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The world’s first phone with a built-in thermal camera is kinda hot

The name Cat is usually associated with machinery, so it’s rather fitting that it has the world’s first smartphone with a built-in thermal camera. Announced earlier in the week, it’s on show at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona today, and it offers the first glimpse at this type of technology directly within a phone. Continue reading… The Verge – All ...

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Behind the Scenes of Disney World’s Price Increase

Filed under: Company News, Walt Disney, Travel, Inflation, Entertainment Industry Jae C. Hong/AP It’s going to cost you more to visit Disney World, but this isn’t the end of the world — or the World. Disney’s (DIS) move to raise ticket prices last month is not a surprise to those who have been following the family entertainment giant. Disney has ...

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Miller has surgery for torn hamstring tendon, out for worlds

United States’ Bode Miller crashes during the men’s super-G competition at the alpine skiing world championships, Thursday, Feb. 5, 2015, in Beaver Creek, Colo. Miller did not finish the race. (AP Photo/Marco Trovati) By PAT GRAHAM, AP Sports Writer BEAVER CREEK, Colo. (AP) — Bode Miller had surgery to fix a torn right hamstring tendon he suffered in a super-G ...

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France reclaims title: world’s largest wine maker

PARIS (AP) — France has reclaimed its crown as world’s biggest wine producer after a poor 2014 harvest saw Italy’s wine production plunge 15 percent. French vignerons will produce around 46.2 million hectoliters of wine — about 6.16 billion bottles — this year, up 10 percent from a year earlier. Italy, whose winemakers have out-produced France’s for the last two ...

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The Lost Wallet Experiment: Finding the World’s Most Honest Cities

Filed under: Identity Theft, Travel Jeff Spielman/Getty Images By Lisa Mahapatra Helsinki, Finland, is one of the most honest cities in the world, while Lisbon, Portugal, is the least so, according to a social experiment conducted by Reader’s Digest. Reader’s Digest wanted to know how honest world cities are, so it “lost” 192 wallets in 16 cities — that’s 12 ...

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