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"We should probably go get the Big Red Key", I said, referring to the battering ram in the caged van. "The lift's broken, isn't it?" Pete said, before taking a step back, and give the door an almighty kick.
They might be man’s best friend, but dogs get a bad rap. They’re always thought of as the dim pet; cats are meant to be much more intelligent. These dogs put paw to keys to show that slobbering on everything is not their only talent.
Binero, the Swedish company that hosts the Pirate Bay's new Swedish domain name, says it has received a letter from the country's Prosecution Authority and police force, asking for certain details about the owners of the controversial file-sharing portal.
The speed limiting crackdown on P2P services and other bandwidth-hogging downloading systems is extending to VOIP, with an EU telecoms regulator finding the throttling of VOIP connections to be a "common" practise across Europe.
It's been nothing but rumour, rumour, rumour regarding Microsoft and its plans for its new Xbox, but now we have something official from the company -- there will not be a new Xbox at this year's E3 gaming convention.
If you’re not already in a queue for the new iPad, chances are you’re not going to get one from Apple today. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your mitts on one today, or at the very least sooner than 2-3 weeks, but you’re going to have to do some searching around. Here are the best places to look.
Groupon has been spanked very hard by the Office of Fair Trading, which has warned the online discount club it needs to be more "honest and transparent" in advertising its deals and the discount claims it puts forward.
Google's previous Nexus model received its "Ice Cream Sandwich" update late last year, only to see it promptly pulled before hitting the phones of most users thanks to numerous performance and reliability complaints from early installers. Now it's fixed and ready to roll (out) again.
We’ve heard a lot about the Square mobile payment app that lets you take credit card payments on your phone in the US. It always sounded great but never materialised over this side of the pond. Now we’re getting one of our own made by PayPal – PayPal Here.
We found out what an internet troll actually looks like in real life, but this is what he thinks he looks like in real life -- hard as nails and creepy as hell. I’m not sure what’s weirder though; the troll face or the disembodied stickman sauntering along the pavement while people try to beat him.
We heard Sky was working on an awesome-sounding F1-coverage companion app for the iPad. Well as it turns out, it wasn’t a new separate app, but rather a whole section of a redesigned Sky Sports App with “Race Control”. Frankly, it still sounds bloody awesome.
We’ve seen quite a few astoundingimages out of NASA’s infrared telescope, the Wide-field Survey Explorer. Now NASA’s released the mother-load -- upwards of 18,000 images covering the entire infrared sky from over two years of photography. That’s more than 500 million beautiful stars.