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Weird Wide Web: A miracle phone battery, updating your relationship status and the kitchen of the future

All of your essential tech and social media news for the week in one byte-sized portion.

WELCOME TO THE Weird Wide Web – where we take a look at the week’s best offerings in tech and social media news.

Coveted phone battery of the week

This new mobile phone has a battery life that lasts a month. A whole MONTH.

Microsoft Microsoft

Amazing car of the week

This electric car will set you back $529,000 but inside it has an insane computer system system powered by the word’s first ‘Superchip’, Business Insider reports.

Business Insider Business Insider

Dying Facebook craze of the week

Remember back in the day, when everyone was dying to put it out there on Facebook that they were very much ‘In a Relationship’? Those days are over, according to Buzzfeed poll which found 40% of twenty-somethings refuse to put that information on Facebook anymore. Are we single? Are we in a relationship? Is it complicated? Mind your own business.

Connected kitchen of the week

Kitchens of the future will tell you when the food in your kitchen is going off, what to make for dinner and how to make it. It will even give you a wine recommendation and helps you plan dinner parties, Mashable reports. It’s the epitome of Cooking for Dummies.

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Impressive but tiny gadget of the week

Samsung’s new flash drive can transfer movies in just a few seconds. It weighs about 30 grams and is smaller than a business card.

Samsung Samsung

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