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11 Stories You Need to Know Today

11 Stories You Need to Know Today
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A new Brazilian monorail, millions of stolen Korean credit cards, shopping on eBay with Bitcoins, and more.

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 22 january 2014

Pinterest recipes can now be sorted by dietary restrictions. The Next Web

One man stole the credit card information of 20 million Koreans. Quartz

Do online antibullying activist hurt more than they help? The New York Times

eBay may soon begin accepting different cryptocurrencies. Mashable

China forces video uploaders to use their real names. Reuters 

Gastric balloons now come in pill form. The Guardian

Gatorade mobile game encourages kids to avoid drinking water. The Verge

San Franciscan car share service now adds electric bikes. TreeHugger

Hyundai and Kia cars will soon come with 3G wireless service. Mashable

Sao Paolo is currently testing its newly developed monorail system. Wired

Wearable tech company rallies community to create a thought-powered wheelchair. VentureBeat

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