Holy bucket of bricks -- that 152,455-piece, 307kg, 2m long Lego Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 jet engine doesn't only look insane -- it also moves! Watch the most complicated Lego machine in action.
Watch The 152,455-Piece Lego Rolls-Royce Engine In Action
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This week, anyone looking to hack their Switch or run their own software on it got some good news and more good news. An exploit has been released that opens the homebrew floodgates - and because it's hardware-based, Nintendo can't just patch it.
E-Waste Innovator Will Go To Jail For Making Windows Restore Disks That Only Worked With Valid Licenses
California man Eric Lundgren, an electronic waste entrepreneur who produced tens of thousands of Windows restore disks intended to extend the lifespan of ageing computers, lost a federal appeals court case in Miami after it ruled "he had infringed Microsoft's products to the tune of $US700,000," the Washington Post reported.