White House Fence-Jumper Made It Inside Before Getting Caught [VIDEO]

The Secret Service is coming under renewed scrutiny after a man scaled the White House fence, and made it all the way through the front door before he was apprehended.

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Alibaba Threw A Crazy Party At Its Headquarters To Celebrate Yesterday's IPO

 2014 will go down in history as a great day for the market, trading, and getting rich. That night Alibaba Group employees and Tencent Tech got together at Alibaba's headquarters, “Taobao City," for a once-in-a-lifetime sleepless night.

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Oculus Execs Believe Controllers Are The Missing Link In Virtual Reality | TechCrunch

During the Q&A I asked what the execs thought were the advantages and disadvantages of different input devices like dual-wielding nunchuks, motion tracking, and gloves, and which is each of their favorites. Luckey responded that a great device for guns is not the same as a great device for swords is not a great device for productivity apps. He said there will need to be a device that’s good for generally interacting with virtual worlds, though. With so many different use cases for VR and different corresponding input devices, it leads me to believe that Oculus will build a platform for connecting third-party input devices to its headsets. This would leave controller fragmentation to the developer community so Oculus can focus on generalizable problems and opportunities that exist across VR apps.

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Samsung Galaxy A5: First pictures and details allegedly surface - CNET

Photos and details obtained by Samsung-tracking blog SamMobile show a smartphone it claims to be the midrange A5. The pictures certainly resemble the Alpha. What's more, the Galaxy A5 is the first of three rumored devices to fall into the Galaxy A line.

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Getting to know interactive notifications on iOS 8 - CNET

Most of the default iOS 8 apps which are capable of sending a notification take advantage of the new notification type, but what's going to be most interesting is to see how developers implement the new feature in apps. As is usually the case, developers are able to think outside of the box for which Apple designs a feature, and often can come up with some interesting use cases.

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Health Insurance Marketplace, Affordable Care Act

Now that you've signed up for email or text message updates about the Health Insurance Marketplace, you're one step closer to getting the health coverage you need. We'll send you tips and alerts that will help you stay on track to get health insurance that fits your budget and meets your needs.

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11 Of The Oldest Living Things In The World

For nearly a decade, photographer Rachel Sussman has been traveling the globe in search of the world's oldest living things. From the Mojave Desert to the Australian Outback to Greenland's icy expanses, she captures portraits of life forms so relentless they've managed to survive eons of planetary change. An 80,000-year-old colony of aspen trees in Utah and a 43,600-year-old self-propagating shrub in Tasmania rank amongst Sussman's unlikely subjects, just two of the many plants, fungi and invertebrates catalogued by her lens.

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Scientists Have Simulated Time Travel With Photons | IFLScience

In a quantum regime, the authors say, the paradox of time travel can be resolved, leaving closed timelike curves consistent with relativity. Near a black hole, for example, the extreme effects of general relativity play a role.

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Awwww. Dad Makes His Goth Girl Feel At Home In This Charming Home Improvement Ad

By referencing My Chemical Romance and Pierce the Veil I'm guessing that you were somewhere in high school somewhere around...2004-2008? Me too. But it's not 2004-2008 any more and music is allowed to change. Goth kids in the 80's who worshiped the cure probably had "real goths" who listened to Bach telling them to fuck off. Music changes, and the frameworks of our social references change, too. She made a clear reference to Die Antwoord and is doing what EVERY kid in high school does, did, or will do, which is doing their best to form an identity. High school is where it is allowed to be stupid, so I'm excusing her...slightly. She's a dumb highschooler and this is your chance to introduce her to things that don't suck. By telling her she isn't good enough, she will now defend her stupid tastes more. For real, Ashton, either stop calling yourself Goth, find a new term, or put some research into it and commit. http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Real%20Goth

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iPhone 6 Plus Camera Review: Iceland

AE/AF lock is really useful when shooting macro shots like this one but also for high-speed photography or any shot you are lining up and waiting for. For instance, if I'm on the sidelines at a bike race and want to get a shot of a biker whizzing by with perfect composition, I would AE/AF lock on that composition ahead of time and then wait for the rider to cruise through. This is quicker because the exposure and focus have already been chosen and your phone just needs to actuate the shutter. 

