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Jose Quezada
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Can you imagine how YosemiteBear would have reacted to this?
New Yorker Amanda Curtis was waiting for a train in Long Island, New York, this past Tuesday when she spotted something incredibly rare: a quadruple rainbo
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I love my Sony SmartWatch 2 but I really want the Huawei as soon as it's available.

I had not worn a watch in 20 years or more but now I feel like something is missing if I leave home without it. 
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Well this is interesting... I wonder why they have no articles about this, oh because it doesn't favor any iproducts.  I'm sure they'll find a way to downplay it. "Who needs that many pixels on a screen that size anyway"

The Galaxy S6 has more than double the resolution and more than 4 times the number of pixels as the iPhone 6. It also has significantly higher peak Brightness, significantly higher Contrast Ratio in both low and high Ambient Light, significantly higher Absolute Color Accuracy, significantly better Viewing Angel performance, and has 4 selectable screen modes instead of a single fixed one on the iPhones.

http://www.displaymate.com/Galaxy_S6_ShootOut_1.htm
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When the Walkman was all we had... The good old era of mixtapes. 
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TDK my mix tape cassette of choice!
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Amazon offering $140 worth of apps for free in latest giveaway http://www.androidcentral.com/amazon-offers-140-worth-apps-free-months-giveaway
Amazon's latest app giveaway is here, and includes over $140 worth of premium content that is available for free from now until February 14. The giveaway features a total of 37 apps, including Listure, Sleep as Android, Runtastic Pro and more. These apps are currently available for free: 80 Days A Scientific and Financial RPN Calculator Back to Bed Bag It! (Ad-Free) Battery HD Pro...
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Spyware from a pro-Russian group is targeting iPhones, whether they're jailbroken or not, says Trend Micro
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Impossible! This doesn't happen to Mac products!
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Another great example of why competition is very good for consumers. 
Comcast's 2 Gigabit per second Internet speeds in Atlanta will be the fastest in the country.
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This is funnnyyy !!!
 
Wow, thanks to all of you who reshared this video, it's gone viral!  How many times have you watched it?  Personally, I've seen it about 100 (since I edited it) and it never gets old.
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Take that iTunes! This is much better than the previous 20,000 song limit. Even though I just have close to 19,000 on it right now.
 
"Good news for music lovers with large song libraries: Google has upped the number of tunes that it’ll let you store in its cloud.

Google Play Music now lets you store up to 50,000 songs in its cloud, which you can then stream to your devices using the Google Play Music app and your computer. Previously, the limit was 20,000 songs."


Good news for music lovers with large song libraries: Google has upped the number of tunes that it’ll let you store in its cloud. Google Play Music now lets you store up to 50,000 songs in its cloud, which you can then stream to your devices using the Google Play Music app and your computer. Previously, the limit was 20,000 songs.
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I just finished reading this awesome book. All I can say is wow! The story is great but the nostalgia factor for those of us who grew up in the 80's is unparalleled.


Ready Player One, Ernest Cline.
https://play.google.com/store/books/details?id=FY_HWAcm10MC
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Great Sci-Fi
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You know why we spend so much time talking sh*t about Apple? It's not because of the products they make. Nope, that's not the reason. I think most reasonable human beings can admit that Apple makes really nice stuff (I personally own plenty of their products). The reason we take constant jabs at ...
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I really hope this takes hold, it's about time the carriers are held responsible for lying. 
There are implications for mobile carriers that still offer unlimited data plans.
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