Forget The Skyscrapers, Check Out New York City's Basements

In 2010, while apartment-hunting with her husband in upper Manhattan, German photographer Gesche Würfel began documenting these hidden basement homes. In a city of 8.3 million, where open space and privacy is hard to come by, it can take a lot of creativity to make close quarters bearable. A new exhibit at the Blue Sky Gallery in Portland, Ore. showcases Würfel's full-color series, “Basement Sanctuaries,” featuring underground lairs transformed into cozy dens, vaults of strange art, and dungeon-like gyms.

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Wearables After The Apple Watch: Still Not As Disruptive As Smartphones

Hi Kevin - I think the choice to by a traditional mechanical watch is a totally different one to buying the latest electronic gismo. I am not a watch wearer but I have always lusted after a Rolex or Tag etc -The Rolex is classic design that has outlasted and outlived so many Hi tech offerings from the past I and will continue to do so. I am an I-phone user but I do not see the need to continually upgrade to the latest variant (I am a 4s user ) The latest watch whilst an attractive design is not a classic as in many minds it has already been superseded by a new variant in development. The apple phone will enjoy its 15 minutes of fame and then be relegated to the old gadgets drawer like so many other 'fad 'devices. Sometimes devices can be too clever......

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NFL's Roger Goodell Just Had the Press Conference From Hell

In his approximately 10-minute prepared statement, and in answering questions from reporters, Goodell continually stressed the importance of "getting better" as a league and his hopes to effect change beyond just the NFL. He said he intends to have the new conduct policy drafted by Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1. He is not considering resigning, despite calls from many pundits to step down, and admitted the league lacks a consistent policy for dealing with domestic violence by players.

4 Alibaba Now Public As It Raises $21 Billion in Biggest Tech IPO

The IPO has huge ramifications for Yahoo, which in 2005 bought a 40 percent stake in Alibaba for $1 billion in a plan hatched by then-CEO Terry Semel* and co-founder Jerry Yang that has turned out to be one of the smartest deals of the last decade. Since then, Yahoo has sold a chunk of its stake back to Alibaba but still owns 22.4 percent. It sold less than half of that in today’s offering, which could be worth as much as $8 billion. Yahoo plans to return at least half of that to shareholders and will hold on to somewhere around a 16 percent stake in Alibaba after the IPO.

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Final Fantasy Agito+ is a free Vita game for Japan

Final Fantasy Agito is coming to Vita in Japan as a free game called Final Fantasy Agito+ , due out on January 15, 2015. A new trailer details the Vita game, with information translated by Final Fantasy Union . Final Fantasy Agito+ contains the content in the original mobile RPG launched in May in Japan. The new game will be available digitally for free or at retail for 3,800 yen ($35). There's no word on a western release of Final Fantasy Agito+ or its original counterpart for iOS and Android. [Image: Square Enix]

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FIFA 15 booting up for EA Access members today

In FIFA 15, Authentic Player Visuals come to life on a Living Pitch where everything is alive and the turf evolves at every step, plant, or slide. For the first time ever, the FIFA development team utilized physically based rendering to bring atmospheres and players to life, further blurring the line between the virtual and real world of football. The new rendering works in combination with a new player model and rigging system to make every athlete look and feel athletic, lean, and true to their natural form. FIFA 15 is played on a Living Pitch where boots and hard slide tackles will leave their mark as each match progresses; players will get mud and dirt on their kits. Other visual details including animated LED ad boards, corner flag and goal frame movement, and realistic atmosphere conditions will keep fans immersed in the game.

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How to make the switch from iPhone to Windows Phone

However, abruptly veering from Apple’s flagship device to Microsoft’s isn’t always the easiest task. You’ve likely accumulated a wealth of vital contacts, precious photos, and other content over potentially years of ownership. Lucky for you, we’ve got everything you need to know to make the transition a seamless one. What follows is our step-by-step guide on how to transfer everything from your contacts and email, to your photos and music, from an iPhone to your new Windows Phone. Unfortunately, you’re on your own when it comes to apps.

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U.S. judge awards $40.7 million in SEC case over bitcoin Ponzi scheme

(Reuters) - A U.S. federal judge in Texas ordered Bitcoin Savings and Trust and its owner to pay a combined $40.7 million after the Securities and Exchange Commission established that the company, which sold investments using the virtual currency, was a Ponzi scheme.

