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Walk around any Chinatown in the world, and you'll likely stumble upon knockoff Louis Vouitton, knockoff Rolexes and knockoff Ray Bans. But you know what? Fakes are all around you. Take that bottle of whisky, for instance. It too could be fake. But researchers at St. Andrews University have found a...
The 21st century version of laser tag uses the iPhone. Xappr connects to smartphones and uses an app to transform a futuristic plastic toy gun into "an augmented-reality shooting adventure," says Chip Chick. This means you no longer have to pay for pricey gear and space. With Xappr's guns, you can ...
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