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How Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould became ‘pixel peepers’ making ‘Better Call Saul’

'Better Call Saul' creators Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould tell us what makes their show such a visual spectacle, and why their masterpiece woks better for the big screen than an iPhone

Sphero’s BB-8 wearable brings Force control to home automation with IFTTT support

Sphero’s BB-8 was the most memorable bit of merchandizing among last year’s epic Force Awakens merchandising bonanza. It was the perfect piece of synergy..

Open Source Bulldozer

Taking Open Source Hardware to a new scale, the OSE Bulldozer will make serious earthmoving accessible to any community, enterprise or individual with access to a workshop and a few basic tools. This machine is part of OSE&apos;s Global Village Construction Set (GVCS), a development project that aims to open source the 50 key technologies needed for a modern civilization, allowing for a radically decentralized and democratized economy. See my 2011 Ted Talk for more on this: <a href="http://www.ted.com/talks/marcin_jakubowski?language=en" target="_blank">http://www.ted.com/talks/marcin_jakubowski?language=en</a> The Bulldozer enables the earthworks needed for sustainable construction and regenerative agriculture, from grading roads to laying foundations, from building ponds to subsoil plowing. Costing 5 - 10 times less than commercial equivalents, this project will lower the very high barriers that exist to doing this kind of work.

"With U Smart Sole" DIY GPS Embedded Smart Shoe sole #MITBetterWorld

What do you do when someone is chasing you or you are lost? Cross your fingers? Don't.When you are in trouble, just cross your feet [in a special way] and your location is sent to your family members. Wait there's more! Even the family can get your location just by calling the shoe. When you call the SIM in the shoe, the shoe automatically hangs up the call and reverts back its current GPS location via SMS.The soles are so comfortable, the wearer doesn&rsquo;t even notice that they are in there!The &lsquo;With U&rsquo; smart soles work on a special algorithm which features a unique gesture recognition pattern[to detect the crossed feet].When you cross your feet, that activates the process of sending the current GPS location to the remote server. And you can check the real-time updates on a Google Map.My prototype is made of MDF wood and I&rsquo;m looking forward ...

Watch Amber Heard's emotional and important PSA about domestic violence

This is powerful.

The cool tech that powers Santa’s sleigh

While Santa may want you to think there's flying reindeer pulling the sleigh, we know better. We'll take a peek under the bright red hood.

DIY PORTABLE WORK STATION

After setting up my workplace near to my house I found it really helpful doing DIY projects,as you have all the tools and supplies arranged and available at one place.Later on i get back to my regular schedule,doing small DIY projects.Meanwhile i started feeling that it will be good to have a mobile unit so that in case if i have to work some place rather than my work space i can have access to some of the mostly used tools and supplies.So i have decided to built a portable workstation that have the following features:Portability Space saving On board power Customized design Durability EconomicalThis workstation is specifically designed to save space and being more productive at the same time.Moreover i have tried be cost effective by using most of the parts from old computer scraps that are in good condition.. So lets get building!!!Thanks for going through my Instructable.Any ...

Couch Console & Charging Table

A couple of months ago, my wife and I bought a new couch for our upstairs entertaining area. We wanted it to be big enough to fit everyone, and this thing can. 12 people at once so far. The only problem is it covers up ALL of the outlets around 2 of the walls and I used to use those outlets for all kinds of things. Lamps, phone chargers, the main router, a subwoofer&hellip; So we&rsquo;ve created a problem for ourselves unintentionally.Then I went over to a buddy of mine&rsquo;s house, let&rsquo;s just call him Mark, cuz that&rsquo;s his name. He built a simple wooden table to fit behind the couch that has some outlets built into and flush mounted to the surface so that he can plug things in. I thought &ldquo;this is brilliant&rdquo; and so I adapted the design to fit our house, needs, and couch.Also, if you're ...

