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» The Revolutionary New Birth Control Method for Men

A maverick Indian scientist has developed an elegant, injectable, easily reversible birth control method for men.

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Hasnain says:

Interesting how they use a concept from physics to solve a medical problem.

(big warning: the snapshot from the video is a bit gruesome. scroll down at your own risk on the first page)

Posted on 2011-05-31T16:26:49+0000

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HTC pays Microsoft $5 for each Android phone it sells

Mobile phone makers HTC is paying Microsoft $5 for every handset it sells with the Google-owned Android operating system installed. According to a report on Business Insider, a Citigroup ...

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Memo to Foxconn Workers: “You Aren’t Allowed to Commit Suicide While Making iPads” – TechOrange Glob

Foxconn, China’s largest private employer, is responsible for churning out millions of Apple’s popular products like the iPhone and iPad. It also manufactures consumer electronics for companies like HP, Sony, and Nokia.

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Forget The Streisand Effect, I Think We've Seen The Dawning Of The Giggs Effect | Techdirt

Well, well. A supposedly anonymous UK professional footballer has now sued Twitter, along with some Twitter users for supposedly breaking the "superinjunction" he bought in the UK. As you're probably aware by now, there's been a lot of attention paid to these superinjunctions in the UK, which the

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Sony BMG Greece the latest hacked Sony site | Naked Security

Another Sony website has succumbed to an attack disclosing personal details of Sony customers. SonyMusic.gr was attacked through SQL injection and information disclosed on pastebin.com.

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