With the 40th anniversary of Star Wars coming next week, everyone is going to celebrate in their own special way. However, one theatre in Los Angeles might have everyone else beat with the weirdest collection of footage this side of the Outer Rim.
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Londoners! The luckiest amongst you will be treated to a bizarre new public event next week, hosted by culinary wunderkinder Bompas & Parr. On Friday, 14 March, before a live, paying audience, "food writer, pop-up chef and Sunday Times columnist Gizzi Erskine" will "swallow a medical grade pill-cam which will broadcast its footage live to video screens".
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Now that we've seen some of the gorgeous looking stuff planned for Windows Phone 8, all we need now are details on the devices themselves. We won't have to wait long, it seems, as Nokia and Microsoft are sending out out invites for an event in the first week of September.