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Intel IG Admits It Secretly Erased ‘First-Hand Information’ Requirement

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thefederalist.com - The Intelligence Community Inspector General released a statement admitting the office changed its forms for whistleblowers between May 2018 and August 2019, as The Federalist first reported. As The …

Camera shootout: iPhone 11 Pro vs. Note 10, Pixel 3 and Huawei P30 Pro

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www.androidcentral.com - Photography is one of the biggest battlegrounds for comparing high-end smartphones, and there are some great choices out there — both with the established Android players, and of course the new iPhon…

GoPro unveils new modular Hero 8 and 360-degree Max camera

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mashable.com - Today, the company is introducing the $399 Hero 8, which comes with a series of optional accessories called "mods" for the first time. Additionally, the $499 GoPro Max is the company's latest take on…

First gas station in America to ditch oil for 100% electric vehicle charging opens in Maryland

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www.cnbc.com - Wade says the gas station layout, which is designed for flow traffic, will help alleviate that problem. The station will feature four dispensers that connect to a high-powered, 200kW system. The syst…

Our First Look at the New Microsoft Surface Pen and Wireless Charger - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Microsoft’s big Surface event is happening tomorrow, and a lot of the products were already leaked last night. The leak gave us a closer look at the new Surface Pro 7, the ARM-powered Surface Pro, an…

In leaked audio, Mark Zuckerberg rallies Facebook against critics and the US government

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www.theverge.com - But inside the company, the mood remained anxious. Several 2020 presidential candidates, led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), had called for Facebook to be broken up. Libra, a Facebook-created crypto…

Why big ISPs aren’t happy about Google’s plans for encrypted DNS

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arstechnica.com - When you visit a new website, your computer probably submits a request to the domain name system (DNS) to translate the domain name (like arstechnica.com) to an IP address. Currently, most DNS querie…

Android 10 with Live Caption feature demoed this early

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androidcommunity.com - It’s October now which means another major announcement from Google will happen in the coming days. The Pixel 4 series is anticipated to roll out officially after months of rumors and leaks. Google h…

Pixel devices in US will get Car Crash Detection, Emergency Status sharing

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androidcommunity.com - During the Google I/O conference last May, Google gave a teaser that a car crash detection feature may soon arrive for Pixel devices. Months later, they’re now rolling out an update to the built-in E…

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followme4.blogspot.com - TECHNOLOGY AND MORE Reddit Is Suffocating “The_Donald.” Shared by Hasai humanevents.com - In June of 2015, Donald J. Trump rode down the golden escalators of Trump Tower in New York City and announce…

Pixel 3 prices slashed off, extended for another two months

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androidcommunity.com - Before Google makes the official announcement of the next-gen Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL phones, we can expect that older Pixel phone models will be offered with a discount. A price slash before a bigger…

Loyalty360 Reads: October 1, 2019

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loyalty360.org - Customer Experience Forever 21 Files for Bankruptcy The apparel retailer has filed for bankruptcy protections. “Teens once swarmed to Forever 21’s piles of inexpensive, high-fashion-imitating party d…

Legends say Mysterious Women Built the Megaliths of Portugal

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www.ancient-origins.net - Prehistoric Europeans told legends about powerful, mysterious female makers of European stone tombs called dolmens and cromlechs. On the one hand, they were said to bestow riches and fertility on ind…

Jobpal pockets $2.7M for its enterprise recruitment chatbot – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Berlin-based recruitment chatbot startup Jobpal has closed a €2.5 million (~$2.7M) seed round of funding from InReach Ventures and Acadian Ventures. The company, which was founded back in 2016, has b…

Application extension: pitch in Startup Battlefield at Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Great news for time-strapped early-stage startup founders across Europe and beyond! We’re extending our application deadline to the Startup Battlefield at Disrupt Berlin 2019 on 11-12 December. If yo…

Jen Rubio to tell us the secrets behind Away’s success at Disrupt Berlin – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - If you’ve been to an airport recently, you’ve probably spotted a ton of iconic Away suitcases. The company has built one of the most successful consumer brands in recent years, and it’s just getting …

Citra port brings Nintendo 3DS games to Android, unofficially

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androidcommunity.com - So you still don’t want to get a new gaming console? You think your gaming phone is enough that you don’t really need a Nintendo 3DS or a Nintendo Switch. We’re not gonna judge but it’s really up to …

Google now testing Duplex-powered Assistant for movie ticket booking

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androidcommunity.com - If you’ve ever used the Google Assistant to help you make bookings in restaurants and hair salons without having to actually talk to a real person, then you know how useful (or useless, depending on …

WhatsApp is testing a self-destructing messages feature – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - WhatsApp users may soon get the ability to have their messages self-destruct after a set period of time. That’s according to a highly reliable tipster who spotted the feature combing through the code…

Elizabeth Warren bites back at Zuckerberg’s leaked threat to K.O. the government – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Presidential candidate Senator Elizabeth Warren has responded publicly to a leaked attack on her by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, saying she won’t be bullied out of taking big tech to task for antico…

Tesla acquires computer vision startup DeepScale in push toward robotaxis – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Tesla has acquired DeepScale, a Silicon Valley startup that uses low-wattage processors to power more accurate computer vision, in a bid to improve its Autopilot driver assistance system and deliver …

GoPro launches new Hero8 Black and MAX action cameras – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - GoPro has released new versions of both its hero line, and its newer 360-degree ruggedized action cameras. The $399 GoPro Hero8 Black’s most significant change is that it gains a new body design that…

