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And in some quick news hits MIT researchers have crafted what they believe to be the most difficult tongue twister of all time.
In the tongue twister goes like this had kid -- occurred pulled --
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The phrase reportedly tripped up test subject at a very high frequency.
It's -- -- optical out of Japan have developed through glass to help remind people to blink their --
The week class becomes opaque for point one -- point two seconds every ten seconds.
It is targeted at people who develop eye strain or dry eyes from staring at computer screens all day I need to watch closely if you blink you'll -- it.
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And finally Monday December 9 was the 45 anniversary of the mother of all demos were in 1968. Inventors Douglas -- --
In William English showed off the world's first computer mouse in history.
There it is in all its glory click on the image to see more about the history of computing in this --
Episode 144. -- we talked about a new disturbing trend of photography that is speaking -- fees at fuels.
Well President Obama with company active taking -- -- -- -- Nelson Mandela's funeral this week prompting the -- BC's -- Tumblr blog to call it quits.
-- -- that fuels posted Obama's image suite with the caption Obama has taken a funeral self to our work here is done.
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It contain three drum pads sensors per stripped.
You can connect headphones or an external speaker or go big with a four PA.
They're more than 100 sounds available -- -- complete through the pants.
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In can't be programmed to control mobile devices for other things like silencing your Smartphone.
Drum -- can be yours for a pledge of 89 dollars on kick start.
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