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How To Throw The Ultimate New Year’s Eve Party

Christmas has been and gone for another year, and while some of you might be looking back at the 25th of December all misty-eyed, most of us are probably just happy to be rid of the in-laws for another year. And speaking of 'another year', New Year's Eve 2018 is now just around the corner! Read More >>

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How to Avoid Getting a Hangover After This New Year’s Eve

While our friends in the States probably ring in the New Year with kale smoothies and baby yoga, New Year's Eve here in the UK is synonymous with one thing and pretty much one thing only: getting absolutely bladdered. Whether you're going to an all-night rave, hitting up a house party, or just enjoying a few beverages with friends and family down the pub, the danger is that your New Year's Eve revelry translates into a raging hangover on January 1st. Read More >>

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How To Throw The Ultimate New Year’s Eve Party

Christmas has been and gone for another year, and while some of you might be looking back at the 25th of December all misty-eyed, most of us are probably just happy to be rid of the in-laws for another year. And speaking of 'another year', New Year's Eve 2016 is now just around the corner! Read More >>

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Catch Your First Glimpse of Formula E Electric Car Racing This Weekend for Free

Formula E, the electric car racing series first launched in 2014, may still be in the shadow of petrol-powered F1, but that doesn't mean that auto enthusiasts aren't starting to take an interest in it. Read More >>

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How Our Pals at T3 Live a Better Life with Technology

For the last 20 years, T3 has been helping its readers live a better life through technology, staying at the heart of every major shift in consumer gadgetry during that period. Read More >>

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Jimmy Wales: The Maverick Who Brought The Encyclopaedia Into the Internet Age

Looking back, 2001 was kind of a big deal. Obviously, the events of 9/11 altered the world's geopolitical makeup, with repercussions that are still being felt today. But well before that - in January 2001 - the Internet's landscape was also subject to a seismic shift that would change the way we consume information forever. Read More >>

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Best Golf Gadgets 2015: Can Technology Really Help a Hacker Hack Their Golf Game?

Mark Twain put it best when he referred to golf as a “good walk spoiled”. Those of us who suffer this particular beautiful game have myriad frustrations to deal with, from the ignominy of teeing off on a par 5 with a long iron because we just can't use a bloody driver, to the inevitable three-putts that are part and parcel of a round. Read More >>

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Pancake Day 2015: The Essential Guide to Making the Best Pancakes at Home

Shove Tuesday, or Pancake Day, is a widely observed festival in the UK by religious types and non-churchgoers alike. Traditionally, the day before Lent is thought of as a time to take stock of ourselves and think about how we can repent for any wrongdoings. In contemporary times, though, this usually translates into trying to give up a personal vice for the duration, be it drinking, smoking or playing video games till 3am on weekdays. Read More >>

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The Droning Sounds of John Cale’s Quadcopter Orchestra

John Cale was infatuated with drones long before western superpowers realised they were a particularly convenient way to bomb foreign countries. The Welsh musician can largely be credited with helping to bring the 'drone' sound to popular culture, dating back as far as his work in the 1960s with La Monte Young’s Theatre of Eternal Music and central to one of the Velvet Underground's best-known tracks in Heroin. Read More >>