Monthly Archives: September 2016

LaFerrari Aperta breezes into Paris

Ferrari snuck the world a first look at a convertible LaFerrari back in July, and now it has rolled the car out in Paris, revealing more about its design and performance, as well as its name: LaFerrari Aperta. One of

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LaFerrari Aperta breezes into Paris

Ferrari snuck the world a first look at a convertible LaFerrari back in July, and now it has rolled the car out in Paris, revealing more about its design and performance, as well as its name: LaFerrari Aperta. One of

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Crunch Report | Facebook Snapchat Clone in Poland

Facebook is testing a Snapchat clone in Poland, PewDiePie’s Tuber Simulator hits the top of the charts, Marc Andreessen talks about quitting Twitter, Yahoo open sources porn-detecting software, Nutanix is up 131% on its first day of trading on the

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The Cancer Moonshot needs a heavy dose of computational infrastructure

 Top cancer researchers recently reported their findings and recommendations to President Obama and Vice President Biden’s Cancer Moonshot task force. All 10 recommendations in the report heavily concentrate on enabling computational infrastructure, and included these key words: sharing data, engaging

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Honest Co. is reformulating its soaps after ingredients controversy

 The consumer products startup founded by Jessica Alba, The Honest Co., on Friday told The Wall Street Journal that it plans to reformulate its dish soap, laundry detergent and other cleaners after an earlier controversy over their ingredients. The Honest Co. markets

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Christie Announces Transportation Trust Fund Deal with Sweeney and Prieto

Governor Chris Christie, alongside Senate President Stephen Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Vincent Prieto, this evening announced a bipartisan agreement for broad-based tax cuts and funding for the Transportation Trust Fund (TTF).

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Mini quadruped robot may bound its way into your heart

Although people are fascinated by quadruped robots such as those made by Boston Dynamics, it’s unlikely that they’ll ever be able to afford such complex machines themselves. Scale things down a bit, though, and four-legged-robot-ownership starts becoming more of a

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Mini quadruped robot may bound its way into your heart

Although people are fascinated by quadruped robots such as those made by Boston Dynamics, it’s unlikely that they’ll ever be able to afford such complex machines themselves. Scale things down a bit, though, and four-legged-robot-ownership starts becoming more of a

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Woody Allen’s Secondhand Sixties Radicalism

Woody Allen’s six-episode miniseries for Amazon, “Crisis in Six Scenes,” which runs just less than two and a half hours in total, is, in effect, his “American Pastoral.” Like Philip Roth’s 1997 novel, it’s a vision (a comedic one, where Roth’s

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Global middle class numbers over 1 billion based on having between $8,500 and $47,000 in net financial assets

The Allianz Global wealth report split all households/individuals into global wealth classes in order to analyze how wealth is distributed at the global level. The division is based on the average global net per capita financial assets, which came in

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Apple doubles down on the enterprise market

In order to help boost sales of its mobile device amongst enterprises, Apple has announced a partnership with the consulting firm Deloitte & Touche LLP. On Wednesday, the two companies said that they had formed a new service called Enterprise

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How Donald Trump Could Disappear from the Political Scene

Certain detectable changes have been made to the Donald Trump stump speech. In Bedford, New Hampshire, on Thursday, he delivered his remarks as they had been prepared and kept himself to half an hour—normal for a political speech, but unusual

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Allianz global wealth report says the best years are over

Allianz unveiled the seventh edition of its "Global Wealth Report", which puts the asset and debt situation of households in more than 50 countries under the microscope. Based on the findings of the report, it seems that the best years

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The Purge is getting a TV series because this is what America deserves

The Purge films have always been this pulp, campy mess, but each entry has done better monetarily than the one before it. That’s probably why we’re going to get a TV series based on […] Go to Source

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Group Apologizes for Giuliani’s ‘Unscripted’ Remarks at Awards Dinner

A commercial finance industry group apologized for remarks former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani made at an awards dinner they hosted last week.

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Nutanix up 131% on first day of trading

 Nutanix made its stock market debut with a bang. After pricing shares at $16, the enterprise data storage company saw 131% gains on its first day of trading. With clients like Toyota and Best Buy, Nutanix aims to make it easier

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Twitch appears to be getting its own version of Amazon Prime, called “Twitch Prime”

 It appears that Twitch-integrated games are not the only thing Amazon has been working on with the live-streaming site it owns. A small number of Twitch users are now reporting seeing a new section called “Twitch Prime” pop up in their profiles.

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Review: Formy 3D-printed bar grips make a lasting impression

You don’t need to be an ergonomics expert to know that custom-fit cycling products are typically more comfortable than their off-the-rack equivalents. And thanks to the advent of 3D scanning and printing technology, we’re now seeing that sort of “personal

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Review: Formy 3D-printed bar grips make a lasting impression

You don’t need to be an ergonomics expert to know that custom-fit cycling products are typically more comfortable than their off-the-rack equivalents. And thanks to the advent of 3D scanning and printing technology, we’re now seeing that sort of “personal

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EFF asks court to block US from prosecuting security researcher

This has been a controversy for quite some time. Companies don’t like their flaws exposed, and for the most part researchers have honored this, at least to a reasonable degree. Generally, a period of time is given for the company

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