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10 Very Annoying Things

1. People who point at their wrist asking for the time… I know where my watch is pal, where the hell is yours? Do I point at my crotch when I ask where the toilet is? 2. People who are willing to get off their a** to search the entire...
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Schumacher Sedation Reduced

Doctors treating injured Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher are reducing his sedation to prepare to bring him out of a coma, his manager says. This step will allow the “waking up process” to start, Sabine Kehm said in a statement. But...
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Muslim Brotherhood HQ Stormed

Massive protests have rocked Cairo, Egypt’s capital as demonstrators have taken to the streets demanding that Egypt’s ruling Islamist President Morsi, resign. Written by Chris White The protests which continued throughout most of the night...
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Something Big Already Begun?

“This Could Be the Start of Something Big” a song written by Steve Allen could have been written about the decade of the sixties. Fifty years ago Martin Luther King Jr. had a dream which was a pivotal chapter in the civil rights movement. ...
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Google Street View adds 250,000 miles of roadways

With fallout still swirling from Apple’s decision to replace Google Maps with its own mobile mapping, Google on Thursday announced the biggest upgrade ever to its Street View tool. The update adds more than 250,000 miles of roadways in 17...
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Two games in one in ‘XCOM: Enemy Unknown

(CNN) — It is hard enough to make one good video game. Trying to make two at the same time is a challenge not many developers try to tackle. But the creators of a recently released, turn-based strategy game hope that by blending two differing...
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Google awards $60,000 prize for Chrome hack

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Google is one of a growing number of companies to offer a “bug bounty” to hackers who can find security issues in its products — and on Wednesday, a teenager scored the top $60,000 prize for uncovering a vulnerability...