Kickstarter Freezes Anonabox Privacy Router Project for Misleading Funders | WIRED

As the controversy around Anonabox grew, Germar told WIRED earlier in the week that he had never intended the project to be aimed at normal, non-expert users, so much as developers who would contribute feedback and continue to improve the router. But Kickstarter users who poured money into the project instead read Germar’s claims as promising an easy, secure device that was ready for the consumer market. “I had thought this would be like push-starting a car,” Germar said on Wednesday. “Instead, it’s been like being handcuffed to a rocket.”

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Safeguard Your Online Activity & Access Territory-Restricted Websites – Even Works On Your Mobile Devices

Safeguard Your Online Activity & Access Territory-Restricted Websites – Even Works On Your Mobile Devices

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Flickr Launches for iPad

While Flickr already worked on iPad, it was essentially a blown-up version of the iPhone incarnation. But now you can access all your photos, organize them and view them in their full resolution quality on Apple’s tablet too.

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How Justin Bieber Could Spoil Instagram's Plan to Introduce Ads | WIRED

It finally happened: Snapchat will now have ads. Pinterest is also experimenting with advertising, as is Instagram. All three of these companies are in the enviable position of running wildly popular online platforms, but also in the less enviable position of not having a great, obvious way to make money off of them. Ads seem like the most direct plan, but there’s a problem, a problem summed up by one man.

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'I am Liberian, Not a Virus': Video Fights Stigma Against People From Countries Battling Ebola

At some point over the last few months, fear of Ebola began to far outpace the spread of the actual disease. That's reportedly led to a growing prejudice against people from West Africa , the area most affected by Ebola this year.

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Marc Andreessen Steps Down From eBay’s Board Ahead Of Split With PayPal | TechCrunch

eBay is an online auction and e-commerce marketplace that enables people and businesses to buy and sell a wide variety of goods and services worldwide. eBay connects millions of buyers and sellers globally, utilizing PayPal to ensure secure transactions. The company also operates specialized marketplaces such as StubHub, the world's largest ticket marketplace, as well as eBay Classifieds sites, …

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Chartbeat tries to fight the smoke and mirrors in web measurement by going public with its metrics

But couldn’t other companies — especially other competing providers of attention metrics and analytics — simply copy everything that Chartbeat is doing by reading through all the documents it has put online, without opening up about any of their own metrics or methods? Haile admits that they could, and that his decision is risky. But he says that he believes the gamble is worth it, if it helps the industry as a whole succeed. And maybe if he opens up, clients will start asking other companies they work with to do so as well.

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Dropbox Updated For iPhone 6 And 6 Plus, Gains Touch ID Support | TechCrunch

The update also optimizes Dropbox for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and adds a few other fixes, like stability and performance improvements, as well as a fix for previewing RTF files on iOS 8. Touch ID support, however, is the key new feature here, and for those users who are concerned that their accounts may have been affected by the recent hacking attempt, now would be a good time to change your Dropbox password while you’re setting up the Touch ID option.

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The internet of things is here, but the rules to run it are not

The objects around us — from cars to clothes to baby monitors — are now internet-connected, and acting almost on their own. What laws do we need to control and protect ourselves when these objects act up?

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Skype for Windows Phone Updated with Drawing Tool

What’s more interesting than the drawing feature itself, perhaps, is that it’s one of the first mobile Skype options that has been made available for Microsoft’s own Windows Phone platform ahead of rollout on iOS or Android – neither of which have been confirmed to get the feature, although we’d expect to see it make its way across sooner or later.

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In the wake of Google’s Nexus Player, new FCC filing proves Chromecast isn’t going away

However, the news is a welcome assurance to Chromecast-heads, who have adopted the über-cheap device as an essential part of their streaming arsenal. And that makes a lot of sense on the part of Google, as its loaded new set-top box, and its stripped down streaming dongle have little in common when it comes to operation and the overall user experience. The fact that the Nexus Player and the Chromecast work so differently should keep them from cannibalizing each others’ sales, even though the Nexus Player does offer casting as part of its feature set.

