory. With Chrome 45, all that ch

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Community heartbroken after school 'fires' beloved crossing guard dog

Patches, the 5-year-old Maltipoo who helped owner Brad Curtis man a crosswalk for the Jersey Shore School District, has been fired.

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Your doctor may soon check your heart with a smartphone

An iPhone app could soon tell doctors if your heart is normal or not.

T-Pain sang the National Anthem for the Dodgers

T-Pain gave a patriotic performance at a Dodgers game this week.

Driverless golf carts get test run on Singapore island

Before you walk, you have to crawl. Similarly, before you have self-driving cars, you need autonomous golf carts, according to MIT.

Modern Stainless Steel Home Numbers DIY

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A Millenium Falcon drone can be yours starting Friday [VIDEO]

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Google’s Street View App Pairs With This 360-Degree Camera

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Base for iOS gives your photos the retro treatment

Instagram kicked off the trend for vintage-style mobile photography back in 2010 and since then photo filter apps have been a pretty big business. While fi

The new Star Wars BB-8 Droid is no match for a fleet of pouncy puppies

A group of puppies try to play with Star Wars BB-8 Droid toy, and are totally baffled.

The Riveting, Blackout-Inducing World of Plane Racing

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'Borderlands' is the latest backwards compatible game on Xbox One

Wondering what to do with your three day weekend? Turtle Rock Studios is hoping you'll (re)visit its co-op shooter Evolve , courtesy of a few days of free access on Xbox One and PC. Even if you already own it, it may be time to knock the dust off because besides the flood of players, it's unlocking all the DLC for you to try, and just permanently unlocked a new monster, the Meteor Goliath. Thanks to its 4-on-1, primarily multiplayer setup, having a strong base of online players is key, and this is one way to try and refresh the ranks. The free preview is already under way, wrapping up on the 7th, at 11:59PM PT on Xbox One, and at 10AM PT on PC.

Bring on the learning revolution!

In this poignant, funny follow-up to his fabled 2006 talk, Sir Ken Robinson makes the case for a radical shift from standardized schools to personalized learning — creating conditions where kids' natural talents can flourish.

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Upgrading it is slow and expensive work, but the new systems will eventually allow more trains to run on the same track.

Kentucky clerk Kim Davis jailed for refusing to issue gay marriage licenses

One of the plaintiffs in the gay marriage case in Kentucky also testified. April Miller said that she had voted for Davis, who later refused to sign her marriage license. Miller, a professor at Morehead State, said the past two months had been demoralizing for her and her partner. She was asked during a court hearing Thursday whether a license would validate her marriage.

You can now buy Star Wars' adorable BB-8 droid and let it patrol your home

As with past Sphero products, your smartphone is essential to interacting with BB-8: all interfacing (and indeed all of the sound effects) happens via an iOS or Android device. BB-8 can be imprecise — I dare say "moody" — in how it responds to manual driving. That’s especially true when you first get it moving; there seems to be a preprogrammed maneuver where it goes backwards for a few seconds too long, as if it’s "winding up" to move (and to be fair, this thing's top speed is pretty damn fast). Once it’s in motion, however, steering becomes fairly intuitive. BB-8 also has several patterns you can trigger, such as a figure eight, but more importantly, it can be prompted to convey several "emotions" like nodding yes, shaking its head no, and something that’s either joy or panic, I’m still not sure which. You can reportedly use voice commands to drive it as well, although we couldn’t get it to work in the early build of the app we used.

Apple reportedly announcing a 4K iMac in October

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Measuring what makes life worthwhile

When the dotcom bubble burst, hotelier Chip Conley went in search of a business model based on happiness. In an old friendship with an employee and in the wisdom of a Buddhist king, he learned that success comes from what you count.

Pesticides, Not Mites, Cause Honeybee Colony Collapse - D-brief

Thiamethoxam wasn’t mentioned in this study, but assuming it is also a problem it could be replaced. I still think, usually one study or a few studies by the same thing doesn’t settle this, because I have also read many studies that point to food sources, paristates, weather cycles, and others as being a factor. If the pesticide is a large enough factor that its removal would allow bees not to be 100% but at survival levels, then it should be easy to show with having bee populations in sheltered areas. I don’t know how easy it would be to create areas large enough that are free of the 3 mentioned pesticides but I am sure it can be done. I hope they get to the bottom of this sooner rather than later or we might end up needing robot bees to fertilize many of our plants.

