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    Business Insider What just happened to Apple, explainedBusiness InsiderThe European Commission, the EU’s executive arm, is ordering Apple to pay $14.5 billion in taxes to Ireland. But Ireland doesn’t want the money, and Apple says it shouldn’t have to pay. And the kind of tax breaks that the EU accuses Ireland of offering …EU ruling […]...

    Politico Trump hammers Clinton for new Benghazi emailsPoliticoDonald Trump’s campaign on Tuesday seized on revelations that the FBI has recovered an additional 30 emails from Hillary Clinton’s private server possibly related to the 2012 Benghazi terrorist attack, saying the discovery makes one wonder “what is …FBI Recovers 30 Hillary Clinton Emails Involving BenghaziDaily BeastFBI to release […]...

    NBCSports.com ESPN won’t show national anthem before 49ers gameNBCSports.comOne of the most-discussed moments of Week One of the NFL season will be the national anthem before the Monday night 49ers-Rams game, when Colin Kaepernick is expected to continue his protest and remain seated while other players are standing.Jim Brown on Colin Kaepernick: ‘I am with […]...

    CNN ISIS spokesman killed in Aleppo, group saysCNN Islamic State Spokesman Killed in SyriaWall Street JournalThe ISIS Attack Dog Reported DeadDaily BeastIn potential blow to propaganda power, Islamic State reports death of senior leader in SyriaWashington PostReuters -New York Daily News -BBC News -Chicago Tribuneall 147 news articles » Powered by WPeMatico...

    Los Angeles Times Meg Whitman stumps for Hillary Clinton, demurs when asked about Cabinet postLos Angeles TimesRepublican billionaire Meg Whitman, in her first appearance on the campaign trail for Hillary Clinton, wouldn’t rule out serving in a Cabinet position if the Democratic presidential nominee wins the White House in the fall. “We’ll see what happens […]...

    Chicago Tribune Chicago police seek to fire Van Dyke and 4 other cops in Laquan McDonald shootingChicago TribuneJason Van Dyke approaches the bench of Judge Vincent Gaughan at Leighton Criminal Courts Building in Chicago on June 30, 2016, for a hearing to discuss the special prosecutor in Van Dyke’s upcoming trial. Jason Van Dyke approaches […]...

    State finds 30 deleted Clinton emails on BenghaziWashington Examiner (blog)State Department attorneys said Tuesday the agency had discovered 30 Benghazi-related emails among the records recovered from Hillary Clinton’s private server. A judge asked the agency to hasten its review of the documents in preparation for release to … and more » Powered by WPeMatico...

    New York Times Movies|Gene Wilder’s Understated NuttinessNew York TimesGene Wilder earned a Golden Globe nomination for his role in “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.” Credit Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images. Gene Wilder was born Jerome Silberman but changed his name. With blue eyes that big, and hair that …Critic’s Notebook: Gene Wilder, the Mad Hatter Who […]...

    Washington Post Obama commutes sentences of 111 inmates, setting record for a single monthWashington PostPresident Obama on Tuesday commuted the sentences for 111 inmates, the latest in his push to ease harsh penalties given to nonviolent drug offenders. Obama has been critical of what he has called the “devastating” effects of severe sentences handed …Obama commutes […]...

    Philly.com Ex-Stanford swimmer Brock Turner to leave jail Friday after serving half his sexual-assault sentencePhilly.comA combination of booking photos shows former Stanford University student Brock Turner (left on Jan. 18, 2015 at the time of arrest and after Turner was sentenced to six months in county jail for the sexual assault of an unconscious woman. […]...
    Today I fucked up by sending my college professor a report using my personal email address. For some reason the file wouldn't send through my school email address and it was overdue. I said fuck it and used my Gmail account. I've had this account for years and usually have my real name associated with it. I've been pretty active in Twitch and YouTube live stream chats lately so I changed my name to protect my identity. After sending the file while in class, he instantly starts laughing his ass off. He then proceeds to stand up and address the entire class of about thirty people and asks, "Alright, which of you rascals is Thundernuts?" I reluctantly raised my hand as my face turned red as a fucking thing that's really fucking red. Now my nickname is Dr. Thunder so I guess it's not a total loss. I'm a fucking idiot. submitted by /u/Sheqaq t...

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    The BBC's Geeta Pandey in Delhi collects some tips for politicians after a minister says women tourists should avoid wearing skirts.

    BBC Mundo's Natalio Cosoy asks Colombians in the capital Bogota whether they think the peace agreement with the Farc rebels signals a new start for the country.

    At the Paralympic Games in Sydney, Kenyan distance runner Henry Wanyoike won his first gold medal

    One of the longest-serving and most prominent leaders of so-called Islamic State, Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, is killed in the Syrian province of Aleppo.

    Avon Lake is an upmarket suburb of a US city - but opiate addiction is tearing apart the fabric of the neighbourhood.

    Human rights researchers warn of a "devastating" lack of information for families of migrants who might have drowned in the Mediterranean.

    Police in Los Angeles search the home of singer Chris Brown after receiving an emergency call from a woman.

    Will Pennsylvania be the key to winning the US presidential election?

    NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick should find another country, said Donald Trump after the player sat through the national anthem to protest over race relations.

    The US welcomes a pause in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces in northern Syria, urging them to focus on fighting so-called Islamic State.
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    Gawker.com is shutting down today, Monday 22nd August, 2016, some 13 years after it began and two days before the end of my forties. It is the end of an era.Read more...

    Gawker.com will cease operations today. I asked former editors of the site to help us send it off. Thanks for reading, commenting, and tipping. Long live Gawker. —APRead more...

    I often feel guilt when I assign a story. This is partly a function of being a woman who would, if she had her way, please and comfort her entire universe of acquaintances, and partly a function of having been convinced at a relatively young age by the argument that Janet Malcolm famously made in The Journalist and the Murderer: “Every journalist who is not too stupid or full of himself to notice what is going on knows that what he does is morally indefensible.”Read more......

    A lie with a billion dollars behind it is stronger than the truth. Peter Thiel has shut down Gawker.com. Read more...

    Wherever you go in this life, there is some jerk telling you what to do. Almost always. But not always. Read more...

    Breakups have a way of robbing you of your identity, especially when you’re the one who’s being broken up with. If the union was worth joining in the first place, severing it disrupts your habits, your decision-making, your system of loving. It erases the mutations your love has engendered. You don’t even get to keep them in a jar of formaldehyde. Your best chance at preservation is art.Read more......

    A cool sunset does more for a hot publication’s glory than all the sweaty days of its actual word-pushing. As night falls—and night always falls, honey—plenty of beloveds return and gather round to tamp down the grave. Some come to tap-dance because every media graveyard has sad ghouls.Read more......

    Goodnight, friends.Read more...

    The world is your oyster. By which I mean it’s under intense surveillance at all times even though that’s a giant waste of energy, money, and humanity.Read more...

    Trump has been promoted this week from statue to puppet.Read more...
    Hmm… we can't say we're too surprised! In a conversation with Entertainment Tonight, Ashton Kutcher discussed his true feelings on daughter Wyatt possibly getting into show business when she's older. Let's just say Mr. Kutcher has some strong feelings on the subject! Related: Ashton Remembers The Time Wyatt Dropped The F-Bomb! While the actor and Mila Kunis' baby [...]...

    Well, that was fast! On August 27, Lindsay Lohan was spotted out with restaurant and bar owner Dennis Papageorgiou. The two have been hanging out for the past few days which has led to rampant speculation about their relationship status, especially since the actress JUST split from fiancé Egor Tarabasov. Related: Lindsay Is Still Wearing Her [...]...

    Those who knew Gene Wilder are struggling to process his death. On Monday, the icon passed away at 83 years old due to complications with Alzheimer's Disease. And on Tuesday, the man who once starred as Charlie alongside the late legend in Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory is speaking out about the sad loss. Related: James [...]...

    Ann Coulter was NOT impressed with the jabs and burns during Comedy Central's Roast of Rob Lowe – probably because most of the comedic barbs were aimed at her instead of Lowe himself! The conservative political commentator, who was there to roast the Parks and Recreation actor — and plug her new book In Trump We [...]...

    Is this too good to be true?? While Rihanna and Drake were already two of the most talked about celebrities in the world prior to last weekend, they achieved a new level of fame all in less than 48 hours. The Anti singer easily won the VMAs thanks to her FOUR separate performances as well as her [...]...

    Well this is a huge update! Nearly twelve hours after cops were called to Chris Brown's home after an alleged incident involving him threatening a woman with a gun, the Royalty singer has finally exited his "palace." In case you missed all the drama on Tuesday, the controversial celeb has since taken to Instagram to slam allegations [...]...

