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Monument Valley 2 is finally coming to Android on November 6th / October 19, 2017

By Matthew Sholtz

About two months ago ustwo games put Monument Valley 2 up on the Play Store as a pre-registration title. Well, it would appear that they have finally settled on a release date for Android, the 6th of November. So get ready people, because we are really close to finally being able to enjoy the sequel’s fresh escher-like puzzle gameplay on Android.

ustwo Games tweeted out an announcement early this morning that Monument Valley 2 is set to release on Android on Nov.

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Giveaway: Win a BrexLink Google Pixel (2016) battery case, or get 25% off with our code [US only] /

By Ryne Hager

The Pixel 2 reviews might be up, but Google’s original 2016 Pixel is still a capable device. It’s not as if the old one has gone bad just because a new model has arrived. But, if you’ve been using your OG 5″ Pixel to its utmost, your battery might not be what it once was. Thankfully,BrexLink’s Pixel battery case can give you a big bump in capacity, and the 15 lucky winners of this giveaway will get one for free.

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Authy adds fingerprint support for app protection in latest beta /

By Ryan Whitwam

The internet is a dangerous place, and two-factor authentication (2FA) is one of the best ways to keep your accounts secure. It’s a real pain to manage, though. Authy makes 2FA slightly less annoying, and it’s getting a long-awaited feature today in the beta. You can now secure the app with a fingerprint.

Authy is a handy way to manage your 2FA codes because it syncs between devices. The tokens are backed up in the cloud, but they’re encrypted.

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Ask The Expert: Exploring Cannabis Laboratory Accreditation Part 2 /

By Aaron Biros

In the first part of this series, Michelle Bradac, senior accreditation officer at the American Association for Laboratory Accreditation (A2LA), told us about the basics of laboratory accreditation, what it means and why it is such a cornerstone of product safety. In this next piece, we sit down with Roger Brauninger, A2LA Biosafety Program manager, to learn why states are looking to lab accreditation in their regulations for the cannabis industry.

Brauninger has worked at A2LA since 1999. As the manager of their biosafety program, his focus is on developing and maintaining accreditation programs in the life sciences. Brauninger has conducted a number of management system assessments to ISO/IEC 17025 and 17020 and also evaluates other assessors in this role.

Roger Brauninger, A2LA biosafety program manager

He is A2LA’s point person for interacting with organizations working with food and drug safety, human and animal anti-doping, biological and chemical threat agents and since 2014 for issues related to cannabis testing. He is a member of the ASTM D37 Cannabis committee, a group focused on creating standards for cannabis products. He was also a member of the stakeholder panel on strategic food analytical methods (SPSFAM) cannabis potency working group when they were awarded the Official Methods Board (OMB) award for achievement in technical and scientific excellence at the AOAC’s Annual Meeting and Exposition in Atlanta, GA. Brauninger holds an M.S. degree in Cellular, Microbial and Molecular Biology from George Mason University and is a member of the Society for Toxicology, AOAC International and the International Association for Food Protection (IAFP).

In this part of the series, we sit down with Brauninger to learn specific requirements in states, some of the benefits of using ISO/IEC 17025 and the influx of start-up or novice testing laboratories. Stay tuned for part three.

CannabisIndustryJournal: Do all states with legalized medical cannabis require the testing to be performed by an ISO/IEC 17025 accredited laboratory?

Roger Brauninger: No not at present, while most of the states where cannabis is legal do require accreditation; there are some states that have no requirements dealing with ensuring the competence of the testing laboratories, some that require the labs to be accredited to state environmental and drinking water standards, some that require laboratories adhere to Good Laboratory Practices (GLP) requirements and some have no requirements in place currently. Now, there are roughly 13 states that require or recommend accreditation of the testing laboratory to ISO/IEC 17025.

CIJ: If and when cannabis use is accepted federally, how is ISO/IEC 17025 accreditation of testing laboratories beneficial?

