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This New Trailer For A Good Day To Die Hard is a Symphony of Bullets and Explosions

Who would have thought that Bruce Willis would be still kicking ass on the big screen over 20 years since the first Die Hard appeared on cinema screens? Not me, that's for sure, but I'm glad he's still at it, as this trailer looks like a helluva lot of mindless-popcorn-fodder fun. Yippie Ki-Yay Mother Russia, anyone? Read More >>

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Bond #23 Has Finally Touched Down, So What Did You Think of Skyfall? (Warning: Spoilers)

A new James Bond film is always a fantastic spectacle, especially after months of teasers, trailers and speculation (and a nifty little game!) -- I know I can't wait to check out Skyfall. And I know many of you are also looking forward to it, or have even checked it out already as of last Friday! Reviews have been fairly positive, but who cares what the critics think -- we care what you, our dear readers, think of the film, so put on your best Mark Kermode glasses, and share below. (Warning: May contain spoilers.) Read More >>

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Samsung Is Set To Come Up With a Foldable Touchscreen Device Next Year?

Hmm, rumour has it that Samsung are set to release some kind of foldable touchscreen device (perhaps related to the bendy screens above?) at some point next year that will tout a 5.3" Super AMOLED HD Dual display, and of course, will be Android powered. Sounds rather interesting, and well, pretty nifty to be honest. Read More >>

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Dyson Accuses Bosch of Paying a Super-Secret Espionage Research Spy

Dyson is pointing the finger at rival Bosch, of apparently paying an employee to steal company secrets from inside its research division. Having filed legal proceedings against the German company, Dyson claims that a member of staff was handling secrets to Bosch for as long as two years. Not quite Bond, right? Read More >>

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Our Cops Could Bust Crime a Bit Quicker With Ford's Brand New Police-Coloured Focus ST

Now here's a set of wheels I'm sure our very own Matt Delito would love to get behind, as I'm sure it's going to be more than just a tad quicker than the usual police car you see driving down the street. Yes, Ford has decked out a Focus ST Wagon draped in police colours and a mean looking grill to stare down crime in the face, and I'm sure it absolutely flies. Read More >>

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Samsung's Galaxy S III and Note 2 Will Be Vodafone's First 4G Phones

Our very own bright red mobile operator has relayed plans that it will offer the Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note 2 as the first 4G handsets on its fresh and fast network when it launches next Spring. Read More >>

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Scottish Brewery Creates World's Strongest Beer (That Causes One Massive Hangover)

So, they say the world is going to end this year, and it looks like a Scottish brewery has got just the right stuff to celebrate the catastrophic event, with a rather potent 65 per cent beer aptly named Armageddon, which just so happens to (apparently) be the world's strongest. Read More >>

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Samsung Ships Twice as Many Smartphones For Every One Apple Sells

The whole world is smartphone crazy with pretty much everyone and their mum using some kind of smart cellular device, and shipments have been sky high in Q3. And it looks like Samsung has been leading the charge with their Galaxy series of devices, with the Korean giant managing to ship over double the amount Apple moved in the same period. Woah. Read More >>

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Amazon Flicks The Switch On For the Kindle Owners' Lending Library

It looks like Amazon is delivering on all of its promises, as the Kindle Owners' Lending Library has gone live for UK Amazon customers. With a Prime membership, you can borrow over 200,000 books for free, with absolutely no due dates. If you still haven't read Harry Potter, I think now's your chance. [Amazon] Read More >>

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Your Smartphone Can Read Your Boarding Pass and Let You Know If You Will Face Any Security Checks

If you ever happen to be flying domestically across the United States, have a scan of your boarding pass barcode with your smartphone, as it could let you know if you have to go through any pre-boarding checks, which could potentially enable any traveller to bring unauthorised items on board. Read More >>

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Apple Now Owns the Trademark to The Beatles' Apple Corps Logo

I'm not sure if any two companies has ever had such a strange relationship such as Apple, Inc. and The Beatles' Apple Corps Ltd. with the two of them duking it out over the years, mostly over how the Corps felt that Apple infringed on their logo. But now it looks like everything is all over, and the tables turned, as Apple Inc. now owns the trademark to The Beatles' famous Apple Corps logo. Read More >>

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Get a Digital Fix of The Big Issue from Next Monday

The Northern edition of The Big Issue, sold in the streets of Britain by the homeless, is to go digital from next Monday, first starting off in Manchester and then across the other northern cities, enabling another way for people to earn income via the magazine. Read More >>

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EE Claims an Unlimited 4G Data Plan Would Just Be Abused

EE has been telling us that 500MB is enough, based on their own findings, but the company has also defended its decision to not offer an unlimited plan on its new 4G network, by claiming that it would be pretty much abused. Hmm. Read More >>

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Apple's New iMacs Are More Tease Than Reality

It looks like the thinness of Apple's latest iteration of their highly desirable all-in-one isn't the only potential problem for consumers, as, well, there are currently none to buy, nor is the company taking any pre-orders for the svelte machines. Not just that -- Apple has also pulled the previous generation from the store too. Erk. Read More >>

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LG Nexus 4 Spotted at Carphone Warehouse, Marked For October 30th

Hold on to your hats Android fans, as spied before, the next Nexus has been spilled by our ever-so-strangely named phone-seller the Carphone Warehouse. The so-called Nexus 4 has been dated for an October 30th delivery date, so cancel all your plans that day, and look forward to a day of playing around with a fresh-out-of-the-oven Android 4.2 operating system. Read More >>

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Microsoft's Steve Ballmer Says "Let There Be More Hardware"

While Surface might not be the Windows tablet saviour many were clamouring for, Microsoft's chief Steve Ballmer told the Beeb that more hardware will be on the way to set a "new standard" in "important opportunities". So, does that mean more hardware that can double as skateboards? Read More >>

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