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Betty Helps One Man Propose To His Longtime Boyfriend During Concert
Bleach blonde Amazonian goddess Betty helped Steven Belec propose to his longtime partner Will Wemer last night LIVE during her concert at Brighton Music Hall in Boston! The singer set the scene performing her classic hit, Somebody Loves You, pulled Steven up on stage, and the rest is proposal history! Belec said the moment was a blur - and I knew that our moment was to occur during the bridge of Somebody Loves You.
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Oculus Announces New Prototype As It Prepares For Eventual Launch
Oculus VR took another step on the road to releasing virtual reality technology to the public, showing a new prototype with higher quality imagery and the promise to more fully immerse users in digital worlds. The company said it's developed a new prototype called Crescent Bay. The device, which Oculus said still isn't ready to be released to the wider public, has new display technology and integrated headphones. The move marks a critical step for Oculus, which Facebook agreed to purchase for $2 billion in March. During his keynote speech at the Oculus developers conference, Oculus CEO Brendan Iribe said, "We're really sprinting toward the consumer version."
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The Investments In A Wearables Future
People may debate when the wearable first came into being or what industries will be most impacted by the technology, but there is no debating that startup activity in the wearable space has accelerated. If Apple moving into a category is one sure sign of anything, it’s that. Between consumer interest and investor attention, the wearable category is exploding. Probably the best proxies for gauging consumer interest in startup wearable devices are crowdfunding sites. Of the 443 crowdfunded projects previously analyzed, 64 of them were what one would call a wearable device. If the data shows anything it shows that both consumer and investor interest in the wearable space is high and continues to grow.
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North Korea: American Wanted To Become Next Snowden
North Korean state media said on Saturday that an American recently sentenced to six years hard labor pretended to have secret U.S. information, and was deliberately arrested in a bid to become famous and meet U.S. missionary Kenneth Bae in a North Korean prison. Matthew Miller, 25, of Bakersfield, California, had prepared his story in advance and written in a notebook that he was seeking refuge after failing in an attempt to collect information about the U.S. government.
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Kim Kardashian Victim Of Celeb Hacking: Nude Photos Leaked
Kanye West is about to get really ticked off, because someone leaked what appears to be nude pictures of his wife Kim Kardashian onto the internet -- making her the latest victim in a string of celeb hacking incidents. The pics were uploaded to 4chan and Reddit--but because the latter company has taken a harsh stance on hacked photos, they were quickly removed from the site. Nude photos were also released by a hacker of what appears to be Vanessa Hudgens and Hope Solo.
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Taylor Swift, Usher, Chris Brown And Nick Jonas Bring The Love To Vegas For IHeartRadio’s Annual Music Festival
All eyes and ears were on Las Vegas last night as the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival kicked off its annual shindig in the desert. And naturally the big event brought out some even bigger stars, including a very dapper Nick Jonas alongside Taylor Swift and her super slim midriff.
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Turkish Hostages Freed, But Questions Linger
Turkish authorities say they have freed 49 hostages from one of the world's most ruthless militant groups without firing a shot, paying a ransom or offering a quid pro quo. But as the well-dressed men and women captured by the Islamic State group more than three months ago clasped their families Saturday on the tarmac of the Turkish capital's airport, experts had serious doubts about the government's story. The official explanation "sounds a bit too good to be true," said Sinan Ulgen, a former Turkish diplomat who chairs the Istanbul-based Centre for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies.
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Gillmor Gang: Slight Of Hand
The Gillmor Gang — Robert Scoble, Dan Farber, John Taschek, Keith Teare, and Steve Gillmor. The new big iPhone and its younger less bigger brother hit the streets, along with the iOS refresh that will link the shipping devices to a late October iPad update and next year’s iWatch. From the redwood forests to the upper West Side, to the early morning lines snaking through the streets, this phone was made for you and me and international export to China.
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Oculus Reveals Its New Developer Kit Crescent With Faster Frame Rate And 360 Degree Tracking
Oculus gave the world the first look at its new developer kit Crescent Bay today at Oculus’ Connect conference. Crescent Bay has a faster frame rate, 360 degree head tracking, and an integrated audio system. Plus it’s lighter. CEO Brendan Iribe called it as big of a step up from the DK2 as the DK2 was from the DK1. This still isn’t a consumer version, but it’s getting closer.
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U.S. Immigration Protesters Drop U.S. Border Blockade Plan
A plan by U.S. protesters against illegal immigration to block traffic at more than a dozen border crossings in the southwest on Saturday was canceled after organizers said they received online threats from Mexican drug cartels. But lead organizer Stasyi Barth posted a warning on the event's official website saying that a combination of violent threats and "suspicious activity" on the group's Facebook page prompted her to call off the action.