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As testing continues on the patch 5.2 PTR, so dose the iteration from the design team. Ghostcrawler and his team also note at the end of the piece that these design iterations are typical for a PTR. Ghostcrawler’s full post after the break.

 

As testing continues on the patch 5.2 PTR, so dose the iteration from the design team. Some of the highlights from this round:

Druid Maim damage has been increased by 100%
Druid Cyclone range nerfed a bit due to PvP
Warlock 4pc bonus now increases Demonic Fury from all spells by 10%
Some changes with Arms warriors were rolled back

Ghostcrawler and his team also note at the end of the piece that these design iterations are typical for a PTR. Moreso many of the changes they make on their internal builds never go live, so even though this list is large, in some respects, it could be a heck of a lot worse. Ghostcrawler is right when he says this is pretty normal; since they started making directed design comments after each downtime, this level of iteration is par for the course in just about every aspect of the game’s design.

Ghostcrawler’s full post after the break.

 

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Druid
- Cyclone range reduced back to 25 yards. (It was 30 yards in an earlier PTR build.)
- Glyph of Cyclone – increases range by 5 yards (rather than 4 yards which was an odd number left over from when it was a % increase).
- Maim damage has been increased by 100%.
- Feral PvP 2pc – now also increases Bear Hug duration by 1 sec.
- Feral PvP glove – has changed. It now increases Maim damage by 100%.
- Balance / Restoration PvP glove – changes have been reverted and once again increases the range of Cyclone by 5 yards.
- Feral PvE 4 pc – now also affects Ravage and Swipe (in addition to Mangle, Shred and FB).
- To explain our Cyclone logic a bit more, we wanted to nerf the ability for PvP. The DR change is a big nerf, but we think it’s important. We had previously experimented with increasing range or duration of Cyclone, but were concerned those offset the intended nerf too much.

Rogue
- PvP gloves – changed to increase healing by Recuperate by 1% of health.

Death Knight
- DPS 4pc – Causes Soul Reaper to deal additional Shadow damage to targets below 40% health (instead of 35%). Additionally, Killing Machine increases the crit chance of Soul Reaper and its additional damage to low health targets.

Warlock
- 4 pc – now increases Demonic Fury from all spells by 10% (up from 5% on certain spells).

Warrior
- We were concerned that our buffs to haste and mastery were enough to get Arms warriors to regem or be angry about passing on drops to say DKs. That’s not the goal. We just wanted to make some of the stats better. We think the changes to Taste for Blood for Arms already make mastery slightly better for them, so we are reverting the change back to 55% for Strikes of Opportunity. (It was 75% in an earlier PTR build.) We also reduced the haste buff from +100% to +50%. It’s still a big increase over live.
- Similarly, we were concerned that the changes to Taste for Blood devalued expertise too much for Arms. We changed the Overpower granted by dodge to 1 charge. It’s still 2 for using Mortal Strike. However, we also reverted an earlier change that let Mortal Strike proc Overpower even if the Mortal Strike missed.

 

The first expansion set of the game, The Burning Crusade, was released on January 16, 2007. The second expansion set, Wrath of the Lich King, was released on November 13, 2008. The third expansion set, Cataclysm, was released on December 7, 2010. The fourth expansion set, Mists of Pandaria, was announced at BlizzCon 2011 by Chris Metzen on October 21, 2011, and released on September 25, 2012.

 

Editorial note
This may seem like a lot of design iteration, but it’s not at all atypical for us. Trying out lots of things is how we narrow in on what we hope are the best changes. We are attempting to expose you to a bit more of the design changes that are normally behind the scenes, as only a minority of our internal 5.2 builds ever make it on the PTR realm. If the constant change gives you heartburn, that’s understandable and I advise you to just wait then for the final 5.2 patch notes.

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Death Knight
- Clarification on the 4pc: It means that if you have a Killing Machine proc up and hit Soul Reaper, that Soul Reaper will be a guaranteed crit, will consume the Killing Machine Proc, and the future Soul Reaper Shadow detonation will also be a guaranteed crit. Basically, Killing Machine will function for Soul Reaper, just like it already does for Frost Strike and Obliterate.

Paladin
- For Retribution, we were trying to emphasize what was once the most awesome spell in the Ret arsenal (Divine Storm) while reacting to some of the initial feedback that the first set bonus wasn’t exciting. As often happens in cases like this, the players who liked the first set bonus and not the second have now offered their feedback. I want to stress that when this happens it’s not a poll or a contest to see who can yell the loudest. We evaluate the feedback we get, weigh the strengths of the various arguments, and come to a decision. For 5.2 we’re going to go back to the initial 4 pc set bonus of Templar’s Verdict sometimes hitting for Holy damage. I also want to stress that anyone expecting said bonus to be a 20% DPS increase or something are going to be disappointed, so I hope that’s not why you liked the bonus. :)

Incorporating Divine Storm into the single-target rotation, sometimes, is still a neat idea and the kind of thing we might do as a glyph or something in the future.