Knowable launches its ‘not a podcast’ $100 audio classes – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Books on tape were the lifeblood of self-help. But e-learning startups like Khan Academy and Coursera demanded our eyes, not just our ears. Then came podcasts that make knowledge accessible, yet rare…

Startup aims to make filtered water an app-driven subscription service in the home – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - With so many scandals around the quality of tap water these days, especially in the US, many people are turning to bottled water to drink. But this requires single-use plastics that are wreaking havo…

A flaw in Webex and Zoom let researchers snoop on users’ video calls – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A team of security researchers found they could tap into Webex and Zoom video meetings because many weren’t protected with a code. Researchers at Cequence, a startup focused on protecting application…

Skydio’s second-gen ‘self-flying’ drone is faster, smaller and half the price – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - There weren’t many scenarios where consumer were deciding between buying the original Skydio R1 autonomous drone and something from DJI. The R1 was the second drone in your arsenal, it was a couple g…

Pandora puts its personalization powers to work in a revamped app – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Pandora is doubling down on personalization and revamping its app in order to better compete with rivals like Spotify and Apple Music. Today, the company is introducing a new mobile experience which …

Zuckerberg misunderstands the huge threat of TikTok – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - “It’s almost like the Explore Tab that we have on Instagram” said Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in leaked audio of him describing TikTok during an all-hands meeting. But it’s not. TikTok represents a …

Defining micromobility and where it’s going with business and mobility analyst Horace Dediu – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Micromobility has taken off over the last couple of years. Between electric bike-share and scooter-share, these vehicles have made their way all over the world. Meanwhile, some of these companies, li…

Daily Crunch: WeWork delays its IPO – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. WeWor…

Pitch, a presentation startup from Wunderlist’s founders, raises $30M more to take on PowerPoint – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The software industry is no spring chicken, and that fact has now brought us to an interesting moment in technology. Some of the biggest legacy apps — ubiquitous as they may be — are getting revisite…

Europe’s top court says active consent is needed for tracking cookies – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Europe’s top court has ruled that pre-checked consent boxes for dropping cookies are not legally valid. Consent must be obtained prior to storing or accessing non-essential cookies, such as tracking …

Cloosiv raises $1M to bring mobile ordering to every coffee shop – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - A few months back we took a look at Cloosiv, a company aiming to provide smaller coffee shops a mobile ordering solution that can compete with those of the mega coffee chains. Today the Cloosiv team …

Court says FCC’s ‘unhinged’ net neutrality repeal can’t stop state laws – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The FCC’s repeal of net neutrality rules has been significantly weakened by a federal appeals court, which ruled that the Commission could not preempt state laws like those pending in California. And…

Here’s what Microsoft will probably announce at tomorrow’s Surface event – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - It’s hardware season, and now it’s Microsoft’s turn to deliver the goods. The company will be holding its big Surface event bright and early tomorrow morning in New York. If past years’ events are an…

How to set goals that don’t make you miserable

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www.fastcompany.com - Oprah, Sean Combs, and Will Ferrell have done it. So have Katie Holmes and George W. Bush. These famous names have all run a marathon–a 26.2-mile test of mental and physical endurance. In the last de…

Allbirds to Amazon: Don’t steal our design, steal our sustainable practices

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www.fastcompany.com - Amazon is notorious for brazenly making cheaper lookalikes of popular products on the market, from Warby Parker glasses to the Instant Pot. The retail giant’s latest target? Allbirds, the three-year-…

Hipstamatic Returns. Why you should try it?

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om.co - Hipstamatic is back. Hipstamatic X is a new and improved version of the old classic. Think of the same old Bill Murray but this time in a Comme de Garcons outfit. (By the way we were talking about Lo…

Most mobile browsers display the Web, that’s it—Vivaldi Mobile can change that

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arstechnica.com - Here are a few of what Vivaldi views as the key features of its new mobile browser: up first, Notes. "The Notes tool lets you jot down ideas and gather inspiration without interrupting your browsing …

DoorDash hack spills loads of data for 4.9 million people

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arstechnica.com - A hack on food-delivery service DoorDash leaked the personal data of 4.9 million customers, delivery workers, and merchants, the company revealed on Thursday. The breach took place on May 4, but Door…

Sony slashes PlayStation Now streaming prices ahead of Google Stadia launch

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arstechnica.com - With Google prepping its Stadia streaming service for launch next month, and Microsoft rolling out a Project xCloud steaming test this month, you'd be forgiven for forgetting that Sony has been strea…

Android 10—The Ars Technica Review

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arstechnica.com - Android 10 is finally here! Here's the new logo. This gallery will be a highlight of what's covered in the review. After a half-hearted gesture navigation system in Android 9, Android 10 brings a a m…

Dealmaster: Save on Lenovo and Dell laptops, Bose and Garmin gadgets, and more

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arstechnica.com - Greetings, Arsians! The Dealmaster is back with a bunch of new deals to share. Today, our list showcases discounts and sales on items big and small, including a few new laptops from Lenovo and Dell. …

Garmin Vivoactive 4s review: So many fitness features, so little time

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arstechnica.com - Garmin created the best alternative to the Apple Watch when it came out with the Vivoactive 3 Music. For 2019, has Garmin updated that device with the Vivoactive 4 series, which includes the 45mm Viv…

Former Yahoo engineer admits using his access to steal users’ sexual images

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arstechnica.com - A former Yahoo software engineer has pleaded guilty to hacking into thousands of users’ accounts in search of sexually explicit images and videos and other types of private data. Reyes Daniel Ruiz on…

Facebook tried to fight $5B FTC fine, is ready to fight antitrust probes

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arstechnica.com - Facebook's $5 billion settlement with the Federal Trade Commission this summer smashed records: the FTC had never before fined any company such a hefty amount. But even though critics immediately lam…

Ajit Pai wins (and loses) in court as net neutrality repeal is mostly upheld

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arstechnica.com - A federal appeals court today upheld the Federal Communications Commission's repeal of net neutrality rules but said the FCC cannot preempt all state net neutrality laws. "We uphold the 2018 Order, w…

What Is Design Evangelism?

