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"I dare you." "No way, dude! That'll get us in trouble with Vader." "Wussytrooper." "Fine, hold my blaster ..." Click on for more scanography! Another blogger I follow just turned me onto scanograp...
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Nexus 5 launcher now downloadable on other Nexus and GPE mobiles! Try saying "OK, Jarvis" while on the homescreen and geek out!
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Nexus 5. Probably i need to revert to stock before this works.
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Now for some life advice a gamer will understand. Remember, there is no cheat code for winning at life and there are no savepoints! http://oliveremberton.com/2014/life-is-a-game-this-is-your-strategy-guide/
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Prodigy's Firestarter could be cited as the most crash-inducing song you could have on your car's playlist!
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It's May the Fourth, Star Wars Day! This year, talk turns to the continuation of the Star Wars saga with a new trilogy (Episode VII to IX), picking up on the story after the Galactic Empire was def...
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So Nokia just started selling an Android phone with no Google Maps, Gmail or Play Store on it. Well trolled, Nokia. http://www.theverge.com/2014/2/24/5440498/nokia-x-android-phone-hands-on
It’s official, the Nokia X Android phone is here. Microsoft might be buying Nokia’s phone business shortly, but the Finnish smartphone maker is still pushing ahead with the a launch of three...
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Sayonara, Sony VAIO! Thanks for the memories! http://www.sony.net/SonyInfo/News/Press/201402/14-019E/index.html
Sony Corporation today announced significant new measures to address reform of its PC and TV businesses aimed at accelerating the revitalization and growth of its electronics business.
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We're happy to announce that we've officially launched #StreetView  driving in the Philippines today! Thanks to Sec. Ramon Jimenez Jr for all the support! (L-R: Ryan Morales, Head of Marketing, Sec. Jimenez, DOT, Gail Tan, Head of Communications)
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Update : F1 Legend Michael Schumacher in critical condition after skiing accident

Michael Schumacher is in a critical condition in a French hospital as a result of the head injury that he suffered in a skiing accident on Sunday. A statement issued by Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble on Sunday evening confirmed that Schumacher's injuries were very serious and that he had undergone emergency surgery. It described Schumacher's condition as critical and said he was in a coma.

The statement added that Schumacher had suffered from a "head trauma with coma, which required immediate neurosurgical treatment."

Former French F1 driver Olivier Panis visited the hospital in Grenoble but was not able to see Schumacher, according to a report!

Oliver Panis : "I will come back tomorrow. Yes I am worried. I know that his family has arrived. As I am here in Grenoble, I want to come to him and say hello, for old times' sake. He is a great champion and someone very loved in Formula 1." 

Michael Schumacher's injuries – the doctors' view (theguardian.com)

An ex-Formula One doctor and a neurosurgeon discuss the prognosis for the retired racing driver, who is in a coma.

The full impact of brain injuries such as those suffered by Michael Schumacher on Sunday can take months to diagnose.

Gary Hartstein, a former Formula One trackside doctor, said: "The brain's plasticity makes prognosis impossible to pronounce definitively for quite some time. Weeks to months."

The nature of Schumacher's treatment "suggests that something very serious has happened", said Chris Chandler, consultant neurosurgeon at King's College hospital in London.

"Certainly after blunt trauma, which is what you would term his injury, the brain does swell and that swelling contained within the rigid box of the skull can cause dangerous pressure on the vital structure to the brain," he told Sky News. "That brain swelling needs to be controlled. The fact that he was wearing a helmet simply means that it has minimised the severity of the injury but still it is possible to sustain a serious injury even with the helmet."

Chandler said the fact that Schumacher, 44, was in a coma meant he could have suffered a number of different injuries. "He could have suffered a diffuse injury to his brain, which can then result in brain swelling. He could have sustained some sort of brain haemorrhage and if there was a blood clot within his brain or on the surface of his brain underneath his skull, that might need to be removed."

"Sometimes there is nothing actually to remove but you put in an intracranial pressure monitor, which basically is an operation that requires drilling a hole in the skull and putting a fine probe inside. Or if there is diffuse swelling of the brain, sometimes surgeons remove a large piece of the skull … so there is space for the brain to swell to minimise the pressure on vital structure.

"It's not clear from the reports that I've heard exactly what the nature of this emergency operation was. But the fact that they undertook something almost immediately, that he was admitted to the surgical unit, suggests that something very serious has happened."

Hartstein said the fact that Schumacher was conscious and speaking immediately after the accident was common. "It's quite well known that extradural haematomas, a kind of cerebral haemorrhage, can leave a lucid interval after injury.

"Then as the haematoma forms, the increase in pressure causes sudden and dramatic symptoms. Pressure must be relieved rapidly," he said.He said the coma could be induced.

"Lets demystify it just a bit. Any severe head injury leads to a loss of co-ordination of tongue and throat muscles. This happens to some when they sleep – called snoring. But this is respiratory obstruction and causes carbon dioxide to rise and oxygen to fall," he explained.

"But the brain wants oxygen and hates CO2. So we put tubes in these patient's tracheas and use respirators. This protects the airway and gives excellent control of ventilation and oxygenation.

"But to intubate someone, he or she needs to be pretty deeply anaesthetised. So this is the usual 'artificial coma'. It is an induced coma, but in fact it's like a prolonged, protective, anaesthetic."

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