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Hands on with the magic machine that churns out roti by the minute:

http://trib.al/j6xyPgn
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2015 pre-orders sold out..wow..shud get cheaper when its fully released and after 6 months or so ..
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INFINITE TEEVEES:
Now that Chromecast screen mirroring is here, you can beam anything from your phone to your TV. It's great for playing games and casting content from apps that don't support Chromecast yet. But the best thing you can do with it is turn on your camera and point it at the screen.
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About time!
The "Cast Screen" function for Google's Chromecast dongle that we reported on during last month's Google I/O developers conference has finally made it out of the keynote and into our mobile devices. Now, anything that plays on your Android device also plays on your TV. Yes, even your porn.
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Same here +DJ Brotherson .
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Taking photos from inside fighter jets is the coolest job: http://trib.al/hTa44Zy
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i would think flying it would be cooler.
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Also maybe just don't use Flash:
Adobe just patched up a gaping security flaw that could affect anyone who logs on to eBay, Tumblr, Instagram, or other popular sites. If you're a person who visits any of those domains (or really, any website out there that might use Flash), you really should update your stuff right now.
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Great advice.
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Google Now is getting even better:
Some Android users are starting to see a cool new Google Now capability pop up: If you've got the update, you can use "OK Google" to fast forward to the next track or pause playback. Small update, but very handy.
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"allegedly... "  It's not out yet.
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Genius trailer turns Saving Private Ryan into The Expendables: http://trib.al/qwkNck6
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I'd forgotten how good Saving Private Ryan was, time to Netflix
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Razer Blade 2014 review: Great at games, overkill otherwise:

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When is overkill a bad thing? Never! 
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Google Maps update lets you measure distances (or just doodle):

http://trib.al/OpFD7Ul
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They finally brought it back. I don't know why they ever scrapped this feature in the first place.
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We're about to screw up patent reform like we did net neutrality:
Philip Johnson is Chief Intellectual Property Counsel of Johnson & Johnson, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world. He is also a representative member of the Coalition for 21st Century Patent Reform, the leading trade group opposing patent reform this past year.
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Were doomed as a country
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Don't be misled about Android fragmentation:
Making apps for Android can seem kind of messy because of the big scary F-word: Fragmentation. It's part of why Tim Cook might call Android a "toxic hellstew" on stage. But the dirty little secret? It's really not that bad, at least when it comes to screen size.
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+Samuel Caddick, iOS application API's are OS version specific, meaning that an app must be coded to run specifically on that version. Android application API's are built into Google Play Support libraries. Each new version of those libraries are the same going back to version 2.3 of Android (Gingerbread) and are updated periodically through the Play Store and are not reliant on the OEM or the carrier. This means that any app a developer writes now will run on any Android device running 2.3 or later and does not need to be coded to be compatible with specific OS versions. Phones that are 3 and 4 years olf are running the same apps as people who just bought their phones yesterday. Google specifically removed the API's from the OS for this reason, so it doesn't matter which Android version the phone is running. The point is: fragmentation is a myth perpetrated by Apple to scare people into buying iPhones... period.
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iPhone lost by Oklahoma farmer resurfaces nine months later in Japan:

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Kevin Whitney loved his iPhone. Or at least he loved the countless, priceless family photos stored on it. So when the phone slipped out of his pocket and into 140 tons of grain on his farm in Oklahoma, he was understandably distraught. Luckily, people are nice in Japan.
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