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Please enjoy this young poultry connoisseur's chicken shop reviews


LONDON — You’re in London. You need chicken. You need good chicken. But how do you know which of the city’s numerous chicken shops will deliver the most flavorful fowl?  Fortunately, the is here to solve this vexing poultry predicament. SEE ALSO: KFC’s candle might tempt you to eat the chicken-scented wax The young YouTuber-cum-food…

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These glasses can correct colorblindness.


‘Enchroma‘ glasses have special color correcting lenses that allow people with red-green colorblindness to see true color for the very first time. While the glasses don’t correct all forms of colorblindness, dozens of people have shared emotional videos of trying them on for the first time. Read more… More about Mashable Video, Colour, Real Time…

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How you can help #Pizzagate victim Comet Ping Pong


There is nothing fake about the outpouring of support for this Washington, D.C., pizza place. The spread of fake news reached its peak last Sunday when a conspiracy theory led to a man shooting a rifle inside Comet Ping Pong, a pizza shop. The man, 28-year-old Edgar Maddison Welch of Salisbury, North Carolina, was “self-investigating”…

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This revolutionary bike powered by your steps.


‘Lopifit‘ is a hybrid between a scooter and a treadmill. It’s an electric bicycle that’s powered by you — just by walking on it. The electric motor lasts up to 50 miles on single charge.  Read more… More about Watercooler, Mashable Video, Business, Viral Videos, and Uk Source link

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Professor perfectly illustrates the difference in American and British academics


LONDON — Nothing better than a good ol’ fashioned “Americans versus Brits” comparison.  Today, we’re examining contrast in the world of academia.    Our expert is Jonathan Birch, an assistant professor at the London School of Economics, who graciously highlighted differences in professors via a hilarious Facebook post. SEE ALSO: American lists the 23 things…

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India's top internet executives want government to favor local companies


As India attracts global internet businesses to the country, local poster boys are playing the nationalism card to urge the government to favor domestic companies.  Founders of two of the most iconic Indian internet businesses — Flipkart and Ola — have advised the government to take China’s approach and bend policies to foster homegrown companies. …

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India's largest telecom network Airtel announces plans for free voice calls


Paying for voice calls will soon be a thing of the past for Indians.  Airtel, India’s largest telecom carrier, today unveiled new tariff plans starting at Rs 145 ($2) that will enable over 260 million subscribers on its network to make free voice calls anywhere in India.  SEE ALSO: Inside Reliance Jio’s audacious plan to…

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2016's most viewed YouTube videos might surprise you


LONDON — It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. But, 2016 is finally drawing to a close. SEE ALSO: Behold, all your favorite viral trends in one viral video As we reflect on the events that have defined the year, YouTube has revealed which trending videos dominated 2016 — be…

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'Galaxy on Fire 3: Manticore' is out and here's the launch trailer


Galaxy on Fire 3: Manticore — the latest game in the popular mobile series — comes to iOS on Dec. 8, and here’s a new trailer to usher in its arrival. Players assume the role of an outer space bounty hunter, operating out of the titular Manticore base. There’s a story to follow, but you’re…

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Droning teacher from 'Ferris Bueller's Day Off' will read you to sleep


Who remembers Ben Stein as the econ teacher from the ’80s classic Ferris Bueller’s Day Off? Anyone? Anyone?  The actor’s famous monotone and hypnotic repetition will soon be lulling you to sleep in a meditation app. The app, Calm, launched “Sleep Stories” this week after months of testing the bedtime stories for adults. Co-founder and…

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