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Hootsuite gets another $60 million in financing, buys Zeetl

The service for helping people and companies manage their social media profiles gets more cash while also announcing a new acquisition.

By September 25, 2014

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Fire & Bone returns with velociraptor, dire wolf skulls

Fire & Bone, creator of tiny, 3D-scanned replicas of skulls to be worn as jewellery, is back for round two -- bringing extinct animals.

By September 10, 2014

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'Star Wars' Stormtrooper takes the Ice Bucket Challenge

The soldiers of Darth Vader's Galactic Empire aren't all bad, as this new video from one Stormtrooper-loving YouTuber proves.

By August 25, 2014

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Match.com will find you someone who looks like your ex

Partnering with a facial recognition company, the dating site reportedly wants to help you get over your ex by finding you a duplicate (for a mere $5,000.)

By June 17, 2014

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Science declares this is the funniest joke in the world

A new book about humor describes a scientific experiment searching for the joke that is truly the funniest. One million people rated jokes. CNET blogger Chris Matyszczyk wonders if the winner will make you laugh.

By March 4, 2014

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Stick your iPhone in this owl and sleep with it

Apparently, 75 percent of iPhone users go to bed with their phone. That's a hoot, and now they can sleep with a phone inside a toy owl.

By June 8, 2011

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TiaLinx's Owl can detect people in containers

The Owl1-A uses an ultrawide band radio frequency beam to detect people hiding in containers. Will it find the rats, too?

By April 8, 2011

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Twitter bird at its booziest in 'Drunk Tweets' art

Artist Josh Ellingson reimagines Twitter's blue bird mascot as everyone's fine-feathered bar patron.

By December 7, 2013

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'Twin Peaks' clothing wraps you in style, not plastic

Quirky Suckers Apparel fashion line that pays homage to the '90s cult classic is worthy of a night out at the Black Lodge.

By November 20, 2013

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Monkeys move virtual arms with their minds

Researchers at Duke University Medical Center have enabled rhesus monkeys to move a pair of arms in a virtual environment using just their brain activity.

By November 7, 2013