rumours
The Latest Samsung Galaxy S9 Leak is Probably the Last One You’ll Need

The Samsung Galaxy S9 is due to be unveiled at 4pm GMT this Sunday (25th February), and you might have noticed a whole bunch of leaks hitting the web over the past couple of weeks. Today was no exception, and we've already seen one leak that reiterates some of the features we already knew about. But there's another leak, which goes into quite a bit of detail. Read More >>

cars
The National Grid is Set to Install Car Chargers Across the UK’s Motorway Network

One big concern people have when it comes to electric cars is the range, and the fear of being stuck too far away from a charging point when they run out of juice. While EV makers and petrol station proprietors have been working on installing chargers, the National  Grid is coming to help. Read More >>

google
How You Can Bring the ‘View Image’ Button Back to Google Images

Last week news broke that Google had brokered a deal with Getty Images, which saw the 'View Image' button removed from Google's image results - the end to a long-running spat argument between the two companies over images being made readily available in search results. It is possible to bring that button back, however, and all you need to do is install a browser extension. Read More >>

networks
Get Ready for 4G Antennae to be Added to Church Spires Across the Country

The government's spent a lot of time moaning about how there are lots of spots in the UK where there's no signal, but so far hasn't been able to do anything about it. Suggestions have been made, like telling networks to share signal or making it easier to put up new masts, someone had the bright idea to get the churches involved. Read More >>

movies
Black Panther Subtly Reveals Wales is an Independent Nation in the MCU

In the real world the UK is still a combination of four different countries, despite the fact that there are political groups out there who would very much like to separate Northern Ireland, Wales, and Scotland from England. In the real world that doesn't look to be changing in the near future, but real life is not fiction. In fiction things are very different, and the Marvel Cinematic Universe is no exception because it seems as though Wales is an independent country. Read More >>

lego
There’s Another Avengers LEGO Set on the Way, and it’s a Giant Hulkbuster

Earlier this week we got our first official look at the first wave of LEGO sets tying into Avengers: Infinity War. It didn't take long for LEGO to announce something new, though, because today's it's unveiled the Hulkbuster: Ultron Edition set. Read More >>

uber
Uber Makes More Changes To Keep Sadiq Khan Happy, Including a Dedicated Complaints Line

The relationship between Uber and Transport for London at the moment is strained, at best, thanks to the former's operating licence not being renewed - effectively banning it from the city. While Uber dismissed claims it wasn't "fit and proper" to hold a licence and set about appealing the ban in court, it seems it's not above trying to curry favour with the regulator by making changes to the way it operates. Read More >>

cars
Dyson Might Have Three Electric Cars in the Works

Electric cars are big business, especially in a world increasingly aware of the impact pollution from car emissions can have on the environment. Now a slightly unlikely name is reportedly hoping to make a transition into the industry: Dyson, a company best known for making vacuum cleaners and those weird hand dryers. Read More >>

gaming
Two New Virtual Reality Arcades Have Arrived in the UK, Courtesy of Bandai Namco

If you've been to Japan, or paid attention to the state of VR in the country, you'll know that the virtual reality arcade is a thing that exists - a thing with a pretty self-explanatory purpose. Now two of those VR-cades are coming to the UK, courtesy of games publisher Bandai Namco. Read More >>

movies
Where is Black Panther’s Museum of Great Britain?

If you haven't seen Black Panther yet you should stop reading this and buy a ticket. Not just because it's a brilliant film, but also because we're getting into a few minor spoilers you may want to avoid for the time being. Read More >>

twitter
Twitter Will Start Showing Live Local News to Combat Misinformation

The internet is the perfect place to spread misinformation, and not just the big nonsense conspiracy theories claiming the Earth is flat or that vaccines are bad for you. When something major happens sites with real time feeds like Twitter also turn into a blend of truth, half truth, and outright lies, which is why the social network plans to do something about it. That's why it's going to start broadcasting local news live. Read More >>

uber
Transport for London Has New Rules for Uber and Other Ride-Sharing Services

Transport for London has just released a brand new policy statement for ride-sharing services operating in the city, including Uber. A lot of the stuff in the six-page document is just a rehash of old regulations, but some of it will mean some changes might be needed - including things like better driver conditions, better accessibility for passengers, and an option for women-only rides with UberPool and other similar services. Read More >>

internet
Virgin is Set to Launch 350Mbps Fibre Broadband This Spring

If you choose to get your broadband with Virgin, you can choose speeds between 50Mbps and 300Mbps on a variety of different packages. That'll be changing soon, though, because the company is going to start advertising 350Mbps packages as early as this spring. Read More >>

watch this
Joanna Lumley and EE Hosting 360-Degree Triv-VR Quiz

The BAFTAs are set to take place this Sunday, hosted by Joanna Lumley with EE as the headline sponsor. Which is great! Good for them. What's more interesting at this point, however, is that EE will be commemorating the occasion with a brand new 360-degree movie trivia quiz show - also hosted by Lumely. Read More >>

food
Jeremy Corbyn Pledges To Investigate The Rising Cost Of Freddos

There's an old saying that you can judge the state of the economy based on the price of a Freddo. Cadbury's dirt-cheap cartoon frog bars are staple stock in corner shops across the country, and the price means they're ideal pocket money fodder. In the good old days of 2000 they were 10p each, but 18 years later they're an extortionate 25p. Luckily Jeremy Corbyn has promised to investigate this matter, which will no doubt make him universally loved by the UK population. Read More >>