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These Barriers will rip your car to pieces

Barrier1 Systems has developed a series of vehicle barriers that will basically “f*** your car up” if you try to drive through them. They specialize in developing bollards, vehicle arrestors…

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BlogTechnical is looking for part-time writers who wish to put their journalism skills to work in the technology sector. BlogTechnical covers the latest happenings in the tech world, focusing on topic

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China developing powerful rocket for Moon expedition

China has started developing plans for a very powerful rocket to carry a crew of astronauts into space for a moon landing and for deep space exploration. It is expected…

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Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental takes first flight

Yesterday marked yet another dramatic event in aviation history as the new Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental took flight for the first time. The 747-8I (the passenger variant) took off from Paine…

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Enjoying Discovery’s last flight [Pics]

Here are some high def pics from the STS-133 mission is now docked at the International Space Station. It’s a memorable occasion because it’s the 39th and final flight for…

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MINI goes through TSA scanner? Well not quite…

Looking at this MINI Cooper, you’d assume that it went through the popular TSA airport scanner. However this is not the case, and it’s actually a pretty cool body paint…

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BMW burns logo into people’s eyes

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BMW integrates Facebook, Twitter and Webradio into 1 series

BMW has taken the social step by integrating popular networks such as Facebook and Twitter into its iDrive system, along with Webradio. From the promo video, it seems that you…

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Chinese high speed train shatters world speed commercial record at 302mph

China’s new high speed train “Harmony” has set a new world record for unmodified commercial trains, clocking 302 mph on the Beijing-to-Shanghai line. There are faster trains of course, but…

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