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modus.medium.com - The developer world has seen a recent upsurge in roles and titles such as Developer Advocate or Developer Evangelist. The vagueness of these titles has prompted questions such as “What does a develop…

How Many Credential Options Do Today’s Students And Workers Have? Try 738,428.

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www.forbes.com - In an era where college costs continue to rise—and a growing number of graduates are finding themselves “trapped” by the undertow of underemployment—college alternatives (or at least supplements) are…

New SIM Card Attacks: Both Android And iOS Impacted—Are You Vulnerable?

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www.forbes.com - In between reports of increasingly sophisticated nation-state sponsored cyberattacks on devices and platforms of all flavours and varieties, the Simjacker news in September was decidedly old school. …

Sticker shock for Washington’s hybrid and electric car owners: $75 fee in their new car-tab bills

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www.seattletimes.com - Beginning this month, hybrid-vehicle owners in Washington state will start paying an annual $75 car-tab fee to finance electric-car charging stations they’ll never use. The little-known increase is l…

Zynga ‘s Words with Friends game users info exposed by a hacker

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androidcommunity.com - Who likes sharing news about any hacking incidents? We don’t but there is a need to do so to warn many people. The last major hack we featured was over a year ago and it had something to do with LTE …

Lenovo Smart Displays getting stuck in update reboot loop

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androidcommunity.com - If you happen to own a Lenovo Smart Display, you may probably be getting annoyed right now because of a recurring issue. A popular topic on one Lenovo forum thread is the problem of non-stop update r…

Dragon Quest of the Stars by Square Enix begins beta registration

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androidcommunity.com - Dragon Quest Walk by Square Enix is coming to AR soon. That’s what we told you back in June. Today, we’re learning about the new version of the RPG DRAGON QUEST OF THE STARS. It will come in early 20…

YouTube TV finally available for Amazon Fire TV, devices

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androidcommunity.com - If you’ve been wanting to subscribe to Google’s paid TV streaming service but you have an Amazon Fire TV device, you will now be finally able to do so. Amazon has announced that they now have support…

Facebook's Zuckerberg says Warren as U.S. president would be bad for tech - Reuters

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www.reuters.com - WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Facebook Inc Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg told employees in July that the company would “go to the mat” to defeat Democratic candidate Elizabeth Warren’s expected ef…

Here are the Xbox Game Pass for Console Titles for Early October - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - It’s October 1, so Microsoft has announced the games it will add to Xbox Game Pass for Console in the first half of the month. Dishonored 2 (Xbox One X Enhanced) on October 3. “Reprise your role as a…

All the Leaks That are Fit to Print - Thurrott.com

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www.thurrott.com - Finally, a 15-inch Surface Laptop! (Source: Evan Blass) Well, Microsoft’s hardware event tomorrow has pretty much been ruined by leaks. There are literally no surprises to be had, thanks to some more…

Best Mirrorless Cameras For Travel – The Travel Bite

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thetravelbite.com - Have you been hearing a lot about mirrorless cameras lately? If not, you’re in for a treat. They’re very similar to a DSLR, with an interchangeable lens and great image quality, only they’re a lot mo…

Tesla Smart Summon Tests Show Oodles Of Laughter (10 Videos) | CleanTechnica

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cleantechnica.com - Published on September 30th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan Tesla vehicle software version 10 (v10) rolled out to Tesla owners across the United States and Europe over the weekend. When I got a sneak previ…

YouTube optimization and intent: Q&A with goop's Courtney Messerli

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www.searchenginewatch.com - At The Transformation of Search Summit next month, we’re very excited to hear from Courtney Messerli, Director of Ecommerce and Search at goop, the brand founded by Gwyneth Paltrow. She’ll be giving …

Election Blacklist: YouTube Buries Viral Video of Hillary Clinton Lying For 13 Minutes Straight

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www.infowars.com - YouTube has buried a viral video of Hillary Clinton lying for 13 minutes straight in yet another example of election blacklisting. Despite the video obtaining over 15 million views, it remains buried…

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This Picasso painting had never been seen before. Until a neural network painted it.

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www.technologyreview.com - Also stay updated on MIT Technology Review initiatives and events? The Old Guitarist is probably the most famous painting from Picasso’s Blue Period. It dates from 1903-1904, when the young artist wa…

Deloitte sees a future with more partnerships between health and consumer tech

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www.healthcareitnews.com - Emerging technologies like artificial intelligence and advanced data analytics have the potential to improve prevention, diagnosis, healthy habits and measurable outcomes, resulting in “dramatic chan…

Relativity, a new star in the space race, raises $160 million for its 3-D printed rockets – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - With $160 million in new financing, Relativity Space is now one step closer to fulfilling its founders’ vision of making the first rockets on Mars. Tagging along for the ride are a motley assortment …

Apple launches Deep Fusion feature in beta on iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Apple is launching an early look at its new Deep Fusion feature on iOS today with a software update for beta users. Deep Fusion is a technique that blends multiple exposures together at the pixel lev…

