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Peter Gabriel is cooler than you, and ‘Sledgehammer’ has one of the best music videos of all time. Run these two facts through a mangle with the words ‘Facebook’ and ‘competition’, and what have you got? Read more
Is print dying? It’s certainly on the shrink. While the two sides of that particular argument continue to shout at each other from across the room, something important is largely being forgotten: digital editorial is a whole new kettle of fish. But, has Time – one of the biggest publications in the world – just foreshadowed a new era for online publishing? Read more
It’s going to be a busy week in the tech world. This time next week, Microsoft will unzip its trousers and waggle Windows Phone 8 in front of the world, but before then we’ve got Windows 8, the iPad mini and Google’s end-of-week Android event. And guess what: we know exactly what Google’s about to unleash. Read more
What is a Chromebook? If you’re Google, that’s a question you need to figure out how to answer. Quickly. To try and solve the problem, the big G has just launched a new ad for the upcoming Samsung Chromebook that suggests just about anyone is a prime candidate for the new machine. But is that true? Read more
People tend to moan about how restrictive Apple’s App Store is, but on the other end of the spectrum, the open nature of the Google Play Store for Android does sometimes land it in hot water. Case in point? One of the biggest app swindles ever has just been exposed. And it was all done by a bloke in his parents’ basement. Read more
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