Here's how you can help during the refugee crisis in Europe

From learning the real issues to supporting both large organizations and grassroots efforts alike, here are six concrete ways you can help during the refugee crisis.

The mystery of Devil's Kettle Falls

A few miles south of the U.S.-Canadian border, the Brule River flows through Minnesota’s Judge C. R. Magney State Park, where it drops 800 feet in an 8-mile span, creating several waterfalls. A mile and a half north of the shore of Lake Superior, a thick knuckle of rhyolite rock juts out, dividing the river dramatically at the crest of the falls. To the east, a traditional waterfall carves a downward path, but to the west, a geological conundrum awaits visitors. A giant pothole, the Devil’s Kettle, swallows half of the Brule and no one has any idea where it goes. The consensus is that there must be an exit point somewhere beneath Lake Superior, but over the years, researchers and the curious have poured dye, pingpong balls, even logs into the kettle, then watched the lake for any sign of them. So far, none has ever been found.

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British teenager creates genius website to combat parking tickets

18-year-old Joshua Browder, who is leaving London for a place at Stanford University this month and is clearly something of a budding tech genius, created after falling victim to a series of parking tickets – a website that automatically generates parking ticket appeal letters using previously successful defences as templates.

Mobile Messaging and Social Media 2015

Both of these kinds of apps are particularly popular among young adults. Half (49%) of smartphone owners ages 18 to 29 use messaging apps, while 41% use apps that automatically delete sent messages. These apps are free, and when connected to Wi-Fi, they do not use up SMS (Short Messaging Service) or other data. Furthermore, they offer a more private kind of social interaction than traditional social media platforms such as Facebook or Twitter.

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Huawei is the new Samsung

Samsung's meteoric rise as a smartphone maker began with the Galaxy S, a 2010 Android handset with some high specs and more than a passing resemblance to the iPhone. That formula of pushing the limits of specs and the boundaries of Apple's intellectual property is now being reprised by Huawei. But the Chinese giant, better known for its telecom equipment, isn't limiting itself to Apple — it's taking inspiration and borrowing ideas from every device maker around, while still finding ways to distinguish itself with unique specs in an already oversaturated Android phone market.

5 Gorgeous Hospitals That Show How Good Design Can Improve Patients' Lives

"Qualities like natural light, views to nature, and quiet and clean patient rooms all contribute to a positive patient experience," Habjan says. "Planning that keeps caregivers closer to the patient and environments that give them a sense of control serve to support the healing process. Conversely, facilities designed without the patient in mind can be particularly stressful and depressing to someone already in a vulnerable state."

The Fight to Save Atlantic City

Hauke hoped that, in spite of such annoyances, Revel would either provide him with an income stream or else buy him out. A few neighborhood property owners said that it would never happen. They’d been holding on for years themselves, in the hope of selling to a big casino, and in the interim they’d been gutted by rising property taxes and ongoing decay. The problem was that the area was zoned for big casino-hotels. You couldn’t build a house, and the few houses left in the neighborhood—most had been demolished or had burned down, accidentally or not—were old and badly battered by the salt air. One of them, down near the beach, across the street from a run-down low-income housing complex called the Waterside, belonged to a teacher Hauke had got to know named Tony Zarych, who’d moved to Atlantic City as a teen-ager forty years earlier, when his family was buying up property around town. He’d worked as a baccarat dealer at the Sands, until it closed (it was demolished in 2007), and now taught English as a second language at an elementary school. He liked to hunt wild turkey offshore and sometimes had carcasses hanging outside.

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Teens, Technology and Friendships

Overall, 72% of teens ages 13 to 17 play video games on a computer, game console or portable device. Fully 84% of boys play video games, significantly higher than the 59% of girls who play games. Playing video games is not necessarily a solitary activity; teens frequently play video games with others. Teen gamers play games with others in person (83%) and online (75%), and they play games with friends they know in person (89%) and friends they know only online (54%). They also play online with others who are not friends (52%). With so much game-playing with other people, video gameplay, particularly over online networks, is an important activity through which boys form and maintain friendships with others:

The US egg lobby is afraid of plants

The US egg industry worked closely with a government official and a major public relations firm to target Hampton Creek,  The Guardian reports , on the belief that the food company's plant-based mayonnaise represented a threat to its business. Emails obtained under a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request show that the American Egg Board (AEB), egg industry executives, and an official from the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) discussed several strategies to bring down Hampton Creek and its Just Mayo mayonnaise alternative, which outgoing AEB president Joanne Ivy described as "a crisis and major threat to the future of the egg product business" in an August 2013 email.

