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NASA is at it again! The US space agency is teasing the world about a major scientific discovery that could be revealed as soon as tomorrow. This time, the “planet” in question is Pluto and the news is expected to be huge. According to NASA, it will change everything — everything — we know about the solar system. (Blimey!) Here’s what you need to know to catch the event live.
If you’re like me and use WhatsApp on a daily basis, chances are you use the messenger app to swap funny stories, photos and videos. It would be a shame to lose any of that content for whatever reason. The good news is, thanks to a partnership between WhatsApp and Google, you can now back all of that up onto Google Drive.
When Google Reader was discontinued, it broke the hearts of journalists, bloggers and news hounds everywhere. Before that it was Google Talk. Before that; Google Labs. In fact, the search juggernaut has killed off a significant number of useful products in the name of profitability and progress. This infographic marks the passing of every significant product and service: from 2006 to present.
Choosing which takeaway to eat for lunch each day is a decision that plagues many Australian workers. Should you go for a meal that’s filling and delicious or something slimming and healthy? According to celebrity nutritionist Dr Joanna McMillan, it’s possible to tick both boxes in a single dish — you just have to be clever about what you order. Here are eight takeaway choices that are decadent and healthy.
You’re surfing YouTube and you have found yet another hilarious cat video. You desperately want to show this to you friends. Rather than sending them a link on your instant messenger of choice, why not just forcibly open a tab in their Chrome browser? Now you can do so with a Chrome extension called Shove.