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Whore of the Orient game faces Human Rights Commission complaint

The upcoming title from Team Bondi has been called an ''attempt to disgrace Chinese culture, history and traditions''.

By September 2, 2013

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Sony to sell PlayStation 4 console in China

A month after Microsoft's announcement that it would be selling the Xbox One in China, Sony has revealed similar plans for the PS4.

By May 25, 2014

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Japan launches luxury Seven Stars train with $11,000 suite

This sightseeing service will wind its way through the southern island of Kyushu, stopping by huge volcanoes and relaxing hot springs.

By October 11, 2013

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Carved wooden cabinet looks like a glitch

Good Vibrations claims to not be a work of Photoshop, but a carved wooden cabinet that purposely resembles a screen glitch.

By March 14, 2013

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All aboard the Orient Express (photos)

Road Trip 2011: Many may not know that the present day version of the famous train experience includes a series of special day trips in England. CNET climbs aboard one of the world's most luxurious trains.

21 Images By July 9, 2011

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Luxury aboard the Orient Express' British Pullman

Road Trip 2011: CNET gets a taste of the best that can be had on a train--the Venice-Simplon Orient Express' British Pullman, an 11-carriage exercise in luxury and good times.

By July 9, 2011

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Over or under? The science of toilet paper orientation

How do you roll? A detailed, graphical look at the science and history of a pressing modern debate.

By May 9, 2011

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Learn how to tie a necktie and scarf with Android

Are you using the same boring knots for your neckties and scarves? These Android apps will show you how to tie 12 different necktie knots and seven different scarf knots.

By July 5, 2012

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Apple doesn't want iPad used in bed as iOS 4.2 ditches orientation lock

We're starting to think Steve Jobs doesn't want you watching your iPad in bed, as Apple ditches the handy orientation lock in favour of a function we can't think of a single use for.

By October 25, 2010