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Giant fighting robots should be awesome – but they're not

Tuesday, October 24th 2017

But these all have something in common – they’re fictional. Movie robots are ace but in reality it’s a different story. The truth – and honestly I hate to say it – is that robots tend to be a bit shit. And...

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Amazon and Samsung among 'least green' tech firms - but do we care?

Thursday, October 19th 2017

Greenpeace ranked 17 of the world’s leading consumer electronics firms on what they are doing to address their environmental impacts. Amazon sits at the bottom of the list alongside Chinese smartphone makers Xiaomi, Oppo...

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Five reasons to binge 'How to Get Away with Murder' on Netflix in time for Halloween

Thursday, October 19th 2017

If its suspense, drama and just the right amount of gore that you’re looking for, How To Get Away With Murder (HTGAWM) is the show for you. The Shondaland masterminds responsible for hit shows like Grey’s Anatomy and...

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Star Trek: Discovery – How Much Has It 'Borrowed' From Mass Effect?

Thursday, October 19th 2017

On a dark, dark, dark, dark bridge The bridge of the Normandy (Shepard’s ship in Mass Effect) is actually a comparatively tiny space with a couple of pilots flying stick and several banks of colourful, holographic...

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The football you should be watching on TV in October

Wednesday, October 18th 2017

Sky Sports has the pick of the upcoming Premier League and EFL games but there’s also some mouth-watering Champions League action over on BT Sport. But with so many games to choose from and without limitless amounts of free...

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Broadband firms will keep investing in networks but need 'better regulation'

Monday, October 16th 2017

But they say better regulation is needed to help overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of better broadband infrastructure. The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) last week warned that the UK risks “falling...

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UK risks 'falling behind' without broadband investment, says report

Friday, October 13th 2017

The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) says the current state of the UK’s infrastructure could hold it back unless “urgent action is taken” to increase capacity and futureproof the network. Problems with the...

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Sky Q to get voice control feature and 'favourites' menu

Thursday, October 12th 2017

The voice control feature allows users to speak commands such as ‘change channel to Sky Atlantic’ or ‘play The Walking Dead’ into their remote. Using phrases like ‘go to Sky Store’ or ‘go to Sky Sports’ will...

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Three launches free digital skills workshops in Scotland

Thursday, October 12th 2017

As part of the its new initiative, Three is hosting free training sessions with schools, local groups and small businesses with the aim of reaching “more of the community than ever before”. The programme is available...

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Government reveals new measures to keep children safe online

Thursday, October 12th 2017

But broadband providers say they are already ahead of the game and it is social media sites who now need to step up. The government's plans come in the form of an Internet Safety Green Paper. As part of the Green Paper the...

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