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The Best Gadgets To Safeguard Your Stuff When You’re on Holiday.

We've already talked about a few ways you can increase security in the home, but what about when you're away from familiar surroundings? If you're going on holiday you don't have the same level of security as you do at home, but thankfully there are some thing you can buy to make sure you and your stuff is nice and safe. Read More >>

Week in Geek
The Week in Geek: Deadpool 2, Animated Spider-Man, Star Wars, and More

Welcome to another week in geek, catching you up on anything you might have missed in the world of film, comics, and TV. This week we have news on Deadpool 2's villain, some promo material for the animated Spider-Man movie, word on the 2020 Star Wars spin-off, and more. Read More >>

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Everything You Need to Make Your Bank Holiday Outing as Hi-Tech as Possible

For the past two years bank holidays have led me to write up gift guides designed to have a hi-tech barbecue or garden party. This year I decided to be a bit different, because I can't be doing with writing up the same post for a third time. So what else do people do on bank holidays? DIY, obviously, sleeping (that's a personal favourite), and take advantage of their free time by going somewhere nice with family and friends. Read More >>

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The Week’s Top Android, iPhone, and Windows Apps

The weather is all nice and sunny at the moment, isn't that awful? Well not really, since it's nice enough to be able to get to places without being drenched in rain or blown away in a gale, but man are the bugs out in force. It's nasty, and they keep trying to move into my house without offering to pay rent. If I have to pay rent, you can be sure those random mayfly-looking things aren't getting away with their freeloading. Read More >>

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Three’s Offering Mobile Broadband to Help You Ditch Your Landline

If you live in an area with strong signal, chances are your 4G is faster than a standard non-fibre broadband connection. The problem is that it's been almost impossible to use the speedy wireless to ditch your ISP without having to pay a fortune. Three is hoping to put an end to that, with the launch of its new HomeFi 4G broadband service. Read More >>

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New Nokia 3310 Review: Nothing Special Except the Name

The Nokia 3310 is one of those gadgets that had gone down in the history books, alongside the likes of the Game Boy, the iPod, the Walkman, the Polaroid camera, The Sinclair Executive, and so on. Until the iPhone came along it was the most well known mobile phone on the planet, that people still reminisce about. Read More >>

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Essential Reading From the World of Judge Dredd

Did you hear? There's a Judge Dredd TV series coming, and even though we don't know when it'll arrive it's cause for excitement. With that in mind, and given Dredd's 40-year long history, we've put together a list of essential reading to help you prepare for the impending TV adaptation - just in case you only saw Dredd and the other film nobody talks about. Read More >>

Week in Geek
The Week in Geek: DC Rebirth, Judge Dredd, Star Trek Discovery, and More

Welcome to another edition of the Week in Geek, taking you through the biggest news you might have missed this past week. Today we have word on whether Karl Urban might be in Judge Dredd: Mega City One, a brand new Watchmen-themed series for DC comics, a poster for Star Trek: Discovery and much more. Read More >>

piracy
A Student Got Suspended from Uni Wi-Fi for Illegally Downloading Chicken Run of All Things

Everyone knows that piracy is bad, and you can get in trouble for illegally downloading films. But how far would you have to go to actually face the repercussions? For one student, all she needed to do was download a copy of Chicken Run. Read More >>

android
Now All Android Apps Can Hide Themselves From Rooted Phones

The other day it was revealed that Netflix was hiding itself from rooted Android phones, and Google is making this a official feature for all apps on Google Play. Read More >>

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Apple’s Blaming Third Party Batteries for Those Exploding Headphones

Back in March, while flying between Sydney and Beijing, a woman was quite badly burned after her headphones caught fire. The brand of headphones hasn't been revealed, but since Apple has released a statement on the matter it seems more than likely that they're Apple-manufactured. Read More >>

security
Watch Out, Phishing Scum Are Exploiting the WannaCrypt Hysteria

It feels like the whole world is on red alert after the fiasco with WannaCrypt started a week ago. Now you have to be extra careful, because cyber-crooks are trying to take advantage of that by sending out BT-branded phishing emails. Read More >>

microsoft
Here’s Our First (Leaked) Look at the New Surface Pro

Just because Microsoft says there won't be a Surface Pro 5 anytime soon doesn't mean it's going to keep the current models around for the next few years. Press renders that allegedly showcase the next iteration of the tablet have leaked, and word is that this one will drop the number altogether. Read More >>

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The Best Bits You Can Buy to Keep Your Life Extra Secure

Following the WannaCrypt attacks, which started a week ago, you probably have security on your mind. While you can protect your computer with some solid anti-virus software, up-to-date software, and an ounce of common sense, that's not always the case with everything else in your life. Read More >>

facebook
The EU is Fining Facebook €110 Million for Misleading it During the WhatsApp Takeover

The European Commission has ruled that Facebook intentionally misled officials during its takeover of WhatsApp in 2014. Specifically it was misleading about its ability to utilise data, and is receiving a fine of €110 million (£93.8 million). Read More >>