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Best Cyber Monday 2016 iPad Deals

Majority of the bigger retailers in the United States are hosting a Cyber Monday sale this Monday where you can buy products at attractive discounts right from the comfort of your couch and smartphone or laptop. So, if you have been looking for to buy an iPad Pro or iPad Air 2, check out our roundup of the best Cyber Monday deals on Apple’s iPad lineup below.

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Trump had a surprisingly simple reaction to Fidel Castro's death

In a surprisingly simple tweet, Trump announced Castro's death to the world, like his Twitter account is the political world's obituary page. Of course, it also included an exclamation point.

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No Man’s Sky’s upcoming update paves the way for building bases

The sci-fi universe wandering game No Man’s Sky got a vocal and sizeable negative reception after a portion of players felt it overpraised with hype and pre-release advertising but didn’t deliver ultimately with actual gameplay. I genuinely liked the game , but it might be because I didn’t pay very much attention to the actual promises being made by studio Hello Games after the initial news of its existence.

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Machines, Madness and Freedom: Invention in the Mojave Desert

More than that, Mojave is home to a whole engineering revolution. Inventors of all stripes have flocked here to rethink machines. Some work on new rockets, some on new types of aircraft, and some of them work on new types of cars. The Mojave airport may be in the middle of nowhere—but it’s an irresistible draw for engineers with expansive imaginations. It’s the place itself that frees them up to think big and different. It’s America’s great inventor playground, where people can push machines to their limits.

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Japan wants the world's fastest supercomputer by 2018

The country has asked various companies to bid for the honor of actually building the machine, codenamed ABCI (AI Bridging Cloud Infrastructure). The winner will be announced after December 8th, and will expected to come online in 2018, at least according to anonymous sources. When operational, Japan will rent out time on the platform to companies who currently utilize Google and Microsoft services in an attempt to win back home crowds. It remains to be seen if it'll be successful, but it'll be worth the wait to watch it unfold.

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The GoPro Hero4 is now available for almost a third off RRP

Fans of doing more extreme stuff, like surfing, cliff-diving or hardcore planking all know that a GoPro is the best way to record the moments where you finally do something that people will be impressed by.

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A week with the new Macbook Pro with Touch Pad

The keyboard is good, if not great. I may grow to enjoy it. It’s certainly better than the Macbook’s with a bit more travel and a more sturdy feel. But I currently prefer the 2015 keyboard. The new keyboard feels too shallow for my taste, and I prefer the “softer” feel of the 2015 keyboard when bottoming out the keys. I’m learning to simply type lighter on this new keyboard, but I currently prefer keyboards that I can mash without feeling punished. Make sure to try this out at length in the store.

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8 facts you didn't know about pizza

8 facts you didn't know about pizza

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7 can't-miss apps: Hop, Honcker, 'Fantastic Beasts' and more

Each weekend, we round up a few of our favorite new and updated apps. This week's list includes an app that makes sending emails feel as easy as texting, an app that lets you lease a car and some cool new foodie apps.

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9 content marketing tips for sales people

But storytelling has an important role to play throughout the sales journey, from introduction and establishing credentials at the top of the funnel, to actually assisting the sales team with collateral to nurture leads in the middle and developing engaging proposals that aid in closing a deal at the bottom of the sales funnel.

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Inspired by uncle’s death, Kenyan teen develops organ-matching app

Yet Life Pocket seemed a long way from being developed until Damaris Mutati, Caroline’s teacher at Embakasi Girls Secondary School, began to introduce technology to her students, something she feels is vital to the development of young people on the continent.

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T-Mobile Offering a Free iPhone 7 or 7 Plus With Eligible Trade-In on Black Friday

T-Mobile is bringing back its popular trade-in offer for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. With it, trading in an eligible device can get you a free new iPhone, or reduce the cost to $350 for the iPhone 7, or $450 for the iPhone 7 Plus. These are the 32GB models, mind you, so if you want to get 128GB or 256GB of storage, you’ll need for fork over some cash.

