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Exotic Crocodile Penis

Are you looking for crocodile penis?" the Indonesian trader whispered to a journalist couple whom he thought was looking for an aphrodisiac to spice up their lives. The cost of the appendage? RM2...


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Droid X Still Can't Beat iPhone

Motorola's Droid X does many things well, including Wi-Fi and social networking access, but not well enough to conquer the iPhone. Apple's new-product launches tend to overshadow any compa...


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Black Hole Blows Gas Bubble

A small black hole has been observed blowing a vast bubble of hot gas 1,000 light-years across. The gas is expanding because it is being heated by powerful particle "jets" being released by the bl...


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Teenagers 'Risk Premature Babies'

Pregnant teenagers are more likely to give birth prematurely and have a small baby than women in their 20s, says an Irish research team. Fourteen to 17-year-olds were also more likely to give birt...


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Slump In Sex Business During World Cup

The influx of thousands of soccer fans would increase demand on South African sex workers; at least that was the belief of a leading expert prior to the start of the 2010 World Cup. But it seems f...


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Internet Business

In the age of new technology, where an increasing amount of transactions happen in cyberspace, internet users need to remain a step ahead of scammers. They need to be extra careful to not downloa...


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Google confident on China site

  Google Inc chief executive Eric Schmidt said on Thursday he is confident the company will secure a license to operate a website in China, amid speculation Beijing will reject its application. ...


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Solar Impulse Night Test Success

An experimental solar-powered aircraft launched on Wednesday has landed safely in Switzerland after successfully flying through the night. The feat is a step toward the makers' aim of circling...


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La Nina Expected In Tropical Pacific

La Nina is likely to cool the tropical Pacific in coming months, a phenomenon which usually causes stronger monsoons across Asia and eastern Australia, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) sa...


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Amazon Launches Internet Grocery Service

U.S. online retailer Amazon.com Inc has launched an Internet grocery service in Britain, it said on Wednesday, joining a fast-growing but competitive market. The move poses a challenge to supermar...


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Fraudulent Activity on iTunes

Apple has banned a Vietnamese developer from its app store after he was implicated in fraudulently pushing his titles to its best-seller list. According to Apple, Thuat Nguyen hacked around 400 iT...


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Solar Plane Starts Test Flight

An experimental aircraft that draws its power from the sun is making a round-the-clock test flight. The aim is to assess whether the plane can fly in darkness, using solar cells on its wings to ge...


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Man Fined Over Fake eBay Auctions

A man has been fined £3,000 and ordered to carry out 250 hours community service after fixing an online auction on eBay. Paul Barrett, 39 and from County Durham, became the first person to be con...


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