Standoff in Hungary with refugees stuck on train to nowhere

“The refugees we met on Kos have fled war and persecution in countries including Syria, Afghanistan and Iraq. They include children, some with their families but others travelling alone. The hellish conditions the refugees are now forced to endure and the official indifference to their plight are appalling,” said Kondylia Gogou, Greece Researcher at Amnesty International in a statement.

Michigan Newspaper Claims the Large Hadron Collider Is Being Used as a "Stargate"

Bad news, citizens of Earth: those evil physicists at CERN are once again hellbent on vaporizing the Earth and ending the universe as we know it as the Large Hadron Collider ramps up to unprecedented energies. That’s according to Lonnie Robinson , intrepid correspondent/prophet of doom for The Daily Reporter in Coldwater, Michigan, who sees the signs of our imminent destruction everywhere he looks (including The Simpsons ). He even pegs the specific day on which we can probably expect global annihilation: September 24, 2015.

The Mad Max video game is, in its very design, anti-fun

After one such base — which I backtrack through to escape, because the fun option, jumping down the side of the building, leads to my death — I find myself staring into the wasteland, a man gone mad, much like Max: mad because the game has driven me crazy, and mad because I feel the critical obligation to keep playing, because upgrades to the car, like flames bursting from its sides, make the game a little more enjoyable. But those come after the window for returns, and frankly, I can’t recommend anybody give a couple hours of their valuable time to something built from the ground up to be a fun game that isn’t fun.

XYZ Printing introduces $199 handheld 3D scanner

At IFA 2015 , the company introduced a $199 handheld 3D scanner. The stylish "U"-shaped device connects to your computer via a USB 3.0 connection. As you wave it slowly around people and objects it captures 3D images (you can monitor the capture process on the computer) that you can later print on one of the XYZ printers, or any others that support STL and OBJ formats.

The Singapore elections expressed through the beauty of haiku

SINGAPORE — If politics isn't your thing this election season, maybe some humourous haiku will change your mind.

Roll with the Empire in Stormtrooper-inspired Uber cars

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Report: Piracy levels drop in Australia thanks to Netflix, Stan and Presto

Erin Turner, campaigns manager at Choice, told Mashable Australia that studying piracy rates is always a challenge since you are asking people about their own illicit behaviour. Nevertheless, she believes the results are a good indication of the state of copyright infringement in Australia, as participants were assured of their anonymity and the study was weighted for considerations like age, gender and location to make it representative. "If anything, it's probably under-reporting behaviour, but we are seeing real trends," she said.

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Bill Nye tell journalists to stop calling climate change deniers ‘skeptics’ ->  #science

MashTalk: Reading too much into Google's new logo and recapping IFA

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Robots will be fighting against pesky starfish on the Great Barrier Reef

Looking like a mini-submarine, the water-going robot uses the latest advances in machine learning and image recognition to make sure it's only targeting the pest starfish and not touching coral. The vision system is autonomous, Dunbabin said, but if it has any doubts, the machine takes an image of the unknown item and sends it back to the lab for a human to have the final say.

IFA Day 1: 4K Smartphones and water-cooled laptops

IFA started with a bang as Sony whipped out the Xperia Z5 Premium , a smartphone that comes with the "world's first" 5.5-inch 4K display. That was swiftly followed by the launch of Huawei's Mate S , a phone that's designed to kill the iPhone 6 Plus by basically copying its every design feature. Then there was ASUS' new gaming laptop that's so powerful it needs its own water pump to keep it cool. We took some time to bring you the most exciting announcements from the show floor, so don't hesitate before hitting that play button.

Britain says it will take in 'thousands more' Syrian refugees

In the past few days the government has faced increasing pressure to do more about the refugee crisis. Thousands of British people signed petitions and made their views heard on social media, demanding more action after the publication of a photo that showed a three-year-old Syrian boy drowned on a beach in Turkey. Toddler Alan Kurdi from Kobane died along with his brother and mother while trying to reach the Greek island of Kos.

Officer Shot Own Cruiser In Fabricated Story About Attack

A police officer in Millis, Massachusetts, who claimed that he'd crashed his cruiser Wednesday after coming under attack by a gunman in fact lied about the entire incident, according to local police.

Force Friday: May the Force be with your bank account - CNET

If you're trying to steer clear of any "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" spoilers, you should probably stop reading this and any other upcoming articles on "Star Wars" toys, since many of these products reveal the names of characters, ships, weapons, battles and planets. In fact, unplug your computer and don't go back online again until January 2016 if you really want to be on the safe side.

