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“Ah ah ah… you didn’t say the magic word”

“Ah ah ah… you didn’t say the magic word”

Anyone of a certain age will know what it means when someone coyly says “ah, ah, ah… you didn’t say the magic word”. Wayne Knight, who went on to play Newman on Seinfeld, may have originally been recognizable to us as Dennis Nedry from Jurassic Park. The enterprising scientist, who tried to steal Dinosaur DNA and proved the movie's protagonist, has now been memorialized in a whole new way.

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The Daily Show skewers Google Glass

The Daily Show skewers Google Glass

Glass has a perception problem, and a new segment on The Daily Show skewering the wearable probably isn't going to help any on that front. The divisive head-worn computer came in for some tough treatment from the comedy news show's Jason Jones, who not only questioned whether the spate of anti-Glass sentiment some have experienced over the past year actually counts as geek bullying, but tried to make his own version.

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Apple Store robber drives right through the front window

Apple Store robber drives right through the front window

Here's now not to get an iPhone 5 when the day comes later this month for the device to be in-stores: driving straight through your local Apple Store's front window. That's just what a couple robbers did earlier this month in a case that Apple has released evidence in - the video of the vehicle the robbers drove is quite clear to see. Have a peek at what it means to have a terrible, terrible idea, then go through with it.

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Sega’s Toylet gaming urinal goes on sale to the public

Sega’s Toylet gaming urinal goes on sale to the public

Sega made quick a splash early last year when it introduced its unique video game product called the "Toylet" in Japan. As per its name, it's part toy, part toilet. The contraption uses the male's gift for bodily fluid projection to act as a game control mechanic. A special sensor placed inside the urinal is able to measure volume and pressure of the stream. If you haven't seen this over the last 16 months, believe us; it's real.

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GPS leads tourists into Australian bay

GPS leads tourists into Australian bay

Three Japanese tourists are leaving Australia without the vacation they wanted and $1500 poorer than they expected, and sticking a rental car company with the arduous task of retrieving a vehicle from a muddy Australian bay. The culprit? A GPS system that apparently didn't have very accurate maps. It's a very valuable lesson in the over-reliance on technology.

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