Kylie and Kendall Jenner: Book Debut is Officially a FLOP!

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This Storage Cube Could Be Your Personal Assistant

This Storage Cube Could Be Your Personal Assistant

The last time I used a storage cube it was called a cubby, and I shoved finger-painted cardboard and mittens in it because I was 5. I suspect I’m not alone. If Arthur Shmulevsky has his way, storage cubes will graduate to much broader use than crayon receptacles. His startup, Clean Cube, provides a space for all your drop off and pick up errands.

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Thailand Built an Electronic Tongue to Police Thai Food Worldwide

Thailand Built an Electronic Tongue to Police Thai Food Worldwide

The government of Thailand does not approve of your town’s crappy Thai restaurant. In fact, it’s so upset about the global scourge of tasteless Tom Yum soup and dank drunken noodles that’s spending $1 million to combat it. A large portion of that money has gone into the development of an electronic tongue.

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AT&T offering double data on Mobile Share plans for a limited time

Are you a heavy data user? If so, AT&T is hoping you’ll look their way and consider their latest promotion. For a limited time, they’re doubling up the data offered on their Mobile Share value plans.








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Jimi Hendrix’s Last Interview, Recorded a Week Before He Died

Jimi Hendrix's Last Interview, Recorded a Week Before He Died

Jimi: All Is By My Side, the biopic following a young Jimi Hendrix, opened this weekend. In the movie, André Benjamin just about nails Jimi’s distinctive, wandering way of talking. Tonight, let’s go to the source: Jimi Hendrix’s final interview, recorded just seven days before he died in September 1970.

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New Cash May Make Wish The Next $1B Unicorn

unicorn(1) Mere months after raising $50 million in financing, we’re hearing from multiple sources that the mobile and online shopping startup Wish is galloping towards “unicorn” status with talks to raise roughly $100 million at a valuation of around $1 billion. Apparently, people like to shop on their mobile devices. Just to refresh your memory, the San Francisco-based Wish was… Read More

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Weekly sidebar poll results: Your favorite paid music service

Everyone loves Google Play Music, but Spotify makes a strong showing

Earlier in the week, we asked everyone to help us find alternatives to Google Play Music All Access. We’re all either at, or very near to, the device limit and we need our music. We’ve fussed and complained about the device authorization and de-authorization limits, but Google and the music companies aren’t likely to change their minds, so it’s time for us to try something else.

Of course, the most popular option in the poll was Google Play Music. On an Android, it’s easy, and the catalogue is pretty rich. And the device limit isn’t going to affect most people, so it works great for the majority. Next in line was Spotify, so that’s an option some of us will be exploring. After that, things are pretty well split and there’s no clear third-place.








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Michele Bachmann: Obama Will Grant Executive Amnesty to Terrorists in US

Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) told Breitbart News at the Value Voters Summit hosted by the Family Research Council that President Barack Obama’s planned executive amnesty is the biggest story that the mainstream media has ignored this year.

“[Seeking] amnesty for illegal aliens is the number one achievement of the president’s second term,” Bachmann said in an interview that aired on Breitbart News Saturday on Sirius XM Patriot Channel 125.

“He’s planning to get it and he’s planning to jam it down the throats of the American people. It’s a plate of dog food to do this,” Bachmann said. “It’s not what the American people want—they’re going to react—which is why the president is taking the coward’s way out and he’s waiting until after the election. The media, unfortunately, is giving the president a big assist because you don’t hear them pounding on the table saying ‘Mr. President, Mr. President, what are you doing?’”

“They’re completely leaving the fight,” she continued. “So the American people are being completely dis-served because the president has already announced what he’s going to do. He’s going to give full-scale amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, which by the way would include terrorists who are currently in this country who came in illegally. This is a travesty of historic proportions and the president of the United States will completely destroy his presidency if he does it—but he doesn’t care. All he cares about is the outcome, achieving his radical political ends, which is why we got to do everything we can despite the media not paying attention to this issue we need to focus on it.”

Bachmann, who said she thinks “it’s great” Attorney General Eric Holder is resigning from office at long last—and “should have resigned a long time ago”—backed a strategy by Senate Budget Committee ranking member Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) that all U.S. Senators should vote against any Attorney General nominee if that nominee does not oppose Obama’s planned executive amnesty.

“He’s a thousand percent right,” Bachmann said of Sessions’ strategy. “The best senator that we have in the U.S. Senate on the issue of illegal immigration is Jeff Sessions. Bar none. He has led the way in the Senate and actually myself and Congressman Steve King were working with him in the week leading up to the great legislation we got through the House of Representatives. We actually got decent legislation and in part it’s because of the work we did with Sen. Jeff Sessions.”

The legislation Bachmann is referring to were two separate bills the House passed right before August recess. The first toughened immigration asylum restrictions and gave resources to the federal government to halt the border crisis, and the second one defunded the president’s plans for an executive amnesty making it illegal for him to use taxpayer resources to grant illegal aliens work permits or other documents. As the House debated and passed those bills—the first time the Republican Party has been almost universally united against amnesty since the 2012 election—House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi lost control of herself and twice waved her finger in the face of GOP Rep. Tom Marino of Pennsylvania, chasing him across the House floor.

“They [the Democrats] went apoplectic,” Bachmann said. “She [Pelosi] actually chased after a Republican in Congress. She was completely unhinged because her policy is unhinged to give blanket amnesty to people who break our laws to come into the United States. We have a huge problem with amnesty for illegal aliens—it’s a national security risk.”

“It means taking away millions of jobs from American citizens and it further means lowering of wages and benefit packages for Americans,” she continued. “We’re seeing a plumping up of the welfare rolls well into the future. Why would we do this? Why would we add to our welfare rolls? Why would we pull away good jobs from Americans? Why would we lower their wages? That’s why the American people are outraged over illegal immigration, and I really think it is a traitorous act to not bring attention to the fact that the president has announced he is going to grant blanket amnesty and the media is completely ignoring the story. It’s the biggest story of this year other than the tragedy with the Islamic State and Islamic jihad.”


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UFC 178 Preview Show with Ariel Helwani and Shaun Al Shatti

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Sony is shutting down PlayStation Home in North America, too

It was only a matter of time. When word came down that Sony was shuttering the PlayStation 3 virtual space, PlayStation Home, in Japan earlier this year, the service’s domestic days were likely numbered as well. Citing a “shifting landscape” as the…

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