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|Google Currents – If you are someone who keeps a track of what’s trending in the online tech space then you probably know everything about Google Currents by now. It’s an app for Android and iOS phones and tablet devices that imitates the Flipboard-like method to deliver web content. Read more: Google Currents: A Different Way To Browse Web Content On Tablets|
|– If you are a fan of Wikipedia, you know how new content gets posted and edited, but may not have an idea just how fast Wikipedia is constantly updated. If you need a visual reminder, then you need to check out Wikistream. This tool shows a stream or real-time updates currently happening in Wikipedia.|
|Hubii – Are you tired of reading news that you barely care about? Maybe you want to know about sports and all you get is politics? Well, Hubi is where you should go then. With Hubi, users can zoom in to any location on Google Maps and find local newspapers agencies in the region. The service shows different markers on the map which represent local newspapers. Read more: Hubii: Find Interesting News Using Google Maps|
|– If you like movie clips showing actual explosions, you will love this site. Devastating Explosions is a collection of clips showing serious explosions. The best part about the site is that there is no navigation menu, no links to click, no text to read at all.|
|HappyToDos – There is no shortage of project management tools online, with each of them having a different insight and solutions on getting teams to get things done. HappyToDos is one such app that offers a simple approach with some nice kinks, such as a focus on automatic scheduling, priority management, and more. Read more: HappyToDos: Project Management Tools With Virtual Managers|
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