Happy birthday! How did I know? Because humans are pretty predictable when it comes to having babies (also, data).
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The older someone gets the harder it is to find them the perfect birthday present. So why not just throw in the towel and go the gag gift route instead? This amazing musical card plays Happy Birthday to help someone celebrate their big day, except once started the only way to silence the card is to destroy it.
We've seen a lot of awesome cake designs over the years, but this is the first time we've been genuinely envious over what a six-year-old was served at his birthday party. After all, who wouldn't want an R2-D2 birthday cake that actually projects holograms like the one Marc Freilich made for his son Alexander?
Presumably developed at some top-secret DARPA-funded research lab, what you're looking at here is the future of birthday-cake candle technology, available today. Believe it or not, for just $US20, you can order a three-pack of these spinning candles that shoot flames before opening like a flower, all the while playing Happy Birthday.
Yesterday, Google put up an ad for its Nexus 7 tablets on the US Google home page. Today, the search giant will also start rolling out birthday reminders for people in your Google+ circles.