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Facebook Messenger now has a desktop site, separate from Facebook

Facebook Messenger now has a desktop site, separate from Facebook

By 8 April 2015

You can now access Facebook Messenger on the web - on a site that's different from Facebook.com. Facebook has launched a new version of Messenger that complements the service's standalone apps. Facebook hasn't ditched the old, familiar way of chatting... >>

What is Dropbox Composer and how is it out to kill Google Docs and Evernote?

What is Dropbox Composer and how is it out to kill Google Docs and Evernote?

By 8 April 2015

Dropbox appears to be working on its Google Docs and Evernote killer called Composer. The Dropbox Composer app appeared online where it was shared and used by several people before being pulled. Since then Dropbox's head of product, business and mobile... >>

How does Twitter's new 'Quote Tweet' feature work and why is it so good?

How does Twitter's new 'Quote Tweet' feature work and why is it so good?

By 7 April 2015

Twitter has changed to make retweeting more creative and personalised than it was before. The Twitter quote tweet has arrived. Until now if you wanted to get a comment into a retweet it would mean either copying and pasting text and quoting it, or commenting... >>

52 worst Kindle eBook covers ever: You have to see these shockers

52 worst Kindle eBook covers ever: You have to see these shockers

By 6 April 2015

There is no doubt that technology has improved people's lives no end. And while book lovers have got cause to complain about the advent of eBook readers and eBooks, in terms of diminishing the sales of hardbacks and paperbacks, there's little doubt that... >>

Why vote for the next Prime Minister when you can shoot them in the face with paint instead?

Why vote for the next Prime Minister when you can shoot them in the face with paint instead?

By 2 April 2015

UKPaintball has provided the ideal antidote to the incessant whitterings of each of the Prime Ministerial candidates in the build up to the UK general election this May. Its website is hosting an online game where you can battle each of them using paint-based... >>

O2 Wifi Extra gives you the strongest connection wherever you go, without having to sign in

O2 Wifi Extra gives you the strongest connection wherever you go, without having to sign in

By 2 April 2015

No sooner had EE announced an incentive for its customers than O2 follows with its own. O2 customers can now access free Wi-Fi throughout the UK without even having to sign in ever. O2 Wifi Extra is the evolution of the network's free Wi-Fi service,... >>

Dish Sling TV explained: Does it really offer ESPN, AMC, HBO, and more?

Dish Sling TV explained: Does it really offer ESPN, AMC, HBO, and more?

By 1 April 2015

There were many things announced at CES 2015 in January, but one of the most buzz-worthy things unveiled wasn't a virtual-reality headset or an expensive television or a even wearable gadget that could read every function in your body. It was an over-the-top... >>

April Fools' Day 2015: The best stories from around the web

April Fools' Day 2015: The best stories from around the web

By 1 April 2015

Check the calendar before you read any overly exciting news stories today, it's April Fools' Day and as such everyone pushing pranks - especially on the internet. In the past we've been treated to some real corkers, such as the Playmobil Apple Store,... >>

Microsoft Bing Palm Search hands-on: Typing's a thing of the past

Microsoft Bing Palm Search hands-on: Typing's a thing of the past

By 1 April 2015

We've seen fingerprint sensors on phones and tablets, and haptic force-feedback technology on prototype devices on our travels, but Microsoft has come up with something quite different. And it could change the way you search online forever. Utilising... >>

Take a peek inside Facebook's new HQ: Called MPK20 and designed by Frank Gehry

Take a peek inside Facebook's new HQ: Called MPK20 and designed by Frank Gehry

By 31 March 2015

Facebook employees for the first time are sitting at their new desks in an entirely new space. MPK20 has just opened up for business. It's Facebook's new Menlo Park office, a 430,000-square-foot building designed by architect Frank Gehry, whose notable... >>