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Working out on the go can't replace everything a visit to the gym can offer, but making your iPhone a virtual personal trainer is a great and inexpensive way to get fit, anytime, anywhere.
Only you can take on space asteroids - Geekosystem
A handy guide to Google's balloon WiFi project - ReadWrite
Time to get tweeting to some aliens - Newser
Absurdly massive early computers - FWD
Super cool handmade pocket protectors - Mental Floss
Star Wars casting requirements reveal details on seven major characters - /Film
The technology industry moves incredibly fast - according to Moore's Law, the processing power of chips doubles every two or so years, rendering all of our new tech toys obsolete in a matter of months.
Here ye, Apple devotees and Game of Thrones addicts, HBO GO is finally available on Apple TV . Previously, HBO subscribers could access the premium channel's programming via the apps for iOS, Android, Kindle Fire, Roku, Samsung Smart TVs, and Xbox Live.
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Caffeine hounds can now get their fix in Starbucks stores while discovering new music on Google Play Music All Access, the just-launched streaming music service from the search giant turned social network turned, well, agent of everything on the Internet.
Bill Nye the Science Guy turns 20 this year (as in the show, not the guy - he's 57), and to mark two decades of demystifying the sciences, the official Bill Nye the Science Guy (free) app has just been released in celebration.
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Google cites First Amendment to challenge the FISA gag order - ReadWrite
When are spoilers allowed? - Geekosystem
Why Google+'s hottest trend is all about trees - FWD
Maybe Jurassic Park 4 really will happen - /Film
An app to map pop culture homes - PopCandy