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Recommended Reading: Game of Thrones' costume clues, women in tech and the legacy of Jim Ross

<i>Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books dealing with subjects that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read.</i><p>Deciphering the Hidden Messages in "Game of Thrones" …

5 Reasons The PS4 Will No Longer Be On Top By The End Of 2014

For the past few months a lot of us cranky old hardcore gamers have been watching the PS4 outsell the Xbox One with a certain sense of smug satisfaction. Serves Microsoft right! They ignored us and tried to pawn off a system laden with draconian restrictions and are now getting their just desserts! …

11 Cool Things You Can Do With Apple TV

There's Roku, Google's Chromecast, and several other smaller players.<p>But the Apple TV is still the most popular gadget in the emerging category. And it does a lot more than just stream Netflix. Here are a few tips to get the most out of your Apple TV.

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DJ Avicii’s Astounding $15.5 Million Property in Hollywood Hills

When you’re a celebrity, the world stands at your feet. And if you work hard and fight for your dreams, you will eventually succeed in getting what …

Meet the hardware, software and science projects bound for the International Space Station this month

Advertisement<p>3 Comments<p>After problems forced a delay from a scheduled launch this weekend, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to take off later …

Our Supercomputer Overlord Is Now Running A Food Truck

These days, there's a lot of pressure on chefs to think up the most fantastical, cutting-edge dishes. We live in an age of cronuts, PB&J fries and pecan pie potato chips.<p>Yet even the greatest of culinary masterminds are merely human, at the end of the day. And strokes of genius can be few and far …

The early days of 25 websites

As the first website when online 25 years ago today, it's easy to forget just how some of our favourite websites looked back in their early incarnations. Rhiannon Williams unearths the best<p>The very first website went online 25 years ago today in December 1990 - in which time the Berlin Wall has …

Liverpool researchers create 'contagious' WiFi virus

Researchers have created a computer virus that spreads like the common cold<p>Researchers at the University of Liverpool have demonstrated that WiFi networks can be infected with a virus that can move through densely populated areas as efficiently as the common cold spreads between humans.<p>The team …

Gentlemen, your sperm is under attack – but don't panic

The male biological clock is making a rare appearance in the news, but as a woman I'd say take it with a pinch of salt<p>"If you want healthy offspring, don't leave fatherhood too late." If you were being ungenerous, you might say such headlines make a nice change. The existence of a male biological …

How Khan Academy is using design to pave the way for the future of education

Advertisement<p>13 Comments<p>Credit: courtesy of Colin Price and the Designer Fund.<p>Every morning Khan Academy’s lead designer, Jason Rosoff, spends the …

Automated texts to your girlfriend? There’s an app for that

BroApp allows users to 'outsource their relationships' and spend more time with 'the bros' by sending automated romantic texts to a girlfriend’s phone<p>An app which sends “sweet texts” to the user’s girlfriend in order to give him more time to spend with “the bros” has gone on sale in the <b>Android Play</b> …

Google To Lease And Restore NASA's Famous Hangar One

The hangar once housed the U.S. Navy's dirigibles.<p>Hangar One once held 1930s-era dirigibles, including the U.S.S. Macon. You could fit three Titanics in there, side by side, a NASA historic preservation officer once told Air & Space magazine. And now, Google is taking over the lease for the …

Susie Wolff will become first woman in 22 years to drive an F1 car at a Grand Prix, Williams announce

Susie Wolff, 31, is to become the first woman to drive at a Grand Prix race weekend in 22 years, taking control of practice sessions at Silverstone and Hockenheim<p>The cause of female drivers in <b>Formula One</b> received its second boost in quick succession on Monday, after it was announced that Britain's …

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Thief review

A prolonged development has not been kind to this reboot of the classic Thief series, making for a game stitched together from disparate parts of better contemporaries.<p><b>Formats</b> PlayStation 4 (tested), Xbox One, PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 <b><br>Developer</b> Eidos Montreal <b><br>Publisher</b> Square Enix <b><br>Released</b> 28 …

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Is Coming… But Why Are They Announcing It In Barcelona?

So we know with certainty that we’ll hear about the Samsung Galaxy S5 today – whether it’s a launch or something else we’re not quite certain, but assume most rumors are true. But why is it launching in Barcelona, at Mobile World Congress, a crowded space full of competition?<p>First, let’s look at …

Mozilla shows off $25 smartphone

Mozilla has shown off a prototype of a $25 smartphone for the developing world at Mobile World Congress<p>Mozilla, the company best known for its Firefox web browser, has teamed up with Chinese chip maker Spreadtrum to create an entry-level smartphone for use in emerging markets.<p>The device, which will …

Xbox One price cut to match out-performing PlayStation 4

<b>Microsoft is to drop the price of its new Xbox One console - just over three months after its release.</b><p>The console, currently priced in the UK at £429, with a bundled game, will drop to £399 on Friday and will include major title Titanfall in the package.<p>So far, the drop will only apply to the …

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Is your computer slow? 10 ways to make it run faster

There's nothing more frustrating than a sluggish computer, especially when you know it still has legs in it.<p>Rather than buying a new laptop or PC, here are 10 ways of avoiding a costly new purchase by making your old computer run faster.<p>1. Uninstall unused programs<p>New PCs come with a whole load of …

Software

Nissan launches Nismo smartwatch for drivers

<b>A smartwatch that monitors the performance of a vehicle as well as the driver has been launched by car manufacturer Nissan.</b><p>Like many other smartwatches, the Nissan Nismo measures the user's heart rate, temperature and other biometrics.<p>But it also allows users to keep an eye on their car's …

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“You want to find Kurtz every time”: Sam Houser speaks out on GTA 5

Rockstar founder Sam Houser has shed personal light on the lengths that he and his team go to when creating games such as Grand Theft Auto, comparing …

iPhone 5S Fingerprint Scanner is Real, Says Biometric Expert

Sonny Dickson is fairly popular as he is the guy who showed us various components of the upcoming iPhone lineup and iPad. A few days back, Dickson …

The 10 Best Fictional Laboratories, Ranked

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5 Amazing Looking Indie Video Games Coming To The PS4

<i>Feast your eyes.</i><p>I’ve written previously that the Xbox One has an early edge over the PS4 when it comes to video games. This doesn’t mean Microsoft has <i>more</i> games than Sony, or even necessarily <i>better</i> games.<p>Rather, Microsoft’s early game lineup has more potential blockbusters and system-sellers, …

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Oxlade-Chamberlain: Arsenal can be champions again

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain believes Mesut Ozil will help Arsenal win the Premier League © PA Photos<p>Enlarge<p>Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has told the <i>Daily</i> …