Roger: The accreditation process provides a uniform platform to allow for comparability of test results between states. This would also allow for these laboratories to benefit by being able to expand their customer base, if state borders were not an artificially imposed barrier to trade. This could also help to raise the quality of the testing services by allowing for greater participation in realistic accredited proficiency testing programs, which can create greater comparability of …read more



[Update: OmniROM too] LineageOS beats Google to the punch, fixes 'KRACK' WPA2 vulnerability in Android /

By Corbin Davenport

Yesterday, security researchers published a paper on ‘KRACK,’ a security vulnerability in the WPA2 Wi-Fi protocol. I won’t re-explain how it works here (click the above link if you want to learn more), but almost every modern operating system and device that can connect to Wi-Fi is affected.

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New Matthew McConaughey Movie Will Have Weed Smell-O-Vision /

By Ab Hanna

The post New Matthew McConaughey Movie Will Have Weed Smell-O-Vision appeared first on High Times.

By now, you’ve seen or heard of 3D movies. You wear glasses that make you feel like you’re a part of the film. Well, select theaters will be taking things a step further, allowing you to smell what’s going on. That’s right—the new Matthew McConaughey movie will have weed smell-o-vision.

Matthew McConaughey Smoking Weed

Matthew McConaughey is returning to his roots. He took on a new role in a stoner comedy flick.

Matthew got his start when he perfectly fit the role of a young stoner. His first major role came after his audition for Dazed & Confused. He plays a mean stoner, but has he ever been caught smoking weed off-screen?

The American actor has a history of smoking cannabis and playing the bongo drums. In fact, he was arrested in 1999 for doing exactly that… naked.

“What’s wrong with beating on your drums in your birthday suit?” the 47-year-old actor asked Playboy. “I have no regrets about the way I got there.”

Since McConaughey was arrested for possession of marijuana, we’re guessing weed had something to do with how he got there.

He has no shame or regrets in regard to his past.

In fact, he claimed the only lesson he learned from the experience was to “shut the window that has the beautiful scent of jasmine blowing in because it’s two in the morning and you might wake a neighbor.”

Snoop Dogg and Matthew McConaughey’s New Cannabis Comedy

Snoop Dogg and Matthew McConaughey’s new cannabis comedy called The Beach Bum will be the first of it’s kind.

In fact, the director, Harmony Korine, intends for audiences to experience the movie with live bongo drum rolls and puffs of marijuana smoke. Hopefully, the audience isn’t inspired to strip down to their birthday suits like McConaughey did in 1999.

There aren’t many details available about the movie, other than the fact that the plot revolves around cannabis consumers. Deadline reports that McConaughey’s character will be named Moondog, “a rebellious charmer in this fast-paced, uplifting and irreverent comedy.”

If you get to see the movie in one of the select theatres that will have weed smell-o-vision you can leave the incense and body spray at home. Smelling dank shouldn’t be a big deal when your theater will smell the same.

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Warner Bros. has released 'Game of Thrones: Conquest' worldwide and fans aren't happy /

By Matthew Sholtz

Game of Thrones: Conquest has been launched worldwide as of today. But before you get your hopes up, it is clear that this is a Game of War clone with a Game of Thrones skin. With such a high profile property, it is a real head-scratcher as to why Warner Bros. squandered such a worthwhile opportunity to bring something fresh and new to the mobile gaming scene.

Usually, Warner Bros. is pretty good about their tie-in games, as they are often released for free and lack any in-app purchases or advertisements.

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What's the best power and volume button placement on a phone? /

By Daniel Bader

Where do you prefer your phone’s power and volume buttons to be placed?

Has this ever happened to you: you upgrade phones only to spend the next few days pitifully jabbing your finger at a spot the old power button used to be? The proposition sounds like the beginning of a terrible late-night infomercial, but it’s something I’ve been thinking about over the past few days: where do I prefer my phone’s power and volume buttons?

The last four phones I’ve tested, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, LG V30, Sony Xperia XZ1, and Google Pixel 2 XL, all have different placements for their power and volume buttons, and I can’t decide which one I prefer the most (or least, I guess).

