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These Londoners laughed in the face of the Tube strike

Londoners have dream journeys to work during the Tube strike

You might have struggled to get into work this morning but many of your fellow commuters reported dream journeys on the London transport network. These Londoners simply laughed in the face of the industrial action, thanking Tube workers in helping them get seats on the Overground, buses and even the maligned Emirates Air Line cable car. Read full story »


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The two month wait is nearly over, as the 2015/16 Premier League season kicks off on August 8. With plenty of new signings and a £5.14bn record breaking TV deal; it’s certainly worth the wait for one of world’s most entertaining football leagues. Read more

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You could make your phone into a tiny hologram projector! (Photo: YouTube)

VIDEO: Here’s how to turn your smartphone into a hologram projector

Got a smartphone? Of course you have, You’re probably reading this on it. Now you just need some ordinary household objects like a pen, paper, ruler, tape - and a craft knife and an old CD case. Read full story »


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