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Monday, October 08, 2012
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Did You Know 3 Billion USB Products Are Shipped Every Year?
4:59:51 AMFran Berkman
The USB is often described as ubiquitous, and with good reason. An acronym for Universal Serial Bus, the USB's purpose is to connect peripherals to a computer. From techie to casual computist, seeing a product with the familiar USB connector...

SpaceX Dragon Capsule Successfully Sent Toward the ISS [VIDEO]
12:42:04 AMStan Schroeder
SpaceX has successfully launched a Dragon capsule toward the International Space Station Sunday night. The Dragon is carrying half a ton of equipment and supplies, and if all goes well, it should arrive at the ISS Wednesday, Oct. 10. After...

10 Nifty Necklaces That Double as USB Drives
Sunday, October 07, 2012 8:38 PMAmy-Mae Elliott
USB drives are one of the most useful items you can carry. To ensure you're never without storage, consider a flash drive necklace to keep your portable memory on you at all times. We have found 10 excellent examples of USB drive necklaces, to...

Is the Samsung Galaxy Note II Too Big?
Sunday, October 07, 2012 1:29 PMPocketnow
One of the most interesting things about category-defining devices is that they tend to polarize opinions based on one or several unique characteristics. Also, these standout features typically survive into the products' sequels, which typically...

15 Brilliant, Spooky, Hilarious and Creative Cinemagrams
Sunday, October 07, 2012 12:48 PMAmy-Mae Elliott
As the popularity of photography apps continues to rise on mobile platforms, people are finding creative new ways to share special moments with their friends. Cinemagram, a free iOS app that creates animated "cines," lets users add filters and...

Google Doodle Celebrates Physicist Niels Bohr's 127th Birthday
Sunday, October 07, 2012 10:20 AMSeth Fiegerman
Sunday's Google Doodle celebrates the 127th birthday of Niels Bohr, the Nobel Prize-winning physicist who revolutionized our understanding of the structure of atoms. The Google Doodle shows off the atomic model that Bohr came up with in 1913....

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