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    Dubai Police Will Use Google Glass
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    Police in Dubai have begun using Google Glass as part of an effort to crack down on traffic violations. This week traffic officers are testing the wearable devices, and they intend to use the wearable gadget to identify wanted vehicles and also to issue fines to motorists. The Dubai Police developed two custom applications: one to capture and upload photos of traffic violators, and another to identify wanted cars based on licensed plate numbers.
    "If it passes our testing criteria as well as we see that it is a useful device, then we might decide to launch it and buy more of it," Al Razooqi said. Using the apps developed by his unit, police can capture and upload photos to the department's database by tapping the side of the headset, and can capture license numbers simply by looking at a car's plates. These numbers will be automatically cross-referenced against a central database to flag any wanted cars.
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    Actor Peter Dinklage summarizes ‘Game of Thrones’ in 45 seconds.
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    Makeup artist Elsa Rhae transforms herself into all kinds of characters... Awesome!
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    Sleeping pig wakes up to the smell of a cookie...
    UrbanUndercover Underwear With A Hidden Pocket In The Back To Carry An Extra
    UrbanUndercover Underwear (currently a nearly-funded Kickstarter campaign), a hidden pocket in the rear that allows you to carry a #sparepair wherever you go without fear of an embarrassing, unplanned reveal. You don't have to carry underwear in it though, you can also carry tampons, wet wipes, cash and ID -- anything that will fit. 
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    A Japanese company Sending A Can Of Powdered Energy Drink To The Moon Next

    A Japanese company Sending A Can Of Powdered Energy Drink To The Moon Next
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    Japanese drink manufacturer Otsuka plans to send a can of powdered energy drink to the moon's surface in October, 2015.
    "Japanese beverage maker Otsuka is sending a 1 kilogram titanium can filled with powdered sports drink and children's dreams to the moon. The specially designed canister, which contains a shipment of Otsuka's Pocari Sweat powder, will mark a disturbing new frontier for humanity: the first commercial product delivered to another world for marketing purposes.
    The canister will be carried to the lunar surface aboard the first planned private moon-landing mission, set to take place in October 2015. Otsuka says it hopes that the stunt will inspire young people to become astronauts, so they can travel the 380,000 kilometers (236,121 miles) to our closest celestial neighbor, crack open the can, and consume the powder inside.
    The capsule will be conveyed to the moon by the Falcon 9 rocket. The Falcon 9, designed to be a potentially reusable means of space travel by Elon Musk's SpaceX, has already made three successful supply runs to the International Space Station, but the planned mission in October 2015 would be the first time one of its rockets has successfully provided propulsion to the moon."
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    Joe Michalczuk, an entertainment reporter for Sky News, got a bunch of celebrities he interviewed for work to congratulate his wife Jenny on their wedding.
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    Jins Meme Sensory Glasses Alerts You When You  re Too Tired to
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    Jins Meme eyewear has six-axis acceleration sensor and the ability to sense electrical potentials (Electro Oculography) generated by the movement of eyes. It also has three additional sensors on the frame on the touch points of the wearer’s face in order to detect and monitor changes in body physics. These trendy glasses weigh just 36 grams and can be recharged to give 8 hours of continuous usage. The Jins Meme glasses sync with an app on your smartphone so you can keep track of your stats and check your over physical status. With the glasses on, you’ll be able to monitor your tiredness or sleepiness level, concentration level, and signs of sleep. The Jins Meme glasses will debut in 2015 and will cost an estimated 70,0000 Yen, which is about US$685. Watch the video!
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    Giant Cathedral Ring
    if you liked it you should have put a giant cathedral ring on it? Made by MetalCoutureJewelry. It’s wearable art – a sculpture for the hand that sticks out 50mm in the air as it displays the ominous structure of darkness.
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    Blanka swears he's not a baby-eating monster, but Dale (Pete) has his doubts. Feat. Matt McCarthy.
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