Why Self Promotion Isn’t Always a Bad Marketing Approach

Daniel Im so glad you wrote this post! As an artist and designer, since my brand is my work, its always a fine line between educating the consumer or bothering our followers. In our Pillow Talk quarterly newsletter Ive always believed in supporting and promoting other artists/designers and their events ( and ours). I write a note to our supporters catching them up on whats happening at our studio and sharen lots of photos. But newsletter got too large and I wanted to broaden our audience thru social media. So when I started to blog and make switch, it was a challenge and learning curve. Actually I could write a whole post about this!! Long story short, I do a mix of both. I self promote so more people know about our brand but I also make sure I blog about other things important to me. Still getting my groove on as a blogger but it is getting a little easier. Where I worry about self promoting is on Facebook. But I agree, theres a difference between blatant self promotion and educating your readers about your brand. Thanks for initiating convo on this important subject!

It’s Now Possible to 3-D Print Transparent Glass | MIT Technology Review

To achieve this, the printer needs separate heating systems for each stage of the manufacturing process. The molten glass ink is housed in a crucible above the nozzle, where heating coils maintain the desired temperature. The glass flows from the crucible into a custom nozzle, where separate heating coils keep it hot enough to flow and without sticking to the inside. Finally, objects are built inside a third heating chamber, which is kept just above the temperature at which the glass turns solid. This allows the printed objects to be cooled in a gradual, controlled way so that they don’t break.

Bang and Olufsen's BeoPlay A6 is a $1,000 wireless speaker

Inside the BeoPlay A6 there's a pair of 60-watt 5.5-inch woofers, a pair of 30-watt 0.75-inch tweeters, and a single 60-watt 1.5-inch "full-range" speaker, each with its own amplifier. That full-range unit's actually positioned in the opposite direction to the others; B&O says that "allows us to maximize the spaciousness of the sound you experience," which is another way of saying that they're bouncing sound off the wall behind the speaker. That music can come from a number of sources: It supports AirPlay, DLNA, Bluetooth and has "integrated access" to streaming services like Spotify, Deezer and TuneIn radio. Of course, it'll also play nice with the company's new multi-room setup , allowing you to look down on those "cheap" Sonos users from your penthouse.

Robots Lay Three Times as Many Bricks as Construction Workers | MIT Technology Review

The robot is able to do all of this using a set of algorithms, a handful of sensors that measure incline angles, velocity, and orientation, and a laser. The laser is rigged up between two poles at the extreme left and right sides of the robot’s work space, and moves up and down the wall as work progresses to act as an anchor point for the robot. Without this, the robot would not know exactly where to lay brick, or how to assess its motion on the scaffold relative to where the wall is.

OK, that plane debris is now officially, definitely, from MH370

The French Ministry of Justice has now officially, absolutely, definitely, postively confirmed that the piece of plane debris that washed up on the island of Réunion in late July belonged to MH370, the jetliner that disappeared in March 2014 with 237 people onboard.

What Goes On

Kruppa, who had met Morrison in 1969 when he and Reed stopped by to discuss the Velvet Underground and their collaboration with Andy Warhol with his mixed media class, was a VU devotee. He now had the chance to bring Morrison to the University of Texas, so he slipped the recent City College of New York graduate’s application to the top of the pile. Once it was official, he called Morrison, who happened to be in Texas at the time. Morrison had an important choice to make: Join the nebulous, difficult world of academia in a wholly unfamiliar city, or slog on with the faltering remains of what was once among the greatest rock bands in the world, one that he had founded and nurtured throughout his 20s.

Google's driverless cars skirt deer and pedestrians in Texas

By the looks of things, Google's self-driving cars have been learning a lot in Austin, Texas . In its first report since it began testing autonomous vehicles in the city, the company details the challenges its cars have had to face while driving on its roads. For instance, they've been spotting and avoiding a lot of deer, some of which might have ended up as road kill if they happened to come across ordinary vehicles instead. The system also had to learn to identify new infrastructure, such as horizontal traffic signals. Google has learned, however, that one of the major problems it has to tackle is pedestrians stepping off the curb onto the road while hidden by other vehicles.

