Politicians Act on Serious Issue of Low Letterboxes

Amid the boring, neverending politics that's been going on of late, one Conservative MP has provided everyone a bit of light relief by asking for the government to drop everything and pass new rules on the maximum and minimum acceptable heights of household and business letterboxes. That's what people go into politics for. Read More >>

Dad’s Army Stamps are Real and Not a Viral Brexit Joke

Looking fairly amateurish and as if they've been made as a Brexit joke for Twitter isn't helping these Dad's Army stamps convince people they're real, but they are. You may now order a stamp of a useless old part-time home guard member advising his colleagues not to panic or warning of impending doom. Read More >>

Microsoft’s Edge Browser Could Soon Be Harder to Ignore in Windows 10

It’s time for a look at the latest Insider Preview build of Windows 10. There are some small but welcome improvements, like the addition of HEIF (high efficiency file format) that lets you more easily save and view photos and videos from across the web, along with a safer removal process for people using external GPUs. OK, cool. Read More >>

David Bowie Must’ve Been Good as They’re Doing Him in Stamps

The Royal Mail clearly takes a while to get things done, as it's just revealed a plan to launch a series of stamps featuring David Bowie -- the man who even innovated in death by kicking off 2016's celebrity apocalypse just over a year ago. Read More >>

Post Office Strike to Test Parents’ Father Christmas Lying Skills

If you were planning to send Christmas presents to friends or family members living abroad this year, the Post Office has provided a great excuse for you to delay, delay and delay your shopping. Read More >>

Man Orders Kindle, Man Receives Human Tumour Instead

Thank you for making our Monday, FedEx. The company has confirmed that it accidentally mixed up orders for a Kindle and a tumour sample, leaving a Bristolian both extremely confused and without any bedtime stories. James Potten, a 37-year-old environmental consultant, posted his rather unusual complaint Twitter on the weekend, and it's a cracker. Read More >>

How to Email Huge Files From Your iPhone With iOS 9.2

The updates in iOS 9.2 aren’t much to write home about (even if you are in the habit of writing to your parents about new iOS releases), but there is one useful new feature now available on mobile: Mail Drop. It lets you send big files from your iPhone via iCloud, and here’s how to make use of it. Read More >>

Slip Your Special Mail Into These Letter-Holder Bookends

This is a clever use of space right here. These bookends keep your paperbacks in line and your mail in order. All your favourite paper goods, all in one place, tidy and organised. Read More >>

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What if All the Spam Mail You Received was Actually Hilariously True?

You're an internet veteran, you know what's real and what's not. Anything with Western Union automatically raises your eyebrow. An e-mail promising more length and/or hot girls gets trashed without a thought. You're too seasoned for these tricks. But what if all that email spam was actually true? How different would your life look? Would you become a money making, big twig swinging, Nigerian prince relatin' party animal? Oh yes. Read More >>

Mailing Recorded Messages Was Once an Actual Alternative To Long Distance Phone Charges

Sherman, set the wayback machine to ridiculous because back in 1967, Smith-Corona — best known for its typewriters — actually sold a device called the Mail Call. What did it do? Let users record messages on small cartridges and mail them to anyone with a matching device. Read More >>

The Government’s Slipped the Ability to Scan Your Postcards and Mail Into Its Draft Super-Snooper Bill

The internet isn't the only thing the government wants to monitor with its back-from-the-dead super snooper bill -- it seems it also wants to scan all your post cards and mail. Apparently it isn't planning to actually enact the law, but it's written there, bold as brass. Read More >>

RIM Adds Dedicated BBM Button to its Cheapo BlackBerry Curve Range

RIM's latest update of its Curve BlackBerry series has all of the usual buttons we've come to expect from the QWERTY classic range, only now there's a specific hotkey for instant access to the company's BBM messaging service. Read More >>

Flickr’s Getting a Facelift on February 28th

Flickr has been bleeding users like a hemophiliac since around the time Google+ launched and Yahoo's finally doing something about it. Flickr senior product lead Markus Spiering has hinted that big changes are in store for the photo-sharing site come month's end. Read More >>

ARM Planning OCTO-CORE Mobile Graphics Processor for 2013

British chip company ARM has announced its latest processor evolution, in the form of its Mali-T658 GPU. ARM says this'll provide "desktop-class performance" with "ten times" the power of the 400 series found in the Galaxy S II. Read More >>

BlackBerry Messenger For Android Spotted in Leaked Photos

Our sister site Techradar has acquired some images of what it believes to be a version of BBM running on Android, with the shots showing something familiar-looking and known as "BBM TEST BETA" for Google's mobile OS. Read More >>