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Scientists grew a human heart from mature human skin cells. Maybe one day when your’s stops beating you can just replace it with one of these. 
http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=329557
Craig Devoy 
Co-Founder of Waurb

Scientists grew a human heart from mature human skin cells. Maybe one day when your’s stops beating you can just replace it with one of these. 

http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=329557

Craig Devoy 

Co-Founder of Waurb

Reddit cofounder Alexis Ohanian is at the top of his game. Three successful start-ups to his name, he must be doing something right. Take an hour out of your day and watch this video to find out why. 

Craig Devoy

Co-Founder of Waurb

Congrats to Andy Murray. Hard work, sweat and some luck is all you need.http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=265562 
Craig // Co-Founder of Waurb

Congrats to Andy Murray. Hard work, sweat and some luck is all you need.

http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=265562 

Craig // Co-Founder of Waurb

Looking for an alternative to Google Reader? Then look no further. 
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Craig Devoy // Co-founder of Waurb

Looking for an alternative to Google Reader? Then look no further. 

Sign up for free @ waurb.com

Craig Devoy // Co-founder of Waurb

Saturn is coming into clear view for the first time in 7 years. Allowing you to see the planet and it’s rings. 
http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=244150
Craig Devoy // Co-founder of Waurb

Saturn is coming into clear view for the first time in 7 years. Allowing you to see the planet and it’s rings. 

http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=244150

Craig Devoy // Co-founder of Waurb

As the Internet has seemingly endless growth potentials so does the hacker’s imagination and knowledge of that Internet grow. 
Large companies like Adobe and LinkedIn are learning this week just how fast people are learning their secrets on how they keep the world of the Internet and your data safe. The odds are stacked aggressively against them. It is well known that people who hack these companies and find new ways to infiltrate them are usually given jobs in that company. Or in the case of LinkedIn’s DNS attack probably a senior role.
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Craig Devoy // Co-Founder of Waurb

As the Internet has seemingly endless growth potentials so does the hacker’s imagination and knowledge of that Internet grow. 

Large companies like Adobe and LinkedIn are learning this week just how fast people are learning their secrets on how they keep the world of the Internet and your data safe. The odds are stacked aggressively against them. It is well known that people who hack these companies and find new ways to infiltrate them are usually given jobs in that company. Or in the case of LinkedIn’s DNS attack probably a senior role.

#DiscoverGreatContent with Waurb // Sign up for free @ waurb.com

Craig Devoy // Co-Founder of Waurb

For all you runners out there.

This article from Mashable features 8 social networks to help you pluck up the courage and strength to get out and hit those extra miles. 

Our favourite from the 8 is Fitocracy, we love a challenge.

http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=228539

For all you E.T. fans the chance at being able to recreate probably your favourite scene is closer than you maybe thought. Although the bike can’t yet support a human until it gets better batteries. I can imagine that the bike needs a whole lot of juice to get off the ground.
Or if you already know of any aliens able to make objects fly then you are one step ahead of the creators of this fantastic contraption. Via (Mashable)
http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=221807

For all you E.T. fans the chance at being able to recreate probably your favourite scene is closer than you maybe thought. Although the bike can’t yet support a human until it gets better batteries. I can imagine that the bike needs a whole lot of juice to get off the ground.

Or if you already know of any aliens able to make objects fly then you are one step ahead of the creators of this fantastic contraption. Via (Mashable)

http://www.waurb.com/a.php?id=221807

From the breakdancing jesus to the Prism scandal. It has been shocking and busy week for controversy. 
There has also been a fair amount of tech related releases, the XBOX One and the PS4 have all been announced. Exciting times for gamers and mostly everyone as more and more these consoles focus on becoming home entertainment systems. Although bit of next gen gaming never harmed anyone did it?
The big Google news of the week was their acquisition of Waze for a cool 1 billion. Yup that is a whole lot of zeros. 
But by far the most intriguing and thought catching is from the genius Backyard Brains. They have release a mind control device (with app of course) for cockroaches called ‘RoboRoach' that you can also fund on Kickstarter. It does require some roach surgery so for all of the squeamish people out there this isn’t maybe on for you. 

From the breakdancing jesus to the Prism scandal. It has been shocking and busy week for controversy. 

There has also been a fair amount of tech related releases, the XBOX One and the PS4 have all been announced. Exciting times for gamers and mostly everyone as more and more these consoles focus on becoming home entertainment systems. Although bit of next gen gaming never harmed anyone did it?

The big Google news of the week was their acquisition of Waze for a cool 1 billion. Yup that is a whole lot of zeros. 

But by far the most intriguing and thought catching is from the genius Backyard Brains. They have release a mind control device (with app of course) for cockroaches called ‘RoboRoach' that you can also fund on Kickstarter. It does require some roach surgery so for all of the squeamish people out there this isn’t maybe on for you. 

Pizza delivered by a drone. If this doesn’t make someone excited by future technologies I don’t know what will. Everyone loves pizza but imagine every other kind of delivery you could get. Your parcel could be with you in a few hours. All you have to do is order off Amazon and they ship it out via a drone. Saying that though it would probably cost you $20 to get it delivered, but the novelty would never wear off.