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Samsung's 72-year-old chairman Lee Kun-hee suffered a major heart attack over the weekend, though is now stable, breathing without assistance and undergoing surgery. Samsung insist that there "has been no disruption in the group's day-to-day operation." Read more... Source: Tags: Star Wars Edie Brickell Iggy Azalea david foster wallace... Continue reading
Posted May 12, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Ultimate tip and trick guide to Dwarven Den: Mine smarter, collect items faster, and overcome obstacles easier than ever! In Dwarven Den you are tasked with digging up the remnants of an ancient city that was lost long ago. You'll alternate playing different characters and be given different goals to... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
If you take public transit in a big city, especially New York City, you know the stresses of train delays. But in a perfect world, the flow of transportation is actually an elegantly coordinated system. A visualization called Travic, a collaboration between Geops and the University of Freiburg, lets you... Continue reading
Posted May 8, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Budding town planners and mini-architecture aficionados should enjoy sitting down to get handsy with these Blockitecture sets from Areaware. Lest you think they're easily stacked, the pine pieces aren't actually perfect squares; the different angles make for a fun, Jenga-like assembly of make-believe city-blocks. Read more... Source: Category: The... Continue reading
Posted May 7, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Role-playing games are a dime a dozen on the App Store. How does a new RPG stand out? Slingshot braves from Japanese developer COLOPL does so by using a unique slingshot mechanic. Pull back on your hero, let go, and watch him or her fly into the enemy like a... Continue reading
Posted May 5, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
There's a mysterious code hidden in an increasing number of films, shows, and videogames out there, from The Simpsons to South Park to Toy Story. The list goes forever, including live action features like Avengers, Star Wars, and Hunger Games. The code is the key to a secret society limited... Continue reading
Posted May 4, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Well, that's not how it's supposed to work. A guy cutting down a tree branch gets caught in a gnarly spill when the branch he was cutting down falls and takes him down with it. Nature isn't too kind when you're chopping her off, I guess. Read more... Source: Continue reading
Posted May 3, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
The stark concrete inside of an out-of-service water tower might not spring to mind as a place to take in beautiful views. But Netherlands architecture firm Zecc created just that, using a naked wood stairway to draw viewers to the 150-foot-high observation deck overlooking De Wieden National Park. Check out... Continue reading
Posted May 1, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
France will make quite a statement about feeding the world when it unveils its pavilion at the Milan Expo 2015. Not only will vegetables, herbs, and hops grow on the building's exterior, but that same food will also be served at a restaurant inside. In fact, the whole place is... Continue reading
Posted Apr 30, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
When comiXology announced they were being acquired by Amazon, many folks were wondering if any changes to how they use comiXology would come about. As it turns out, comiXology is making some changes to their iOS and Android apps with regards to the in-app purchase system and check out cart... Continue reading
Posted Apr 26, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
You can make short work of destroying a pencil with a standard Bic lighter, but this fuel-free alternative is arguably a safer way to go about it. Because instead of setting it on fire, all you need is a few minutes of constant twisting to turn turn your Faber-Castells into... Continue reading
Posted Apr 25, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Anarchy. That's what it's like to drive on the streets of Ethiopia. There are no traffic lights, no painted lanes, no rules on who has the right of way, no fear of hitting the car in front of you, and basically no driver has any idea what the other driver... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
You can always swing by Google Trends if you want to gauge the popularity of a given search, but visiting that website every time can be a hassle. Thankfully, there's now an easier way: Google has added a subscription option that sends email... Source: Tags: Real Madrid cesar chavez... Continue reading
Posted Apr 20, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Following a fairly successful soft launch in Canada, Zynga’s FarmVille 2: Country Escape launches globally today on iOS and Android. The Facebook version has been out since 2012, though the new mobile version won’t require a social plug-in to bug your friends for resources. You can also play offline, which... Continue reading
Posted Apr 18, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Despite seized vehicles, a court order and possible €10,000 fine (per pickup!), Uber says its UberPOP ride-sharing service remains available in Brussels. In its blog, the company complained that the original lawsuit was filed by Brussels radio taxi... Source: Similar Articles: Valeria Lukyanova Crimea goldie hawn Paula Patton Winters... Continue reading
Posted Apr 16, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Some people move entire houses with cranes and trucks. Not the Mennonites. They just get 80 men inside a house, lift it off its original foundation, and move it into a new location. That's how Mennonites roll, folks. Read more... Source: Similar Articles: Malik McDowell Get Lucky Continue reading
Posted Apr 15, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Under Armour is about to release a new line of gear coated in a sheath of sturdy plastic, designed to provide support while also flexing with the shape of your movement. "Clutchfit," as the new tech is called, isn't aesthetics—it's science. Read more... Source: Similar Articles: Adam Brody happy... Continue reading
Posted Apr 14, 2014 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Where we're going, we don't need roads... we need a zipline, thought these intrepid Russians. Because, in order to cross a violent river without a bridge nearby, crazy Russians thought it would be smart to strap their car to a zipline and let it fly by to the other side.... Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Beware, Pocket and Instapaper: the folks at Facebook HQ are testing a feature that encroaches upon your "save-for-later" territory. This new function currently appears for some mobile users as an iBook bookmark-esque button next to status updates with links, although it actually saves the content of the link itself. You... Continue reading
Posted Nov 28, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Say goodbye to ESPN's ScoreCenter app. Don't worry though, the sports broadcast network has renamed the popular mobile software SportsCenter alongside a redesign. The refresh brings video highlights, social functionality and personalized content to those looking to remain up to speed or follow along on-the-go. For example, you'll now be... Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Dropbox is taking another shot at the enterprise with a completely redesigned version of its service that allows end users to see separate containers for personal and work content on the same device simultaneously and gives more control to IT administrators over corporate files, including real-time monitoring of where files... Continue reading
Posted Nov 19, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Enjoying some one-on-one time with her mom, Lea Michele went to Real Foods Daily for dinner in West Hollywood on Friday (November 15). Arriving in Cory Monteith's old Range Rover, the "Glee" star looked cute in a sparkly black top, black scarf, and blue jeans as she headed inside with... Continue reading
Posted Nov 16, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
Carbon dioxide's new-found signalling role could be applied to blood flow, birth and deafness PUBLIC RELEASE DATE: 13-Nov-2013 [ | E-mail ] Share Contact: Luke Harrison [email protected] University of Warwick New research reveals exactly how the body measures carbon dioxide and suggests that far from being a metabolic waste product,... Continue reading
Posted Nov 13, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
DETROIT (AP) — Detroit's mayor-elect said Wednesday that far too much had been made of his skin color during a successful campaign that will make him the predominantly black city's first white mayor in four decades. Appearing at his first news conference as mayor-elect, Mike Duggan said he would meet... Continue reading
Posted Nov 10, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog
2013 has been a good year for Tesla, as the pool of Model S owners has grown considerably -- 19,000 of the cars are currently on the road, and the company's building 550 more every week. While this has led to Tesla turning a profit for the first time and... Continue reading
Posted Nov 7, 2013 at Carolfinnadene5's blog