Monthly Archives: August 2013

Cassidy Wolf

Only months before California’s Cassidy Wolf was crowned Miss Teen USA 2013, she was a victim of a serious cybercrime that has triggered a federal investigation. Wolf, 19, who was selected as this year’s winner at Saturday night’s pageant at the Atlantis hotel in the Bahamas, hopes to spread awareness of the dangers of online crime during her upcoming one-year reign. “This all happened before I had a title,” Cassidy told “I was just a normal girl in high school. This next year I’m just so excited to be able to share my story and raise awareness in young teens about what can happen.” About four months ago, Wolf said she was notified through Facebook that someone had tried to log into her account from another state. She then received an anonymous e-mail from a stranger saying he was in possession of photos of her that were taken in her bedroom via the webcam on her computer after it was hacked.

Read the full story at Today.

Xbox One

Microsoft listed off a list of titles coming to Xbox One back at E3, but it’s Gamescom time, folks, and that means we get to find out about quite a few more games coming to the console. As of August 19, the list of Xbox One games has grown to 50, with titles that should appeal to almost any kind of gamer. Battlefield 4, Call of Duty: Ghosts, and FIFA 14 will be coming with exclusive Xbox content, joined by 19 other titles that are exclusive to Xbox or will be arriving first exclusively to Microsoft’s console. Joining exclusive we already knew about like Killer Instinct and Forza Motorsport 5, are Powerstar Golf, Sunset Overdrive and D4, among others. Naturally, there’s a whole host of other games coming to the One as well, but we’ll let you peruse the full list over at the source link, so head on down to see what gaming goodness awaits in your next-gen future.

Read the full story at Engadget.

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Genetic data can reveal risks of cancer and other illnesses, so why can’t it also tell if someone is prone to violent behavior? The Pittsburgh Post Gazette reports on the efforts of Jeremy Richman and Jennifer Hensel in starting The Avielle Foundation, which hopes to determine just that. The couple began the organization in remembrance of their daughter Avielle, who died in the Sandy Hook shooting — and they intend to fund research into biological triggers that could predict violent outbreaks before they happen. But some are skeptical of the research: though Richman and Hensel view it as a way to help people with aggressive behavior, no one’s certain of what would become of a person found to carry a dangerous trait for violence.