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Volume Scheduler Automatically Changes Your Phone’s Volume Depending on the Time of Day

You’re in a quiet place, you get a phone call, and a loud ring roars out of your phone. Volume Scheduler is a free app that can help you out when you’ve forgotten to silence your phone or set it to vibrate.

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This 5-second video will crash your iPhone

In our video demonstration of the bug above, you'll see that a link to the video, delivered via iMessage, will make iOS 10 play the file in the default player. It appears that the video is corrupt, generating a loop that causes the iPhone to crash around 10 seconds after watching it. We're not linking to the video for obvious reasons, but it appears to only crash devices when it's sent as a link rather than simply transferred as a file. The only way to recover from the crash is to hold the power button and home button at the same time to perform a hard reset. An iPhone will work as normal once it has rebooted this way.

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The Democratic Party Needs to Stop Using Reaction Gifs

The Democrats lost the election, and now they’re just trying to pick up the pieces. The party’s current social media strategy is unfortunate—using reaction gifs to warn of the horror a Trump presidency might bring.

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Satechi Slim Aluminum Type-C Multi-Port Adapter review: Get this if you want to quickly connect your new MacBook to a large TV screen

If you use a 12-inch MacBook, which has only one USB-C port, it's helpful that the adapter also has a USB-C port of its own for pass-through charging (you connect your MacBook's power cord to the adapter and it charges your computer) but you can't use the port to transfer data.

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Damn OnePlus, back at it again with the 3T

Compared to the 3, the 3T has a darker grey color and a new 128GB storage option. It's got a faster processor, a bigger battery and a better front-facing camera. It's also a smidge more expensive at $439 or £399 for the 64GB variant and $479 or £439 for the 128GB model. (OnePlus isn't available in Australia, but that converts to about AU$580 and AU$632.)

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Nintendo rings in holidays with 3DS, Wii U game discounts

Take a look at Nintendo's cyber deals for the holidays. You can save up to 50 percent off games. But still no NES Classic.

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Sorry, Negan: TSA says Lucille has to go in checked luggage

On Friday, the TSA's celebrated Instagram account published a photo of a replica of Lucille, the barbed-wire-wrapped baseball bat killing machine belonging to murderous psycho Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). Seems that some passenger thought it would be OK to bring their replica version of the death instrument on a plane in their carry-on luggage.

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Microsoft Gives Away New Server Design Aimed at Speeding Global Cloud Setup

Since 2014, 90 percent of the servers Microsoft has purchased for use in its datacenters have been based on Open Compute design. Microsoft often buys these from what are called Original Design Manufacturers, makers of generic, commodity hardware like Quanta and Wistron, and the company worked with an unnamed ODM for the new design. Microsoft also purchases from brand-name sellers, called Original Equipment Manufacturers, or OEMs, but those vendors must use Microsoft's design and meet its price requirements. Microsoft likes the arrangement because it gives it a greater choice of suppliers and lets the company customize what it needs while boosting competition among vendors. 

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Microsoft Has a Whole New Kind of Computer Chip—and It’ll Change Everything

With its TPUs, Google sacrifices long-term flexibility for speed. It wants to, say, eliminate any delay when recognizing commands spoken into smartphones. The trouble is that if its neural networking models change, Google must build a new chip. But with FPGAs, Microsoft is playing a longer game. Though an FPGA isn’t as fast as Google’s custom build, Microsoft can reprogram the silicon as needs change. The company can reprogram not only for new AI models, but for just about any task. And if one of those designs seems likely to be useful for years to come, Microsoft can always take the FPGA programming and build a dedicated chip.

22
You Too Can Invest In a Startup That's Probably Going Bust

It's starting to dawn on crowdfunding investors that many will have to wait a long time before cashing in—if at all. Of the more than 1,000 companies backed since 2011, only three have been sold. While it's normal for a high percentage of startups to go bust, critics are starting to wonder when the success stories will come. The lack of pay-outs, along with increased economic anxiety following the U.K. decision to leave the European Union, may already be cooling interest. Deals on equity crowdfunding sites fell 20 percent in the third quarter, according to the research firm Beauhurst. The U.K. government also is mulling new rules for the sector.

