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Free Netflix Account Generator 2020

Free Netflix Account Generator 2020 Free Netflix Accounts Generator: Netflix is the talk of the town today. A one-stop platform for all your entertainment needs, where you get to watch loads of new movies and TV shows. It is definitely the best option to receive your daily dose of entertainment without having to worry about missing your favorite show due to busy schedules. What’s more, you can even repeatedly watch your most-loved movie or TV show as many times as you want. All this and much more is possible on Netflix – both web and mobile app versio

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Sir Tim Berners-Lee attacks Tories over misinformation 

Sir Tim Berners-Lee Sir Tim Berners-Lee: The inventor of the World Wide Web has accused the Conservatives of spreading misinformation during the general election campaign. Sir Tim Berners-Lee described the renaming of a Tory Twitter account as a fact checking body as “impersonation”. “That was really brazen,” he told the BBC. “It was unbelievable they would do that.” During a live TV leaders’ debate on Tuesday the Tory press office account @CCHQ was rebranded “factcheckuk”. The renaming remained for the duration of the hour-long debate between Boris J

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Lamborghini’s newest concept car is a gamer’s dream come true 

Lamborghini’s newest concept car is a gamer’s dream Lamborghini’s newest concept car is a gamer’s dream: Lamborghini unveiled a quick, futuristic concept car named V12 Vision GT that anyone with a few hundred dollars in their pocket will be able to race. Powered by a hybrid drivetrain, this spaceship-like coupe was created for Gran Turismo Sport on PlayStation 4. The V12 Vision GT is easily one of the most extreme-looking Lamborghini models we’ve ever seen. It takes the Italian company’s design language in an extremely futuristic direction, yet it’s also a l

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Straight flush: Why smart toilets could be the health revolution of the future 

Straight Flush Straight flush: Since the first internet-connected smart devices burst onto the scene, a few (smartphones, smartwatches, smart TVs, smart speakers) have become ubiquitous. Several (smart locks, smart thermostats, smart doorbells, smart fridges) have thrilled the early adopter crowd, but not quite yet broken into the mainstream. And a large number of others (smart toasters, smart bins, smart umbrellas) have barely made a dent at all, remaining niche novelty items for techies with too much money. Is it time that smart toilets ascended from this third categor