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Pony walks into English police station, is escorted from premises -
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These stunning driverless trains are the future of London's Tube network -
Turn your text messages into comic strips with this app -
Apple enables unique passwords for apps that tap into iCloud -
BlaBlaCar CEO Frédéric Mazzella Will Talk About France’s Next Unicorn At Disrupt London -
Amazon’s DynamoDB Gets Hugely Expanded Free Tier And Native JSON Support -
Honeywell's £229 voice-activated smart thermostat comes to the UK -
10 Minutes With, The Career Matching Service For Graduates, Bags $4M Funding As It Heads To U.S. -
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Mercedes will talk about self-driving cars and debut a new concept next CES -
Employee Relocation Startup Move Guides Scores $8.2 Million Series A -
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SWAT team murders burglary victim because burglar claimed he found meth -
Kids who sext more likely to be comfortable with their sexuality -
UK's new space weather center will help people prepare for solar storms -
Melting zombie candles (and other delights) -
Astronomers accidentally discovered the brightest pulsar on record -
Facebook, Box and Pinterest want to mentor young women in tech -
Malware needs to know if it's in the Matrix -
Sprint is shutting down its WiMAX data network on November 6th, 2015 -
Snapchat's evaporating news feed is getting ads 'soon' -
Google's Android emulator is ready to help developers make 64-bit apps -
Elon Musk hints at tomorrow's Tesla D reveal (update: upgraded P85D with supercar speed?) -
The next iOS update will likely block your favorite game emulator -
10 Men Making Waves For Women In Tech -
Engadget Daily: HTC's new action cam, Apple's iPad event and more! -
Apple is now the fifth-largest PC maker in the world, if you ask IDC -
Engadget Live L.A. was all about that bass (and some treble) -
AMD's new CEO has a background in mobile technology -
Chromecast's custom backgrounds are finally here -
5 U.S. airports will begin screening travelers for Ebola -
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