23
Donald J. Trump on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

24
Jill Stein campaign files to recount votes in Wisconsin

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, and independent party candidate Rocky De La Fuente, today filed for a recount of votes in the state of Wisconsin after Stein raised more than $5.2 million via NationBuilder.com to pursue “election integrity.”

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I support companies that treat their customers good and offer good services and are ethical/progressive, the ones that have showed the be unethical I rape by finding their IP on the internet and using it for free,

26
The Most Flexible Synthesizer is DIY, Raspberry Pi

[Ivan] is trying to create an interesting and easy-to-use empty vessel for you to pour your hardware and software synthesizer dreams into. Everything is open source, and aside from the Pi and the price of potentiometers, this is a dirt-cheap device. You’re not going to be limited by SuperCollider, and we’re guessing that you’re not going to be limited by 80 inputs either. What’s the craziest sound-maker you can think of?

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Patrick Thibodeau on Twitter

When you tweet with a location, Twitter stores that location. You can switch location on/off before each Tweet and always have the option to delete your location history. Learn more

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TechRadar on Twitter

Don't close those wallets yet, folks. It's not Black Friday any more but most of the best deals are still open http://buff.ly/2gh348p  pic.twitter.com/lvDqDMYSyt

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How This Magic Machine Tricks You Into Seeing Any Car It Wants

“It can change its chassis shape to match anything from a Fiat 500 to a limousine,” says Alistair Thompson, from The Mill, the special effects company behind the Blackbird. It can change its width by up to 10 inches and its length by four feet. The Mill can program its electric motors to make it behave like the car’s it’s emulating—slow or fast acceleration, gear change lurches, front or rear wheel drive.

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Preventive Maintenance Strategy for Data Centers - TechRepublic

In the broadening data center cost-saving and energy efficiency discussion, data center physical infrastructure preventive maintenance (PM) is sometimes neglected as an important tool for controlling TCO and downtime. PM is performed specifically to prevent faults from occurring. IT and facilities managers can improve systems uptime through a better understanding of PM best practices. This white paper describes the types of PM services that can help safeguard the uptime of data centers and IT equipment rooms. Various PM methodologies and approaches are discussed. Recommended practices are suggested.

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No, Russian Agents Are Not Behind Every Piece of Fake News You See

Has the rise of fake news played into the hands of those who want to spread disinformation? Sure it has. But connecting hundreds of Twitter accounts into a dark web of Russian-controlled agents, along with any website that sits on some poorly thought-out blacklist, seems like the beginnings of a conspiracy theory, rather than a scientific analysis of the problem.

32
Kyle Griffin on Twitter

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Lois Beckett on Twitter

Want to seize control of a country and rule it for decades? You just have to dupe one guy from the New York Times: pic.twitter.com/NopUvwwrxe

34
Inside Fidel Castro’s luxurious life on his secret island getaway

For 17 years, Juan Reinaldo Sanchez served as bodyguard to Fidel Castro. But when he became disillusioned with the Cuban dictator’s hypocrisy and tried to retire in 1994, Castro had him thrown in prison. Sanchez made 10 attempts to escape the island, finally making it to the US in 2008. Now he reveals all in his new book, “The Double Life of Fidel Castro.” In this excerpt, Sanchez exposes “El Jefe’s” privileged life.

35
Americans keep looking away from the election’s most alarming story

Part of the Russian operation’s success is that we cannot measure the effect. Did the DNC emails depress the Sanders vote for Clinton? Did the Podesta emails turn off independents? Would voters have responded differently if major media had reported the email releases not as legitimate news but as an intelligence operation by a hostile foreign power aimed at undermining the integrity of U.S. elections? There are no clear answers. But there are certainties: The email operation increased negative stories about Clinton, fueled an immense propaganda attack and diminished coverage of actual issues. The large polling lead Clinton gained after the debates slipped significantly under this barrage of negativity — even before FBI Director James B. Comey’s bombshell .

