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Sea-Monkeys documentary explores toy creator's dark side

Watch this mini-documentary on the history of the pop culture pet sensation Sea-Monkeys and how they swam into the imaginations of kids worldwide.

5 tech companies who had the best year in 2016

It’s that time of the year. As we approach the end of 2016, it’s important to take a step back and take a moment to reflect on all the progress we’ve accomplished over the last 12 months. Europe, are you ready? TNW Conference is back for its 12th year. Explore our speakers and attendees now. …

iOS 10 and iOS 10.2 features and updates

Apple's iOS 10.2 update is the latest version

Ultimate Dungeons & Dragons table features embedded monitor

The "Super-Fan Builds" webseries makes the kind of D&D table that would impress even the pickiest dungeon master.

Stroy Moyd’s dating show in an Uber goes from meme to mainstream

For years, Oakland based standup Stroy Moyd has been driving for Uber and Lyft part-time to generate supplemental income. It's a familiar story to anyone..

Fuck 2016: An ode to all that is awful

2016 was the Gregorian calendar’s version of venereal disease. Dropping a glorified disco ball and shouting ‘Happy New Year’ will ease the symptoms, but like VD you’ll never shake the feeling that fewer bad decisions could have kept it from happening in the first place. Unfortunately, they don’t make prophylactics for a bad year. If they had, though, we might …

Hatchimals: everything you’re too embarrassed to ask

If the word "Hatchimal" sounds like utter nonsense to you, you’ve come to the right place. The toy craze of 2016 has, for many Americans, been released from its temporary, concealed home beneath...

Everything coming to Netflix, Amazon Prime, and HBO Now in January

I think it’s safe to say that we’re all looking forward to 2016 dancing itself right off the stage of history and ushering in a new year where hopefully everything isn’t the most terrible thing...

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The Verge 2016 tech report card: Drones

2016 in drones averages somewhere between A+ level successes and some C- stinkers. I’ve got high hopes for 2017, especially if the industry can find ways to continue shrinking the form factor of consumer quadcopters so they feel more like smartphones. It also might be time for some of these companies to think outside the box, bringing what they’ve learned in the sky to land and sea. Drones, like driverless cars, are really an expression of the advances happening in robotics, computer vision, and artificial intelligence. Their killer use case for the average consumer is still waiting to be discovered.

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Lucid Motors partners with Mobileye for their autonomous car

Lucid Motors, a luxury car manufacturer from California, has chosen Mobileye as its main supplier for camera, radar, and lidar sensors, which will enable self-driving.

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Game of the Year - Best of 2016 Awards - IGN

From IGN's Review: "Forza Horizon 3 is a masterclass in open-world racing and bigger and better than its excellent predecessor across the board. It looks fantastic, the car selection and customisation is second to none, and the size and variety of the sprawling Australian outback is magnificent. Above all, Horizon 3 never loses sight of the fact that tearing through postcard-perfect locations should be fun, and it puts the tools in our hands to keep it that way, always. This is the racing game I’ve been waiting for, and it's officially my favourite thing on four wheels. A fair dinkum triumph, mates."

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Report: Russia penetrated U.S. electrical grid

Russia penetrated Vermont utility company computer Malware linked to a Russian hacking group was found Friday on a Burlington Electric Department computer not connected to the grid. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2hBt1Cg

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What New Year's Eve celebrations look like around the world

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9 tech resolutions for 2017

From getting healthy to volunteering more, people use the new year as a reason to start over or just plain start doing something. In fact,

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Take a look back at the year in connected health for 2016

There’s not a simple solution. It requires consumer understanding of the need to secure their health data and the need for health data companies to employ advanced data analytics to preempt data breaches. As our physical selves continue become increasingly quantified in 2017, we’ll need to be on the look out as to how our health information is secured.

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My Big Tech Predictions for 2017

This has been "the next big thing" for the past few years and may become the hot ticket for 2017. I sure hope it is, so I can figure out what good it is. I cannot see it creeping too much into everyday life because we already have too many "things" that are not compatible. There is no way to develop a strategy to incorporate legacy toasters, for example. In the world of industry, high-end smart homes , and some other niche markets, it may have an impact eventually.

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Watch astronauts win the Mannequin Challenge on the International Space Station

On Sunday we generally have a day off with the crew and we often have a bit of fun in microgravity. We got the whole International Space Station crew together and took the #MannequinChallenge to new heights. The result is kind of sci-fi spooky don't you think? Dimanche, c'est notre jour de repos et on a le temps de s'amuser un peu avec l'impesanteur... Tout l’équipage s’y est mis pour vous offrir le seul « mannequin challenge » de l’espace et par la même occasion une petite visite de la Station spatiale internationale ! On dirait un mélange de science-fiction et de cinéma d’anticipation, non ?