HOWTO: Twitter DM with OTR

With the recent removal of the 140-character limit in Direct Messages by Twitter, DM's have now become a much more useful platform for communicating between individuals and groups. Sadly, DM's are still sent in plaintext between users and Twitter has no plans currently on encrypting these messages, at least as of August 2015. Since these are stored in plaintext at rest, an adversary can see the content of the message you are sending, which the two parties might not wish to happen. Fortunately as a few applications with basic Twitter support which also have excellent support for OTR, all hope isn't lost and it is possible to have the dream of end-to-end encrypted DMs, without the headache that copying and pasting PGP messages might bring.


Re Science is a peer-reviewed journal that targets computational research and encourages the explicit replication of already published research, promoting new and open-source implementations in order to ensure that the original research is reproducible. To achieve such a goal, the whole editing chain is radically different from any other traditional scientific journal. Re Science lives on github where each new implementation is made available together with comments, explanations and tests. Each submission takes the form of a pull request that is publicly reviewed and tested in order to guarantee that any researcher can re-use it. If you ever replicated computational results from the literature in your research, Re Science is the perfect place to publish this new implementation.

Google's new 'Fun Facts' feature is a procrastinator's dream

If you’re feeling a bit bored today, type the phrase “fun facts” into the Google search box… Have you done it?

Artist fights stigma by drawing mental health disorders as monsters

"I have received so many wonderful messages from people who live with one or many of the disorders I have drawn, each telling me how much the work means to them and how it has helped them to think about their condition in a different or more positive way," he said. "Of course, due to the sensitive subject matter, I have also received some negative feedback but that's to be expected and I respect people's opinions on the work."

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Freshen Your Mattress with Baking Soda and Essential Oils

Mattresses can get a bit stale over time and are notoriously hard to clean. But you can freshen up your mattress in no time with a little help from one of our favorite cleaning supplies—baking soda.

Here's how Steam will soon work better with TVs and controllers

The new interface is still a little buggy — that’s what the beta channel’s for, after all. I saw UI elements rendered halfway off the screen in the Windows version, and while the Mac client seemed more visually stable sometimes it’d load as a black screen or crash altogether. The UI is also clearly targeting 16:9 TVs above all else, as it shows black bars on my 1920 x 1200 monitors. But it’s clear Valve is thinking hard about how to make PC gaming easier from the couch, and hopefully the issues will be ironed out in time for the Steam Controller’s launch. A Steam Machine may not be a wise purchase for now , but more and more people may find that it's not the worst idea in the world to just hook up a PC to your TV .

The Wirecutter's best deals: the Pebble Steel, Fitbit Charge HR and more

The Nest 2.0 is our pick for best smart thermostat . Jason Snell said, "The $250 second-generation Nest Learning Thermostat (introduced in 2012) is the leader of this category for a reason. Its learning mode automatically programs the thermostat based on your home and usage, its industrial design is the best, and it works with many other smart-home devices. The Nest offers the best combination of style and substance, its software and apps are solid and elegant, and it integrates with more smart devices than any of its competitors—for now."

Scientists used a 3D printer to determine the 'perfect' penis size

The women were told to choose which of the 3D-printed penises they preferred for longterm relationships, and which size they preferred for one night stands. The overall results showed that, on average, participants considered 6.3-inches long with a 4.8-inch circumference to be the perfect size for a longterm partner. A one night stand, on the other hand, was considered ideal at 6.4-inches long, with a 5-inch circumference.

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57 Cat Street View is a furry, feline way to explore Japan
58 Ricoh's upgraded its Theta spherical camera in all the important ways
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63 Bing can now help you tune your guitar and keep a beat
64 Protected branches and required status checks
65 You need to pay attention to Switzerland as a startup nation
66 Amazon buys video processing company Elemental Technologies to bolster AWS
67 Teens aren't interested in your big TV
68 T-Mobile introduces native video calling to take on Skype and FaceTime
69 Tesla to Unveil $35K Model 3 in March
70 NASA's iconic 'worm' logo and design manual are getting a new lease of life
71 TomTom's newest fitness watch plays music too
72 Everything Samsung announced today at IFA 2015
73 T-Mobile lets you dial up a video chat just like a regular call
74 Guest Post: Try Radar for Your Next Project
75 Wacky image creation tool Byte is now available on iOS
76 Ricoh launches the Theta S 360-degree spherical camera for creative, tech savvy consumers
77 Snapdragon 820 mobile processor promises better performance
78 Inside Facebook's plan to build a better school
79 Here's why sometimes we need to see horrific images of death
80 Hey Male CEOs, It’s Your Turn to Take Parental Leave
81 How can technology better help humanity? Here are some ideas