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Amid the news of Tesla unveiling its new Model D and Apple confirming the date of its next iPad event, you may have missed some of this week’s best new apps.

Luckily, each weekend, Mashable rounds up our favorite new and updated apps so you won’t miss out.

This week’s list includes a new look for StumbleUpon, an ephemeral messaging app from Microsoft and a revamped version of your emoji keyboard for iOS 8.

Check out the gallery, above, to see all the apps that made our list. If you’re looking for more, check out last week’s roundup of can’t-miss apps. Read more…

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After an unfortunate case of mistaken identity, an Alaskan couple was overcome with relief after discovering that their son was actually alive and well at his girlfriend’s home.

Karen and Jay Priest received a knock on their Palmer, Alaska, home at 3 a.m. on Thursday from a state trooper, who told them that their 29-year-old son Justin had died in a car crash, the Associated Press reports.

Juneau police mistake briefly leaves Palmer couple grieving son who hadn’t died http://bit.ly/1tPnsvH http://bit.ly/1tPnsvI

— Alaska Dispatch News (@adndotcom) October 10, 2014 Read more…

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Ryan Hoover was dancing with some friends at DNA Lounge in San Francisco last month when a stranger suddenly turned to him and asked, "Are you Ryan from Product Hunt?" A few weeks later, another person recognized him while he was working out at the gym.

"It’s been happening more than I would expect lately," Hoover says. "It makes me feel slightly more self-conscious and aware of what I’m doing."

Hoover may not be a household name for the general public, but he is a rising star in the tech community. His company Product Hunt is quickly changing the way new apps and tech products get discovered. VCs have used the site to pick their next investments, tech reporters turn to it for signals on apps to cover and founders flock to the service for feedback on products. All of that and Product Hunt hasn’t even celebrated its first anniversary yet Read more…

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This week, same-sex couples across the United States flocked to courthouses with hopes of securing marriage licenses and a place in history.

The Supreme Court refused to hear five states’ appeals of pending gay marriage cases on Monday, essentially clearing the way for same-sex marriages to take place in Indiana, Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia and Wisconsin. Those states began issuing marriage certificates earlier this week. The ruling has also affected marriage equality in Kansas, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Virginia, Colorado and Wyoming.

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The saying "you snooze, you lose" has never been more appropriate than to describe Nikon’s paltry mirrorless camera offerings

Mirrorless cameras are no longer experimental camera products. While Nikon was busy pumping out its millionth entry-level DSLR iteration, camera makers like Olympus, Sony and Panasonic have mounted a huge offensive against DSLRs with smaller, lighter and more affordable interchangeable-lens cameras

Their gamble paid off. Mirrorless cameras are flying off the shelves. Nikon’s been left playing catch-up with its 1 series of mirrorless cameras. Ten 1 series camera releases later, can Nikon finally bring the heat on with the 1 J4 camera? Not if it keeps sticking with the same camera system and strategy. Read more…

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Customs and health officials began taking the temperatures of passengers arriving at New York’s Kennedy International Airport from three West African countries on Saturday in a stepped-up screening effort meant to prevent the spread of the Ebola virus.

Federal health officials said the entry screenings, which will expand to four additional U.S. airports in the next week, add another layer of protection to halt the spread of a disease that has killed more than 4,000 people.

"Already there are 100% of the travelers leaving the three infected countries are being screened on exit. Sometimes multiple times temperatures are checked along that process," Dr. Martin Cetron, director of the Division of Global Migration and Quarantine for the federal Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, said at a briefing at Kennedy. Read more…

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The only thing more terrifying than ghosts and ghouls is a Halloween party with no hors d’oeuvres.

If you want your big monster mash to be hit, it’s not the music or the decorations that are really going to wow your guests — it’s the food. A big buffet of things that go bump in the night is exactly what you need to celebrate the scariest night of the year.

Just one taste of your spooky snacks and your guests will scream with delight, and these recipes are sure to do the trick

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What happens when you get a bunch of Deadpool cosplayers into a room together? A Deadpool dance party, of course.

We caught these costumed wise-crackers at this year’s New York Comic Con. Check out the video above for all the Deadpool you can handle, and visit our comprehensive cosplay gallery from the event for more characters.

BONUS: NYCC Red Carpet Coverage

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He survives on a diet of ramen and chips. He spends much of his time reading books and learning Russian. When he does leave his room, it’s with an awareness that he might very well be under surveillance.

Those are the details that have previously come out about Edward Snowden‘s life in Moscow during the past year or so. It paints the picture of a man living the life of a paranoid and lonely college student, but a new documentary offers a much rosier picture of the whistleblower’s time in Russia.

Citizenfour, a new film from journalist Laura Poitras, provides never-before-seen footage of Snowden’s life on the run after lifting a treasure trove of information from the National Security Agency last year. Among the revelations in the film is the fact that Snowden is now living with his girlfriend Lindsay Mills in Moscow Read more…

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Don’t be fooled by the astronomically high prices of Halloween costumes — there is a better way

Armed with only a package of balloons, a balloon pump and a little (OK, a lot) of patience, you’ll have all you need to make a one-of-a-kind costume.

For a costume that will truly pop your pals’ brains, take in a little inspiration from these buoyant costume creations.

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