World’s Smallest Phone Charger

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“Where most portable chargers fall short is that they’re just too big and bulky. It becomes a dilemma, a conscious choice to carry one with you. You don’t want to take your bag so you end up leaving it at home, only to rue your decision later when your mobile is in dire need of power. Fuel is the world’s smallest phone charger and it’s compact enough to carry with you at all times. Measuring up at a mere 3.3cm x 2.3cm x 1.3cm, and stuffed (somehow!?) with a rechargeable 220mA battery, this feisty little fuel-cell is designed to give you around 20-30 minutes of extra talk time or up to a couple more hours of standby, depending on how you use your phone.” w/ photos

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Top 10 Most Beautiful Abandoned Places In The World

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“In this list are several breathtaking abandoned places from Europe to Asia, and America. The abandoned village of Craco in Italy, the ruins of a German monastery, the temples of Angkor Wat in Cambodia, the picturesque Machu Picchu in Peru, the Holland island which disappeared in the Chesapeake Bay Maryland and the controversial dome houses of Florida. Peek into the complete list of the most astonishing abandoned places in the world.” w/ photos

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Greenland’s Ice Canyon

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This beautiful accident just happened when scientists, who were focusing on the height of the ice above Greenland, suddenly discovered a ‘long linear feature that seemed to be pretty continuous’ through the radar images they’ve shot. The discovery is a gouge 50% longer than Arizona’s 277-mile Grand Canyon, but wasn’t as deep – ranging from 650 feet to 2,600 feet. The canyon starts from the center of Greenland then up to the Petermann Glacier which empties out the northern coast. Because of this, scientists speculated that this was an ancient river long before it was covered by today’s ice sheet.” w/ photos

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Toyota Confirms Fuel Cell Car

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Toyota has confirmed it will launch a hydrogen fuel cell-powered car in 2015, but said sales volumes would be limited. The car, which will be a mid-sized saloon comparable to the current Avensis, will closely reference the Toyota FCV concept shown at the Geneva motor show last month. Toyota says it will use a high-density fuel stack and will have the potential to cover 500 miles on a single tank of fuel. European president, Didier Leroy said he recognized fuel cell technology will take time to be adopted. ‘To help that happen we will bring a reasonable number of cars to Europe. The volume will be limited, but they will be visible on the streets,’ he said.” w/ photos

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