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New Magic: The Gathering mobile app requires players to buy hundreds of phones

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The New Magic: The Gathering Mobile App will require players to buy entire boxes full of phones to gain the slightest advantage, developers have announced.

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Backseat driverless car to automatically eject children and in-laws

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Google have reported they are working on a backseat driverless car which will automatically eject children and your in-laws.

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Yahoo still exists

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The CEO of Yahoo held a press conference yesterday to demonstrate to the world that Yahoo still exists and is still relevant.

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You should think for yourself and agree with me, insists conspiracy theorist without slightest trace of irony

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An Internet conspiracy theorist has insisted people should think for themselves and agree with him without the slightest trace of irony this morning.

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Refitting the Type 45 Destroyer? Ooh, that’ll cost you squire, Navy told

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Refitting the engines in the Type 45 destroyer fleet will be pricey but they can get a discount for cash, the Royal Navy has been told.

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Google driverless car automatically avoids road tax, reveal safety experts

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Google’s driverless car has been beset by safety concerns after it was revealed that the only thing it can successfully avoid is road tax.

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‘If you love something, set it free’ does not apply to doomsday viruses, mad scientists told

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Mad scientists have been told that “If you love something set it free” does not apply to doomsday viruses.

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Most of your Facebook friends think you’re a prick, claims study

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Most of your Facebook friends wouldn’t care if you stepped in front of a train unless it interfered with their travel plans, according to a new study.

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HMRC urged to google how much tax Google owes

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After an ‘open audit’ of their accounts led to Google agreeing to pay £130m in back taxes, HMRC have been urged to get a more accurate figure of what the company owes by googling it.

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Change ‘password’ to ‘passw0rd’ advises security expert

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A simple trick could allow computer users to outwit hackers, by replacing the ‘o’ in ‘password’ with a zero.

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