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The iPhone 6 Plus endures several sit-down tests before shipping.

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Posted by on Tuesday, August 26th, 2014 in Uncategorized

Leak shows that the iPhone six getting super charged. Check it out here!

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Movie posters aren’t what they used to be. In recent years, the most interesting and innovative work is coming from the fans, not traditional advertising departments. Through shows like Comic-Con and outlets like Mondo, talented artists and design…

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Android Wear is quickly gaining support for more messaging apps beyond Google’s Hangouts. WhatsApp recently released a beta update enabling owners of the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live to dictate message replies, swipe through a stack of multiple notifications, and view full-length message previews. Now, Facebook is following close behind and adding support for Android Wear to Messenger.

Whereas before the app simply mirrored your phone’s notifications on your wrist, now you’re able to immediately respond to a friend’s message by talking to your watch. And if a voice reply isn’t feasible at the moment, Messenger also lets Android Wear users send a thumbs-up “like” response with just one tap. That convenience is great, but most people…

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Getting around Westeros often leads to trouble, but what if there was a subway? Designer Michael Tyznik has imagined just such a scenario, and put together a fictional rail map of the fictional kingdom from the Game of Thrones series that will take you from the Shadow Tower to King’s Landing with just one transfer station. If only it were so simple — but then George R.R. Martin’s books would have been more like a food blog.

Tyznik says he was inspired to create the maps of Westeros and The Known World from Cameron Booth’s Tumblr of transit maps, and has included all sorts of small touches like noting certain stations that are “not in service” to coincide with plot points from the books. Both are being sold as prints, and can be seen at…

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