Ever wondered what playing GTA IV in real life would be like, complete with boosting cars; shooting up pedestrians, and pilfering bikes? Wonder no more -- Electric Roulette has taken GTA to the mean streets of mother Earth to show you.
It seems Richard Branson’s not the only famous target of porno cybersquatters, the Pope’s fallen under their crosshairs too. To make matters worse for his papalness, not only is the cybersquatter trying to mire his name in the smut; the domains are also punting a competitor to his "one-true religion" in the form of Islam.
Remember that funky British-born iPhone and Android game Whale Trail that sold gangbusters and was a melding of warped-minds between ustwo and Gruff Rhys from the Super Furry Animals? It’s just grabbed a book deal from Penguin. Move over you Stinking Highway Rat, Willow the whale is on her way to mess with your colour-loving minds.
While there's been anecdotal evidence floating around for a long time that exercise can help women achieve sexual satisfaction, a new study's gone and proved it; exercising the core abdominal muscles alone can bring females to orgasm.
We saw Words With Friends take Scrabble and run with it like crazy. Now Draw Something has taken the ideas behind another board game classic, Pictionary, and has fired them into the mobile social gaming world, netting the developers an impressive £63,000 a day minimum in the process.
The UK’s tactical Engelbert Humperdinck-powered Eurovision assault has been officially unveiled for your listening pleasure. Now we’re just bound to win.
We were tantalised with a faked TED talk from 2023 showing off Guy Pearce as Peter Weyland last month, but these two brand new, exhilarating trailers truly show Prometheus could be epically good on a Bladerunner-mixed-with-Gladiator scale.
London's police force will be managing its Olympic policing using the same ancient software systems that contributed to the poor management of and response to the riots of 2011, and were first brought into service back in the 1980s.
Now here’s a very clever use of the Raspberry Pi – The Pirate Bay wants to run its servers from the skies using the mini-marvel because it’s simply fed up of the law messing with its ground-based operations. No one will be able to screw with it unless they get in a plane to physically switch it off in orbit, "a real act of war". No, it’s not April 1st.
Today, we’re not just going to save you some money, we could also help to save your life. Yes, that IS our serious face that’s staring at you from out of your computer screen.