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In the war on fake news, school librarians have a huge role to play

It’s part of what we’re calling information overload. We’re just inundated with so much information it becomes just more difficult to parse out where the quality information is. And these fake news sites are increasingly savvy. We used to talk to students about “How does the website look ? Does it look like you could have done it on your laptop or does it look like there’s a corporation behind it?” We used to and still do look at the url: “Is it a .net, is it a .org?” But these new sites are so savvy, the interfaces can be really slick, and they can look a lot like what we consider to be reputable sources. There’s is also now a lot of manipulation of the domains. I saw something not too long ago that had “.edu.co.” We say that if it has an “edu” it’s a reputable site but there’s that added manipulation with the “.co.” It becomes trickier to identify these deceitful sites right away unless you’re really paying attention and doing due diligence.

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Gadgets help you serve better beer, fancy cocktails, ‘aged’ wine at your holiday party

At some point, your guests have to go home, which means they should switch to coffee. There are countless options, and your regular old machine will probably do just fine, but if you want to appease the cold brew lovers, the Bodybrew is a fairly simple, low-tech solution. It’s also another one you have to prepare in advance, but that means less work for you mid-soiree. All you have to do is fill up the basket with coarse grounds, fill the chamber with water, screw everything together, flip it a couple times, and wait 12 to 24 hours depending on how strong you like your brew. You can either serve it cold or add boiling water to make it hot, and you’ll have between 8 and 12 cups of coffee for your guests. Overall, it’s really easy to use (and dishwasher safe!), and my only complaint is that it can be a tad difficult to unscrew the one lid because it’s so wide.

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You could own a real life transformer for $600,000

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Hedgehog-Based Authentication Is the Only Way to Be Truly Secure

Come up with a password, they’ll crack it. Program a key card, they’ll hack it. Tie your identity to a DNA sequence and Russian black hats will break into your bedroom while you’re sleeping and steal all your blood. In the end, there’s only one truly unbreakable security measure: Atelerix albiventris, the humble hedgehog.

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What Happens To Our Brains When We Exercise And How It Makes Us Happier

Most of us are aware of what happens to the body when we exercise. We build more muscle or more stamina. We feel how daily activities like climbing stairs becomes easier if we exercise regularly. When it comes to our brain and mood though, the connection isn’t so clear.

41
HuffPost Tech on Twitter

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42
The Difference Between a Button-Up and Button-Down Shirt

You may not have known there was a difference between button-up and a button-down shirts—and while it’s largely semantic, this video describes both types well, so you know what you’re looking at the next time you shop.

43
Uber and Lyft drivers share their 11 best ride-hailing hacks

"Do not put in a request unless you are prepared to immediately enter a vehicle. That means make sure your food or bar tab is paid for and that you have exited your venue and are standing on the sidewalk waiting for pickup before you request a ride. If I can do this as a rider, so can you. This will also save you a ton on cancellation fees and/or headaches with Uber on trying to recoup those cancellation fees due to your negligence."

44
The 100 Best Android Apps of 2016

As the cooler weather rolls in, I like to take this opportunity to do a little fall cleaning. Summer in New York, you see, requires keeping one's windows closed and air conditioning on at all times. I like to extend this time of renewal to my Android devices as well, sometimes going so far as to perform a complete factory reset so I can consider which apps I really need. And that can be a challenge considering that if you looked at an app from Google Play every second, without stopping, it would take more than 23 days to see them all. Hence, this list: A gathering of apps, some new and some old, that represent the very best that Android has to offer.

