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  • Why Do We Like Our Own Farts?

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Gear | Video
    Why Do We Like Our Own Farts? by AsapSCIENCE
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    Street Legal Batmobile: Man Spends Two Years Building Iconic 1989

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Street Legal Batmobile Man Spends Two Years Building Iconic
    Car | Other


    Zac spent two years build his Batmobile, which is based on the 1989 Batmobile, with the help of his grandfather who is an engineer, and he uses his Batmobile to help sick children.
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    Picture of day: Amazing image of the Earth and the Moon taken outside lunar orbit

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Picture of day Amazing image of the Earth and the Moon taken outside lunar
    Gear | Pic
    China's National Space Agency has released this stunning image of the Earth and the Moon from an extraordinary vantage point. Taken by China's Chang'e 5 spacecraft.
      

    Bizarre Lego mash-up by Alexandre Tisser

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Bizarre Lego mashup by Alexandre Tisser
    Gear | Pic
    Buenos Aires based Alexandre Tisser imagines a series of prints for a new campaign titled, Fiction meets Fiction. More images after more.
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    Arno Dorian's Phantom Blade (Assassin's Creed Unity) - Man At Arms

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Gear | Video
    "This week, we're recreating Arno Dorian's Phantom Blade from Assassin's Creed Unity!"
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    Musician plays eerie sounding instrument

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Gear | MusicKit
    Görkem Şen of Istanbul designed this large musical instrument he calls the Yaybahar. He really starts playing it around the 2 minute mark.
    "The vibrations from the strings are transmitted via the coiled springs to the frame drums. These vibrations are turned into sound by the membranes which echo back and forth on the coiled springs. This results in an unique listening experience with an hypnotic surround sound."
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    LEGO-Style Apartment Transforms Into Infinite Spaces

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Home | Design
    When Christian Schallert isn't cooking, dressing, sleeping or eating, his 24 square meter (258 square feet) apartment looks like an empty cube. To use a piece of furniture, he has to build it. Located in Barcelona's hip Born district, the tiny apartment is a remodeled pigeon loft. Designed by architect Barbara Appolloni.
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    Geeky game-pixel handbag

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Geeky gamepixel handbag
    Style | Bag
    Thinkgeek's $50 Pixelle Sprite Bag is a purse decorated with awesome, repeating 8-bit game-sprites.
      

    Microsoft Lumia 535 Smartphone

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Microsoft Lumia 535 Smartphone In Action
    Gear | Phone


    Microsoft officially announced their new mobile the Lumia 535, and now  the company has posted a video of the handset. The phone will use Windows Phone 8.1, the video below give us a look at the design of the phone and some of the new features on the device.
    The Microsoft Lumia 535 smartphone furture a 5 inch qHD display with a resolution of 960 x 540 pixel, a quad core 1.2GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 200 processor, 1GB of RAM and 8GB of included storage, and a a microSD card slot that will allow you to add in an extra 128GB of storage. Microsoft officially announced the Lumia 535, Available in a range of bright colors.
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    How Franchising Saved LEGO from Bankrupcy [Infographic]

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    How Franchising Saved LEGO from Bankrupcy
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    This enlightning infographic shows exactly how franchising deals saved LEGO from bankrupcy. As seen in the infographic below, after a sudden decrease in revenue around 2003, the company started reporting licensing expenses, resulting in always increasing revenue from 2005, taking the company to never seen before heights.
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    Obama Calls For Net Neutrality Rules

    By Ben on Tue Nov 11 2014 |
    Gear | Video
    "President Obama today urged the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to take up the strongest possible rules to protect net neutrality, the principle that says Internet service providers (ISPs) should treat all internet traffic equally."
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