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Were the 1970s really football's age of innocence?

A beautiful new book celebrates the 1970s as an age of innocence in football. Chris Moss surveys the photographs - and the facts<p>Thanks to Savile, Hall, Harris, Denning and company, the Seventies has begun to look like anything but an age of innocence. As someone who spent most of his childhood in …


Why Dyson's robot vacuum took 16 years, and why it's headed to Japan first

Dyson almost launched a robot vacuum. Back in 2001, after three years in development. Its first effort, shown to the British public in London looked nothing (and we mean nothing) like the eventual 360 Eye unveiled today. Sixteen years is a long time in tech. The DC06, as it was called, never made …

Louis van Gaal: Manchester United's 2-1 opening Premier League loss to Swansea is as bad as it gets

New Old Trafford boss claims his team's confidence is smashed as he faces renewed pressure from supporters to bring in new players<p><b>Louis van Gaal</b> said <b>Manchester United</b>'s confidence was "smashed" following a 2-1 home defeat to <b>Swansea City</b> in his first match as manager.<p>Van Gaal said the defeat, which …


Premier League opening weekend: in pictures - Telegraph


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&%*$#! Microsoft limits Xbox Live users' curse words

Take heed gamers: too many obscenities uttered in Upload Studio videos could lead to loss of account privileges.<p>As Xbox players battled each other, uploading videos showcasing conquests and recording trash talking over the past couple of days, some players noticed that they lost their Xbox Live …

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Microsoft releases Xbox One cheat sheet: here's what you can tell Kinect to do

Every Xbox One comes with a new Kinect sensor — a powerful peripheral that lets the game console read your heart rate and respond to your voice commands. In our review of the Xbox One, however, we discovered that the Kinect typically only recognizes extremely specific vocal cues like "Xbox turn …