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In a depressingly familiar tale, a Chinese man tries to fetch his phone, having dropped it in the loo. Firemen are called.
Firefighters in Minnesota enter a burning apartment, only to find a couple grappling with their TV, in a desperate attempt to save it.
The great, mind-dulling debate about where LeBron James would end up took a new twist when famed data nerd Nate Silver weighed in.
A low-pressure aluminum casting press caused an "industrial accident" at the Model S car factory.
A Polish design studio has lovingly re-created old LCD handhelds to be played for free in a browser, right down to the consoles themselves.
The 16th birthday party of a teenage girl was gatecrashed by over 1,500 people after she accidentally set the Facebook page for the event to public instead of private.
A Korean firm is developing a reconnaissance robot that can enter burning buildings to check for people and gauge the danger level for firefighters.
AT&T's application contest is one way a developer can establish a public presence, get a little validation, and develop new partnerships.
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Bennett Nasty, Bakalicious, and WillyT talk to Ari Rabban from Phone.com about his company. Also in the mix, they hit up the iPhone SDK, Randall's wife's grandma's issues with MySpace and friendship, plus we think "10,000 B.C." is going to be a pile of p