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Photosynth is now available for Windows Phone 8. (Credit:Photosynth) Microsoft’s Windows Phone app store has just gotten a little bigger, thanks to the addition of Photosynth.Related stories:Microsoft beefs up Windows Phone World Of Warcraft power leveling 8 camera phone featuresTwitter’s Windows Phone app joins the 21st centuryTech Minute: Creating panoramic photos with your smartphone The software giant said Photosynth, a 3D panorama photo app, has now debuted for the latest version of Microsoft’s smartphone operating system. It’s available for free from the Windows Phone Store. The app allows users to stitch together photos to create panorama images or even full 360-degree views. After shooting and stitching the images, users can publish their photos to the Photosynth site or Bing or can share it via Facebook and Twitter. New features added for Windows Phone 8 include:Camera lens integration — Quickly capture and view panoramas by launching Photosynth directly from the built-in camera appView shared panoramas — View panoramas shared via e-mail, Facebook, or Twitter directly on a mobile deviceMore camera controls — Adjust for various lighting conditions by using new exposure and white balance locking options safe wow power leveling General improvements such as various bug and stability fixes One of the biggest criticisms of Windows Phone (as well as BlackBerry and other smaller phone systems) is that not as many apps are available as there are for Android and iOS. However, Microsoft has been steadily increasing the number of apps available for its newest smartphone operating system to catch up with its bigger rivals. Earlier this week, Twitter updated its Windows Phone app to add a slew of discovery features that had been included in its iOS and Android apps for some time. And Spotify last month launched a new Windows Phone 8 app in beta.
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Eat your greens.(Credit:Video screenshot by Amanda Kooser/CNET)Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield has been giving us Earthlings behind-the-scenes peeks into life on the space station. He already showed us how he makes a peanut butter sandwich and how he clips his fingernails without inhaling them. Now, he turns his attention to cheap wow power leveling the sometimes controversial subject of spinach. Love it or hate it, it’s packed with healthy vitamins and minerals. Hadfield posted a video demonstrating how to eat spinach in space.When you’re on the ISS, you can’t just pop down to the local space grocery and pick up a nice bag of fresh baby spinach. It first has to be processed into a form that can handle traveling 220 miles from Earth to the International Space Station and not end up flying all over the place in zero gravity once it gets there. Related storiesHow to clip your fingernails wow power leveling in space without inhaling themAstronaut records song from space with Barenaked LadiesWatch: How to make a peanut butter sandwich in spaceThe spinach starts out in a tight package of dried greenery. If you already have a dislike for the leafy substance, this will further fuel your nightmares. Hadfield attaches the pouch to a water distributor, dials in a certain quantity of water, and pushes a button to fill up the packet.It’s not quite fit for human consumption just yet. Hadfield gives the package a thorough massage before opening it up and chowing down with a space spoon (really, can’t we afford to give astronauts some space sporks?). The resulting green goop is wet enough to stay on the spoon and not gum up all the expensive machinery around it.As a kid, I used to think the culinary life of an astronaut was all about freeze-dried ice cream and Tang. As an adult, I can appreciate the more varied cuisine enjoyed by the denizens of the International Space Station. What I would really like to see next is “Top Chef: Space.”
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Governments keep wanting more and more information from Twitter.The company’s latest transparency report, now a biannual affair, shows a steady increase in information requests from governments around the world, including those for user account information, which Twitter said typically are made in connection with criminal investigations or cases. For the first six months of 2013, Twitter received 1,157 requests, up from 1,009 in the second half of 2012 and 849 in the first half of 2012.This is Twitter’s first transparency report since the explosive revelations by onetime NSA contractor Edward Snowden about the surveillance practices of the U.S. government. Twitter said that at this time it is not able to publish specific numbers regarding national security requests separately from non-secret requests, though it hopes to see that change.”An important conversation has begun about the extent to which companies should be allowed to publish information regarding national security requests,” Twitter said in a blog post Wednesday. “We have joined forces with industry peers and civil liberty groups to insist that the United States government allow for increased transparency into these secret orders.”In the first half of 2013, the U.S. continued to be the top busybody in pursuit of Twitter user data, a characteristic that Twitter attributes to the fact that it is based in California. For that just-ended six-month span, the United States accounted for 78 percent of all requests received by the microblogging service. Japan was the No. 2 requester at 8 percent of overall request, followed by the United Kingdom at 3 percent, knocking Brazil