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WordPress.com

WordPress.com is the best place for your personal blog or business site.

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Solar City and Tesla Combine Manufacturing Plans | MIT Technology Review

Rive and Musk, who are cousins, also said at the New York event that within the same time frame electricity from solar power would become cheaper in the U.S. than power produced from natural gas. To meet that target, the pair both plan to build two major manufacturing operations that will feed off each other. One of Musk’s other companies, Tesla Motors, announced plans earlier this month to build a vast factory for producing lithium-ion batteries in Nevada (see “ Does Musk’s Gigafactory Make Sense? ”). This factory will supply batteries for its electric vehicles as well as to Solar City. While some lithium-ion batteries and solar cells are made in the U.S. today, the vast majority are made in Asia.

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Explore Black Holes and Destroy Planets in the Awesome New Interstellar Game | WIRED

Once your perfect universe is finished, you can pilot your own starship through space. It feels a bit like a NASA simulator turned into a game and—because it uses real science—requires that you travel the way an exploratory crew would have to. Navigating around black holes to avoid being drawn into the void? Yes. Avoiding crashing into various bodies? That too. Using gravity to slingshot around and save fuel? You got it. You’ve even got the option of traveling through wormholes. It’s like Galaga , but with Newtonian physics. There are no pew! pew! pew! noises, but we won’t judge you for making them at your desk.

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You're invited to join OhLife! It helps you remember what's happened in your life.

OhLife is shutting down We'll unfortunately be shutting OhLife down on October 4, 2014. We started OhLife to help people remember what's happened in their life. But since then we haven't been able to grow our user base or make OhLife financially stable. Because of both these reasons we've decided to shut OhLife down. We appreciate everyone that's used OhLife and supported us. We're extremely sorry for shutting the site down. We have some FAQs below to help out. Thank you for all your support. Thank you, The OhLife Team How do I export my entries? You can save your entries to a text file here: https://ohlife.com/export Please export them before we shut down and delete them on October 4, 2014. How do I save photos? The Past page (https://ohlife.com/past) has a list of all your entries, so you can quickly scroll through them to find your photos. If you click a photo it will take you to the original version. What if I had a premium account? If you had the premium version, a few weeks after we shut OhLife down we'll refund you a prorated amount.

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Destiny is the World's Best-Selling New Franchise Ever - IGN

"Millions of gamers are having a great time playing Destiny and can't put down their controllers," said Activision's Eric Hirshberg. "And this is just the beginning. Destiny is a platform that will grow and evolve and we will continue to work closely with our partners at Bungie to bring a long line of new experiences and content to life in the game."

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The Top 25 Modern PC Games - IGN

For the longest time, the task of building a great Batman game had proved to be beyond the talents of most developers. Rocksteady emphatically put an end to that trend with the excellent Batman: Arkham Asylum, but it went one step further with Batman: Arkham City. (Which of these two games would make this list proved one of our most contentious decisions.) By opening up such a large expanse of Gotham to explore, we were at last able to be the Bat: swooping freely from the rooftops and gliding down alleys to terrify and takedown goons with finesse before zipping back up into the night. Yet it’s not merely the freedom of its open-world that makes Arkham City so great; it’s the gripping story, the wonderful cast of villains, the effortless free-flowing combat, and the countless and compelling side quests that all combine to make it the best superhero game ever made. As an added bonus, it looks particularly stunning on the PC. - Tristan Ogilvie

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How To Build A Massive YouTube Following--With A Message

More subliminally, Oakley, who is openly gay, is an inspiration to teens all over the world who are grappling with their sexuality. He receives messages every day from fans who need advice about how to come out of the closet, or how to support a friend who has, or who just want to applaud his courage. Not that he sees himself as any kind of pioneer. He says that being frank about who he is was a no-brainer from the beginning, particularly on a platform like YouTube.

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What Is It Really Like to Work in Social Media?

So you want to be the person behind the social media accounts of a brand? That is great, however, it also means that there is an incredible amount of pressure and importance to your job.