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Alibaba Surges in New York Trading Debut After U.S. IPO

The Chinese company’s shares rose 38 percent to $93.89 in New York today, after the IPO was priced at $68. The e-commerce company, which started in 1999 with $60,000 cobbled together by founder Jack Ma, is now valued at $231.4 billion. That makes it larger than Amazon.com Inc. and EBay Inc. combined, and more valuable than all but 10 companies in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index.

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Shonda Rhimes Shares 'Scandal' Blooper Reel After Bonkers Season 3 Finale

Rhimes also fielded several questions about the season's last episode, "The Price of Free and Fair Election." Rhimes gives insight into whether Olivia (Kerry Washington) really quit Olivia Pope & Associates, how Jake almost became a vice-presidential candidate instead of B613's leader as well as what the thought process was for Huck and Quinn's sex scene.

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Super Early Data Suggests iPhone 6 Is Outselling 6 Plus By A Lot | TechCrunch

The data is really, REALLY early (the phone has only been on the shelves for about 18 hours at this point, after all) — but so far, the 6 seems to be outpacing the 6 Plus by quite a bit.

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In Real Life: A gaming graphic novel giveaway from Joystiq

With the fall gaming season in full swing now, it's easy to get overwhelmed by the flood. Do I play Destiny ? Hyrule Warriors ? What about good ol' Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call ? Too many games! Let's step back from playing, give our brains a collective breather, and just read about playing them instead. Doesn't that sound relaxing? Lucky for you, Jen Wang and Cory Doctorow have just released In Real Life . With slick writing and warm art, In Real Life is a graphic novel about a teenage gold farmer that will soothe the savage gaming beast inside. Read a preview of the book in the gallery below. We're giving away five free copies of In Real Life. All you need to do to snatch one is Like Joystiq on Facebook and/or follow us on Twitter using the widget below. Check out the full rules below as well! In Real Life: A gaming graphic novel giveaway from Joystiq [Images: First Second Books] In Real Life (Excerpt) JoySwag Giveaway Rules

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Patient Access And Control: The Future Of Chronic Disease Management? | TechCrunch

Sufferers of chronic kidney disease (CKD) in the United States are among the more active practitioners of disease self-management. It involves, among other disciplines, rigorous self-monitoring of blood glucose and blood pressure levels, strict dietary discipline and, possibly, self-administering of insulin injections. It is a complex program of continuous diagnosis and treatment that also entails the regular communication of patient data to, and sharing among, multiple care providers.

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The “Oculus Platform” Marketplace For Virtual Reality App Launches This Fall | TechCrunch

[ Update 4:35pm PST : After sitting down with Oculus co-founder and VP of Product Nate Mitchell, we've got new details on the future of the Oculus Platform. First, the goal is to eventually give VR developers a way to make money. Mitchell tells me the top question Oculus gets from VR app developers is when they'll be able to sell their experiences. He believes this will create "a cycle that improves the ecosystem. If they if they can be super successful (making money), they can reinvest in development, and that’s the best thing." Creating a great marketplace for developers is largely why Oculus hired Jason Holtman, who turned Valve's Steam online game store into a favorite in the gaming comunity, as its Head Of Platform.

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How to make REAL Japanese ramen from scratch

The author's remarks about Ramen in the US being unhealthy and carcinogenic is unfounded. The gist of this recipe is how to make noodles . . which, in and of themselves are just a starchy filling . . not necessaritly healthy as a food choice by itself. . . and then salt and bouillion as additives for the mix, are not healthy either . . A cursory search online can give you recipes on how to make noodles . . nothing special here . . the most important thing for a healthy and delicious Ramen is ingredients . . the author suggests just tossing a flavor packet from one of those Ramen packages included in the cheap Raman . . well . . for everyone's information . . that is the unknown factor in store bought raman and is the carcinogenic part if there is one . . it'd be nice if the author was teaching people how to make a flavorful ramen and healthy one by instructing on how to prepare and add meat and vegetable ingredients. . . too bad. . this is just a recipe to make noodles. You'd be better served to buy noodles pre-made and learn how to prepare ingredients.

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California Authorities Capture 4 of 5 Jail Escapees

Four out of five inmates who escaped from a central California jail near Fresno were captured Saturday night, about 24 hours after they escaped from a county jail.