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Facebook Celebrates New Year's Eve in the Saddest Way

As 2016 comes to a close, many people will countdown the seconds until midnight with friends and family. For some it will be a party, for others, it will be a burial—but they’ll have their loved ones close to experience it together. But many people will be alone, and Facebook has just the thing to bring some New Year cheer to those sadly staring at their news feed.

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How to fix the nasty prank going around that breaks the iPhone Messages app

First, vincedes3 recommends visiting an HTML link on your iPhone . It is supposed to open a new text message, which frees up the Messages app enough for you to send and receive texts. Make sure to delete the thread with the cursed contact card.

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Apple AirPods review: Do they actually stay in your ears?

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13 people who had a great 2016 (who you can actually be happy for)

All my love ones meet my JOY!! MY HAPPINESS!! MY SON!! ASAHD KHALED YOUNG ICON!!!!!!!! My son truly showed me what love is what joy is what happiness is !!! ASAHD YOU SHOWED ME WHAT LIFE IS !! I'm so grateful GOD HAS BLESSED ME WIT MY BIGGEST BLESSING!!! ASAHD I GOT US FOREVER !! I LOVE YOU!! ASAHD YOU MY EVERYTHING!! MY LIFE HAS CHANGED ! FOR THE BETTER BECAUSE OF YOU SON!! MY TEARS ARE HAPPINESS , JOY!!!! ASAHD YOU MADE ME EVEN STRONGER !! ASAHD I HAD SUCH A BIG BIG AMAZING BLESSING YEAR!! And came from YOU AND GOD !! I WILL WORK HARD FOR YOU ASAHD I WILL GIVE YOU NOTHING BUT JOY!! I WILL RAISE YOU WIT LOVE JOY!! I LOVE YOU SO MUCH! NO WORDS CAN EXPLAIN HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU !! TO MY QUEEN THANK YOU FOR BIRTHING MY BIGGEST BLESSING! My SON ASAHD TUCK KHALED!! I LOVE YOU! FAN LUV AND ALL MY FAM IM ABOUT LET GO HUNDRED PICS OF THE YOUNG ICON ASAHD KHALED !!!!! 🙏🏽🔑🙏🏽🦁🌞👑😀 I LOVE YOU SO MUCH !!

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Top 10 algorithms in Interview Questions - GeeksforGeeks

In this post “Top 10 coding problems of important  topics with their solutions ” are written. If you are preparing for a coding interview, going through these problems is a must.

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Affordable audiophile bliss: ELAC speakers and their new little amplifier

Pairing the Element with ELAC's terrific Uni-Fi UB5 bookshelf speakers seemed like an obvious place to start, and indeed the sound was big and bold. All the things I like about the Uni-Fi UB5 speakers were in full force: near holographic imaging, substantial deep bass, lifelike midrange and clear highs. With Radiohead's "A Moon Shaped Pool" album, the Element/Uni-Fi UB5 sound was excellent, very transparent, with razor sharp imaging, and solid deep bass, even without a subwoofer! The speakers and Element together would make for a great affordable audiophile starter system.

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17 Hidden Apple TV Features You Should Know

Here's how to navigate the new and old Apple TV, with some special tricks for the updated model.

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Oscar Isaac posts 'Star Wars VIII' set photo of Fisher, Hamill

The actor who plays Poe Dameron posts a candid behind-the-scenes photo of Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker with the late Carrie Fisher as General Leia.

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Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Will Be Buried Together

In an interview with 20/20, Fisher said, “From the family’s perspective, this is Debbie’s destiny. She didn’t want to leave Carrie and did not want to her to be alone.”

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Brain.fm’s AI-powered audio tracks are like a mind-focusing drug (80% off)

Streams are also matched to your task length, so you’ll get just the right music calibrated for a 10 to 15 minute nap, an hour or two of intensive work, or an entire night’s sleep. Your subscription will also give you access to premium-only content, as well as help track your work progress.

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The robots are coming to CES! (And we can't wait to meet them)

Robots for consumers typically come in one of three categories. One group is service robots, like the Roomba vacuum and pool-cleaning bots, that perform specific tasks. Then there are social robots, like Pepper or Sanbot that have humanoid features play games and nag you to do everyday chores, like brush your teeth. Fully humanoid robots sit at the top of the heap and are being readied to perform care and nursing functions, such as the picking people up to help them maintain autonomy and stay in their own homes if they are elderly or injured.

