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3 Best Online Tools To Track Your Workouts

For those of us who are really trying to transform our bodies, simply home workouts on occasion isn’t enough. We also have to be deliberate about it, ensuring that we’re burning enough calories while targeting all the right muscle groups. Sure, at times the mental workouts can be exhausting. But in this day and age, […]

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Google Doodle Celebrates Charles Dickens 200th Birthday

Today Google Doodle pays tribute to Digital Culture Editor Charles Dickens on his 200th Birthday. Google is celebrating 200th Birthday of Charles Dickens by replacing its traditional Google logo with a with an interactive homepage doodle in the memory of the great novelist. A mouse-over over the Doodle  reveals that it is meant to celebrate Charles […]

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Wikipedia to Shut Down on Wednesday to Join Anti-SOPA Blackout

Wikipedia founder, Jimmy Wales, announced through his Twitter account that the encyclopedia will be off on Wednesday, January 17th, 2012 for 24 hours to protest the SOPA law. After a lengthy discussion , the community decided that the measure will only run on the English edition, though it could affect 25 million visitors worldwide. During the blackout, they will […]

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Google Has Acquired 217 More Patents from IBM

Google has increased its portfolio by buying more than 200 patents from IBM. Last July, Google had bought more than 2000 patents from IBM, before repeating the same operation two months later. Their new contract includes another 188 patents plus 29 pending ones. Both companies Google and IBM are still refusing to talk about the new […]

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