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Facebook's new TimeHop-like feature is all about nostalgia, and here's how it works

Facebook's new TimeHop-like feature is all about nostalgia, and here's how it works

By 24 March 2015

Have you ever seen TimeHop on Facebook? It's that third-party service many of your friends - or at least the one you haven't talked to in years - use across several social networks. It can auto-post random photos or status' to show what your friends were... >>

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 24 March 2015

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... >>

Magic Leap shows off what you can do with its augmented reality tech while at work

Magic Leap shows off what you can do with its augmented reality tech while at work

By 20 March 2015

Magic Leap wants you to see what it's like to play with its virtual reality-like technology. Google-backed Magic Leap is a multimillion-dollar startup developing augmented reality platform that could one day rule our lives, but in the meantime, it's releasing... >>

Orange Wednesdays are back... sort of: Meerkat Movies revives the 2 for 1 offer

Orange Wednesdays are back... sort of: Meerkat Movies revives the 2 for 1 offer

By 20 March 2015

Those who lament EE's closure of Orange Wednesdays could be looking to change their insurance or energy providers in the near future, as comparethemarket.com has introduced a similar offer. It's even improved on it a touch. Like Orange Wednesdays, Meerkat... >>

Apple trade-in programme might open to Android devices, hoping to attract customers

Apple trade-in programme might open to Android devices, hoping to attract customers

By 16 March 2015

Apple is about to unveil an expansion of the iPhone recycling and trade-in programme so that it includes non-Apple smartphones, it's claimed. According to 9to5Mac, Apple wants to boost iPhone sales in its stores, and one way the company plans to do that... >>

Samsung live streamed a woman giving birth in virtual reality, and here's the video

Samsung live streamed a woman giving birth in virtual reality, and here's the video

By 16 March 2015

Samsung is, um, trying new things, in an attempt to get people interested in virtual reality. It has documented Jason and Alison Larke and the birth of their third child. The whole idea apparently came about after Jason discovered his job as a contract... >>

Lockheed Martin pitches to NASA a new spaceship for resupplying ISS, deep-space missions

Lockheed Martin pitches to NASA a new spaceship for resupplying ISS, deep-space missions

By 13 March 2015

Lockheed Martin has a new spacecraft that can ferry supplies to the International Space Station and double as a habitat for astronauts in deep space, so it's hoping to a win a NASA contract that'll allow it to put the spacecraft to work. Considered the... >>

SXSW Interactive Festival: What is it, and what's going on this year?

SXSW Interactive Festival: What is it, and what's going on this year?

By 12 March 2015

It's that time of year again: SXSW has kicked off in Texas, with the Interactive Festival spearheading everything. It's important to remember that SXSW isn't like bigger tech conferences, such as Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas and the Mobile World... >>

Make it Digital: BBC Micro updated for 2015, say hello to the Micro Bit

Make it Digital: BBC Micro updated for 2015, say hello to the Micro Bit

By 12 March 2015

The BBC has announced its Make it Digital initiative, with the aim of encouraging a new generation of people to engage with digital creativity, skills and coding. Just as the BBC Micro was launched in the 1980s to help people get familiar with a new age... >>

Google now sells all hardware products through new store called Google Store

Google now sells all hardware products through new store called Google Store

By 11 March 2015

Google doesn't want you to buys its hardware devices on the Google Play Store anymore. Well, kind of. It still wants you to buy them, but you'll have to buy them on a new, dedicated store instead of the Google Play Store. It's called Google Store, and... >>