45
NES Classic Edition review: The best and worst of retro gaming

Josh stared at me in disbelief. "This is ridiculous," he told me. He's right. The NES Classic makes 8-bit Nintendo games look gorgeous on modern televisions, but its controller cables are too short to allow players to enjoy them from a comfortable distance. Maybe, we mused, it's part of the retro experience: the truncated wiring forced us to sit cross-legged on the floor, just like we did when we were kids -- but we weren't comfortable, and were too close to the 40-inch television to really take-in the whole screen.

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Forbes Tech News on Twitter

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Smartwatches and fitness trackers continue to spread, powered by professionals - TechRepublic

Llamas said, "I think corporations are sensing the benefits that wearables can bring. Number one is a healthier workforce, second is low absenteeism and third is greater productivity. They realize there's also a savings cost that can be realized here. One report claimed companies that brought fitness trackers to their workforce were rewarded with 7% in healthcare expense savings. Seven percent is a small number, but if you're a multi-million or multi-billion dollar company, that's a lot of money to be had. So consider that piece. I mean, why do you think Apple also mentioned that they were partnering with Aetna to get watches?"

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'Star Wars' smartphone caters to your fandom

Most likely, the biggest obstacle will be availability. Sharp's Star Wars phone goes on sale at SoftBank on December 2nd for ¥97,920 (about $865), and it's unlikely that you'll ever see it officially on sale outside of its home country. As it is, the smartphone would lose some of its appeal if you tried to import it. There's no guarantee that it'll fully support your carrier of choice, and the free movie streaming only works in its native market. Unless you live in Japan, you'll have to make do customizing the phone you already have.

49
Fidel Castro died and people won't stop talking about Liam Neeson

Following the news, side-by-side shots of Castro and Neeson began flooding social media, as did jokes of Neeson's shoo-in role as the lead in a future Fidel Castro biopic.

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Firebase App Indexing for Personal Content— Getting Personal Content into Search

Better user experience. Consider Google Keep. The traditional way to open a to-do list would be like opening the app drawer > scroll and find the Google Keep > find the to-do list > open the list. Using the App Indexing, it is just a tap on the search on the home screen and type to find the to-do list.

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56 Why Russia's Heroin Addicts Are Going Through Hell
57 23 Google Maps Tricks You Need to Try
58 Spectacles newest surprise Snapbot pops up in Florida
59 Hermés unveils '80s fashion inspired Apple Watch band
60 Japan plans 130-petaflops China-beating number-crunching supercomputer
61 The Government Wants to Cripple Your Smartphone When You're Driving
62 How the thought acts of the Oxford don J L Austin live on – Nakul Krishna | Aeon Essays
63 13 techie gifts for moms (as picked by moms)
64 Facebook is reportedly building a censorship tool so it can re-enter China
65 Do You Have A F*cking Problem With Swearing At Work?
66 Tree Dazzler Christmas tree lights could spark a new decorating craze
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68 10 Ways to Boost Your Wi-Fi Signal
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71 18 incredible gadgets under $50 that every kitchen should have
72 Tracking Global Tech Giants
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77 Here’s How Boeing Makes Sure Its Brand New Jets Are Ready for Anything
78 Turn Your MacBook Pro Into Kitt From Knight Rider, Compute Like David Hasselhoff
79 News Use Across Social Media Platforms 2016
80 Mobile shopping continues to make an impact on Thanksgiving and Black Friday
81 The Need to Read
82 That Ivanka Trump Quote About Wanting to Spray Her Father With Mace Is Totally Fake
83 Oil and Water Don’t Mix, But They Make for Stunning Photos
84 Google DeepMind could invent the next generation of AI by playing Starcraft 2
85 OK GO shot this awesome 4-minute video in only 4 seconds
86 The Best Soundbars of 2016
87 The Best Survivalist Apps To Get You Out of Tight Situations
88 PRESENTING: The 9 stocks that matter most to hedge funds
89 7 Habits Of Parents Who Leave The Office At 5 P.M. Guilt-Free
90 Google's prototype machine learning software lets you enhance low-res photos
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92 'Resident Evil 7' $180 edition comes with a tiny haunted house