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Sweeten, A Match-Making Platform For Homeowners And Renovators, Launches Out Of Beta | TechCrunch

Sweeten is an award-winning site that matches home and small business owners with renovation needs to the best architects, designers and general contractors for their projects using a proprietary algorithm. Currently Sweeten hosts over $70 million in construction projects for thousands of homeowners in the New York City area, and has successfully completed hundreds of major renovations to date.

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TechCrunch Giveaway: LogMeIn Rescue + 1 Year Mobile License | TechCrunch

LogMeIn is a leading provider of on-demand, remote-connectivity solutions to mobile operators, handset OEMs, small and medium businesses, IT service providers and consumers. LogMeIn products are deployed on demand and are accessible through a Web browser. LogMeIn is based near Boston in Woburn, Massachusetts, with offices in Australia, Hungary and the Netherlands. https://secure.logmein.com

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iPhone 6 Plus tidbits: iOS 8 build number different, 1.38GHz A8 chip with 1GB RAM confirmed and more

Nice post. Some interesting points here. I think I read somewhere once that the amount of unavailable space on any system always increases with the amount available. So for instance, with the 128gb iphone, 18gb is lost giving you 110gb, but with a 64gb iphone, you may only loose 8gb (this is the case with my iphone 5 as I have 56gb available with a fresh restore). No idea why this is the case, I just read that it is. Ha! So in the future when we see 1tb iPhones, we will probably be able to utilise 900gb of the space! Maybe a tech guy could explain further as to why this is?

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Veteran Venture Capitalist Pierre Lamond Joins Formation 8 As An Advisor | TechCrunch

So when they heard that Lamond was leaving Khosla Ventures, he and Yu reached out to see if their mentor would be interested in joining Formation 8. Lamond didn’t want the full responsibilities of a partner, but agreed to be heavily involved in the firm. And as part of his advisory role, he’ll be allowed to invest along with Formation 8 whenever they choose to back a company.

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"The Mess We're In" by Joe Armstrong

"The Mess We're In" by Joe Armstrong

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Sunday's Climate Protest Could Be a Turning Point on Global Warming

“The climate movement is becoming one of the historic and powerful social movements, and, in some ways, the biggest social movement on a global basis that we have ever seen,” Gore said. “It is still in its early years. Many people have been at it for a long time, some of them a lot longer than me, and yet for the mass of people, it is just now becoming a social movement that it must be in order to prevail.”

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The $300 Headband That Gamifies Your Moment Of Zen | TechCrunch

The Muse brain-training headband promises to help you reduce stress and anxiety in just three minutes a day. I went with our TechCrunch TV crew to chat with Muse co-founder and CEO Ariel Garten and to try out the tech…which turned into my own, personal calmness competition.

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Kim Kardashian, Vanessa Hudgens Targeted in Latest Celebrity Photo Hack

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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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.

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The Priest Who Invented The Big Bang - OpenMind

In 1927, at age 32, Lemaître published the first study in which he proposed that the universe was expanding and provided the first estimate of its speed. His study, in French, went unnoticed. The few physicists who came to hear his theory rejected it outright, as they saw it unacceptable. The idea of ​​a stable universe, without a beginning, was so widespread that even Einstein had included in his theory of general relativity a “cosmological constant” that functioned as a negative force of gravity. Its function was to prevent the universe collapsing back on itself being under the pressure of the force of gravity. The result of this hack was a stable, static universe. Without this constant, nature showed Lemaître to be right, and Eddington was convinced of this when his former student turned up looking for him. The priest published an English version of his study, with the help of Eddington, in 1931 and continued to develop his idea that the universe came from a tiny point, a “primeval atom” or a “cosmic egg” that exploded at the time of the “creation” of the universe .

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25 iOS 8 Tips and Tricks

Apple made a lot of changes to Safari with iOS 8, but one that went unnoticed is an iCloud Tabs feature that lets you close a tab on your iPad, from your iPhone or vice versa. Just open the Tab view in Safari, scroll down to see iCloud tabs, and slide right on any of the tabs, and tap on Delete. Note that this requires both devices to be running iOS 8.

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IOS 8 How To Guide - iPhone Wiki Guide - IGN

iOS 8 has arrived, and IGN is here to help with a complete How To guide for everything you'd ever want to do with your new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus. iOS 8 is the most recent iteration of Apple's tablet and iPhone operating system. iOS 8 officially launched September 18, 2014. 

