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Batman is suing Valencia over bat logo on badge
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Batman Is Suing F.C. Valencia Over Bat Logo

Funny controversy in Spain. The new logo of Football Club Valencia, announced Thursday, is not to the liking of DC Comics. The company that owns the rights to "Batman" decided to attack the resident Liga club for infringement before the Office for Harmonisation in the Internal ...
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How About a Cellphone Users Sidewalk Lane?

How about dedicating walking lanes for people using mobile phones? This new experimental trend has been observed in Washington D.C. a few months ago, but also in Chongqing City, China, where the country’s first “exclusive sidewalk for mobile phone users” has been introduced. Utility? ...
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Facebook Launches Instagram Connect for Select Pages

I am sure many of you are already familiar with the twitter connect inside Facebook which allows you to connect your business page to a corresponding twitter account by visiting this page. With the rise in Instagram's popularity and after it was acquired by Facebook a question ...
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Samsung Curved UHD
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Samsung Launches Its UHD Curved TV in Lebanon

Samsung Electronics Levant, a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, and Cherfane Tawil & Co. (CTC) launches its breathtaking 2014 UHD TV lineup in Lebanon including the world’s first Curved Ultra High Definition (UHD) TV. The groundbreaking ...
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Gmail Allegedly Working on a UI/Design Overhaul

It looks like prayers can be answered, after all. Geek and The Verge recently spotted a beautiful new visual overhaul of Gmail’s web interface. And why do we say prayers? The leaked images show a radically simpler inbox with less clutter.A hamburger menu on the top left ...
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Google+ Nearly Reaching The End

Vic Gundotra, the head of Google+, announced his departure from Google today. No obvious reason was stated. But online leaks pointed out that this might have been the direct result of Google backing away from the original Google+ plan. To wrap it up in a nutshell, Google ...
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