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Microsoft Spartan shown off with Cortana changing the way we browse the web (video)

Microsoft Spartan shown off with Cortana changing the way we browse the web (video)

By 7 hours ago

Microsoft announced its new browser at Mobile World Congress, which it calls Spartan. It's not going to replace Internet Explorer 11 just yet but shows a glimpse of how the future of web browsing can look. And it looks like the future will be a breeze.... >>

These invisibility glasses will stop machines recognising and tagging you

These invisibility glasses will stop machines recognising and tagging you

By 3 March 2015

Privacy is a big thing in 2015 so what better way to start than by showing off a pair of invisibility glasses at Mobile World Congress? Yes you read that right, invisibility glasses. No, not like Harry Potter's cloak. These are more for the intrepid machine... >>

WeaselPecker: Why the internet is a mad, mad place (gallery)

WeaselPecker: Why the internet is a mad, mad place (gallery)

By 3 March 2015

When a weasel rides a woodpecker this internet goes mad, apparently. Could this be another hit like The Dress viral? A photo was captured on Monday of what turned out to be a tiny weasel attacking a woodpecker. But the photo was timed so well it looked... >>

What is the Bootleg Universe? Power/Rangers, Bond, Punisher short films and more

What is the Bootleg Universe? Power/Rangers, Bond, Punisher short films and more

By 3 March 2015

If you've not yet heard of the Bootleg Universe but enjoy short films, prepare for some treats. These are films shorts based on big name franchise films, comics and TV shows that have been made into gritty versions of themselves. The two big names in... >>

Is Google+ dead? Google confirms it'll turn Photos and Streams into new products

Is Google+ dead? Google confirms it'll turn Photos and Streams into new products

By 3 March 2015

After a year of speculation, Google has confirmed that will split apart Google+ by pulling core features from the social network and turning them into new products. Bradley Horowitz, Google's VP of product, revealed the news via Google+: "Just wanted... >>

Goodbye chip and PIN, even market stalls will soon take contactless payments thanks to PayPal

Goodbye chip and PIN, even market stalls will soon take contactless payments thanks to PayPal

By 2 March 2015

PayPal is soon to introduce a new version of its card reader for small businesses and market traders that will also accept contactless payments through built-in NFC technology. The company had previous ranged a PayPal Here chip and PIN reader that could... >>

HTC One M9 event: Watch the live stream here

HTC One M9 event: Watch the live stream here

By 1 March 2015

With Mobile World Congress officially kicking off, it's time to figure out who is announcing what. For the last few years, HTC has avoided launching flagship devices at the Barcelona-based conference. It instead chose to hold separate events, but the... >>

New Google campus to challenge Apple's spaceship office for coolest place to work

New Google campus to challenge Apple's spaceship office for coolest place to work

By 27 February 2015

Google has revealed an epic plan that involves redesigning much of its Mountain View campus to look like glass canopies. The New York Times first reported that Google was getting ready to submit a proposal for a new campus in the city where it has offices,... >>

The Dress meme: 25 million readers and counting, but what colour do you see?

The Dress meme: 25 million readers and counting, but what colour do you see?

By 27 February 2015

If you've not heard of The Dress meme yet you'll likely start seeing it in one of your social feeds soon. The Dress is proving to be one of the most popular memes yet after the item was posted on a Tumblr feed. It's already hitting over 25 million visitors... >>

Google might spin out Photos and Hangouts from Google+

Google might spin out Photos and Hangouts from Google+

By 27 February 2015

When you think of Google+, you likely think of three things: ghost town, photos, and Hangouts. Google has apparently realised that and is reportedly planning to shake things up a bit. The team behind Google+ has been reluctant to discuss the social network's... >>