1. This Guy’s Office Post-It Murals Put The Rest of Us To Shame
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-04-05 at 13:00:00

The word “office” usually makes us think of a drab and uninspiring sea of monochromatic cubicles. Not content with the status-quo, designer Ben Brucker decided to spruce his walls up—by creating pixelated superhero murals from over 8,000 post-it not...

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2. Real-time Animal Crossing music, right in your browser
     Published by Polygon on 2015-04-05 at 15:14:58

One of the best parts of Nintendo's Animal Crossing series is Kazumi Totaka's serene, beautiful background music, which changes based on the time of day you play. Animal Crossing Music, a fan-made extension for Google Chrome, duplicates that ...

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3. The Large Hadron Collider is back and stronger than ever
     Published by Endgadget on 2015-04-05 at 08:30:00

Yes, it's back -- after a two-year upgrade program, CERN's Large Hadron Collider is once again operational. Scientists are only firing collision-free proton beams right now to test the new system, but they'll ramp up over the next few months to the p...

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4. Despite its looks, this 3D printed violin (probably) won’t kill you
     Published by Endgadget on 2015-04-05 at 05:05:00

It might not be a Stradivarius, but the violin you see above is pretty impressive on its own merits. For starters, it's 3D printed and only has two strings. And that's to say nothing of its appearance; this thing looks like it'd be right at home on T...

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5. Galactic Easter Eggs Are Cosmically Awesome
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-04-05 at 07:00:00

Tired of seeing the same old boring, pastel-colored Easter eggs every year? Allison Murray of Dream a Little Bigger decided to make Easter a bit more galactic, with stunning results. And with her step-by-step tutorial, you can recreate these little aliens...

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6. Google wants no-cost international roaming for its phone service
     Published by Endgadget on 2015-04-05 at 11:58:00

Google may not have grand ambitions for its upcoming cellular network, but the company could still have a few clever tricks up its sleeve. The Telegraph claims that Google is talking to wireless giant Hutchison Whampoa, the owner of Three (and soon O...

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7. Furious 7 is a superhero movie
     Published by The Verge on 2015-04-05 at 11:33:41

Editor's note: this article contains mild spoilers for Furious 7. 
The Fast and Furious movies were once about a rag-tag group of car enthusiasts with a penchant for pulling off daring heists... and basically anything else cool they could do wi...

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8. Watching a Go-Pro Camera Fall 10,000 Feet is Mesmerizing
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-04-05 at 16:00:00

A Go-Pro camera was recently found outside of Kristianstad, Sweden, after its skydiving owner lost it during a jump. Remarkably, the camera was still functional, but even more incredible is the footage it captured during nearly 10,000 feet of descent. Re...

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9. The next Apple TV won’t play 4K video
     Published by Endgadget on 2015-04-05 at 14:23:00

The long-rumored Apple TV update is expected to do many things, including run apps and stream a TV service, but there's one thing it isn't expected to do: play 4K video. A source for BuzzFeed News' John Paczkowski (who's historically accurate with su...

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10. A Tale of Two Drakes
     Published by The Verge on 2015-04-05 at 12:40:36

Drake wakes up. He looks out his sizable bedroom window and across his swelling, well-manicured grounds while thinking about his saltwater pool. It's so big. Bigger than most pools. Maybe he will go swimming today. He turns around a notices a m...

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11. LHC reboot: the world’s largest particle accelerator is now active
     Published by The Verge on 2015-04-05 at 07:08:59

The Large Hadron Collider is reborn — on Easter weekend, of course. After shutting it down for two years in February 2013, the world's biggest and most powerful particle accelerator is up and running again. That doesn't mean that it's going ...

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12. Sharp said to be spinning off its smartphone LCD business
     Published by Endgadget on 2015-04-05 at 10:02:00

Sharp is still in financial trouble despite shifting more of its attention to mobile displays, and it appears ready to take some drastic action to keep itself afloat. Nikkei, Reuters and the Wall Street Journal all claim that the Japanese firm is pla...

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13. Urban Ants Love Junk Food, Too
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-04-05 at 08:00:00

Anyone who’s ever dropped an ice cream cone knows that ants love sugar. But for ants that live on city streets and pavements, junk food may be a matter of survival.Read more...

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14. This Stunning Image Shows Us The Future of Climate Models
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-04-05 at 10:00:00

This technicolor swirl may look like an artist’s acid trip, but what you’re actually looking at is the next generation of high-resolution climate models.Read more...

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16. David Lynch leaves Twin Peaks revival due to budget concerns
     Published by Polygon on 2015-04-05 at 17:32:02

Showtime announced back in October of 2014 that Twin Peaks would be returning for a nine-episode run in 2016, with David Lynch returning to direct, not to mention co-write the series with Mark Frost.
It now looks like Lynch's involvement with t...

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17. Why Sunday Is Money Day for App Makers
     Published by Recode on 2015-04-05 at 05:00:04

Day of rest? Maybe. But if you're in the app business, it's business time, because your users are ready to spend.

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18. Optical nanotech sensor can sniff out bad food and explosives
     Published by Endgadget on 2015-04-05 at 02:01:00

The days of having to rely on pricey lab sensors (or carefully trained canines) to detect bad food and bombs may soon come to an end. Oregon State University researchers have developed a hybrid optical and nanotechnology sensor that's at once super-s...

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19. Survey: Samsung beats Apple in customer loyalty (Microsoft has little)
     Published by CNet on 2015-04-05 at 17:38:40

Technically Incorrect: SurveyMonkey poll suggests that where Apple wins is in customer service satisfaction, while Microsoft lags badly.

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20. How Rage Quitting and Humble Bragging Have Become Real Things
     Published by Gizmodo on 2015-04-05 at 14:00:00

Welcome to Reading List, a weekly collection of great tech reads from around the web. This week explores how the internet has spawned a new class of phrasal constructions a la “rage quitting,” whether Bitcoin could work in prison, how department store...

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