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Justin Timberlake Shows Us How Dumb We Sound When We Use Hashtags

Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon, comedy skit best friends and the human couple equivalent of a pair of colorful striped socks, teamed up yet again to shed light on a disease that's been plaguing phone-connected humans for years now: the ridiculous overuse of hashtags .

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This is the Fitbit Surge, a $250 'superwatch' with built-in GPS

Fitbit is preparing to launch three new fitness trackers in the coming weeks. Two of those will be  the Charge and Charge HR . The Charge looks to be a revision of the Fitbit Force, which was pulled off the market after it caused bad skin reactions for some customers. Charge HR will offer a bit extra with the addition of PurePulse, the company's wrist-based heart rate monitoring system. But there's more: Fitbit has also been working on a third, flagship wearable for serious athletes. It's the Fitbit Surge.

14 Should people be eating more fat?

Some academics queried the paper , others worried that this sort of research would confuse people and the message they would get would not be "it's OK to eat more of some forms of fat" but that "it's OK to eat lots more saturated fat, even if it is in pies". We know that current levels of obesity have been fuelled, at least in part, by snacks like muffins, crisps and cakes, all high in fat, sugar and calories.

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What it takes to be a great leader

The world is full of leadership programs, but the best way to learn how to lead might be right under your nose. In this clear, candid talk, Roselinde Torres describes 25 years observing truly great leaders at work, and shares the three simple but crucial questions would-be company chiefs need to ask to thrive in the future.

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Scared of heights? Don't watch this

I'm all for thrill seeking, but this is NUTS.

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Microsoft to launch its wearable fitness band in coming weeks

Microsoft is planning to launch its own wearable fitness band in the coming weeks.  Forbes reports that the announcement is due "within the next few weeks," and The Verge can confirm this is accurate. Sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell The Verge that the launch of Microsoft’s wearable fitness band is imminent, and the device will be stocked at retailers in time for the holiday season. Microsoft’s wearable launch will mark 10 years since the company announced its SPOT smartwatch in 2004 that used FM radio signals to send instant messages from Windows Messenger, news headlines, stock information, and weather forecasts to your wrist.

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What's Really the Difference Between Facebook Pages, Groups and Profiles?

Pages come with a set of features that profiles and groups don't have, for example, the ability to manage notifications, messages and scheduled posts on the "Activity" tab. Pages also come with a section called "Insights," which help track of how posts are performing and who is connecting to your Page. This section shares engagement information and breaks down the demographics of the Page's fan base to help the creator understand who their fans are. In the "Settings" tab, Page owners can change visibility, choose whether they want people to post to the Page, enable messages, set up profanity filters and more.

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OVH.com Launches Power8-Based Cloud Service - InformationWeek

IBM would like to create a future for the Power8 and its successors in the cloud, but buildiers of 300,000-server cloud data centers hate chip architecture uncertainty. Power8 is a superior server chip that is now undermined by the uncertainty over its future. IBM announced today that it hand off chip facilities and production to GlobalFoundries and pay the firm to continue production over the next three years. That latter piece of the deal raises questions that neither IBM nor GlobalFoundries seem willing to answer at this time. What happens  once GlobalFoundries runs through its three years of IBM subsidy? Will OVH.com be the first Power-based cloud? Also the last?

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This is the most beautiful owner's manual you've ever seen

When you invest seven figures in securing one of the most exotic, exclusive vehicles ever made, perhaps you just expect that the owner's manual is going to be a work of art. I don't know, I've never been in that position. Every owner's manual I've ever had has ended up stuffed in a glovebox, pages greasy, creased, and torn.

