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Watch LG Use IPS Displays to Make Men Stop Peeing at a Urinal

After pranking elevator passengers to think they were falling with its IPS displays, LG has moved on to trick even more vulnerable suckers: men trying to pee at a urinal. This time, LG put its IPS displays right in front of a urinal and let two attractive women tease the restroom goers. It's pretty hilarious. Read More >>

piracy
These Are the FBI's Favourite Things to Pirate

Everybody's got their grand plans to put an end to piracy -- ISPs are blocking The Pirate Bay, and as for the FBI, they like to take down sites like MegaUpload. But that doesn't mean they don't torrent themselves. TorrentFreak dug up a little list of what's been being pirated from FBI IPs. Read More >>

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Watch LG Use IPS Displays to Trick Elevator Passengers Into Thinking They're About to Die

There's nothing quite like a good prank, and what prank is better than convincing innocent people that they are about to meet their bitter, messy end? That's the path LG went down for this ad, where they use IPS displays to fool people—however briefly—that an elevator's floor is falling out from beneath them. Read More >>

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Is This the New iPhone Screen Technology?

There are plenty of rumours circulating about a super-thin screen for the new iPhone which could boost battery life. Now, an Apple patent has appeared which describes exactly the kind of screen technology the rumours have been speculating about. Read More >>

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LG's IPS Personal TV is Also Your Next New Monitor

LG has once again announced something big and with a screen on the front of it, updating its range of "Personal TV" displays to include a couple of newer models with IPS tech inside. Read More >>

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LG's 5-Inch Stylus-Packing Optimus Vu Isn't a Galaxy Note

Seems LG wants a piece of the stylus-packing too-big-to-be-a-phone, but too-small-to-be-a-tablet market. It launched the teased Optimus Vu over the weekend and it’s nothing like the Galaxy Note, honest. Read More >>

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