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Scribble Pen

There have been many similar concepts in the past, but Scribble Pen is the closest to becoming a reality. It's basically a pen that lets you draw in any color either on paper or tablet. Simply scan any object and you're ready to go - the pen can store up to 100,000 colors at one time. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what happens when a human sound machine meets F1 cars.

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PetChatz

Dog (or cat) owners sometimes need to leave home, and when that happens, keeping in contact with your pet might be a tough task, should the person looking after them not be technologically inclined. Introducing PetChatz. It's basically a wall-mounted two-way video system, complete with a built-in treat dispenser. It can be operated either remotely via any desktop computer or mobile device equipped with the PetChatz app. Continue reading for more.

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Brazil Video Game

Brazil has full potential to be the largest market for games in Latin America, a position currently occupied by Mexico. According to Daniel Cervantes, director of games and entertainment division of Microsoft for Latin America, Brazil occupies the 15th position in world ranking of video games, with 600,000 consoles sold annually. National companies of games trying to change that with the government: in August 2006, Abragames submitted to the Ministry of Finance a plan suggesting ways of reducing the tax burden to the games. For now, the proposal is under evaluation. Continue reading for more.

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Star Wars Episode VII Movie Poster

Photo credit: AndrewSS7

Like many other Star Wars fans, deviantART-ist AndrewSSJ just couldn't wait for Walt Disney / Lucasfilm to release the official Episode VII posters. So, he took things into his own hands by creating these amazing designs, all of which would not look out of place at any movie theater. The release date might be the only thing slightly off, as it's set to hit theaters on December 18, 2015. Continue reading to see the others.

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Random Act of Kindness

A random act of kindness is a selfless act performed by a person or people wishing either to assist or to cheer up an individual person or people. Either spontaneous or planned, random acts of kindness are encouraged by various communities. For example, this person received a nice gift in the mail from someone whom they never expected. Continue reading for more examples that might surprise you.

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Portable Battery Pack

Poweradd's Pilot X1 5200mAh Portable Battery is currently being offered for only $13.99, this week only, originally priced at $49.99. The Pilot X series external battery is made of original Samsung battery cells with 100% guaranteed capacity, quality and high conversion rate. Product page. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Notable features:
  • Compact and lightweight design(less than 5oz), fits in to any pocket and easy to carry on the go.

  • Constructed using Samsung original Grade A cells and premium microchips to ensure safety worry-free use.

  • 5200mAh capacity with high conversion rate, charges iPhones 3 times and other large capacity smart phones almost twice.

  • Long lifespan with over 500 recharging times, LEDs display how much juice you've got left.


[via Amazon]

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Historical Photos

It's time again for some more fascinating historical photos you might not have seen before, including a rare look at Times Square when it was still being built in 1903. As more profitable commerce and industrialization of lower Manhattan pushed homes, theaters, and prostitution northward from the Tenderloin District, Long Acre Square became nicknamed the Thieves Lair for its rollicking reputation as a low entertainment district. By the early 1890s this once sparsely settled stretch of Broadway was ablaze with electric light and thronged by crowds of middle and upper-class theatre, restaurant and cafe patrons. In 1904, New York Times publisher Adolph S. Ochs moved the newspaper's operations to a new skyscraper on 42nd Street at Longacre Square. Ochs persuaded Mayor George B. McClellan, Jr. to construct a subway station there, and the area was renamed "Times Square" on April 8, 1904. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an awesome homemade hovercraft a geeky dad made for his kids.

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Treasure Room

Their son was only 2-years-old when the Goers moved into their home, and attached to his bedroom was a hidden storage space that they decided to keep a secret from him until he got a little older. It was left untouched for two years, but recently, for their son's fourth birthday, they decided to transform it into a secret "treasure room" by hiring a contractor to redo the entire room with drywall, wood floors, and a fresh coat of paint. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Unstealable Bike

One student decided to design a bike that just can't be stolen without breaking the frame itself. The video above shows that bike's frame can unlatching, along with the seat post, to enable you to wrap it around a stationary object. In other words, the frame itself becomes a part of the lock. The only way to get it free is to break the frame, making it useless, and hopefully, not worth stealing. Continue reading for more images.

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Pizza Cats Japan

Everyone knows the internet loves cats, and that's why Pizza Hut Japan decided to use the adorable animals for their latest promotional campaign. Tencho, Hime, Dora, and Detch, are the four newest cat employees their Pizza Cat! store, a fictional Pizza Hut location being run by the animals. In 2012, the company counted more than 6,000 Pizza Hut restaurants in the United States, and more than 5,139 store locations in 94 other countries and territories around the world. Continue reading for four more videos.

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