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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2: Essential Reading Before You See the Film

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 hits UK cinemas screens on Friday, and if you want to be extra prepared for the highly anticipated sequel, there are some books you should probably stick your nose into beforehand. It's not 100 per cent necessary, but what kind of geek would you be if you didn't? So here's a list of everything you should check out, plus a few other purchases you might enjoy. Read More >>

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All the Best Wibbley Wobbley Gifts for Doctor Who Fans

In case you hadn't noticed, Doctor Who returned to television screens this weekend. Properly this time, not the one off that we got at Christmas. Anyway, as we head into Peter Capaldi's last series as the Doctor, tensions are high as we try and work out who the next one will be. We've got 12 weeks until the series ends, and then another Christmas special, and Capaldi is gone. Read More >>

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Essential Reading to Complement Netflix’s Iron Fist

The fourth Marvel TV series hit Netflix last weekend, bringing Iron Fist into the world of live action for the very first time. It's, erm, well it's not the worst original series Netflix has come up with, but it certainly doesn't hold a candle to its Marvel-fuelled siblings. If you've started watching the series (and maybe even finished it), you might be interested to learn more about the world of Danny Rand and his glowing punches. If you need a place to start, we've got all the best stories you should get reading. Read More >>

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Logan: Essential Reading and Gifts

Last week saw the release of Logan, the third Wolverine solo film and the last time Hugh Jackman will play the character on-screen. Before you head to the cinema to see his last outing, make sure you're prepared. Here's our list of essential reading, plus a few bits and pieces you can buy to show your love for all things Wolverine. Read More >>

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All the Best Gear for Halo Fans

Tuesday is a special day for Xbox gamers. There's another Halo game coming out, and it's a sequel to the criminally underrated Halo WarsHalo isn't your standard video game franchise, in that there's a lot more than shooting enemies and getting insulted by a 13-year-old proto-neckbeard. There's a lot of stuff out there to enjoy, and here's a list of some of the best bits you can buy. Read More >>

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Sony MDR-EX650AP Earphones for £25 are Your ‘Headphone Jack is Still King’ Deal of the Day

There are two kinds of people in the world, those who think the headphone jack is an archaic relic that deserves to be replaced with Apple's proprietary connection, and those still loyal to the long-lasting 3.5mm regime. If you're one of the latter, these earphones might be worth looking into. They're a set of in-ear earphones, complete with an in-line mic that offers call and audio control (but only if you have Sony's companion app). They can be yours for just  £24.99 at PC World. That's £35 less than they usually cost. Read More >>

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£50 Off an Oculus Rift is Your ‘Actual Reality Bites’ Deal of the Day

Getting yourself sorted with virtual reality, proper virtual reality, is a pricey endeavour. If you're going for the PC experience, rather than the PlayStation, you might want 5o take advantage of this Oculus Rift deal while you still can. At the moment CurrysJohn Lewis, and PC World are offering a £50 discount on each headset. It's not a huge discount, but that does mean it's now £499. Sadly this is only for the headset, and doesn't include the Touch controllers or the high-end machine needed to play it. You'll have to buy those separately. Read More >>

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A Limited Edition Pokémon Themed 3DS for £180 is Your ‘Gotta Catch ’em All’ Deal of the Day

The Switch is all well and good, but if you want a handheld Nintendo experience (with a decent library of games) right now, the 3DS is the way to go. This one is the brand new 3DS XL with a Pokémon pattern. There's no game, and no power adaptor. It's now £179.99 at Nintendo= Read More >>

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A PNY GeForce GTX 1070 Graphics Card is Your ‘Not a NVIDIA’ Deal of the Day

So you want to get in on PC gaming, but you're finding buying the right components is a bit expensive. After all you want the best of the best, not cheap components that will be obsolete in six months time. Graphics cards can be pricey, so rather than opting for the big names like NVIDIA or AMD, PNY has something to offer instead. This GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card costs £359.99 at Currys, and has 8GB of GDDR5 memory, 256-bit memory bandwidth, 1506 MHZ clock speed, 1920 CUDA cores, and NVIDIA GeSync. It's also VR ready, and comes with DVI, HDMI, and VGA output with enough power to deal with a triple-display setup. Read More >>

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An Asus Vivo PC for £130 is Your ‘No Room for a Tower’ Deal of the Day

If laptops and tablets aren't your think, but you don't have room (or the need) for a big tower PC, Asus's Vivo PC box might be the thing for you. It has an Intel Celeron 2957U, 2GB of RAM, a 32GB SSD, a full version of Windows 10 home, a 4-in-1 card slot, four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, HDMI, DisplayPort, Wi-Fi, and built-in speakers. It won't be playing any HD games, but it'll do you for most other computing needs. Yours for  £129.98 at Ebuyer. Read More >>

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A Surface Pro 4 for £635 is Your ‘Ditching the Laptop’ Deal of the Day

Need a new portable machine? The Surface Pro 4 has an awful lot to offer you, and you can get this one for just £635 at Microsoft Public Affiliate Program UK (GBP) (it was £749). That comes with a 128GB SSD, an Intel Core M3 processor, 4GB of RAM, USB 3.0, a microSD card slot, mini Display Port, Windows 10 Pro, a nine hour battery life, and a Surface Pen. The keyboard case will have to be purchased separately. Read More >>

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A Voice Remote for the Amazon Echo is Your ‘Alexa, Solve My First World Problems’ Deal of the Day

Here's the latest first world problem to swing our way. You have an Amazon Echo, but your single device can't cover the entire house or struggles with all the background noise. Rather than buy multiple devices, you can opt for a dedicated voice remote that you can carry around with you. It lets you bark commands at Alexa via Bluetooth, even if the basestation is too far away. It also has volume control and media playback buttons. It can be yours for £15.99 at Amazon UK with the code 20NEWYEAR. Read More >>

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This Alienware Steam Machine for £350 is Your ‘Windows-Free PC Gaming’ Deal of the Day

If you need a machine to play PC games, Valve would very much like you to consider a Steam Machine. This one from Alienware is at it's lowest price ever, costing just £349.99 at Amazon UK. It comes with a fourth gen i5 processor, SteamOS (naturally), 8GB of RAM, a 1TB hard drive, one USB 2.0 port, one USB 3.0 port, HDMI input and output, a NVIDIA GTX GPU (supposedly similar to the GeForce 860M), and a Steam Controller. Read More >>

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A 5TB Toshiba Hard Drive for £110 is Your ‘Too Much Space to Fill’ Deal of the Day

Files are getting bigger all the time, but thankfully the storage world has been able to keep up quite nicely. If you need a lot of room for backups, files, games, and whatever else you might like, this Toshiba hard drive might be worth looking into. 5TB is a lot of space, so you're going to have to work hard to fill this up anytime soon. Buy it now for £109.97 at Ebuyer. Read More >>

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This JSF Orion 4 Quadcopter for £40 is Your ‘Low-Cost Drone Adventures’ Deal of the Day

Drones are the new hip thing in the world of gadgets, but they can get a bit pricey. If you want to get in on all this quadcopter malarkey, try this JSF Orin 4 out for size. It has a 50 metre control range, lights to help you land if it gets dark, 360-degree rotation, and all the other things you'd want from a flying doohickey. It's yours for £39.99 at Amazon UK Read More >>