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Lady Gaga Buys $23 Million Malibu Mansion With A Batcave--Yeah, You Read That Right! By Clip Syndicate To the Batcave, Little Monsters! Lady Gaga has dropped a cool $23 million on a Malibu mega-mansion fit for Mother Monster herself. The home features a massive 800-bottle wine cellar, home theater, saltwater swimming pool and, oh yes, a subterranean "batcave." The batcave can be accessed through a, well, not-so-secret passageway in the living room—and in reality, the "cave" is a tricked-out recreational space with a 1960s-style bowling alley and basketball free-throw machines. ...Read More »
Alabama-Texas A&M Part III Lacks Hype Not Appeal By Clip Syndicate No team has given Alabama's stout defenses more fits than Texas A&M lately. The matchups have produced memorable, down-to-the-wire games the past two seasons, and even a shootout. Yes, involving Alabama. The 21st-ranked Aggies' visit to the seventh-ranked Crimson Tide on Saturday still presents an appealing matchup of high-powered offense against stingy defense, even with 'Bama nemesis Johnny Manziel now in the NFL. ...Read More »
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera Shootout Versus IPhone 6 Plus, LG G3 By Clip Syndicate The battle of the phablet phones begins with a test of their built-in cameras that come equipped with optical image stabilization. Which phone takes the best shot? Samsung's latest Galaxy Note 4 sports a new design, but it sticks with a well-tested formula that has defined the phablet range of smartphones since its debut three years ago. Packing a Quad HD Super AMOLED display -- that's a super-sharp resolution of 2,560x1,440 pixels -- and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, the Note 4 is the most advanced smartphone from Samsung yet. Like the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Note 4 shares some of the same features -- and more importantly for this article, a 16-megapixel rear-shooter that comes with optical image stabilization. Like the S5, it features magic focus -- the ability to choose a focal point as well as handy feature that lets you take a selfie with the rear camera.

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Netflix Stock Falls 25% After Missing Subscriber Growth Numbers By Clip Syndicate Netflix's rough day just got even worse. The company revealed that it missed its own subscriber forecast for the September quarter, adding fewer than one million new members domestically. It ended the quarter with 37.2 million domestic subscribers. The news helped send Netflix stock down by more than 20% in after hours trading Wednesday, effectively shaving $100 off the stock price. Netflix reported earnings of $0.96 per share for the third quarter, beating estimates for earnings of $0.91. However, its revenue of $1.22 billion fell short of the $1.41 billion that analysts had expected.

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Smart Remote App Peel Raises $50M From Alibaba To Expand Smart Home Offerings By Clip Syndicate Smart remote software maker Peel has closed an additional $50 million in funding, supplied by Alibaba, the e-commerce giant which recently made its public market debut in the U.S. The company’s new funding is a strategic investment separate from its existing $45 million raised across four rounds, with the most recent announced in June, and brings its total rase since its founding in 2009 to $95 million. ...Read More »
Apple TV Could Become A Home For HomeKit Smart Devices By Clip Syndicate Apple’s HomeKit is still in its earliest days, with the connected home framework technically shipping with iOS 8 but not offering up any consumer endpoints to explore just yet. The latest beta of the Apple TV operating software shows we could be nearing more visible HomeKit feature debuts, however, as it sets up the streaming set-top box to become a smart home hub, providing an overview of all your connected smart devices.

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Content Insider #359 - Video Ready By Miles Weston If you want to see an industry that is dramatic state of change look more than your screen - TV, iPhone, iPad or computer. We say iPhone, iPad because people with those devices seem to be the heavy web/online users according to a recent Adobe report (but your devices may vary). The iPeople represent more than 50 percent of the online traffic - watching, listening to entertainment; searching for stuff; cruising the social media/web and having a ball. But most households and individuals still use their new Smart UHD TV set for major viewing and the devices to fill in the gaps, check out everything they might be missing. The balance of power is finally shifting to the consumer and her voice is being heard...loud and clear. People are really taking advantage of Chris Anderson's Long Tail entertainment options. ...Read More »
Charlie Sheen -- Knife, Drug Allegations Are Lies ... By Unethical Dental Tech By Clip Syndicate Charlie's rep, Jeff Ballard, tells TMZ, Charlie Sheen admits he went crazy in a dentist's chair last week ... but insists he was not on drugs -- he had a horrible reaction to nitrous oxide ... and the technician who is making the allegation is just bitter because she was fired for violating the law.

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Comcast Accuses Rivals Of 'Extortion' Over Time Warner Cable Deal By Clip Syndicate Comcast has boldly accused competitors of attempting to extort business deals in return for silence concerning its $45 billion acquisition of Time Warner Cable. Comcast's accusation comes as part of an official comment, which spans more than 300 pages, filed to the Federal Communications Commission, the regulator that must approve its TWC deal. The FCC, which will eventually vote on whether to give the acquisition regulatory approval, solicits comments from individuals, companies and organizations as a part of its due diligence.

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Apple TV Update Brings Beats To Your TV By Clip Syndicate Apple quietly updated its Apple TV set-top box last week with fresh software that includes a new, more iOS 8-like design — and, for the first time, Beats Music. In June, Apple paid north of $3 billion dollars for Beats Audio, which includes the hardware earbud and headphone business as well as the still relatively new Beats Music subscription service. Since then, we haven’t seen or heard much from Beats founders and new Apple employees Dr. ...Read More »

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