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Mario Kart 64 Made Within Minecraft Is the Best Use of Minecraft

You've got to love Minecraft. You can make literally anything in it, limited only by your imagination and, err, free time. And what better way to spend your Minecrafting day than playing the legendary Mario Kart 64, lovingly recreated in the best way possible? This is awesome. Read More >>

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Now You Can Actually Drive a Car With Your iPad, James Bond-Style

Ever wished you were James Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies, with his BMW 5 series he drove using a touchpad on an Ericsson phone? Yeah, me too, and while no, you can't drive a BMW with your phone (yet), you can drive a Vauxhall with your iPad. Read More >>

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The Ultimate Combo Console -- PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U in One Box

Long-time hardware modder Ben Heck is finally yielding to public demand, creating a hybrid ultra-mega home console containing a PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii U in the same box. And he's filming himself doing it. Read More >>

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9 Reasons to Root Your Android Device

To root or not to root? That is the question. Rooting your Android device definitely pushes you up a level or two in your geekdom. It requires a certain level of commitment, at least a little savvy, and even a modicum of risk. So, why would you want to bother? Read More >>

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This GTA IV Mod Lets You Go Back to the Future to Escape the Cops

If there's any reason to have a decent PC that can run Grand Theft Auto IV, it's gotta be this. Full-on Back to the Future madness. This fantastic mod steps you into the shoes of Marty McFly, complete with a flux capacitor-toting DeLorean that really does time travel at 88mph, leaving a delicious trail of fire in its wake, that yes, even sets cop cars on fire. Ace. Read More >>

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This Mario Kart Mod Is the Answer to All at-Home Fitness Regimes

Let’s be honest here, exercising for the sake of exercising is just plain dull. Going to the gym blatantly sucks too, but what if you could gamify it, 16-bit-style? Meet the SNES Mario Kart exercise bike and truly revel in a seriously hard workout. Read More >>

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Where Were You 20 Years Ago Wireless-Super-Nintendo-Controller-Mod?

Before the advent of wireless controllers video game consoles were built like tanks to survive the countless times they'd be inevitably yanked to the ground when someone tripped over a cable. If only the wireless technology needed for this hack existed twenty years ago. Read More >>

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Fans Happy to Pay for CyanogenMod's New Servers

Android favourite CyanogenMod, which brings exciting new versions of Android to phones either abandoned or not yet updated by their makers while also throwing more features into the mix, has acquired two new "Xeon-class boxes with lots of RAM" thanks to a public fundraising appeal. Read More >>

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Siri Plays the Piano Better than She Gives Directions

Siri has been something if a disappointment so far—more flash than substance—but this particular trick is a mighty impressive novelty. A neat new hack lets Siri play music on a Yamaha Disklavier player piano from music files in your library. Read More >>

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Glowing Apple Logo iPhone Mod Will Soon Be Gone (The Lawyers Are Circling)

Perhaps realising that Apple will quickly put an end to this unofficial mod, the K.O. Store is only selling this DIY luminescent logo iPhone kit for just over 36 more hours. So if you want one, you better act fast. Read More >>

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Jailbroken iPhone 4 and iPod Touch Run Limited Siri

A hacker group has successfully ported Siri over to jailbroken iPhone 4s and 4th-gen iPod touches, marking the beginning of what could be a "whack a mole" response from Apple as it attempts to block the 4S's "killer feature." Read More >>

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