    The battle between Kesha and Dr. Luke marches forward. On Tuesday, attorneys for the feuding celebs met in New York to hash out a conflict of interest for the judge presiding over their ongoing legal issues. Related: Kesha Thanks Her Fans For Their Undying Support! For those who missed it, in April New York Supreme Court Justice Shirley [...]...

    She won't have to look out for demogorgons this time! Stranger Things actress Shannon Purser, who broke out as the beloved character Barb on Netflix's sci-fi summer hit, is joining the cast of the Archie reboot Riverdale! According to EW, the actress will appear on the teen drama for at least three episodes playing Ethel Muggs. In the [...]...

    Wow. We hate hearing this, if true. As we're sure you've heard by now, pageant queen Baylee Curran called the cops on Chris Brown in the early hours of Tuesday morning, claiming the scandalized singer threatened her with a gun. Breezy and pal Ray J, who was also there, have since taken to Instagram to share [...]...

    We really, truly hope this isn't the case… On Sunday night's upcoming episode of KUWTK, the Kardashian women reveal they are concerned about Rob Kardashian possibly becoming reclusive again after working so hard to return to the public eye and get healthy over the last year. Related: Kim Kardashian Shows Off Slim Physique With Kanye At The [...]...
    Kim, Kanye and North felt the need ... for sweets, and lots of 'em based on how much they forked out during a candy shopping spree. The fam hit up the Dylan's Candy Bar flagship store Monday, and sources tell us they whipped out 2… ...

    The woman who called the cops on Chris Brown says the singer pulled a gun on her because she was admiring a piece of jewelry ... and afterwards his people demanded she signed a non-disclosure agreement.  Baylee Curran appeared on "TMZ Live"… ...

    3:00 PM PT -- Chris went back inside the house. His lawyer is still there, and police have NOT arrested Chris yet. 2:30 PM PT -- Chris just walked out of the house in a red cap. He is NOT in handcuffs, and police are standing watch ... but Chris… ...

    Baylor sophomore receiver Ishmael Zamora has been handed a 3 game suspension, community service, and counseling after an animal abuse incident in June ... TMZ Sports has learned. "Our football program does not condone this behavior by… ...

    Rick Ross had a deal with DGK clothing company to rock its gear in public, but he says the checks stopped coming ... so now he's suing to get his scratch. Rick Ross Touring filed the suit, claiming Rick had a 2 year deal to be DGK's brand… ...

    Rodney Harrison WILL NOT BE DISCIPLINED for his controversial comments about Colin Kaepernick ... a rep for NBC Sports tells TMZ Sports. Harrison made the shocking comments during a radio interview Tuesday morning saying, "I'm a black man… ...

    T-Pain is begging the public to help him and authorities find the suspect who fatally stabbed his niece Tuesday morning in Florida. Tallahassee cops say they responded to a call of someone getting stabbed at a Walgreens. When cops arrived, they… ...

    Minister Louis Farrakhan says he -- and the entire Nation Of Islam -- are 100% behind Colin Kaepernick ... praising the QB's American flag protest as a "courageous stand." Farrakhan released a statement via his Facebook page in which he thanked Kaep… ...

    TMZ Sports has obtained video from Tim Tebow's MLB workout at USC Tuesday morning ... showing the ex-QB sprinting, catching fly balls, showcasing his arm ... and BLASTING A HOME RUN!! According FS1's Skip Bayless, there are reps from 27 pro teams… ...

    Nick Young is begging his friend and neighbor Chris Brown ... PACK YOUR STUFF AND MOVE ALREADY ... 'cause you're ruining the neighborhood.  Young currently lives right near Brown's valley home in Tarzana, CA -- which was surrounded by the SWAT… ...
    Seventeen and a half seems very close to eighteen when you can start publicly discussing wanting to bang a manufacture teen pop with big knockers. Maybe you talk about wanting to spank her ass or something while you're waiting for the clock hands to move. read more...

    Chris Brown is set to be arrested by L.A.P.D. Spin the Chris Brown roulette wheel of tiny nimble criminal complaints for the charges. read more

    Chrissy Teigen was never much of a looker, but she had the savvy to become a famous, well-paid model even so. Fucking John Legend could be worse. read more

    Prince Jackson capped off a day of people who ignore the ugly truth celebrating what would've been Michael Jackson's 58th birthday with a poetic tribute to his dad on Instagram. If anybody should be able to pretend Michael Jackson wasn't a serial pedophile, it would be... read more...

    The world of twits is in a lather because cameras captured Kim Kardashian and Kanye West pawing each other like two straight teenagers in the VMA audience Sunday night, but backstage caught on camera they were remote and distant and seemingly feuding. It's almost as if... read more...

    Talk of topless beaches and topless days have Mr. Skin and his co-hosts united in the cause to #FreeTheNipple. Coming off the heels of VMAs, Mr. Skin shares his favorite sexy moments on the awards show from over the years, and as usual, brings the latest TV and movie... read more...

    Charlie Sheen's winning formula relied on being alive, being rich, and being desired by women. Those all seem to be going away pretty fast. read more

    Some whore was sexting with Anthony Weiner and released his weird dong pic to the public, which seems incredibly awful yet nobody's coming down on her. She's reportedly a huge Trump supporter. This is how we're going to take down the Democrats. read more...

    Blac Chyna did a vomit inducing photo shoot for Paper magazine. If Valtrex isn't advertising in that publication they're missing out. read more

    Everybody has a group these days. Including moms of college sons accused of campus rape. Families Advocating for Campus Equality (FACE). Because mothers of boys being railroaded by date rape charges at Universities bound by Title IX funding are starting to rethink the... read more...
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    The FCC may be having some success hauling AT&T out on the carpet for throttling unlimited data plans without clear warnings to customers, but the FTC isn't so lucky. A Ninth Circuit appeals court has tossed out the FTC's lawsuit against AT&......

    Papa John's knows a delicious pizza goes well with marathoning your favorite shows by way of the Apple TV. That's why the pizza giant has launched a new app to let you order, customize and pay a pizza order directly from the Apple TV itself....

    Just in time for back to school season, Microsoft has made a few slick updates to Office 365, intended to help users get more out of their pen-based digital notes. Building on the beta launch of Windows Ink, OneNote has added new ink effects, a repla......

    Sure, Sierra's biggest adventure game titles (such as King's Quest and Space Quest) have been around in their original forms on Steam for a while, but many gamers remember playing a lot more than that. What about arresting perps in Police Quest, or s......

    The hunt for alien life might have turned up something special. A Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence team using Russia's RATAN-600 radio telecope (above) is investigating an unusually strong signal from a star 95 light years away, in the Hercul......

    If you're one to continually try out Snapchat's On-Demand Geofilters to spruce up your snaps, starting today you'll be able to edit and place themes and designs straight from within the On-Demand website before you purchase your Geofilter....

    The developers of Transmission can't catch a break. Just months after their BitTorrent app was linked to the first known instance of Mac ransomware, security researchers at ESET have pinpointed another form of malware taking advantage of Transmission......

    Sony has confirmed its next game system, the PlayStation Neo, and will probably formally introduce it at an event on September 7th. The console maker was rumored to have built a new thinner version of their current system, the PS4 Slim, but refuses t......

    When you're chilling on the couch watching your favorite esports stream on Twitch and hunger hits, pizza is just a few keystrokes away.

    Twitter's finally giving creators a good reason to upload videos to its platform rather than YouTube by allowing individuals to monetize content.
    Grab, ofrmerly GrabTaxi, one of Uber’s main competitors in Southeast Asia, announced on Friday plans to partner with nuTonomy, a MIT spin out that last week received clearance to trial a self-driving shuttle service in Singapore’s one-north district. It provides Grab with a neutral partner in the self-driving battle, though neither firm can manufacture an... Read more » The post Grab goes with nuTonomy on Southeast Asian ...

    Cold supply chains that ferry vaccines and commodities could see a reduction in loss rate if they switched from incumbent systems to an Internet of Things (IoT) solution. That’s according to a new report from Lux Research, which investigates the return on investment (ROI) for cold supply chains if they switch. See Also: Sensor modules...

    Two Canadian tech firms are developing secure Internet of Things (IoT) communications using blockchain technology. The Waterloo Record reports on the partnership between Waterloo-based Terepac Corp. and Toronto’s Nuco Inc. The two firms recently launched a platform to secure internet-connected IoT devices using blockchain. Blockchain technology, upon which Bitcoin was built, provides secure, tamper-proof communications...

    By 2008, there were already more “things” connected to the internet than there were people. By 2020, that number is projected to swell to more than 20 billion. The world is digitizing at a mind-blowing rate and the corresponding market for connected devices and services has exploded. Consumer products like Apple’s iWatch and Alphabet’s Nest...

