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Come with us as we attempt to lure you to the wrong side of the tracks, tempting you with an exhilarating life of crime, vice and wanton destruction. But you won’t have the cops knocking on your door and you can have a cup of tea with it.
A Bristol bus driver who knocked down a cyclist in a vicious manner has been jailed for grievous bodily harm, sentenced to 17 months in jail. As someone who used to regularly ride a bicycle, this video and story is just appalling to me.
Apple’s going full steam ahead with iOSification of OS X, even removing Mac from the name. It certainly seems to think iOS is the future. But things aren’t all totally hunky dory when in the land of iOS, as the iPad is facing fierce competition and Amazon’s biting just a bit according a new report.
British songstress Adele’s Grammy Award-winning album 21 isn’t on Spotify, but it’s not because she hates all streaming, just free streaming. Spotify said no because it didn’t want to bend its business model to accommodate her, no matter how many albums she's been selling of late.
This is the reason we've been living off noodles for the past week. Priced at a whopping £7.49 on the App Store, Dariusburst SP is considerably more expensive than the average. That said, it's also a side-scrolling shooter with interstellar production values and a brilliant soundtrack.
The BBC has up sticks and moved quite a large chunk of its operation up to Salford Media City. It’s all part of a cost saving effort, moving out of the expensive capital. Unfortunately not everything has been going hunky dory, as this caption balls-up shows.
We know HTC’s working on its Ice Cream Sandwich updates, but it seems a select group of European HTC owners will get the chance to upgrade to Ice Cream Sandwich a tad early. HTC wants to do a bit of in-the-field testing, and it wants Sensation and Sensation XE owners to be its guinea pigs.
Ice Cream Sandwich hasn’t even made it much past the Galaxy Nexus yet, but apparently the next iteration of Android isn’t far behind. Rumours put Android 5.0 "Jelly Bean" in for a second quarter launch this year, and it could cause yet more fragmentation.
Who said e-cigarettes were safer than regular smokes? I'm fairly certain a regular pack isn't going to explode in your mouth, but one unlucky Florida resident lost a few of his teeth and a chunk of his tongue after a faulty battery caused an electronic cigarette to explode, severely burning his face in the process.
Apple’s just rolled out a beta of their replacement for iChat, iMessages for Mac. Now you can message people across iPhones, iPads, iPods and Macs all from one unified messaging system – about time too.
Pancake lovers will be delighted to hear Shrove Tuesday is coming up next week, and to celebrate, the University of Sheffield held The Big Flip -- a record breaking attempt at flipping the most pancakes non-stop for 30 seconds.
We’re not feeling the fire of any particularly incredible offers today, so we’ll try and tickle your bargain buds with a round-up of a few discounted games that you might like to dump into your empty lives.
According to sources quoted by Techradar, the long-awaited Android version of the Sky Go TV streaming app is scheduled for launch on February 22nd -- and could even appear a little earlier if testing goes well.