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In today's Daily Roundup we have a bargain price for a multi-million dollar maritime vessel, some serious upgrades for Raspberry Pi's latest board and it wouldn't be a post-Super Bowl Monday without at least one mention of our favorite ads. Read on for these stories and more!

You can buy Lockheed Martin's experimental cruiser for just $180,000

Forget paying your mortgage, this experimental naval vessel -- dubbed the Sea Slice -- is available for just $180,000! That price seems extra low when you consider that it cost tax payers around $15 million for Lockheed Martin to build it back in the '90s...

Raspberry Pi 2 announced with substantial hardware upgrades

Raspberry Pi has launched a brand new, $35 board that might just make you want to ditch your old one. The Raspberry Pi 2 Model B now has a 900MHz quad-core chip and 1GB of RAM, and officially supports Windows 10.

The end is reportedly near for RadioShack

RadioShack has been in tech sales since 1921, but Bloomberg reports the company is in talks to sell about half of its stores to Sprint and close the rest. Even if this deal doesn't shake out, things are looking dire for the nearly bankrupt company.

The 10 most-tweeted commercials from Super Bowl XLIX

Now that the dust from Super Bowl XLIX has settled and the Patriots have been crowned champions, we can look back at the true highlights of the Big Game -- the commercials. Watch the ads that took Twitter by storm.

Would you put a gas-powered iPhone charger in your pocket?

Well, would you? Enough people have apparently answered "yes" to that question to earn the makers of Kraftwerk well over $500,000 in funding on Kickstarter. Take a look at how this pocket-sized, gas-powered generator works.

Sony has sold the MMO division responsible for 'EverQuest' and 'Planetside 2'

Big things are happening for Sony Online Entertainment (SOE). Sony sold the online gaming division to a lesser-known investment firm, Columbus Nova, that has renamed it "Daybreak Game Company." Learn what this means for SOE games and Xbox One.

The FCC will reportedly try to ban internet 'slow lanes'

The Federal Communications Commission is expected to release new rules on Thursday that would classify internet service as a basic public utility in the United States. Read up on why this is good news for net neutrality advocates.

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