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booze

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Want to follow booze brands? First convince Twitter you're 21

Twitter has added an age-verification system that forces people wanting to follow manufacturers of booze to assert they're of legal drinking age.

By Nov. 25, 2013

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Beer drone? Festival goers may see booze fall from the sky

This summer, beers will fly -- and get delivered to thirsty music fans in South Africa.

By May. 8, 2013

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Drinking Mirror app shows how booze ravages your looks

A new app designed to show how booze ravages your looks should help you stick to your January detox.

By Jan. 13, 2013

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Stein of Science: Liquid nitrogen-grade booze container

Drink up, science geeks. Funranium Labs offers high-octane coffee (to be taken in small doses) and beer steins tough enough for liquid nitrogen.

By May. 21, 2012

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Cheers! Booze can 'induce' superconductivity

Alcoholic drinks turn ceramic compounds into superconductors. Can beer-based unobtainium be far off?

By Jan. 4, 2011

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Company turns Four Loko booze into car fuel

The fratty malt-liquor beverage can no longer be sold in its current form per the FDA, but a Virginia ethanol recycling company is taking the excess inventory and running cars on it.

By Jan. 8, 2011

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O2 Priority Moments throws free booze, tote bags at customers

Feeding the hungry and clothing the naked are all in a day's work for O2, which hopes to help you part with your cash with its new location-based coupon app.

By Jul. 14, 2011

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Crave 19: Toddler bots and blinky booze (podcast)

While Jasmine's away, Donald and Eric fully nerd out with robots, robots, more robots, and a vodka that attracts women with colorful blinking lights.

By Oct. 5, 2010

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Ep. 19: Toddler bots and blinky booze

While Jasmine's away, Donald and Eric fully nerd out with robots, robots, more robots, and vodka.

By Oct. 5, 2010

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Last call for i-Booze delivery service

A Seattle-based online beer and wine delivery service has its license application turned down and then its founder is found guilty of selling alcohol without a license.

By Dec. 3, 2009