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King Krule: 'Basically, I hated everyone'

I've been looking forward to this," says Archy Marshall. "They told me it'll be like psychiatry – like counselling." The artist formerly known as Zoo Kid, DJ JD Sports and Edgar The Beatmaker smiles broadly, takes delivery of a pint of Kronenbourg and rolls the first in a long series of gaspers. …

Which Windows laptop should I take to university?

<i>My daughter is off to university to do a finance degree, which will involve a lot of serious spreadsheet and database work. She's outgrown her otherwise excellent four-year-old Asus netbook and is taken with various Chromebooks and the recently reduced Microsoft Surface. But in practical terms, are</i> …

20 best iPhone and iPad apps this week

It's time for our weekly roundup of brand new and notable apps for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad devices.<p>It covers apps and games, with the prices referring to the initial download: so (Free) may mean (Freemium) in some cases. There's a separate roundup for Android apps, which was published earlier …

Share a snap of your breakfast

Are you a fan of the full English? Maybe you prefer to start your day with a healthy bowl of muesli? Or does a latte, grabbed on the go, make up your first meal of the morning? This week our collaboration with the Photographers' Gallery in London continues with the theme of <b>breakfasts</b>.<p>If you're new …

Why weight gain in middle age is not inevitable

<b>It makes men and women despair. A bulging waistline and a protruding belly are often the first signs that middle age has taken over.</b><p>Somehow, that flabby spare tyre around the middle is almost guaranteed to form in our 40s, stretching our clothes to previously unknown limits and sending us scurrying …