(Apologies that this post is around a week later than usual. I had a bit of a health scare during Christmas week and very low energy for a fair few days. Feeling fine now.) This has been another year notable
Please pun responsibly A group of antelope is called a herd. A group of ants is called an army or a colony. A group of apes is called a shrewdness. A group of baboons is called a troop. A group of badgers
Thanks to the iPhone 6, the iPad Air 2, the iPad mini 3, OS X Yosemite, and iOS 8, 2014 was a major year for Apple. The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus brought new screen sizes and a radical redesign, while iOS 8
The grand art museum houses 35,000 masterpieces, from prehistory to contemporary works. But with over 600,000 square feet of exhibition space, navigating the enormous museum can be overwhelming if you
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The phone performed well under testing even harsher than Apple's own. Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus doesn’t bend as readily as a brief surge of Internet hype earlier in the week would have had you believe. Consumer
Editor’s note: Tadhg Kelly is a games industry consultant, freelance designer and the creator of leading design blog What Games Are. You can follow him on Twitter here. A sketch comedy show in the UK The
The winner Michael Bay may have some work to do on the public-speaking front, but he did lord it over 2014’s box office, with $1.087bn (£696m) for Transformers: Age of Extinction – a first for the franchise.
Survival horror, these days, can mean a lot of things. Maybe it's blasting away monsters in Dead Space, or running from them endlessly in Amnesia: The Dark Descent. Kriophobia is something both weirder
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