Robinson signs QPR deal

° Sportinglife.com ° QPR have signed full-back Jack Robinson from Liverpool and immediately loaned him out to Huddersfield. Sky Bet. Transfer Specials. Click here to bet. Jack Robinson in action for Blackpool. Related Content. Play Super 6! Play Sky Sports Fantasy Football! ° BBC Sport ° Tribal Football ° Daily Mail ° °

Keira Knightley Bares Breasts for Topless Photo Shoot: See the Hot Pics!

° E! Online ° Keira Knightley is going topless for a super high fashion photo shoot! In a gorgeous new black and white spread for Interview magazine, the 29-year-old actress bares her breasts while striking a stunning pose in only high-waisted black pants and black … ° Daily Mail ° NEWS.com.au ° PerezHilton.com ° °

AIG’s Benmosche Sped His Exit With Year to Live; Mom’s Advice: ‘Don’t Wait Too …

° Bloomberg ° Robert Benmosche, who is stepping down this weekend after five years as American International Group Inc.'s chief executive officer, said he learned in May that he had nine months to a year to live. Benmosche, 70, said in an interview that he moved up his … ° CNNMoney ° USA TODAY ° Wall Street Journal (blog) ° °

You have to check out these crazy CIA spy gadgets from 50 years ago

You have to check out these crazy CIA spy gadgets from 50 years agoHave you ever watched a James Bond or Mission Impossible movie and wondered if any of those absurd gadgets could actually be put to use in the real world? Well as it so happens, the spies on the silver screen aren’t too different from our own Central Intelligence Agency of the mid-1900s. CNET has cobbled together a slideshow of some of the most fascinating pieces of spy tech in the history of the CIA — some of them need to be seen to be believed. The bug you see above you is one of the highlights of the CIA Museum Artifacts collection. The Dragonfly Insectothopter, as it is known, was the first insect-sized flying vehicle to ever be developed by

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