Knock-off “Samsung Galaxy Note 3″ on sale in China

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How can a Chinese phone manufacturer produce a clone of the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 when it hasn’t been launched yet? In fact is this quad-core, 5.5-inch phablet even really a knock-off in that case? These a questions we don’t know the answers to but at least we know the specs. Under the decidedly Samsung […]

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800lb Paper Airplane Takes Flight (Video)

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Remember those good old school days? Remember the crafts we used to do, including the strategic designing of paper airplanes. The wings had to be just right, and we would try so many different styles to beat our friends. Well, there’s still a little kid in all of us that’s for sure, some more than others, and that’s why the giant paper airplane flew over the Arizona desert this week. The thing weighs in at 800 pounds, is 45 feet long, and has a wingspan of 24 feet.

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Flying Bird Man Is A Total Fake (Video)

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Reports about a man flapping his engineered wings and flying are circulating all over the internet. Although there have been mixed reactions from experts around the world, many strongly believed that the video involved was not a fake, probably because everyone loves the idea of flapping their wings and flying to the office or the park. But it appears like the whole thing was without a doubt, a pretty good fake.

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Samsung Galaxy S 3 To Arrive in May? Photos “leaked”

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The Apple iPhone 5 is certainly a much anticipated device, and so is the Samsung Galaxy S 3. We have already heard a lot of rumors regarding the upcoming Android handset and what you see above is thought to have come from a public relations PowerPoint file. Is that really the S3 we have been waiting for all this while? We believe it is most probably a fake.

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Glasses-Free 3D Fake

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While we suspected the video of French director François Vogel having eyelid spasms while testing out a glasses-free 3D technology was a hoax, I asked an optometrist to tell me how much legitimacy the video had and here is what Jean-Marie Hanssens, who uses 3D to test binocular vision, had to say; “Blinking as fast as in the web video can generate various eye problems such as dry eye, corneal and lid irritations, lid spasms.”

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