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Recommended Reading: André 3000 chats 'Jimi: All Is by My Side'

Billy Steele
September 27, 2014
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Billboard Cover: Andre 3000 Talks Playing Jimi Hendrix, His Seven-Year Disappearing Act and Outkast's Future
by Lang Whitaker,
Billboard

It has been an eventful for year for André Benjamin. Perhaps better known as half of the hip-hop duo Outkast, Benjamin -- or André 3000 -- rejoined Big Boi on a globe-trotting festival tour this year for the pair's 20th anniversary performances. If that weren't enough, Jimi: All Is by My Side, the film where he stars as Jimi Hendrix, is set to hit theaters this weekend. The artist and actor opened up to Billboard on the role, life and rumored new album.

Ex-Employees Say Home Depot Left Data Vulnerable
by Julie Creswell and Nicole Perlroth, The New York Times

Last week, Home Depot revealed that details of 56 million customer credit cards were compromised in a massive data breach. That's even larger than Target's woes last year. As it turns out, the chain was easy game.

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The Evolution of Flying Lotus
by Joe Zadeh
, Noisey

If you don't immediately recognize the name Flying Lotus, you've likely heard some his work. The great-nephew of John Coltrane has a list of collaborators that includes the likes of Kendrick Lamar, Thom Yorke, Erykah Badu, Herbie Hancock and many more.

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Project Titan: A Brief History of a Game that Doesn't Exist
by Mike Foster, Joystiq

With the official word from Blizzard that its Titan MMO had been canceled coming this week, now's a good time to revisit Joystiq's piece from last year detailing the project.

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iPhone 6 Plus Camera Review: Iceland
by Austin Mann

Pro travel photographer Austin Mann trekked through Iceland for a few days to put the new iPhone camera features through their paces. Mann's findings were part of a feature for The Verge, but he further detailed the trip on his own website.

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