    Now that the wide selection of “quantified self” products — like FitBit and Jawbone — have bled over from the fitness fanatics to mainstream consumers, we’ve reached a tipping point in which we should expect more from our connected products. Consumers have become accustomed to looking at readouts that assess our own personal health, but... Read more » The post ...

    I have a lot of love for the City of Philadelphia, PA. I own a home here and I work for two great Internet of Things companies in this city. The city is literally the place where the framework for our modern day government was creat...

    Berlin trade-show IFA 2016 starts next week and the rumor mill suggests a large wearables presence at the event. Acer, Asus, Fitbit, Samsung, and ZTE all plan to unveil wearables at the event, according to multiple sources. Acer Acer has teased an ultra-thin noteboo...

    Baidu plans to swap the modified BMW 3-series that its been using since the start of its self-driving tests for a modified Chery EQ, a small four-door hatchback manufactured in China. The fully-electric car has already entered the fleet, according to...

    The robotic industries have been one of the hottest topics worldwide since there has been progressing from the traditional manufacturing applications to the non-manufacturing applications such as service industry. Like other industries, startups in US Bay Area cover the whole area of the San Francisco-Silicon Valley has led the innovation. You have heard Savioke develop...

    Imagine the mid-18th century. People going about their agrarian lifestyle completely unprepared for the Industrial Revolution that would change their way of life forever. In those days, the majority was completely unaware of the impending transformation the coming years would unveil: improved living standards, population growth, the rise of capitalism, urbanization, and more. Today, we are... Read more » The post ...
    New submitter liveedu shares with us a report from InfoWorld: When Java 8 was released two years ago, the community graciously accepted it, seeing it as a huge step toward making Java better. Its unique selling point is the attention paid to every aspect of the programming language, including JVM (Java Virtual Machine), the compiler, and other help-system improvements. Java is one of the most searched programming languages according to TIOBE index for July 2016, where Java ranks number one. Its popularity is also seen on LiveCoding, a social live coding platform for engineers around the world, where hundreds and thousands of Java projects are broadcasted live. InfoWorld highlights five Java 8 features for developers in their report: lambda expressions, JavaScript Nashorn, date/time APIs, Stream API and concurrent accumulators. But those features only scratch the surface. What makes Java 8 amazing in your opinion? What are your favorite Java 8 features that help you write high quality c...

    Trailrunner7 writes from a report via On the Wire: Attackers can add an arbitrary page to the end of a Google login flow that can steal users' credentials, or alternatively, send users an arbitrary file any time a login form is submitted, due to a bug in the login process. A researcher in the UK identified the vulnerability recently and notified Google of it, but Google officials said they don't consider it a security issue. The bug results from the fact that the Google login page will take a specific, weak GET parameter. Using this bug, an attacker could add an extra step to the end of the login flow that could steal a user's credentials. For example, the page could mimic an incorrect password dialog and ask the user to re-enter the password. [Aidan Woods, the researcher who discovered the bug,] said an attacker also could send an arbitrary file to the target's browser any time the login form is submitted. In an email interview, Woods said exploiting the bug is a simple matter. "Attac...

    Earlier this month, Sony announced PlayStation 3 games would be coming to Windows. Specifically, the company would be bringing its PlayStation Now game-streaming program to Windows PCs. Today, the service has officially launched and is available on Windows PCs. TechCrunch reports: "A 12-month subscription to PlayStation Now will run you $99.99 as part of a limited-time promotion to celebrate the PC launch. Normally, a PS Now subscription will run you more than double that. What does PlayStation Now actually provide? Access to a library of over 50 'Greatest Hits' games, which include popular titles like Mafia II, Tom Raider: GOTY edition, Borderlands and Heavy Rain. There's also over 100 console exclusives available to PC users for the first time, and a total library north of 400 games." If you're interested, you can download the app here. A USB adapter is set to go on sale September 6 that will allow you to use a DualShock 4 wireless controller with your PC. ...

    An anonymous reader writes from a report via VentureBeat: On Monday, Google announced Google Cast is now built right into Chrome, allowing anyone using the company's browser to cast content to supported devices without having to install or configure anything. The Google Cast extension for Chrome, which launched in July 2013, is no longer required for casting. The report adds: "Here's how it works. When you browse websites that are integrated with Cast, Chrome will now show you a Cast icon as long as you're on the same network as a Cast device. With a couple of clicks, you can view the website content on your TV, listen to music on your speakers, and so on. In fact, Google today also integrated Hangouts with Google Cast: Signed-in users on Chrome 52 or higher can now use the 'Cast...' menu item from Chrome to share the contents of a browser tab or their entire desktop into a Hangout." The support document details all the ways you you can use Google Cast with Chrome. ...

    SonicSpike quotes a report from ABC News: FBI Director James Comey warned again Tuesday about the bureau's inability to access digital devices because of encryption and said investigators were collecting information about the challenge in preparation for an "adult conversation" next year. Widespread encryption built into smartphones is "making more and more of the room that we are charged to investigate dark," Comey said in a cybersecurity symposium. The remarks reiterated points that Comey has made repeatedly in the last two years, before Congress and in other settings, about the growing collision between electronic privacy and national security. "The conversation we've been trying to have about this has dipped below public consciousness now, and that's fine," Comey said at a symposium organized by Symantec, a technology company. "Because what we want to do is collect information this year so that next year we can have an adult conversation in this country." The American people, he sa...

    An anonymous reader writes from a report via Business Insider: According to a survey of 526 random Facebook users conducted by Spot.IM, 33% of Facebook users in the U.S. want to see fewer news articles in their feeds. The survey comes at a time when Facebook is desperately trying to improve the quality of publisher articles that gain traction on its platform. Here are some important takeaways from the study: Older people are likelier to want less news in their Facebook feeds. While 33% of all respondents indicated there was too much news and shared links in their Facebook feeds, the majority of this group was individuals aged 30 or older. Those 30-44 (37%), 45-59 (36%), and 60+ (36%) said they want less news in their feeds. Young Facebook users enjoy consuming news on social media. While middle-aged and older Facebook users don't like seeing news in their feeds, those aged 18-29 were much more interested and excited to see even more news articles on Facebook. 32% of respondents in this...

    Finally, a major company is planning to compete with Uber in the ride-sharing service space. The Wall Street Journal reports today that Google is planning to debut its own ride-hailing service in San Francisco at "far cheaper rates." (Editor's note: the link could be paywalled, here's an alternate source.) The Mountain View-based company began a pilot program around its California headquarters in May, and enabled several thousand area workers at specific firms to use the Waze navigation app to connect with fellow commuters. Expect Google's service in the coming weeks, says the report. One key difference in Google's approach is that it aims to connect riders with drivers who are already headed in the same direction. The project is in compliance with Waze's aims to "make fares low enough to discourage drivers from operating as taxi drivers." From the report: Still, Google's push into ride-sharing could portend a clash with Uber, a seven-year-old firm valued at roughly $68 billion that la...

    Fortune reports that the "yawning gap in tech skills" has resulted in a surprising shift in supply and demand in the software industry. And in many companies now, a growing trend of developer jobs being given to non-developers can be seen. From the article: That's because a relatively new technology, known as low-code or no-code platforms, is now doing a big chunk of the work that high-priced human talent used to do. Low-code platforms are designed so that people with little or no coding or software engineering background -- known in the business as "citizen developers" -- can create apps, both for use in-house and for clients. Not surprisingly, the low-code platform industry, made up of about 40 small companies (so far), is growing like crazy. A recent Forrester Research report put its total revenues at about $1.7 billion in 2015, a figure that's projected to balloon to $15 billion in the next four years. Low-code-platform providers, notes Forrester, are typically seeing sales increas...

    Millions of Europeans will have to do with throttling on BitTorrent. The Body of European Regulators of Electronic Communication (BEREC) published its guidelines for Europe's net neutrality rules on Tuesday in which it hasn't challenged the BitTorrent throttling practices by many ISPs. TorrentFreak reports:Today, BEREC presented its final guidelines on the implementation of Europe's net neutrality rules. Compared to earlier drafts it includes several positive changes for those who value net neutrality. For example, while zero-rating isn't banned outright, internet providers are not allowed to offer a "sub Internet" service, where access to only part of the Internet is offered for 'free.' However, not all traffic is necessarily "neutral." ISPs are still allowed to throttle specific categories for "reasonable" network management purposes. ...

