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Noticed that everybody is looking old all of a sudden? Here’s why the Russian-developed FaceApp could be a risk to your privacy…
Google’s algorithmic search results are left to remain a largely impartial public service, but search for “CTR Calculator” and a pretty offensive result appears that seriously needs to go.
It may not be easy to see it right now, but the future will be better than you fear.
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So, a study has come about how teens are not damaged by screen time… Let’s take it with a pinch of salt, shall we?
Here’s your chance to buy a 43in Samsung 4K Smart TV for under £350.
Just 0.05% of adults in the UK have named loot boxes as a form of gambling. That is crazy, given the amount of airtime given to them in recent months…
Looking for a new vacuum cleaner? Here’s why the G-Tech Pro K9 is a serious contender.
And so we reach the end of The Walking Dead - Telltale Games’ swan song and probably one to the best stories I’ve had the pleasure of experiencing.
Fully-featured gaming headphones for a fraction of the price.
Pokémon Snap was released two decades ago and the timing could not be more perfect for a rebirth of this Pocket Monster-meets-Instagram photography game.
Smartphone cameras have dramatically impacted the way people take pictures. Not too long ago, if you wanted to document an experience in your life, you had to have a camera on you, have film loaded up, and snap your picture knowing you’ll be waiting several weeks before you can even see the results.
If you haven’t played Mini Metro yet, you owe it to yourself to try this amazing subway simulator.
UK retailer Game has announced a rather misleading Fortnite giveaway, which I think is more harmful than good…
I just got round to watching A Quiet Place and, well… Here’s why it single-handedly exceeded all my expectations, to become the best film I’ve seen this decade.
Would you be comfortable with having a robot companion? Unsurprisingly, studies show over 72% of Britons would be uncomfortable with a cyborg chum.