Instagram Adds Charity Fundraising Features to Monetise Your Narcissism

Facebook has been getting a lot of (mostly justified) stick recently on everything from privacy to its market power. So what better way is there to wash off the stink of controversy than with some good old fashioned corporate social responsibility? Read More >>

New Chrome Extension Fixes Twitter By Showing The Latest Tweets First

If you're anything like me, you have a hate/hate relationship with Twitter. You hate that you're addicted to it, and you hate yourself for using it. Read More >>

Trump’s Trade War Stops Google And Huawei Teaming Up On Smart Speaker

Say what you will about Donald Trump and his insane trade war with China, but it does appear to have had one good outcome: it has forced Google and Huawei to suspend working on a smart speaker together. Read More >>

Freeview’s Android App Adds Live TV Streaming

Good news for Android users looking for some TV to watch: the Freeview app is finally available, long after the iOS release. Read More >>

GiffGaff Slapped With £1.4m For Overcharging Customers

Phone network GiffGaff has lighter pockets this morning, to the tune of £1.4m, after being slapped with a fine by telecoms regulator Ofcom after overcharging around 2.6 million customers. Read More >>

The World’s Fourth Largest Wind Farm Opens in Scotland Today

Exciting news for Scotland as they've found a way to use the North Sea for good, rather than for extracting fossil fuels: they've built a massive wind farm in it. Just off the coast of Wick in the Moray Firth, is the new Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm, which is made up of 84 turbines and now completed, and today is the grand opening. Read More >>

Oppo Invents a Slightly Curvier Curved Screen Phone

It turns out that "Oppo" isn't just a logo that appears on the sidelines at tennis and cricket matches, it is a company that conducts important business too. Read More >>

Bookmakers Say Nigel Farage Has a 43.5% Chance of Becoming Prime Minister by 2025

It's hard to imagine, but we're now only 94 days away from the worst political crisis since World War 2. And even worse, this time the cause isn't some mischievous Nazis trying to claim squatters rights on Poland - this time, the cause of the problem is... ourselves. Read More >>

eBay Summer Sale Knocks 20% Off of a Bunch of Speakers and Big Tellies

It's summer! It's warm and sunny outside and its a great opportunity to spend time with friends and family creating memories that could last a lifetime. Or you could just stay in and watch the telly instead. Read More >>

OnePlus Has Faster 5G Than Samsung and LG, Says OnePlus

When is a 600Mbps connection not enough? When 700Mbps is available, according to Shenzhen-based phone manufacturer OnePlus, which has today claimed that the 5G connection on its OnePlus 7 Pro 5G handset is faster than rivals Samsung, LG and Oppo. Read More >>

How Accurate is the Geography of Spider-Man: Far From Home?

The new Spider-Man film came out at the end of last week and, amazingly, Marvel have done it again. Yet again Marvel has continued on its upwards trajectory that has persisted ever since Thor inexplicably caught the Tube to Greenwich in Thor 2: The Dark World. It’s a seriously impressive accomplishment. Read More >>

You’ve Seen Chernobyl on TV – And You Can Easily Visit It For Yourself

Sky Atlantic’s Chernobyl is the hottest thing on TV right now - and looks set to destroy anything that goes near it next awards season. But did you know that Chernobyl is somewhere that you, yes, you dear reader, can visit with relative ease? Read More >>

Sainsbury’s Opens Cashier-Free Mini-Supermarket In London – Here’s How It Works

Critics of new technology often complain that the tech today is so impersonal. We've got our heads buried in our phones - there's just no opportunities to talk to other people in real life, to make that human connection and share a moment of solidarity with our fellow human beings. Maybe this is true, but if there's one place I don't want to be having emotional moments of introspection it's while paying for my lunch. Just give me my sandwich and my Twix and shut up. Read More >>

Revealed: The Hidden Geography of London’s Cycle Hire Scheme

London’s Cycle Hire bikes are one of the best things to happen to London in the 21st century. Since launching in July 2010, they have transformed mobility for millions of people: no more squeezing onto crowded buses or descending into the depths of the tube – you can breeze through central London, and arrive at work with a sense of joy rather than with your spirit crushed. Read More >>

BMW Drivers Are Owed An Apology – Data Reveals Saab Drivers Are The Absolute Worst for Clampings

BMW drivers are the absolute worst, right? Well, maybe not – if you accept the findings of Gizmodo UK’s important data-driven study. Read More >>