    Earlier this year Mitsubishi admitted to using some less-than-correct tactics when calculating the fuel economy of four of its Japanese market vehicles. But that wasn't the end of the scandal. The Japanese transport ministry has announced that its investigation into Mitsubishi's practices has revealed eight additional vehicles with misreported fuel economy numbers. Reuters reports: Earlier in the day, Japan's transport ministry said its investigation had shown the automaker had overstated the fuel economy for eight vehicles including the RVR, Pajero and Outlander SUV models, in addition to four minivehicles initially confirmed in April. The latest announcement deals another reputational blow to Japan's sixth-largest automaker, which has been struggling to recover from the mileage scandal, which affected two minivehicle models produced for Nissan Motor Co Ltd. The company's market value has tumbled since the scandal broke, and the ordeal prompted the company to seek financial assistance...
     Proposed rules that would allow for testing of truly driverless cars on roads in California are gaining steam in the state’s legislature. Specifically, Assembly Bill 1592 in California was revised on Monday to soon allow: “the testing of autonomous vehicles that do not have a driver seated in the driver’s seat and are not equipped with a steering wheel, a brake pedal, or… Read More ...

     London-based Pusher, the company powering The NY Times’ live election results and DraftKing’s fantasy scoring results, just raised $2.5 million to up its stakes further. The money came from SaaS Capital, which focuses on debt financing aimed at the Software as a Service (SaaS) space. Read More ...

     VR is widespread in design, education and entertainment. But before VR hit the mainstream, it was first and foremost an important resource for our armed forces. After decades of perfecting VR in military applications, we are finally making this concept of “inhabiting” a computer-generated environment work for home users. And, VR is going back to the battlefield — to save… Read More ...

     Nest Labs, the maker of smart thermostats and smoke detectors, is parting ways with a few dozen employees who work on its Internet of Things platform. According to a Fortune report that we’ve independently confirmed, those employees are joining Google per a restructuring. Both companies are subsidiaries of parent company Alphabet. The move would seem to make sense. Like Nest, Google… Read More ...

     Google is running its own ride-sharing service in San Francisco, The Wall Street Journal reports. The move would put Google in direct, immediate competition with Uber, which helps explain even further the recent departure of Alphabet executive David Drummond from Uber’s board. Google’s new offering piloted in May, according to the WSJ, and uses the Google-owned Waze app to… Read More ...

     Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump had a slow fundraising start in Silicon Valley. In the June lead-up to the final state primaries, Trump had raised very few dollars in the region that’s typically lucrative for political contenders. A TechCrunch analysis of Federal Election Commission data found that Trump had only raised a paltry $30,556 from donors in San Francisco and… Read More...

     Digital hospitality platform Velocity announced this week that, following its $16 million Series A last year, the company raised $22.5 million led by DIG Investments. The company creates curated dining experiences for time-poor diners looking to expand their horizons. The money will be invested in expansion to 29 cities over the next three years, with a heavy focus on the U.S. Read More ...

     Facebook’s goal of tracking ads all the way through to a customer’s purchase at point-of-sale is getting a big boost today with a makeover of the Facebook Offers program. Now designed to be more mobile-friendly, Facebook is allowing businesses to create two kinds of offers – those customers can redeem online and those they redeem in-store – while also making it… Read More ...

     A little-known startup is in meltdown mode after a former employee took to Medium to accuse the company of scamming her out of her wages and firing her in retaliation after she filed a wage claim to recoup the unpaid cash. The Medium post was widely shared online; in response, the company shuttered its website and threatened legal action against the writer, calling her “a disgruntled… Read More ...

     Pebble is getting ready to start shipping new hardware, including the Pebble 2 and Pebble Time 2, but first it has something for both iPhone and Android based device owners. The new Pebble software update includes some big tweaks to how Pebble operates, both for end users and developers, including improvements to actions and a brand new health app. The key components of the update include… Read More ...
    It all comes down to some basic principles of electromagnetism—and some unfortunately placed permafrost. The post How Lightning Can Kill 300 Reindeer With One Strike appeared first on WIRED.

    The EU just fined Apple over taxes. And that's not the only American tech company it's going after. The post Apple and Google Face Long Battle With the EU appeared first on WIRED.

    HBO's crime drama was gripping, dark, and unrelenting. It also had great taste in eateries and, uh, drinkeries. The post Where to Find The Night Of's Real-Life Bars and Restaurants appeared first on WIRED....

    A group of astronomers made many, many headlines after giving a presentation about “a strong signal in the direction of HD164595.” Here's why it's not a big deal. The post Astronomers Don’t Think That So-Called SETI Signal Is Aliens—and Neither Should You appeared first on WIRED....

    Too dong; don't read. The post 18 New York Post Anthony Weiner Headline Puns, Ranked appeared first on WIRED.

    Apple is not the only high-tech US firm taking advantage of tax loopholes in places like Ireland and the Cayman Islands. The post How Apple—and the Rest of Silicon Valley—Avoids the Tax Man appeared first on WIRED....

    The ailing social network hopes to get more people making videos for its service by applying a time-honored strategy. The post Twitter Shares Revenue With Video Makers appeared first on WIRED.

    Drone regulations kicked in yesterday, and the first ones to pass have spoken. The post How to Ace the FAA’s New Test and Become a Pro Drone Pilot appeared first on WIRED.

    Blue stands for cooler temperatures, and red for warmer ones. Over time, these maps get really red. The post How Quickly Climate Change Is Accelerating, in 167 Maps appeared first on WIRED.

    Counsyl is one of the first fully-automated genetic testing labs in the country. The post Inside the Robot-Run Genetics Lab of Tomorrow (Just Watch Your Step) appeared first on WIRED.
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        It's a new week and the North American PlayStation Store's Weekly Deals has been refreshed. It features a publisher sale on Square Enix and 2K games. This is a great opportunity to grab titles like Tomb Raider, Sleeping Dogs, Drakengard 3, Borderlands 2, Bioshock Infinite, and more for cheap! Here's a roundup of the some titles on sale:...

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    That's all there is. The site'll be here to puruse at any time.Follow me on my main site for further updates in new work from me. Or maybe on twitter. Bye!

    Thank you thank you thank you thank you. Thank you for stickin with me for however long you have stuck here. Gunshow was fun to do but I gotta do something else. I just have to. Thank you. Some important links for you: my main site, will soon be a easy way to check on what im doing. BACK is my other comic I am still doing with Anthony. We're just getting started with it. Pinocchio, a comic adaptation. While not...

    It's christmas... What are you doing here? I guess readin' this final bit of the story huh? Thanks for taking time away from your family to look at this dumb comic. If you don't celebrate/care about Christmas, enjoy your day off and thanks for checking it anyway. You didn't have to, but you did! One more. I'll see you....

    Da Devil!!! Uh oh!!! Etc. The story ends next update then another thing then.... well that's gunshow! Forever!PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    That's all for Tammy. See ya.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    beep beep im on a road trip as of this writing! The final gunshows have been uploaded so don't worry! Enjoy the new year and follow me on twitter... unLESS I BLOCKED YOUPATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...

    Just a heads up: I took down the gunshow facebook page and will delete the gunshow twitter since I got no use for em anymore once Gunshow ceases to update at the end of the year. I feel like not a lot of people are realizing this is for true or just don't read this blog down here. OH WELL...

    Here we go, full effect. Back at it again at krispy kreme. We're gonna eat the devil and gain her power.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!

    Sorry for the lateness. Internet issues. But we're here. And we're still sort of setting up the weird part of the story. Which will be revealed next update!! Hopefully not too..... hmm see you then!

    This is it... These are the final moments!! We go out with a story to sort of end off the office friends. This will last mostly all month up to the end. Just stick with us til then.PATREON! + BACK!  PINOCCHIO! + STORE!...
    Gabe: Tycho and I will battle at Gears of War 4 in just a few days. Let me introduce you to the team that will win. Ryan Hartman will be the first to tell you just how great Ryan Hartman is at Gears of War, and he’s right about himself. During the previous For the Watch battle Ryan was actually on Tycho’s team. We all know how that turned out. The reality is that Ryan has always been my agent and his placement on Tycho’s team was simply my first move in the larger meta game. Now he has come home to roost and believe me, this motherfucker is going to roost hard. Levin Sadsad is a good…...

    Tycho: It occurred to me later that we could have gone with Gears Of War: 4 The Watch.  I like that a lot.  But I can’t think about all that, now.  I can only think about how I’m going to saw Gabriel and his misfit army into CORDWOOD.  Here are the tools I will use to bring about that scenario: Kiko Villasenor is short for Francisco Villasenor, but long for Lucifer.  He and I used to tear it up on Gears back when Wingman became a thing.  One of the most underrated gametytpes in history, it took the traditional 5v5 and instead made it 2v2v2v2v2 and we were…...

