Exclusive Look Inside the New Facebook HQ: You’ll Like This [PICS]


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We got an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at the new Facebook HQ. Discover what makes Facebook tick in this exclusive pictorial.

Mashable checked in on the new Facebook HQ in December, but there’s been a lot going on since then. The entire campus has a fresh coat of paint — not to mention fresh graffiti-style spray painted and stenciled artwork everywhere. (Employees are encouraged to “hack their space.”)

We got an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look at what makes Facebook tick — the high-tech booking systems, amusingly-named conference rooms, and premium caffeination facilities.

(What really makes Facebook so eager to constantly upgrade itself? Two words: Philz Coffee.) 

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10 Ice-Cool White iPhone Cases


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If you opted for a white iPhone, chances are you have an eye for design. Therefore, you don’t want just any old case messing up your handset’s ice cool look.

We’ve found 10 cases that work brilliantly with the white iPhone. Our roundup includes very simple cases, perfectly suited to minimalists, cases that add texture, and a few cases that offer design without overpowering your phone’s classy vibe.

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Audi Reveals ‘E-Sound,’ an Engine Noise for its Quiet Electric Concepts


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Audi’s e-tron concepts are as green as any hybrid, but even with a 313 HP engine, you’d never hear it coming. Audi’s German engineers have developed a sound to combat the quiet concept and alert pedestrians when the car is approaching.

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This Humanoid Robot has Muscles, Joints, Tendons


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This robot moves like you because it’s built like you. Called, ECCEROBOT, this bot has muscles, joints and tendons. The research team says our moves affect our thoughts, so the first step to artificial intelligence is artificial movement.

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Robótica y ciencia: adiós a las sillas de ruedas. Mirá el video


 

Un invento que muestra hasta dónde llega la robótica y la máxima tecnologia, aplicada a la vida de todos los días.

Por ejemplo, para personas cuadrapléjicas o sin movilidad en sus piernas. Un invento,presentado desde que ayudará a aquellos que necesiten usar sillas de ruedas por el resto de sus vidas. Lo cuentan, a través de la historia de este joven de 28 años.   Impresionante.

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SEO is Dead: A Fun Romp through the “Death of SEO” Graveyard


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Pin It “The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” -Mark Twain It’s been said that SEO is dead. It’s been said a lot, actually. But no, this is not another dumb, disguised, fake controversy “death of SEO” linkbait article.

 

“The reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated.” -Mark Twain It’s been said that SEO is dead. It’s been said a lot, actually. But no, this is not another dumb, disguised, fake controversy “death of SEO” linkbait article. No. This is a fun, full-disclosure, zero-controversy death of SEO linkbait article. Now that you’re done groaning and rolling your eyes, settle for a fun-tastic journey thought the SEO graveyard! What Killed SEO in the Past? Here’s what I dug up (pardon the pun) as to what seems to have caused the demise of SEO over the years, in no particular order: Google Instant Web 3.0 Social Networking Sites / “Social Media Marketing” Apps Facebook / Bing Deal Personalized Search Search Plus Your World Panda Google Caffeine Various Google Algorithm Updates Google Local Siri Mobile Google Plus Google SearchWiki (my fave on this list… remember that one?) Judging by my list, Google is more than just an accomplice in the murder of SEO. – Published at Portent, an internet marketing company.

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Incluso para los más fanáticos seguidores de la saga ‘Star Wars’ tragarse la primera trilogía (nos referimos a las precuelas, claro)

Pero la tecnología avanza que es una barbaridad y retocar una película ya no es patrimonio exclusivo de sus creadores. Cualquier pelatubos con pocos escrúpulos y un Final Cut puede recortar (añadir es más complicado), reorganizar los planos, suprimir un diálogo especialmente coñazo o cambiar el final de su película todavía-no-favorita. Es lo que ha hecho un actor con nombre de personaje de la saga con la trilogía inicial de las galaxias. Topher Grace, famoso en EEUU por su papel de Eric en ‘That 70s Show” y fan declarado de ‘Star Wars’, está de acuerdo con el grueso de los espectadores de la segunda trilogía: sobra paja y falta chicha, así que ha montado su propia versión. 

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