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Google Tango on Lenovo's Phab 2 Pro: a work in progress

There’s a lot going on with the Lenovo Phab 2 Pro smartphone, a dizzying array of things to consider. The first is that it’s massive, barely qualifying as a phone, with a 6.4-inch display and hard, chamfered edges that make it feel like a weaponized phablet. The second thing to consider is that this a Lenovo phone. For people in China, India, or Vietnam, this is not an anomaly. But in the US, where we prize our high-priced iPhones and Samsungs and various other Android phones, Lenovo is a brand-new entrant. The third and most important thing to consider is this is the only device you can buy right now that supports Google Tango. Tango is Google-made software that, combined with specific hardware, offers advanced 3D sensing. If basic augmented reality creates a flat layer of digital information on your smartphone screen — think Pokémon Go , with the game content built on top of your real world — Tango goes beyond that, to the point where it interprets and measures spaces and objects around you and then lets you interact with digital things as though they’re really, physically there.

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3 alternative Facebook apps for Android and iOS

Like Puffin, Swipe for Facebook is a lightweight web-wrapper app, so color schemes and visual tweaks aside, it's a lot like using the mobile version of Facebook. You'll be able to browse your timeline, edit your profile, approve friend requests, and block images to save data, and the app also has extra security options like a PIN or fingerprint lock. If you'd rather use the Messenger app to do your chatting, Swipe for Facebook will also let you choose your messages client, which is a nice feature. You can access your messages from within the app or follow links to the outside Messenger app.

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Trump's New Year's tweet is the most Trump-like possible

President-elect Donald Trump tweeted his New Year's wishes on Saturday morning, and they do not disappoint. Choosing to steer clear of a neutral, hopeful message for the future, Trump instead sent a tauntingly boastful signal to his enemies.

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TechCrunch’s top 10 hardware startup videos of 2016

1. Mini Robotic Printer by Zuta Labs Small enough to fit into the palm of your hand, this wireless device makes it easy to print documents or photos on the go. The printer rolls back and forth on any paper giving you a full print in about a minute.

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iOS 10.3 Beta 1 with New Theatre Mode Rumored to Be Released on January 10

As per famed leaker Sonny Dickson, Apple will be releasing iOS 10.3 to developers early next month (January 10th). The upcoming version of the OS will come with a new feature called Theatre mode along with a new “popcorn-shaped” Control Center icon.

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Tech Trends That Need to Die in 2017

The thing about trends—tech or otherwise—is that you might be able to start one, but you can’t end one. They are a reflection of society’s needs and desires. Still, that doesn’t keep us from trying to dispatch a few trends every year that we think deserve to die. Here are our offerings to the tech grim reaper.

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No, Russia didn't hack Vermont's power grid

Despite what you might have read in this alarming story in the Washington Post, Russia did not hack Vermont's power authority. report this ad Here's what really happened: in the aftermath of the US government's statements about Russian state-implicated hacking of the US election, government departments across the country audited their systems, looking for instances of the malware that was implicated in the DNC hack. One laptop at the Vermont utility -- not connected to the grid -- was found to have been infected by this malware, which is available for purchase by anyone through the criminal, underground marketplaces for hacking tools. There's a lot of room between "Russia pwned Vermont's power-grid" and "a single computer was compromised by Russian-made malware that anyone can buy and use." THIS MATTERS not only because one of the nation’s major newspaper once again published a wildly misleading, fear-mongering story about Russia. It matters even more because it reflects the deeply irrational and ever-spiraling fever that is being cultivated in U.

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The Morning After: Weekend Edition

If you don't want your digital assistant taking notes on a criminal conspiracy, you might want to disable its microphone. Police requested information from Amazon because they believe an Echo speaker could have picked up evidence of a murder. Amazon declined the request (and it's unclear whether any relevant information was recorded), but the prosecution's case is being helped by a different connected device: the defendant's smart water meter.

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34% off TurboTax Deluxe 2016 Tax Software Federal & State - Deal Alert

TurboTax coaches you every step of the way and double checks your return as you go to handle even the toughest tax situations, so you can be confident you’re getting every dollar you deserve. Its typical list price of $59.99 has been reduced a generous 34% to $39.86, a deal that is exclusive to Amazon. Learn more, or take advantage of the deal now, on Amazon .