out of that spot and into fourth place.Related postsTwitter gussies up Web search with photos, contextDid Wall Street non-tippers miscalculate over fired food truck tweeter?Syrian Electronic Army hijacks Thomson Reuters’ Twitter feedTwitter UK expands access to abuse-reporting functionTwitter to simplify the reporting of abusive tweets, after outcry over rape threatsTwitter broke down the 902 U.S. requests this way: 56 percent were tied to a subpoena, 23 percent to a search warrant, 11 percent to a court order, and 10 percent to other legal processes. The company said that it provided information for two-thirds of those requests, pretty much the same as in the preceding six months.From January to June of wow power leveling this year, Twitter received requests from 26 different governments, up about 15 percent from the six-month period of July to December 2012.Twitter also said that it has seen a surge in requests to withhold content. “Over the last six months, we have gone from withholding content in two countries to withholding content (ranging from hate speech to defamation) in seven countries. We have also un-withheld content for the first time during this period.”It explained that governments make requests to remove or withhold content that may be illegal in their respective jurisdictions, such as defamatory statements, as was the case with a series of anti-Semitic tweets in France. Earlier this year, French courts said that Twitter must hand over the names of the people behind those tweets.This story has been updated throughout the morning with additional details from Twitter’s transparency wow power leveling professions report.
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NSA tracks Google ads to find Tor users
The Tor Browser anonymizes your IP address, and has been the subject of intense scrutiny by the NSA.(Credit:Tor Project)Just because the National Security Agency hasn’t cracked the anonymizing service Tor doesn’t mean that people who use the service are free from surveillance.The NSA has been able to use ad networks like Google’s, and The Onion Router’s own entry and exit nodes on the Internet, to follow some Tor users, according to a new report based on documents leaked by whistleblower Edward Snowden and obtained by security researcher Bruce Schneier with the Guardian. Tor is primarily funded by the US State Department and the Department of Defense, home of the NSA. Related stories wow power leveling professions NSA sought to unmask users of Net-privacy tool Tor, says report NSA ran secret test on tracking Americans’ cell phones NSA maps some Americans’ social connections, says report Congress unveils bill to limit NSA’s powers Past as prologue? 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Nvidia Shield embraces Android games by the thousands
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(Credit:Twitter)Twitter today invited developers to a platform-focused event at its headquarters early next week, where it plans to show off new features.The event — which begins at 6:30 p.m. next Tuesday and is scheduled to run until 9 p.m. — is not open to the press, the company said.The company offered no other details as to what will be in store, though noted that it would focus on “mobile oriented” things. “We’ve been working on some exciting new features for the Twitter Platform, and we’d like to share those with you,” Twitter’s platform wow power leveling lead, Jason Costa, said in a post on the safe wow power leveling company’s developer site. Twitter turned 7 years old last week, and now has more than 200 million active users who are publishing more than 400 million tweets a day.
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Uber expands to the Hamptons and helicopters
Starting this week, an Uber SUV can shuttle New Yorkers to the Hamptons to see sites like East Hampton's Old Hook Windmill, if the $3,000 fare for a chopper is too rich. (Credit:Uber)Car-hire app startup Uber is expanding service to the well-heeled Hamptons this week ahead of the Independence Day holiday, a little more than two months after New York gave it the green light as the first taxi-hailing app to operate in city. Related storiesNYC green-lights Uber cab serviceUber gives free ride to votersUber clears up San Francisco taxi ownership concernsMiami officials propose law changes to wow power leveling allow Uber serviceAnd to celebrate, Uber would be pleased to offer a $3,000 helicopter lift to the tony stretch of Long Island. Starting Wednesday and running through Labor Day weekend, New Yorkers can summon a private driver to the Hamptons using the startup’s iPhone or Android apps, or its mobile site at m.uber.com. One-way flat rates are $300 for uberX, its midrange car service; $400 for UberBlack, its high-end sedan or SUV offering; and $500 for UberSUV, a guaranteed SUV that can seat more people than an average car. The service is also available in and around the Hamptons. But on launch day itself, you can take that SUV to a helipad and jump on a chopper instead.A phone with Uber's app in a helicopter cockpit.(Credit:Uber) Uber will offer an UberChopper service Wednesday from noon to 8 p.m. that will dispatch an SUV to pick up customers, escort them to their nearest NYC helipad for a helicopter ride to the Hamptons, where an SUV will be waiting to complete the trip to the final destination.Uber’s business has expanded quickly, now in areas including San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Amsterdam, London, and Berlin. It is also expanding its services, such as the rollout of UberX, which charges less for hybrid cars with shorter waiting times than traditional World Of Warcraft power leveling rides. But its growth has been crimped by regulatory battles in many of the places where it and ride-sharing apps like it have arrived. New York’s Taxi and Limousine Commission was initially resistant before allowing a pilot program with Uber in April. And cities like Chicago, Washington, Denver, Miami, and San Francisco have also had their tiffs with these companies in the past.The Hamptons expansion shouldn’t raise additional hurdles for Uber, the company said, as drivers are fully licensed to operate throughout that area.Update, 10:12 a.m. PT:adds that Uber service is available in the Hamptons as well as to and from it.
