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Finally, Drones That Deliver Beer

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We've seen tacocopters and burrito bombers, and though those will probably be real someday, neither is going to be really delivering anything any time soon. These beer drones, on the other hand, might actually be delivering real beer to real people.
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The Worst Mac Feature You Can't Turn Off

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Bluetooth is an incredible invention . iTunes is a mediocre media player. But if you use a Mac, you can't have one without the other. Any time you connect a Bluetooth Audio device, OS X opens iTunes.
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Inmate Walks Free After Emailing Release Instructions to Prison Staff

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An inmate who was in prison for multiple charges of fraud is apparently up to his old tricks. Posing as a senior court clerk, Neil Moore, 28, used an illicit mobile phone to email fake bail instructions to prison staff, who released him.
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Social Media Can Make Standardized Test Questions Go Viral

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When standardized tests are shared nationwide—as they now are, under the Common Core system that's been adopted in 46 states—cheating suddenly becomes a whole lot easier. Especially since teenagers now share just about everything on social media.
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John Lennon Tribute album

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NEW RELEASE...SPRING 2015 Ron Aprea pays tribute to John Lennon In 1974, Ron worked with John Lennon on his Walls and Bridges album.  Though John Lennon's life and artistry were taken from us in...
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EU plans competition inquiry into e-commerce sector

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Competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager to examine price differences between country-specific websites, which she say may be breaking the law Europe’s top competition watchdog has said that companies charging online shoppers higher prices for...
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SolarCity launches community microgrids with Tesla batteries

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SolarCity, well-known for rooftop solar systems, is expanding to so-called microgrids, larger power systems that can be tapped by communities when the power grid goes down.
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Is the universe finite or infinite?

Is the universe finite or infinite? | News we like | Scoop.it
Two possiblities exist: either the Universe is finite and has a size, or it's infinite and goes on forever. Both possibilities have mind-bending implications.
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Leave Facebook if you don't want to be snooped on, warns EU

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European Commission admits Safe Harbour framework cannot ensure privacy of EU citizens’ data when sent to the US by American internet firms The European Commission has warned EU citizens that they should close their Facebook accounts if they want...
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Google Cardboard, a VR gadget for the masses - Times of India

Google Cardboard, a VR gadget for the masses - Times of India | News we like | Scoop.it
Google Cardboard is a simple, effective and cheap way to get fantastic VR on the cheap, and easy enough for everyone to adopt it quickly.
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A $60 Gadget That Makes Car Hacking Far Easier - Wired

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Soon, it could take as little as $60 and a laptop to begin messing around with a car's digital innards.
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Tandem Solar Cell May Boost Electricity from Sunlight

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Pairing silicon with perovskites improves performance but challenges remain
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Message Board Scrabble Lets Everyone Play Whenever They Have Time

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One of the reasons Words With Friends became so popular on smartphones was because it let players take as much time as they needed between turns. There was no pressure from other players while everyone sat around a game board at a table.
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The best 3D printer is this Easy Cheese 3D printer

The best 3D printer is this Easy Cheese 3D printer | News we like | Scoop.it
I've seen the future and it's not 3D printing, it's 3D Easy Cheese printing.
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10 Of The Most Absurd Units Of Measurement On Earth

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Humans have a need to quantify things. And sometimes the usual measurements — feet, meters, grams — are not good enough. Or funny enough. Sometimes you need to express things in bananas, Helens, or cows.
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Turning Styrofoam Into Aluminum is Surprisingly Easy

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If you're looking for a fun, high-risk weekend project, look no further: Grant Thompson, the self-styled "King of Random", has decided to shared his method for transforming styrofoam into metal.
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Pin-Sized Book Reminds Us of Life's Little Pleasures

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If you're feeling down, this pin-sized book may be just the thing to cheer you up. Just don't put it in your pocket, or it'll be lost forever.
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North Korea's must-have gadget is a $50 media player - Engadget

North Korea's must-have gadget is a $50 media player - Engadget | News we like | Scoop.it
In North Korea, the gadget you'd probably want is a Notel. Or a Notetel, a word that attempts to shoehorn notebook and television together, describing a
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Smartphone domination pretty close to complete

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In case you haven't raised your head long enough to notice the throngs of people gazing hypnotically at their smartphones, the nation has passed a milestone.
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Retired Wolverhampton police chief investigates murders of the past

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He rose through the ranks to assistant chief constable and crossed paths with Ronnie Kray and Peter Sutcliffe.
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Three great modular gadget concepts other than Project Ara - ModularPhonesForum

Three great modular gadget concepts other than Project Ara - ModularPhonesForum | News we like | Scoop.it
DIY Player, Obento Note aka Bento Book, and Lifebook are smart modular concepts, which appeared several years before Project Ara.
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50+ Best Awesome Brewery Websites

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Brewery websites combine many styles, features and techniques known to web developers. Here are the best...
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How To Fly A Spaceship To The ISS: Orbital Mechanics And A Fancy Stick

How To Fly A Spaceship To The ISS: Orbital Mechanics And A Fancy Stick | News we like | Scoop.it
How do astronauts get from Earth to the International Space Station? Well, in a Soyuz spacecraft, of course. But do you know what kind of path the Soyuz takes to rendezvous with humanity's orbital outpost?
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Smartphone Use Appears to Change How Brains and Thumbs Interact

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Tapping a handheld device for emails and texts may lead to alterations in neurological activity
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These Sidewalk Games Only Appear When It Rains

These Sidewalk Games Only Appear When It Rains | News we like | Scoop.it
NeverWet is a water-repellent spray that can basically keep anything dry . It's cool, if not the most practical thing in the world. But apply it to a sidewalk, let it rain, and magical things start to happen.
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This Lost Map Changed How We Saw the World

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In 1815 William Smith drew a map of the United Kingdom which transformed the scientific landscape: It laid the foundations for modern geology, and identified natural resources which would beget the Industrial Revolution.
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