Virgin TV Customers Can Watch the Big Football Events Next Week for Free

Remember when BT said something something football earlier this week? Well Virgin wants you to know that if you're already a customer, you can also watch the UEFA Champions League and Europa League Final without a subscription to BT Sport – which, incidentally, is free for the first three months. Read More >>

WhatsApp is No Longer Going to Be an Ad-Free Safe Haven as of Next Year

You may have thought your private messaging service was safe from the scourge of the internet, but ads are coming to WhatsApp's statuses next year, and they look just as annoying and obtrusive as you think. Read More >>

Huawei Gets Shafted Again as Dixons Carphone Drops Support for Its 5G Smartphones

Huawei is having a bit of a time of it right now as companies start pulling its handsets from their 5G lineups. After the US blacklisted the Chinese tech giant, Google dropped support for Huawei devices. A number of UK mobile network providers followed including Vodafone and EE. And now Dixons Carphone is yanking Huawei's phones from its shelves. Read More >>

Sony Says It Will Continue to Make Its Smartphones and People Continue to Not Care

Yes, Sony is still making smartphones, and no, it's not going to stop churning them out despite the face that no one is interested in buying one. CEO Kenichiro Yoshida says the company will keep flogging its Xperia handset because it doesn't want to miss out on a juicy piece of the pie. Considering it's been living off crumbs for a while now, we'll see how that decision pans out. Read More >>

Pornhub’s Traffic Dropped During Eurovision’s Final but You Fickle Wankers Came Back Hard Afterwards

The depraved desires and freaky fetishes we indulge in during the course of our fleeting visits to Pornhub seem to be affected by what's going on in the cultural zeitgeist. Take the spike in Star Wars searches on the site on May 4th, for example. Or all the thirsty Avengers fans that flooded the site in the lead up to Endgame's release. Read More >>

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The Harry Potter AR Game Will Get EE Exclusive Content When It Launches Later This Year

Niantic's Harry Potter AR game is launching at some point this year, and it looks like players on EE will be getting access to exclusive in-game content in the form of locations like Inns and Fortresses that will offer quests and high tier rewards for those on the network. The partnership was announced at EE's 5G event this week, where it also confirmed the roll-out date for its 5G service. It's May 30. Read More >>

Ben & Jerry’s Needs You! To Vote Today and They’re Giving You Free Ice Cream to Do It

It's voting day here in the UK as we participate in the European elections although we  have no idea how much our votes are actually going to matter what with Brexit still floating over our heads. To get people motivated to actually give a shit, American ice cream maker Ben & Jerry's is rewarding voters with a free scoop of ice cream at one of its Scoop Shops. If that news alone is enough to get you to drag your arse to the polling booth, you probably shouldn't be voting in the first place. If anything, we'll send you an ice cream to keep you at home. Read More >>

The UK’s Favourite Broadband Provider Is Plusnet According to Broadband Genie

Roll out the red carpet and get your glad rags on, because it's time to announce the winners from the Broadband Genie Broadband Awards. Plusnet cleaned up after being voted the Best Value Provider, Best Broadband Provider, and winning Best Customer Care – which seems to fly in the face of Ofcom's own 2018/2019 report published last month that saw the provider getting far more complaints per 100,000 customers when compared to BT, TalkTalk, EE, Sky, and Virgin. Read More >>

TfL Wants to Know Your Every Move When You Use the London Underground

Transport for London (TfL) is moving ahead with its plan to track everyone who sets foot in the London Underground using WiFi to keep tabs on them. So that's nice. Read More >>

You Won’t Be Able to Get the Huawei Mate 20 X 5G on EE or Vodafone After All

After a controversial few days, Huawei seems to have gotten another kick in the 'nads as it looks like EE will be pulling the Huawei Mate 20 X 5G from its lineup of 5G handsets, and Vodafone is following suit. Read More >>

EE Launching its 5G Network Next Week, Making It the First in the UK to Do So

EE has confirmed a roll-out date for its 5G service which is coming to London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester on May 30. The service provider will quickly be following up with more than 100 new 5G sites every month. Bristol, Coventry, Leicester, Nottingham, Sheffield, Liverpool, Hull, Leeds, Newcastle and Glasgow will be the next 10 locations to get 5G, with 10 additional towns and cities announced for 2020 including Aberdeen, Cambridge, Derby, Gloucester, Peterborough, Plymouth, Portsmouth, Southampton, Worcester and Wolverhampton. Read More >>

BT is Making Sure That Everyone Can Tune in to Some Big Football Thing Starting Next Week

Football fans can get excited about the prospect of watching the UEFA Champions League Final and UEFA Europa League Final for free across TV, mobile devices, and YouTube via the BT Sport App and the BT Sport YouTube channel. Things get even more exciting on the App, with viewers able to watch in VR360 and in HD HDR. Read More >>

OnePlus 7 Pro’s Popular New Features Will Be Getting Official Roll-Outs on the 5 and 6 Series

The OnePlus 7 Pro launched today, and if you've read our review, you'll know that a couple of the fancy new features that have been introduced include Zen Mode and screen recording. While OnePlus has confirmed that it'll be rolling these out as updates to older phone models, eager fans have decided not to wait and just gone ahead and done it themselves. Read More >>

Morrisons is Ditching the Plastic Packaging for its Produce Across 60 Stores This Year

Morrisons is joining the battle against plastic use in its supermarkets by offering packaging-free fruit and veg so you can manhandle that cabbage you were eyeing up, take it in your arms, and carry it around the aisles like a big, leafy, and slightly pungent baby with no judgement. Read More >>

This New Take on the London Tube Map Will Put Your Literary Knowledge to the Test

Bookworms will love the latest alternative map for the London Underground that replaces destination names with the titles of books set in those areas. Read More >>