NASA awards $43.2M to Blue Origin, SpaceX and others for tech to take us to the Moon and Mars – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - NASA has announced the total funding it will distribute to the 14 companies it’s chosen to work with on developing key, innovative technologies that will be instrumental in helping get the agency to …

This Clever Gel Works Like a Vaccine for Wildfires

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www.wired.com - Stanford materials scientist Eric Appel didn’t set out to help save people from wildfire, but from disease. Usually he works on developing gels that can ferry drugs into the human body. So if you wan…

Amid heavy competition, Relatively Space secures $140 million in funding

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arstechnica.com - There is no question that there are many companies racing to develop rockets to deliver small satellites into low-Earth orbit. And there is no doubt that the small satellite market—from governments t…

A gas giant planet that couldn’t have formed the way Jupiter did

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arstechnica.com - One of the difficulties in studying our Earth and the Solar System in which it resides is that you’re generally working with a sample size of one. But astronomy is increasingly loosening that restric…

Medieval skeleton puts a face on accounts of torture and violence

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arstechnica.com - In a medieval Italian cemetery, archaeologists recently exhumed the skeletal remains of a victim of a medieval torture device known as the breaking wheel. University of Milan archaeologist Debora Maz…

Woman who sleeps in $500 EMF-blocking sack wants area-wide Wi-Fi limits

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arstechnica.com - A British woman has been in the news recently for diagnosing herself with a sensitivity to electromagnetic radiation and sleeping in a $500 EMF-blocking sack. She reportedly stays in the sack, from t…

Hamstrung by ransomware, 10 hospitals are turning away some patients

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arstechnica.com - Ten hospitals—three in Alabama and seven in Australia—have been hit with paralyzing ransomware attacks that are affecting their ability to take new patients, it was widely reported on Tuesday. All th…

Transplanting poop can be beneficial—swapping vaginal fluids may be even better

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arstechnica.com - In the afterglow of successful fecal transplants, researchers are now sniffing around vaginal fluids for the next possible bodily product to improve health—and they’re roused by the possibilities. Va…

What problems can you solve on a quantum annealer?

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arstechnica.com - The D-Wave quantum annealer isn't a general-purpose computer, in that it can only solve a set of problems that can be structured as energy minimizations. And even on those problems, D-Wave employees …

Envisioning intentional spaces for collectivism in design | Inside Design Blog

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www.invisionapp.com - As conversations of ethics, justice, and visibility become more prominent within the design community, design is proving itself as a collectivist response to issues no longer seen as simply political.

How To Ensure Your Design System Helps To Achieve The Purpose Of Your Product — Smashing Magazine

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www.smashingmagazine.com - Nick Babich is a developer, tech enthusiast, and UX lover. He has spent the last 10 years working in the software industry with a specialized focus on … More about Nick Babich … (This is a sponsored …

HTML Basics all Web and Graphic Designers Should Know

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line25.com - A significant section of the design community is still debating over the necessity to code for designers. Most designers think that developers and designers should collaborate, but each one should st…

The UX of virtual reality exits

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uxdesign.cc - When developing for virtual reality, designers focus on providing an immersive experience while the user is on the application. However, to provide a great overall user experience, designers should a…

Earliest life found in ancient Aussie rocks

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cosmosmagazine.com - Photomicrograph of stromatolites from the 3.5 billion-year-old Dresser Formation. They are delineated by the mineral pyrite, also known as fool's gold. Australian scientists have unearthed traces of …

US, Harvard Lead The Way In Alzheimer’s Research Worldwide, But Content Is Shifting, Elsevier Says

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www.forbes.com - Global information analytics giant Elsevier announced last week that the United States is the world’s top producer of Alzheimer’s research. But while scientists in the US are playing an integral role…

He’s a dark horse, the dark-spotted giraffe

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cosmosmagazine.com - New research finds that coat colour in male giraffes may function as a signal of social status, not age as previously thought. The study, led by Madelaine Castles of University of Queensland, Austral…

The 7 Biggest Technology Trends In 2020 Everyone Must Get Ready For Now

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www.forbes.com - We are amidst the 4th Industrial Revolution, and technology is evolving faster than ever. Companies and individuals that don't keep up with some of the major tech trends run the risk of being left be…

Samsung Galaxy S11 may arrive with a built-in spectrometer

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androidcommunity.com - As we would always say, it’s never too early to talk about an upcoming product especially if it’s a premium flagship. Samsung is done with flagships this year as the Note 10 series and the Galaxy Fol…

NASA Hands Elon Musk a Reality Check

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www.theatlantic.com - This probably isn’t going to be that year. The effort, known as Commercial Crew, is behind schedule, slowed by a mix of funding shortfalls, technical challenges, safety concerns, and other factors. N…

Link found between chronic headache and back pain

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www.medicalnewstoday.com - Chronic headaches and persistent back pain are both debilitating conditions. New findings suggest a link between the two, potentially charting a new course for more effective treatment. Chronic heada…

Cabazitaxel versus Abiraterone or Enzalutamide in Metastatic Prostate Cancer. - PubMed - NCBI

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - The efficacy and safety of cabazitaxel, as compared with an androgen-signaling-targeted inhibitor (abiraterone or enzalutamide), in patients with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer who w…

10 years ago, "AI risk" was a joke. Now it’s a serious concern. Thank Jaan Tallinn.