    Tycho: Networks are one of the new features in Titanfall 2; like an IRC channel that has become frighteningly aware, it’s something I can see coloring a lot of my experience with the game.  Naming conventions have historically been a source of raw comicium in the past, and it’s no different today. It reminds me in some ways of the lowest tier of experience in Chromehounds, a game I bring up whenever I can because even if it didn’t set the world on fire - it was essentially Robot Lego + “Fuck You” levels of opacity for new players - people who make games played the…...

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    Tycho: PAX Dev still has tickets available, so come get ‘em.  August 31st and September 1st, come learn from and with industry peers at the Westin.  Learn what, you may ask?  We have a full schedule available for your perusal.  Suffice it to say: good stuff. Geoff Zatkin of Experiment 7 and EEDAR is doing the Kickoff this year, and he’s somebody you want to hear.  I’ve never had a conversation with him where I didn’t gain several I.Q. points by the end.  Who knows what you’ll be able to accomplish by the end of his presentation; spontaneous…...

    Tycho: There’s more story in the Tutorial of Titanfall 2 than there was in Titanfall, and I love the personality they’ve brought to the bots themselves.  I really liked the Titanfall 2 test as a generality; I also liked Tribes 2, and Gabriel and I were the only ones.  I suspect that it was a pretty rough weekend over at Respawn. As I was playing it, and liking it, I was also making assumptions about things that weren’t true.  For example, I wasn’t aware that Burn Cards were gone gone.  I read an article where a developer delivers what I would describe as…...

    Gabe: Thornwatch is so close to finally becoming a real thing. It’s coming together so fast now that it has literally been improving every day for the last couple weeks. We took a prototype to Gencon a few weeks ago and while we were there we sat down and played the game with folks from BoardGameGeek. If you have not had the chance to see Thornwatch at a PAX, this is a really good look at the game: I was also on a panel at GenCon called “Betrayal to Thornwatch” lucky you, that was filmed as well. Mike Selinker ran this panel about Lone Shark Games and their pretty ridiculous…...

    New Comic: Titanfail

    Gabe: PAX is just around the corner and the folks over at Rocket League have added some cool Penny Arcade/PAX items to their game! Hopefully you’ve been watching the Acquisitions Inc. series on YouTube. If not you should catch up on it now because the live game we play at PAX will pick up right where this series leaves off. If you can’t make it to PAX, the Live game will be presented as a Fathom event this year which means you can watch it live at a movie theater near you. The Twitch stream isn’t going anywhere but there’s something about watching it with a big group…...

    Gabe: I haven’t had the watch long but it’s already time to defend my title. I plan on practicing by trying to cut Jerry in half with a real chainsaw. Perhaps the watch will change wrists this #pax. Only time, and a very bloody Gears of War 4 match between Gabe and Tycho will tell. Join us at the show or on stream #forthewatch #gears4 A photo posted by Penny Arcade (@pamegacorp) on Aug 24, 2016 at 4:33pm PDT Tycho and I have assembled teams and we will battle in just a couple weeks at PAX! Also, if you like cool pictures from the Penny Arcade office you should subscribe to the…...
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    This announcement trailer for Frostpunk is more mood-setting than anything else, but knowing that 11 Bit Studios (This War of Mine, Anomaly) is behind it, I'm inherently interested. The 2017 game takes place in a frozen-over world in which survivors have built steam-powered technology to fend off the intense cold. "Society in its current form becomes ineffective and it has to change in order to survive. What does this change mean? What is culture when morality stands in the way of existence? Think about how survival may, in the end, leave us different beings. Whether worse, better, stronger, weaker or, last but not least, more or less humane – that is debatable." Ac...

    Australia's ruthless ecosystem is the home to a lot of ferocious animals. Snakes, crocodiles, drop bear -- all of them mean as the day is long. Forza Horizon 3 developer Playground Games is introducing one more beast to the outback: The M12 Force Application Vehicle. This United Nations Space Command ground vehicle from the Halo franchise is also colloquially referred to as the "M12 FAV" by fans.  This iteration of the M12 FAV is actually the 2554 AMG Transport Dynamics M12S (rolls right off the tongue!). Notably, it comes without the machine gun mounted to the back because it's a civilian alternative. Forza Horizon's more concerned with speed and big jumps than it is with gunning down the wildlife. Take caution when behind the wheel of the iconic M12S, though. We wouldn't want you to hit any kangaro...

    IGN has been doing a weekly reveal for WWE 2K17's roster and this week marks the final entry. We now know every wrestler that will be stepping in the square ring and the arenas where they will be brawling. The character roster includes a staggering 119 wrestlers (of which I've alphabetized and added nicknames). The game releases on October 11 for PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC. Read more......

    For the next week, Sony is holding an Innovators Sale on PlayStation Network with around 150 discounts on PS3, PS4, and PS Vita games -- including some fairly recent titles well worth playing. Videoball for $6.99? I'll have to bite. The Witness for $27.99? You'll have to (assuming you've been holding out for a sale this whole time and you didn't spend a week straight trying to unravel the game's many, many puzzles because you just had to see how it would end). What a blur! There's also Severed for $10.49, ...

    On paper, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided's Adam Jensen seems like the ultimate video game protagonist. He has the voice of a dedicated smoker, all gravelly tones and foggy inflections. His chin is so pointed that it might be more deadly than the blades that protrude from his arms. Jensen can leap off of buildings without so much as a scratch and fire off explosives from inside his body. Based on his skill set alone, Adam Jensen is constructed to be the perfect post-organic man. But despite being a mechanical wunderkind capable of top-tier espionage, Jensen spends just about every second in Mankind Divided looking sad. While it's easy to chalk his case of the blues up to the racist remarks and constant suspicion that augmented humans face, I couldn't help but feel like the root of his sad demeanor stems from something deeper. After a few days of dig...

    With fewer than two months before Gears of War 4 releases, we still don't know much about Horde mode. We know that the game has a Horde mode, and, well, that's about it. Now, we have our first clip of it, even if it doesn't give us a lot to run with. The video, which seems to be exclusive to IGN, is about 10-seconds long but the dissection is stretched out to more than 3-minutes. The two biggest takeaways seem to be that there looks to be destructible cover and that there are some sort of crates that provide reinforcements. Those crates appear to play a big part in Horde, but we don't yet know any specifics of the systems. And, that's it. Not a great first look at Horde, but a first look nonetheless. If that doesn't sate your appetite, the good news is there should be more in the near future. Hell, even if developer The Coalition never shows more, it's not that long until Gears 4's October 11 release. ...

    Those Sierra games that got added to Steam yesterday? It'd cost a fair amount to buy them all individually. But, there's a way you can get all of them for a total of $15. This week's Humble Bundle is dedicated entirely to games from the Sierra catalog (including both titles it developed and published). That means that there are a whole bunch of classic adventure games, some of them around 30 years old. The lowest-priced tier in the Humble Sierra Bundle features Space Quest Collection, Phantasmagoria, Phantasmagoria 2: A Puzzle of Flesh, Police Quest Collection, and Shiftlings for anyone who pays $1 or more. The middle tier has Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura, TimeShift, all five Quest for Glory titles, and all three Gabriel Knight ...

    [Header image from Dead End Thrills] I'll admit, I'm a little late getting this guide out compared to my internal timeline. I have a good reason though, and I think Street Fighter V fans will understand. You see, in between playing and researching Juri, I played the story mode of SFV and never wanted to touch the game ever again. Holy crap, that entire thing was terrible. Seriously, I think Nic was too kind giving it a 4. The whole thing disgusted me and I stopped playing the game for a while. Anyway, Juri's in the game now! I was excited to hear that you no longer need to hold buttons to keep stores of her moves, because that was a huge barrier to entry for playing the character. Turns out that while that b...

    Besides Snow and Steep, there's another snowboarding game coming down the line -- Mark McMorris Infinite Air from HB Studios, which last worked on the golf sim The Golf Club. I don't know that any of them nail that exact style I'm looking for as an SSX fanatic, but the more the merrier in this genre. As its name implies, Infinite Air focuses more on real-world riders. So far, the roster consists of Mark McMorris and his brother Craig, Silje Norendal, Torstein Horgmo, Danny Davis, and Ulrik Badertscher. "...

    My initial reaction when I first fired up Armello, a digital board game produced by Melbourne-based indie studio League of Geeks, was that of wonder. Despite not being visually intensive from a technical standpoint, the art style, presentation, and character designs were all highly pleasing from an aesthetic one. Up until just a few days ago, I’d never had the chance to play Armello before. But within the first hour of testing out the soon-to-be-released Xbox One port of the game, alongside the upcoming Usurpers Hero Pack DLC, I’d become become quite enamoured with the title. Despite having a reasonable amount of coverage prior to the game’s initial September 2015 release, including a rather in-depth preview by Dale North, Destructoid has never officially reviewed Arm...
    With its servers, Steam page and website down (and having had trouble paying staff before firing most of them), it looks like this is the end for ambitious online shooter Firefall.Read more...