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iPhone 6 tidbits: 1.36 GHz A8 chip with 1GB RAM confirmed, Display Zoom and more

The iPhone 6 got a single-core score of 1612, and multi-core score of 2918, which is marginally higher than the iPhone 6 Plus, which got a single-core score of 1612, and multi-core score of 2881. iPhone 5s got a single-core score of 1408, and 2,513 (higher scores are better). Apple has said that the iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 6 are powered by A8 chip which offers up to 25% faster CPU performance, and up to 50% more graphics performance.

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SchoolMint Takes $2.2 Million To Make School Enrollment Easier | TechCrunch

Startups have raised millions of dollars to improve every aspect of the classroom experience, but now there’s one focused on making it easier to actually enroll kids in schools.

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Scotland Saves the Union Jack, a True Design Masterpiece | WIRED

In addition to decorating Mini Coopers and Paul Smith’s menswear, the Union Flag is quietly one of the most brilliant works in the history of graphic design. The Union Jack, as it’s popularly known, cleverly combines the flags of England, Scotland, and Northern Ireland in a way that respects the constituents while creating a greater whole. It’s a brilliantly executed design, and though many don’t even notice the layers at first, like the invisible arrow in the FedEx logo, it’s impossible not to see once discovered.

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After 'No' Vote, Scotland's Leader Steps Down

"I spoke to the Prime Minister today and, although he reiterated his intention to proceed as he has outlined, he would not commit to a second reading vote by 27th March on a Scotland Bill," Salmond said. "That was a clear promise laid out by Gordon Brown during the campaign. The Prime Minister says such a vote would be meaningless. I suspect he cannot guarantee the support of his party."

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iFixit cracks open an iPhone 6 Plus to get at the massive battery inside

Need something to make today's wait for your new iPhone easier? Watching the crew at iFixit go at a brand new iPhone 6 Plus with their screwdrivers, spudgers and iSclacks probably won't help, but at least it will pass the time. They're in the middle of pulling Apple's XL-sized phone apart, and while there's not a lot new to report (it's a phone, and it has 1GB of RAM) the pics are always entertaining. The 6 Plus' 5.5-inch display also leaves room for a larger battery, and now we know that it's a 2915 mAh unit. That's about twice the size of the one in the iPhone 5s, slightly bigger than the battery in the Galaxy S 5, but smaller than the swappable 3,220mAh unit slotted inside the 5.7-inch Galaxy Note 4 .

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CrunchWeek: Alibaba’s IPO, Minecraft, And Sarah Gets A ManServant | TechCrunch

Happy Friday, everyone, and welcome to another episode of CrunchWeek. This time around the table, TechCrunch’s Sarah Buhr , Ryan Lawler  and myself discussed Alibaba’s massive IPO , Microsoft picking up Minecraft for a few dollars , and why Sarah had someone hold an umbrella for her .

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Everything to do, see, and read this weekend

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Keyboard apps make typing a breeze in iOS 8

Keyboard apps make typing a breeze in iOS 8 SAN FRANCISCO — Swipe it, type it, set a shortcut, grab a dictionary perfect for texting from your favorite sporting event: Typing on new Apple gadgets gets a lot easier with iOS 8. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1umSpZJ

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The UX App That's Driving Design Everywhere, From Airbnb to Zappos | WIRED

In Valberg’s view, design isn’t about pixel-perfect mock-ups, but instead, creatively solving a business’ problems. “All things need to be designed, and dealing with products that are consumed online is where InVision comes in,” he says. “E.B. White said ‘The best writing is rewriting’ and we believe the best design comes through iteration.” He likens using InVision to the process of building a house, noting that it’s easier to change a design when it’s a blueprint, rather than after bricks have been laid.

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10 Things We Want From Our Vendors

The toughest part of any vendor negotiation is determining who is going to accept what amount of risk for what price. Buyers want the vendor to take on maximum risk for as little money as possible. Vendors want to assume as little risk for as many dollars as possible. What you need is for your vendors to have some skin in the game, so that they will share in the success or failure of whatever project, service, or hardware they are providing. This can be achieved by putting fees at risk in the SLA, so that a vendor that does not achieve a certain score on a KPI or SLA must reduce its fees by a certain percentage.

