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Creamy Blueberry Gelatin Salad

Plump blueberries and a fluffy topping star in this pretty, refreshing salad. My mom's blueberry salad was served at every holiday and celebration. Now, my grandchildren look forward to sampling it at holidays. —Sharon Hoefert, Greendale, Wisconsin Original link
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Superhot is coming to PlayStation VR

Just last year, Superhot VR came out for PC and consoles with a fancy new game mechanic: time only moves when you do. The virtual reality version came out for Oculus Rift last October with a couple of twists: the player stays in one place while the enemies advance. In the PlayStation pre-show today, the company announced that Superhot VR will be coming to Sony's PSVR system "in a couple of weeks." Original link
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LENOVO Thinkpad X1 Carbon Core i7-3667U 2GHz 8Gb 240Gb TouchScreen windows 10pro

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‘Assassin’s Creed Origins’: Our First Take

Assassin’s Creed Origins is the culmination of the series’ two-year hiatus, and though there’s plenty new and different, some old problems remain. It’s been two long years since the last Assassin’s Creed game, AC Unity, met with tepid reception from fans and critics. Ubisoft responded by taking a break to put AC back in the oven for a while, and the resulting game, Assassin’s Creed Origins, was unveiled for the first time during Microsoft’s...
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'Transference' VR game wants you to feel unsettled

It's unclear whether Transference is a movie or a game, but Ubisoft made it clear that it wants you to feel uneasy when experiencing it in the trailer revealed at its E3 press conference in Los Angeles today. Transference's trailer is pretty vague but it definitely feels like its a suspenseful experience. The trailer's description reveals its a bridge between games and movies and follows the "tale of a man’s obsession as you explore his dig...
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TA17-163A: CrashOverride Malware

Original release date: June 12, 2017 | Last revised: June 14, 2017 Systems Affected Industrial Control Systems Overview The National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center (NCCIC) is aware of public reports from ESET and Dragos outlining a new, highly capable Industrial Controls Systems (ICS) attack platform that was reportedly used in 2016 against critical infrastructure in Ukraine. As reported by ESET and Dragos , the CrashOv...
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MCU News: Chris Evans Sticks Around, Luke Cage Begins Filming and Ant-Man Gets Shorter

In case you somehow forgot, there’s a whole lot of Marvel on the way. The one studio to absolutely nail the cinematic universe thing continues its complete takeover of every screen you own. And hey, as long as they can keep up the level of quality they’ve maintained so far (with few exceptions), I’ll certainly stick around for more. From the looks of things Captain America star Chris Evans feels the same way. The actor recently revealed why...
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Microsoft Wins Xbox Class-Action Fight at US Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday ruled in favor of Microsoft in its bid to fend off class action claims by Xbox 360 owners who said the popular videogame console gouges discs because of a design defect . From a report: The court, in a 8-0 ruling, overturned a 2015 decision by the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that allowed console owners to appeal the dismissal of their class action lawsuit by a federal judge in Seatt...
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Industroyer malware touted as 'biggest cyber threat to critical infrastructure since Stuxnet'

Industroyer malware touted as 'biggest cyber threat to critical infrastructure since Stuxnet' SECURITY RESEARCHERS have uncovered Industroyer and have labelled it as the biggest threat to critical infrastructure since Stuxnet. Stuxnet was the malicious warm responsible for causing substantial damage to Iran's nuclear programme more than seven years ago. This new piece of malware, analysed by researchers at security company ESET, is capable ...
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U.S. banks launching answer to peer-to-peer payment app Venmo

NEW YORK The U.S. banking industry is about to launch its answer to the popular mobile payments app Venmo, in what is likely to be the biggest change in years in how individuals exchange funds digitally. Over the next week, five of the largest U.S. banks will light up their segments of a new payments network called Zelle, executives said in interviews. They plan to announce details of the launch on Monday, and expect another two dozen banks...
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Next up for CRM? Customer Retention Through Contextual Messaging

The rapid evolution of CRM has initiated a rush of new marketing processes and practices; combining multi-channel messaging with analytics is a promising new direction. Few business sectors are faster to exploit growth in mobile and cloud technology than CRM. We can scarcely go a month without reading about a new trend or emerging process in customer management. Social CRM (bidirectional interaction with customers via the Internet) is upon ...
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Best VPN for PC: Our 5 top choices

It’s clear that the shift to mobile devices is accelerating, and the slump in the sales of PCs has been well-documented over the past few years. That said, the PC is still holding its own, and indeed there have been some more positive signs in terms of sales recently. There are certainly plenty of folks out there who still prefer desktop computers, or at least use a PC to do the odd task here and there – and if they wish to do so with the m...
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Apple takes on Facebook with its own Messages Bots

A few weeks ago, I suggested that it should be possible to contact your bank to arrange a loan using your AirPods . Apple at WWDC 2017 announced a key partnership that will eventually enable this: a team-up with Nuance to create a bot-based customer service ecosystem for Messages, taking on similar solutions from Facebook and others in the process. It’s called “ Business Chat ”. Introducing Business Chat We’re not looking at completely auto...
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Apple pays off its future-of-computing promise with iPad Pro

