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VIDEO: T-shirts made using melted guns

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A new project in the north of England is melting down guns and turning them into fashion and art products....
VIDEO: T-shirts made using melted guns

U.K. Government Gives £114 To Kickstart Fast Broadband In Its Cities

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Ten British cities will be boasting super-fast broadband speeds within the next three years, says the U.K. government, which has gifted the project £114 million. The cities were invited to bid for the cash, but will be expected to make up the inevitable shortfall themselves. London will receive the lion's...
U.K. Government Gives £114 To Kickstart Fast Broadband In Its Cities

51 decapitated skeletons found in a mass grave in England were Scandinavian Vikings - http://bit.ly/bo2JR5

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51 decapitated skeletons found in a mass grave in England were Scandinavian Vikings - http://bit.ly/bo2JR5

WikiLeaks To Ship Servers To Micronation of Sealand?

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Velcroman1 writes "Julian Assange's investors are in the process of purchasing a boat to move WikiLeaks servers offshore in an attempt to evade prosecution from U.S. law enforcement, FoxNews.com has learned. Multiple sources within the hacker community with knowledge of day-to-day WikiLeaks activities say Assange's financial backers have been working...
WikiLeaks To Ship Servers To Micronation of Sealand?
Watch this: Google CEO Larry Page discusses 'big bets' on future technologies

Windows in England - a gallery on Flickr

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Windows in England - a gallery on Flickr
The Verge at work: backing up your brain

Fifa defends 'not logical' rankings

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• Jérôme Valcke says rankings are 'still a good picture'• England rose to fourth and Brazil fell to 11th in latest rankingsThe Fifa secretary general, Jérôme Valcke, has defended the organisation's rankings that have placed England fourth in the world and Brazil 11th but has admitted the system can sometimes...
Fifa defends 'not logical' rankings
Secret World War II message baffles European intelligence experts
50-megapixel digital imaging system uncovers Shakespeare signature

"The best predictor of belief in a conspiracy theory is belief in other conspiracy theories."

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"The best predictor of belief in a conspiracy theory is belief in other conspiracy theories." - Viren Swami, a psychology professor at the University of Westminster in England, as quoted in the NYT piece, Why Rational People Buy Into Conspiracy Theories. Also interesting: Conspiracy theories also seem to be more...
"The best predictor of belief in a conspiracy theory is belief in other conspiracy theories."

Google Finally Gets Right To Gmail Trademark In Germany

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When Google launched Gmail in Germany in 2005, it was quickly barred from using the Gmail name for its email product there. German entrepreneur Daniel Giersch, after all, had registered the ‘G-mail’ trademark (short for Giersch mail) for his physical and electronic mail service in Germany in 2000, long before...
Google Finally Gets Right To Gmail Trademark In Germany
Copyright wars heat up: US wins extradition of college kid from England

Jermain Defoe keeps it mum on Twitter

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Jermain Defoe may be in the tabloid spotlight after The X Factor Winner Alexandra Burke sent him flirty tweets. But now the England and Spurs striker has hit the headlines for an altogether more embarrassing reason: his mum reportedly vets his Twitter posts. The Daily Star says he told Radio...
Jermain Defoe keeps it mum on Twitter

Booting Up: Is Your News Feed About to Get More Crowded?

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Gotcha! (Photo: In the Capital) The FTC is said to be wondering whether it can actually pull off an antitrust case against Google, as consumers don’t seem too bothered by the company’s putting its own services before those of competitors. [Bloomberg] Facebook is testing adding upcoming events and recently released...
Booting Up: Is Your News Feed About to Get More Crowded?

England to trial goal-line system

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Goal-line technology will be tested at Wembley when England entertain Belgium in a friendly on 2 June....
England to trial goal-line system

With “Facebook Uh Oh Oh”, San Marino clearly doesn’t want to win Eurovision this year [Video]

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Eurovision Song Contest 2012 is almost upon us, delivering the very best (and worst) music that Europe has to offer to more than 100 million viewers all over the world. Whilst England is rolling out Engelbert Humperdinck in an attempt to ensure it doesn’t rank bottom in the competition (again),...
With “Facebook Uh Oh Oh”, San Marino clearly doesn’t want to win Eurovision this year [Video]

Rio Ferdinand injury blow for England

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Rio Ferdinand injury blow for England

Airport posts Facebook pic of crash to boast about safety

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England's Luton airport decides a fun way of claiming that it is always prepared for snow is to post an image of a plane crash in which a child died. [Read more]...
Airport posts Facebook pic of crash to boast about safety
Australian billionaire plans to build a replica of the Titanic

Mysterious gelatinous spheres rain down in England (Yahoo! News)

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Yahoo! News - The discovery of mysterious, blue, gelatinous spheres in an English backyard has captivated the imagination of scientists and the public alike. What the heck are the spheres? And where did they come from? The unscented, water-insoluble spheres were first found in the yard …...
Mysterious gelatinous spheres rain down in England (Yahoo! News)

Chatterbox: Tuesday

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The place to talk about games and other things that matterHere be Tuesday. England didn't disgrace themselves last night, but did you? Tell us all about it.GamesKeith Stuartguardian.co.uk © 2012 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved. | Use of this content is subject to...
Chatterbox: Tuesday

Triesman could quit 2018 bid team

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Lord Triesman's future as chairman of England's 2018 World Cup bid is in doubt after a newspaper claims he alleged Spain planned to bribe World Cup referees....
Triesman could quit 2018 bid team

Assange Case Reaches Top U.K. Court

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The WikiLeaks founder's legal battle to avoid extradition to Sweden for questioning in a sexual misconduct case reached England's highest court....
Assange Case Reaches Top U.K. Court

RT @brainpicker "Photography as visual anthropology in Russia and England – great video interview with Simon Roberts http://is.gd/aWOtA"

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RT @brainpicker "Photography as visual anthropology in Russia and England – great video interview with Simon Roberts http://is.gd/aWOtA"
Nike Twitter campaign banned in the UK after Wayne Rooney tweet breaks advertising rules

Criminal Conviction in England for Leaving Anti-Religious Leaflets in Airport Prayer Room

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Criminal Conviction in England for Leaving Anti-Religious Leaflets in Airport Prayer Room

IRL: Goal Zero Sherpa 50 and the HTC One on Rogers

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Welcome to IRL, an ongoing feature where we talk about the gadgets, apps and toys we're using in real life and take a second look at products that already got the formal review treatment. For every Engadget editor who's gotten to test an HTC One (that'd be five of us...
IRL: Goal Zero Sherpa 50 and the HTC One on Rogers

Paralyzed woman takes home ReWalk power legs

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Claire Lomas of England has become the first person in the world to begin home use of the powered exoskeleton that helped her walk the London Marathon. [Read more]...
Paralyzed woman takes home ReWalk power legs
WikiLeaks founder to run for Australian Senate
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