Randy Rosso

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WATCH: Zlatan Ibrahimovic nets abnormal goal for Sweden in Euro 2016 qualifier

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has scored plenty of goals in his career but definitely few like this one above.<p>In Sweden’s 2-0 blanking of Moldova in a 2016 Euro …

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Comparison of a personalized parent voice smoke alarm with a conventional residential tone smoke alarm for awakening children. - PubMed

BACKGROUND:<p>Conventional residential tone smoke alarms fail to awaken the majority of children during slow wave sleep. With the objective of …

Béla Fleck on Twitter: "Halloween Octopus http://t.co/tgnPHD55f9"

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Steven Goff on Twitter: "Klinsmann's son wrote this then deleted: RT @jonklinsmann HHAHAHAHAHAHAH DONAVAN HAHAHAHAA I DIDNT EVEN NOTICE UNTIL PHONE NOTIFIED ME HAHA"

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Kroes: We Need Stronger Data Safeguards After Snowden’s ‘Wake-up Call’

European Commissioner Neelie Kroes has called for individuals and businesses to have more control and awareness of data privacy and security measures, referring to Edward Snowden’s revelations about wide scale NSA and GCHQ snooping as “a wake-up call”.<p>Kroes made the comments during a speech at …

Apple demos Nike+ Move alongside new M7 processor for enhanced fitness apps

At its keynote today, Apple announced the M7 "motion coprocessor," a key feature in the iPhone 5s, which measures the accelerometer, compass, and gyroscope continuously in the device. The processor identifies user movement and can tell apps if you're stationary, walking, or driving based on what …

'Super Fun Kid Time,' Website Created By 9-Year-Old, Ensures No Kid Will Ever Be Bored Again

If you heard the phrase "I'm bored!" once, twice, or 50 times this summer, 9-year-old Alexandra Jordan is here to help.<p>Jordan has created a website (with a little help from dad) that will help parents find play dates for their kids. The name, Super Fun Kid Time, explains it all.<p>The young …

New Otterbox Cases for iPhone 5s Will Work With Touch ID

Otterbox today sent out a press release announcing cases designed for the new iPhone 5s and 5c models, and specifically addressed the new Touch ID fingerprint sensor that will be built into the iPhone 5s.<p>Because the company's bulky Defender Series of cases are designed to offer full device …

Disney's Second Screen Live asks moviegoers to bring their iPad this time (video)

We all know the drill by now, and if you forget there's usually a warning: please turn your mobile devices off / silent, the movie is starting. For a special Second Screen Live showing of Disney's <i>The Little Mermaid</i> however, it's going to be different as moviegoers are encouraged to use their …

Password Protect Your Devices

Choosing not to password protect your devices is the digital equivalent of leaving your home or car unlocked. If you're lucky, no one will take advantage of the access. Or maybe the contents will be ravaged and your favorite speakers and/or secrets stolen.

iPhone 5S and 5C launch: Apple banks on fingertip scanner and colour

It used to be the ultimate crime scene clue. Now Apple has transformed the fingerprint into a key to unlock the wealth of personal information that is stored on the iPhone.<p>The company's new flagship 5S model, the more expensive of two 4G handsets unveiled at its headquarters on Tuesday night, goes …

Europe Lays Out Its Most Ambitious Reform Plan Yet: No More Roaming Premiums, Enforced Net Neutrality, And More

The European Commission has over the years been chipping away at how big carriers have milked European consumers in areas like international calling charges and broadband usage for certain content. Now, in a spirit of getting the region of 28 disparate nations to behave as one, the regulators have …

Proposed law would end TV blackouts, let viewers drop channels from cable packages

In the aftermath of a fee dispute that saw CBS(s cbs) vanish from millions of households with Time Warner Cable (s TWC) for 31 days, a U.S. House of …

Microsoft Office 365 for Nonprofits

Microsoft has launched Office 365 for Nonprofits, an initiative offering Microsoft Office for free to qualified not-for-profits and NGOs around the world.<p>The program constitutes part of Microsoft’s Technology for Good program, through which organizations can apply to receive free access to tools …

NFL made Robert Griffin III cover knee brace in Redskins loss

The league isn't playing around with the way it wants to appear as RG3 found out Monday.<p>The National Football League was keeping a very close eye on Washington Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III Monday night, and not for the reasons you might expect.<p><b>More</b>: Extended Redskins coverage at Hogs …

Egypt's footballers hold together improbable dream of World Cup unity

Egypt's national football team often plays to empty stadiums these days, under orders from the security forces. Some of the players don't get paid. And recently, many team members got stranded at Cairo's airport by the 7pm curfew.<p>In a time of revolution, even Egypt's beloved football stars have …

Lego machine removes DRM from Kindle e-books

Lego Mindstorms robots have been put to many good uses, such as solving Rubik's cubes and acting as a motorized wheelchair. Peter Purgathofer, an associate professor at the Vienna University of Technology, used Mindstorms to create a machine that automatically strips the DRM from Kindle e-books.<p>The …

Reasons (Not) to Release Data

Earlier this year, Sunlight was issued a challenge: Collect and refute the most common reasons <i>not</i> to release data.*<p>As many open access advocates, …

Why the Size of Your City's Middle Class Matters Even if You're Not In It

Sites of the Week: Instapaper, Publibrand, Desktime and more

As I know that everyone is always looking for good references of responsive websites, I selected some of them for you today, such as Desktime, …

NSA surveillance: how to stay secure | Bruce Schneier

NSA,Surveillance,World news,Data and computer security,Data protection,Technology,Internet,US news,The NSA files<p>The NSA has huge capabilities – and if it wants in to your computer, it's in. With that in mind, here are five ways to stay safe

NSA Review Board Now Accepting Public Comment On Policies NSA Won't Talk About

If you've got anything you'd like to say about the NSA's surveillance programs, now's your chance. The Office of the Director of National …

Civil Rights and Economic Mobility

<b>Posted:</b> September 5, 2013 | <b>Author:</b> Gene Steuerle | <b>Filed under:</b> Columns, Economic Growth and Productivity, Income and Wealth, Race, Ethnicity, and …

Apple testing iPhones with screens as big as 6 inches, report says

A 6-inch screen iPhone? It could happen.<p>Days ahead of the expected iPhone 5S announcement, the Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple is testing iPhone designs with screens larger than any it has had before.<p>The report says Apple is testing screens as small as 4.8 inches and as large as 6 …

How online advertisers could use your data against you

As a nonprofit news organization, what matters to us is the same thing that matters to you: being a source for trustworthy, independent news that makes people smarter about business and the economy. So if Marketplace has helped you understand the economy better, make more informed financial …

Why Today's Start-Ups Are Choosing Urban Lofts Over Suburban Office Parks

Jeff Bezos is a hit: Washington Post staff excited by new owner

Amazon CEO receives big applause following a meeting with the paper's staff<p>Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos stood before journalists from one of the country's most storied newspapers and told them their publication can't live in the past.<p>Bezos met late this afternoon with the staff of <i>The Washington Post</i> — the …

UCSF study shows gaming makes you cognitively younger (video)

A slew of negatives plague video games -- Peter Pan Syndrome, hyper-violence, camping -- but their youthfulness could do just what Nintendo's <i>Brain Age</i> promised: improve elderly brain function. Over four years, researchers at the University of California, San Francisco had a group play a custom game …