Chart: The iPhone 6 - Lots Of People Are Getting Ready To Upgrade

Somewhat unsurprisingly, upgrade potential is much lower amongst the owners of newer iPhones – 36 percent of iPhone 5, 24 percent of 5S and  just 15 percent of 5C owners are planning to make the switch to something newer. All eyes, especially those glaring at the dated screens of those now ancient iPhone 3Gs, will be glued to Apple’s launch event at Cupertino on September 9th.

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How to Install an SSD in a PlayStation 4

Once you’re at the PS4′s Safe Mode menu, select the “Initialize PS4 (Reinstall System Software)” option, which should be seventh on the list from the top of the screen. Your PS4 will scan the flash drive you plugged in for the update file that you downloaded using your computer. It may take 20 or 30 seconds, but the next screen that comes up will take you through some simple instructions on how to install the PS4′s operating system onto the SSD you just put in the console. This part of the process isn’t complicated at all; you’ll just have to press the X button on your PS4 controller a few times.

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Light pink/white PS Vita announced for Japan

Sony announced a new pink PlayStation Vita system during its SCEJA Press Conference today. The back of the system is light pink and the front-facing part is white. Sony will launch the pretty new Vita on November 13 in Japan. It will cost players 18,980 yen (roughly $182.20). [Image: Sony]

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The Weirdest Eating Patterns Of Each U.S. State

Pennsylvania claims the hoagie because it’s on more than a third of menus across the state, while only 6% of menus nationwide have hoagies on them. Meanwhile, it’s actually New Jersey that claims the cheesesteak as its most distinctive dish, not because it’s on more menus than it is in Pennsylvania, but because, with all respect to New Jersey, the state has nothing more original on its menus.

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PAX 2014: Halo: Master Chief Collection’s Lockout is Better Than You Remember It - IGN

But the year 2004 collides head-on with 2014 when I play Halo 2 multiplayer, and although this is relatively a good thing for a lot of reasons, it still comes with a few caveats. But first, the good news: Visually, Lockout (and Halo 2 for that matter) have neither looked nor sounded better. The audio/visual update to this decade-old game goes a long way. Detailed graphics and lighting cover up the blurry textures of old, and it looks and feels a lot like the version of Lockout as you remember it in your head -- A pristine vision of elegant multiplayer design that hasn't been matched. In line with an idea introduced in Halo Reach, one of the few Halo games cast out from this hefty collection, the different areas of the map are conveniently labeled on-screen to help teammates better communicate their location.

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Nude celebrity picture leak looks like phishing or email account hack

He said that the obsessive behaviour of those who try to hack such accounts was like “butterfly collectors”. “They just like to collect this stuff. Perhaps what has happened here is that someone stumbled across a stash of these accounts and logins on somewhere like Dropbox. Or they have been at work for a long time to get at them. Or they hacked someone’s email account and got at their address book, and then phished other people. My suspicion is that this isn’t an iCloud security flaw as such.”

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New Ad Council PSA Asks: Are You Ready for Disaster?

What comes to mind when you think of emergency preparedness? The over-the-top hoarding of doomsday preppers? Finding enough storage room for a year’s worth of water? Mastering a defense tactic to ward off the zombie apocalypse? While popular culture has made the notion of organizing oneself for disaster the stuff of blockbusters, the reality of ensuring your family is safe in the event of a catastrophe is much, much simpler. It starts with making sure everyone stays together.

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German court orders Uber to suspend services across the country

It’s not the first ban Uber’s faced in Germany, but it is the first country-wide ban and the stakes are much higher this time — up to €250,000 per infraction, plus possible jail time.

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China Gives Microsoft 20 Days to Explain Problems

BEIJING—Chinese officials gave Microsoft Corp. 20 days to explain what they called compatibility and bundling issues with its software, putting pressure on the software maker as it faces an antitrust probe into its business practices here.

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These Cleaning Bots Work for Less Than Minimum Wage

bathrooms will become easier to clean by being reinvented. just like what the dyson airblade has done to the paper towel dispenser. asia pacific countries have already made innovations; for example the bidet reduces/eliminates the need for toilet paper replacement. if you redesign the shape of the toilet (e.g., there are some toilets that are just a hole in the ground and the fancier ones have two demarcations where your feet will go as you squat down--which is incidentally also a healthier/more-effective way to poop) so that it has surfaces designed for easy cleaning with no hard-to-reach places, then tiled the bathroom from top to bottom so it was water-tight, you could then include shower heads that also face the toilet. at 2am every night the bathroom could have an automatic door lock while it begins a 30minute hot steam clean of itself :)

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Microsoft Continues Its Campaign Against A US Warrant Demanding Overseas Data | TechCrunch

Profits are at risk. Modern technology companies vend cloud-based services to a global user base — if any one country can use domestic warrants to command access to the data of all companies that are headquartered within its borders, regardless of where the information in question is physically stored, no company can protect the data of users who hail from other countries from its own government. That would harm the company’s ability to sell services to those potential international customers.