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Wonder Woman’s Secret Past

Marston’s interests in deception, sex, and emotion fed a long-standing interest in film. He’d worked his way through Harvard by selling screenplays. In 1915, after the Edison Company held a nationwide talent search among American college students, promising a hundred dollars to the author of the best movie scenario submitted by a student at one of ten colleges—Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Princeton, and the Universities of California, Chicago, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin—Marston won. The resulting film, “Jack Kennard, Coward,” played at scattered theatres across the country, in some places sharing a billing with Charlie Chaplin. In 1916, Marston’s undergraduate adviser, Hugo Münsterberg, who ran Harvard’s Psychological Laboratory, published a psychological theory of cinema. (Münsterberg, who vehemently opposed both the suffrage and the feminist movements, is the inspiration for Wonder Woman’s arch-nemesis, Doctor Psycho.) In 1928, when it became clear to Marston that his academic career was doomed, he returned to his earlier interest in the movies. Working with Byrne, who was, at the time, pursuing a Ph.

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Why a good book is a secret door

Childhood is surreal. Why shouldn't children's books be? In this whimsical talk, award-winning author Mac Barnett speaks about writing that escapes the page, art as a doorway to wonder — and what real kids say to a fictional whale.

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What Do You Hope Will Still Exist in 2030?

It's crazy what can happen over time. It should get us thinking: What kind of world do we want to be living in by 2030, and how can we make that a reality?

22 What's it like to be a woman in competitive gaming? A female gamer explains.

Non-gamers love to stereotype the world of competitive gaming. But what’s it really like? We asked a former competitive Super Smash Brothers Melee player to tell us her story.

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7 talks on the struggle of mental health

To all appearances, Eleanor Longden was just like every other student, heading to college full of promise and without a care in the world. That was until the voices in her head started talking. Initially innocuous, these internal narrators became increasingly antagonistic and dictatorial, turning her life into a living nightmare. Diagnosed with schizophrenia, hospitalized, drugged, Longden was discarded by a system that didn't know how to help her. Longden tells the moving tale of her years-long journey back to mental health, and makes the case that it was through learning to listen to her voices that she was able to survive.

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Transformation

Are we simply the sum of our experiences? Or can we choose our own path? In this hour, TED speakers share stories of undergoing remarkable transformations despite extraordinary challenges.

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10 Flawless Moments From Beyonce and Jay Z's 'On the Run' Tour

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

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Wonder Woman’s Secret Past

Marston’s interests in deception, sex, and emotion fed a long-standing interest in film. He’d worked his way through Harvard by selling screenplays. In 1915, after the Edison Company held a nationwide talent search among American college students, promising a hundred dollars to the author of the best movie scenario submitted by a student at one of ten colleges—Harvard, Yale, Columbia, Cornell, Princeton, and the Universities of California, Chicago, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin—Marston won. The resulting film, “Jack Kennard, Coward,” played at scattered theatres across the country, in some places sharing a billing with Charlie Chaplin. In 1916, Marston’s undergraduate adviser, Hugo Münsterberg, who ran Harvard’s Psychological Laboratory, published a psychological theory of cinema. (Münsterberg, who vehemently opposed both the suffrage and the feminist movements, is the inspiration for Wonder Woman’s arch-nemesis, Doctor Psycho.) In 1928, when it became clear to Marston that his academic career was doomed, he returned to his earlier interest in the movies. Working with Byrne, who was, at the time, pursuing a Ph.

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15 Things That Are Harder To Get Into Than Harvard

Many things in life — like landing a job at some Wal-Mart locations — are harder to achieve than getting into that prestigious university.

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The Challenges of Emotion vs. Data-Driven Marketing

So, how do you crack the code of balancing data and emotion within a brand strategy today, while also meeting the challenges of tomorrow?

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You Get 25,000 Mornings: Here Are 8 Ways Not to Waste Them

When you sit hunched over, your chest is in a collapsed position and your diaphragm is pressing against the bottom of your lungs, which hinders your ability to breathe easily and deeply. Sit up straight or stand up and you’ll find that you can breathe easier and more fully. As a result, your brain will get more oxygen and you’ll be able to concentrate better.

