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Microsoft Kills Off Internet Explorer

For years Internet Explorer has been hanging on life support and finally the day has come that Microsoft is pulling the plug.

From MSN:

The end is finally in sight for Microsoft’s long-fraught Internet Explorer. At the Microsoft Convergence conference Monday in Atlanta, Chris Capossela, Microsoft’s head of marketing, said the new flagship browser for Windows, which was announced in January and is codenamed Project Spartan, will not be associated with the Internet Explorer brand.

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iPhone App Lets You Text Drake Lyrics

Do you have an iPhone? Do you want to drop game like Drake does in his songs while you are texting? Now you can, thanks to a new iPhone app called Drizzy Keyboard, currently available on iTunes. Apple users who download the app have the capability to install a keyboard which features an array of quotes from the Canadian rap/crooner. The app even lets you get specific, allowing users to choose quotes by moods. For example, if you are feeling emo about an ex (plenty of Drake relatable content there), it’s a section for that. Other sections include, Feel, Hustle, Hate and Random.

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FCC Approves New Net Neutrality Rules

The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to implement new net neutrality rules designed to make sure Internet service providers treat all legal content equally.

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FedEx Won't Ship Machine That Prints Untraceable Guns

Defense Distributed sells a $1500 digital mill called the Ghost Gunner. Among other things, it can carve an aluminum AR-15 rifle body without a serial number. FedEx refuses to ship it.

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Here's A Sneak Peek at the Samsung Galaxy S6

Fandroids rejoice.  Our first look at the Samsung Galaxy S6 is here.

While its not much and its only from the side, its all Samsung is teasing for right now. 

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Audi's Driverless Car Headed From Cali To Las Vegas

Audi's A7 Sportback is set to travel 550 miles from Silicon Valley to Las Vegas for CES 2015 with minimal human interference.

The prototype driverless car will require some piloting when it enters urban areas, but is otherwise fully autonomous in real world traffic and road conditions.

The car is capable of accelerating and braking independently, and can even change lanes and overtake other vehicles.

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