Science & Technology
Crowdfunding website Kickstarter will be opening its virtual doors to UK entrepreneurs on October 31st. Startups, musicians and inventors alike will be able to pitch their projects to the world in the hope of gaining enough support to bring their ideas to life.
I’ve been involved with the subject of UFOs since 1991, but unlike most people with this interest, this didn’t result from my having a sighting and it wasn’t a hobby – it was my government job!
Starting with its 2012 E-Series Smart TVs, Samsung will be rolling out a dedicated Spotify app in Europe, making it possible to connect to your Spotify Premium account and stream music directly through your TV.
Hot on the heels of Rovio’s hugely successful Bad Piggies, the Angry Bird’s are back with a new Star Wars themed game heading to iOS, Android, Mac and PC on November 8th.
On the anniversary of the death of Steve Jobs, Apple pay tribute their visionary leader, vowing to carry his legacy into the future, but will their future products be more iterative than innovative without Steve at the helm?
After the disappointing loss of Google Maps for the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad, Google have focused on their mobile web app, adding Street View support to the mobile experience in a bid to satisfy disgruntled iOS customers until a native app is released.
Just six months after the original One X hit the shelves, HTC have revamped their flagship Android handset. Adding a larger battery, faster processor, Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and a new matte black finish.
Earlier this week RIM unveiled this tongue in cheek video at their ‘BlackBerry Jam’ developer conference, to help promote the developer features for BB10. Long story short: it’s terrible. The rest you have to see to believe…
Facebook have begun aggressively ramping up efforts to rid the world’s largest social network of fake accounts and false likes, to provide more accurate and transparent user engagement numbers.
Video games are striving to reach both the same artistic and commercial value of other mediums such as film, television and literature. They are getting closer to achieving this with every passing year, especially in the commercial and consumer sales aspects. Despite all this, video games remain languishing in the curious position of having millions upon millions of loyal consumers whilst also having an extremely negative, broader reputation that it just can’t seem to shake off.
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