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Irish school children are building worlds for the Oculus Rift
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NASA crashed a satellite into the moon earlier, on purpose http://engt.co/1qWwZlp
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Alright!
Now let's explode something else!
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Nike reportedly killing the Fuelband to focus on fitness software
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There are a lot of rumors regarding smart watches from the big boys like Apple and Google having these capabilities. If so this is a dead market, and they are smart to get out.
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Hide your stash, heat-seeking drones are helping thugs hijack UK weed crops
Criminals are dicks. That much we all know is true. But now these dicks are using heat-sensing drones to pull off "sophisticated" heists of weed farms
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Chester u make them and I'll sell them lol
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Flashback to 04.18.12
A fresh concept it's not, but a fresh look? Yeah, we'll take that. California resident, air traffic controller, pilot and all-around gentleman James
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Oh 737 comin out of the sky, a won't you take down to Memphis on a midnight ride I wanna move
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Beats Music update lets you subscribe from inside the iOS app
Odds are that you weren't riveted by Beats Music when it first arrived, but the streaming service has just delivered a pair of big updates that may give
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To be honest we don't need any more music apps. I'm happy with Google Play Music.
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Nike's rumored to end its Fuelband program. Thoughts? http://engt.co/1qWQIBj
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It's biggest flaw was the use of "fuel points" and not just "calories burned". Its not easy to plan out your meals for the day using that reward system.
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In case you missed it earlier, here's our Sony Xperia Z2 review: http://engt.co/1hTTJA5
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Mine should be with me within a few short hours now. I don't think the size will be an issue for me as I'm coming from a note 2. Its worth noting that with the larger size of the z2 it is the phone that comes with the most ram and largest battery.
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Labels claim Pandora owes money for streaming old songs, probably won't get it engt.co/1lgmQRv
Pandora can't catch a break, it seems. Just weeks after the streaming radio service escaped paying higher royalties to songwriters, record companies and
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Record labels are so greedy it's stupid.
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DARPA envisions a smarter, safer autopilot - http://engt.co/1qWkEO3
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