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XeroxVoice: 28 Must-Have Apps For Your Smartphone http://onforb.es/1aArRZC Which of your apps are the most indispensable, the most fun, or just handy to have around?

Ask for new bills and other life hacks for your wallet http://onforb.es/1bbiSji

How to Make Perfect Scrambled Eggs

<i>Inspired by conversations on the Food52 Hotline, we're sharing tips and tricks that make navigating all of our kitchens easier and more fun.</i><p><i>Today: Three ways to get your perfect scrambled eggs -- whatever your version of perfection may be.</i><p>Scrambled eggs and toast: sounds like an ascetic breakfast, …

Breakfast

Photographer Documents Her Own Pregnancy in Striking Selfies

Buenos Aires-based photographer Sophie Starzenski shows just how much women's bodies change during pregnancy with this stunning series called <i>40 Weeks and a Mirror</i>. She's combined two growing trends, “the selfie” (a a self-portrait taken with a camera or phone) and pregnancy progression portraits, …

Pregnancy

"Perched on a ladder, she photographed them sleeping--snug, vulnerable, and so often clutching at that life growing inside their bellies." A photographer snaps soon-to-be parents while they sleep, capturing a core human bond. http://f-st.co/1bR3PwG

Most wanted travel gadgets

How many of us travellers have had the ‘It would be nice to have a <insert gadget here>’ moment? A poncho when it’s raining, an extra battery for your smartphone, the wishlist goes on. Here's a list of some gadgets that you might not have thought to pack for your next trip, but they'll be …

This week's KAL's cartoon http://econ.st/1eM9OGI

Cult US drama Breaking Bad draws to a close on Sunday night. In anticipation of the series' conclusion, here are some of the shows - including Life on Mars - that got their dying moments right, and the ones that failed spectacularly. http://bbc.in/1fxX1Jq Which TV shows do you think have had a memorable ending, both good and bad?

Bloodshed sometimes works for autocrats, at least temporarily. But for protesters, taking up arms is usually a mistake. History suggests that, for most protest movements, violence is counterproductive: those that turn the other cheek, opting for civil disobedience, sit-ins and strikes rather than armed retaliation, tend to do best http://econ.st/1h7juZb

Apple Named the Most Innovative Company in 2013, Followed by Samsung

Apple has once again managed to capture the top spot in the list of World’s Most Innovative Companies in 2013. The company has been named for the …

Gear & Gadgets

More Details About Android 4.3 Update for Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3 and Note 2

Samsung announced that Android 4.3 Jelly Bean will make its way to Samsung Galaxy S4, S3 and Note 2 in the coming months. It was revealed earlier …

Electronics Industry

Leaked images show the rumoured Moto DVX, a low-cost version of Motorola's Moto X ... http://www.t3.com/news/motorola-dvx-images-leaked-showing-rumoured-low-cost-version-of-moto-x

4G cars are coming, but we won’t have much choice in how we connect them

Advertisement<p>17 Comments<p>Credit: GigaOM<p>4G cars are making their way to the U.S., starting first with the Audi A3 and eventually a whole fleet of GM(s …

US officials accuse Iran hackers of breaking into Navy's computers

Oh, how times have changed. Almost a year ago, Iranian officials claimed the country was suffering from constant internet-based attacks. Now, according to the <i>WSJ</i>, it's Iran -- or hackers working for the Iranian government -- that's allegedly behind a series of digital intrusions on the US Navy's …

Good News: We’re Not Axing Net Neutrality. Bad News: US Gov Probably Shutting Down

The intersection of fiscal politics, national crisis, and technology regulation is a silly place, as there should be no overlapping space between the three issues. And yet.<p>Good news: We’re not ending net neutrality. The bad news, depending on your politics, is that we’re likely going to shut down …

Letters: Slow burner

The article by your science correspondent on the way the sun will expand (Long-range forecast: sunny spell will wipe out life, 19 September) in about 3bn years' time reminds me of a lecture given by Sir Arthur Eddington on the same subject. When he had finished, a chap in the audience asked: "Could …

Activist Drone Catches Pigeon Shooters

Hobbyists turns their flying robot on local polluters.<p>Shooting clay pigeons is a popular U.S. sport, appealing to everyone from President Obama on down. In Pennsylvania, the thrill of shooting flying clay out of the air isn't enough for everyone. Some gun clubs have organized pigeon shoots, where …

Drones

Nasa's Curiosity rover finds water in Martian soil

Dirt sample reveals two pints of liquid water per cubic feet, not freely accessible but bound to other minerals in the soil<p>Water has been discovered in the fine-grained soil on the surface of Mars, which could be a useful resource for future human missions to the red planet, according to …

What It Was Like To Fly In The Concorde Supersonic Airplane

Today in 1973, the Concorde crossed the Atlantic for the first time.<p><i>On September 26, 1973, the Concorde supersonic airliner flew from Washington D.C. to Paris for the first time, in a record-breaking 3 hours and 32 minutes. In 2003, Air France and British Airways retired the Mach-2 aircraft, citing</i> …

French Government

FYI: Can Wireless Electricity Kill People?

Probably not. Even when it's nipping at our toes, wireless electricity is pretty safe. In 1899, Serbian engineer Nikola Tesla built a 142-foot-tall, 12-million-volt electric coil in Colorado Springs and transmitted electricity wirelessly across 25 miles, illuminating 200 lamps with the charge. …

Microsoft to merge Windows Phone Store and Windows Store into one store? - Pocket-lint

The Windows Phone Store and the Windows Store will soon be one, if the latest rumours are to be believed.<p>Again citing unnamed sources who know about …