travel
A Computer Error Let Every American Airlines Pilot Take Christmas Off

Travelling over Christmas is already a nightmare, but for people flying American Airlines during the last two weeks in December, things may have just gotten a whole lot worse. Read More >>

amazon
Amazon Echo Leaks Clip From Lady Gaga’s New Album

Lady Gaga fans have reportedly “tricked” their Amazon Echos into playing samples Lady Gaga’s latest album Joanne, according to videos posted online. It’s unclear if the leak was a bug or a marketing gimmick. Either way, the trick no longer works. Read More >>

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This Weirdly Simple Glitch Will Make Your iPhone Feel Much Faster

The iPhone, especially the latest and greatest iPhone 6s, is an incredibly fast machine. But unless you jailbreak your iPhone, you don’t really understand just how fast it can be. Read More >>

amazon
Amazon Sellers Ruined by 1p Sales Glitch

The vague discounts of "Black Friday" were eclipsed by a staggering piece of accidental generosity by some Amazon sellers over the weekend, when a sales glitch automatically discounted swathes of products to just 1p. Read More >>

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128GB iPhone 6 Users Reporting Crashes and Boot Loops

Several iPhone 6 and 6 Plus owners have been moaning about the performance of their phones of late, with problems addressing the enormous memory of the 128GB models taking the blame for crashes, restarts and phones getting stuck in constant boot loops. Read More >>

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Sony Says “Less Than One Per Cent” of PS4s are Faulty and it Might all be Amazon’s Fault Anyway

Sony has updated the gamers of the world on the situation regarding the PS4 hardware issues that have been dogging the console's launch somewhat, claiming that less than one per cent of machines have suffered any problems -- and hinting that it might be shoddy packaging from retailers causing some of the damage: Read More >>

tablets
New Nexus 7 Owners Still Noticing Touch Problems After Apparent “Fix” Update

Complaints from early adopters of the new Nexus 7 claimed the device's touchscreen was rather out of whack, with owners baffled by phantom extra presses registering while typing and making the tablet a bit of a nightmare to use. Google Issued a fix but... it doesn't seem to have fixed anything. Read More >>

tablets
Don’t Buy the New Nexus 7 Until it’s Fixed, Says Consumer Site; We Fixed it, Says Google

The new Nexus 7 came in for a bit of stick from early buyers soon after it went on sale, with users moaning about the machine's shaky GPS connection and a rather over-sensitive touchscreen that registered rogue taps and made typing a chore. A new update from Google claims to have fixed it all. Read More >>

tablets
New Nexus 7 Hit by Touchscreen, GPS and Keyboard Complaints

Some early buyers of Google's new Nexus 7 tablet are finding plenty of holes to pick, with users reporting problems with the machine's GPS signals, phantom touches registering on the display and keyboard problems that, according to one user, impact on the tab "almost to the point where it is unusable." Read More >>

medicine
One in Four Surgical Errors Is a Machine’s Fault

Technology might be transforming the world of healthcare, but it's also throwing up its fair share of problems, too: according to a new study, 1 in 4 surgical errors is a result of a technological glitch. Read More >>

airplanes
Air Traffic Failure Currently Delaying Flights in and out of England

Jersey Airport managed to break news of a large problem with the UK's air traffic control systems today, with the airport notifying the country (via Facebook) that flights were suspended for around 25 minutes earlier this morning due to an air traffic control computer problem. Read More >>

computers
Post Office Computer Bugs May Have Wrongly Sent Staff to Prison

The Post Office's computer systems have been found to be a little buggy, which won't be much compensation to the 100+ sub-postmasters who've been accused of defrauding the PO and prosecuted for lying in their books. Read More >>

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Is Your Nexus 7 Suffering from Early-Onset Tech Failure?

The Nexus 7 became the first smash hit for Google's tablet ambitions, with the Asus-made device sold for a cheap price and offering what was an extremely high tech spec for the time. However, angst within the Android community claims it's now breaking en masse, with the blame pointed at failing cheap components. If you've got one, how's it doing? Read More >>

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What’s the Jankiest Gadget You Love Despite All Its Flaws?

No piece of tech runs perfectly, but some run less perfectly than others. It doesn't mean they're totally worthless; it just means they're harder to use. Sometimes the jank comes hand in hand with utter awesomeness. What's the glitchiest, jankiest, freeziest, aghhhhhhhhhh-iest device that you loved through and through, even when it was making you scream? Read More >>