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Ever posted something on Twitter or Facebook that you've later regretted? Not a problem with Sobrr, where everything is programmed to automatically expire after a period of 24 hours. The post Sobrr is the latest social network where everything disappears appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Late actor and comedian Robin Williams, who was found dead in his San Francisco Bay Area home on Monday, will be memorialized in World of Warcraft, one of the video games he used to play The post Robin Williams will be immortalized with a character in World of Warcraft appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The first Range Rover ever built is scheduled to cross the auction block in England later this month. The truck was fully restored in the 1990s and it looks to be in like-new condition in spite of showing 86,000 miles on the clock. The post First-ever Range Rover worth at least twice the price of a new model appeared first on Digital Trends.

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If you're a Google Now user, you'll start to see recommendations for nearby points of interest in the near future: Google is rolling parts of its Field Trip app into the virtual assistant. The post Google plugs its Field Trip app into Google Now appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Excel documents are used by people and businesses all over the world. Thankfully, it's easy to secure them with a password. Here's how. The post How to password protect a Microsoft Excel document appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Take a first peek at the planet Mars, as it appears in Bungie's upcoming multiplayer first-person shooter, Destiny. The game is out September 9 for PlayStation/Xbox consoles. The post The Red Planet will run redder with blood in Destiny Mars trailer appeared first on Digital Trends.

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If you need a little extra help distinguishing cold hard fact from satirical fiction, Facebook is automatically labelling some spoof articles with a "satire" tag once they've been visited. The post Facebook tests a satire tag to help you spot fake news appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Quiet Events holds silent disco parties in New York City. Just put your headphones on, select you DJ, and get your groove on. The post Have you been to a Headphone Party? Here’s why Quiet Events are making a lot of noise appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Fresh off of releasing its design patents to the public in June, American automaker Tesla is taking more steps to improve brand image. The company has announced that the drive warranty for the Model S now covers eight years and an infinite amount of driving miles. The post Tesla updates Model S drive warranty, now spans eight years and unlimited miles appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The iPhone 6 appears to be on track to make its long-anticipated debut at an Apple event on Sept. 9, and there will be a pool of more than 25 million current iPhone owners who are champing at the bit to make an upgrade. The post More than 25 million U.S. iPhone owners may be anxious to upgrade to the iPhone 6 appeared first on Digital Trends.

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If you own a smartphone, chances are it has a gyroscope – and chances also are that gyroscope can be used (without special permissions) as a microphone to listen in on your private conversations, according to three researchers. The post Your smartphone’s gyroscope can be turned into an eavesdropping hacker’s microphone appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Though still relatively new, video chat clients help you connect with people all around the globe. Check out our list of the best video chat apps for iOS and Android. The post The 9 best video chat applications for Android and iPhone appeared first on Digital Trends.

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MIT's Ethan Zuckerman coded the first ever pop-up ad, and the Internet has been funded by advertising ever since. Now he's calling for a rethink as Facebook and Google take more liberties with our privacy. The post ‘Sorry for the trouble’ says the inventor of the pop-up ad appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Burned out on apps, keys and screens? Improve your analog life this weekend! Digital Trends’ brother site The Manual exists to give men straight-up advice, from unspoken suit rules you need to know, to the latest in fashion, food, drink, travel, grooming and culture. The post Flipping through The Manual: Conquering canyons, whiskey bars and the track appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Researchers from UC Berkeley and MIT have developed screens that could display things to you as clear as day, even if you have poor vision. Learn more here. The post New display tech fixes poor eyesight; Glasses and contacts not required appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Now you can impress everyone at the party by explaining how your phone can send dance music to the speakers wirelessly, just don't pause the jams! The post This is how Bluetooth works, and no, it’s not by magic appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Despite the fact that each of the Kilobots is only about the size of a quarter, they number over 1000, and their advanced coordination allows them to operate with almost no human interaction. The post Harvard researchers have created a swarm of learning robots appeared first on Digital Trends.

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There may be times where you want to find out what kind of graphics card your computer has. This free program for Windows will tell you. The post How to see what kind of graphics card you have without opening your computer appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Check out our list of independently developed games that will be coming to Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program, as announced by Microsoft at Gamescom 2014. The post Pixels, Roguelikes, and Platformers, oh my! Indies are storming Xbox One though ID@Xbox appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The cynical Samsung Galaxy Alpha, and the copycat Amazon Fire Phone, are proof manufacturers are still running scared of the big, bad Apple iPhone. The post The Galaxy Alpha is proof that Samsung is terrified of iPhone 6 appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Even the most well-protected computers can be accessed through bugs in unencrypted data transfers, says a top security researcher — those cat videos could be more dangerous than you think. The post Even a simple cat video can hack your computer appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Heading to Twitter to get your soccer fix? The English Premier League kicks off this weekend but authorities are using crawler bots to stop users uploading goals to Twitter and Vine. The post Stop posting goals on Vine, says English Premier League appeared first on Digital Trends.

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Quietly increasing the memory size without increasing the price, anyone that's purchased a Kindle Paperwhite e-reader recently will be glad to know that there's more internal memory for storing books. The post Amazon doubles Kindle Paperwhite storage, now holds 2,000 books appeared first on Digital Trends.

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How do you make the McLaren P1 hybrid supercar better? Ignore the rules. The McLaren P1 GTR may not be street legal, but it promises to offer unfathomable performance when it debuts next year. The post McLaren’s P1 GTR design concept is too hot for the street appeared first on Digital Trends.

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The Lamborghini Huracán LP620-2 Super Trofeo is ready to take to the track in Lamborghini's one-make Blancpain Super Trofeo series. Its performance should match its intimidating looks. The post Raging bull in a fire suit: Lamborghini Huracán LP620-2 Super Trofeo revealed appeared first on Digital Trends.

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