Dinner Menu : Year 2040 – What Our Meal Might Look Like.

Dinner Menu : Year 2040 – What Our Meal Might Look Like.

Here is a list of dinner menu ideas for our future generations! Here’s what your meal might look like in the not-so-distant future.  You order : Red meat  | You get : Lab-Grown Beef The first laboratory-grown beef hamburger was inveied last year by Mark Post of Maastricht University in the Netherlands. The beef patty is typically grown using stem cells from a cow’s shoulder – and guess what?  It looked, smelled, and even tasted roughly like a hamburger !So as the science gets better, a less expensive lab burger may…

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Google’s – OAA ‘Open Automotive Alliance’ aims to get Android inside cars

Google’s – OAA ‘Open Automotive Alliance’ aims to get Android inside cars

Google, Apple and Microsoft race to bring software to cars Are you buying a car? Have you found out whether it is compatible with your smartphone? Google has announced a new “Open Automotive Alliance” (OAA), teaming up with carmakers Audi, General Motors, Honda, Hyundai and the graphics chipset company Nvidia to “enable new forms of integration” – but will find Apple and Microsoft already wooing many carmakers with their own software. Nor do carmakers seem prepared to throw their lot in with one or the other platform. Audi, General Motors…

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A new operating system tool for the iPhone – “kill switch” to STOP ‘Apple Picking’!

A new operating system tool for the iPhone – “kill switch” to STOP ‘Apple Picking’!

It’s called “Apple picking,” a growing wave of crime in which thieves target mobile devices, particularly iPhones and iPads. Now the company that gave the crime its name is taking a step to stop it, with a “kill switch”-style update aimed at making the mobile gadgets less valuable to thieves. Activation Lock will be part of iOS 7, the latest version of Apple’s mobile operating system expected to roll out in the fall. The feature will require an Apple ID and password before the phone’s “Find My iPhone” feature can…

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$98,000 Returned To Original Owner By Connecticut Rabbi

$98,000 Returned To Original Owner By Connecticut Rabbi

A Connecticut rabbi returned $98,000 in cash he found in a plastic bag hidden behind drawers of an ordinary office desk he bought on Craigslist in September. Rabbi Noah Muroff, a high school teacher at a private Jewish school in New Haven, discovered the money while dismantling the $150 desk to move it through a narrow doorway. “The desk did not fit … by just a fraction of an inch,” Muroff said. He said he unhooked file cabinet drawers and removed the top of the desk. Then came the unexpected…

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Defining the hygiene statement of your kitchen utilities

Defining the hygiene statement of your kitchen utilities

A clean kitchen welcomes healthy food concepts and definitely turns on the cooking mood. Dirt and grease on utensils, counters and ovens are the biggest turn-offs. Even a glance at an unorganized greasy kitchen annoys you so much. The stainless steel scrubbers play a great role in removing soot and grease off your beloved utensils and kitchen counters. The Steel Scrubber is mostly made of the metal offering perfect clean ups; not even a slightest stain stays. Mostly used as kitchen cleaners, steel scrubbers can also clean up furniture surfaces;…

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