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  1. CCTV caught savage attack on great-grandfather – TimesOnline.Co.Uk

    The victim was a great-grandfather who walks with two walking sticks was left blinded in one eye. He has since moved into a nursing home. Detective Sergeant Darren Stenning said the CCTV evidence helped secure a conviction.

  2. CSI:NY Comes To Second Life Wednesday – Techcrunch.Com

    The episode will see Mac Taylor (Gary Sinise) entering Second Life to pursue a killer who has killed a Second Life user in a case of virtual stalking gone too far. CSI:NY fans can investigate the case by following a link on the CBS website.

  3. 13 Bargain Websites That are Cheaper than eBay – MakeUseOf.com

    if you can’t fond the product you want at a nice cheap price on ebay then save yourself some money and have a look at one of these 13 sites.

  4. Warning to abusive bloggers as judge tells site to reveal names – Guardian.Co.Uk

    The case, featuring the website owlstalk.co.uk, is the second within days to highlight the danger of assuming that the apparent cloak of anonymity gives users of internet forums and chatrooms carte blanche to say whatever they like.

10 more articles after the Jump

  1. Simpsons USB Hub – Gadgets.Co.Uk

    Plug it into one of the USB ports on your computer, and watch him spin and shout “WooHoo!” excitedly whenever you plug a USB device in. Or should the fancy take you just press the button and you can make him do it at will.

  2. Dell Moves Into Staples – DigitalTrends.Com

    Staples operates some 1,400 retail locations throughout the United States, as well as a Web-based retail operation. Both the retail locations and online stores will offer Dell notebook and desktop computers, long with monitors, printers, ink, and toner.

  3. Samsung to Showcase Ultra Thin Advanced Display Technology at FPD International 2007 – NewsWire.Co.Kr

    At what is one of the world’s largest trade shows dedicated to flat panel displays, Samsung will introduce a 40-inch (101.6cm) diagonal Full HD LCD TV panel only 10.0 millimeters thick. The panel features low power consumption of 90 watts or less.

  4. Travel Reviews & Hotel Reviews – Search & book with boo.com – Boo.Com

    If your in to travel then you should have a look at Boo.Com. Over 1.1 million reviews of 2,429 destinations writern by the members of Boo.Com. Also check for the best flights with the Boo.com multiple airline checker.

  5. Start walking on air as soon as you open the box! A new concept that breaks the mold of 2-channel helicopters. – Kyosho.Com

    First robots learned how to bark like a dog, then to walk and recently how to play football and now, will now they have learnt how to fly. Oh and they can get together in groups of up to 25 to make they own mini army. Around $90 each.

  6. Tokyo soccer robots don’t quite have Becks appeal – Reuters.Com

    Ken Senoh, chief organizer of the event, said robots might soon surpass humans with their physical prowess. “Today’s robots are still toddlers, so to speak, in terms of their physical capabilities,” Senoh is a professor at the University of Tokyo.

  7. A 52-inch LCD TV with the concept of kimono – AVING.Net

    Nakamichi presented its 52-inch LCD TV ‘KIMONO 52′ with the concept of kimono, national costume of Japan, during Hong Kong Electronics Fair 2007, which supports 1920 x 1080 resolution, 178-degree viewing angle and 5000:1 contrast ratio.

  8. Apple iPhone Ranks as the Fourth Most Popular Phone in USA – MobileWhack.Com

    The handset has sold a combined 1.1 million units in the third quarter alone, totaling 1.325 million units since launch. So far, the iPhone commands 13 percent of AT&T’s handset sales, and it currently fourth in the overall US market.

  9. Apple iPhone Coming Soon – CarphoneWarehouse.Com

    18 month Pay Monthly contract with O2 on one of our exclusive iPhone tariffs. These start at just £35 per month and all including an unlimited data tariff. Plus the iPhone 8GB will be available to buy at £269.

  10. NASA’s dilemma: sex and dead bodies in space – Jindabyne.YourGuide.Com.AU

    NASA has begun to ponder some of the thorny practical and ethical questions posed by deep space exploration. Instructions from Mission Control would take nearly half an hour for a question to be asked and an answered via radio.

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