    “Its super effective!”, by Guerrilla Games artist Luc de Haan.Read more...

    Sci-fi adventure Echo’s first gameplay trailer is on YouTube today and it looks so dope. In the game, a girl named En explores a legendary, ancient palace that, according to developer Ultra Ultra, “has a mind of its own.” Read more......

    Battlefield 1 is having a beta on the Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC. For now, it’s available to Battlefield Insider members before opening to everyone else tomorrow morning, August 31th. I was very skeptical heading into things; the entire series feels tired and the World War One setting didn’t interest me. But after getting some time with the game, I’m cautiously optimistic. Read more......

    Talking—and talking well—is the weapon of choice in the MMO Ever, Jane. In its open beta, the Jane Austen-themed game, not to be released for another year, brought me back to a time when graphics, game mechanics and avatar customization were secondary to how well virtual-world residents could write.Read more......

    The Deus Ex series is known for a lot of things: Cyberpunk conspiracy intrigue. Player choice. Overcoming life’s cruel obstacles by stacking hella boxes. But mainly, it’s known for air vents. Unfortunately, it doesn’t seem to understand how they work.Read more......

    Justice Monsters Five, the game that’s supposedly wildly popular in the fictional world of Final Fantasy XV, is now available as a downloadable free-to-play mobile game for iOS and Android. Read more......

    For the second time in five months, the Transmission BitTorrent client for Mac has been infected with malware. Read more...

    Today, The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt gets a Game of the Year edition. It comes with all the updates, patches, DLC and expansions released over the last year. It’s also the rare “Game of the Year” edition that is appropriately named.Read more......

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    If you're hungry for gods then why not try the new PC version of God Eater 2: Rage Burst, with Namco Bandai's special blend of herbs and spices? PC Invasion's Tim McDonald looks at the port.

    "It has taken me awhile to get my review for this game up but that is because I wanted to take my time with it and not just rush a quick review out."

    About: "From the opening moments of EA Sports Madden NFL 17, the real kick-off to the years football season, the developers try to place emphasis on whats new this year. Im sure theyve heard the complaints that annual editions of this beloved series have reached a point where they often feel like little more than roster updates. So, they want you to know right away that theres new bells and whistles to play with in this years iteration of the award-wining football simulation. But do they add up in a significant way? Is this one of those years you can skip or that you should buy? Last years Madden, while graphically refined, wasnt a title I returned to often or recommended to friends. This years Madden feels more ambitious, accomplished and varied from Madden NFL 16. For fans of the franchise who have given up or even those who dont yet have a Madden for the PS4 generation, this is a great title to kick off the season of sports-themed offerings (NHL 17, NBA 2K17, FIFA 17,......

    AusGamers: "Its that time of year when American sports start their pre-season drills and teams are running the rookies through their paces. Its also the time of the year new and updated sports games such as FIFA, NHL, NBA 2K and Madden NFL sneak their way back into our hearts, and its the latter that brings us here today."...

    Hard Knock Gamers: Another year, another Madden NFL game. Did EA Sports add enough to make this annual release worth it?

    Cultured Vultures: Incremental improvements leave a lasting impression on the world's biggest NFL series.

    Yep, you read that right. No Marios Sky has been created by a local Melbourne developer by the name of Ben Porter and its free to download on PC. The game allows you to explore through a procedurally developed world as Mario featuring 1000s of Goombas, an infinite universe and a radical space ship....

    From GameWatcher: "The announcement of System Shock 3 was cause enough for excitement, never mind the involvement of industry legend Warren Spector as creative director and studio manager. Now, Otherside Entertainment has announced more of the development team, featuring veterans of titles including Deus Ex, BioShock, Thief, and the original System Shock."...

    While everyone else may be clambering on about how 2016 has been such a rough year, any World of Warcraft fan has been counting down the days to finally give reason for the year to press on A new expansion to close Warlords of Draenor and put that once loved, then loathed Garrison system behind us. Legion is that expansion, and its live right now....

    From PlayStation Universe: "The Neverwinter PS4 server is undergoing maintenance today, August 30. The Neverwinter servers are currently offline for the next few hours as Cryptic Studios works on increasing performance."...
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    Adam Conover (CollegeHumor ragamuffin-turned-TV star) is back - his show, Adam Ruins Everything, just had its mid-season premiere on TruTV. And to kick things off, Adam picked a special topic to destroy: Hollywood. Pretty appropriate since he's just getting started out in the bigtime - why not set his sights on the very people and industry that everyone else is busy schmoozing? In case you weren't aware: entertainment awards are bullshit (except when they're given to Meryl Streep), everything is about money and bribery, and merit doesn't have any value (especially not with the Golden Globes): And, just to prove that even Adam himself isn't safe from being torn a new one, here's an illustration of the (incredibly accurate
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    Listen, if you're going to dedicate your life to becoming a human dolphin like Michael Phelps or have the agility of a thousand ninjas -- looking at you, Simone Biles -- it takes a lot of training. It also takes a very special die that can lead to... um, noises. If you think a yoga class is noisy, you have no idea what the human body's pushing out when an Olympic athletes trying to break a world record.  In an effort to further scientific research -- just go with me, okay? -- the folks at Ghost+Cow films used specialized microphones to capture the butt trumpet noises of excellence that go with being a top athlete.  Hurdles Long Jump  Weight Lifting Diving
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    voke, inc., a modern analyst firm focused on the edge of innovation, today announced the publication of the new ‘Market Mover Array Report: Lifecycle Virtualization.’ The report highlights the need to bring virtualization technology to the pre-production portion of the software lifecycle to provide developers and testers with production-like environments on-demand. The five technologies highlighted in the report include:Virtual and cloud-based labs...

    As the web progresses, websites are getting more and more complex. Gone are the days when some basic CSS skills and easy-to-learn knowledge of built-in HTML elements were enough to make a dynamic and attractive website. Users want powerful and quick web applications, smooth user interfaces, and one-click satisfaction these days. To solve these problems and make websites that are as sleek-looking as they are easy to interact with, there are now numerous front-end development frameworks. Some are more useful than others, and certainly, there are situations in which a particular framework may be better than the rest.Here, in this article, we are going to take a look at a few popular frameworks including React, Angular, Bootstrap, and Polymer....

    We are pleased to announce the 1.0.0.RC2 release candidate of Spring Cloud Data Flow for Mesos, a team effort that encompasses many new features under the hood.This release candidate builds upon the recent 1.0 GA release of Spring Cloud Data Flow. Some highlights include:...

    Much of my time over the past couple years has been spent working with DevOps tools such as Ansible, Puppet, Vagrant, and Packer, rather than the traditional programming I did previously. Since I work in the defense industry, there are some unique challenges applying these tools and DevOps techniques. I had a recent conversation with a colleague about these challenges and whether it DevOps is worthwhile in our business. Of course, I think it is, and I tried to explain some of the reasoning.When most people think about DevOps, they envision an automated pipeline that runs from development all the way into production. The joint Development and Operations team maintains all of the software and the configuration for the system in source code form. Changes run through a test and review process, as automated as possible. Changes that get through that process are promoted to production automatically. Ideally production itself is automated, with idempotent configuration (a fancy ...

    Most games, whether played on a board or on the field, are what’s known as zero-sum games: one winner, one loser. Fortunately, that’s not always the case in the real world. It’s certainly not the case in the container platform ecosystem.Container platforms can be as different as “Candyland” and “Risk” are — and that’s a good thing. Think about any other technology sector out there — there are always multiple solutions in every space. The same goes for container technology. When you create something that is super scalable, the drawback is that it’s not going to be a one-size-fits-all approach. However, one person’s drawback is another person’s advantage....

    A few days ago, I attended the 2-day Martine Devos' Certified Scrum Master, Estimation & Planning Class at Skills Matter. I had the privilege of meeting and learning from Martine Devos, one of the best Scrum trainers in Europe. This also gave me the opportunity to discuss many aspects of the Scrum process.Becoming a Certified ScrumMaster shouldn’t be the goal of attending the course because certifications don’t make you a real Scrum Master. To become a Scrum Master you have to put the Scrum theory into practice....

    Maybe you’re new to the data world. In which case: tl;dr data size doesn’t matter but we still love to compare.If you’re still chuckling, then perhaps you’ve noticed the proliferating number of #humblebrags on Hacker News about the size of someone’s data pipe. The headline usually goes something like this:...

