The Most Common Problems in iOS 10 and How to Fix Them

iOS 10 is live and amongst us and packed with a range of brand new features to play around with, but it’s not without its problems either. If your iOS 10 experience has been less than ideal, here are some of the problems you might be seeing—and how to fix them. Read More >>

Reckon You Can Solve This Million Dollar Mathematical Problem?

Of the seven Millenium Math Problems, each of which is worth $1 million (£600,000) to the person who can solve it, the Riemann hypothesis is perhaps the most difficult to crack. Reckon you've got what it takes? Read More >>

Would This New Urinal Design Make Men Wash Their Hands?

Here's a problem about guys: many of us don't wash our hands after using the toilet. It might be general grossness or everyman laziness or being too trusting your own hygiene or being too drunk or taking on a drive through mentality with a urinal but if you monitor a men's bathroom, you'll see many folks skip the sink. Read More >>

What’s The Most Annoying First World Problem You Are Still Waiting on Tech to Solve?

As tech makes our lives easier and easier, the little incoveniences that are left just get more glaring by contrast. Sure, I don't have to use a chamber pot but sometimes my magical pocket computer that knows practically everything gets uncomfortably warm when I'm using to to play GTA III and that's annoying. Read More >>

Why Is Apple Losing Its Touch?

What happened to "it just works"? Apple used to be the king of simplicity. With products you could buy, update, and use without any real technical knowledge. Recently, Apple seems to be losing it, with bricking updates, pulled software, and delayed 'special builds' that don't make it out in time. This isn't the Apple we're used to. Read More >>

Is Your Windows Phone 8 Handset Randomly Rebooting?

The earliest of early adopters have now been using Windows Phone 8 for almost three weeks — and it seems that there may be a few teething problems. In particular, some users are reporting infuriating random reboots and some battery life issues. Read More >>

Has Apple Lost It? iTunes Loop Blocks Apps and Music Downloads

Is it me or has Apple lost its mojo? I mean, one cock-up is fine, forgivable almost, but then there's two, three and so on. Bugs with the iPhone 5 launch blocked people's Wi-Fi, and now an infinite iTunes loop blocked people downloading games, apps and music over the weekend. Is Apple just having a run of bad luck, or has something actually failed here? Read More >>

BBC Label a Child a Recovering Alcoholic

The BBC has up sticks and moved quite a large chunk of its operation up to Salford Media City. It’s all part of a cost saving effort, moving out of the expensive capital. Unfortunately not everything has been going hunky dory, as this caption balls-up shows. Read More >>

Nokia Lumia 800 Running With Artificially Limited Battery Capacity?

Something a bit fishy is going on over at the official Nokia forums. A post addressing complaints about the Lumia 800's battery life by a Nokia staffer was mysteriously altered after letting slip that it's currently only using 1300mAh of its 1450mAh battery. Read More >>

Painful Neck? Smartphone owner? YOU May Be Suffering from Text Neck!

Infomercials, Start Your Copywriting! "Text Neck" is apparently a thing now, and anyone with a smartphone and a sore neck will be ripe for the picking this holiday season! Read More >>