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SpotMini: the headless robotic dog sure to give you nightmares 14 Nov 2017, 6:55am SpotMini: the headless robotic dog sure to give you nightmares
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Latest incarnation of quadruped robot has new design and eerily smooth motion in a perfect blend of Terminator robot and Pixar character The latest robot from former Google sibling Boston Dynamics looks like a cross between something out of a Terminator movie and a cutesy Pixar character.
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Pokémon fans in shock as Pikachu speaks English in latest movie 14 Nov 2017, 2:51am Pokémon fans in shock as Pikachu speaks English in latest movie
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Audible gasps and expletives at screenings as the best known Pokémon departs from the convention of being able to say only his name Pokémon fans around the world have been left in shock by a controversial scene in the series’s latest animated movie in which Pikachu is seen to speak English. The iconic Pokémon, who has functioned as the series mascot since the late 1990s, has traditionally been unable to speak human languages. Like most other Pokémon, he could only repeat his own name.
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What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month 14 Nov 2017, 2:00am What I learned after downloading every iPhone App of the Day for a month
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I’m pining for the time the iPhone was new and apps were still cool. Can the App Store’s new daily feature rekindle the magic? “There’s an App for that.” Apple’s slogan, trademarked two years after the App Store was launched in 2008, summed up a period when an unfamiliar icon on a friend’s home screen was a conversation starter, and someone with a good idea working from their bedroom really could do something radically different. Now, Apple wants to bring some of that excitement back to the iPhone of 2017, rebuilding the App Store from the ground up.
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Retailers urged to withdraw toys that allow hackers to talk to children 13 Nov 2017, 7:01pm Retailers urged to withdraw toys that allow hackers to talk to children
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Which? investigation finds security flaws in ‘intelligent’ toys such as CloudPets and Hasbro’s Furby Connect A consumer group is urging major retailers to withdraw a number of “connected” or “intelligent” toys likely to be popular at Christmas, after finding security failures that it warns could put children’s safety at risk. Tests carried out by
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