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Burglar Smashes 100k Glass Door at Boulder Apple Store, Saturday morning a burglar not only smashed a custom made door at the Apple store, but he also stole $64,000 worth of merchandise. (2/18)
Facebook Made $1 Billion In 2012 And Will Pay No Taxes, In spite of Facebook's enormously profitable year, they will pay absolutely nothing in taxes this year. They have so many employees cashing in stock options that the tech giant will most likely receive tax breaks over the next few years. (2/18)
Rumor: Samsung Expected to Unveil Galaxy S IV in March, It is being reported that Samsung may pull fast one on consumers and unveil the much-anticipated Galaxy S IV on March 14 in New York City. Early rumors say the smart phone will feature a full-HD display with a resolution of 1920 x 1080-pixels, a 1.9 GHz quad-core processor, and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean. (2/18)
The World’s First 3D Pen Is Already in Development, It may be here sooner than you think. 3D technology is on the horizon and the first thing in development is a 3D pen that will write in mid-air. (2/19)
Are Transparent Phones The Next Big Thing?, Since we’re always looking for the next big thing, this phone might be it. Now in development, this transparent phone may be in your hands sooner than you think. (2/19)
The Future Looks Bright Through Google Glass, Google glass is finally here! Take a first look at what it will be like seeing the world through these revolutionary glasses. (2/20)
Spotify Pressing Labels to Cut Costs, Extend Mobile Trials, The UK-based Spotify plans to talk with three major labels—Warner Music, Sony and Universal—and it's determined to lower those licensing costs, and believes it could garner more mobile subscribers if only those labels offered "more of a taste than the current 30 day trial." (2/20)
Do You Tweet Like a Girl?, According to Buzzfeed, there are clear-cut signs of gender differences when using Twitter. This is your way of finding out whether or not you Tweet like a girl. (2/20)
The Hello Machine: Minus And Encounters With Strangers On The Internet, There's an app for just about everything. But can Minus neutralize awkward social interactions between complete strangers? (2/20)
‘Harlem Shake’ Prompts Billboard to Reboot the Top 100, Thanks to the craze taking over YouTube, Billboard is now forced to modernize there Top 100 list. Now, Billboard will include the Top videos on YouTube into their countdown to make room for the most popular music taking over the scene. (2/21)
UCLA Scientists Have Found A New Way to Power the World, Using a DVD burner scientists have found a way to make Graphene, the thinnest and strongest material on Earth. (2/21)
Remember the 90s? This Website Does, The site collects websites from 1994 - 2001 and then displays them for all to see. Most haven't been updated for years, and no, they didn't get better with time. (2/22)