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Adam Causton
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We have 3 scrumptious free from hampers up for grabs, full of all things yummy and sweet - enter now!
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Acer's new chromebook. Keep an eye out for the reference to a touch screen. 
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+Coralie Campobasso Yeah that is a good point. I think artists tend to prefer that style too because it makes for a sturdier surface when using a stylus. 
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First driver less cars, now the "internet of things". Milton Keynes is leading the way.
Milton Keynes will be the guinea pig for Britain's first ever city-wide 'Internet of Things' network
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Designer Jim Wicks talks Moto 360 in the company'…: http://youtu.be/Nz7MjoCykNU

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+Xiaomi laying the ground work for international expansion?
One of the most expensive domain names ever is snapped up by a smartphone firm looking to expand internationally.
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"If you'd told me five years ago that I'd be delivering work in GIF format," says Robin Davey, "I'd have laughed." As the web continues to take over the space of traditional magazines, many...
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Play Smarty Pins. A game of brains and brawn. Well, dragging and dropping. That's brawny right?
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Smarty Pins is a Google Maps based geography and trivia game.
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On Saturday, a film crew looked on as workmen dug up copies of failed Atari game, ET. But why does everyone care so much?
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Is this the much rumoured #Amazon   #Smartphone ?! +BGR has a great track record of being ahead of the pack when it comes to #Kindle  devices.
After years of development, Amazon is finally close to unveiling the first of several own-brand smartphones. At a distance, Amazon's upcoming flagship phone looks much like any other touchscreen ph...
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Has The Hut begun selling the official UK #Chromecast  for £39.99?
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+Tony Roberts sadly they confirmed (via twitter) that it was a US import. Doesnt look like we'll have to wait much longer for the official release though. 
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Great selection of fresh produce, but the wider range of products can't compare to other local supermarkets. Mini trolleys for the kids make shopping more enjoyable (and less stressful) for the whole family.
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With its low ceilings, this little basement restaurant can get a very noisy when busy. But it's popular for a good reason. Good quality food, served surprisingly quickly. Due to the size of the restaurant expect to wait for a table during peak hours.
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The multi lingual staff are both helpful and entertaining demonstrating toys on every floor. But the range of products isn't that impressive and it's overpriced, significantly on some smaller products.
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reviewed 2 months ago
Modern shopping centre with predominantly High Street and designer fashion outlets. INTU is also family friendly with a number of theme days running through the summer. All year round, you can find a small sand pit opposite cafe italia along with an area for kids to sit and colour.
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Star wars dominates the entrance with a couple of storm troopers on guard and Rey's speeder providing a great photo op. If your looking for something more traditional, Cinderella's pumpkin carriage can be found downstairs. The store itself has an extensive range, but the shelfs were a little lacking in stock and strangely for a Disney store very few visible members of staff.
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Although there are cheaper places to buy lego the official lego store offers an extensive range of products, exclusive sets and regular family events. The friendly and knowledge staff really make you feel welcome without the hard sell. TIP: The free monthly mini build (first Thursday of the month) is a must for all young lego fans.
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