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This 'summer camp for startups' in Michigan graduates its second class (exclusive)

But the Coolhouse Labs team had an epiphany following its first class of graduates as to how to differentiate the program from others: Build a talented product design team to help, guide, and mentor its young startups in a very hands-on approach. If its startups don’t come from an area rich in technical talent, Coolhouse Labs can help them with design and prototyping, which are just as important in today’s market as the original idea.

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How to Protect Your Photos (Nude or Otherwise) From Hackers on iCloud

The photos in My Photo Stream are stored on Apple's iCloud servers. Apple stores photos you've taken in the last 30 days. This can be a useful way to sync photos between devices; if you take a photo on your iPhone, it'll also show up on your iPad and Mac or PC. It's also a good automatic backup should you lose your phone after that magical vacation.

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This Labor Day, Reflect On Diversity And The Future | TechCrunch

2014 is the year that work became a central point of discussion in Silicon Valley. For the engineers and knowledge workers in the region, issues of diversity and inclusion finally got their turn in the limelight, forcing us to question our deeply-held views about the meritocracy of Silicon Valley.

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Innovation Uncensored San Francisco 2014

The Incredible, Edible World Behind Hampton Creek’s Food Innovation Kitchen - Plants have the power to change how we eat, and one start up is demonstrating how. Step inside the R&D kitchen at Hampton Creek for a behind-the-scenes conversation and cooking demonstration about the science of taste and how food will continue to evolve. Hosted by: Josh Tetrick, Co-Founder and CEO, Hampton Creek; Chris Jones, Director of Culinary Innovation, Hampton Creek; Ben Roche, Research and Development Chef, Hampton Creek. Hosted by Josh Tetrick, Co-founder and CEO, Hampton Creek; Chris Jones, Director of Culinary Innovation, Hampton Creek; Ben Roche, Research and Development Chef, Hampton Creek

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China gives Microsoft 20 days to provide explanation in anti-trust probe

"(A) special investigation team conducted an anti-monopoly investigation inquiry with Microsoft Vice President Chen Shi (David Chen), and required that Microsoft make a written explanation within 20 days," the SAIC said in a statement on its website.

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Chinese Internet Giant Tencent Invests $70 Million In Healthcare Group DXY | TechCrunch

Martin Lau, president of Tencent, said that company has been closely following China’s healthcare industry. “With a rich pool of over two million professional doctors, we understand that DXY is an industry leader in the healthcare industry. Tencent is capable of connecting DXY’s talented pool of healthcare professionals and their medical knowledge database with tens of millions of users. This improves the ease of which our users can access healthcare information and professional medical help.”

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Why You Need To Stop Thinking You Are Too Busy To Take Breaks

Our brains have two modes: the “focused mode,” which we use when we’re doing things like learning something new, writing or working) and “diffuse mode,” which is our more relaxed, daydreamy mode when we’re not thinking so hard. You might think that the focused mode is the one to optimize for more productivity, but diffuse mode plays a big role, too.

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Press Fit Standing Desk Review: An Affordable Option With U.S. Manufacturing And Materials | TechCrunch

Yamnitsky sent over one of the first production prototypes off of the line so that I could check it out in action, and it’s impressive out of the box. Assembly, even on my own, took about 5 minutes, and most of that time was spent removing bubble wrap from the individual pieces. There’s no hardware, nails or screws to deal with, and yet the desk feels solid and doesn’t exhibit any noticeable shake when you’re typing away on your laptop while standing. Plus it breaks apart in less than a minute for easy transportation to another room or a new location.

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Microsoft just teased Windows 9 by mistake

Microsoft hasn't officially discussed Windows 9 yet, but its Chinese division is keen to get people talking about the upcoming OS. In a  Weibo posting today, Microsoft China asked "Microsoft’s latest OS Windows 9 is coming soon, do you think the start menu at the left bottom will make a come back?" A Windows 9 logo,  mocked up as a wallpaper earlier this year, accompanied the post before it was quickly removed, and Chinese site  Cnbeta spotted it . It was clearly a mistake, but the wording suggests Windows 9 is indeed "coming soon."

