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Because it’s the Friday before a vacation weekend and I have actually already started consuming (technically last night) this is a shot of some dude spruced up as all the Avengers at the same time. Can you name the corresponding costume pieces to each Avenger? In case you’re a grimy cheater, they are:.
Captain America’s shirt and cover.
Iron Guy’s helmet and chest light.
Thor’s hammer and hair.
The Hulk’s shorts and legs.
Black Widow’s sleeves and gloves.
Nick Fury’s eye patch
Enjoyable fact: did you understand the initial Avengers included Iron Man, Ant-Man, Wasp, Thor, and the Hulk? Ant-Man and Wasp simply do not get a bunch of credit due to the fact that they’re kind of goofy characters and nobody likes them. But has that stopped Wonder Studios from green-lighting an Ant-Man motion picture? It has not. Fingers crossed it plays out like a sequel to A Bug’s Life.
Hit the jump for a shot of Iron Thulkeyewidfury strutting his stuff.
This is a video of some dudes demonstrating their custom built, 24-bottle bottle opener on a case of beer. Unfortunately for them, it leaves four unopened, underwhelming audiences worldwide and causing at least one blogger to question if we’ll ever be able to open 24 beers at once. Still, I’m going to need it or one like it to open all the beer bottles at the club I’m opening. It’s called, ‘GW’s Drink Alone Club’. It’s really like two clubs in one because after eight it turns into ‘GW’s Drink Alone In The Dark Club’. Sometimes a friend or neighbor will come over too but I’ll just be really quiet until they stop knocking and go away.
Hit the jump for the video.
Japan’s transportation minster has announced that the country will allow the troubled 787 Dreamliner airplane to return to the skies once Boeing deploys its battery modifications, reports the Associated Press. This comes one day after the US Federal Aviation Administration gave a similar all-clear order to the 787, though the fix won’t be completely deplyed in Japan until June. “We have reached a conclusion that there is no problem with the judgment by the FAA,” said Transport Minister Akihiro Ohta. “We believe all possible safety measures would be taken to prevent recurrence of similar problems.”
Japan, which is home to nearly half of the 50 787 Dreamliners in service around the world, grounded the planes in mid-January after a pair of…
Sick of accidentally downloading apps to your Android tablet that look finest on a smartphone? If so, it appears that Google has heard your sobs. The business recently upgraded its developer console to accept app screenshots that are specific to 7-inch and 10-inch tablets. While it’s not the most monumental modification, when developers satisfy their end of the deal, you’ll be treated to UI images that best match your device. Till then, you’ll still need to sustain a few more games of app roulette.
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Facebook briefly dallied last year with the idea of letting us track our friends while on the road, only to be spooked off for reasons unknown. It might have developed enough nerve for another shot, according to Bloomberg. The social network is purportedly building a smartphone app that would locate nearby contacts and, unlike last year’s Find Friends Nearby, would run in the background where it’s supported — making it more useful, if not very comforting to privacy advocates. Not much else is mentioned besides features that would “help [Facebook] profit” from its growing mobile base. The company itself certainly isn’t saying anything official at this stage. If the app arrives in mid-March as claimed, however, Apple’s Find My Friends and Google’s Latitude won’t have our attention (and location) to themselves.
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It initially appeared that the HTC HD2 would have a short life — after all, the phone came to the US in March of 2010 with Windows Mobile 6.5 and was denied an official upgrade to Windows Phone 7 when the OS launched some six months later. However, the venerable device has gone on to receive an almost unprecedented amount of hacker support, as the device has been cracked to run Windows Phone 7 and 8 as well as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich — not to mention other, more peculiar options like Windows XP. Now, a hacker known as @CotullaCode on Twitter has managed to shoehorn Windows RT onto the device, bringing Microsoft’s new tablet OS to a nearly three-year-old phone.
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Appears like simply a few days ago that Greatest Buy unintentionally outed its pricing of the Lumia 920. While the business at some point pulled its listing, its pricing for the upcoming Windows Phone is looking a lot more strong than ever. You see, a shopper in Naples, Fla., was lately able to snag a picture of an in-store show that as soon as again pegs the Lumia 920 at $ 150 with a two-year contract or $ 600 outright. Remember that Best Buy’s rates could not be the exact same as AT&T’s very own offering, however it’s worth placing this on your radar in the buildup to its debut– especially if the Smurf shirt crew manages to come in cheaper.
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Barnes & Noble cut the price of Nook Tablet, Nook Color once more, really wants to be in your Christmas list
Barnes & Noble recently took the wraps of two new tablets, updating its selection (along with everyone else it seems) in preparation for next year. That doesn’t indicate it’s washed its hands with the OG Nook tablet and Nook Color– in fact, both simply got an additional rate cut. Starting tomorrow, you’ll be able to pick up the original 8GB tablet for $ 159, the 16GB version for $ 179 and the Nook Color for $ 139. With 2 rate cuts in 3 months, anyone would think it was trying to get rid of stock. This still places last year’s reduced ability style shoulder to shoulder with Amazon’s 2012 Kindle Fire (with ad subsidies), but with Christmas simply around the corner, we’re not complaining about more option for less dollars.
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Vanadium oxide seems to be the go-to person in power storage space today. A new solid-oxide fuel cell– established at Harvard’s School of Engineering and Applied Sciences– that can even store energy like a battery, even uses the stuff. In the new cell, by including a VOx layer it permits the SOFC to both create and store power. Example applications would certainly be situations where a light in weight power source is required, with the potential to provide reserve juice should the main fuel source run out. The group who established the cell normally deal with platinum-based SOFCs, but they can’t save a cost for a lot even more than 15 seconds. By bring the VOx, this proof of principle extended that by 14 times, with the capacity for even more life expectancy with additional development. Specifically useful if you’re consistently running out of sugar.
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