Some guy has packed 99 phones into a small cart and trundled around the streets of Berlin to cause virtual traffic jams.

The phones successfully fooled Google Maps into thinking that there was a high concentration of slow-moving vehicles on the roads. Check it out:

Google thought it was clever, apparently.

Global markets were on the rise again yesterday. In Europe, a big $US8.7bn ($13bn) merger between French payments system provider Ingenico and Worldline as well as better-than-expected manufacturing data was the spark.

Tech stocks led the gains in US markets. Tesla was up 19.9 per cent to a record high $US780 per share, which means the electric vehicle maker has now more than tripled in just three months.

Our local markets tailed this positive vibe. This morning the ASX 200 is up 0.13 per cent to 6,933 points, while the ASX Small Ords increased 0.42 per cent to 2,963 points.

Here are all your key small cap winners and losers in morning trade for Tuesday, February 4:



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ANW Aus Tin Mining 0.0015 +50.00% $4.0M
PNN PepinNini Lithium 0.003 +50.00% $4.3M
TSL Titanium Sands 0.049 +58.06% $38.2M
BRK Brookside Energy 0.008 +33.33% $8.0M
YPB YPB Group 0.004 +33.33% $6.8M
ADV Ardiden 0.004 +33.33% $7.2M
PCL Pancontinental Oil & Gas 0.004 +33.33% $8.1M
OEC Orbital Corp 0.62 +25.51% $47.7M
PUR Pursuit Minerals 0.005 +25.00% $1.7M
TTT Titomic 0.74 +23.33% $93.1M
FCT Firstwave Cloud Technology 0.15 +20.00% $47.4M
ARE Argonaut Resources 0.006 +20.00% $9.5M
EPM Eclipse Uranium 0.006 +20.00% $7.4M
SCL Schrole Group 0.02 +20.00% $16.0M
TPW Temple & Webster Group 3.35 +18.37% $385.6M
WWI West Wits Mining 0.014 +16.67% $13.1M
ORN Orion Minerals 0.02 +16.67% $60.9M
BAT Battery Minerals 0.007 +16.67% $9.2M
SVM Sovereign Metals 0.14 +16.67% $50.3M
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Online furniture seller Temple & Webster (ASX:TPW) climbed over 21 per cent this morning after more than doubling its earnings for the first half of fiscal 2020.

The stock is now up 150 per cent over the past 12 months.

Resonance Health (ASX:RHT) was up 24 per cent this morning after it licensed its flagship liver iron concentration MRI service to another distributor in the US, its biggest market.

Morgans analyst Scott Power says the financial details are confidential, but Resonance is generating solid revenues and is a company Morgans “likes”.

And advanced explorer Orion Minerals (ASX:ORN) nudged higher after possibly snaring some cheap processing gear for its Prieska copper-zinc project in South Africa.

READ: Tim Treadgold — Orion poised to reveal all, or relive another Groundhog Day



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UUV UUV Aquabotix 0.0015 -25.00% $892K
LNY Laneway Resources 0.055 -21.43% $20.5M
SE1 Sensera 0.02 -21.05% $4.8M
KGM KalNorth Gold Mines 0.004 -20.00% $3.6M
ANL Amani Gold 0.002 -20.00% $12.3M
TKM Trek Metals 0.02 -19.05% $931K
DRE Dreadnought Resources 0.005 -16.67% $8.8M
FTT Factor Therapeutics 0.0025 -16.67% $2.6M
CLZ Classic Minerals 0.0025 -16.67% $17.5M
ABT Abundant Produce 0.05 -16.67% $4.2M
PNX PNX Metals 0.006 -14.29% $14.6M
SKY Sky Metals 0.1 -13.64% $24.7M
HRZ Horizon Minerals 0.1 -13.04% $42.8M
IPT Impact Minerals 0.007 -12.50% $9.3M
GRB Gage Roads Brewing Co 0.07 -11.54% $78.0M
ARM Aurora Minerals 0.008 -11.11% $1.9M
ADO Anteotech 0.03 -10.34% $38.9M
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Gage Roads Brewing (ASX:GRB) reported a slightly softer result for the December quarter. While overall revenue was up 10 per cent to $19.3m, a couple of its sales channels were down including national chains.

And Horizon Minerals (ASX:HRZ) dipped 13 per cent after announcing a resource upgrade at its flagship project near Kalgoorlie. Maybe it wasn’t large enough.

READ: Horizon, Ora Banda and Matador reckon it’s time for an upgrade