iPhone Provider rumors, crazy putty, Japanese security systems and Dell smartphones are showing up in the remainders today. Plus, four things we actually like, but aren't gadgety enough to post.

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Some analyst says that T-Mobile, and not Verizon, is going to be getting the iPhone when AT&T's exclusivity ends. The emphasis is on the "some analyst" part of that last sentence, hence the reason why we didn't post it. [Apple Insider]

This Sugur polymer clay supposedly dries in 30 minutes and hardens into a heat resistant, semi-flexible solid. It sounds quite a lot like silly putty, which has been around for half a century. Has Sugur been to space? [Boingboing]

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This Japanese security system sprays a stink on thieves. The theory is, you can't wash the stink off for a week, so it's like being caught red-handed a week later. Too bad your crap's still gone and the thief can hide out for a week. [Crunchgear]

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The Dell Mini 3iX just showed up in Brazil. Until this thing shows up in the US—even though this is Dell—we're not interested. [Zumo via Engadget]

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Tennis "star" Andy Murray gets dumped by his girlfriend because he apparently played PlayStation 3 for 7 hours a day. So says the Sun, who has actually taken down the post that everyone is linking to for some reason. Seriously, seven hours a day? It doesn't matter if you're Andy Murray or Tiger Woods, but if you play PS3 for seven hours a day, you're knifing your relationship in the throat. [Telegraph]

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This is the kinda crazy nonsense car art that went on in the '70s and '80s. I mean, we love it, but it really is nonsense. [Jalopnik]

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Wait...this guy looks familiar.

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The many faces of a Space Invader