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Mobdro for Kodi Install & Download Add-on

How to download <b>Mobdro for Kodi</b>, Install the Mobdro Kodi Add-on, all these questions are answered in this tutorial. Mobdro is the application which …

Strike threatens major headache for World Cup organisers

Less than three days before it hosts the opening game of the World Cup, São Paulo once again became the scene of protests, as striking subway workers brought the city to a standstill.<p>Security also remains a concern, particularly in Rio de Janeiro following a recent renewal of tensions in the city’s …

Pebble's smartwatch app store arrives on iOS Monday, Android soon after

Pebble shipped its new all-metal "Steel" smartwatch earlier this week, and now reveals that app store updates for its iOS companion software will roll out on Monday (the Android version is about to launch in beta and will follow soon after). Until now, wearers have had to hunt through a myriad of …

Bitcoin’s Emerging Price Stability

Earlier in January Bitcoin, as it receded as recipient of an infinite press, began to see its trading range tighten after months of wild swings. I pointed this out as perhaps the start of new stability for Bitcoin, which in turn could help its platform mature, or indicate maturation thereof.<p>There …

Millions of extra-loud car horns are causing a headache in Delhi: http://bbc.in/MLWfw0 Experts have warned the noise pollution could have serious health consequences. The BBC's Anu Anand asks, is honking just the symptom of a corrupt system in which drivers can buy a licence without learning the rules of the road?

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Chris Robshaw: the country's rugby reputation is at stake

England rugby captain Chris Robshaw says the team "can't sit around feeling sorry for themselves", following their defeat against France, as the country's rugby reputation is at stake<p>England captain Chris Robshaw said the team couldn't "sit around feeling sorry for [itself]" following their narrow …

Giant Horse Head Sculptures Transform the Scottish Skyline

The Kelpies is an enormous installation consisting of two giant horse head sculptures by artist Andy Scott. The 100-foot-tall structures, which were eight years in the making, are inspired by a legend from the artist's Scottish background that tells of a water spirit that takes the shape of a …

Windows Phone 8.1 Certified by Bluetooth SIG

Microsoft is reportedly working on the next big release of their mobile operating system dubbed as Windows Phone 8.1. There’s no official word about …

Windows Phone

Iran says nuclear talks failure would be 'disaster'

MUNICH (Reuters) - Iran’s foreign minister held rare private talks with his U.S. counterpart on Sunday and said it would be a “disaster” if Tehran did not turn a provisional agreement to defuse a decade-old dispute over its nuclear programme into a permanent deal.<p>Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad …

What's the future for Facebook as it turns 10?

The social network has confounded its critics and delivered growth but must add users<p>It takes a fairly precocious 22-year-old to turn down an offer of $1bn for a loss-making company. But that was Mark Zuckerberg’s reaction when Facebook was just two years old.<p>Yahoo! wanted to buy the burgeoning …

Education Secretary Michael Gove is calling for an end to the "Berlin Wall" divide between state and private schools in England: http://bbc.in/1fBewpU Changes could include state pupils taking private school entrance exams, and state schools staying open for longer. What do you think of the measures? What effect might they have?

Peep This Romantic Florida Wedding And Prepare To Swoon

<i>When it comes to wedding inspiration, nothing is quite so magical as seeing what real couples do for their big day. Since 100 Layer Cake is our</i> …

Weddings

One Artist’s Mission To Photograph Every Native American Tribe In The U.S.

Matika Wilbur is interviewing and photographing members of each federally recognized tribe in an effort to break down stereotypes.<p>Contemporary media rarely paints an authentic picture of Native American culture. Consider the racist namesake and logo of the Washington Redskins, the romanticized …

University of Washington

Toshiba's new drive could take the headaches out of networked storage

There aren't many network-attached hard drives for the home, and those that exist aren't always easy to use... not unless you enjoy drive mapping, anyway. Toshiba may just make the experience simpler with its just-shipped Canvio Home, though. This sequel to the Canvio Personal Cloud takes some of …

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Mother’s Heartwarming Photos of Sons with Farm Animals

Russian photographer and mother of two boys Elena Shumilova captures heartwarming images of her sons interacting with various animals on their farm, including dogs, rabbits, cats, and ducklings. She manages to transport the viewer into a fairy tale-like world with her photos of these little guys …

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The science behind why we take selfies

<b>The selfie has arguably become the greatest photographic trend of our time. Why are we so interested in taking and sharing selfies and how does observing an image of yourself differ from observing a picture of someone else, asks University College London neuroscientist James Kilner.</b><p>In everyday …

Osborne says UK can afford above-inflation minimum wage rise

LONDON (Reuters) - Chancellor George Osborne said on Thursday that Britain’s minimum wage could rise by more than inflation, a move that may help him counter an opposition pre-election strategy focused on falling living standards.<p>Britain's Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne addresses a …

Getting Hired: To Score a Job at DesignworksUSA, Edit Your Portfolio, Carry a Sketchbook and Don't Rule Out a Big Gesture

<i>This post is part of our Getting Hired interviews, in which we solicited job-seeking advice from key hiring personnel at LUNAR, IDEO, Philips, BMW</i> …

This Airfryer Makes Fries With 1 Tablespoon Of Oil — Seriously

We'll cut right to the chase. We just made French fries with one tablespoon of oil. Like, legitimate French fries. These are no faux-fried, …

Wyoming's stunning weather and landscapes in time-lapse

Photographer Nicolaus Wegner's dedication to his craft has produced a captivating time-lapse video of the wild weather and beautiful landscapes of …

Cliffhanger Residence in North Vancouver, Canada by Kevin Vallely Design

The Architecture of the Cliffhanger Residence.<p>The small Canadian design and architecture studio Kevin Vallely Design was entrusted with the design of …

Twinway : A Mobility Solution for Serbia by Marko Lukovic

<b>TwinWay</b> is a concept vehicle submitted to Michelin Design Challenge to propose a mobility solution in Serbia. As the largest country in South Eastern …

Scientists in South Korea have found a way of harnessing bacteria found in our stomachs to make petrol. Learn more here: http://fw.to/0OsYbAV

Getting Hired: To Work at Smart Design, Be Organized, Show Your Passion—and Check Out These Four Illustrations

<i>This post is part of our Getting Hired interviews, in which we solicited job-seeking advice from key hiring personnel at LUNAR, IDEO, Philips, BMW</i> …

Employment

Hiroo Onoda, a Japanese soldier who continued to fight in the jungles of the Philippines for nearly three decades after the end of World War Two, has died at the age of 91. http://fw.to/GdFAw8S Photo: Reuters