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British Airways suffers major system failure, cancels numerous flights

British Airways is having a bad start to this holiday weekend. The airline has announced that its computer systems are having problems around the globe due to a “major IT system failure,” and as a result it’s had to cancel a number of flights departing from the UK, as well as hundreds more being delayed.

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Rolls-Royce Sweptail is a jaw-dropping one-off coupe

True luxury isn’t going to your nearest car dealer and buying the most expensive model on the lot: it’s calling up Rolls-Royce and asking them to make you a completely unique, one-off bespoke ride. Such is the story behind this, the Rolls-Royce Sweptail, the handiwork of several years of the automaker’s expert designers and engineers, and a well-heeled (but currently … Continue reading

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MIT invented shape-shifting pasta that reduces packaging waste

Imagine purchasing a package of pasta that is slim, flat, and contains minimal bits of cardboard or plastic. Now imagine removing that flat, uninspiring pasta and, a few minutes after boiling it, discovering that the noodles had transformed into new shapes.

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Bitcoin price on the rise, 1-day value drops return

While Friday is generally a profit taking sort of day for stock markets around the world, Bitcoin seems to be moving in the opposite direction. This adds up, of course, since here in the warmer months of 2017, many traders in the cryptocurrency make use of Bitcoin as their trading currency, choosing to value their quick-trade coins in the slightly … Continue reading

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OnePlus 5 confirmed with Snapdragon 835, front fingerprint sensor

OnePlus has traditional been non-traditional when it came to marketing. Months before a new smartphone, it usually piles teaser after teaser, drumming up hype for the next big thing. We might be just weeks away from the OnePlus 5, yet the startup has been surprisingly mellow.

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Belkin Wemo Bridge adds Apple HomeKit to smart plugs, switches

Smart home products these days speak different languages, which sometimes defeats the purpose of having an automated home.

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LG V10 gets Android Nougat in Korea, global rollout coming

LG has recently been rather proud of how quick it is to bring the latest Android updates to its phones. But, truth be told, just like any other OEM, that’s really only true for for its latest model or two. Case in point is the late 2015 LG V10, still well within the customary 2-year support period

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Acer announces Nitro 5 notebook, Spin 1 convertible, Iconia tablets

Computex won’t be taking place until the end of May but Acer wants to get a head start from the flood of announcements that might come. The manufacturer has just announced four new devices that caters to different types of users and different needs. The Acer Nitro 5 is designed for “casual gamers” while the Acer Spin 1 offers a … Continue reading

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Dodge Demon pricing is out, and the craziest option is just a dollar

What would you pay for an 840 horsepower, street-legal (but only just) drag racer with Guinness World Record pedigree? Dodge is counting on speed-hungry shoppers being willing to spend upwards of $84,995 when the frankly ridiculous 2018 Challenger SRT Demon goes on sale later this Summer, the most powerful Challenger to-date.

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Huawei Honor Band A2 fitness tracker unveiled with an OLED display

Huawei has introduced its newest Honor-branded wearable, the Honor Band A2. As the name suggests, this is a followup model to the Honor Band A1, which was released in 2016.

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