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Google gets going with app store


According to a recent report on the Google Drive Blog, Google is launching an online store for “third-party apps” on Google Drive.   The app store, created by the development team responsible for Google Docs and Sheets, was built specifically for ...

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Marijuana reform in Washington paused until 2015?


House Republican Cary Condotta reported that the state of Washington reported that the state will assign “a task force” to determine the various issues involved with merging “the medical marijuana system with the recreational marijuana marketplace that may be arriving ...

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LG Lucid 3 leaked online

LG Lucid 3

According to “leaks” from various online sources, LG will be releasing a new follow up phone—the LG Lucid 3–to its mid-range Lucid 2 smartphone and it may be heading to Verizon Wireless.  Since the news is unofficial it is no ...

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99.6 percent of US lice are super-lice


Super-lice? Some are calling it “The Licepocalypse”.  According to a new study published by the Entomological Society of America in the Journal of Medical Entomology, destroying lice is now more difficult than ever.  The US researchers are warning the populace ...

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Sprint Prepaid starts at $45 a month

sprint prepaid

The American telecom service provider Sprint just announced they are bolstering their prepaid wireless service Sprint Prepaid.  Sprint is reportedly doing this in response to numerous charges previously announced by its competitors such as AT&T, T-Mobile US and Verizon Wireless.  ...

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Extinct porpoise had 33-inch-long jaw

extinct porpoise

An extinct porpoise has been discovered in San Diego, California. While out monitoring the site of a new Chula Vista development San Diego Natural History Museum paleontologist Richard Cerutti noticed something was out monitoring the site of a new Chula ...

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Minuum keyboard 2.0 free on Google

minuum keyboard

The smarter virtual Minuum keyboard lets users do more with less. The Minuum keyboard, created by the Toronto-based Canadian company Whirlscape, Inc. (a Y Combinator startup), is reported to be a more intelligent virtual keyboard that allows additional mobile screen space.  ...

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NASA’s MRO back on track


NASA’s Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter (MRO) switched itself into a precautionary safe standby mode on Sunday after what NASA is calling “an unscheduled swap” from one main computer to another reported the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology.  ...

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