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Marc Andreessen on Why Optimism Is Always the Safest Bet

Shall we? Let’s launch right into it. I think the critique that Silicon Valley companies are deliberately, systematically discriminatory is incorrect, and there are two reasons to believe that that’s the case. No. 1, these companies are like the United Nations internally. All the diversity studies say that the engineering population is like 70 percent white and Asian. Let’s dig into that for a second. First, apparently Asian doesn’t count as diverse. And then “white”: When you actually go in these companies, what you find is it’s American people, but it’s also Russians, and Eastern Europeans, and French, and German, and British. And then there are the Chinese, Japanese, Koreans, Thais, Indonesians, and Vietnamese. All these different countries, all these different cultures. To believe in a systematic pattern of discrimination, you’d have to believe that we’re discriminatory toward certain people without being discriminatory at all toward an extremely broad range of ethnicities and religions. Because of Pakistanis, we’re seeing a higher-than-ever proportion of Muslim employees in a lot of our companies.

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Survey Says Teenagers Prefer Instagram Over Facebook

Investment banking company Piper Jaffray conducted a survey between August 25th and September 30th for a report called “ Taking Stock With Teens .” The survey was given to 7,200 teenagers across 41 states that live in homes with an average income of $59,000. The participants were 47% female and 53% male. Instagram was voted as the favorite social media network and the iPhone as the preferred device, according to the report.

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OS X 10.10 Yosemite: The Ars Technica Review

Ah, the old tension: which platform does Apple love more? iOS continues to dominate Apple’s business in terms of unit sales, revenue, and profits. Last year, some Apple watchers had openly wondered whether Apple would even bother updating the look of OS X. And yet for the past several years, Apple has loudly and publicly insisted that it remains committed to the Mac as a strong, independent platform . Yosemite aims to fulfill that commitment—but in an interesting way.

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Emerging Start-Ups And Tech Giants Will Create New Winners And Losers In The Digital Banking Industry

Worldwide, mobile banking is now more popular with bank customers than visiting brick-and-mortar branches.  Fifty-seven percent of customers do their banking online on a weekly basis, while nearly one-fourth use mobile banking weekly (up 9 percentage points from 2013). Only 14% visit a bank branch every week. Mobile is completely changing the customer-bank relationship. (See chart, above.)

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A List of Stores Where You Can Use Apple Pay | WIRED

The list seemed a bit limited when it was initially announced—longer on specialty shops, and shorter on big chains. But with the addition of Chevron, Texaco, and Walgreens, it’s getting more robust. (Also, note that the biggest names on the list, Target and Starbucks, are still in the “apps”-only category). Still, enough big names are participating—Nike, Sephora, Toys’R’Us—that they will undoubtedly draw others into the race for technology-friendly customer convenience. Although it’s probably a bit early to throw away your wallet entirely, this may be the push NFC needs to become a more viable payment method in 2015.

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Amazon Voyage Is So Ready for Your Reading Trip [REVIEW]

Amazon's long sold Kindle covers that, for better or worse, protect the e-readers by turning them into mini books, complete with flip open covers. I have one on my Paperwhite. It makes it thicker and heavier and is also incredibly difficult to take off. The Kindle Voyage Origami, (sold separately for $44.99) cover takes a cue from Kindle Fire HDX tablets. You simply drop the Voyage into it and magnets hold it in place. The cover flips up like a steno pad and folds over the back. As an Origami cover, it also folds up to become a stand. At first, I hated it, but I soon found I could do something with this cover that I couldn't do with the old one: Stand it up on my lap so I could comfortably read hands free. I did, of course, have to touch the device when it was time to turn a page.

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getify/You-Dont-Know-JS

However, if you choose to contribute content (not just typo corrections) to this repo, you agree that you're giving me a non-exclusive license to use that content for the book series, as I (and O'Reilly) deem appropriate. You probably guessed that already, but we just have to make the lawyers happy by explicitly stating it. So: blah, blah, blah... :)

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PlayStation TV: Tiny Package But Gaming Power Needs Some Tweaks

The PlayStation TV's bumpy issues are easy to patch in the future. The interface can be cleaned up, and entertainment apps can be added. The great news is that people will now be able to enjoy many of the great games available on the Vita at a lower price, especially since the platform has recently become a magnet for unique indie games. If you have the right connection type, PlayStation Now also offers a lot of entertainment value in the future. All of this in a teeny form factor and a pretty low price point.

