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McDonald’s reveals what goes into its french fries

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McDonald’s reveals what goes into its french fries

The revelations come from the fast-food chain’s new video, the latest in a series called “Our food. Your questions” in which Mythbusters co-host Grant Imahara tries to debunk rumors about their food. In the clip, Imahara, “reverse engineers” the process of french fry production, to trace the food right back to the source: a potato […]

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WhatsApp is taking ‘aggressive action’ against third-party apps

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WhatsApp is going after unauthorized third-party apps that are designed to work with the popular messaging system. Users sometimes access third-party clients that offer add-ons for more customization inside of WhatsApp. Now the Facebook-owned service has issued at least one cease-and-desist order to an Android app called WhatsApp+. On Google+, a WhatsApp+ spokesman announced that […]

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How to find In-Depth articles on Google

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If your Google search just isn’t returning the quality content you want, this little URL trick might find more in-depth articles on the subject you’re searching for. Alex Chitu at Google Operating System recently discovered that Google has a section for “in-depth articles”, from which it features longer posts from sites like the Wall Street […]

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Delsey’s new luggage weighs itself, charges phones, forecasts the weather

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Delsey’s new luggage weighs itself, charges phones, forecasts the weather

CES was flooded with a bunch of “internet of things” for the home, but frequent travelers will likely appreciate this connected luggage better. Leading luggage maker Delsey has been working on a connected suitcase called Pluggage for the past two years and has recently tested a working prototype, as you can see in the video […]

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Connected snowboard bindings will help you ride smarter

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Japan-based Cerevo has introduced XON Snow-1, a set of sensor-enabled snowboard bindings that track your movements and weight distribution as you ride. (Bindings hold the rider’s boots to the board.) These bindings have sensors that monitor your weight distribution and the extent to which the board flexes while you ride. Each binding is also equipped […]

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The Father of video games passes away aged 92.

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There is a controversial theory shared by scholars which suggests that technological progress is inevitable. Had Steve Jobs and Apple not created the iPhone, the theory suggests, then someone else would have eventually stepped in to create something similar. It’s a revisionist and linear school of thought that I dislike for how it downplays the […]

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PYRO HANDHELD FIRESHOOTER

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You don’t need to be a superhero/mutant/sorcerer to shoot fire from your hands. All you need is the Pyro Handheld Fireshooter. This very real, very crazy gadget was designed for illusionists, magicians, and other performers, sits on the underside of your wrists so it can be hidden by a sleeve, is activated by a remote […]

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New Bluetooth devices will connect directly to the internet

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For all the talk of an Internet of Things, many Bluetooth devices aren’t very internet-savvy; they usually have to rely on WiFi (or another gadget entirely) to hop online. That’s going to change very shortly with the advent of Bluetooth’s new 4.2 spec. If a sensor, smart light bulb or other low-power device supports the […]

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