patents
Dyson Accuses Samsung of "Cynical Rip-Off" as Patent War Erupts in Vacuum Land

Dyson's not been shy in the past when it comes to moaning about the patent system and making claims about industrial shadiness, now it's taking things to the next level by announcing plans to sue Samsung in the High Court for stealing its vacuum cleaner technology. Read More >>

gadgets
"Mains Power" Suction Promised by Dyson's Cute Handheld DC59

Dyson's been at it again trying to reinvent the humble vacuum cleaner, claiming that its new cordless DC59 model manages to produce the same level of suck as the mains-powered competition. Read More >>

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This Tiny Dyson Fits On an A4 Sheet of Paper

I'm not quite sure how that can be right, but apparently Dyson's new tiniest pull-along vacuum cleaner is so small it'll fit within the footprint of a piece of paper while still sucking hard. Read More >>

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80 Per Cent Off Vacuum Cleaners Is Your Neat-Freak-Loving Deal of the Day

As the greatest minds all say, cleanliness is next to godliness, and so we're turning our attentions towards the spicking and spanning of things that might otherwise be mucky. Read More >>

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Watch Dyson Try and Block-Up Its Vacuum With Everything From Shoelaces to Miles of Skanky Hair

A Dyson will suck up almost anything, including fire, but getting all tangled-up is the constant, dreaded nightmare of any cleaner. Watch engineers torture-test Dyson's fancy hair destroying tool, throwing anything and everything long and tangly they could find. Look at that sucker go. [YouTube] Read More >>

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Dyson DC50 Animal Lightning Review: So Much Suction In Such a Tiny Package

Dyson's in the process of taking its super-suction power and shrinking its vacuums down to fit in with modern, compact life. First out of the gate was the handheld DC44, which we loved. Now we've got the evolution of the first ever bagless Dyson, packing two tiers of dirt-destroying cyclones, and shrunk into a knee-high package, but is it any good now it's gotten tiny? Read More >>

design
Finally, Dyson's Solved the Problem of Disgusting Hair Blockage

After some 187 prototypes, Dyson looks like it's finally solved the issue of hair stuffing up your vacuum cleaner with its ingenious tangle-free Turbine tool. No longer will you have to bend over and heave balls of manky hair from your sodding nozzle. Read More >>

home mod
Dyson DC44 Animal Vacuum Review: Small, Sure, But It's All About How You Use It

We live in an age of robot cleaners scouring our floors for us with virtually no intervention. It takes a special vacuum cleaner to make you want to go back to using your arms again. But the DC44 Digital Slim vacuum is worth a look if you're considering a Roomba — because this vacuum might actually be a better solution. Read More >>

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How to Turn Your Hoover Into a Hover Craft

Cleaning is dull. But don't worry, there's a solution: turn your Hoover into a hover craft. Not only is it a great displacement activity, it'll also make cleaning your place easier. Double win. Read More >>

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Dyson Puts Its Tiny Ball Tech Into Its Upright Cylinder Vacuums For Better Maneuverability

Grey-haired James Dyson can do one for all I care. Why? Because I just bought a new Dyson a couple of months ago, and then they come out with a new range of vacuums which they're calling their best yet. Hmpf. Still, I guess it beats a Henry Hoover. Read More >>

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