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Leaked 'Star Wars: Episode VII' Photos Show Off A Giant Monster
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:30
One of the biggest fears that "Star Wars" fans have for "Star Wars: Episode VII" is that it will follow in the footsteps of the CGI-heavy prequels. However, new leaked set photos by TMZ have shown that the new film helmed by J.J. Abrams may be returning to the original trilogy's practical effects roots. More than 40 photos put out by TMZ show different sets at the Abu Dhabi filming location for the film. Most fans have concluded that the set stands in for Tatooine, Luke Skywalker's home planet.
The Winklevoss Twins May Have Bought This $14.5 Million Penthouse In Soho
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:38
Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss may have made a big real estate purchase, the New York Observer is reporting. Last week, developer Justin Ehrlich sold his penthouse in New York City's swanky Soho neighborhood for a reported $14.5 million. According to the Observer, the buyer's address is the same as the Winklevoss Bitcoin Trust in Delaware. If the Winklevoss twins did indeed buy the loft from Ehrlich, they'll have plenty of space for the both of them. The 4,300-square-foot loft has three bedrooms
Malcolm Gladwell Can't Understand Amazon's War With Hachette (AMZN)
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:41
Malcolm Gladwell, the renowned author of "David and Goliath" as well as other popular social science books, has spoken out about the on-going disagreement between Amazon and "Big Five" publisher Hachette, saying that it's "sort of heartbreaking" to have Amazon, his long-time partner, turn on him.  "Over the past 15 years, I have sold millions of dollars’ worth of books on Amazon, which means I have made millions of dollars for Amazon," Gladwell told the New York Times. "I would have
The Market To Build A Wearable Apps Platform Is Apple's Or Google's To Take
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:41
There are so many wearable devices already on the market, and many more soon to launch, it's becoming difficult to keep up. But all this enthusiasm among device makers for the wearables category misses the fact that there still aren't enough apps out there to really make wearables compelling for mainstream consumers.  Why are there so few wearable apps?In large part, this is the result of a highly fragmented developer environment. Aside from Pebble's app market, which has an
Here Are The Details Of The Historic EPA Rule To Cut Carbon Emissions From Power Plants
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:45
On Monday, the Environmental Protection Agency proposed the first rule to cut greenhouse gas emissions from the nation's nearly 1,000 existing power plants. Specifically, the new regulation calls for cutting carbon pollution by 30% from 2005 levels by the year 2030. Under the rule, states will be given a flexible timeline to create a plan for reducing carbon pollution, with plans due by June 2016. The program for reducing emissions will vary by state, depending on their unique situations. For
Ingestible Health Monitor Company Proteus Raises $120 Million
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:45
Proteus, a company that makes ingestible health sensors, has raised $120 million, The Information’s Katie Benner reports. It’s unclear who the new investors are, but Oracle and Novartis have invested in previous rounds of financing. The sensors Proteus makes are called Helius, and they are made of copper, silicon, and magnesium. They’re swallowed to capture information in your body for a few minutes to show how well medicine you’re taking is working. They can also show
'The Brady Bunch' Star 'Alice' Dies After Suffering Fall
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:48
TV legend Ann B. Davis, who played Alice on "The Brady Bunch," has died at age 88. According to TMZ, Davis "fell in her bathroom early this morning and hit her head causing grave damage. We're told she never regained consciousness." Davis' death was sudden considering she was healthy and remained active, said her roommate in Texas.The actress was best known for her role as housekeeper Alice Nelson on the original run of "The Brady Bunch" from 1969 to 1974. She reprised the role
MAP: Here's Where You Should Move If You Want The Most Sunshine
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:49
Where you live makes a big difference in how much sunlight you'll see each year. Data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, mapped by Metric Maps and posted on Reddit, shows sunshine patterns across the U.S. Check it out: The data is broken down by county and represented in kilojoules per square meter. As you can see, there's a big divide between north and south. Cleveland, Seattle, and Pittsburgh are some of the darkest cities in the U.S. The entire
Nine Inch Nails Frontman Trent Reznor Will Still Work For Beats Following The Apple Acquisition (AAPL)
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:54
Representatives for Trent Reznor, chief creative officer at Beats Music and Nine Inch Nails frontman, shot down reports that Reznor has stepped down from the company following Apple's $3 billion acquisition. "Trent is still chief creative officer for beats music and will continue to be," a Beats spokesperson told Business Insider via email. A couple of days ago, USA Today reported that Reznor had "reportedly left the company." The USA Today report also noted that Frederic Vinna,
This Chart Shows You The Massive Influence iPhone 6 Will Have On Apple's Sales
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:57
Apple has basically doubled its iPhone sales in the last three years, according to estimates from research firm IDC. On its own, that's a considerable achievement. But more than that, it has maintained prices for them, too, in the face of discount competition from various high-quality Android phones. This year it's expected to eke out a small increase in price, too, according to IDC. What's missing from this chart is the obvious: The effect of iPhone 6. Apple is expected to launch the new
American Family Association Terrified By USPS Harvey Milk Stamp
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:42
PIC: Daniel Nicoletta (CC) In a statement released last week (“A drag queen was behind USPS Harvey Milk stamp“) the American Family Association instructed its membership to refuse delivery of mail stamped with the new commemorative Harvey Milk stamp (I had no idea that there even was one. Thanks, AFA!), and if given them at the post office to ask for a United States flag stamp
Ten years of resistance, the secret war on Syria
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:20
Ten years of resistance, the secret war on Syria 1   Ten years of resistance, the secret war on Syria     Ten years of resistance, the secret war on Syria 3     Ten years of resistance, the secret war on Syria 4     River to Sea Uprooted Palestinian    The views expressed in this article are […]

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10 Things You Need To Know This Morning (DIA, SPY, SPX, QQQ, AAPL)
Monday, 02 June 2014 06:20
Good morning! Here's what you need to know: Things Are Looking Up In China: China's official Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) climbed to 50.8 in May from 50.4 in April. This was better than the 50.7 expected by economists. The new orders sub-index increased to 52.3 from 51.2, the biggest increase in nine months. "The below-51 PMI is still weak, and there are still strong headwinds due to the downturn of the property sector and the anti-corruption campaign," said Bank of America Merrill Lynch's
How To Stream Apple's Big WWDC Keynote Today (AAPL)
Monday, 02 June 2014 07:34
Apple will stream its WWDC keynote presentation live today at 1 p.m. Eastern. You can only watch on an Apple device. If you have an Apple TV, you can stream from the Apple Events channel found on the your home screen. Everyone else can use a Mac, iPhone, or iPad and go to this link to watch. You must use the Safari browser though. Apple will announce a new version of iOS, the operating system for iPhones and iPads today. The company will also announce a new version of OS X, the Mac operating
Semi-Pro Soccer Player Scores One Of The Goals Of The Year On An Overhead Kick From 18 Yards Away
Monday, 02 June 2014 07:38
Odaine Sinclair, a forward for the semi-professional squad FC Tucson, scored one of the most perfectly executed overhead kicks you'll ever see in a game against BYU last week. In the 44th minute Sinclair jumped into the air while facing away from goal and fired a shot over his head and into the back of the net. Slow-mo: His coach told the Tucson Sentinel after the game: "That is by far the best goal I’ve ever seen live in my life. Not only was it a bicycle kick, he was 20 yards out

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