The Galaxy Note 8 separates the power and volume buttons, putting the former on the right and the latter on the left. To me, this is the obvious solution, as the delineation is unambiguous — regardless of orientation, or whether the phone is in my pocket, I can change the volume without looking at the phone.

The Xperia XZ1 puts the volume rocker above the power key, which is centered on the right side of the phone. This is my second favorite placement, as I tend to hold the phone near the bottom, so it’s easy to turn on and off the phone (and in Sony’s case, hit the fingerprint sensor at the same time) without drastically shifting my hand.

It also helps when the handset itself isn’t gigantic.

The LG V30 puts the power button on the back, embedded in the fingerprint sensor. This makes sense when combined with the company’s on-screen gestures — when flat on a table, you can just double tap anywhere on the screen to turn it on, and double-tap the notification area to turn it off at any time.

The volume buttons lie on the left side of the chassis, which can be a bit disorienting, but it’s not really a big deal.

The Pixel 2 XL’s combination — power button on top of the volume on the right side — is my least favorite of all of them. (Actually, that’s not true — power button on the left side of the phone, as per the Alcatel Idol 3 and 4 series, is an abomination and should not even be considered here.)

As phones get bigger, it makes sense to keep the power key as close to where the thumb naturally rests while holding the device, but the Pixel 2 XL forces you to shift upwards to hit it. I don’t care how good that orange button looks (and my goodness does it look great!), it’s still a poor …read more



OUKITEL's K8000 is its most durable big-battery smartphone yet [Sponsored Post] /

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Most manufacturers only seem to think we want a day or two of use from a phone before the battery dies. 3,000-4,000mAh is what we’ve come to expect, and we’ve told ourselves that a day of use is good enough. We leave the charger by the bedstand and resign ourselves to the daily cycle of charge, use, die, repeat.

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Will Florida’s Attorney General Become Trump’s Drug Czar? /

By Mike Adams

The post Will Florida’s Attorney General Become Trump’s Drug Czar? appeared first on High Times.

Now that Pennsylvania Representative Tom Marino has officially withdrawn his name for consideration for drug czar of the United States, there is a lot of talk around the political water cooler about who could be next in line for a nomination. And it seems there’s one question that everyone is asking: Will Florida’s attorney general become Trump’s drug czar?

Pam Bondi—The Next Logical Choice?

Reports from both the Sunshine State News and Florida Politics suggest that Pam Bondi is the next logical selection for director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) due to her present connection with Trump as part of his Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis. Bondi was appointed to the panel, earlier this year.

But, according to Bondi, it might not be necessary for the president to get serious about filling the drug czar role.

On Tuesday, the former Tampa prosecutor told reporters in Tallahassee that she wasn’t convinced that the position was integral in the fight to keep national drug policy on the straight and narrow.

She said that the U.S DEA and other offices dedicated to drug control were already  “doing great,” giving some indication that additional guidance was not necessary.

“I don’t know,” she said. “I’m in D.C. a lot. I can tell you the DEA is doing great, all the executive offices are doing great… everybody works well together. Whether that exact position is needed? I don’t know.”

There are some who believe that Bondi would be perfect for the job because she has been combating drug issues in the Sunshine State for several years.

Bondi, who has resided in her current post since 2010, is largely responsible for pushing policies that require harsher penalties for physicians who abuse their prescription pads.

After the height of the state’s pill mill problem, in which doctors were slinging massive amounts of oxycodone and other dangerous opioids out of the very clinics they owned, Bondi claimed that her office, with the help of law enforcement, had shut down almost a hundred of the leading “oxycodone-dispensing doctors in this country.”

However, some of the latest statistics show that Bondi’s tough-on-crime approach did nothing to solve the problem, only change its shape and give it a new name.

Now, everyone in Florida who used to pop pills seems to have graduated to heroin.

The state has seen a 1,250 percent increase in heroin-related deaths since the pill mill crackdown of 2010. This type of policy, which would undoubtedly be supported by Trump and his attorney general, Jeff Sessions, could be devastating at the nation level.

Why Trump’s Drug Czar Pick Is So Important

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