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A survey reveals that 75% of us use our phone in the bathroom, while 24% of men now sit down to use the lavatory so they always have two hands free for their phone...plus more, erm, fascinating stats.
The Japanese are simply hyping Vista SP1 release. I was just surprised to find that a roll of toilet paper printed with highlighted features is already available in Japan. You kind of have to feel...
An internet toilet roll browser and a net-enabled chopping board are among cutting edge designs at the Ideal Home Show. The show, which runs at London's Earls Court exhibition centre until 6...