Fast and Furious Live is Coming to an Arena Near You and It’s Just as Crazy as It Sounds

After eight Fast & Furious films, you're understandably a little bored of them. You enjoy the high-octane thrills, sure, but simply watching the action unfold on a flat TV screen isn't enough. You want to be there. You want the action to be real, right in front of your face. You want your eyebrows to get singed as a car's nitrous oxide spurts out of its exhaust into your general direction. Read More >>

The Ultimate Lego Experience Opens in Denmark Next Week

If you're as much a fan of the interlocking plastic brick as we are here at Gizmodo, you may want to consider booking yourself a flight to Denmark sometime very soon. The Lego House opens in Billund, the birthplace of Lego, on 28th September, and it looks awesome. Read More >>

Five Alternative Taxi Apps to Uber in London

If you're a regular Uber user, you're undoubtedly panicking after hearing the news that Uber can no longer operate in London. All is not lost though, as there are a number of alternative taxi services for you to use, and we've got them all listed right here. Read More >>

Five Banksy Murals Sell For Over £3 Million

A Middle Eastern buyer who wishes to remain anonymous has purchased five pieces of Banksy art totalling a whopping £3.2 million. Read More >>

Lyft UK Search Surge Following London Uber Ban

TfL has just ruled that Uber can no longer operate in London, stating that the company "is not fit and proper to hold a private hire operator licence." That's obviously grave news for Uber, but rival company Lyft may reap the benefits. Or, they would if they actually operated in the UK. Lyft is currently only available in the US. Read More >>

EE Rolls Out Enhanced HD Voice Calling to iPhone 8 Users, With Others to Follow

EE, the phone network that likes to be first with new stuff, has today announced "Enhanced HD Voice", which, as the name suggests, is voice calling enhanced with HD. Read More >>

According to PornHub, We Do More Than Talk Like Pirates on Talk Like a Pirate Day

19th September is International Talk Like a Pirate Day, so on Tuesday all across the globe people were talking like pirates. Turns out though, it's not just talking like the scurvy seadogs that people enjoy, oh no. They also enjoy "other" pirate activities. Like pirate porn. Read More >>

Argos Sends Star Wars’ BB8 Back to Space

Argos doesn't just sell toys. It also send them into orbit. Quite literally. Read More >>

Karl Pilkington is Coming Back to Our TV Screens

Karl Pilkington, who made a name for himself being Ricky Gervais' guinea pig, is coming back to our TV screens — this time in a sitcom where he plays a version of himself. Read More >>

Severed Hand Causes Road Closure

A driver travelling along the A19 near Stockton spotted what he thought was a severed hand just lurking in the central reservation. Naturally, you'd be more than a little disturbed at seeing a disembodied limb lying there, so police were contacted and the northbound lane was closed. Read More >>

Citymapper To Launch A New London “Bus” Route That Uses Gett Taxis Instead Of Buses

Gett Together, operated by Gett, has announced a partnership with Citymapper to make its service as effective as possible. If you're unfamiliar with it, Gett Together is a taxi service, but one that sees black cabs travel along fixed routes, and you just hop in and out anywhere along its path. So, er, a bit like a bus. Read More >>

Don’t Fire Nerf Guns into People’s Eyes, Says Doctor

Doctors from a London eye hospital are warning that Nerf bullets - foam-like bullets fired from toy guns - can cause serious damage if they hit you in the eye. Read More >>

The Second Wave of Xbox One X Pre-Orders is Now Available

Missed out on pre-ordering an Xbox One X last time? Or wanting one that doesn't have 'PROJECT SCORPIO' emblazoned on it in gaudy green letters? Your time has come: Microsoft has just sent the next wave of pre-orders out into the wild, so grab one while it's hot. Read More >>

Want a First Class Train Upgrade? You Can Bid for It

First class upgrades when travelling by train are notoriously expensive, especially when you buy them on the day. As someone who frequently travels, and frequently sees dozens and dozens of plush first class seats available while I'm sandwiched in standard class like I'm being shipped to some kind of cattle market, it's more than just a bit frustrating. Read More >>

Manchester’s Police Force is Still Using Windows XP

I can't even remember the last time I used Windows XP, so it's hard to imagine that many people — and important people with important jobs at that — still use it every day. Greater Manchester Police is among those, revealing that 20 per cent of its PCs (more than 1,500 in total) still run on Windows XP. Read More >>