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Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashes in desert during test, at least one dead

Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo crashes in desert during test, at least one dead

By 3 hours ago

Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo has crashed in a California desert, killing at least one person and seriously injuring another, according to the California Highway Patrol. Virgin Galactic has confirmed the craft was doing a manned test when it suffered... >>

Netflix ad campaign uses GIF billboards that respond to weather and more

Netflix ad campaign uses GIF billboards that respond to weather and more

By 5 hours ago

Interesting advert campaigns are, well, interesting. And Netflix's latest promotion certainly fits that bill(board). To advertise Netflix's launch in France, renowned advert agency Ogilvy Paris installed digital billboards around the country. The billboards... >>

1,000 public places in UK cities to get free Wi-Fi

1,000 public places in UK cities to get free Wi-Fi

By 9 hours ago

The government has announced that 1,000 public buildings across London and other major UK cities will become Wi-Fi hotspots, offering free internet connection to all in the vicinity. Libraries, museums, civic centres, transport hubs, sporting complexes... >>

Torrent fans can now stream directly in a browser without downloading

Torrent fans can now stream directly in a browser without downloading

By 30 October 2014

If getting free movies by illegally downloading them as a torrent was still too much effort, it's got easier. A website, called Joker, has sprung up offering a free streaming service for torrents. Users simply need to find the torrent link then copy and... >>

Google X is making nanoparticles that go inside your body and find cancer

Google X is making nanoparticles that go inside your body and find cancer

By 28 October 2014

Google X has another moonshot up its sleeve. This time it is magnetic particles that will roam the human body, looking for diseases. The particles are called nanoparticles and are one-thousandth the width of a red blood cell. They'd act like little patrol... >>

Which cloud storage service is right for you? iCloud vs Google Drive vs OneDrive vs Dropbox

Which cloud storage service is right for you? iCloud vs Google Drive vs OneDrive vs Dropbox

By 27 October 2014

Although there are tonnes of cloud-storage services out there, hardly anyone will argue that Apple iCloud, Google Drive, Dropbox, and Microsoft OneDrive are among the top players. Each service offers a distinct set of features, along with a variety of... >>

The Queen enters the Twitter age, sends her first tweet from London's Science Museum

The Queen enters the Twitter age, sends her first tweet from London's Science Museum

By 24 October 2014

The Queen sent her first tweet this morning as she opened a new exhibition at the Science Museum in London. Using a sited iPad, Her Majesty wrote a post for the British Monarchy Twitter account (@BritishMonarchy), before signing off at the end: "It is... >>

Etsy debuts free Square-like credit card reader for real-world sellers

Etsy debuts free Square-like credit card reader for real-world sellers

By 23 October 2014

Etsy has launched a free credit card reader, in an attempt to hook sellers who want to complete transactions in the real world. The reader, which is similar to Square's credit card reader, works with Android and iOS devices. Sellers must use the Etsy... >>

Which is the best movie streaming box for under £100? Fire TV vs Apple TV vs Chromecast and more

Which is the best movie streaming box for under £100? Fire TV vs Apple TV vs Chromecast and more

By 23 October 2014

The rise in the number of media streaming services has been scarily rapid in the last couple of years. There are now so many ways to have movies and TV shows delivered to your home, at a variety of subscriptions and fees, that you could never be found... >>

BBC uses free Doctor Who and the Daleks game to help introduce kids to coding

BBC uses free Doctor Who and the Daleks game to help introduce kids to coding

By 20 October 2014

The BBC has announced a free browser-based game based on Doctor Who that features a standalone story for the twelfth Doctor, voiced by Peter Capaldi and featuring his most infamous enemies, the Daleks. And, while designed to be fun, the game has been... >>