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www.vox.com - Most charity is focused on the near term — it goes to universities educating people now, or arts organizations putting on shows and exhibits now, or food pantries helping the hungry now. So what happ…

The Top Three Ways To Eat For Optimal Gut Health

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www.mindbodygreen.com - While probiotics and prebiotics can be found in our diets, sometimes people need a little extra help to get an adequate amount of these healthy nutrients. Gandhi is a huge supporter of supplements, a…

Finding a skin-care routine that works has never been more fun thanks to "Skin-care Bingo"

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www.wellandgood.com - In general, we tend to talk a lot about finding “the one.” The perfect partner, the perfect job, the perfect apartment—so much of our lives come down to discovering that one single thing that’s right…

The 4 Lab Tests Everyone Over 40 Should Have Done

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www.mindbodygreen.com - Your adrenal glands, and to a lesser extent, your testes or ovaries make dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), which is then converted into DHEA-sulfate (DHEA-s). Optimal levels of DHEA can protect against …

Achievable Weight Loss May 'Reverse' Type 2 Diabetes, New Study Finds

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www.mindbodygreen.com - More than 30 million Americans have diabetes, 90 to 95% of which are type 2 diabetics. Diabetes, generally, is a leading cause of death worldwide—so if there's even a shred of evidence behind a poten…

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BUSINESS

For Jeffrey Epstein, one island hideaway wasn’t enough. How he stealthily acquired a second

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www.miamiherald.com - Among his many possessions, Jeffrey Epstein owned a secluded 72-acre island in the Caribbean called Little St. James, a sumptuous tropical hideaway most anyone would envy. For him, it wasn’t enough. …

Myth #15: “Donald Trump is a Great President”

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mythkiller.home.blog - Trump has no sense of cost. He never acknowledges it. Not ever. Not once. For him, acknowledging cost is a sign of weakness. (“Mexico is going to pay for it!”) And you cannot be a leader, in any sens…

Vice Media in Final Stages of Talks to Acquire Refinery29

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www.wsj.com - Vice Media LLC and Refinery29 Inc. have hammered out most of the details of a cash-and-stock deal that would add a large and female-skewing digital media company to Vice’s portfolio, according to peo…

Bnext raises $25 million for its mobile banking alternative – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Fintech startup Bnext has raised a $25 million funding round. The Spanish company is building a banking product and has managed to attract 300,000 active users. DN Capital, Redalpine and Speedinvest …

Challenger bank Bunq expands to all EU countries – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Fintech startup Bunq is launching in 22 additional markets today. It is now going to be available in all European Union markets as well as Norway and Iceland. Overall, users can sign up in 30 countri…

Tencent leads $10M A funding round in SenSat which digitises real-world locations – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - If you could digitize whole, real-world locations you’d automatically improve the planning for big infrastructure projects that require buildings, bridges tunnels and the like. Some $94 trillion in i…

DataHawk provides e-commerce analytics so you can optimize your listings – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Meet DataHawk, a French startup that wants to build a sort of App Annie for Amazon listings. The company lets you track products and search results so that you can learn more about your competitors a…

Coding training and outsourcing service Catalyte launches a toolkit for corporate ‘up-skilling’ – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Catalyte, the Baltimore-based coding training and placement service, has launched a new software service designed to take its machine learning-based skills-assessment and training program to companie…

Rapyd raises $100M for its ‘fintech as a service’ API, now valued at nearly a $1B valuation – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The digital payments market is forecast to balloon to $3 trillion by 2023, and today a startup that lets businesses implement not just payments, but also the many other related (and necessary) servic…

Auto workers’ strike pushes GM losses past $1 billion – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - The workers strike against General Motors — now in its third week — has cost the automaker more than $1 billion during the third quarter, according to a research note from J.P. Morgan analyst Ryan Br…

UPS gets FAA approval to operate an entire drone delivery airline – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - UPS announced today that it is the first to receive the official nod from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to operate a full “drone airline,” which will allow it to expand its current small …

India’s NoBroker raises $50M to help people buy and rent without real estate brokers – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - An Indian startup that is attempting to improve the way how people in the nation rent or buy an apartment by not paying any brokerage just raised a significant amount of capital to further expand its…

Rhino looks to replace renters’ security deposits with a small monthly fee – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Rhino, the insurtech startup incubated by Kairos and co-founded by Kairos CEO Ankur Jain, has today announced the close of a $21 million Series A round led by Kairos and Lakestar. Rhino was founded i…

After “last remnants” of non-contested launches, Air Force seeks competition

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arstechnica.com - This week, the US Air Force made a couple of announcements about future launches of the Delta IV Heavy launch vehicle as well as the Atlas V rocket. Both vehicles, built and launched by United Launch…

Bitcoin Price: 2 Key Indicators Hint that a Bear Market Is in the Cards

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cointelegraph.com - Last week was a tough week for Bitcoin (BTC) as sentiment shifted from bullish to bearish after the price fell from just under $10,000 to below $8,000 in a matter of hours on Sept. 24. After a brief …

Do Small Business Owners Have Better Work/Life Balance?

