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Is This A BBQ Or A Worm Hole Generator?

Inspiration can strike at any time, and presumably the creator of this unique BBQ happened to be watching Contact while trying to come up with a new design. 101 more words

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'Keep Calm and Carry On': The Unlikely Success of a Failed Slogan

“Keep Calm and Carry On” is now one of the most recognizable slogans in British history. Its resilient message has become extraordinarily commonplace, with the phrase used to sell everything from mugs to flight bags and baby clothes. 90 more words

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You Can Now Access Gmail in 71 Languages

Google is adding 13 additional languages to Gmail, bringing its total language count to 71, the company announced on Monday.

Gmail — which now covers languages spoken by 94% of the world’s Internet population — can now be formatted to Afrikaans, Armenian, Azerbaijani (Azeri), Chinese (Hong Kong), French (Canada), Galician, Georgian, Khmer, Lao, Mongolian, Nepali, Sinhala and Zulu. 15 more words

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Anger Builds Over Facebook's Emotion-Manipulation Study

A recently published study that manipulated Facebook News Feeds has sparked outrage among users who are criticizing the ethics behind the experiment, which was conducted by Facebook and several universities. 86 more words

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You Can Now Chat Between iOS And Android Even Without Reception

FireChat, the elegant mesh networking app that lets you talk to you friends without an internet connection, just got even better. While you’ve been able to use the app on iOS and Android devices separately for months, a new version of the app lets you cross the platforms. 20 more words

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What to Expect at Google I/O

Google has a lot to do. Since its last developer conference, wearables have taken off, web-driven home automation became a real thing, in-car apps are taking shape, tablets have changed, and a full-on price war for cloud services has begun. 62 more words

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Apple Readying Production for Larger-Sized iPhones

Apple suppliers are reportedly gearing up to start production for its larger-sized iPhones next month, a new report suggests.

According to a Bloomberg report, sources familiar with the matter say production for Apple’s two larger smartphone devices — one with a 4.7-inch display (compared to the 4-inch iPhone 5S screen) and an even bigger 5.5-inch version — will begin in July. 15 more words

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