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How saber-toothed cats grew their mouth swords – Vox

Daily Mail How saber-toothed cats grew their mouth swordsVoxHow much time does it take to grow a 7-inch-long mouth dagger? Our new video explains: An error occurred. Unable to execute Javascript. Like this video? Subscribe to Vox on YouTube. The saber-toothed cat Smilodon fatalis roamed America during the …Sabre-tooth tiger didn't grow its teeth until the age of threeDaily MailI'll... 

Sony Xperia Z4 tablet review: a great device saddled with a terrible dock – Engadget

Engadget Sony Xperia Z4 tablet review: a great device saddled with a terrible dockEngadgetSony's tablets have quietly been getting better over the years. Prioritizing refinement over dazzling new features, the Xperia Z2 Tablet and Z3 Tablet Compact were two of 2014's best. The Xperia Z4 Tablet is the direct replacement to the Z2, and Sony …Sony's Xperia Z4 Confusion Will Kill... 

Hawking, Schwarznegger and Huffington quiz Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg – The Australian Financial Review

The Australian Financial Review Hawking, Schwarznegger and Huffington quiz Facebook's Mark ZuckerbergThe Australian Financial ReviewMark Zuckerberg was quizzed by the likes of Stephen Hawking in the latest Facebook Q&A. Kimihiro Hoshino. Yolanda Redrup. Share on twitter · Share on Google Plus. by Yolanda Redrup. What do Arianna Huffington, Stephen Hawking and Arnold …Mark... 

Report: Leaked iPhone 6S photo suggests longer battery life – Mashable

Mashable Report: Leaked iPhone 6S photo suggests longer battery lifeMashableWith the debut of the next-generation iPhone likely three months away — a new one traditionally launches each September — the Apple rumor mill is heating up right on schedule. Allegedly leaked photos of Apple's upcoming iPhone, presumed to be called …iPhone 6s Casing Photos Leak, Show Few ChangesInformationWeekPics... 

Sprint Ditches Streaming Video Cap After Backlash – PC Magazine

CNET Sprint Ditches Streaming Video Cap After BacklashPC MagazineSprint said today that its new "All-In" wireless plan will not cap video streaming at 600Kbps after all. Going forward, those who sign up for the plan will not be met with 3G speeds when they try to watch Netflix or a YouTube video. "At Sprint, we …Sprint Cancels Plan to Dramatically Slow Online VideosTIMESprint... 
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