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Drone Boning website shows drones are here to make love not war, porn from the skies

Drone Boning website shows drones are here to make love not war, porn from the skies

By 7 November 2014

Just when you thought drones were doomed to a life of servitude delivering boxes for Amazon a new career path has emerged, porn. Drone Boning has appeared online as a website dedicated to the art of filming porn from a drone. The result? Well it's a bit... >>

Rockar Hyundai revolutionises car buying: Online, in-store, no car salespeople

Rockar Hyundai revolutionises car buying: Online, in-store, no car salespeople

By 6 November 2014

Hyundai wants to revolutionise the way we buy cars, with an alterative approach to the traditional car showroom and salesperson. Partnering with Rockar.com - founded by Simon Dixon of jamjar.com fame - Rockar Hyundai wants to offer a car buying experience... >>

WWE Network launches in the UK finally (never mind, launch now delayed)

WWE Network launches in the UK finally (never mind, launch now delayed)

By 3 November 2014

Update: About 20 minutes before the WWE Network was supposed to launch in the UK, plans were abruptly cancelled. The WWE Network's official Twitter account has confirmed a delay "until further notice". The same message was republished on the WWE Network's... >>

How to get Wi-Fi on the London Tube for free

How to get Wi-Fi on the London Tube for free

By 3 November 2014

Having launched to help visitors to the 2012 London Olympics stay connected on their travels, Virgin Media's Tube Wi-Fi network has become a standard service for commuters and passengers alike over the intervening years. And thanks to deals with the networks,... >>

Virgin Media free Wi-Fi now available in 150 London Tube stations, including Richmond and Wimbledon

Virgin Media free Wi-Fi now available in 150 London Tube stations, including Richmond and Wimbledon

By 3 November 2014

Free Wi-Fi is now available in 150 London Underground stations after a further six were added to the network. With 270 Tube stations in the capital in total, that still leaves some way to go before the entire system is covered, but passengers in Wimbledon... >>

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashes in desert during test, at least one dead

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashes in desert during test, at least one dead

By 31 October 2014

Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo has crashed in a California desert, killing at least one person and seriously injuring another, according to the California Highway Patrol. Virgin Galactic has confirmed the craft was doing a manned test when it suffered... >>

Netflix ad campaign uses GIF billboards that respond to weather and more

Netflix ad campaign uses GIF billboards that respond to weather and more

By 31 October 2014

Interesting advert campaigns are, well, interesting. And Netflix's latest promotion certainly fits that bill(board). To advertise Netflix's launch in France, renowned advert agency Ogilvy Paris installed digital billboards around the country. The billboards... >>

1,000 public places in UK cities to get free Wi-Fi

1,000 public places in UK cities to get free Wi-Fi

By 31 October 2014

The government has announced that 1,000 public buildings across London and other major UK cities will become Wi-Fi hotspots, offering free internet connection to all in the vicinity. Libraries, museums, civic centres, transport hubs, sporting complexes... >>

Torrent fans can now stream directly in a browser without downloading

Torrent fans can now stream directly in a browser without downloading

By 30 October 2014

If getting free movies by illegally downloading them as a torrent was still too much effort, it's got easier. A website, called Joker, has sprung up offering a free streaming service for torrents. Users simply need to find the torrent link then copy and... >>

Google X is making nanoparticles that go inside your body and find cancer

Google X is making nanoparticles that go inside your body and find cancer

By 28 October 2014

Google X has another moonshot up its sleeve. This time it is magnetic particles that will roam the human body, looking for diseases. The particles are called nanoparticles and are one-thousandth the width of a red blood cell. They'd act like little patrol... >>


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