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We made weed butter with a 'magical' machine

Compared to the manual alternative, making Magical Butter in "the world's only botanical extractor" is a lot less messy and a whole hell of a lot less smelly. That is, until it's time to separate the botanicals from the butter. Once the infusion was done, the machine beeped a couple of times, beckoning us to what we'd all been waiting for. One of my colleagues slipped on the love glove (a neon green oven mitt) and popped the lid off the pitcher. What we saw was, well, disgusting. The substance wasn't the bright green concoction pictured in the promotional material; instead we ended up with what looked like a mass of runny baby poop. Did that stop us from digging in? Hell no. We strained out the murky bits, leaving behind a lump of something that brought the words "lung butter" to mind. The end result was a nearly clear, subtle-tasting butter. It smelled, looked and tasted better than any "botanical" butter I'd ever had, but as anyone who's eaten the stuff will tell you, it should not be eaten alone. So we whipped up some homemade brownie batter, poured it in a Pyrex pan, threw it in the preheated oven and set about plowing through a platter of artisanal cheeses and meats.

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3 Things to Know Before Embarking on an International Job Assignment

For Huston, living and working abroad means being on a work permit, which can add an extra layer of stress. "We all have days when we fantasize about quitting our jobs," she says, explaining that the stakes for such decisions are much higher when you’re on an employer-sponsored work visa. "On a work permit, this can add anxiety. It also makes tax returns really complicated," she adds. "Ask your company to cover the cost of an accountant."

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New York City's 11 Most Accessible Ruins

In 1968, the older aqueduct was converted into a hiking trail, following the path of the underground tunnel. Most of the trail is north of New York City, in Westchester County, but hikers can follow the trail through Van Cortland Park in the Bronx before losing the historic path to New York’s streets. One of the aqueduct’s gatehouses also stands beside the trail. These buildings were spaced along the aqueduct to let workers regulate water flow and to give them access for any repair work. Three more gatehouses stand along Amsterdam Avenue in Harlem, at 113th, 119th, and 135th streets.

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Blogging Nuns, Tweeting Monks, And The Catholic Church's Digital Revolution

Catholics are also thinking about how the youngest among them can learn to navigate the virtual world. On CatholicMom.com, a blog network founded by Lisa Hendey in 2000, mothers contemplate how to nurture their children to be responsible citizens of the digital world. “Early on we used to think that parents can control every bit of content that came into their child’s life, but we’re learning over time that’s not possible,” Hendey says. “We think about how to help children form a conscience, so that they can make positive, upright, and uplifting choices online.” In the United States, the Catholics and the Greek Orthodox have collaborated to provide an online resource called Faith and Safety that helps parents guide their children through the web. “Children need to learn how to interact online in a way that is kind and generous and true to the human spirit,” says Helen Osman.

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Silicon Valley’s Contract-Worker Problem

I first heard the term “1099 economy” at this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt conference, where it was uttered not as a pejorative, but as a way to praise the innovative labor practices of Silicon Valley start-ups. When you order a service from one of these companies, the people who get paid to perform it don't file W-2 tax forms because they’re not officially employed. Instead, they file the independent contractor form, the 1099-MISC. The most famous examples of 1099 companies are on-demand car providers like Uber and Lyft, but there are dozens of others: Homejoy, Handy, Postmates, Spoonrocket, TaskRabbit, DoorDash, Washio. All of these companies employ similar jargon to describe their labor model — if you hear the words platform , provider network , or Uber for ____, you’re likely talking to one.

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Official Plot Synopsis Released for Marvel's The Avengers: Age of Ultron - IGN

"Marvel Studios presents Avengers: Age of Ultron, the epic follow-up to the biggest Super Hero movie of all time. When Tony Stark tries to jumpstart a dormant peacekeeping program, things go awry and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes, including Iron Man, Captain America, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye, are put to the ultimate test as the fate of the planet hangs in the balance. As the villainous Ultron emerges, it is up to The Avengers to stop him from enacting his terrible plans, and soon uneasy alliances and unexpected action pave the way for an epic and unique global adventure.

