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Dish Sling TV explained: Does it really offer ESPN, AMC, HBO, and more?

Dish Sling TV explained: Does it really offer ESPN, AMC, HBO, and more?

By 12 hours ago

There were many things announced at CES 2015 in January, but one of the most buzz-worthy things unveiled wasn't a virtual-reality headset or an expensive television or a even wearable gadget that could read every function in your body. It was an over-the-top... >>

April Fools' Day 2015: The best stories from around the web

April Fools' Day 2015: The best stories from around the web

By 16 hours ago

Check the calendar before you read any overly exciting news stories today, it's April Fools' Day and as such everyone pushing pranks - especially on the internet. In the past we've been treated to some real corkers, such as the Playmobil Apple Store,... >>

Microsoft Bing Palm Search hands-on: Typing's a thing of the past

Microsoft Bing Palm Search hands-on: Typing's a thing of the past

By 1 April 2015

We've seen fingerprint sensors on phones and tablets, and haptic force-feedback technology on prototype devices on our travels, but Microsoft has come up with something quite different. And it could change the way you search online forever. Utilising... >>

Take a peek inside Facebook's new HQ: Called MPK20 and designed by Frank Gehry

Take a peek inside Facebook's new HQ: Called MPK20 and designed by Frank Gehry

By 31 March 2015

Facebook employees for the first time are sitting at their new desks in an entirely new space. MPK20 has just opened up for business. It's Facebook's new Menlo Park office, a 430,000-square-foot building designed by architect Frank Gehry, whose notable... >>

Facebook's new Scrapbook feature: Here's how to easily sort and show off photos of your kids

Facebook's new Scrapbook feature: Here's how to easily sort and show off photos of your kids

By 31 March 2015

Facebook just became a scrapbook. There are two types of people on Facebook: parents and non-parents. Facebook has developed a "Scrapbook" experience that's just for parents, so those of you without miniature versions of yourself, keep browsing Pocket-lint,... >>

Press to buy: Amazon Dash Buttons can fit anywhere and order specific products

Press to buy: Amazon Dash Buttons can fit anywhere and order specific products

By 31 March 2015

Amazon just made a button that you can attach anywhere and press just once to order something specific. It's called Dash Button, and it features a reusable adhesive as well as a hook, so you can place it on a wall, table, appliance, or wherever you prefer.... >>

15 years of Broadband: Here are 8 things it means you no longer have to do

15 years of Broadband: Here are 8 things it means you no longer have to do

By 31 March 2015

Happy birthday broadband, it's been 15 years since high speed internet has been making life easier. But do you remember the world before broadband internet speeds? To put it in perspective, Virgin Media's 152Mb broadband service is 2,714 times faster... >>

Project Spartan: Here's how to try Microsoft's new browser in Windows 10

Project Spartan: Here's how to try Microsoft's new browser in Windows 10

By 31 March 2015

Microsoft has officially side-stepped Internet Explorer in favour of Project Spartan and is giving the world its first chance to play with the browser. The company has announced you can now preview its latest operating system and web browser, as it has... >>

Amazon Home Services officially launches in US for jobs around the home

Amazon Home Services officially launches in US for jobs around the home

By 30 March 2015

Amazon has launched a service marketplace that's a lot like TaskRabbit. Called Amazon Home Services, the marketplace is officially described as a place to go for on-demand professional services: "In less than 60 seconds, customers can now browse, purchase... >>

April Fools' Day: The best tech hoaxes we've ever seen

April Fools' Day: The best tech hoaxes we've ever seen

By 30 March 2015

It's become an annual tradition at this point: on the first day of April, tech companies from across the world take it upon themselves to share their latest projects, products, goals, and so forth, but really, they're all just nonsensical hoaxes. April... >>