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Zombie Apocalypse Right here We Come!: French Lab Loses 2,000 Vials Of Deadly Virus

killer-virus-goes-missing.jpg Nope, this one’s just urine. A lab in France has confessed to losing even more than 2,000 vials including parts of the deadly Sars coronavirus. The researchers state not to worry however, due to the fact that the vials just contained PARTS of the virus, not the entire thing. Or a minimum of that’s what they’re making use of as a coverup. Any person else feel kinda unwell all of an unexpected?

A regular stock check at Paris’ Pasteur Institute exposed that 2,349 tubes including fragments of the virus accountable for the fatalities of 774 individuals in 2002 were missing, the center named after French chemist Louis Pasteur stated. The institute was quick to assure the public and said that the contents of the missing vials had no contagious capacity. They included just part of the virus and had no ability to spread. “Independent professionals referred by health authorities have qualified such possible as ‘non-existing’ according to the available evidence and literature on the survival of the Sars virus,” the institute said.

I’m pretty sure this is how Homeowner Evil began. “No, it’s not actually.” YOU SHUT UP. Oh spunk, that reminds me: exactly what’s your home address– I wished to send you something. “What?” Simply a little something? “Is it a vial of something?” Possibly. Thanks to Thaylor H, who is 99 % positive this was an act of terrorism and the zombie apocalypse is only days away.

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HTC One M8 Hands-On: Come For The Styling, Stay For The Warranty

The past few years have taught once high-flying cellphone makers one or two things about demand. As Samsung rose in Android prominence, the rest of the manufacturers fell one by one. LG? Life’s not good. Motorola? Mostly moribund. Then there’s HTC. Read More

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Microsoft’s OneNote may come to the Mac this month

Microsoft’s OneNote app has been available on mobile, Windows and the web for quite some time, but Mac support for the note-taking software has proven elusive… at least, until now. Both The Verge and ZDNet hear that OneNote will be available for…

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Samsung’s latest Chromebooks come wrapped in faux-leather, on sale next month for $320 and up

It’s been over a year since Samsung released a new Chromebook, and since then the competition has been heating up: Dell, HP, Lenovo and Toshiba all sell Chrome OS devices now, as does Acer, which has been at it from day one. Accordingly, Samsung is…

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Kazam wants you to come for the hardware, stay for the service

Kazam has a battle on its hands. The company may have been launched by former HTC execs, but it can only trade on that association for so long. That’s something the firm is directly addressing here at MWC, it seems, with the launch of two new…

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Samsung’s new Galaxy Gear wearable will come in two models, according to fuzzy leaked images

It definitely looks like a new Galaxy Gear. There’s definitely two of them and… that’s most of what we can discern from what appear to be some cannily sniffed-out thumbnails from, well, somewhere. According to @evleaks, they’ll be known as the…

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Samsung Galaxy S5 might come with a fingerprint sensor

Folks excited to buy a Galaxy S5 so they can authenticate with their eyeballs and feel like Ethan Hunt might be in for a disappointment. According to Sammobile, Samsung’s upcoming flagship will come with a fingerprint sensor — one that’s embedded on…

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How the first openly-gay draft prospect in NFL history decided to come out

“The eagle has landed.”

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Google’s Chromecast expected to come to the UK in March

A representative from UK electronics retailer Currys has just revealed to TNW that it’ll start selling Google’s Chromecast dongle beginning March 1st. Google all but confirmed the arrival in Britain as well, though it cautioned that the date is only…

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Google’s Chromecast expected to come to the UK in March

A representative from UK electronics retailer Currys has just revealed to TNW that it’ll start selling Google’s Chromecast dongle beginning March 1st. Google all but confirmed the arrival in Britain as well, though it cautioned that the date is only…

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