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A list of the featured items in Retrev's Gadget of the Week. Each week we feature a gadget that has just been released in the market, announced or that we find interesting.
The 5 of the Most Amazing Locations on the Earth
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Episode 1: Black and white head shots made simple
Episode 2: Levitation Photos
_O3Y4820.jpg by Richard Calmes
No, static electricity is not involved in this shot! Abigrace started this pose leaning over forward with her hair almost touching the floor. Then she did many things all at once: She rose up quickly onto pointe, raising her back leg and her arms int...
_O3Y0557.jpg by Richard Calmes
Copyright Richard Calmes 2009
The view from the International Space Station: Astronaut...
Canadian Chris Hadfield snapped the astonishing images from the International Space Station to give fans an insight into the incredible views enjoyed from 250 miles above the planet's surface.