The shiny Lamborghini Gallardo that the Italian police force has been showing off the past few years is no longer shiny. According to the Telegraph, "The crash occured after the car, which belonged to the Bologna police was cut up by another motorist leaving a service station."
Room Atlas is a Google Maps mashup that overlays prices of 53,000 hotels. The prices are colour coded for easy identifcation and you can filter by amenties. You can also overlay additional information such as Wikipedia landmarks.
Emirates has released an iPhone app that helps you 'speak' another language.
All you need to do is take a picture of your mouth, the app then uses the picture and animates it so that when you get the app to say the phrase needed you can hold your iPhone / iPod touch in front of your real face and let the phone do the talking for you.
The deepest living fish ever spotted in the southern hemisphere have been caught on camera. The bizarre-looking pink creatures were photographed at a depth of 7,560m (24,800ft), swimming in the Kermadec Trench off the coast of New Zealand.
An international team has been studying this area using a submersible, built to withstand immense pressures.
Last year, the same team recorded another fish at 7,700m (25,300ft) - the deepest ever filmed.
These were found in the Japan Trench, which is in the Pacific, north of the equator.
If you love Marmite, you'll love the temporary Marmite shop that is on London's Regent Street until early January. The shop is open 7 days a week and sells everything from homewares to artwork, clothes to food, books to special Christmas boxes. You can also get some toast and marmite. I'll be checking it out this Saturday.
If you're a big fan of London, you'll love this virtual aerial tour of London. It features many of the main attractions such as Tower Bridge, the Dome and Regent's Park and allows you to pan and zoom in any direction. [via]