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Giant 1950s robot Gygan up for sale

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Eight-foot-tall radio-controlled robot capable of responding to voice or light ray commands is to be auctioned in LondonGygan, a giant radio-controlled robot, which more than half a century ago entranced the world by flashing its car headlamp-like eyes, turning its head stiffly from left to right, and shuffling forwards at...
Giant 1950s robot Gygan up for sale

London shoppers to get location-based mobile offers over free Wi-Fi service

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From tomorrow, shoppers in parts of  London will soon be able to receive mobile vouchers and offers from nearby stores in public Wi-Fi hotspots. In a move that may take a bite out of the existing mobile voucher market, Spectrum Interactive, independent provider of Wi-Fi has teamed up with Selective...
London shoppers to get location-based mobile offers over free Wi-Fi service

Virgin Media extends free London Underground WiFi to 20 more stations, confirms paid rates from 2013

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Virgin Media WiFi is arriving at 20 more London Underground stations from today – as promised back in November – taking the total number of Web-connected stations to 92. This is expected to to be expanded to 120 in total by early 2013. Virgin Media has been providing WiFi on...
Virgin Media extends free London Underground WiFi to 20 more stations, confirms paid rates from 2013

Press Start: Artificial game designers, misleading Aliens ads and more

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Plus, Tim Schafer considers developing for PS4 and Cara Ellison discovers the adventure creation programme, TwineA collection of links from yesterday's gaming news, selected by the Guardian's games writers.Plastic Soul: One man's quest to build an AI that can create games / Eurogamer.netChristian Donlan: In a narrow, oddly-shaped building deep...
Press Start: Artificial game designers, misleading Aliens ads and more

Sexier electric vehicles - without the range anxiety | Corrinne Burns

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This year's IET Christmas Lecture reveals how a team at Imperial College designed an electric car fit for one of the toughest motoring challengesElectric cars still have something of an image problem. Aside from questions about whether they are as green as their manufacturers claim, for many motorists there is...
Sexier electric vehicles - without the range anxiety | Corrinne Burns
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