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Elizabeth Fish is a freelance writer who happens to run a hyperlocal news website in Lincoln, UK. She also covers all things geeky for TechHive.

Lego Designs Great Architectural Feats, Wants You to Choose the Best One

Do you appreciate fine architecture? If so, Lego wants you to help it choose its next Lego Architecture set.

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Mod Gives Your Rooted HTC Sensation A High Quality Camera

Get better photos and video out of your 4.0 HTC Sensation's camera app by using this clever mod.

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The Geek Dream Car: Project Detroit Brings Windows 8 and Kinect to a Mustang

To the Geekmobile! If Microsoft made cars in the future, this incredible mod gives us an idea of how they would be.

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GeekBytes: OMG Robotic Jellyfish Spies!! (And Other Things We Didn't Cover)

It's GeekBytes o'clock, which means some nuggets of awesome for you to enjoy at the end of the day! In this installment, we have robots modeled after jellyfish and-you guessed it--more Nyan Cat fun.

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Unmanned Robot Ties Knots and Shaves Hair, Won't Cut Off Your Head

If you think going to get your haircut by a human is nerve-wracking enough, imagine having a robot do it instead!

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GeekBytes: The Camera That Sees Around Corners (And Other Things We Didn't Cover)

MIT develops a camera that can peer around corners using freaking lasers. This is just one of the bits of awesome in today's installment of GeekBytes.

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Tesla Coils Play Nyan Cat Theme: Best Rendition Yet?

These tesla coils show even electricity has a sense of humor as they cover the Nyan Cat tune almost perfectly.

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Meet The Robotic Luggage That Follows You Like a Dog

Don't want to carry your luggage when you're taking a trip? Make an autonomous luggage bag so you no longer have to!

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Lego Mindstorms Kits Help Scientists Replicate Real Bones

Scientists have found ways to make use of Lego as part of their research to swap metal bone implants for more realistic ones.

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GeekBytes: How to Extract Your Own DNA (And Other Things We Didn't Cover)

For the final instalment of the week, GeekBytes checks out a big Lego R2-D2, a printer used for cells, a UFO camera made with a disco ball and more.

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Thanks, Dev-Team! New iPad Already Jailbroken [Updated]

Just got back from buying your shiny new iPad? It looks like you could already jailbreak it using Cydia.

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Affordable Motion Capture Project Goes Intergalactic With Kinect

What do you get when you cross CG animation, a Microsoft Kinect, space and gaming together? A really hands-on software project!

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Look, No Hands! MIT Controls Robotic Aircraft Using Motion Control

Kinect-guided aircraft? Kind of. Researchers at MIT devise a way to control drone aircraft on the ground using hand gestures.

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Lego Game Boy Transformer Will Make You Reach for Your Wallet

Check out one of the most impressive Lego set ideas ever--it's bound to get geeks drooling.

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Ubooly Reminds Us of Furby, Won't Give You Nightmares

Ubooly turns your iPhone or iPad into a plush toy that speaks!

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