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Website of the day: iOS8 Poetry

Website of the day: iOS8 Poetry

By 14 hours ago

The release of iOS8 has thrown up lots of things. Perhaps you needed to delete a load of apps and all your pictures to make room for it. Maybe you got caught out and signed up for iCloud Drive before you can actually use it on any of your other devices,... >>

Website of the day: Shockwave Killer Whale

Website of the day: Shockwave Killer Whale

By 19 September 2014

Is it just us, or has it been a really long week? So much going on. New gadgets, trade shows, high street closures, historic referendums. You’ve probably had a load of meetings or lectures and a to-do list as long as your arm too. And let’s not forget... >>

Website of the day: Have You Seen?

Website of the day: Have You Seen?

By 18 September 2014

We all do it. We sign up to these apps, sites and schemes to save money, without giving it a second thought. Things like Groupon, Vouchercloud and countless others we could name (many of which we’ve featured right here over the years) make it easy... >>

Website of the day: BBC iWonder

Website of the day: BBC iWonder

By 17 September 2014

Imagine a place where you could go with those nagging questions. The ones that keep you awake just a little later than you’d like. The ones that get you and your friends into heated discussions around the water cooler or pub table. Well, you might think... >>

Website of the day: Hubbub

Website of the day: Hubbub

By 16 September 2014

Where you buy your food is one of the most personal decisions you can make. Supermarkets are fast, convenient, and usually the more affordable option. And they deliver. Independent, local shops will generally have better produce and better customer service,... >>

Website of the day: Men/Women In This Town

Website of the day: Men/Women In This Town

By 15 September 2014

How do you choose the clothes that you buy? Do you slavishly scour the pages of the glossy lifestyle magazines making notes on all the current trends and must-have labels? Or do you pound the streets looking in every fashion store to see what they’re... >>

Website of the day: Is Leaked?

Website of the day: Is Leaked?

By 12 September 2014

This week, the unthinkable has happened for millions of people. No, not another series of Britain’s Got Talent. Worse than that. Five million Gmail addresses were published, along with their account passwords. Some shady Russian hackers’ blog decided... >>

Website of the day: Bubblews

Website of the day: Bubblews

By 11 September 2014

Yesterday, it was a new messaging service we thought you might like. Today, why not go the whole hog and try a new social network? Not too many people make any money from bobbing around in Twitter or Facebook, but at bubblews.com, you have an opportunity... >>

Website of the day: eBuddy

Website of the day: eBuddy

By 10 September 2014

Yeah, just what you need - another messaging service right? Well, perhaps, yes. There’s been a bit of a backlash against some messaging services recently, with concerns (as ever) about privacy and the selling on of data. And perhaps some players are... >>

Website of the day: Internet Archive Book Images

Website of the day: Internet Archive Book Images

By 9 September 2014

Every now and again, we come across an online achievement so remarkable, that we just have to, er, remark on it. And this is such a case. Kalev Leetaru is an American academic from Georgetown University in Washington DC, and at the flickr.com stream... >>