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Widespread Android Vulnerability 'A Privacy Disaster', Claim Researchers

I’ve been breaking news and writing features about security and privacy for major publications since 2010. Now a freelancer, I’ve been working for The Guardian, Vice Motherboard, Wired UK, BBC.com and now Forbes. I was named BT Security Journalist of the year in 2012 and 2013 for a range of exclusive articles, including an exposé on epic lobbying from US firms on EU data privacy laws, an investigation into poor cyber policing in the UK and a debunking of government promises to end the database state. I like to hear from hackers who are breaking things for either fun or profit and researchers who've uncovered nasty things lurking on the internet. Data breaches are always of interest too. If you have a story to tell and are worried about prying eyes, you can find my PGP key on my website here .

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With 56 Million Cards Compromised, Home Depot's Breach Is Bigger Than Target's

I am a reporter for the Forbes’ technology desk. I previously worked as a crime and public safety reporter for the Victor Valley Daily Press and Desert Dispatch in California, covering crimes ranging from murder and assault to armed robberies at Taco Bell and the Dollar Store. Here at Forbes, I plan to connect my fascination with crime to the world of technology. I recently graduated from Harvard College with a degree in History and Literature, and I wrote for the Crimson and the Harvard International Review while on campus. I spent most of my childhood in a village in the Democratic Republic of Congo, where I was able to witness the explosion of technology in a remote area with the construction of the village’s first cell phone tower in 2007. I’d love to hear from you – contact me at kvinton@forbes.com and follow me on twitter @kate_vinton

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TGS 2014: Here's the New Final Fantasy 15 Trailer - IGN

At the start of Tokyo Game Show 2014, Square-Enix released this stunning new look at the much-anticipated RPG. While that initial trailer at E3 2013 highlighted the game's new action-focused battle system, this new look showcases some of XV's quieter moments. This brief car ride around the game's gorgeous world acts like more of a tone piece to what Square-Enix is going for in this new game.

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14 Impossibly Chic Cat Houses

Formation Association/Edgar Arceneaux "Feral Cat Shelter (Working Title), is a shelter for feral cats which doubles as a bench for two or more people. The shelter is formed of a continuous rib system which undulates to form sanctuary spaces and safe passage for cats. Possessing floating clavicle bones, or shoulder bones, cats are able to squeeze into any shape that is the same width as it's skull. The narrowing spaces of the Feral Cat Shelter allow the entry of cast, while fending off their possible predators. A series of organic spaces is formed by the incremental, radial transformation of the structural ribs, interconnected by various apertures through the cross-bracing. On the field, cat workers may use the Feral Cat Shelter for discussion and rest during their observation activities. The Feral Cat Shelter acts as a social node for both feral, or 'community', cats, and the people who have dedicated themselves to working with them. Though the two may never use the bench simultaneously, the uses of both parties are suggested in its form."

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Terry Gilliam on His Epic New Dystopian Film The Zero Theorem | WIRED

Six years ago, when we first talked about doing this movie, the budget was $20 million, and we ended up making it for $8.5 million. There's probably $500,000 of savings in there in improved technologies—for example, Christoph and Mélanie Thierry recorded some new lines on their iPhones while he was in Berlin and she was in France, emailed them back to me, and they're in the film. We couldn't have done that a few years ago. But the rest is people working for scale, working their asses off, being very clever, and filming in Bucharest. And getting actor friends to come in and work—but I can't take advantage of all my friends next time.

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What Coke Contains

Each can originated in a small town of 4,000 people on the Murray River in Western Australia called Pinjarra. Pinjarra is the site of the world’s largest bauxite mine. Bauxite is surface mined — basically scraped and dug from the top of the ground. The bauxite is crushed and washed with hot sodium hydroxide, which separates it into aluminum hydroxide and waste material called red mud. The aluminum hydroxide is cooled, then heated to over a thousand degrees celsius in a kiln, where it becomes aluminum oxide, or alumina. The alumina is dissolved in a molten substance called cryolite, a rare mineral first discovered in Greenland, and turned into pure aluminum using electricity in a process called electrolysis. The pure aluminum sinks to the bottom of the molten cryolite, is drained off and placed in a mold. It cools into the shape of a long cylindrical bar. The bar is transported west again, to the Port of Bunbury, and loaded onto a container ship bound for — in the case of Coke for sale in Los Angeles — Long Beach.

