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5 Dumbest 'Smart'phones Ever

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Bangalore: “Smartphone” is a word which you hear a hundred times everyday. But have you wondered what...
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17 Photos Of Breakfasts Around The World

17 Photos Of Breakfasts Around The World | News we like | Scoop.it
Breakfast. The most important meal of the day. And you’ve been eating well. Here are 17 delicious breakfasts you ate this week.
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The Solution To the Apple Watch Tattoo Problem Was So Obvious

The Solution To the Apple Watch Tattoo Problem Was So Obvious | News we like | Scoop.it
There was some bad news last week for tattooed Apple fans hoping to take advantage of everything the company’s new smartwatch had to offer. It turns out that ink on your arm hinders the Apple Watch’s ability to monitor your heart rate.
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An Obscure African Plant Tells Miners Where to Look for Diamonds 

An Obscure African Plant Tells Miners Where to Look for Diamonds  | News we like | Scoop.it
Diamonds you’re familiar with. Pandanus candelabrum, not so much. And until recently, botanists didn’t pay much attention to this rare, palm-like plant from West Africa either. But the discovery that P.
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Arnold Schwarzenegger Acts Out His Films in 6 Minutes, From Terminator to Jingle All the Way—Watch Now!

Arnold Schwarzenegger Acts Out His Films in 6 Minutes, From Terminator to Jingle All the Way—Watch Now! | News we like | Scoop.it
Viewers already saw James Corden help Tom Hanks reenact his filmography in under seven minutes, a...
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Apple Doesn't Want You To Build A Charging Band For Your Watch

Apple Doesn't Want You To Build A Charging Band For Your Watch | News we like | Scoop.it
Even before we had any details about the Apple Watch, accessory-makers were clamouring to sell you a $50 thing to strap to your $500 smartwatch. Apple has now finally released details about how third parties can make bands for the Watch.
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How Bird Poop Helps Populate a New Volcanic Island With Life

How Bird Poop Helps Populate a New Volcanic Island With Life | News we like | Scoop.it
In 2013, a new island was born off the coast of Japan. While some of these islands formed by volcanic eruptions are only temporary , Nii-jima (“new neighbor” in Japanese) kept growing, eventually consuming the nearby island of Nishino-shima as well.
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Why Scientific American's Predictions from 10 Years Ago Were So Wrong

Why Scientific American's Predictions from 10 Years Ago Were So Wrong | News we like | Scoop.it
Recently, we did an experiment: We took an outdated issue of a respected popular science magazine, Scientific American, and researched exactly what happened to the highly-touted breakthroughs of the era that would supposedly change everything.
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How Groucho Marx lost his voice and found his funny bone - The Register

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The 100 year ‘artistic anniversary’ of the man who made stand-up stand up
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The Mystery of the Female Orgasm, Explained With Science | WIRED

The Mystery of the Female Orgasm, Explained With Science | WIRED | News we like | Scoop.it
Love is awesome. Sex is awesome. Science is awesome. We love sex illustrated with science experiments!
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Swedish islanders seek status update after Facebook dumps them in Norway

Swedish islanders seek status update after Facebook dumps them in Norway | News we like | Scoop.it
Residents of Gotland bemused by a Facebook glitch that places them just north of Oslo, and local businesses worry it might affect the tourist trade
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German prosecutor to investigate state spy agency’s partnership with the NSA

German prosecutor to investigate state spy agency’s partnership with the NSA | News we like | Scoop.it
German prosecutor to investigate state spy agency’s partnership with the NSA ((Lizzie Plaugic)/The Verge) http://t.co/SxfxZYdWZ7
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Police monitored political movements of candidate standing against Nigel Farage

Police monitored political movements of candidate standing against Nigel Farage | News we like | Scoop.it
Officers have been keeping tabs on Greens candidate standing against Ukip leader Nigel Farage, as police face questions over monitoring of elected politicians Police have been monitoring the political activities of a candidate while he has been...
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Some apps quietly connect to outside URLs, ad-related and tracking sites