    Welcome to our weekly curated list of interesting stories. Covering anything and everything in the industry, we collect and share a handful of links every Friday. Enjoy!Developers “Own” The Code, So Shouldn’t Designers “Own” The Experience? “If you ever find yourself in a situation where you’re not sure why something was designed in a particular way, and think it could be done better, don’t just dive in and start making changes.” Collaboration between Engineering and Design is hard, but worth it!...

    Last week, we announced the results of a survey we conducted at Black Hat. We conducted the survey to better understand the combined impact of cloud infrastructure along with agile development and continuous delivery on enterprise security risk as it pertains to workload vulnerability due to increased scale and dynamics.Our assumption was that there is a multiplication factor in regards to both scale in the number of workloads that need to be protected as well as the dynamics of how often those workloads need to be modified, updated, or spun up or down. And, that those two factors multiplied together meant an exponential increase in the surface area that security professionals need to protect and monitor. We also wanted to know: What are security teams doing to keep up? Are they hiring at an equivalent pace to the changing scale and dynamics? Are they using automation?...

    “IT-driven business transformation is always bound to fail” – Amber Storey, Sr Manager, Ernst & YoungThe value of Big Data-driven Analytics is no longer in question both from a customer as well as an enterprise standpoint. Lack of investment in an analytic strategy has the potential to impact shareholder value negatively.  Business Boards and CXOs are now concerned about their overall levels and maturity of investments in terms of business value – i.e increasing sales, driving down business & IT costs & helping create new business models. It is thus an increasingly accurate argument that smart applications and ecosystems built around them will increasingly dictate enterprise success....
    i want to block user for certain time after 3 wrong login attempts using ip. my problem is that the counter is always 1 every time i enter wrong data the counter is still 1 any help where i am wrong in the below code?! Table name attempts cols when,ip <?php $dsn = "mysql:host=localhost;dbname=e-check"; $username = "root"; $password = ""; $options = array(PDO::ATTR_ERRMODE => PDO::ERRMODE_EXCEPTION); $pdo = new PDO($dsn, $username, $password, $options); $max_time_in_seconds = 5; $max_attempts = 3; //here i printed to see ht counter number echo login_attempt_count($max_time_in_seconds, $pdo) <= $max_attempts; if(login_attempt_count($max_time_in_seconds, $pdo) <= $max_attempts){ // login form echo' <form action="index_new.php" method="POST"> <table align="left"> <tr><td><span class="caption">login form</span></td></tr> <tr>&...

    So I have something like this : List<String> persons = Arrays.asList("Tom","Harry", "Steve"); I want to convert it to a List<Person> using Lambda Expressions. Assume Person is the following class : class Person { private String name; public void setName(String name) { this.name = name; } public String getName() { return this.name; } } I have been trying various things with forEach, map, etc, but not able to get the code to work. Thanks....

    function gameDetails(lessthan) { var maxwin = 8000000; var multi = sigDigits(65536 / lessthan * .99, 5); var maximum = Math.round(sigDigits((maxwin / multi), 2)); var odds = (lessthan / 65536 * 100).toPrecision(3); } function sigDigits(n, sig) { var mult; mult = Math.pow(10, sig - Math.floor(Math.log(n) / Math.LN10) - 1); return Math.floor(n * mult) / mult; } Hello, How can i write the gameDetails function so i start with multi/odds and get the rest. My math is not that great. example: gameDetails(multi){} ; gameDetails(odds){} Thank you....

    OK, forgive the newbness, I'm learning. This is my first question here. Basically, I have a large csv file (can vary in size) typically it's 200KB (2 columns, almost 10,000 rows). The 2 columns are datetime (hour) and a decimal number. What I need to do is 2 things: 1. I want to store the data from this file in my database. 2. I want to retrieve the data into a jquery object This is the crux of how I'm currently storing the data: $data = array_map("str_getcsv", file($targetFile)); $mydata = serialize($data); if (mysql_query("INSERT INTO `mytable` (... blah blah Then I am retrieving the data like this: $result = mysql_query('SELECT * FROM mytable WHERE id=38'); while ($row = mysql_fetch_assoc($result)) { $data = $row["myrow"]; } echo json_encode($data); This works, but it's unbelievably slow. I'm sure I'm not doing this the best way by a long shot and would appreciate advice on how bes...

    I have the following code that I'm trying to use and I keep getting an error on the JSON parser var data = JSON.parse('[{"thisFieldname":"item-company-1","thisFieldHTML":"\n\t\t\t\t\t<div class=\"new-company-field field-item\">\n\t\t\t\t\t\t<div class=\"fake-data\">\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\tCompany\n\t\t\t\t\t\t</div>\n\t\t\t\t\t</div>\n\t\t\t\t<div class=\"ui-resizable-handle ui-resizable-e\" style=\"z-index: 90; display: block;\"></div><div class=\"ui-resizable-handle ui-resizable-s\" style=\"z-index: 90; display: block;\"></div><div class=\"ui-resizable-handle ui-resizable-se ui-icon ui-icon-gripsmall-diagonal-se\" style=\"z-index: 90; display: block;\"></div>","dataFieldName":"item-company-1","locationIndex":"0","locationLeft":"427.891px","locationTop":"88.5625px","itemWidth":"100px","itemHeight":"34px","fieldRole":"","fieldDefault":"","fieldTooltip":"","fieldValidationRule":"","fieldValidationCharSet":"","fieldVa...

    I am trying to format the print output of a query but am not having luck getting all variables on one line. I also want to only print a subset of the data from the JSON but am unable to... See below for current vs desired output. Current Output: Store: 96 {'aisle': ['G.17'], 'detailed': [{'aisle': '17', 'zone': 'G', 'section': '2'}]} {'productId': '74DDB8VVRYY0', 'WWWItemId': '10312279', 'upc': '3500055190'} Store: 35 {'aisle': ['G.16'], 'detailed': [{'aisle': '16', 'zone': 'G', 'section': '4'}]} {'productId': '74DDB8VVRYY0', 'WWWItemId': '10312279', 'upc': '3500055190'} Desired Output:(Store # and respective data on same line, and only subset of data is printed) Store: 96, 'aisle': ['G.17'], 'upc': '3500055190' Store: 35, 'aisle': ['G.16'], 'upc': '3500055190' import requests import json from collections import defaultdict results = defaultdict(list) url = "https://www.walmart.com/store/aj...

    So my code looks like so: stockconfirmbuy: function(){ var totalbuyval = this.refs.stockpriceref.innerHTML * this.refs.stockdnum.value; return (<div> <input type="number" value="1" ref="stockdnum" /> <p>Your Total:</p> <p>${totalbuyval}</p> </div>); }, My problem here is that I get a Cannot read property 'value' of undefined error. This refers to my input type="number". However, I have been trying to give my input a default value so that this does not occur. I gave it a default value=1, but this does not seem to satisfy the ref. So I am wondering what I need to do to set a default ref value. Or should I be using state? ...

    I have a raw list sorteddict in the form of : ["with", 1] ["witches", 1] ["witchcraft", 3] and I want to generate more legible data by making it a JSON object that looks like: "Frequencies": { "with": 1, "witches": 1, "witchcraft": 3, "will": 2 } Unfortunately so far, I have only found a manual way to create data as shown above, and was wondering if there was a much more eloquent way of generating the data rather than my messy script. I got to the point where I needed to retrieve the last item in the list and ensure that there was no comma on the last line before I thought I should seek some advice. Here's what I had: comma_count = 0 for i in sorteddict: comma_count += 1 with open("frequency.json", 'w') as f: json_head = "\"Frequencies\": {\n" f.write(json_head) while comma_count > 0: for s in sorteddict: f.write('\t\"' + s[0] + '\"...

    Using only HTML and CSS. So i have a large background image that I drew. i don't want an ugly horizontal scroll bar so i set the bg image width to: 100%; ive used percents on EVERYTHING even font size. but no matter what I do the text runs off the page on smaller resolutions. so when the resolution is smaller the background image is also smaller thus the div is becoming unaligned to the background?? if that makes sense. x( i cant get it to look centered and not run off the screen in smaller resolutions. Here is the basic code so far: <img src="http://i.imgur.com/Kl5fDHa.png" class="dead" style="position: fixed;"> <img src="http://imageshack.com/a/img924/5227/cxz6vT.png" id="vacant" style="position: absolute;"> <style> #vacant { top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: auto; } .dead { top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } body { background: #071b41; } .blink { top: 166%; left: 38%; col...

