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Introducing the oven of the future – it knows what you’re cooking and lets you watch on your phone

June 10, 2015 admin No comments

Introducing the oven of the future – it knows what you’re cooking and lets you watch on your phone WANT (Picture: June Intelligent Oven) Now we’re cooking on gas. Well, it’s electric but you know what we mean. The June Intelligent Oven (or June to her friends) sees your food and works out how to cook it for you. It basically means we’re all Gordon Ramsay now – admittedly, a pretty scary thought. Created by a San Francisco start up, the oven is a little larger than a microwave and can fit a full sized 12″ pizza or a Sunday roast. It comes with WiFi, a built-in wide-angle HD camera, a five-inch touch screen display, and a digital scale. All of which […] Read more →

Deep freeze! Britain faces plunging temperatures this weekend

November 21, 2014 admin No comments

Deep freeze! Britain faces plunging temperatures this weekend Temperatures could fall as low as -4C in some parts of the country over the next few days, as clear skies see temperatures plunge across the UK. Large parts of the country should expect ‘severe frosts’ from Sunday. Cumbria and Scotland will bear the full force of the icy blast, with tempeatures plunging to -4C on Friday. There will be sleet and snow on high ground in some areas. The Met Office said that Britons should not worry about the severe snowstorms afflicting areas of America making it to these shores, ‘Many people believe that there’s a rule of thumb that weather in […] Read more →

Watch: Moment cement truck gets swallowed up by huge sinkhole in road

October 24, 2014 admin No comments

Watch: Moment cement truck gets swallowed up by huge sinkhole in road There are times to regret the amount of dash cams on the road recording our every mistake but this truck driver must be chuffed the car behind had their camera working. Explaining to the boss that your cement truck fell into a large sink-hole works a lot better knowing there is video evidence. Sinkholes are depressions or craters caused after the collapse of the surface layer and can vary in diameter from one to 600m. The cause of such rare incidents can vary from the collapse of a disused mine shaft to to ruptured sewage pipes. Needless to say, this truck driver will never look at a road […] Read more →

Oh, just a picture of Cheryl made entirely out of pickled vegetables…

October 23, 2014 admin No comments

Oh, just a picture of Cheryl made entirely out of pickled vegetables… It’s Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, but not as you know her (Picture: PA) Ever seen Cheryl Fernandez-Versini looking like this? Nope, we didn’t think so. That’s because the X Factor judge has been recreated here using an assortment of pickled vegetables. The unlikely work of art comes to us courtesy of Nathan Wyburn, who you may remember working similar magic with toast on Britain’s Got Talent in 2011. And apparently the Cheryl creation came about as a result of research from pickled vegetable giants Haywards, whcih saw her named as one of the top five celebrity guests most likely to liven up […] Read more →

Crabzilla is BACK: Giant claw lashes out at two boys fishing off pier

October 23, 2014 admin No comments

Crabzilla is BACK: Giant claw lashes out at two boys fishing off pier Crabzilla (Picture: Weird Whitstable) Crabzilla has struck again with this terrifying photograph of the crustacean’s enormous claw emerging from the shores of Whitstable. The giant crab, dismissed as an elaborate hoax by sealife experts, was snapped lurking underneath two boys fishing. Little did they know but as they fished for crabs off the pier, a giant pincer was waiting for them should they fall in to the emerald depths below. If Crabzilla was real the beast would measure an incredible 50ft wide – ten times the size of Britain’s next largest crab. New sighting (Picture: Weird Whitstable) Naysayers say the […] Read more →

Pictures: Hurricane Gonzalo strikes Britain

October 21, 2014 admin No comments

Pictures: Hurricane Gonzalo strikes Britain Rough seas near Whitehaven in Cumbria, as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo blew into Britain. : Owen Humphreys/PA Wire Rain and high winds are causing travel disruption, as the remnants of Hurricane Gonzalo hits the UK. Gusts of up to 70mph have been recorded in north Wales and the Isle of Wight, and a Met Office wind warning is in place for much of the UK. Some flights have been cancelled at Heathrow, but other airports are reporting no major problems. Forecasters said gales would move east across the UK, with heavy rain in some areas and snow on some […] Read more →

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