Some apps quietly connect to outside URLs, ad-related and tracking sites | News we like | Scoop.it
Admit it or not, Android is not exactly the most secure platform in the world. It's easily hackable as it is customizable. Google has been working hard to make it more secure than ever but genius hackers always outsmart some Android developers.
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What It's Like To Live In a Tiny Apartment Inside America's Oldest Mall

What It's Like To Live In a Tiny Apartment Inside America's Oldest Mall | News we like | Scoop.it
The average new US home is about 2,600 square feet. You’ll get less than ten percent of that in these micro-apartments, which at their smallest are just 225 feet and make an art of fitting a life into a very sweet-looking closet.
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Meet the Twisted YouTube Geniuses Who Destroyed the Apple Watch

Meet the Twisted YouTube Geniuses Who Destroyed the Apple Watch | News we like | Scoop.it
I called Richard Ryan late on a Thursday evening. His voice through the phone was scratchy and you could hear these faint “pops” every so often. This wasn’t the fault of some piss-poor cell reception.
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Grooveshark Defiantly Resurrected By a Rogue Pirate

Grooveshark Defiantly Resurrected By a Rogue Pirate | News we like | Scoop.it
Last week, after a protracted court battle with music rights holders, the illegal online streaming service Grooveshark went dark .
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Simon Denny, the artist who did reverse espionage on the NSA

Simon Denny, the artist who did reverse espionage on the NSA | News we like | Scoop.it
Denny wanted to study NSA graphics, the ‘21st-century masterpieces’ unleashed on the world by Edward Snowden.
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Uber driver found guilty in Belgium crackdown

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An Uber driver in Belgium was found guilty of breaking taxi laws on Monday, in the first case to land in a Brussels court after dozens of drivers were caught by police posing as clients of the banned service.
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Facebook Opens Up Internet.org Platform, Tramples All Over User Privacy

Facebook Opens Up Internet.org Platform, Tramples All Over User Privacy | News we like | Scoop.it
In a video announcing the new Internet.org platform, Mark Zuckerberg’s eyes beam straight through your soul, while he tells you dryly how Facebook is going to fix the internet. “Facebook is watching you…” his eyes say silently.
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'Zombie' bacteria found able to kill other bacteria

'Zombie' bacteria found able to kill other bacteria | News we like | Scoop.it
(Phys.org)—A trio of researchers with the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has found that bacteria that die as a result of silver poisoning can serve as a means to continue to kill other bacteria in the same environment.
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Germany’s Investigating Claims That It Illegally Spied on Europe for NSA

Germany’s Investigating Claims That It Illegally Spied on Europe for NSA | News we like | Scoop.it
German prosecutors are rallying to assess whether its BND foreign intelligence agency has broken laws by spying on officials and companies throughout Europe for the National Security Agency.
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We've Just Developed a Portable Cloaking Device 

We've Just Developed a Portable Cloaking Device  | News we like | Scoop.it
If you’re a non-magical being, you might think your chances of becoming invisible are slim to nil.
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Apple Spends Only $84 to Build Apple Watch, Sells Gadget for $349 - Headlines & Global News

Apple Spends Only $84 to Build Apple Watch, Sells Gadget for $349 - Headlines & Global News | News we like | Scoop.it
Apple spent only $83.70 for the device; $81.20 for the parts and $2.50 for labor.
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You Can Now Play 2,400 Free MS-DOS Games in Tweets

You Can Now Play 2,400 Free MS-DOS Games in Tweets | News we like | Scoop.it
Have you ever wanted to play a classic 90s video game inside a tweet? Neither have I. But now, thanks to the Internet Archive , you can embed over 2,400 free MS-DOS games directly into tweets. Is it useful?
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Hit the Gym after Studying to Boost Recall

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Like other things that enhance alertness, exercise may help cement new facts in mind
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