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I'm ready.
 
Get your wallets ready. 
If you're wondering when you'll be able to get your hands on those new Nexus phones that have been leaking like a newborn on laxatives, Cnet has an answer... by Michael Crider in Huawei, LG, News, Rumors
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Looking forward to finding out what they're like!

Depending on the releases, it's going to either be a Moto of some kind or the new Nexus phones for me. Budget willing!
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This is incredibly cool...
 
The effort that went into making this is gargantuan. Props to the creators! 

Behind the scenes shows just how involved things got https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FpfXmcL7Ox0. 
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It's not gone yet...
 
A quick statistical analysis on whether summer is indeed over 
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Straight up.
 
There's more to good posture than how you look. This cartoon helpfully explains what, and how you can make sure you have good posture all day long. 


Check it out below, or read more here: http://lifehacker.com/this-cartoon-explains-how-important-it-is-to-have-good-1722813018
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The internet is a very weird place.
 
Role-playing with photos of other people's children
If you have ever posted a picture of your child online, the role-playing game ‪#‎BabyRP‬ may make you double check your privacy settings.
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+Shannon Ware I think privacy settings are key here, but they can be a real minefield and not easy to understand for most people. 
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Great article from +JR Raphael. Not surprising to learn this phone is solid, having seen its predecessors. Those camera samples though...
 
A detailed tour of my first two days with the new Moto G. Hell of a device right here, folks.
Android on a budget just keeps getting better. A detailed tour of two days with Motorola's latest affordable device.
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Great stuff from WileyFox. Can't wait to see more!
 
New handsets at £129 and £199 for the new Cyanogen-partnered smartphone vendor. This morning in London, new smartphone brand Wileyfox has announced two new Android handsets running CyanogenOS 12.1.
New handsets at £129 and £199 for the new Cyanogen-partnered smartphone vendor. This morning in London, new smartphone brand Wileyfox has announced two new Android handsets running CyanogenOS 12.1. The Wileyfox Swift is a 5-inch device with a 720p display and dual-SIM support, powered by Qualcomm's entry-level 64-bit processor, the swift also boasts a 13-megapixel rear camera and 5-...
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Moto X Play now available to order in the UK

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Android M video from Nat and Lo and leak of the Nexus 5 physical tech spec today says to me that Nexus season is approaching. Very exciting as my Nexus 4 is getting tired!

Can't wait for the M and Nexus reveal...
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Come on, don't buy a phone from 2012. It's not smart, even though it's a smart phone. Buy the Moto G (2015) instead. (No, not the 2013 or 2014 variants).
 
It's the dawn of a new era for Android smartphones. We have an influx of phones between $200 and $400 that aren't awful to use. But they're also not necessarily available in stores. And that breaks one top suggestions when someone asks "what should I get?" — hold a phone in your hand before opening…
It's the dawn of a new era for Android smartphones. We have an influx of phones between $200 and $400 that aren't awful to use. But they're also not necessarily available in stores. And that breaks one top suggestions when someone asks "what should I get?" — hold a phone in your hand before opening your wallet. While that hasn't always been possible (and we're talking way back from the...
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Me thinks the hangouts widget is broken. Not that I used it... #hangouts
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Everyone loves cooking dogs... right?
 
Have your CV proofread by Daisy Chain Proofreading Ltd and avoid mistakes like the one below! What a difference a comma can make....
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I've lived in a few places in the South West England, and I love the area - it's so beautiful! I enjoy reading about technology developments, spending time walking in the countryside and playing the occasional chess game. I also appreciate real ale. 

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We happened to be there on the right day to meet a weapons and armour expert. We were given 1-1 information about each weapon. Tony was entertaining, information, and the real highlight was you actually get to hold the weapons. It's a real rarity for that to happen now, but it was the highlight of the day! We didn't actually see that much of the castle as something else was on, but this was awesome. He's only there infrequently, but hopes he'll be there more during 2016.
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Really well preserved, and great to wonder around. Definitely one to save for drier weather! (And if the weather's nice, you could buy your children swords from the Roman baths (£2.60 each) and let them fight in the amphitheatre! Or not...)
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This place is awesome - really well preserved ruins and great displays. There are also educational games, interactive bits and a really great audio tour. It's also free. A really great activity.
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Staff were very well informed and helpful about allergies which was encouraging for us. It was very busy when we were there and waiting times were a little on the long side, but the place has a very nice atmosphere - though it was fairly hectic. Space is at a premium and they've clearly tried to make the most of what they've got which made us feel a little cramped. However we still had a great time. Check out the drawings on the ceiling! And the unlimited chips are a winner...
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There are some fantastic exhibits in this museum, and lots of great bits of information. For me, the highlight was the talk in the barracks room. They've got a reconstructed soldiers' room, where we were given a talk through the armour and weapons a Roman soldier would have worn and used. At the end was the real highlight - getting to hold the weapons and wear the armour! A real rarity, and great fun. A really great place to visit.
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Stopped here to have a cream tea as they catered for gluten free diets. The scones were really nice - warm, and homemade with lemon peel (different!). Even the homemade gluten free scones were nice (and I don't like gluten free food...). The lady running the place suggested we sit in a particular seat in the covered area because it was nice and cleared it for us specially. Very high quality food and drinks (loose leaf tea, not bags) and really enjoyable.
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A real hidden gem! We only managed to look round the ground floor, but there are some fantastic bits here. Plenty of engaging activities (make your own paper crane... kept us busy for a while!) and interesting facts - particularly about the relationships between Britons and Anglo-Saxons. The smells of history was also a fascinating and quirky display.
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