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Is anyone else disappointed by the lack of phablet friendly features that help one handed operations? or the lack of better multitasking?
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No. 
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sigh still waiting for my 4.4.3 update
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I think it's 5.0 or high.... :)))
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I'd eat it

Gizmodo: The Original Genetically Modified Tomato You'll Never Eat Again. http://goo.gl/mag/P5F87YK
A supposed vegetable born of something called "Flavr Savr" seeds does not sound like anything that could possibly be good to put in your body. But back in 1994, a longer-lasting, better-tasting, and all around more aesthetically appealing tomato hit grocery shelves as the Flavr Savr food of tomorrow: the very first genetically engineered vegetable.
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NPR: You Can Buy Happiness, If It's An Experience. http://google.com/newsstand/s/CBIw6-Xdrx8
Experiences tend to make people happier than material possessions, research shows. And looking forward to an experience like a concert can feel much better than awaiting the latest smartphone release.
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Not really Happiness comes from within and the experience is self created in the way you approach your surroundings.. Money can't buy the best things in life
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One always yarns for the way back home. Great story.

Google Today: A long way home with help from Google Earth. http://google.com/producer/s/CBIwrJzRvg0
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This is not the black widow that bit me. The spider that bit me is now spinning webs in the sky. Or wherever dead spiders end up. Unlike dogs, I have a strong suspicion that they do not all go to heaven. I killed her. I didn’t do it on purpose, but she’s dead. We had a miscommunication about the ownership of a sleeping bag, and it got ugly. First for her, when I rolled over and squished her, and later for me. Before she went, she made sure ...
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The Verge: Afghanistan truckers use their vehicles as a canvas for poetry. http://google.com/producer/s/CBIwmZrizgE
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Gizmodo: Pakistani Folk Art and US Drones Collide in These Ornate Paintings. http://goo.gl/mag/vJ9CqnN
Pakistani-American artist Mahwish Chishty was originally trained in painting miniatures in her native Lahore. But these days, Chishty is also emerging as a notable conceptual artist abroad, treading the potent line between Pakistani and American culture. Yesterday, in an interview with Mother Jones, Chishty discussed her paintings of American drones—which she covers in traditional Pakistani ornamentation.
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Interesting article about the voynich text

New Scientist: New signs of language surface in mystery Voynich text. http://goo.gl/mag/iF7aHF1
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Pesticides and Bees: It's Complex | WIRED
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When anyone tries to tell you something in a biological system has a single cause....beware.

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Building a PC? These are the parts to get.

James Lovelock: 'enjoy life while you can: in 20 years global warming wi...
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The climate science maverick believes catastrophe is inevitable, carbon offsetting is a joke and ethical living a scam. So what would he do?

Finally, a New Clue to Solve the CIA's Mysterious Kryptos Sculpture | WIRED
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In 1989, the year the Berlin Wall began to fall, American artist Jim Sanborn was busy working on his Kryptos sculpture, a cryptographic puzz

We All Might Be Living in an Infinite Hologram | WIRED
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Quarks and leptons, the building blocks of matter, are staggeringly small—less than an attometer (a billionth of a billionth of a meter) in

Plants Know When They’re Being Eaten and They Don’t Appreciate it
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Vegetarians and vegans pay heed, new research shows plants know when they’re being eaten and really don’t like it.

An Unprecedented Look at Stuxnet, the World's First Digital Weapon | WIRED
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In an excerpt from her new book, "Countdown to Zero Day," WIRED's Kim Zetter describes the dark path the world's first digital weapon took t

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Our audio engineer found it has a clear, balanced sound. It’ll give you 12 hours worth of battery life, but you'll have to pay extra for tha

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The Tripp-Lite didn't perform as well as the full-sized protectors, but it's small enough to fit in most laptop bags, and it has three outle

Have We Been Interpreting Quantum Mechanics Wrong This Whole Time? | Sci...
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For nearly a century, “reality” has been a murky concept. The laws of quantum physics seem to suggest that particles spend much of their tim

Space mirror (geoengineering) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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The use of space mirrors as an anti-global warming measure is a proposed technology for climate change mitigation by deflection of sunlight.

Indiegogo: Crowdfunding for what matters to you - start now!
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Indiegogo is the world's largest global funding platform. Founded on the principles of opportunity, transparency, and action, anyone with an

Clever Landscaping That Bounces Plane Noise Back Into the Sky | Autopia ...
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Building ridges around Schiphol Airport deflects noise from planes back into the sky and away from annoyed neighbors.

nadeem haidary crafts an everyday razor to paper cut your hair off - des...
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folded into existence by nadeem haidary, 'paper cut razor' is a project that uses an everyday mishap as an influence for a seemingly mundane

Productivity And The Education Delusion | TechCrunch
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There is a constant tension about education in labor economics these days. On one hand, education is strongly correlated with income as well

Listen to this great story on how this guy discovered he was a coward
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In 2008 someone broke into Rob Norman's house. He had speculated about this situation since he was a kid and thought of different heroic way

There's no shortage of Steam Machines going on sale, but ASUS's newly an...
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There's no shortage of Steam Machines going on sale, but ASUS's newly announced GR8 seems, well, great: it only takes up 2.5 liters of space

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