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smallbusinessonlinecommunity.bankofamerica.com - Is work/life balance easier to achieve for small business owners? Or is it harder? The answer is both, depending on who and when you ask. Owning your own business seems to offer greater potential for…

Ripple Acquires Crypto Trading Firm to Expand Into Iceland

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cointelegraph.com - Ripple continues its run of acquisitions, announcing an expansion into Iceland with its acqui-hire of crypto trading firm Algrim in a blog post on Sept. 30. The acquisition adds six engineers to Ripp…

Government is incentivizing development in areas vulnerable to climate change

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archinect.com - As the effects of climate change grow more apparent, the question of where to build is due to become a significantly more complicated affair. A case in point comes from a recent report in The New Yor…

IRS Report: Most Taxpayers Pay Their Taxes In Full And On Time

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www.forbes.com - Do you file an accurate tax return and pay what you owe each year? If so, you’re in the majority: a report released by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) indicates that the nation's tax compliance ra…

These Cities Have the Most Fulfilled Workers

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www.shrm.org - Where are the country's happiest workers? Try Miami, Orlando, Fla., and Chicago, followed by Tampa Bay, Fla., and Houston, according to a new workplace fulfillment index released by the Society for H…

US manufacturing survey shows worst reading in a decade

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www.cnbc.com - A gauge of U.S. manufacturing showed the lowest reading in more than 10 years in September as exports dived amid the escalated trade war. The U.S. manufacturing purchasing managers' index from the In…

Carvana Launches a New Car Vending Machine for Memorable Customer Experiences

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loyalty360.org - Many industries, in their efforts to adapt to the growth of e-commerce, have seen the rise of memorable purchasing experiences. Carvana, an e-commerce site that offers delivery and pick-up from auto …

Pour Moi Skincare and Jebbit Executives Discuss Declared Data

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loyalty360.org - Register for the webinar here! An intriguing new concept is circulating the loyalty industry right now: declared data. Declared data differs from first-party data in that the latter creates insights …

Measuring and Maximizing ROI: How to Make the Most of Your Loyalty Program

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loyalty360.org - Webinar to take place on October 10, 2019 at 1pm ET >> Register Now: Measuring and Maximizing ROI: How to Make the Most of Your Loyalty Program There are 2.65 billion loyalty program memberships in t…

4 Ways to Build Capacity in Yourself and Others

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leadershipfreak.blog - In 2015, I started sending an email every Friday to our employees. I focused on the concept of inspiration and self-improvement. I thought my Friday emails would be skimmed, or even ignored. To my su…

Trump Tax Reform Victory: Court Upholds State, Local Deduction Limits

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www.breitbart.com - A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by four states against the Internal Revenue Service, rebuffing their challenge against a new $10,000 cap on the deduction for state and local taxes, also kno…

Factory Index Hits 10-Year Low as Employment Plunges

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www.newsmax.com - A measure of U.S. manufacturing unexpectedly fell deeper into contraction, posting the weakest reading since the end of the last recession as a global slowdown and the U.S.-China trade war increasing…

Here's why 73 percent of women want to change careers

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www.inhersight.com - The reasons women want to change careers are varied. Women in our survey identify the top three reasons as the need for more pay (32 percent), followed by the desire to find a career with a mission t…

Politico: Dem primary now looks like a tax-and-spend "arms race"

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hotair.com - Readers may rightly wonder, “isn’t every Democratic presidential primary a spending arms race?” Even for Democrats, Politico’s Brian Faler observes, the 2020 crop of Democratic presidential candidate…

Major US Investors Have Billions at Risk in Chinese Stocks

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www.newsmax.com - Major U.S. fund managers have tens of billion of dollars at stake in some of the most popular Chinese stocks on Wall Street, exposing them to potential losses should the White House move to delist Ch…

Variation in Prescription Drug Prices by Retail Pharmacy Type: A National Cross-sectional Study. - PubMed - NCBI

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www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov - Cash prices for prescription drugs vary widely in the United States. To describe cash price variation by retail pharmacy type for 10 generic and 6 brand-name drugs throughout the United States and st…

RGPD : Seule une entreprise sur trois est conforme, et voici pourquoi

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www.zdnet.fr - Moins d'une organisation sur trois se conforme pleinement au règlement général sur la protection des données (RGPD), malgré l'entrée en vigueur, il y a près d'un an et demi, de la législation sur la …

Dix Noonan Webb to sell the largest copper coin ever issued in Great Britain

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artdaily.com - LONDON.- Dix Noonan Webb, the international coins, medals, banknotes and jewellery specialists are selling the largest copper coin ever issued in Great Britain. It will be included in an auction of B…

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WORLD

Report: AG Barr Is Ramping Up His Probe Of CIA, FBI Activities In 2016

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dailycaller.com - Attorney General William Barr has met with foreign intelligence officials, including during a trip to Italy earlier in September, regarding an investigation into surveillance activities against the T…

Analysis | The worst fears about William Barr are proving correct

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www.washingtonpost.com - President Trump hands over the podium to Attorney General William Barr at an event in July. (MICHAEL REYNOLDS/EPA-EFE/REX) By Aaron Blake Aaron Blake Senior political reporter, writing for The Fix Em…

Oxford professor’s children refused visas to join her in UK

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www.theguardian.com - Amber Murrey, an American academic, was “ecstatic” about being appointed associate professor in geography at Oxford University last year. But the dream turned sour two weeks ago when the Home Office …

Photo: Joe, Hunter Biden Golf with Ukraine Energy Co. Executive in 2014

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www.breitbart.com - The photo, first obtained by the Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson Tonight, is believed to have been taken at the Sebonack Golf Club in Southampton, New York in 2014. Both Hunter Biden and Archer joi…

China celebrates 70 years of Communist Party rule

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www.bbc.com - China is hosting lavish events to mark 70 years since the founding of the People's Republic of China (PRC). On 1 October 1949, Mao Zedong - or Chairman Mao - announced the formation of the PRC, after…

Australia to Trump: Sure, we'll help you pursue your vendetta against political enemies

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www.motherjones.com - President Donald Trump and Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison take the stage as they mark the opening of an Australian-owned Pratt Industries plant, Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019, in Wapakoneta, Ohio.…