After playing with the new iPad Pro 10.5″ for a few days, I am convinced that it’s fairly impossible to do a detailed review of it in its current state. Not because there is some sort of flaw, but because it was clearly designed top to bottom as an empty vessel in which to pour iOS 11. Every feature, every hardware advancement, every piece of understated technical acrobatics is in the service of making Apple’s next-generation software shine...
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Windows ISO Downloader 5.02

Windows ISO Downloader is a brilliant tool that lets you download ISO image files for a number of different versions and builds of Microsoft Windows or Microsoft Office. If you need to perform a clean install of your operating system, Windows ISO Downloader can save you time and effort, in hunting down an unmodified disk image. As Windows ISO Downloader is a portable app, no installation is required. Simply downloa...
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Here's When To Tune In For Every E3 Press Conference

E3 2017 is finally upon us, and we're going to be  streaming press conferences  from Saturday through Tuesday from the biggest publishers in the industry. Each stream will feature a 15-minute pre-show discussion amongst Game Informer editors covering our hopes and expectations, as well as a post-show wrap up. Here's our schedule for the week: Saturday, June 10th EA -   watch the archive here Sunday, June 11th   &...
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Podcast: The creators of 2017 Tony Award Best Musical winner ‘Dear Evan Hansen’

Curious about “Dear Evan Hansen,” the Broadway musical that just scooped up six Tony Awards, including Best Musical ? Our podcast Recode Decode has you covered. In April, Recode’s Kara Swisher spoke with “Dear Evan Hansen” producer Stacey Mindich and book writer Steven Levenson about making musicals in the age of VR and Instagram. The hit show centers on a socially anxious teenager played by Ben Platt — who also won a Tony — and Mindich and...
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Uber’s board votes unanimously to adopt all recommendations of Holder report

Uber’s Board of Directors has voted unanimously to implement all of the recommendations contained within the report it commissioned from former U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and his legal partners Tammy Albarrán. The board met Sunday to discuss the recommendations, which reportedly include a suggestion that Uber SVP Emil Michael, a trusted confidant of CEO Travis Kalanick, be asked to leave the company . In a statement, a representative...
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Protecting Phone Cable Using Craft/Fun Wire

Protecting Lightning cable using Plastic covered Fun/Craft cable Now, the binding wire won't repair or fix non-functioning old cables, but it will help keep your new cable in conditionHelps if the damage to your cables isn’t too severe (i.e. lightning cable is functioning)Adequately flexible to prevent from further breaksRigid enough to hold the cable straightPlastic coated binding wire is covered with plastic hence softer at the ends with ...
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Xbox One X vs. PS4 Pro: Full specs compared - CNET

"Project Scorpio" finally has a real name -- the Xbox One X .  Microsoft showed off the newest Xbox console on Sunday during the company's E3 press conference. While most of the key tech specs had been revealed two months earlier (and confirmed by Microsoft ), we now have the full details on the upgrade to the Xbox One. The key detail, of course, is that the Xbox One X and earlier Xbox One consoles will all be able to play the same games. B...
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Liveblog: Expect lots of games at Sony’s E3 2017 press conference

Enlarge / We've come a long way since this image from E3 2005, the first console-unveiling press conference I ever attended. reader comments 2 Liveblog starts in: View Liveblog Before E3 starts properly on Tuesday, Sony will unveil its plans for the show at a press conference from Los Angeles' Shrine Auditorium. Ars will be on hand to liveblog the event at 6pm PDT (9pm EDT; 2am Tuesday UK time) on Monday, June 12. Last year , Sony's E3 pres...
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Adventure on Mystery Island Chapter 4: Brainstorm Basin

Help shape a fascinating tale of danger, intrigue, and stubborn bubbles. Previously on Adventure on Mystery IslandAfter an unfortunate plane crash and a rather fortunate encounter with the enigmatic Monolith of Multitude, you end up with sand in your shoes, a precious code for Rebel Galaxy in your pocket, and a healthy dose of curiosity in your gut. The path towards the second Monolith goes through the foreboding Sidequest Castle, which tur...
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Microsoft Xbox at E3 2017: the 6 biggest announcements

Microsoft’s Project Scorpio was one of the most anticipated announcements of E3, and now it has a name and a release date. It’s called the Xbox One X, and you’ll be able to buy it on November 7th, for the disappointingly high price of $499. But that wasn’t the only thing that happened. We got release dates for some long-awaited games like Crackdown 3, our first look at new series installments like Assassins Creed Origins, and a lot of gamep...
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Funniest/Most Insightful Comments Of The Week At Techdirt

This week, we wrote about the ongoing plague of skewed priorities among law enforcement agencies when it comes to bodycam footage. That One Guy latched on to a particular detail and racked up the votes for most insightful comment of the week : "I don't get it, why don't the people we beat and shoot respect us?" Officer Mader was fired. The other cop was praised. According to the department, Mader "put two other officers in danger" by not im...
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MIT’s Color-Changing Tattoos Are Perfect for Diabetics

Cool tat, man: Researchers at MIT and Harvard Medical School have developed color-changing tattoo ink that responds to variations in bodily fluid. Dermal Abyss is a proof-of-concept that turns the body’s surface into an interactive display. “It blends advances in biotechnology with traditional methods in tattoo artistry,” the scientists said, emphasizing that “this is a research project,” and there are no current plans to develop Dermal Aby...
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