Hot Selling Colorful Customized injection plastic tray

This town in South Sudan has no name. It was never supposed to exist. Now 21,000 people live there

It is a throbbing, jostling town with no name. Wander down the dirt street, and you’ll see a hubbub of boys playing ball, women selling small bags of sugar or charcoal, children selling plastic bottles of milk and cooks dropping dough balls

Intel Betting on (Customized) Commodity Chips for Cloud Computing

Next year, half of the chips Intel sells to cloud businesses will be custom. The company is used to selling tens of millions of the same thing, but outfits like Google and Facebook need special features, and pay for them.

Including underwear with Justin Bieber's face, FEMAIL reveals what we're coveting this week

From undies printed with Justin Bieber's face to Marimekko's colorful collection for Target and customized Furla bags, FEMAIL rounds up the items that got our attention this week. Enjoy!

Plastic bag-selling brothers made £84million selling shopping carriers to big high street names

The moneybags duo manufacture bags for some of the UK High Street's biggest names including Sainsbury’s and Greggs

Canberra bakery video shows worker fighting off gang with an oven tray over a BREAD ROLL

A baker was forced to fight of a gang of teenagers with a burning oven tray after the men who claimed to live in a skate park entered the Rosewood store in NSW for a bread roll.

Airport security guard 'stole passenger's £4.6k watch then destroyed it to avoid being caught'

Margo Louree-Grant is accused of swiping the diamond watch from a plastic tray after passenger Bindoo Ahluwalia removed it for screening

Outcry after supermarket sells pre-peeled avocados wrapped in plastic

A Canadian supermarket has come under fire for selling avocados cut in half and wrapped in cardboard and plastic.

Cheeky eBay user selling plastic £5 note 'printed upside-down' for £65,000

Advertising the banknote and an eye-watering price, the user describes it as an "extremely rare opportunity for the most serious collectors"

Cash injection helps Destination Canada target hot markets

With additional funding in the new Liberal budget, the Canadian tourism organization finds itself with more than $90-million a year for the next couple of years

This town in South Sudan has no name. It was never supposed to exist. Now 21,000 people live there

It is a throbbing, jostling town with no name. Wander down the dirt street, and you’ll see a hubbub of boys playing ball, women selling small bags of sugar or charcoal, children selling plastic bottles of milk and cooks dropping dough balls

Intel Betting on (Customized) Commodity Chips for Cloud Computing

Next year, half of the chips Intel sells to cloud businesses will be custom. The company is used to selling tens of millions of the same thing, but outfits like Google and Facebook need special features, and pay for them.

Including underwear with Justin Bieber's face, FEMAIL reveals what we're coveting this week

From undies printed with Justin Bieber's face to Marimekko's colorful collection for Target and customized Furla bags, FEMAIL rounds up the items that got our attention this week. Enjoy!

Plastic bag-selling brothers made £84million selling shopping carriers to big high street names

The moneybags duo manufacture bags for some of the UK High Street's biggest names including Sainsbury’s and Greggs

Canberra bakery video shows worker fighting off gang with an oven tray over a BREAD ROLL

A baker was forced to fight of a gang of teenagers with a burning oven tray after the men who claimed to live in a skate park entered the Rosewood store in NSW for a bread roll.

Airport security guard 'stole passenger's £4.6k watch then destroyed it to avoid being caught'

Margo Louree-Grant is accused of swiping the diamond watch from a plastic tray after passenger Bindoo Ahluwalia removed it for screening

Outcry after supermarket sells pre-peeled avocados wrapped in plastic

A Canadian supermarket has come under fire for selling avocados cut in half and wrapped in cardboard and plastic.

Cheeky eBay user selling plastic £5 note 'printed upside-down' for £65,000

Advertising the banknote and an eye-watering price, the user describes it as an "extremely rare opportunity for the most serious collectors"

Cash injection helps Destination Canada target hot markets

With additional funding in the new Liberal budget, the Canadian tourism organization finds itself with more than $90-million a year for the next couple of years


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