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A batch of Nokia’s new N8 phones has an in-built fault that causes them to break down entirely, the company has admitted.
It’s so easy, too easy to moan about anything and everything… part of the British disposition and I have to give it to us, we’re damn good at making a fuss.
Games review roundup: Assassin’s Creed Brotherhood; God of War: Ghost of Sparta; Sonic Colours; The Fight: Lights Out
A weekly roundup of our bite-size games reviews, this week featuring cloak & dagger warfare in Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood; a journey into Greek mythology with God of War: Ghost of Sparta; everyone’s favourite high-speed hedgehog in Sonic Colours and bare knuckle brawling in The Fight: Lights Out.
The World’s Biggest Liar contest has been held in Cumbria – and Essex resident Paul Burrows won it with his claim that Cumbrians had stolen the mountains and lakes from his home county.
We’ve had tennis rackets, golf clubs, steering wheels, pedometers, fitness boards and even whisks created for the Wii — why not add a pen and drawing tablet to the growing list of peripherals?
I get giddier every year. I know it’s early, I know it’s ridiculous that Facebook statuses all over the land are filled with “OMG the Coca Cola advert is on!” and I dread having to stand up to all the Scrooges knowing that the cynic in me agrees with every word they say. But I love it and I love that I love it – anything that makes me happy has to be a good thing.
For older generations of football fans, the BBC will always be inextricably linked to the 1966 World Cup final thanks to its commentator Kenneth Wolstenholme and his famous phrase: “They think it’s all over, it is now.”
In 2004, I went on Richard Littlejohn’s show and asked him a few factual questions. As you can see, he began to howl:
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