12 Advent Calendars Featuring Something Other Than Chocolate

Christmas is coming, but before then we have another big event to look forward to. Not Black Friday, though we can all appreciate some money-saving bargains, I'm actually talking about Advent. You know the holiday that nobody except the most devout Christians would know about if it didn't involve cardboard boxes full of cheap chocolate pieces. But, chocolate advent calendars are pretty boring, especially when you're an adult. The chocolate is rubbish, and the pieces are so small you can't really appreciate them one square at a time. Read More >>

Leaks Claims a Nvidia Shield TV Pro and TV Dongle are Both on the Way

Earlier this year we heard rumours that the Nividia Shield would be getting updated, though that update looked so minor it was barely worth having at all. Well it seems as though those rumours were true, because it looks as though something called the Shield TV Pro is on the way. Oh and there's a Shield dongle that sticks into the back of your TV as well. Read More >>

Samsung is Sending a Galaxy S10 5G Towards Space for Some Reason

Remember a few years back when everyone seemed to be sending stuff to space? Pies, smartphones, droids, Felix Baumgartner, and a bunch of other stuff that I could spend all day listing. Well now Samsung is doing it too, by using a big balloon to send a Galaxy S10 5G up into the stratosphere for some reason. Read More >>

Three’s Network is Having Issues, Which is Just Dandy

With the amount of stuff we do on our phones these days, it's never good to wind up without a solid data connection. Whether that's due to poor signal or the network itself going completely tits up for reasons that haven't been explained to customers. Which is exactly what has happened to Three this morning. Read More >>

O2’s 5G Network Has Gone Live, and it Won’t Cost More Than 4G

2019 is the year of the 5G launch, and so far O2 has been the only major network not to reveal the plan for its own 5G rollout - barring a few teases here and there. But, surprise! O2's 5G goes live today, and what's more it won't be charging people extra for the privilege. Read More >>

Argos Can’t Wait for Black Friday Deals, Launches ‘Crazy Code’ Deals

Black Friday is still over a month away, but Argos is starting off the money-saving deals even earlier than usual. These aren't Black Friday deals, per se, but they are what the retailer calls 'Crazy Code' deals. In other words they're deals that you can only get by adding in a special code before you finish the checkout process. Read More >>

Government Scraps the Porn Block, Promises New Regulator Instead

Remember the so-called porn block the government promised as part of the updated Digital Economy Act? The one nobody really likes that's been delayed several times over because they can't figure out how to do it properly? Yeah, that's been scrapped for that very reason, in favour of s different approach. Read More >>

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E4 Just Picked Up the TV Rights For Star Trek Discovery

A few years ago it was announced that Netflix and CBS had signed a monster deal that would give the streaming service international streaming rights for Star Trek: Discovery. In other words Netflix users in pretty much every country could see the episode less than 24 hours after they arrived on CBS All Access, and could stream to their heart's content. But aside from Canada, this meant Discovery wasn't going to hit any TV screens. That's about to change. Read More >>

The Pixel 4 and Pixel 4 XL are Here, and Here’s Everything You Need to Know

We feel like we all already know what the Pixel 4 is all about, thanks to the myriad of leaks that have hit the net over the past few months. But now the big Made by Google event is here, and the phone has been unveiled. Here's everything you need to know. Read More >>

Google WiFi is Now Nest WiFi: Here’s What’s Going on With Google’s Mesh Network

Google WiFi has been around for a while, offering people the option to improve their home's WiFi coverage with an almost-seamless network that reaches some of the hardest to reach areas of your home. Wel Google WiFi is getting a revamp, and a rebrand. It's now called Nest WiFi, and here's what's changed. Read More >>

Google Stadia is Going to Launch on November 19th

Google has been bigging up its Stadia streaming system for a while now, but today it finally announced when the service will go live on 19th November. Read More >>

Google Has Wire-Free Pixel Buds on the Way

A couple of years ago Google announced the Pixel Buds, a pair of Bluetooth earbuds that used a single cable to connect both earpieces. By all accounts they sucked, and frankly didn't even fit very well, but now it seems Google has learned from that with the launch of the wireless Pixel Buds. Read More >>

How to Skive Off Work and Watch Google’s Pixel 4 Launch Event

Today is the day that Google launches the Pixel 4, and probably a bunch of other stuff too, as part of its 2019 'Made by Google' event. Obviously there's a big event that a bunch of important people (and journalists) have been invited to, but most people have to sit at home/work and find out all that new information some other way. Fortunately there is a way for you to tune in without getting out of your chair. Read More >>

The Pixel 4 Won’t Come With USB-C Earbuds or a 3.5mm Adaptor

Nobody was really happy when the phone companies decided that the headphone jack was to be made extinct, but the blow was softened by the fact they started throwing in 3.5mm adaptors and USB-C (or Lightning, if you're an iPhone user) earbuds into the box. But that trend is slowly dying off, and it seems Google is sticking to that trend for the Pixel 4. Read More >>

The Lego Store is Offering Double VIP Points Until the End of Next Week

Lego is well known for offering various deals on its products, including free gifts and the like, but it's not often we get one like this. From today until next Sunday (27th October) the company is offering VIPs double reward points on all purchases. Every single one, with no catch. All you need to do is buy something from the Lego website or an official Lego store, and be a registered Lego VIP (obviously). Read More >>