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Socialist photographer Henry Grant spent decades last century documenting the lives of ordinary Londoners. This set of pictures – from the Museum of London's unique photographic collection of his work
The acquittal of Nigella Lawson's former personal assistants on fraud charges makes the front pages of most of Saturday's newspapers. First class Several papers report there is good news for those who
View 5 Photos When you're handed the keys to the 2014 Bentley Continental GT, one wouldn't necessarily want to drive it through the barren desert, but that's exactly where Arthur St. Antoine takes it this
Capt. James T. Kirk always got the latest, most advanced ship in Starfleet, so it seems only fitting that the Navy's new stealth destroyer, the USS Zumwalt, is slated to be commanded by none other than
Meet the 100-passenger plane that'll keep your flight running on time. Aircraft design is often overlooked in discussions of the FAA's multibillion-dollar NextGen initiative, the elaborate mélange of guidance,
View 5 Photos After a nearly two-decade official absence from the U.S. market, the return of the Alfa Romeo brand has been one that has long been promised, but fallen short of fulfillment several times.
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You might say the week is never really done in consumer technology news. Your workweek, however, hopefully draws to a close at some point. This is the Weekly Roundup on Engadget, a quick peek back at top
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Remember that night when you and your friends discovered how to “draw” with your camera’s long exposure function? You started out simple, piercing the dark with a cheap handheld flashlight as you traced