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The world's most ridiculous newspaper

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In case you hadn't noticed, newspapers are going through a tough time. With the phone hacking scandal still lingering and readership continuing to fall, desperate measures have been sought out.

Welcome to the most desperate measure of all.

The Little Printer is a new gadget that works with your smartphone to collate all of the content you're interested in which is then printed out on a small receipt-style newspaper. You tell your phone what you want to read about, whether it's the latest headlines (with no supporting story), your schedule for the day, a mini puzzle or, most depressingly, the exact whereabouts of your friends, thanks to privacy-destroyer Foursquare.

The printer will be available next year, coincidentally the same year that the world is supposed to be ending. Just saying.

You can find out more in the video below or clicking here.

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