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Solar-Powered Bikini Charges Your Phone While Laying Out On The Beach [PICTURES]

This is really neat! However, is it really practical? I think so. In fact I think it's EXTREMELY practical. So say you're laying out on the beach all day gettin' your tan on and you want to listen to your iPod or play Angry Birds. With this bikini you can do so without dropping battery juice. No word yet rather or not you can swim in this "swim suit" or rather or ...

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How Apple Freaks Can Save The Economy GUARANTEED! [PICTURE]

This is so hilarious and so true! Apple freaks would pay $2.99 for a $.25 quarter if an Apple logo was placed on it. Imagine the boost in our economy if the Government was able to pull off this scam! In all fairness... That $2.99 quarter would be excellent quality. It would never tarnish and it would hold it's value... UNLIKE THE U.S. DOLLAR. ;) - Michael ...

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Survey Says: College Students Would Give Up Sex to Get Electronic Text Books

Would you give up sex for an entire year in exchange for electronic textbooks? According to a new survey by education software company Kno, Inc., 70 percent of students say they'd prefer to have electronic books, and 25 percent say they're so tired of dragging around backpacks full of books that they'd willingly become celibate. For an entire year. Sure, there ...

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BREAKING: iPhone 5 Expected to be Released by Early September

"BGR has exclusively learned that AT&T has begun communicating launch plans internally for Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5 handset. We have been told that AT&T has begun informing employees across the company, and those who work in retail locations, to finish any sort of employee training as soon as possible. AT&T is asking managers to finish ...

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iPhone Will Have Voice Control Feature Called “Assistant”

Apple is working on a fully-integrated voice control feature called Assistant in iOS 5, according to a leaked screenshot uncovered by 9 to 5 Mac. The feature isn't in the current developer beta version of iOS 5, so it's possible that Assistant will be exclusive to the iPhone 5. (Just like Voice Control was exclusive to the 3GS when it launched.) The leak ...

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Google Launches New Search Engine: What Do You Love (WDYL) [VIDEO]

Google's new What Do You Love (WDYL) search engine is pretty neat. I think it's a good idea and another home run for Google. They've been really hitting them out of the park recently. What I really like is that Google was smart enough this time around to make this into it's on separate site as opposed to adding a stupid button next to search like they did with ...

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Another Stupid E-Reader Hits The Market

The crowded e-book market has just squeezed in room for one more contender, as iriver has created an eInk reader that works with the Google Books store. Available on July 17 at Target’s online and retail stores, the iriver Story HD costs $139.99 and has access to more than 3 million free titles through Google via Wi-Fi. Paid titles are also supported through ...

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Netflix vs. Hulu Plus [INFO-GRAPHIC]

I don't use Netflix or Hulu Plus. I just don't watch tv and movies enough to justify yet another $19.99 monthly bill. But I am considering using one of them after reviewing this info-graphic. If you're considering using Netflix or Hulu Plus this may help you in deciding which to use. If you currently use either of these, this may also help you determine if you're ...

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StumbleUpon Launches New Sleek Tablet/Smartphone App

StumbleUpon has just launched an entirely redesigned and rebuilt iPad app to finally bring the experience iPad users deserve. “I feel like stumbling is perfect for the iPad — for sitting on the couch. It never took off like we wanted,” founder Garrett Camp says, talking about the first iteration of their app for the iPad (which was built by a contractor). ...

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Go Daddy Sells For $2.25 Billion! But Will it Stay in Business or Tank?

The parent company of GoDaddy.com, a top registrar of Internet domain names, has been sold to a group of private investment firms for $2.25 billion, a person familiar with the transaction told The Associated Press. Go Daddy Group Inc.'s sale to KKR, Silver Lake and Technology Crossover Ventures comes as the company expects to top $1.1 billion in revenue this ...

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