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Giants vs. Royals: A World Series That Defies All Logic

Mercury has been in retrograde since Oct. 4. I'm only slightly clear on what that means, exactly, but it's a New Age-y fact that does about as good a job as any at explaining how we got here. This World Series is a magical throw-down that defies all logic and befits wizards as much as baseball teams — and is all the more glorious for it.

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Inside The Spotify – Echo Nest Skunkworks | TechCrunch

The idea is to offer a personalized, constantly updated playlist based on what friends are listening to, new releases from artists and genres you like, chart-toppers, and picks by Spotify’s editorial team. Instead of Spotify’s Browse feature which is part blog, part News Feed, and requires your full attention, the PlayFeed takes the familiar music-first, fire-and-forget format of the playlist. But rather than staying static or requiring you to add new tracks manually, they’re automatically injected at the top based on all of The Echo Nest’s data.

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13 Strange Animals Photoshopped as Fruits and Vegetables

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 40 million unique visitors worldwide and 19 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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Gigaom Structure Connect 2014

Structure Connect tickets are non-refundable. However, you may transfer your registration to another person by providing authorization to us by October 1, 2014. For transfers or any other questions about registration, or assistance with any registration problems, please  email us .

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Apple iOS 8.1 To Launch Today. Here's What Is Coming In The Update

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus — which are NFC-enabled devices — can be used to pay for products in stores with Apple Pay. If you have an older iOS device like the iPhone 5, iPhone 5C or iPhone 5S, then you will be able to use Apple Pay in stores only by pairing it with the NFC-enabled Apple Watch. The instructions for using Apple Pay with the upcoming Apple Watch are as follows: “You can pay with Apple Watch — just double‑click the button next to the Digital Crown and hold the face of your Apple Watch near the contactless reader. A gentle pulse and beep confirm that your payment information was sent.” The iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 have the ability to pay using a single touch just within certain apps by selecting Apple Pay and placing your finger on Touch ID.

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So Long #Gamergate. What Did You Teach Us? | TechCrunch

The hashtag is still going, as are the fervent speculations and plans for operations on 8chan and Reddit, but the movement that is #Gamergate is exposed for what it always was: A core of angry men hidden within a softer (and far more naive) crowd that liked to think of itself as diverse. The shield dropped when someone went too far, someone threatened a school shooting. Someone else threatened another woman in games out of her home. And the response from the key gaters boiled down to an extended “ I absolutely don’t condone that sort of thing even if they are asking for it “.

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Travel Through Time With These Strange and Beautiful Visualizations of the Universe | WIRED

1846: This map of the solar system by one Hall Colby is notable for one absence and several presences. While Colby’s map does portray planet Uranus and five of its moons, that’s not particularly notable, because Uranus had been discovered by John Herschel sixty-five years earlier. Among the interesting presences, then, are four “planets” visible here between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter: Vesta, Juno, Ceres, and Pallas. All were discovered in the first decade of the nineteenth century, and all were considered planets until the 1860s, when a tide of discoveries of ever-smaller objects in similar orbits demoted them to the rank of mere asteroids. (The four largest objects in the asteroid belt, all are still considered asteroids except Ceres, which is now a dwarf planet, the only one in the inner solar system. Pluto, missing here, has also been classified as a dwarf planet since 2006.) Another notable presence, if you look closely at the detail view of Colby’s map to the right, is that of a planet inside the orbit of Mercury: Vulcan. Although it may sound like it comes from Star Trek, Vulcan first entered the language of popular culture when its existence within this solar system was predicted by French mathematician Urbain Le Verrier in 1843.

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E-COMMERCE UPDATE: The Biggest Trends Shaping The E-Commerce Industry Ahead Of The Holidays

Traditional retailers are finally succeeding in e-commerce. Growth in e-commerce sales finally stabilized in the second quarter of 2014 at an average of 22% at top retailers, including Nordstrom, Gap, Wal-Mart, Best Buy, and JC Penney. That means those retailers are actually growing faster than the e-commerce industry at-large.

