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Android One smartphones will be powered by Mediatek chipsets

Google surprised everyone when it announced its Android One initiative earlier this week at its annual I/O event. The initiative, which will be launched first in India, will see sub-$100 smartphones running on stock Android from Micromax, Karbonn and Spice.

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Click here to watch more of Jordan Klepper and Jessica Williams’s safety tips for college students from last night’s Daily Show.

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Richard Hescox - “The Pacifist”

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comedycentral:

The Texas GOP has officially endorsed reparative gay therapy. Click here for more from The Daily Show.

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Philippe Caza

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I start crying before I cut the onions, that way I’m in control

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movieposteroftheday:

1959 German poster for KING OF THE ROCKET MEN: PART ONE, THE MYSTERIOUS DR. MORGAN (Fred C. Brannon, USA, 1949)

Designer: uncredited

Poster source: KinoArt.net

King of the Rocket Men is a 1949 12-chapter Republic movie serial, notable for introducing the Rocket Man, who would later appear with different character identities in the rocket-powered hero serials that followed: Radar Men from the Moon (1949), Zombies of the Stratosphere (1952), and Commando Cody: Sky Marshal of the Universe (1953).” –Wikipedia

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Les Edwards

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bublog:

Powerful forces collide in this newly uncovered video footage of Lil BUB and Grumpy Cat getting to know each other: http://bit.ly/lilbumpy

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Maitz

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thetechgets:

How new Xbox One games will be better without Kinect

Microsoft’s decision to unbundle Kinect from the Xbox One has been controversial among Xbox fans who worry that Kinect will never reach its full potential if developers believe that Microsoft has lost confidence in it. As it turns out, some of their worries might be justified.

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