Five best snow gadgets

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Continuing the chilly theme around Tech Digest Towers today, you’re probably wondering “how on earth can I make the perfect snowball?”, or “how can I make a brilliant home-made snowball cannon?”. Well, fear not, We’ve got you covered.

For our top five snow-related gadgets, just click through to the main post.

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Top 5 awesomely informative sites to track the February blizzards online

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Four inches? Five? Twelve? I’m talking about the snow, you filthy individual. You might have noticed the white stuff accumulating outside at an alarming rate today – at the time of writing it’s still coming down in North London – and you’re probably starting to worry if it’s ever going to stop.

I can assure you, it will. As for when – well, it’ll probably be sunnier tomorrow, but then go back to sleety snow for the majority of the week. But you want more detail, right? Right. Well, here’s my top five places where you can track this week’s snowfall online in-depth. Click over the jump to begin.

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New technology by Coca Cola allows ice-cubes to form in bottles of Sprite

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vintage-coca-cola.jpg Like consumers need another reason to drink Coca Cola products! Nonetheless, the world’s largest soft drink manufacturer has created a new form of keeping their bottles of fizz ice-cold by packing new technology into each bottle, so when the cap is twisted off, a mechanism inside will create ice made from the drink itself…

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