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Website of the day: 50 Things To Do ...

Website of the day: 50 Things To Do ...

By 22 July 2014

We continue our summer holiday special with a suggestion for what to do if you didn’t follow our advice yesterday. That's not a grumble either. It wouldn’t be all that surprising if you didn’t. Overseas holidays don’t come cheap, and that’s... >>

New Facebook Save feature lets you save stuff for reading later: Here's how it works

New Facebook Save feature lets you save stuff for reading later: Here's how it works

By 21 July 2014

Facebook has a new feature that's combines RSS-style features with reminders. Facebook was thought to be developing an alternative to Google Reader earlier this year, and many assumed a new app called Paper was the result of those rumours. Well it looks... >>

Legoland Windsor gets free Wi-Fi, now you can watch The Lego Movie surrounded by Lego

Legoland Windsor gets free Wi-Fi, now you can watch The Lego Movie surrounded by Lego

By 21 July 2014

Legoland has partnered with The Cloud to offer free Wi-Fi throughout the Windsor theme park. Visitors can use the free wireless internet connection as much as they like while on the site, and can also access Legoland's Q-bot service, which allows them... >>

Website of the day: Ice Lolly

Website of the day: Ice Lolly

By 21 July 2014

This is the week when it all begins for parents. Most schools will be breaking up, if they haven’t already, so every day this week, we’re going to dedicate this slot to site that will help families get through the summer. First things first. You need... >>

Amazon Kindle Unlimited book subscription service launches, US only for now

Amazon Kindle Unlimited book subscription service launches, US only for now

By 18 July 2014

Amazon has announced that its first subscription book service, like Spotify for books, has launched in the US. The Kindle Unlimited service costs $10 per month and delivers ebooks and audiobooks to subscribers. In total there are over 600,000 titles to... >>

Website of the day: Boobah

Website of the day: Boobah

By 18 July 2014

It’s set to be a scorcher in the UK today. Hottest day of the year so far. "Bring it on," is what most people will be saying, and it’s safe to safe that office attendance might take a bit of a hit. How many people will be finding reasons to work at... >>

Apple is building another solar farm to leave Amazon trailing

Apple is building another solar farm to leave Amazon trailing

By 17 July 2014

Apple has begun development of another solar farm located in North Carolina, maintaining a large promise to power data centers with 100 per cent renewable energy. Greenpeace, an independent global campaign and organisation that acts aims to protect the... >>

Futurama intro rendered in gorgeous 3D video, we want a movie

Futurama intro rendered in gorgeous 3D video, we want a movie

By 17 July 2014

Fans of Futurama and even non-fans, this video intro from the cartoon series is stunning. Rendered in 3D with mind-melting detail this has left us gagging for a high-resolution movie of the comedy cartoon show. Russian animator Alexey Zakharov has uploaded... >>

Fly like Peter Pan over London Town with the Google Maps 3D update

Fly like Peter Pan over London Town with the Google Maps 3D update

By 17 July 2014

Google has painstakingly rendered much of London in 3D for its Maps service, giving you the option to explore the capital in ways you may never have before. Using the 43-degree angled satellite imagery, Google has crafted a 3D model of London for both... >>

Website of the day: Sulia

Website of the day: Sulia

By 17 July 2014

We’ve talked about the need for filtering in social media before, but sulia.com goes a step further. And we like it. With Twitter, once you’ve started following a few hundred people (easily done, isn’t it?) you’re likely to start needing to use... >>