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The World's First Lab-Grown Meat Burger Tastes Terrible (Surprise!)

BBC correspondent Pallab Ghosh was present at the meat's inaugural tasting event, and live-tweeted the tasters metered reaction to the lab-grown meat. Read More >>

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The World's First Test-Tube Burger Was Funded By Google's Sergey Brin

The super-secret bankroller of the world's first lab-grown stem cell burger, which'll be cooked and taste tested in London this afternoon,has been revealed as none-other than Google's billionaire co-founder, Sergey Brin. It seems self-driving cars, space mining, and Google Glass just aren't enough future for him. Read More >>

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This Is What Happens When Your Experimental Lab Has Too Much Time and Money

Why, yes, that is Sergey Brin driving around in a pink zero-emission Batmobile. Apparently that's what the crew of Google's X Lab get up to on April Fools, pimping the boss' £50,000-plus electric Tesla Model S. Rumour has it that he quite likes it too. Oh how the other half live. [Google+Twitter, Brian Li via 9to5Google] Read More >>

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Sergey Brin Thinks Your Smartphone Is for Girls

Hey, sweetheart, nice iPhone. Nice Android, too. It matches your Hello Kitty mug and bra. In fact, it's downright "emasculating," according to Google co-founder and Professional Computer Face Sergey Brin. So, stop throwing your manliness away. Read More >>

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Sergey Brin: Web Freedom Faces Its Greatest Threat Ever

Over the past three decades, the internet has changed — and if you're to believe Sergey Brin, the principles of openness and universal access that underpinned it at its conception are under the greatest threat they've ever faced. Read More >>

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How the Google Glasses Actually Look in Real Life (Hint: Not Good)

Here's Google cofounder Sergey Brin demonstrating how the Google glasses actually look when used by a real human instead of a model. Awkward. Read More >>

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Why Do Three Google Execs Own Eight Private Jets?

How is the world's top search engine going to put its software in every TV on earth? Not by flying commercial, like some sort of company for poor people! Let's just buy a few spare private jets, just in case. Read More >>

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