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As if the tablet-based controller concept of Wii U wasn't bonkers enough, Nintendo is also considering bringing crazy touchscreen nonsense to the original Wii, revealed by a patent for a strange clip-on Wii Remote touchscreen.
All those packages you get from Jersey and Guernsey will soon cost a bit more, thanks to the government giving in to EU demands to stop businesses in the Channel Islands skipping charging VAT on small purchases.
After receiving some weird and wonderful entries to our first-ever 3D printing challenge, we've not only selected a winner, we've actually 3D PRINTED THE SHIT out of the winner. Well, we didn't 3D print the creator of the winning model...that'd just be weird (and expensive).
Nvidia has today officially announced its imminent Tegra 3 mobile chipset, with the quad-core processor previously known as "Kal-El" being sold as more powerful and 61 per cent more efficient. Nvidia says it'll manage 12 hours of average HD playback.
The other week we were playing Scrabble in the pub. We got our arses totally kicked to seven shades of Sunday. We tried to save face and moaned that the board had been sabotaged because of the suspiciously large number of "x"s in the bag, but the honest truth of the matter was this: we were crap.
Chalk another one up to the Anonymous collective and their battle against discrimination, among other things. Anonymous Finland hacked a neo-Nazi site and leaked its membership database embarrassing a Finnish parliamentary aide.
Wolverhampton Wanderers are launching their own mobile phone network for die-hard Wolves fans. The MVNO, which'll fittingly run on Orange, is giving away free tickets to Wolves Vs. Stoke on the 17th December to SIM-buyers.
Lomography has reached back into the past, rummaged around a bit, and pulled out their own version of a 35mm movie-maker. Novelty it may be, but at £65, that dinky black LomoKino box is one of the Austrian brand's cheapest-ever analogue cameras.
It's that crazy time of year again when Amazon goes sale-mad for a week. The date is set for 21st - 25th November, so make sure Chrome is up-to-date and your mouse wired in. Up to 80 per cent off? This could get ugly. [Amazon UK via Cnet UK]
Virgin Media's 100Mbps service is now available to 'over 20 million people' or a third of the UK, with half the UK scheduled for mid-2012. It's also been testing 1.5Gbps and is ready for the higher speeds when needed.