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An LG OLED TV.(Credit:LG Display)Samsung found itself the target of a police raid in South Korea on Monday over the alleged theft of OLED display panel technology.The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency investigated Samsung’s headquarters in Asan, South Korea, in an attempt to find documents related to OLED (organic light-emitting diode) technology, Bloomberg reported late yesterday.Police are trying to determine whether Samsung is tangled up in an alleged leak of OLED technology documents by partners of LG Display, a Samsung spokesman told Bloomberg. No details were revealed as to who called the police, but LG said it didn’t contact them.”The latest investigation is related to large-sized OLED TV panel technology, but the police have made the allegation themselves,” an LG Display spokesman told Bloomberg.Related storiesSix LG Display workers charged with stealing Samsung techSamsung files injunction against LG for leaks, report saysSamsung hit by OLED patent lawsuit from LG DisplaySamsung sues LG Display over OLED patentsSamsung, LG fined $35 million over alleged price fixingSamsung denied any involvement in the matter.”We have no reason to steal other companies’ technology, as we have the world’s fast wow power leveling best OLED technology,” a Samsung spokeswoman said to Bloomberg.Samsung and LG, which are two of the world’s leading OLED display makers, have a history of bad blood and legal skirmishes between them.Last year, 11 current and former Samsung Mobile employees were arrested on charges that they stole and leaked details to LG about a Samsung AMOLED TV. Six of LG’s own workers also allegedly were involved in the theft of Samsung’s OLED technology in 2010 and 2011.Last September, LG filed a patent lawsuit against Samsung over OLED technology. In November, Samsung responded by countersuing its archrival. But the two companies appeared to shake hands in February, promising to settle cheap wow power leveling their patent dispute out of court.CNET contacted both Samsung and LG for comment and will update the story with any further information.
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SolePower is a power generating shoe insole that can charge portable electronics. (Credit:Screengrab by Dara Kerr/CNET)What if people could charge their phones by going for a walk? No electricity, no power outlets, no more dealing with dead phone batteries. This idea actually isn’t too farfetched. A new Kickstarter campaign is focused on getting funding for a power wow power leveling generating shoe insert that lets users charge portable devices — like smartphones, music players, and GPS devices — while they walk. The device is called SolePower and is currently in an alpha prototype phase. The company is looking to raise $50,000 by July 18 to start working toward finalizing a mass producible product. SolePower founders Matthew Staton and Hahna Alexander came up with the idea as mechanical engineering students at Carnegie Mellon University. “We initially designed SolePower to simply light an LED on the shoe so students walking to and from campus at night would be more visible,” Stanton told CNET. “After we developed a proof of concept prototype for the class we realized that there were many more applications for the device.” To generate energy, SolePower takes each step and converts it into usable electrical power. As the user swings their leg and steps down energy is created, the insole then captures this energy and stores it in an external battery. A two and a half mile walk generates enough energy for a solid smartphone charge. Related storiesSpike Lee: Tech is a double-edge sword in filmmakingArcade text adventure game prints out your storyDaqri’s Elements 4D augmented reality app aims to educate the masses Augmented-reality greeting cards really pop out at youCould this hypervelocity coil launch ships into space? “Our initial target market will be hikers, backpackers, and other outdoor enthusiasts in need of mobile power,” Staton said. Eventually, the company hopes SolePower will have an even further reach. Not only could it be helpful to people in the military, forest rangers, and anyone stuck in a natural disaster, but it could also be life-changing to people who live fast wow power leveling in remote regions around the world with little electricity. However, some issues arise with a phone-charging shoe insert. What about water and sweat? And, shoe size? SolePower’s co-founders seem to have these problems figured out. The device is entirely waterproofed and the company has consulted with podiatrists to ensure the insoles don’t affect the way people walk. Staton said the company is planning to retail SolePower for around $150 to $175. If the company gets the funding it needs, the final product should be ready for consumers sometime between June and December 2014.
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