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Wearable Solar Clothing Fit For Charging : DNews

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A Dutch fashion designer helped develop a more stylish way to charge personal electronic devices when the sun is shining.
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Welcome to our big drawer. Here you'll find plenty of articles and tidbits we thought can be useful, with no specific language or preference.

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40 extensions totalement indispensables pour Chrome

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Dans ce dossier régulièrement mis à jour, Tom's Guide a fait son choix parmi les milliers d'extensions existantes pour le navigateur de Google et vous propose ses 40 extensions préférées, aussi diverses que variées, avec des add-ons connus et...
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Google+ Is Being Broken Into 'Photos' and 'Streams'

Google+ Is Being Broken Into 'Photos' and 'Streams' | News we like | Scoop.it
Google is splitting Google+ up. In a post on Google+ today, Bradley Horowitz, an existing Google VP of product, announced that he'd taken over responsibilities for the service, which will now be split into new services called Photos and Streams.
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10 Tricks To Make Yourself An Evernote Master

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Evernote is well-established as the go-to app for organising just about everything in your life. Whether it’s notes for a novel or bookmarks fro...
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INTERVIEW: The Tech interviews Leonard Nimoy - The Tech

INTERVIEW: The Tech interviews Leonard Nimoy - The Tech | News we like | Scoop.it
Over spring break I had the incredible opportunity to interview Leonard Nimoy. While he is perhaps best known for his role as Star Trek’s Mr. Spock, Mr. Nimoy is also a renowned and talented photographer.
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Free PDF Calendar Template for 2015

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I’m giving away free 2015 calendar templates as PDFs. Each year I produce a PDF calendar
The post Free PDF Calendar Template for 2015 appeared first on Web Design Blog.
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Nimoy No More … and Spock Forever

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Note: Today’s post is largely written by science teacher and Nimoy superfan Mandy Kirk, with some additional notes from me, Michelle Hlubinka. Sometimes it’s hard to distinguish reality and fiction.
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Smart bottles make use of printed sensor tags

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You're looking at a commercial future where vendors will seek to leverage new technologies to track customer behavior, buying patterns, user patterns and to send out information realtime, up close, personal, as never before possible.
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Pebble Time is the Color Version of the Pebble SmartWatch (Crowdfunding)

Pebble Time is the Color Version of the Pebble SmartWatch (Crowdfunding) | News we like | Scoop.it
The original Pebble Watch launched on Kickstarter about 3 years ago, and after selling over 1 million watches, the company is back on Kickstarter with Pebble Time, a thinner version of the watch with...
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The Government Refuses to Prove Snowden Damaged National Security

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Did Edward Snowden actually damage national security? There's no way in hell to tell from official documents released to the press—they've been thoroughly redacted to the point of uselessness.
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9 Historical Murder Mysteries Solved More Than A Century Later

9 Historical Murder Mysteries Solved More Than A Century Later | News we like | Scoop.it
While many historical whodunnits were solved not long after the supposed crime was committed, sometimes it's up to modern science and history to determine how and why a person died.
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British refusal to cooperate with spy inquiry causes row in Germany

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Committee under pressure to censor disclosures about UK activity after Downing Street threatens to break off intelligence-sharing with Berlin Downing Street and the German chancellery are embroiled in a worsening dispute over intelligence-sharing...
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How One Man Wants to Free North Korea With USB Drives and Pirated Movies

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North Korea is a quietly desolate otherworld, at least as far as we outsiders can tell from the bits and pieces of untouched, unpropagandized media that occasionally leak out . The key to freeing it?
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10 Technologies Our Cars Should Have By Now 

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Windows that tint themselves. A built-in phone mount. Real warnings instead of a vague "check engine" light. Jalopnik's Chris Perkins shows us the amazing(ly simple) tech that is long overdue in cars.
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EU gives member states right block GM crops

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The European Union is giving member states the power to ban the cultivation of genetically modified crops even if they have been approved by the bloc's food safety authority.
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An Ingenious Invention That Turns Beehives Into Flowing Honey Taps

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Flow comes from father and son team Stuart and Cedar Anderson, who have simplified the task of harvesting honey to make the process almost as easy as turning on a tap.
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Genetics reveals where emperor penguins survived the last ice age

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A study of how climate change has affected emperor penguins over the last 30,000 years found that only three populations may have survived during the last ice age, and that the Ross Sea in Antarctica was likely the refuge for one of these...
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IKEA Is Now Putting Wireless Charging In Your Furniture

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Charging cables? Who needs 'em. Smartphone makers (and even big chain coffee shops ) have been clamoring for ways to ditch those tangled microUSB nuisances—and now the world's largest furniture retailer is joining the fight.
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Mystery Gadget - Dalles Chronicle

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The search for a photo to match the “Mystery Gadget” found in an old junk pile by Raleigh Dillon-Underhill of Dufur and published in the Chronicle on Feb. 11 remains elusive.
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Linguists tackle computational analysis of grammar

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Children don't have to be told that "cat" and "cats" are variants of the same word—they pick it up just by listening. To a computer, though, they're as different as, well, cats and dogs.
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Humour in the 13th century characterized by ridicule

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We tend to think of the Middle Ages as grotesque and dreary. However, 13th century elites made use of laughter quite deliberately – and it resounded most loudly when it was at someone else's expense.
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Four ways Edward Snowden changed the world – and why the fight's not over

Four ways Edward Snowden changed the world – and why the fight's not over | News we like | Scoop.it
Encrypted Gmail. Transparency from mobile providers. Maybe even a legal 'revolt' against 'Orwellian' surveillance.
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Europe Lays Out Vision for Climate Change

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The European Union will reform its cap-and-trade system to restrain CO2 pollution
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Researchers enable solar cells to use more sunlight

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Scientists of the University of Luxembourg and of the Japanese electronics company TDK report progress in photovoltaic research: they have improved a component that will enable solar cells to use more energy of the sun and thus create a higher...
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