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    Samsung Galaxy S5
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    Samsung unveiled its next flagship smartphone, the Samsung Galaxy S5. Features include a 1080p 5.1 inch screen, 2.5GHz Snapdragon 800 processor with 2GB of RAM, 16 Megapixel Camera, 16/32GB of storage and a fingerprint scanner. It also comes with a swappable back cover, microSD slot and removable 2,800mAh battery.
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    Sony Xperia Z2 Tablet
    Sony Claimed Xperia Z2 Tablet is the "world's slimmest and lightest waterproof tablet". It is 10.1-inch, at only 6.4 mm and less than 440 grams. It includes a 2.3 GHz Quad-core Snapdragon processor, an 8MP Exmor RS rear camera and a 2MP front camer.
    Scented Breakfast Necklaces
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    Tiny Hands creates handmade polymer clay jewely that looks and smells like food. Maple syrup, strawberry cupcake, cocoa mocha, mint ice-cream and more! More images jump more.
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    Scott Gold and his wife visited Japan this January and beautifully documented their trip. Beautiful!
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    Samsung Gear 2 Watch
    Samsung has just unveiled two new successors to its Galaxy Gear smartwatch: the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo. Both models feature 1.63″ Super AMOLED displays, are powered by 1.0 GHz dual-core processors. Gear 2 is equipped with a 2MP camera on the strap. They come with health-related features as well, including the ability to measure heart rate, a pedometer, exercise routine and sleep & stress.
    Features:
    - 1.63-inch Super AMOLED sporting a resolution of 320 x 320
    - 1.0 GHz Dual Core Processor
    - Gear 2: 2.0 Megapixel Auto Focus (1920×1080, 1080×1080, 1280×960), Gear 2 Neo: none
    - Bluetooth v4.0 LE, IrLED
    - Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Heart Rate
    - 512MB RAM
    -4GB Internal Memory
    - Li-ion 300mAh battery
    Emotional body maps
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    Researchers at Aalto University in Finland have compiled maps of emotional feelings associated with culturally universal bodily sensations, which could be at the core of emotional experience. The researchers found that the most common emotions trigger strong bodily sensations, and the bodily maps of these sensations were topographically different for different emotions. The study asked 700 participants from Finland, Sweden, and Taiwan to watch a series of emotional words, stories, movies, or facial expressions while coloring in areas on paper body silhouettes where they felt increasing or decreasing activity. Putting all of the data together resulted in the images that you see above. “Unraveling the subjective bodily sensations associated with human emotions may help us to better understand mood disorders such as depression and anxiety, which are accompanied by altered emotional processing, autonomic nervous system activity, and somatosensation (body sensations),” the researchers said in an open-access paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
    Gif Cat 429475552
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    Cat's wave
    WheelchairBound Woman Walks Again With a 3D Printed
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    In 1992, Amanda Boxtel was paralyzed from the waist down in a catastrophic skiing accident. Doctors told her she'd never walk again. But 22 years later, thanks to the world's first 3D printed exoskeleton developed by 3D Systems and EksoBionics, she's able to stand up and move around on her own. Boxtel's new exoskeleton, the first of its kind, was custom-built for her. Designers from 3D Systems scanned her body, digitizing the contours of her spine, thighs, and shins, a process that helped them mold the robotic suit to her. Then they combined the suit with a set of mechanical actuators and controls made by EksoBionics. The result, said 3D Systems, is the first-ever "bespoke" exoskeleton.
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    The Mini Museum


    The Mini Museum is a Kickstarter project by Hanz Fex, a desktop museum with a fossil of a palm tree from Antarctica, wrap from a mummy, coal from the Titanic, dinosaur bones, and even a piece of the Apollo 11 command module. Working with specialists recommended by museum curators, research scientists and university historians, he has now amassed some 33 special objects that he’s broken down into tiny fragments and inserted into translucent resin case he calls the Mini Museum. a small block of 11 artifacts for $99, medium block of 22 for $179, and large block of 33 for $239.
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    Cool To Do Drugs Pencils
    This are remakes of the 'Too Cool To Do Drugs' pencils that were handed out in the 90's until people realized when you sharpened them the message changed and recalled them all, the “anti-drug” message quickly changed to “Cool To Do Drugs,” “Do Drugs” and “Drugs.
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    This is a weird commercial-music video for Germany’s largest grocery store chain EDEKA.
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    Men's 500 metre In Sochi's Baby Park Stadium.
    Python Slimpack Camera bag
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    Python slimpack($145) is "a compact backpack designed for 1-2 DSLRs, up to 4 mid-size lenses, 1 large zoom lens, tripod, plus a 10" tablet or iPad."
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    Neat Stuff From The LIKECOOL STORE:
    Star Wars

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    Pacman

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    the Union Flag

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    iPhone Carbon Fiber Case

    iPhone 6 Carbon Fiber Case

    Blue Skull Tie

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    Wooden iPad Stand

    iPhone Bamboo Tree Case

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    Batman Black

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    BenBen Leather iPhone Wallet

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