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Jan Zavrl
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Google, Nokia, please take a hint ;) #google   #nexus  #nokia

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Windows 8 source code :) Must read :)
This is really awesome !!! Found it when browsing internet ... have to read this at least once :P

http://codepaste.net/96ugtf

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Evo ga +Sandra Murnik, navaljen :)
On stage at #D11 , +Sundar Pichai just announced another new Android phone coming soon to +Google Play — The HTC One with the same user experience as on Nexus.   

It's SIM-unlocked, supports LTE (T-Mobile and AT&T) and comes with Beats Audio. Available June 26! 
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CL finals with legos :) Such details :) #championsleague   #lego  

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My only wish is for people to switch to G+ from FB...
Here's why Vic couldn't sleep last night!  A fresh new Google+ Android build that incorporates all of last week's goodness... and more.   Enjoy.

#googleplusupdate

edit 9:52am PST

For the sake of clarity - the new Android app will install on modern versions of Android (Froyo and above) with the advanced image editing features available on Ice Cream Sandwich and above.  Rollout in progress...

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Go home Google, you're drunk :) #googlenose   #aprilfools  

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Nostalgija je zmagala ...
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There goes my productivity :)

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Kaj dobiš ko se ga MITjevec preveč napije?
Smart ice cubes keep you from drinking too much.

An MIT egghead named Dhairya Dand drank so much alcohol that he woke up in the hospital. So he decided to invent smart ice cubes that would prevent him from over drinking. 

The ice cubes count the number of sips you take, and use that information change color from green (which means go ahead and drink) to orange (might want to slow down) to red (stop drinking, you idiot!). If you're too drunk to ignore the red ice cubes, the cubes actually text your friends to intervene. 

Bonus feature: The cubes pulsate to the sound of the music.

http://thenextweb.com/shareables/2013/01/10/after-alcohol-induced-blackout-this-mit-researcher-created-glowing-ice-cubes-to-track-his-drinking
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