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Google Glass user questioned by Homeland Security over piracy fears during trip to the cinema

The device was turned off and searched for footage but the cinema stated that "wearing a device that has the capability to record video is not appropriate"

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Waterproofing your wardrobe with practical, yet luxurious, purchases is a wise investment, says Emma Akbareian

Bill and Brenda Arnold stop for refreshments

A glass of white with your petrol, sir? Pouring pints for parched drivers along a British motorway

Wetherspoon has opened its first pub along the M40, causing controversy as road-safety advocates cite concerns about promoting drink driving

Tony Gallagher was given a traditional 'banging out' send off by the paper's staff

Daily Telegraph sacks editor Tony Gallagher in shock move designed to 'move beyond putting news online'

The Daily Telegraph has sacked its editor, Tony Gallagher, and declared it will “reinvent the way we work” and move beyond news publishing.

If 2013 was the year of the brow, then 2014 is set to be about hot lips

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Eye-catching brows are old news. Instead give your beauty look an instant update with a vibrant lip colour, says Naomi Attwood

The Royal Docks at Grimsby; residents in Grimsby are rising up against Channel 4's attempts to cast them as the subjects of its next documentary series on the poor

Grimsby residents attempt to stop Channel 4 from filming 'poverty porn' series in their city

Residents in Grimsby are rising up against Channel 4’s attempts to cast them as the subjects of its next documentary series on the poor – a television genre that has been dubbed “poverty porn”.

Benefits Street: Grimsby residents rise up after Channel 4 films Skint on estate

Residents wary of being featured in second series of Skint after portrayal of 'welfare scroungers' in Benefits Street

Tony Hsieh, founder of Zappos, where employees are famed for being happy

Shoe firm Zappos gets a reboot - with no managers and no job titles

The online retailer Zappos is the largest company yet to adopt “holacracy”, a new business approach in which bosses are banished and workers choose their tasks. But who makes the tea?

Schools are becoming 'exam factories' which don't equip students for the world of work, claims CBI

Schools are in danger of becoming "exam factories" - churning out teenagers unable to cope with life beyond their gates, Britain's bosses warned yesterday.

US authorities stuck with $25m bitcoin hoard, seized from the Silk Road

The stash was taken from the servers of the Silk Road - a website for selling illegal wares that traded in bitcoin and was shut down last October

Andy McSmith's Diary: Conservative candidate’s racial sensitivity falls flat as a pancake

“One thing I have become very sensitive about is this accusation that Conservatives are somehow racist,” Edward de Mesquita, who is standing as a Conservative candidate in West Hampstead, in London, told the Camden New Journal. “Conservatives are not racist. So many of the Conservatives have foreign wives, after all.

Netflix and net neutrality threatened by US court ruling overturning the Open Internet Order

A challenge to the 2010 Order by ISP Verizon will allow ISPs to create a 'two tier' system which charges more for high-bandwidth activities online

The new series of 'The Voice' got underway last weekend

The vex factor: BBC produces 'almost identical programmes to those by ITV', MPs are told - by ITV

ITV makes complaint in its submission into the Culture Committee's inquiry into the future of the BBC

Mikhail Kalashnikov posing with the first model of his legendary AK-47

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Inventions may change the world, but not all count as progress, and several inventors have later come to regret their bright idea.

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