Stuff Office Cat's Diary 10/01/13

Help eradicate the Monopoly dog and replace it with a cat. Things get personal in today's feline diary

Bang & Olufsen's speakers invade your walls

B&O's products have always been designed to stand out but its latest speaker system takes the subtle approach. Two circular BeoLab 15 speakers and a BeoLab 16 sub are embedded in the wall, while an Amplifier 1 handles the business end of things. Classy, minimalist and techie – Office Cat's tech threesome.

Samsung reveals the Galaxy S2 Plus

Samsung appears to have borrowed the plus moniker system from HTC and its One X+ and attached it to none other than the Galaxy S2. The result? The non-UK Galaxy S2 Plus which sports near-identical specs to its predecessor, bar its support for 64GB microSD cards and the latest version of Android Jelly Bean 4.1.2 out of the box. Does it need to exist? Office Cat isn't convinced.

Huawei releases world's smallest data card

Huawei has lifted the curtain off the E3331, the world's smallest data card which measures in at 7mm thin and 67.5mm long. Huawei's Hi-Link tech promises nippy connections to networks in just 15 seconds and is an ideal companion to catwalk-thin notebooks for surfing on the go.

Iconic Monopoloy piece to get the axe

One of the iconic Monopoly pieces is set to get the axe and will be replaced by a more modern offering, with the all important decisions resting on Facebook users' votes. New challengers consist of a ring, a robot, a helicopter, a guitar and a cat. Office Cat firmly urges you to vote out the mongrel dog and vote in the classy, sophisticated cat.

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