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Jennifer Lawrence photo leak: Let's stop calling this hacking 'The Fappening' - Telegraph

While #Fappening2014 may sadly be an accurate summation of how some people will be reacting to this hacking (for peeping toms - the internet is a goldmine after all), that doesn’t mean it's something we need to raise every time we discuss this crime. It also isn’t something that these young, female victims need to hear or read either. So for their sakes', if nothing else, let's just stop calling this widespread violation of privacy ‘The Fappening’.

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The iWatch Is Not Apple's Next Big Thing

HealthKit is a platform or set of APIs to allow Apple and third parties to link sensors, wearables, and other health-related apps to the iPhone and, via an Apple app, aggregate and compile data in a single location for a user to see and digest. Or in essence, each device's sensors monitor certain health-related items but all of the data from each device is stored in each app individually. If these apps are written to the HealthKit API, that data can be pooled and organized inside an Apple Health app on the iPhone for analysis of a person's health data.

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RunScribe Is A Wearable For Granular Gait Analysis | TechCrunch

What exactly does runScribe measure? A full 13 kinematic metrics (with its Pro pack) captured via the 9-axis sensor within the device, including stride length, pronation, contact time, swing excursion and stance excursion. It uses these metrics to create a runScore so the user can easily compare one run with another, i.e. without having to drill down into all the individual metrics every time — although that remains entirely possible with the full service. And desirable if you are, for instance, trying out a new pair of kicks to decide whether they are appropriate for your running style.

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Resident Evil: Revelations 2 confirmed for early 2015 [update]

As part of today's Sony Computer Entertainment event in Japan, Capcom showcased content from its popular Resident Evil survival horror franchise. The first trailer debuted for the definitive version of the critically acclaimed masterpiece Resident Evil. Fans of classic survival horror can get their first look at the visual upgrades they can expect by downloading the trailer as well as brand new artwork and screens from the Capcom press site now. The game is set for release on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, PlayStation® 3 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, Xbox 360 games and entertainment system from Microsoft and PC in early 2015. Also at the event, Capcom unveiled Resident Evil Revelations 2. The title is planned for release in early 2015 on PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. More information and official details for Resident Evil Revelations 2 will be available in the near future so please stay tuned. The live-action teaser trailer for the game is available to check out at the official Resident Evil YouTube page.

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Buy Smash Bros. 3DS, Wii U, earn epic public entrances

After Super Smash Bros. launches on 3DS, you can walk along to your personal anthem from its soundtrack. If you're lucky enough, your song might land on the dual-disc sampling offered to Club Nintendo members, which would ensure you'd have a copy to lend audio personnel whenever a triumphant public entrance is needed. In order to get the soundtrack selection seen above, fans in North America and Europe will need to register codes from both the 3DS and Wii U versions of Smash on their Club Nintendo account. A track list and estimated release date are currently unknown, but the NA Club Nintendo page fittingly teases that further details are still coming.

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How To Present A Successful Hackathon Demo | TechCrunch

It’s sad to stay up for three days building something awesome only to bomb the demo presentation. It’s no surprise it happens: you’re exhausted and racing to finish your project, with little time to plan your words, and only a few minutes to say them. So here’s some advice on how to give a great hackathon presentation.

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Netflix Lets You Privately Recommend TV Shows via Facebook

Netflix today launched a new social recommendation feature to let its users suggest movies and TV shows to their Facebook friends. It is available starting today on the Netflix website, iOS, PS3, Xbox, and many set-top boxes and smart TVs, though the company says it will be adding additional platforms “in the coming months.”

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Umstrittener Fahrdienst: Gericht stoppt Uber in ganz Deutschland - SPIEGEL ONLINE

Frankfurt am Main - Travis Kalanick, der Chef von Uber, k�mpft nach eigenen Angaben gegen ein "Arschloch namens Taxi". Nun hat der um markige Worte selten verlegene Manager in Deutschland einen herben R�ckschlag erlitten. Das Landgericht in Frankfurt am Main hat in einem Eilverfahren eine einstweilige Verf�gung gegen den umstrittenen Fahrdienst erlassen - und Uber damit vorl�ufig in ganz Deutschland gestoppt.