    This program is supposed to take a file name and argument(s) and create a process that executes the code while outputting the result to the terminal (which I don't know why that isn't working either). I have found that the seg fault is coming from my attempt to free the argvNew array of strings #include <iostream> using namespace std; #include <unistd.h> #include <sys/wait.h> main(int argc, char **argv){ int pid; int i; char *argvNew[argc-1]; do{ //Check for failure if ((pid = fork()) < 0) { cerr << "Fork error\n"; exit(1); } //Check if parent else if (pid == 0) { /* child process */ //Add arguments to new array for(i = 0; i < argc-2; i++){ argvNew[i] = argv[i+1]; } argvNew[argc-2] = NULL; if (execvp(argv[1], argvNew) < 0) { cerr << "...
Hacks

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    Warranty? We don’t need no stinking warranty! We’re hackers, and if you have access to a multi-million dollar CNC machine and 3D CAM software, you mill your own headphone replacement parts rather than accept a free handout from a manufacturer. The headphones in question, Grado SR325s, are hand-built, high-end audiophile headphones, but [Huibert van Egmond] found that the gimbal holding the cups to the headband were loosening and falling out. He replicated the design of the original gimbal in CAM, generated the numeric code, and let his enormous Bridgeport milling machine loose on a big block of aluminum. The part …read more...

    A must-have peripheral for games consoles of the 1980s and 1990s was the light gun. A lens and photo cell mounted in a gun-like plastic case, the console could calculate where on the screen it was pointing when its trigger was pressed by flashing the screen white and sensing the timing at which the on-screen flying spot triggered the photo cell. Unfortunately light gun games hail from the era of CRT TVs, they do not work with modern LCDs as my colleague [Will Sweatman] eloquently illustrated late last year. Whereas a CRT displayed the dot on its screen in perfect …read more...

    The Hackaday SuperConference is the greatest gathering of hardware hackers on the planet. Last year at the SuperCon, we saw talks on building systems from scratch, creating new and interesting uses for technology, and bringing those electronic bits to market. What are we talking about? Here are four of the best talks from last year’s Hackaday SuperConference: [Shanni Prutchi] is an ECE student at Rowan University, and has already published papers on radio astronomy and metrology. Her provides an overview of building her own source of quantum entangled photons and how these photons can be used. Quantum Key Distribution is …read more...

    A lot of us spend a lot of time switching between Windows and Linux. Now that platforms like the Raspberry Pi are popular, that number is probably increasing every day. While I run Linux on nearly everything I own (with the exception of a laptop), my work computers mostly run Windows. The laptop is on Windows, too, because I got tired of trying to get all the fancy rotation sensors and pen features working properly under Linux. What I hate most about Windows is how hard is it to see what’s going on under the hood. My HP laptop works …read more...

    We sometimes look back fondly on the old days where you could–it seems–pretty easily invent or discover something new. It probably didn’t seem so easy then, but there was a time when working out how to make a voltage divider or a capacitor was a big deal. Today–with a few notable exceptions–big discoveries require big science and big equipment and, of course, big budgets. This probably isn’t unique to our field, either. After all, [Clyde Tombaugh] discovered Pluto with a 13-inch telescope. But that was in 1930. Today, it would be fairly hard to find something new with a telescope …read more...

    A few months ago, a very inexpensive 3D printer appeared on Monoprice. My curiosity for this printer was worth more than $200, so I picked one of these machines up. The Monoprice MP Select Mini is an awesome 3D printer. It’s the perfect printer to buy for a 13-year-old who might be going through a ‘3D printing phase’. It’s a great printer to print a better printer on. This printer is a sign the 3D printing industry is not collapsing, despite Makerbot, and foreshadows the coming age of consumer 3D printers. The MP Select Mini isn’t Monoprice’s only 3D printer; …read more...

    We’ll just come out and say it, [reboots] has friends with nice garbage. Sure, some of us have friends who are desperately trying to, “gift,” us a CRT monitor, hope dropping like a rock into their stomach when they realize they can’t escape the recycling fee.  [reboots] has friends who buy other people’s poorly thought out CNC projects and then gift him with the parts. After dismantling the contraption he found himself with nice US and Japanese made linear motion components. However, he needed a CNC controller to drive it all. So he helped another friend clean out their garage …read more...
    It’s no secret that soda is bad for your teeth, but some are a lot worse than others. Turns out, citrus-flavored sodas like Mountain Dew can have more teeth-rotting power than most colas.Read more......

    Sonos is opening up their speakers to work with Amazon Echo and Spotify. Starting next year, you’ll be able to control playback on Sonos speakers with voice commands through Alexa-enabled devices.Read more......

    If you weren’t already aware, there are people in your company’s IT department that can see all if they need to. Most of the time, they’re busy with other things, but these four activities will likely put you under the microscope .Read more......

    I’m a list maker when it comes to getting things done, so much so that my lists have lists. But who will hold me accountable or remind me if I forget a task? I took some inspiration from our developers to set up an alert using Todoist, Zapier, and Dead Man’s Snitch.Read more......

    Most of us have a habit or two we’d like to break, but we lie to ourselves so those bad habits don’t seem as bad as they are. If you want to give a jump start to the unlearning process, begin by showing yourself hard evidence that your habit really is affecting you in a negative way.Read more......

    One of the better features in Snapchat is the often goofy geofilters that pop up when you’re making a snap from a specific location. Today, Snapchat’s making it easy to make your own filters for special events. Provided you don’t mind shelling out a few bucks, that is.Read more......

    Deadspin It Looks Like Something Very Bad Just Happened To Teddy Bridgewater | Jezebel How to Talk to a Woman Who Is Trying to Take a Dump | Gizmodo Rest In Peace ITT Tech, You Bastards | Jezebel ...

    The Amazon Kindle is a great ereader , but it’s not particularly feature-rich. Reabble is a simple little RSS reader optimized to work inside the Kindle’s experimental browser to make reading articles less of a chore.Read more......

    Just last week Sony announced that its game streaming service, PlayStation Now, was on its way to Windows PCs this fall. Turns out it’s sooner than that, because you can download it for Windows right now.Read more......

    Rich, nutty caramel doesn’t exactly scream “summer” but, when made with watermelon juice, the sticky sweet sauce makes for a fruity, ripe and bright tasting dessert topping.Read more...
Anime

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  • n4g
    Anime Filter returns with episode 4 which covers Robotech episodes 10 through 12.

    A.O.T: Wings of Freedom is the perfect way to handle a game based on the popular Attack on Titan series, and it's become one of the best games of 2016.

    They are superior to everyone, absolutely infallible, and really enjoy playing The Sims we all know those certain anime characters that have that massive inflation that can only be called a god complex. A god complex can come in various forms, but in anime, it is a pretty popular trope. Some may say that...

    The official website for the television anime adaptation of Kafka Asagiri and Sango Harukawa's Bungo Stray Dogs manga announced on Friday that the anime's second half (starting with the 13th episode) will premiere on Tokyo MX and WOWOW on October 5 at 25:05 (effectively October 6 at 1:05 a.m.)....

    Travis Bruno of Capsule Computers writes: "When it comes to anime series, even the most absurd sounding idea can turn into something amazing if handled correctly. In fact, some of the strangest anime tend to be highly regarded thanks to their unique premises and art styles. The anime original series Punch Line attempts to embrace that type of crazy premise but now that it has been released in North America, is it one that is actually worth sticking around for?"...

    This year's 39th issue of Shueisha's Weekly Shonen Jump magazine is announcing on Monday that the third Haikyu!! television anime season will premiere on October 7. The Haikyu!! Karasuno Kk VS Shiratorizawa Gakuen Kk (Haikyu!! Karasuno High vs Shiratorizawa Academy) anime will run on the MBS, TBS, CBC, RKB Mainichi Broadcasting, HBC, TBC (Tohoku Broadcasting Co., Ltd.), and BS-TBS channels. The staff will announce the precise airing times and other details in the future....

    The 14th compiled book volume of Takahiro and Tetsuya Tashiro's Akame ga KILL! manga revealed on Monday that the manga's 15th volume will be the last. The volume is slated for this winter.

    I cant stand modern movies. The images are too weird and eccentric for me. ~ Hayao Miyazaki Chances are youve seen the above cut from Naruto. In fact, Id be more surprised if you hadnt. But do you know the name of the animator behind that cut? Do you know what other shows that animator may have worked on? Of course you dont have to know the who in order to enjoy what the animator intended you as the viewer to enjoy but in my mind, its the best kind of thank you....

    You're listening to the first episode of a brand new series, Soundbooth!

    Have you seen a live cheer dance performance before? Most often, you would see girls being thrown high up in the air as if they are flying, and then they would graciously land on their feet while wearing a goddess smile. For a very long time now, girls have dominated the cheerleading world. When you hear the word cheer dance, you would immediately think of girls with tight-fitted clothes and short skirts, armed with frilly pompoms. However, Cheer Danshi has a different take on cheerleading its members are all men, specifically, college guys....





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