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The Truth about Hydrogen

This episode of Real Engineering is brought to you by Skillshare, home to over twenty thousand classes that could teach you a new life skill. As the world grapples to eliminate fossil fuels from our energy diet, electric cars have seen an incredible boom over the past few years. Last year, over one million electric …

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Top 5 Deadliest Diseases

There’s a lot of stuff out there trying to kill us right now, and today I’m going to talk about the ones that are the best at it. The five deadliest infectious diseases in the world. Now do your self a favor, put away any food you might have nearby you and if you have …

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The Terrifying Truth About Bananas

Here at SciShow HQ we have a little food area for the employees – Sometimes there are donuts. Sometimes there are nuts. Sometimes dried mango. But the one thing that never sticks around and is gone as soon as we can buy it is the wonderful, beautiful, noble banana. Unfortunately for us, they may not …

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Why do Chinese phone companies launch new brands?

Why do Chinese phone companies launch new brands?

This video was sponsored by Squarespace. Okay, you guys have been tweeting at me. Marton, talk about Poco! Why does Xiaomi need a second brand? In fact, why do all major Chinese smartphone makers have multiple brands? So in the 39th episode of my “Story Behind” series, let’s talk multi-brand smartphone strategies. [Intro] Our story …

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How “Crash Safari” Reboots Your Phone

How “Crash Safari” Reboots Your Phone

Crashing a web page is actually really easy. You create a bit of code that says “go into an infinite loop”, and the page goes into an infinite loop. The only reason people don’t do it more often is there’s not much point to it. There have been pages that’ll crash your browser — deliberately …

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The most important Android phone

The most important Android phone

– We are 10 years into the Android era and I’ve been talking a lot about how it’s dominant now. There’s over two billion users and it has over 80% worldwide market share. Now, in a previous video, we looked at why Android got started, but this week, I have a different question. How did …

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