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25 Dazzling Electric Zoo Festival Photos on Instagram

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Mashr Resurrects A Tinder Experiment To Make You A Matchmaker | TechCrunch

In addition to the primary one-to-one matching aspect of the app, Mashr has a few gamification aspects to galvanize users to mash their friends together. MashPlay is a timed game where you try to match as many friends together as quickly as possible. MashFeed shows a list of all the mashes people are making–not just the successful ones. This aspect of the app is intriguing, but could backfire. The team hopes it will cause people to check the feed regularly to see who of their friends might be getting matched, but many people wouldn’t want others to see who they’re being matched with.

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Apple inks deals with Amex and others for iPhone 6 mobile payments, report says

While many retailers are yet to include technology for accepting payment from NFC-enabled mobile devices, Apple’s expected adoption of the technology into a phone expected to sell in huge numbers could push many businesses to take a closer look at offering such an option.

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Windows XP’s Market Share Fell By Less Than 1% In August | TechCrunch

According to Net Applications , Windows XP’s global desktop market share fell from 24.82 percent in July, to 23.89 percent in August. That’s just under one percentage point in a full month. At that pace, it will take more than two years for Windows XP’s market share to fully dissipate.

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Sony Japan & Asia presser round-up: Fives alive on PS4

While some of you were snoozing, Sony Computer Entertainment Japan & Asia had a little shindig ahead of this month's Tokyo Game Show, and it was news-stuffed. If you want you can re-watch the whole shebang here , all two hours or so of it... on your precious day off. Just in case you'd rather not, we've compiled a list of the highlights below the break. Bloodborne (Gamescom 2014) The overriding theme of the show was games newly confirmed for PS4, arguably topped by the surprise reveal of Persona 5 (above.) Yes, for Sony's latest console. It's not the only new 5 that was announced for the system today, after Nippon Ichi Software finally drew the curtain on Disgaea 5. Japan does love a crossover. You've seen Dynasty Warriors meets Zelda, now take a look at Dynasty Warriors meets Dragon Quest in Dragon Quest Heroes. There's still time for Demon's Souls meets Nintendogs, Japanese games industry. Talking of Demon's Souls, From Software's Bloodborne now has a February 5 release date in Japan. Still no word on a concrete ETA for the West. Meanwhile, Capcom confirmed the much suspected Resident Evil: Revelations 2 is indeed creeping around the corner.

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Vandrico Wants To Become The Wearables Platform For The Workplace | TechCrunch

As Tudela told me, the idea here is to create a very flexible platform that allows businesses to deploy wearables to their employees, no matter whether that business is a mining company, utility or a small business. For the most part right now, the platform is mostly about being able to send alerts to users. Because it’s completely platform agnostic, a worker could be wearing a smartwatch, a head-mounted display like Google Glass or any other wearable.

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Washington Post Publisher Steps Down a Year After Bezos Acquisition

The greatest honor of my life has been serving as publisher of The Post these past seven years, working with all of you.  Now, after 17 years at this great institution, it is time for me to explore other opportunities.   I make this announcement with mixed emotions. I am enormously excited about this new era at The Post , but I will miss all of you tremendously.     The Post will be in excellent hands.  Effective Oct. 1, 2014, Fred Ryan, will become Publisher and CEO. Fred is a seasoned and well-respected executive with a track record of success at the helm of Politico and Allbritton Communications.  He knows Washington, and he knows media.  Fred is excited to take the helm and to meet all of you.   Fred and I will work closely together to ensure a smooth and easy transition. I will remain available as an advisor to him and to The Post through the end of the year.   I want to take a moment to tell you how proud I am of the talent we have in this company – both in the newsroom and business operations.  I promised you when I started that it would never be boring. Promise kept.

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Startup Mentors — How Do You Filter Out The Good, The Bad And The Ugly? | TechCrunch

In light of the recent brouhaha over the actions of a particular European investor who had a habit of attaching himself to accelerators as a ‘mentor’, it seems an appropriate time to do a quick rundown on the kinds of things entrepreneurs need to look for in genuine potential mentor to them and their companies. Because, in case you have been hiding under a rock, there a lot of new ’mentors’ flooding towards technology startups, and it would be good if everyone had a clear idea of how this relationship should play out.

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This Selfie-Friendly Camera Is Good for Non-Egomaniacal Photography, Too | Gadget Lab | WIRED

Of course, you don’t have to use this camera to take selfies, but the tilting 3-inch touchscreen is a unique twist on an existing design. In “selfie mode,” which is automatically enabled when the LCD screen is tipped all the way down to face forward, you get a pared-down UI that lets you tap the screen to focus and shoot quickly. By flipping downward instead of upward, the hotshoe and control dials don’t obscure the lower portion of the screen, and it’ll let you frame duck-face shots from more-flattering angles.