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Get started with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

You can transfer your contacts one of two ways. If your old device uses a nano-SIM card, you can copy all your contacts to its SIM; once you’ve set up your iPhone, you can copy those contacts by swapping out your iPhone’s card with your old nano-SIM and heading to Settings > Mail, Contacts, Calendars > Import SIM Contacts. Once the import has completed, eject your old SIM and put the one that came with your new iPhone back in its tray. (If you’re worried about doing this yourself, you can always head down to your nearest Apple Store—any employee should be able to do it for you.)

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Some consumers say Apple is losing its 'cool' factor

This is such a weak, silly article. For a company that just broke the record in pre-sale phone launches @ over 4 million, I guess uncool is the new cool again. As far as “copying Samsung” – how can Apple “copy” Samsung, when the entire industry has copied Apple’s phone since 2007? A larger screen is merely the result of Apple’s product research and consumer sentiment. Should Apple just ignore that? Of course not, they’ve been listening to consumers since the beginning. As far as lacking “innovation”, Apple launched it’s own programming language earlier in the year – how is that not innovative? Forget about screen size – we’re talking about an entirely new way of programming, which is more innovative than any product can be. What’s more is that Apple is about to disrupt the entire health insurance industry with the Health Kit and watch. What has Samsung innovated, exactly again?

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In Silicon Valley, Awe, Dread and Hope for Alibaba

“Ultimately if you’re a venture person what you hope for one day is to have a bidding war occur for one of your companies,” Mr. Agrawal said. “Having Alibaba is a good thing for the venture industry because long term I think they will be aggressive in the US market.”

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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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360° Drop & Scratch Protection For Your Beloved iPhone 6

360° Drop & Scratch Protection For Your Beloved iPhone 6

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A Unique Fingertip Sensor Helps Robots Touch The World Around Them | TechCrunch

In Platt’s experiments, a Baxter robot from MIT spinout Rethink Robotics was equipped with a two-pincer gripper, one of whose pincers had a GelSight sensor on its tip. Using conventional computer-vision algorithms, the robot identified the dangling USB plug and attempted to grasp it. It then determined the position of the USB plug relative to its gripper from an embossed USB symbol. Although there was a 3-millimeter variation, in each of two dimensions, in where the robot grasped the plug, it was still able to insert it into a USB port that tolerated only about a millimeter’s error.

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Microsoft delays Xbox One launch in China - GeekWire

“At Xbox, we pride ourselves on delivering first rate gaming and entertainment experiences and to allow us to deliver on that promise we need to reschedule the launch of Xbox One,” Microsoft said in a statement. “Working with our partner, BesTV, we look forward to launching in China by the end of this year.”

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New Nintendo eShop releases: Curtain Call, Smash 3DS Demo

Sure, there are a few new releases on Wii U, but this week the eShop's really all about the 3DS. For starters, if you've yet to grab a code for the Super Smash Bros. demo, the good news is it'll be available for all starting 9AM PT/midday ET tomorrow, September 19. The demo includes Mario, Link, Pikachu, the Villager and Mega Man (where's my Wii Fit Trainer dangit!) and a single stage, namely Battlefield. Other things to note : The demo supports local multiplayer but not online, its save data isn't compatible with the full game, and like other eShop demos you can only open it 30 times. If you'd rather wait it out, the game proper hits stores on October 3. If you're more a lover than a fighter, there are plenty of other activities to explore on the go. Musical types can take on Theatrhyhtm Final Fantasy Curtain Call , which Danny Cowan said "easily surpasses its predecessor" in our review , and there are fishing RPG (yup) and culinary larks in Legend of the River King 2 and Cooking Mama 5 . River King dev Natsume has another Virtual Console game this week in arcade-style western shooter Wild Guns , available on Wii U.

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How to turn on Android encryption today (no waiting necessary)

On Thursday Google announced that the next version of Android will have encryption enabled by default, protecting user data from anyone who lacks password access. It's a feature lauded by privacy advocates, and matches Apple's new iPhone policy. But Google's new policy isn't very helpful if you own an Android phone that won't be updated to Android L for a while (if ever).

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Netflix Is Finally Coming To Linux Without The Need For Hacky Tricks | TechCrunch

If you’re sitting in the itty-bitty overlapping sliver on the Venn diagram of “People who use Ubuntu” and “People who can’t figure out how to use user agent spoofing and other trickery to make Netflix work on Ubuntu” — good news! Netflix is likely (finally) coming to Ubuntu soon.

