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This week: Bill Gates argues that giving the entire world Internet access won’t magically cure poverty. That jerk! Reddit’s “Politics” community is blocking entire sites, leaving them only asking why. And why South Korea, with Internet speeds that dwarf the USA, still mostly uses the web’s worst browser: Internet Explorer. This week’s show is brought […]
Groupon has been serving up deals since 2008, and in that time it has never done a complete redesign of its website. That’s all changed now, as the company has given it a full overhaul.
Over the course of 2013, some fantastic games have hit the market, and if you fancy yourself a gamer, you really should give each one of them a play.
A free-to-play collectable card game doesn’t sound like something you’d expect to see from Blizzard, but it’s surprisingly fun and addicting
This week: a new virus encrypts your files and takes them hostage until you pay. I’ll ask James – who definitely didn’t make this, why are you even asking – what could possibly be worse than this. Blackberry’s BBM service is out now for Android and iOS users, and we couldn’t possibly be less excited. Rating bots disagree, find out why (hint: it’s because they’re bots). And we tell you about the greatest anti-piracy tactic of all time.
Nvidia finally brought the latest version of Android to its portable gaming tablet known as the Nvidia Shield. It also adds Console Mode, which allows users to beam games to their TVs.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition provided me with the most pleasant tablet experience I have ever had. Now’s your chance to win one for free!
The popular social media scheduling application known as Buffer has been hacked. The rumors were quickly confirmed by the company itself shortly after the news was picked up by several tech sites on the web.
Are you the kind of sports fan who needs to know every single piece of news that happens? Thanks to the magic of smartphones, it’s actually quite easy to keep track of everything.
What happens when you take the tried and true Tetris formula, make it free-to-play and then bring it to iOS? You end up with Tetris Blitz.
This week: Apple’s new operating system is free for all Mac users. Your move, Microsoft. Dick Cheney thought terrorists were going to hack his heart. And Wikipedia fights paid PR editors who try to make companies look good. No way that will backfire, am I right?
If you’ve been eyeballing that Wii U, but just have not found that it’s worth spending the money on, now might be the perfect time to head to your local game store and put one on your entertainment center.
Fear not, one who overshares, Buffer is the solution you need. It allows you to go crazy sharing all the things you find, and it spreads them out for you.
We’re giving this Nintendo 2DS with a copy of Pokemon X away to one lucky reader! But first, here’s what we think of Nintendo’s latest portable gaming console.
First-person shooters are far and away one of the most popular competitive video games out there. Every year when a new Call of Duty game hits the scene, it sets some kind of record for fastest selling entertainment property. In spite of this, first-person shooters can’t even approach RTS and MOBAs in terms of popularity […]