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#SPECTRE could be @007 James Bond's last film for Sony Pictures - an annotated infographic

After the UK premiere and nationwide opening of Spectre on October 26, the James Bond franchise will be open to the highest bidder, as the four-movie distribution deal between Sony Pictures and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer expires. 66 more words


#JurassicWorld map of Isla Nublar - an annotated infographic

Twenty-two years after the events of Jurassic Park, Isla Nublar is now a fully functioning dinosaur theme park – Jurassic World. Facing a fall in visitor numbers, a new more deadly dinosaur has been introduced. 87 more words


E&T news weekly #59 – we choose our favourite engineering and technology news stories from the week

Friday July 17 2015
 Aasha Bodhani, industry features editor
Contracts for UK to Norway subsea power link awarded

The world’s longest undersea electricity interconnector has been given the go ahead to be built between the UK and Norway. 1,326 more words


#BBCmicrobit micro computer free to one million schoolchildren - an annotated infographic

For those of a certain age, the words “BBC Micro” will evoke memories of playing simplistic, heavily pixellated but nonetheless incredibly thrilling computer games in the school IT cupboard, having booked it for that one precious hour a week under the guise of learning computer programming. 120 more words


Brazil unveils #Olympics torch for #Rio2016 - an annotated infographic

The 2016 Olympic torch has been revealed ahead of next year’s Games in Rio de Janeiro, featuring an innovative recycled aluminium design.

It looks pretty nice. 55 more words


#NewHorizons probe pings back first pics of Pluto - an annotated infographic

After nine years and a journey of 5 billion kilometres, NASA’s New Horizons probe is to become the first spacecraft to visit the icy dwarf planet Pluto. 61 more words