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Toilets Could be Fun

Now men can also play video games while being in front of a urinal. The idea came from the toilet of the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, the designers discovered that by printing a small symbol at the bottom of urinals, men were more focused and the ground was less dirty. The...
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Ricky Martin will be on Glee

Puerto Rican singer Ricky Martin will join Glee’s cast as a guest in January. Martin will impersonate “the hottest Spanish teacher ever in the history of Ohio”, who also has musical talent and he will also direct two big musical numbers in the episode, which is slated to air in...
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Robots Would Watch Convicts in South Korea

In March a contingency of robots would join the guards of a prison in the western city of Pohang. The robots will supervise convicts that show an irregular conduct, hence they would make the human guards job easier. The robots created by Asian Forum for Corrections have a height...
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Fleitas front of Club Sport Emelec

After Juan Ramon Carrasco presents his resignation as coach of Club Sport Emelec, the management of this soccer club appointed former Uruguayan-Ecuadorian player Marcelo Fleitas Silveira, as the new coach of the team. Nassib Neme, president of Emelec, announced yesterday that...
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Correa Gave his Oath in “The Big Brother” Case

Yesterday, Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa arrived to the Fifth Court of Civil of Pichincha, in Quito, at 16:00, to pay deferred his oath (sworn version) into the $ 10 million lawsuit against the authors of the book called ‘El Gran Hermano” (The Big Brother), which...
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Roger Federer Regains Third Place in the ATP

After beating last Sunday at the Masters in London, the world’s favorite Tennis player, Roger Federer regains third place in the ATP rankings, displacing Britain’s, who goes fourth. With her ascent, the Swiss tennis player Andy Murray moves, who had to withdraw from...
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Conrad Murray was sentenced

Conrad Murray heard his sentence this Tuesday morning. The former doctor of the late King of Pop has spent his days at the L.A. County Jail since he was declared guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the trial that lasted six weeks in early November. The day Murray was convicted...
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Harvard University Creates Flexible Robot

Researchers of Harvard University, in United States, created a flexible robot inspired in a squid and a sea star. This unique robot was made with materials that allowed it to move through different terrains on the contrary to the more rigid models. Investigators used soft...
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American Airlines Asks Bankruptcy Protection

American Airlines and its parent AMR sought bankruptcy protection this morning in court and pledged to emerge as a stronger carrier in a move that could prompt another bout of industry consolidation and present a stern test for regulators. These changes are due to the low shares...
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Pakistan Boycotts Afghan Conference

Pakistan has decided to boycott the upcoming conference regarding the future of Afghanistan. The conference scheduled for December 5, 2011; in Bonn, Germany would try to start a reconciliation process in war-wracked Afghanistan. Peter Bergen, CNN national security analyst, added...
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