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Bitcoin Now Being Used For Booking Private Flights

Shocking but true, as the world of crypto-currency expands, so does the uses for trading and using the digital currency to get whatever you want. Cue in the private aviation business.

With the demand for crypto-currency rising, some of the largest private jet companies globally such as M2Jets, PrivateFly and TapJets are now accepting Bitcoin as a form of payment.

Hollywood Stars Love Doing Goat Yoga!

Yes, you read that right… goat yoga! Leave it to our society these days to bring together two things that are total opposite, but that we actually love: goats & yoga. And people are lining up to give it a test run.

Shocking But True: You Can Wear Underwear Made of Recycled Plastic!

Calvin Klein, Fruit of the Loom, Hugo Boss, DKNY, and many others create underwear that can commonly be found in every person’s home. Well, now there is a new brand that has just launched in worldwide (originally out of Finland) that is about to change the underwear game and help make the world a better, cleaner place “one butt at a time”… and they mean that literally!

Hungry hackers stole $3k worth of snacks from CIA vending machines

The mighty Central Intelligence Service (CIA) is a civilian organisation tasked by the American Government to gather information and analysing it concerning national security information from around the world. This is probably one of the reasons that it was unaware that some clever hackers, working for one of the thousands of contractors that are employed within the CIA building, helped themselves to about $3,000 worth of snacks from the CIA vending machines in 2013.

Dog Falls Into The River Thames, Man Dives In To Save Him

Anything that involves saving animals, especially dogs, is certain to make news in Britain and although the feats of one particular man in London, did not replace the current headlines relating to the recent election of a new parliament, it certainly got the fingers busy on smartphones posting on social media websites.

RoboCop joins Dubai police to fight real life crime

This story is not about the 1987 American cyberpunk action film, no this is the real thing and it is happening, if not on the streets near you, unless of course you live in Dubai. As the many avid aficionados’ of the film with recall, the plot is set in crime ridden Detroit in the future, and RoboCop centres on police officer Alex Murphy who is murdered by a gang of criminals and subsequently revived by the megacorporation Omni Consumer Products (OCP) as a superhuman cyborg law enforcer known as RoboCop. The film received rave reviews and was cited as one of the best films of 1987, it was followed by two sequels, a television series, a remake, two animated TV series, a television mini-series, video games, and a number of comic book adaptations and crossovers. (more…)

Apple details how the iPhone will block texts when you’re driving

Even though it has been illegal to use a mobile ‘phone whilst driving since 2003, and although new legislation came into effect in March 2017 which saw increases in penalties, drivers are still seen using hand held mobiles when on the move. The latest government directive has seen penalties increase and now you could be fined £200 and get six points on your licence, if you’re less than two years from passing your test 6 points would mean losing your licence. Should you refuse or dispute, then this can mean that you could be taken to court, or if the police think the offence is so bad that a fixed penalty isn’t enough you could be taken to court. Fines in court will almost certainly be larger and disqualification is possible, the maximum fine in a court is £1,000, or £2,500 if you were driving a bus or a goods vehicle. If you have to use a hand held mobile then you’ll first have to stop driving, which means parking up safely and legally with the handbrake on and the engine switched off. Police forces in Britain penalised almost 6,000 motorists for the offence in the four weeks after tougher punishments took effect, equivalent to one every seven minutes. (more…)

Robot priest unveiled in Germany to mark 500 years since Reformation

The Catholic Church was all powerful in the medieval period and before, the teachings of the Catholic Popes whose authority over religion resembled that of emperors over the physical world. Martin Luther, who was born in what is now Germany, began to question this and wondered if all of the things done by Catholic leaders could be justified.

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