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Video: The most important meal of the day is also the most annoying to make because you're groggy, in a rush and haven't had your cup of coffee yet. Genius men Peter Browne and Mervyn Huggett solved that eternal problem of making breakfast by building a machine to, well, make breakfast for them. Yep, like in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, the machine spits out soft-boiled eggs, perfect toast, tea and coffee, and even brings out the morning newspaper.


Personally, I need breakfast. Almost every morning, I wake up early feeling hungry, and it’s only once I banish my morning hunger that I’m ready to fire. By mid-morning, I take a break and enjoy a snack.

I’ve used a personal anecdote because it’s likely that eating breakfast – or skipping it – may simply reflect a personal preference for timing food intake. Not everyone enjoys eating first thing in the morning. But your first choice of foods may contribute to an overall healthy diet.


Video: What would you say about eating a breakfast sandwich on a pizza? Sizzling bacon, a runny egg and perfectly melted cheese on top of pizza dough. Maybe add mushrooms and chives if you'd like. How can you say no? I know I couldn't. Even if there's no tomato sauce, I'd eat the heck out of this breakfast pizza every morning.


There's nothing better than cereal for dinner. You get home after a massive day and pour yourself a delicious bowl of corn flakes to rip into. Clearly, Bryan Robertson thinks so too. He's the man behind Cereal Anytime: a restaurant opening in Melbourne that plans on serving nothing but cereal all-day, everyday.


China's Military Now Has Its Own GPS I bet they don't charge extra for live traffic updates either.

Google To Release iPad 3 Rival Within Six Months But will we get it down under as quickly as the Galaxy Nexus?

Video: Cricket Cameraman’s Epic Segway Crash I've also crashed a Segway. That whole "can't fall off" notion is a myth.

iOS 5 Untethered Jailbreak Now Available For iPhone, iPad And iPod Don't forget to backup first, kids. And no, your iPad 2 can't have one yet.

Giz Explains: What Do Those Mysterious Lumps On Your Cables Do? Now I totally have that song in my head.