Google working on Chrome pause button, Bill Gates calls himself a 'minor wizard'
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Google are reading a play/pause button for chrome according to a report by ZDNet.
Users frustrated by loud autoplay videos will rejoice knowing the new bun is set to live in the browser's toolbar and will make it easier to pause and resume multimedia.
ZDNet report that it works for both audio and video content, but no ETA has been given on when the tool will be implemented.
Running out of space on your hard drive?
Well, you have nothing to fear, new research suggests that we can store digital information in sugars, amino acids, and other molecules that you find in the human body.
Researchers at Brown University were able to retrieve pictures they stored in small molecules with 99% accuracy.
It's believed this type of storage would be less vulnerable to hacking and may be able to withstand environmental conditions that would otherwise damage traditional storage methods.
And finally, was Steve Jobs Apple co-founder, a wizard?
Bill Gates, founder of Microsoft, has told CNN that Jobs was able to turn Apple in to the world's most valuable company in part by casting spells.
In the CNN interview, Gates refers to himself as a minor wizard, immune to the spells, and that jobs was able to mesmerize those around him.
However, Gates did not comment on his ability to cast a perfect Wingardium Leviosa.
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