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The wallabies begat more wallabies.
The answer to the 'Who's driving this thing?' fish-in-a-tank joke has finally been answered. José!
I enjoyed the books, I enjoyed the movies and I really enjoyed this comic.
Logitech is gunning for the smart-home victory with its new Harmony Living Home system.
Williamsburg has become so popular so quickly that some fear that local infrastructure will buckle under the exploding population.
The app is apparently reminiscent of Cluster, which lets people select pre-chosen groups to share images and posts.
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iPhone 6 Plus display yield in particular is proving a problem.
Are you a Russian oligarch, struggling endlessly to find gratuitous gifts to buy your other Russian oligarch friends?
Jason Paul and his team show their parkour skills in this cool set up that looks like a real-life 8-bit video game.
Each key has individual, customisable lighting options too, letting you assign any of 16.8 million colours to each key.
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Apparently, a 10-minute nap and a rose chaser is all he needs before he feels "fresh as a daisy" once more.
Dixons Carphone will be offering jobs to all 800 of its Phones 4U "store-in-store" colleagues at Curry's PC World shops. A slight silver lining to the otherwise sad news of 5,596 potential job cuts following Phones 4U's closure. Read more...
Military technology, like any other technology, becomes outdated when newer systems greatly improve upon them. But why do some seemingly outdated technologies stick around and others do not?