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Have you ever thought that your beer tasted a bit weaker than normal? Now you might actually be right. Stella Artois, Budweiser and Beck’s are all being cut from 5 per cent to 4.8 per cent abv in an effort to reduce duty costs and to match “evolving UK category trends”.
You haven't cleaned the litterbox in what, two weeks now? It's all well and good that you've acclimated to the overwhelming stench of ammonia and kitty poop, but what about when guests come over? With some minor mods and a little electrical engineering, you can keep your home from smelling of feline by-products without actually having to be a responsible pet owner and clean up!
Looks like tube commuters will be blessed with Wi-Fi in 120 stations around London in the run up to the 2012 Olympic games. Who is going to be providing the access hasn’t been announced yet, nor whether it’s going to be free or a paid-for service, but it’s still “on track” according to Transport for London.
Some folks bang on about biofuels being the future of car fuels. In reality, though, they're expensive, and that's largely because they're a pain in the arse to make. The solution might be seaweed.
Minecraft really is a fantastic thing when dedicated people put their heads together to create amazing worlds to explore. Now you can re-live a portion of your N64-playing childhood with Hyrulecraft – a faithful 1:1 scale world recreation of arguably the best Zelda game ever made, Ocarina of Time.
There are laws, PSAs, and nagging family members out there trying to keep us from using our phones while driving. Scosche's cellCONTROL is a clever device that'll actually block the use of distracting apps and the phone whenever a car is moti
It's hard not to get a slight sense of vertigo from these stereographic projections by Dutch photographer Wouter van Buuren. Each one was taken from a very high point across the Netherlands, China, and New York City.
If you leave your bike on the streets of any given city, it's eventually going to get stolen. Even if it's locked up. Even if it's a beater. Even if there isn't any tires. It. Will. Get. Stolen. This video shows you the life cycle of a bicycle left outside for an entire year.
The EU’s just decided that you should be able to dump your old and busted electronics on shops, whether or not you bought them there and even if you’re not buying anything new from them. The retailers will have to fund the e-waste clean up, which means your dead iPod or stereo might be the straw that breaks the camel’s back for stores on the edge like Currys.
Mike Lazaridis and Jim Balsillie are out, and Thorsten Heins is in as their replacement CEO at RIM. To showcase just how dynamic and inspirational he is, the company posted a video of their bold new leader on YouTube. Only, uh, it's probably more likely to send you to sleep than get you buying a BlackBerry.
Sometimes we don’t need to be exposed to the white heat of forward-thinking technology. Sometimes it’s nice to bask in the warmth of a classic piece of gadgetry. So today we will.
Samsung's white version of its massive 5.3" Galaxy Note has gone on sale in the UK today, but it's not what you'd call a wide release. It's launched in one particular branch of John Lewis, on London's Oxford Street, where it will remain an exclusive until the rest of the SIM-free retailers get their stock in mid-February. [Recombu]