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NYSE Traders Weigh In On Alibaba’s IPO | TechCrunch

We were on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange this morning for Alibaba’s debut. The Chinese e-commerce company had the biggest initial public offering ever for a U.S.-listed company, and its share price jumped another 36 percent when it opened at $92.70 . (After approaching $100, the stock closed at $93.89.)

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Tech Time Warp of the Week: A Look Back at Larry Ellison's Most Outrageous Moments as a CEO | WIRED

Oracle founder and all-around Silicon Valley legend Larry Ellison is stepping down as CEO of the world’s most frighteningly powerful database company after 37 years at the helm. And though this is largely ceremonial—he will no doubt continue to run Oracle for the rest of his life and from beyond the grave—it provides a good excuse to remember the man’s most colorful moments. If that’s the right term.

51 eBay flaw has existed for months
52 vladikoff/chromeos-apk
53 Mixing it up with the ultra-powerful Blendtec Designer 725 (pictures) - CNET
54 The Big Picture On Digital Receipts | TechCrunch
55 How to Ditch Android and Join the Apple Side | WIRED
56 Need Room Service? A Google-Backed Robot May Knock at Your Door
57 Three devs, one house, a corgi and a dream
58 Our iPhone 6 Plus unboxing photos and first impressions
59 Uber hits road block in France as taxi lobby gains upper hand - CNET
60 3 Things to Know Before Embarking on an International Job Assignment
61 Master Chief (Possibly) Spotted in Destiny - IGN
62 Apple's iOS 8 Keyboard Gets Flooded With Replacements
63 IGN on Twitter: "Disney Infinity 2.0: Marvel Super Heroes review: http://t.co/vlTaCl65UT http://t.co/bYcGhxxNNQ"
64 White House Fence-Jumper Made It Inside Before Getting Caught [VIDEO]
65 So Apple doesn't collect as much data as Google. Maybe it should
66 Apple faithful line up for latest, larger iPhones
67 J. Lo's Butt Stars in 'Booty' Music Video [VIDEO]
68 Alibaba Threw A Crazy Party At Its Headquarters To Celebrate Yesterday's IPO
69 A Dragon Quest Heroes gameplay video draws near!
70 Ellison’s Been Paid Billions as Oracle CEO; His Stake Is Worth a Lot More
71 The Totally Serious Plan to Connect Brooklyn and Manhattan by Gondola | WIRED
72 Samsung Galaxy A5: First pictures and details allegedly surface - CNET
73 Apple fans and resellers line up for the iPhone 6
74 Live blog: What's happening with Alibaba's IPO?
75 From Steve Jobs costumes to Batman: What the launch of the iPhone 6 looked like worldwide
76 Forget GMOs. The Future of Food Is Data—Mountains of It | WIRED
77 Mirantis wants to part ways with Red Hat and it's easy to see why
78 Apple fan buys iPhone 6, promptly drops it - CNET
79 Oculus Execs Believe Controllers Are The Missing Link In Virtual Reality | TechCrunch
80 HTC Nexus 9 rumors claim an October 16th release date
81 Notion Ink Quietly Releases The Cain Windows Tablet | TechCrunch
82 Make A Frankencooler Pumpkin
83 YouTube Invests Millions To Keep Its Top Stars Home
84 Why was it only men who queued for an iPhone 6? - Telegraph
85 Getting to know interactive notifications on iOS 8 - CNET
86 Keyboard Apps Dominate The App Store’s Top Charts After iOS 8 Release | TechCrunch
87 Super Joystiq Podcast 113: Hyrule Warriors, The Master Chief Collection, Murasaki Baby, Theatrhythm
88 Watch the Evolution of the iPhone in a Single GIF
89 Oracle CEO Larry Ellison Steps Down; Catz, Hurd Named Co-CEOs
90 Health Insurance Marketplace, Affordable Care Act
91 11 Of The Oldest Living Things In The World
92 Scientists Have Simulated Time Travel With Photons | IFLScience
93 Awwww. Dad Makes His Goth Girl Feel At Home In This Charming Home Improvement Ad
94 iPhone 6 Plus Camera Review: Iceland
95 WordPress.com
96 Solar City and Tesla Combine Manufacturing Plans | MIT Technology Review
97 Explore Black Holes and Destroy Planets in the Awesome New Interstellar Game | WIRED
98 You're invited to join OhLife! It helps you remember what's happened in your life.
99 Destiny is the World's Best-Selling New Franchise Ever - IGN
100 The Top 25 Modern PC Games - IGN