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.
I love watching old footage like this. Some of the trams in the video are probably still in use today.
The Oatmeal explains why 13-year-old girls are fanatical about Twilight.
Looks simple enough.
Classic comedy from Smith and Jones.
A cute video featuring a very inquisitive cat.
WHy you shouldn't annoy an Anaconda.
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.
The owner of the most expensive car in the world has been forced to write off his $1m Bugatti Veyron after crashing into a lagoon.
He told police he had dropped his mobile phone as he sped alongside the lagoon while taking his newly delivered car out for a test drive.
When he looked up from picking up the phone he was startled by a low flying pelican which cause him to swerve off the road.
House escaped unhurt from the wreckage but could do nothing to stop his car - one of only 15 in the US - from submerging in the water up to its door handles.
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.
Google Doodles that you may not have seen.
A short documentary about some very strange looking blob-like masses in the Mediterranean.
What Facebook would look like if it merged with MySpace
The National Post has posted an interactive guide to 101 Muppets from Sesame Street.
A guy is watching the news when a car belonging to two of his brothers is involved in an accident on live TV.