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The pants meme is strong in this episode -- so strong we can't even pinpoint it to a certain topic. Google Buzz is pants, Microsoft may have no pants on, and the IOC is trying to sue the pants off everyone under the sun. And Molly will not be wearing pant
The wife of the new head of MI6 reveals details of their vacations, their children, their celebrity friends, and even how he looks in swimming attire.
Well, you don't really need to totally disregard this episode, but that is what 10-12 means in CB radio talk. And the news is light. Although we do learn that the head of MI6's speedo is not a state secret. But it SHOULD be!
In extreme cases, a government official says, the U.K. would launch a cyberattack in response to intrusions into its own systems.
Despite the vaguely technical title, the latest James Bond installment, Quantum of Solace, is almost completely devoid of gadgets.
After watching the latest Bond film, we're beginning to wonder whether Bond's so angry just because of all the products he's meant to spruik. We wonder whether he's reading this story right now on his Intel-inside PC...
Don't let the scientific-sounding title mislead you. Quantum of Solace will leave tech lovers groaning in their seats. It's cutting-edge tech is off the mark.
New Ka uses Ford's Kinetic design--which means it has fancy trapezoidal headlights and is wedge-shaped to give the impression it's in motion, even when it's standing still.
With Quantum of Solace just days away from release, Crave's car nerds have been clamouring to discover which new motors Jimmy Bond gets to pootle about in. Hang on, a Ka?
It has emerged that Britain's Secret Service has admitted to using Facebook to recruit tomorrow's James Bonds.