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The Best Gaming Laptops of 2017

Display In terms of display size, a 15-inch screen is the sweet spot for a gaming laptop. You can buy larger 17-inch displays, but this can jack up the weight to way beyond 5 pounds. We've seen 12-pound "portables" in the gaming sector that will definitely weigh down your backpack. We recommend at least a full HD (1,920-by-1,080-resolution) screen. Larger displays are capable of giving you higher-than-1080p resolutions, but choose wisely, as QHD+ (3,200-by-1,800) resolution will boost the final cost twice: first for the panel, and second for the higher-quality graphics card needed to drive it. Because they usually require dual GPUs for the smoothest gameplay at native resolution, 4K (3,840-by-2,160-resolution) gaming laptops are becoming more common, but they're expensive. And keep in mind that because only the most powerful graphics cards will be able to render complex animation at playable frame rates across the full screen at 4K, a 1080p screen may actually be a better use of your money if all you do is game.

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This Is the Best of Lifehacker 2016

At the end of every year, we take a look back at our most popular posts to reminisce (and to help you catch any stuff you might have missed). Here’s one last look at our best posts in 2016.

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Expect Deeper and Cheaper Machine Learning

In building hardware for that, a company called Nervana Systems, which was recently acquired by Intel , has been leading the charge. According to Scott Leishman, a computer scientist at Nervana, the Nervana Engine, an ASIC deep-learning accelerator, will go into production in early to mid-2017. Leishman notes that another computationally intensive task—bitcoin mining—went from being run on CPUs to GPUs to FPGAs and, finally, on ASICs because of the gains in power efficiency from such customization. “I see the same thing happening for deep learning,” he says.

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What New Year's Eve celebrations look like around the world

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Forbes Welcome

People will never define you for how many times you fall but how many times that you stand up.

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Most viral Facebook recipes are too gross to eat

As Vanity Fair reporter Maya Kosoff rightly pointed out , this is disgusting. Are you supposed to drink the wine first and then gnaw on your reanimated waxy chunk? If you’re making these for a party, won’t the cheese start to sweat and fold in on itself as the shots sit for hours on the snack table? For that matter, is gripping a cylinder of cheese in your clammy paw supposed to be a pleasant party sensation? Then there’s the small issue that perhaps no one wants their wine to taste like it’s been soaked in microwaved cheddar.

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Doctor Who Superhero Special Is a Smash in the US, But Might Bomb in Britain

The latest Doctor Who Christmas special doesn’t look to have wowed audiences in the UK, but it turns out Americans love combining their Doctors with superheroes. It’s the most-watched episode in BBC America history.

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The top 30 Blender developers 2016 - blender.org

Luca (Brazil) is to my knowledge the youngest on this list. With his 19 years he’s impressing everyone with in-depth knowledge of simulation techniques and courage to dive into Blender’s ancient cloth code to fix it up.

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Parents' lawsuit claims FaceTime caused daughter's death

Commentary: A Texas family claims that because the driver of a car that crashed into theirs, killing their daughter, was on FaceTime, Apple should pay.

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Watch the ball drop in Times Square with this New Year's Eve livestream

Yes, there will be a few New Year's Eve shows broadcasting the festivities from New York City, but if you want the official livestream delivering real-time action, the official Time Square site has what you need.

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How the Nintendo Zapper Light Gun Actually Works

There’s a lot more to be explored in the full video embedded below. The 8-Bit Guy goes through the more complicated process involved in a light pen working, he asks an expert why there weren’t more games that used the Zapper, he opens the gun up to see what’s inside and there’s a lot of cool trivia. Did you know that the second controller could actually control the duck? I didn’t. Check it out.

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Can deterrence counter the threat of cyberweapons? - TechRepublic

It seems that Denning feels naming and shaming national governments can be a strong deterrent. As an example, Denning refers to a cyber incident between the US and China. "The U.S. brought charges in 2014 against five Chinese military hackers for targeting American companies," explains Denning. "A year later, the U.S. and China agreed not to steal nor exploit each other's corporate secrets for commercial advantage. In the wake of those events, cyber espionage from China plummeted."

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Don't Hold Your Failures Against Yourself, Most People Don't Even See Them

So what does this mean? It means that no one on earth is aware of all the failures you have experienced (nor do they probably care to know). So if you feel like you are a ‘failure’ just know that you are solely responsible for giving yourself that label. Nobody else can label you as a failure. Only you can label yourself as one since only you are aware of how many times you have actually failed.

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NASA's Favorite Photos of 2016 Will Remind You There's Still Good in This World

Photo Credit: (NASA/Bill Ingalls) The Soyuz MS-01 spacecraft is rolled out by train to the launch pad at the Baikonur Cosmodrome, Kazakhstan, Monday, July 4, 2016. NASA astronaut Kate Rubins, cosmonaut Anatoly Ivanishin of the Russian space agency Roscosmos, and astronaut Takuya Onishi of the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) will launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan the morning of July 7, Kazakh time (July 6 Eastern time.) All three will spend approximately four months on the orbital complex, returning to Earth in October.