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Typing Writer Turns Your iPad Into A Typewriter (And No, It Wasn’t Created By Tom Hanks) | TechCrunch

Elliott stopped by the TechCrunch New York office a few weeks ago to show off the app — I haven’t used both of them, but judging from what’s been written, the Hanx Writer app emphasizes nostalgia for things like the sound of the typewriter, while Typing Writer may be more of a practical writing tool, with an emphasis on moving forward as you write, rather than constantly going back and tinkering. (To that end, it also comes with first drafts from writers like Jim Shepard, Melissa Febos, Aimee Brill, and Rick Moody.)

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Customizable 3D Printed Jewelry

This project was driven by a desire to use 3D printed plastic in combination with other materials. My collaborator Kristina Larsen (Instructables member Kristinaliv ) and I have been using felt for a variety of other projects and the bright colors, matte finish, and unexpected material juxtaposition made it just the thing for this piece. For our first prototype we made a closed tube and needle-felted wool roving into the cage to make the inlay. This was really time consuming and didn't look as good as crisp as we had hoped. Our second version incorporated readily available sheets of polyester craft felt and a removable cap with a twist-off flange, but the flange wasn't robust enough for repeated usage. The version we decided to go with has a simple press-fit cap and uses sheet felt for a clean finish. The cap is robust enough to stand repeated use, so you can switch out the inlay felt for a variety of colors, depending on your mood.

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Ukrainian Forces Retreat From Luhansk Airport

Meanwhile, Russia's foreign minister said on Monday that diplomats at a new round of talks on easing the crisis in Ukraine must push for an immediate, unconditional cease-fire between Ukrainian government troops and pro-Russian separatists.

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Swatch to launch smartwatch 'next summer' - Telegraph

Swatch is planning to launch a smartwatch next summer in a bid to grab a slice of the wearable technology market, expected to be worth $30 billion ($18bn) by 2018.

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An Interactive Ceiling That Undulates as You Pass Under | Design | WIRED

To set the pipes in motion, visitors just walk underneath them. Underneath the 13-by-13 foot floorboards are capacitive sensors that track footsteps. That information, combined with data gleaned from four Microsoft Kinect sensors at the installation’s corners, determines which pipes should move up, and when. The piece can handle up to ten people at once, but Staal says it’s optimized for two people, when fewer pipes are being retracted. The effect is meant to mimic the generative movement of the ocean, as well as Lundin’s approach to exploration: “It’s very technical, but their geology department is very open minded in how they approach their exploration operations.” Staal says. “The leader of their exploration department is like a philosopher.”

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There Are Only Two Weeks Left To Comment On Net Neutrality | TechCrunch

Without Net Neutrality (or The Open Internet as the FCC puts it), certain network providing companies will be able to create a tiered system of internet speeds, meaning that digital companies with deeper pockets can purchase more and faster throughput for their digital content than smaller less deep-pocketed startups or competitors. In short, richer company’s digital content will work better.

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PAX 2014: Bloodborne: Come for the Combat, Stay for the Atmosphere - IGN

But as one of IGN’s biggest Souls fans, the thing that stood out to me most during my time with Bloodborne is just how incredible the atmosphere is on almost every level. For example, take the enemy design. Everything that exists in the small slice that we’ve seen exudes dread. From the shambling townsfolk who wander around what seems like a funeral procession in a haze, to the emaciated hounds which go from pitiful to deadly in an instant, the world is filled with terrifying occupants around every corner. It ads an evocative sense of unease over the entire world.

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Car sharing service Uber banned in Germany

The case against Uber was brought by the Taxi Deutschland Servicegesellschaft company, which offers a rival app that links users to registered taxi drivers. The company argued that Uber was not operating a legitimate service because its drivers did not have the correct permits, were not properly insured, and were not subject to checks. German law allows drivers without a commercial licence to pick up passengers only if they charge no more than the operating cost of the trip.

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How We Played Telltale's Tales From the Borderlands - PAX Prime - IGN Conversations - IGN Video

Greg and Marty chat about what makes Telltale's take on Borderlands special.