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Colorado High Schooler Invents Smart Gun That Unlocks With Your Fingerprint | TechCrunch

Colorado has a history with gun violence so it’s only appropriate that 17-year-old Kai Kloepfer, a high school student from Boulder, would want to apply biometric user authentication to firearms. Kloepfer just won the $50,000 Smart Tech for Firearms Challenge for his smart gun prototype.

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Amazon's $200 Kindle Voyage is the Rolls-Royce of e-readers

All of the new software features will be making their way to the refreshed Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite as well. The Paperwhite is getting only the mildest of upgrades -- going from 2GB to 4GB of storage. The truly budget $79 Kindle, on the other hand, is getting a relatively significant revamp. The new design, other than its bulky body, is almost indistinguishable from the Paperwhite. The navigation buttons are all gone and the interface has gone all-touch. You also get a much beefier processor and twice the storage as before. While you don't normally think about the processor in your e-reader, as Amazon keeps packing in features, you'll be thankful for the extra horsepower. Even with the new CPU, you'll probably notice a stutter or two as you poke around in X-Ray or start turning on features like WordWise.

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Worried About Nasties On Public Wi-Fi? This Map Might Help You Avoid Hackers

I’ve been breaking news and writing features about security and privacy for major publications since 2010. Now a freelancer, I’ve been working for The Guardian, Vice Motherboard, Wired UK, BBC.com and now Forbes. I was named BT Security Journalist of the year in 2012 and 2013 for a range of exclusive articles, including an exposé on epic lobbying from US firms on EU data privacy laws, an investigation into poor cyber policing in the UK and a debunking of government promises to end the database state. I like to hear from hackers who are breaking things for either fun or profit and researchers who've uncovered nasty things lurking on the internet. Data breaches are always of interest too. If you have a story to tell and are worried about prying eyes, you can find my PGP key on my website here .

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R + L = J: 'Game of Thrones' fan theories to chew on - CNET

If there's one thing "Game of Thrones" is really good at, it's plot twists. As soon as you start to root for the characters, they wind up either dead or in some strategic alliance with the character or house you despise most. George R.R. Martin, author of the "A Song of Ice and Fire" book series the HBO adaptation is based on, is still hard at work on the last two books in heptalogy, and he's probably saving the best plot twists for last.

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Internet Trolls Are Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Sadists

Look at how low the scores are for everyone except the internet trolls! Their scores for all four terrible personality traits soar on the chart. The relationship between this Dark Tetrad and trolling is so significant, that the authors write the following in their paper:

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Why Bitcoin Is Poised To Win Big In Las Vegas

In Vegas, however, especially on the Strip, bitcoin has even more going for it. First of all, because so many people visit Sin City every year, the market attracts a high volume of people looking to spend money. The Viva Vegas souvenir shop, in which McAlary has placed his first ATM (he calls it the “Bitcoin Bodega"), sees more than 100,000 people a day in foot traffic. Las Vegas also draws an international clientele who want to access their money instantaneously, and to gamble without paying transfer fees to centralized banks.

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LOOK: Killer Whale Crashes Surfing Line-Up

What better way to celebrate the official Mexican Day of the Whale Shark, on August 30th (yes, it is an official holiday), than by snorkeling alongside these gentle giants? They may be the biggest fish in the world—at up to 40 feet long and weighing in at 50 tons, with mouths that open as wide as five feet—but since they only eat plankton, it’s safe as can be to swim alongside them. The black-and-white spotted behemoths come to the waters off of Punta Sam each summer to feed, from mid-May through September. You can opt for a daylong snorkeling trip with Swim With Whale Sharks or a multi-day outing with Natural Habitat Adventures. Photo Credit: Shutterstock More Amazing Places You Can Swim with Sharks

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The TheTechNewsBlog Daily

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

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How Apple Made Your iPhone 6 Much Less Likely To Be Stolen

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the first new smartphones to have the kill switch on by default. Because iPhones are the most commonly stolen smartphone — law enforcement have dubbed iPhone robberies “apple picking” — any reason for thieves to believe their targets are likely to have phones with kill switches should lead to a drop in crime.