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Decrypted by Bloomberg on iTunes

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Amazing Plan to Save Rare Pig Breed From Extinction: Eat Them

Susan Frank—whose farm is home to dozens of the country’s remaining 500 registered purebred mulefoot hogs—has received $50,000 from the US Department of Agriculture to help save the rare pig. She believes that if people become interested in eating the mulefoot pig, farmers will have an incentive to keep breeding them.

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What to expect from Apple in 2017

After a year full of various stumbles, Apple is exiting 2016 on shakier ground than it started. Besides the next iPhone, there doesn't seem to be too much coming in the pipeline to get super excited about. The big challenge for Apple in 2017 will be to unlock more potential from its products by continuing to improve where it's always been the weakest: AI, software, and other digital services.

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2016 Is Almost Over, So Here's Some Marvel Guys With No Shirts On

Moviefone created this sexy vignette of the times Marvel guys remove their shirts (hint: it’s a lot) to give all of us at home a little post-holiday cheer for the end of 2016. And you know what? It’s working. Sometimes, when things are darkest, you just have to take pleasure in the simple things. Whether it’s a gentle sunrise looming over the horizon, the sound of a child’s laughter, or a bunch of ripped dudes showing their six-packs while fighting evil.

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The worst gadgets of 2016

2016 was a year in which the fates seemingly asked, "Oh, you think that's bad? Here, hold my beer." We lost a Prince but gained a nacho-cheese-flavored, would-be king. We saw drones that couldn't stop falling out of the sky, Snapchat filters that only a racist uncle could love and more poorly executed gadget gimmicks than you can shake a selfie stick at. Here are some of the cringe-worthiest consumer products we had the misfortune of covering this year.

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What are My Nintendo Points in Super Mario Run?

Those are really the only meaningful rewards you can get with My Nintendo Points. Right now the only other three are a white flower patch, Block E and the gold Mario Statue. These decorate your Mushroom Kingdom but don’t do anything else. I have to say though, I remember the older Super Mario games having gold Mario statues as grand prizes, so I spent my hard-earned 300 My Nintendo points on that. He now happily stands tall in my kingdom. Nostalgia sells .

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San Francisco Restaurant: What If iPad Was Plate?

A San Francisco restaurant with three Michelin stars has discovered an incredible new iPad hack—it can also be a plate.

51 TNW's tech person of the year
52 http://bloom.bg/2iBmx4y
53 Google doodle eagerly awaits new year
54 Nintendo Switch release date, news and features
55 What makes a planet a planet?
56 10 of the best Windows 10 apps for 2016
57 8 things that disappeared in 2016
58 Forbes Welcome
59 Self-driving cars to headline CES 2017 - Roadshow
60 The top 10 most-viewed ads on YouTube in 2016
61 Rumor: Apple to Launch 5-inch iPhone with Dual-Camera Setup in 2017
62 Silicon Valley's obscure unicorns could boost 2017 IPO market
63 ageitgey/show-facebook-computer-vision-tags
64 Saber a Champagne Bottle With a Spoon
65 Uber driver insults famous football coach (who's the passenger)
66 Smartwatches failed to excite in 2016
67 5 Super Mario Run Annoyances and How To Fix Them
68 White House fails to make case that Russian hackers tampered with election
69 Top 15 Fun and Useful iPhone Apps for Christmas
70 7 ways online dating became more advanced in 2016
71 How to Optimize a Business Page on Facebook | MarTech
72 Run-DMC sues Amazon and other retailers for trademark violations
73 Next-gen Hyundai Tucson Fuel Cell to get a big range boost - Roadshow
74 The 25 Best Fitness Apps of 2017
75 'Within expectations:' Apple will cut iPhone production to start 2017
76 From Bowie to Solange: Here are the top 10 albums of 2016
77 Browse Online Safely and Anonymously With NolimitVPN Premium [Deals Hub]
78 Indian Officials to Assess Incentives Requested by Apple
79 Uber says there will be 'no surprises' with fares on New Year's Eve
80 7 TED Talks on how your brain constructs reality
81 How male allies can support women in technology
82 https://mobile.slashdot.org/story/16/12/31/2156221/google-and-facebook-dominate-the-list-of-2016s-top-ten-apps?utm_source=slashdot&utm_medium=twitter
83 Not Everyone Wants to Shop on Amazon
84 Mashable on Twitter
85 Gizmodo on Twitter
86 The TheTechNewsBlog Daily
87 Russia Hysteria Infects WashPost Again: False Story About Hacking U.S. Electric Grid
88 Donald J. Trump on Twitter
89 40 female founders who crushed it in 2016
90 CNNTech on Twitter