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Yakuza Zero sets the calendar to 1988, coming 2015

Yakuza Zero , the recently-revealed entry in the Japanese crime sim series, will take fans back to the year 1988, developer/published Sega announced at Sony's pre-Tokyo Game Show press conference. Taking place years before the first Yakuza game, the new entry in the series will focus on two protagonists: Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima. The game, which is coming to PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4, will feature cross-play with the PS Vita. Yakuza Zero is expected to start its crime spree in spring of 2015. [Image: Sega]

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Sony’s QX1 Looks To Bring Interchangeable Pro Lenses To Your Smartphone | TechCrunch

The QX1 would apparently build on this by allowing owners to swap out lenses on a smartphone sensor mount base, with the range of Sony’s E-mount interchangeable lenses being compatible with the device. This means any lens that you could use on a Sony NEX-series camera would work here. The sensor in the companion unit is also said to be an APS-C, which is the same size as those found in most entry-level DSLRs, and it will also include a built-in pop-up flash.

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'The Incredibles' if It Was Directed By Christopher Nolan

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European 700MHz band should be freed for mobile broadband by 2020, report says

However, to close the gap with North America and Asia, “it is essential that Member States have flexibility to move sooner, preferably between 2018 and 2020 and potentially earlier,” Anne Bouverot, director general of the GSMA said in a statement. This should be possible to respond to the sustained growth in mobile data traffic and the dramatic change in the way citizens across Europe are watching news and entertainment content, relying more and more on the Internet to access programming, she said.

51 Awesome tech you can’t buy yet, for the week of August 31, 2014
52 Dragon Quest Heroes coming to PS4 from Dynasty Warriors devs
53 'Extant' Episodes 7-10 Recap: 'Everything Comes at a Cost'
54 Yohann Is An iPad Stand Jony Ive Could Be Proud Of | TechCrunch
55 Europol launches taskforce to fight world’s top cybercriminals
56 NASA to reformat Mars rover's memory from 125 million miles away
57 Sonic Boom Badnik Boss Battle - PAX Prime - IGN Video
58 PAX 2014: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel to Receive Four Add-Ons, Season Pass - IGN
59 Reddit to Launch Mobile App for AMAs (Exclusive)
60 Twitter’s Timeline Could Get (More) Algorithmic | TechCrunch
61 Google Sends Invites for September 15 India Event; Android One Launch Likely
62 God Eater 2: Rage Burst terrorizes Japan on PS4, Vita
63 Tesla has 'proved' electric cars are better, analysts say
64 This New 4D Batman Theme Park Ride Looks Like a Giant Nope-Coaster
65 7 Standout Moments From Made in America Music Festival in Philly
66 To simplify whole-home audio, Sonos starts to embrace your Wi-Fi router
67 Are You a Good or Annoying Cubicle Neighbor?
68 Vita gets a personal touch with themes in new software update
69 About.com's Redesign Aims To Revive An Internet Giant
70 What most schools don't teach
71 OperationSAFE is on JustCoz!
72 Awwww. Dad Makes His Goth Girl Feel At Home In This Charming Home Improvement Ad
73 Our Use Of Little Words Can, Uh, Reveal Hidden Interests
74 16 Books to Read Before the Movie Versions Come Out
75 TED: Ideas worth spreading
76 9 Nearly Worthless Gadgets You're Hanging Onto for Dear Life
77 The Secret Service wants software that detects social media sarcasm. Yeah, sure it will work.
78 The latest iPhone 6 leak assembles parts into the best video yet
79 Court bans UberPop in Germany, Uber Black unaffected; Uber will continue operations & appeal
80 How heavy is air? - Dan Quinn
81 On being wrong
82 The danger of a single story
83 8 Common Misteaks Mistakes People Make When Cooking Steak - Bon Appétit
84 12 TED Talks with Smart Work Advice
85 Two-Factor Authentication: Who Has It and How to Set It Up
86 How Microsoft dragged its development practices into the 21st century
87 Cortana Makes Siri Insecure in New Windows Phone Ad
88 8 tips to make your life more surprising, from Tania Luna, Surprisologist
89 Hubble captures breathtaking picture of dark and light nebulae - CNET
90 When Does Uber Become Cheaper Than Owning A Car? | TechCrunch
91 The psychology of your future self
92 Liam Neeson Willing to Play Ra's Al Ghul on Arrow - IGN
93 8 Subconscious Mistakes Our Brains Make Every Day--And How To Avoid Them
94 No One Tweets Like the Japanese, and That Was a Huge Problem for Twitter | Enterprise | WIRED
95 Four Things You Need To Know About Disney's Drones
96 REVEALED: Disturbing Trend In Human Intelligence
97 Jobs | EasyPost
98 How To Make Your Social Media Accounts (Almost) Unhackable
99 How to Identify, Build and Retain Social Media Influencers
100 Volunteers Needed for the First Human Ebola Vaccine Trials