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Check Out Gmail 5.0 For Android And Google's Plan To Handle All Your Email Accounts In One App

Brand identity-wise, Google would want this app to be called Gmail. But If Google proceeds with this then they'll run into a similar problem they had with Drive. User's will see only a gmail app and say "Why would I go to gmail to check my yahoo???" / "Why would I go to drive to create a document?" The only right way to handle this in terms of user experience is to merge the gmail and email apps and name the app Email.

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The Votr App Is “Tinder For Politics”

The mobile web app asks some straightforward political orientation questions, but answers only come in the form of emoji. On gay marriage, are you #NoH8 or Adam and Eve? When it comes to marijuana legalization, are you 420-friendly, or hugs not drugs? Even your preference for, say, Beyoncé (“Put a ring on it”) or Rihanna (“Umbrella-ella-eh”), feeds into an algorithm that matches millennial users with some of the 161 Senate candidates.

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Vote all you want. The secret government won’t change. - The Boston Globe

GLENNON: The ultimate problem is the pervasive political ignorance on the part of the American people. And indifference to the threat that is emerging from these concealed institutions. That is where the energy for reform has to come from: the American people. Not from government. Government is very much the problem here. The people have to take the bull by the horns. And that’s a very difficult thing to do, because the ignorance is in many ways rational. There is very little profit to be had in learning about, and being active about, problems that you can’t affect, policies that you can’t change.

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Nigeria and Senegal Free of Ebola Virus

WHO officials said Nigeria had traced nearly every contact of Ebola patients in the country, all of whom were linked to the country's first patient, a Liberian man who arrived with symptoms in Lagos and later died.

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Yik Yak Wants To Be A News Hub, But It Needs To Grow Up First

That serious future could happen, even if it’s hard to imagine based on its current users. Twitter owns breaking news for now, but its location-based filtering is cumbersome. Instead, people have to agree on a hashtag, and readers can’t easily separate on-the-ground tweets from those who are just following along and sharing. Yik Yak is immediate and strictly local: only those in the area can post, but everyone can now read it.

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Droid Turbo Rumor Roundup: Everything We Think We Know

Last year, Verizon priced the Droid Maxx at $300 as it was more technologically well-endowed than the Droid Ultra by having a bigger screen, bigger battery, and more storage. With no companion device in sight (at least that we know of) and the Moto X costing $100 on contract, I would expect a $200 to $300 on-contract price would be a pretty safe bet. But once again, we won't know for sure until we get official word from the carrier.

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5 Things To Look For Ahead Of Apple Earnings

After the close today, Apple will announce fourth-quarter and year-end results for fiscal 2014. But with the new iPhone going on sale just 11 days before the end of the quarter and the Chinese release not occurring until last Friday, what Apple says about the future will garner more even scrutiny than is typical and the results of the past 3 months will be quickly forgotten. With that in mind, there are some things to watch out for in the numbers and elsewhere. Here are five of them.

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SimCity That I Used to Know

Every decision has a consequence in the balance of dozens of variables. The RCI (residential, commercial, industrial) balance that guides the city’s economy, the layering of transportation options and power lines, the funding of schools or location of prisons—each reacts in subtle or overt ways based on a simplified system of logic devised by Wright and his team. “How do we take these big complex things we’re embedded in, and bring them into such a focus that we can now apply our natural instincts and intuitions to it?” Wright asks. Seeing cars begin to drive down the roads you’ve built, watching as neighborhoods flux and gentrify when a new commercial zone is established nearby, all while getting familiar with each little wrinkle of the city and its geography — you can start to imagine what it’s like to live there.

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How A 'Small But Mighty' Team Of Googlers Is Using Maps To Save People And The Planet

The Googlers are there as part of Google Earth Outreach , a team that helps nonprofits and other organizations and communities use Google Earth and Maps tools to attack major environmental and social problems. The Surui used the paint and other rituals to welcome the Goolgers into their village before receiving several days of training on how to use a computer and Google Earth. The people had watched their land get destroyed by the logging and mining industry, and they wanted to learn how to use Google Maps to help.

