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Explore entire Milky Way Galaxy on Google Chrome Browser

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Though it is humanly not possible to explore entire Milky Way galaxy in one life span. Well, check out a recent buzz from Google Chrome Workshop with their latest experiment using HTML5 & Javascript. Conceptually, they have formed packed Milk Way Galaxy inside a Chrome Browser window. And this time I am really serious!

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FOX: Two-Hour ‘Fringe’ Series Finale Date Announced

The Anti-Nerdist

Via Press Release:

THE FIFTH AND FINAL SEASON OF “FRINGE”

CONCLUDES WITH A TWO-HOUR SERIES FINALE,

INCLUDING THE 100TH EPISODE,

FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, ON FOX 

Climactic Nine-Episode Countdown Continues with an All-New Episode Tonight

November 2, 2012 – As the Fringe team fights for humanity’s future in the fifth and final season, the imaginative journey toward the end of the acclaimed series will culminate in a climactic conclusion during the two-hour final-two-episodes event Friday, Jan. 18 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. This milestone date will also celebrate the series’ 100th episode.

Series Co-Creator and Executive Producer J.J. Abrams reflected on the show’s run: “It has been an absolute honor to have been a part of the weird and wonderful world of FRINGE. I will always owe the cast and crew for pouring their hearts and souls into every dimension of this series. Creating the show with Bob…

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Google smartphone ‘Nexus 4’ sold out within hours

The Super Connections

Google’s latest smartphone device, the Nexus 4, sold out in several countries within hours from its release. Reports came in that by early Tuesday, consumers were complaining the depletion of stocks. Even Google’s Play Shop ran out of the said devices, even posting notices for shoppers to leave their contact details so they could be notified once Nexus 4 had be restocked.

Nexus’ Google Plus page announced that the strong interest on the device led to the running out of the initial stock in a few countries. Experts say the strong demand for the Nexus 4 came from it not being locked to a particular mobile carrier while being sold for a starting price of $299, relatively more affordable than similarly unlocked iPhones from Apple. The Android-device also includes the latest Google mobile applications.

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