Why the Whistle Was Blown

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www.theatlantic.com - On Thursday morning, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence released the declassified whistle-blower complaint against the president of the United States, and millions of national-secur…

Haitian journalist shot in wrist in latest round of protests - Reuters

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www.reuters.com - PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - A journalist was wounded by gunfire in Haiti on Monday as police fired live ammunition to disperse protesters, his employer, Haitian broadcaster Radio Sans Fin (RSF) said, …

Resume of Inspector General Behind 'Whistleblower' Tells Us All We Need to Know

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www.redstate.com - Michael Atkinson. IC IG. CREDIT: ODNI/Cropped The mainstream media has portrayed Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson in glowing terms. “The intelligence community’s chief watchd…

Newly Discovered Letter from Aussie Amb. Exposes NYT Hit Piece on Trump as Fraud

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www.westernjournal.com - It seemed like another blow for the Trump administration, courtesy of The New York Times: News that Trump had pressured another world leader “to advance his personal political interests.” This time i…

October 1st – 2019 Presidential Politics – Trump Administration Day #985

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theconservativetreehouse.com - FSD, Thank you. It can’t be said too many times, or too many ways. The strength and center of the,Uniparty, the thing that has enabled it to take a center-right country, gradually but inexhoribly lef…

Former President Jimmy Carter Celebrates 95th Birthday

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www.newsmax.com - Jimmy Carter is celebrating his 95th birthday, becoming the first U.S. president to reach that milestone as he continues his humanitarian work and occasionally wades back into politics and policy deb…

McConnell Recognizes Millions Lost to Communism on 70th Anniversary of People’s Republic

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www.infowars.com - On Tuesday, Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell encouraged Americans to pause and consider the millions who perished under Chinese communism as the People’s Republic observes its 70th anniversary. M…

Navy: Command Leader Meets With Saudi Counterpart

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www.newsmax.com - Vice Admiral Jim Malloy, the commander of U.S. Naval Forces Central Command, met with his counterpart in Saudi Arabia, Vice Admiral Fahad al Ghofaily, to discuss Iran over the weekend. “Engaging and …

Xi Says China's Rise Is Unstoppable

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www.newsmax.com - President Xi Jinping presided over a grand display of China’s strength in Beijing -- declaring that no force could stop the country’s rise -- even as concerns grew over the condition of the first pro…

UK PM Johnson to Submit Brexit Grand Bargain But Ireland Skeptical

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www.newsmax.com - More than three years since the 2016 referendum, the United Kingdom is heading towards an Oct. 31 Brexit date without a clear understanding of whether it will leave with a deal, without a deal or eve…

Study: Independents six points less likely to vote Democratic when told that candidates have shifted left

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hotair.com - A noteworthy caution to Democratic voters on a day when Biden’s lead in the RCP poll of polls has slipped to just 4.2 points, easily the smallest margin he’s enjoyed since entering the race. Progress…

Game on, again: US, North Korea to restart nuke talks

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hotair.com - Donald Trump wanted another summit with Kim Jong-un. John Bolton wanted to crack down on Pyongyang, while North Korea wanted Bolton out. Looks like two of the three got what they wanted: North Korea …

Would the Queen really sack BoJo?

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hotair.com - The administration of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is really turning into an era of disruption. (Some in the BBC are already calling him “the British Trump.”) He’s taken something of a bull i…

Trump Attorney Sekulow on Ukraine Saga: 'We Went Through a War with Bob Mueller and We Won -- This Is a Skirmish' | Breitbart

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www.breitbart.com - Monday on Fox News Channel’s “Hannity,” Jay Sekulow, an attorney for President Donald Trump, offered viewers several reasons to be skeptical of the current controversy involving Trump and allegations…

North Korea Launches ‘Unidentified Projectile’ Hours After Agreeing to Resume Denuclearization Talks

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www.infowars.com - The launch of one or more unidentified missiles from North Korea has been detected by the Japanese coast guard and the South Korean military, mere hours after Pyongyang said it would resume denuclear…

MBS "takes responsibility" for Khashoggi's death

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hotair.com - This is something that actually came out on Sunday night, but I missed it with all the other garbage flying around in the media whirlwind. In a relatively rare offer of public access to western media…

How the Whistle-Blower Complaint Almost Didn’t Happen

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www.nytimes.com - How the Whistle-Blower Complaint Almost Didn’t Happen Hosted by Michael Barbaro, produced by Eric Krupke and Rachel Quester, and edited by Theo Balcomb and Paige Cowett, with help from Marc Georges, …

Khyler Edman: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know

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heavy.com - GoFundMe Khlyer Edman pictured on a crowdfunding page set up by friends of his family. Khyler Edman was a 15-year-old boy who was killed while protecting his 5-year-old sister from an intruder in Por…

Trump Pressed Australian Leader to Help Barr Investigate Mueller Inquiry’s Origins

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www.nytimes.com - Mr. Barr has taken an active role in overseeing Mr. Durham’s work, American officials said, and is pushing his team to move as quickly as possible, according to other people familiar with the investi…

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LEISURE

The Price of State Control for Wine | Wine-Searcher News & Features

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www.wine-searcher.com - If there's one thing a journalist hates to admit, it is that he or she is wrong – but it has to be done. Mea maxima culpa; I wrote a story that was published here last week, checking on how our Moët …

2,000-plus turn up at funeral of Florida veteran with no kin

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www.washingtonpost.com - By Tamara Lush | AP October 1 at 4:23 PM SARASOTA, Fla. — Most of the 2,000-plus people who gathered in the Florida heat Tuesday didn’t know Edward Pearson. They knew little, if anything, about the l…