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PSA: You Won’t Be Able To Upgrade The New Mac Mini’s RAM Yourself | TechCrunch

If you’ve ever owned a Mac Mini, there’s something you should probably know about the recently-announced latest generation : the RAM? It’s soldered to the board now. In other words, you won’t be able to upgrade it yourself.

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'The Walking Dead' Episode 2: The ending that will haunt us forever

Elsewhere in the episode, we were introduced to Father Gabriel, a pastor who survived the thick of the zombie takeover by barricading himself inside his church with a wealth of canned goods. He's also a cold SOB, apparently. Carl discovered writing on the side of the church that indicated Gabriel didn't offer aid to those who came to his church doors for help. "You'll burn for this" was carved into the side, and I'm assuming that's not something someone carves into a church prior to a zombie apocalypse. One would hope, at least.

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'The Good Wife' Season 6, Episode 5 Recap: "Shiny Objects"

Just as Elsbeth tames the distractions in her mind, The Good Wife also goes deeper than the "shiny objects." Alicia may be standing triumphant on the world stage, but by running for office she's having to tread on morally grey ground. She is ready to abandon Finn if gaining his endorsement means losing her husband's more powerful one. She isn't afraid to exploit the weaknesses of her friend in court. And finally, Alicia is ready to manipulate her husband to show up to campaign for her. Even though their marriage has never been more on the rocks, they have also never been on more even ground.

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Yahoo CEO Set to Refresh Turnaround Plan

Yahoo Inc. chief Marissa Mayer will seek to fend off a challenge from activist investor Starboard Value LP this week by detailing her plan for turning around the struggling Internet business.

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People Look Like Their Pets and It's a Problem

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52 Amnesty International: Extrajudicial Killings in Ukraine Misrecorded and Misreported
53 This 3D-printed DIY gadget can crack a safe in minutes - CNET
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55 Microsoft to launch smartwatch in next few weeks; will work across different mobile platforms
56 Microsoft's AutoTag leverages your Facebook account to automatically tag friends in all your other photos
57 Apple Watch: Developers And Mobile Entrepreneurs At Work
58 BBC Doctor Who Game Teaches Programming
59 Replace Oil With Renewables In Chemistry? It Won't Be Easy
60 MasterCard demos a prototype contactless card with a fingerprint sensor
61 Negative online reviews can lead to threats of legal action from targeted businesses
62 5 Ways to Hide From Common Surveillance Tech
63 Gary Vaynerchuk on Social Media's B2B Value: Building Relationships
64 TNW is Hiring a Reporter in Europe
65 Facebook: The DEA Can't Use Fake Profiles to Chase Suspects
66 Parents, Stop Rushing To Give Tylenol To Your Kids: You're Doing It Wrong
67 Harmonix Offers A Long, Satisfying Answer To The Question 'Where's Rock Band 4?'
68 Microsoft’s Strange Quest for the Topological Qubit | MIT Technology Review
69 Concurrency is not a language thing anymore
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71 Jony Ive talks about what he learned from Steve Jobs
72 Hong Kong Airport Introduces Ebola Questionnaire
73 Malware Attacks on ATMs Are Here to Stay
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75 Spotify Is Getting a Family Deal to Save You Money
76 Should We Allow Scientists To Create Dangerous Super-Viruses?
77 Virgin Galactic to resume powered test flights - CNET
78 What Makes Glow Sticks Shine? | WIRED
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80 IBM to Transfer Chip Operations While Revenue Drops Again
81 8 ways Google is tying Chrome OS and Android together
82 Watch Earth roll by live in HD, streamed from the ISS - CNET
83 Google removes results linking to stolen photos of Jennifer Lawrence nude
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90 Martine Rothblatt on the Rights of Virtual Humans | MIT Technology Review
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