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There's no denying Facebook has a massive user-base -- but you might be surprised to know that Facebook has more gamers than anyone else, as Ethan Beard, Facebook's director of partnerships put so eloquently:
Jaguar has had to recall over 17,000 diesel X-Types over an error in the code that controls cruise control. The bug affects cars that rolled off the line between 2006 and 2010, and can prevent the system from disengaging.
Sam and I are in two minds about the driverless tubes which may well hit London in just 10 years' time. I think we can all agree it'll be a challenge to TFL (not to mention the daily commuters), but tell us who you think has the best argument below:
Everyone uses Google to search right? Well, Google wants to make search easier so it's dropping the boolean '+'. Yeah, you might not have used it for a while -- quotation marks have become the Google "exact" search operator of choice.
There could soon be a properly integrated, online, streaming, cloud-based and very futuristic unified Apple television system, with sources claiming Apple's iTunes engineer is secretly working on an all-in-one TV product.
The 'genetic revolution' is almost here and the NHS isn't ready. The cost of sequencing your DNA has dropped dramatically. Now with bespoke genetic screening, we have the ability to tailor treatments to the patient, battle cancer and rare disease.
This was hinted at when HTC announced its HTC Rhyme and we saw Dropbox as a pre-loaded app, now HTC has confirmed it. Future buyers of HTC Android phones get a useful 5GB of free Dropbox storage space.
In a world where product lines must be updated at least once yearly to stay on trend, the Land Rover Defender has always been a breath of fresh air; virtually unchanged in its 63 years. After talk of a new model scared diehards silly, Land Rover's lengthened its life-expectancy by another six years.
Fancy watching a bit of David Brent on your iPad? To celebrate his 10th birthday, the BBC has just made The Office's back catalog available for purchase on iTunes. £12.99 for both series and the Christmas special. [iTunes]
Boxes and crates have a long and storied history in gaming. From the store-room shuffling of Sokoban to Solid Snake's portable cardboard hideaway with enough crates of ammo and supplies in between to fill a Big Yellow Storage depot, a strong case can be made that boxes ARE gaming.