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Twitter has become less and less useful for the years. Not that it was handy to begin with for most people. Even in 2016, most people don't "get" Twitter, and for those who do, most of them don't realize that no one is listening.
On Sunday night, following reports by our sister publication Recode, Twitter confirmed that several of its top executives were leaving the company. The list included Kevin Weil, its fifth head of...
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One nasty level on Mario Maker. Might be worth watching just for the commentary!
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Very cool. A little challenging if you own a phablet thought.
If you're really excited about the imminent release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but you don't feel like you've been sufficiently immersed in it yet, Google has a new interactive web game you...
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My brain hurts now.
 
Whoever came up with this is an asshole.
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None of the above.
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Really shocking that Amazon took so long to enable this absolute basic and crucial security feature. If you haven't been using two-factor authentication on every website that offers it, you should immediately.

Essentially, it adds a powerful layer of security by forcing anyone who logs into your account (whether it's you or a hacker) to type in a 6 digit code. The code is sent to you via text or randomly generated every minute by an authenticator app.
When it comes to online security nothing is foolproof, but of all the safety measures available, two-factor authentication is one of the most straightforward and secure. Most of the tech world's...
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That option does not appear for UK users :(
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How bored do you have to be with your life to attempt something like this?
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OMG :O
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Origin of one of the greatest GIFs of all time. Also a ridiculous video.
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Great last minute news from 2015.
Watch a trailer and get the details for the upcoming re-release.
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The Pixel C highlights Android's long-standing incompatibility with tablets. While iOS actually has a large library of apps optimized for the larger screen size and even some apps built from scratch for this form factor, most Android tablet apps are just scaled-up phone apps.

Now whether either iOS or Android can actually be used to do real work, that's a different story.
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I expect this to change soon. The iPad had zero tablet apps on its release, of course. (Please pretend the 7/9/10 have not been around for a while, lol)

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As a fellow millennial, I love how innovative and creative this generation is. But there are also those who just want to be given everything, and not put in the thought or effort. This video is a great example of the latter.

I almost felt bad for her but lost sympathy in the end when she blew her cover on why she really wants college to be free. I'm glad she gets put in her place--these are not the type of future leaders we need.
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This only means one thing: Apple is actually planning and building a hybrid MacBook/iPad right now.
 
There's no iBrid device on the horizon if you ask Tim Cook
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Finally! Hoping more luxury watch manufactures follow suit.
 
Introducing +TAG Heuer Connected, the first luxury watch powered by #AndroidWear http://goo.gl/9Mzeqp
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I am a scientist with 12 years of research experience with extensive training in the fields of molecular diagnostics, immunology, and nanomedicine.

Currently as a PhD candidate at Baylor College of Medicine, I work in a lab interested in developing groundbreaking treatments for autoimmune diseases. During my dissertation research, I have defined a new direction for my lab: using bleeding-edge carbon nanoparticles to treat rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis. My efforts led to the filing of a non-provisional utility patent application. 

I believe that while basic science research is pivotal for treating diseases, the strategic advancement and commercialization of novel findings play a crucial role as well. To that end, I worked as a consultant intern for Fannin Innovation Studio, a venture capital firm and life science accelerator, to gain a complete understanding of the drug development process and learn about the business aspects of science.

Previously, I worked as an R&D scientist at Canon U.S. Life Sciences, a subsidiary of Canon, Inc. As a part of an interdisciplinary team consisting of biologists, engineers, physicists and computer scientists, we built clinical genotyping assays and transitioned them onto our in-house microfluidic platform with the goal of manufacturing a medical device that would detect genetic diseases from patient samples within minutes. I was fortunate enough to be a part of the team that conducted the first field trial of the device with collaborators across the US.

In all my professional endeavors, colleagues have known me as a dedicated problem solver—I always aim to identify the core issue, work with the most crucial information, and propose a solution in the shortest time.

I am intensely passionate about my career and its growth. Using my diverse experiences from the private sector and academia, I am always looking for opportunities to attain the maximum possible significance and impact from my knowledge and contributions.
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