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With the speed of innovation in the tech industry, we can’t know every piece of technology that will fill our everyday lives in five years, but we can predict what won’t last. As smartphones begin to render low-end cameras obsolete and Netflix continues to upend the DVD and Blu-ray market, it’s clear the technology landscape will look dramatically different in the near future.

Here are five tech products we predict will go the way of the dodo in the next half-decade.

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I have received many inquiries from people wanting to get into modeling, but are unsure where to begin. Making money as a freelance model can seem vague, confusing, and overwhelming for those unfamiliar the process. This is by no stretch of the imagination a complete guide to the intricacies of the business, instead intended to be a starting point for aspiring models to build from.

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...and Gave Him The Best First Week Sales Of His Career

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Mila Kunis just keeps on raking in those sexy titles.

After being named Esquire's "Sexiest Women Alive" in October and Details' "Most F*ckable Celebrity" last month, the gorgeous 29-year-old has now snagged another honor: FHM's "Sexiest Woman In The World 2013," beating 99 other ladies and countless more who didn't even make the list.

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Google recently released a video to help Google Glass users (and potential consumers) understand how to operate the highly anticipated wearable tech. The video explains how the touchpad is located on the eyeglass frames between your temple and ear. You can "wake up" Glass by tapping the touchpad. You can manually adjust the position of the home screen image so that it "sits" above your line of sight.

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