Pets Left Without Food After Automated Feeder Goes Down for a Week

Another automated pet feeder has had a major outage and left pets without food, reminding us all not to trust these things with the lives of our animals. Read More >>

Michael Gove Says Batman Can Never Be Prime Minister

We love a good subtitle fail – analysts reduced to 'anal cysts', or of course the infamous Year of the Whores: Read More >>

Garden Bridge Should Be Uprooted, Says Brutal New Report

The PR disaster that is London's Garden Bridge has hit the headlines again today after Dame Margaret Hodge's newly-released report stated it should be cancelled outright. Read More >>

Photoshop Fail of the Day: What’s Wrong With This Fifth Harmony Picture?

Something’s gone terribly, horribly, unnaturally wrong with one of the photos below, taken from a Fifth Harmony -- think female One Direction -- profile in Billboard magazine. The image doesn’t appear to be on the publication’s site, but was tweeted by Shady Music Facts yesterday, and boy are we glad it was. Read More >>

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Track and Failed: Usain Bolt Run Over by Runaway Segway Cameraman

Usain Bolt has just secured the 200m gold at the Athletics World Championships in Beijing. While he could well have expected that result, he probably didn't expect to be floored by Segway-riding camera man within moments of winning. Read More >>

The Million Pound Indiegogo Smartwatch Horror Story

Crowdfunding, like any gamble, preys on your hopes and dreams. Sometimes, you get the wonderful dream device you deserve. Other times, you get a million pound pile of shit, like a smartwatch that can't tell time. The Kreyos Meteor seems to fall into that second category. Read More >>

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Microsoft: Finally, a PC for all Your Lady Stuff (Weddings, Pinterest)

Tech companies don't exactly have have the best track record when it comes to marketing to womenfolk—obviously. But after running damage control on horrible campaign after horrible campaign, you'd think they'd try to avoid making the same mistakes again—and you'd be wrong. Enter Microsoft's new all-in-one lady commercial. Read More >>

Happy Birthday Facebook! Here are Your Biggest Screw-Ups

Customary birthday behaviour will usually find the special one's eyes take on a thousand-yard stare as they stuff cake down their gullets, thinking back to their misdemeanors and wrongfootings of the past year. This introspection might occur thanks to an ambition to lift their game for the next year, but in order to do that, it's important to learn from mistakes. Facebook, here are yours: Read More >>

The Biggest Celebrity Shill Failures in History

Today, Alicia Keys's highly successful year as BlackBerry's 'Creative Director' will fizzle to a disappointing end, only 12 months since she was announced alongside the equally-successful Z10 handset, and about 11 months since she was busted using an iPhone. In tribute to this momentous occasion, we lovingly submit this list of the worst-bombed celebrity schills in history. Read More >>

Newsnight Editor’s “Boring Snoring” Twitter Fail Makes the News

BBC Newsnight editor Ian Katz embarrassed himself royally yesterday, after accidentally describing a Labour MP who appeared on the show as "Boring Snoring" in a tweet meant as a cynical DM to a friend. Now his mistake has been immortalised in the closing credits of the show. Read More >>

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This is What Happens When Technology Fails Live on Air

One poor Australian news anchor was left literally speechless, babbling about various bits of stories, when her autocue failed mid-way through a story. This just goes to show that without that scrolling script telling them what to say, anchors are just like the rest of us, floundering around in front of the live camera. Read More >>

News Reporter Drops Double F-Bomb Live on Air in Fantastic Editing Screw-Up

Sometimes, they don't see the red light. Other times, it's just an unfortunate slip of the tongue. But in this case, it looks like an editor let the clip run on a little long, and one standard-issue news report on strawberries took a bit of a vulgar turn. Read More >>

Microsoft Caught ‘Digitally Enhancing’ Its Size in Ads

To go along with the YouTube ads taking the mick out of poor old Siri, Microsoft put up a comparison page on its website, pitting Windows 8 tablets against the iPad. Sadly, it was over-compensating a bit, lying about the VivoTab's screen size to make it seem bigger than it actually was. Read More >>

What’s the Most Annoying Thing Your Computer Does?

This morning, I was in the middle of a proper writing groove -- coffee brewed, tunes blaring and email inbox set to off -- and all was looking well. Third story of the morning, here I come! But no. Windows had decided, in its infinite wisdom, that its arse-shagging auto-updates were more important, so it restarted on me. Bastards. Read More >>

In Hindsight, the #askamormon Campaign Was Never Going to Go Well

There's this musical in London, called The Book of Mormon. You might've heard of it. It's not very nice to Mormons. Anyway, in an effort to hit back against the heathens, the #RealMormons have launched a #Twitter campaign (complete with a load of incredibly earnest ads on tubes and buses), all to show how great #Mormons are and how down with da kidz religion is. You don't need to be a social media expert to see where this is going. Read More >>