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Prime Day, 15 July, celebrates 20 years of Amazon with MASSIVE sales

Prime Day, 15 July, celebrates 20 years of Amazon with MASSIVE sales

By 21 hours ago

Amazon is throwing a twentieth birthday party and you're all invited along for the mega sales. Well, if you're a Prime member, anyway. Amazon has announced that it will be running lots of deals on Prime Day, Wednesday 15 July, so you can snap up a bargain... >>

TVPlayer takes on Sky and Virgin Media with pay-TV premium option

TVPlayer takes on Sky and Virgin Media with pay-TV premium option

By 2 July 2015

TVPlayer, the ad-supported live TV streaming platform in the UK is extending its channel offering with a new Plus premium subscription option. For £4.99 a month subscribers will be able to watch more than 25 additional channels, including Lifetime, History,... >>

Nobody wants to be first to remove their Facebook rainbow profile photo: Why is it such an issue?

Nobody wants to be first to remove their Facebook rainbow profile photo: Why is it such an issue?

By 1 July 2015

This year in support of Pride, Facebook offered a filter to add rainbow colours to anyone's profile picture. But with Pride almost a week ago, people are starting to question if it's ok to change profile picture again. Nobody wants to go first, nobody... >>

Sony starts its own crowdfunding platform for new gadget ideas

Sony starts its own crowdfunding platform for new gadget ideas

By 1 July 2015

Sony has announced that it will be launching its own version of Kickstarter dubbed First Flight. This will be exclusively for Sony products. The idea behind First Flight is to help push new products from Sony while also allowing the public to pre-order... >>

Tech then and now: Hilarious pictures of how gadgets have changed us for the worse

Tech then and now: Hilarious pictures of how gadgets have changed us for the worse

By 30 June 2015

The internet came along and changed our lives. Smartphones and super slim televisions are now standard the world over. But it wasn't always that way, oh no, it was better once. Better how? We hear you ask. In plenty of ways. We lived happy lives before... >>

Amazon Prime Now comes to UK: Get your deliveries within one-hour

Amazon Prime Now comes to UK: Get your deliveries within one-hour

By 30 June 2015

Amazon has launched Prime Now in the UK, a service that offers deliveries within an hour to prime members on over ten thousand items in stock. Available in London only at the moment, Prime Now deliveries can be ordered through a dedicated mobile application... >>

You will be able to get Apple Music from 4pm today, confirmed

You will be able to get Apple Music from 4pm today, confirmed

By 30 June 2015

For those wondering when they will be able to get Apple Music we have had word from UK high street retailer John Lewis that the service will be available from 4pm today in the UK. That's 11am EST and 8am PST. Apple had previously only said that the service... >>

Apple Music will be available on Sonos, just not at launch

Apple Music will be available on Sonos, just not at launch

By 29 June 2015

One of the major questions we had about Apple Music on its launch at WWDC last month is will it be available through Sonos speakers like major rivals Spotify, Deezer and Tidal? The answer is yes, it seems. Apple has confirmed that it is working closely... >>

Want to celebrate pride? Facebook launches rainbow photo filter

Want to celebrate pride? Facebook launches rainbow photo filter

By 26 June 2015

Facebook has responded to current US events by letting users celebrate pride. In a landmark decision for the gay rights movement in the US, the Supreme Court ruled by a 5-to-4 vote on Friday that same-sex couples can marry nationwide, officially declaring... >>

These powerful videos depict what curious kids can do online when you’re not watching

These powerful videos depict what curious kids can do online when you’re not watching

By 26 June 2015

The internet can be a scary place for kids. And nothing drives that message home better than a video series showing youngsters being bullied, abused, and shamed while doing basic web-related things, such as gaming or messaging with friends. Internet Matters... >>