Roman Fort Discovered Hidden Beneath English Bus Station

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www.ancient-origins.net - A long-lost Roman fort has been uncovered during a construction project in the British town of Exeter. The discovery stunned archaeologists as there was no record to indicate that there was a fortifi…

Cimabue painting 'Christ Mocked' found in woman's kitchen in France

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www.usatoday.com - A rare painting from the Italian master Cimabue was found hanging in the kitchen of a woman outside Paris, local media reported. "Christ Mocked," a work by the 13th century pre-Renaissance painter, w…

Salesforce is building an office tower in Sydney, pledging 1000 new jobs in next five years – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Salesforce announced this week that it’s building another shiny tower. This one will be in Sydney with views of the harbor and the iconic Sydney Opera House. The company has also committed to adding …

Unagi is the iPhone of scooters you actually buy – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Can you never find a scooter to rent when you need one? Here’s a radical idea. Buy one. While Bird, Lime, Skip, Scoot, Uber, Lyft and more compete for on-demand micromobility, a new startup invented …

Backed by Expa, Aero is a premium air travel startup with $16M in funding – TechCrunch

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techcrunch.com - Aero, a new air travel startup backed by Garrett Camp’s startup studio Expa, is officially announcing the appointment of its first CEO: Uma Subramanian, who previously launched Airbus’ helicopter ser…

‘We’re organizing to improve lives’: New York fast-food workers push to unionize

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www.theguardian.com - The Fight for $15 low wage movement has long had two goals: winning a $15 -an-hour wage for low-paid workers and a union for fast-food workers. On wages it has been a major success – seven states hav…

This is the time-management hack that helped me double my income

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www.fastcompany.com - Before I discovered the secret to getting more done in a day, I always wished for more time. As the owner of a seven-figure design firm and coaching company, time has been a significant struggle for …

How to Support an Employee with Social Anxiety

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hbr.org - Calvin calls in sick on days he’s supposed to give a presentation. Melinda has stellar ideas she only communicates through email. And Jess told you outright that she has a diagnosis of social anxiety.

Create Your Battle Board! (My Secret to Productivity) - Brendon Burchard

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brendon.com - Free Book! My blog readers get a complimentary copy of my new book High Performance Habits, while supplies last! I bought 1000 for you – so no charge for the book itself – but I do ask you pay your s…

How to Deliver Dramatic UX with Weatherstack's API | Webdesigner Depot

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www.webdesignerdepot.com - weatherstack is an exceptional API service that provides accurate weather data for millions of locations around the world. What at first might appear to be a nice-to-have feature for local sites, is …

United Kingdom: A Traveler's Guide to Quaint English Gardens - Unusual Places

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unusualplaces.org - The UK has always been a mixture of rural, rustic and fairy tale locations. Today the old and the modern is scattered across the country in picturesque and unique forms. Many unusual places exist to …

The Icelandic Village Where the Sun Never Sets in Summer

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www.wired.com - Ólafsfjörður is a small fishing village in northern Iceland with a population of fewer than 1,000 people. There's a church, a few shops, a single gas station, a fish factory, a school, and not much e…

The World’s Most Spectacular Private Island Escapes

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www.forbes.com - There was a time when, if you wanted to experience private-island life, your last name had to be Vanderbilt or Astor. That’s no longer the case. Vacationing on luxury isles—some independently owned, …

Why Your Partner is Still Unenlightened - Lisa McLeod

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www.mcleodandmore.com - “I want to do it, but he won’t go along.” Stan had just been through an innovative marketing seminar. As a partner in a mid-size consulting firm, he was looking for ways to take the business to the n…

Bologna Bishop Launches Pork-Free Tortellini to Welcome Muslims

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www.breitbart.com - This Friday, which commemorates the feast of Saint Petronius, pasta makers will gather as they do every year at 11:00am in the large central square that bears the saint’s name. There they will roll o…

VC to Ambitious Women: Don't Lean In. Quit and Do Your Own Thing

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www.inc.com - One recent poll says more than 70 percent of women want to change their career. Clearly, something about traditional careers isn't working for half the human race. What should be done about it? That'…

Universal Orlando Resort fires 'Despicable Me' actor after 'OK' symbol

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www.usatoday.com - Tiffiney Zinger said it was painful telling her daughter she couldn't use a family vacation photo for her second grade class project – the image was marred by what appeared to be a symbol of hate. Th…

Forever21 just declared bankruptcy, but fast fashion isn’t dead yet

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www.fastcompany.com - Over the weekend, Forever21 filed for bankruptcy. It wasn’t entirely unexpected: rumors about a possible Chapter 11 filing had been circulating for months. The fast fashion brand will not entirely di…

Forest skin care is taking over to save our skin and our sanity

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www.wellandgood.com - In Japan, it’s tradition to walk through a forest to find stress relief. They coined the term forest bathing, and even doctors there prescribe jaunts in nature as preventative medicine, as plenty of …

Artist Alex Chinneck ties post boxes in knots across the UK for his latest public artwork

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artdaily.com - MARGATE.- British artist Alex Chinneck returns with three identical new public artworks across the UK titled: ‘Alphabetti Spaghetti’. The sculptures which appeared overnight in London, Margate and Sh…

The best and worst late night snacks if you are trying to lose weight. - Shape Me, by Susie Burrell

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www.shapeme.com.au - Night eating, or should we call it ‘eating while we watch Netflix’, is something most of us have indulged in at some point. While we may not be hungry, munching on some crunchy, salty snacks or indul…

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