51 A Cambrian Explosion In AI Is Coming | TechCrunch
52 js13kGames - HTML5 and JavaScript Game Development Competition in just 13 kilobytes
53 5 Happiness Secrets for More Productive Employees
54 Alibaba Is Already Bigger Than Facebook, Amazon, and IBM | WIRED
55 Are You 'The Flash'? Step Into the S.T.A.R. Labs Mobile Unit and Find Out
56 15 Insanely Great Tricks to Master Apple's iOS 8 | WIRED
57 Motorola Moto X (2014) review - CNET
58 Microsoft Shutters Silicon Valley Research Lab
59 Wife of ISIS Captive, Alan Henning, Asks for His Release
60 Intruder was unarmed, seemed mentally ill; Obamas were not home
61 iOS 8 review: Some overdue updates, but well worth the wait
62 The Lost Art of Candor in the Workplace
63 Wearables After The Apple Watch: Still Not As Disruptive As Smartphones
64 THE MOBILE AND ONLINE BANKING REPORT: Mobile Is Pulling Customers Away From Branches And Online Banking
65 Instagram has a drug problem
66 Bug Invades Android Browser App, Bypasses Security - IGN
67 Philippe Starck Bike Helmet Looks Like Space-Age Riot Gear
68 AI For Everyone: Startups Democratize Deep Learning So Google And Facebook Don't Own It All
69 How Thought Leaders Approach the Global Health Conversation
70 How 3D Printing Will Impact Your Future
71 Emergency Room Communication Sucks. Could This Twitter-Like Tech Save Lives?
72 Characters - Super Smash Bros. for Wii U / 3DS Wiki Guide - IGN
73 These are the apps you want to try on your new iPhone
74 Creators Of Beats And Guitar Hero Launch Smart Home Startup Leeo
75 The Musk Family Plan for Transforming the World's Energy
76 The Investments In A Wearables Future | TechCrunch
77 Return Of The M&A | TechCrunch
78 How “Soft” Architecture Could Change Lopsided Gender Dynamics
79 London’s Tech Boom Is More Than Just Hype, The Hard Numbers Say So | TechCrunch
80 Microsoft Courts iOS 8 Users With OneDrive Free Space Promotion
81 Can the World Really Set Aside Half of the Planet for Wildlife?
82 Peter Thiel Says Computers Haven’t Made Our Lives Significantly Better | MIT Technology Review
83 Can Ebola Be Stopped By Treating It Like A Terrorist Network?
84 Google Piles Pressure On Congress With Latest Transparency Report
85 Gaming Your Way To Better Problem-Solving At Work
86 Apple Cauterizing HealthKit At Launch Shows How High The Stakes Are  | TechCrunch
87 Bitcoin Slips Back Under $400 | TechCrunch
88 NVIDIA Takes On Apollo 11 Moon Landing Deniers--With Technology
89 What I Wish I'd Known About Running a Startup
90 The Science Of Posture: Why Sitting Up Straight Makes You Happier And More Productive
91 Air Food One Delivers Airline Food Right To Your Door | TechCrunch
92 30 Simple Tools For Data Visualization
93 The Big Picture On Digital Receipts | TechCrunch
94 The Entrepreneur On A Mission To Change Women's Media
95 Destiny Could Help Scientists Predict 'Peak Beard'
96 SchoolMint Takes $2.2 Million To Make School Enrollment Easier | TechCrunch
97 Micron ships 16nm node SSDs, cheapest price yet
98 Microsoft sets Windows 9 reveal for Sept. 30
99 Instapaper Goes Freemium With Big iOS Redesign | TechCrunch
100 The Demons Of On-Demand | TechCrunch