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If you had trouble getting to sleep last night, it was probably thanks to the huge disturbance in the force caused by $4.5bn changing hands. Disney now owns LucasFilm, which means that it now owns Star Wars. And there’s a new one on the way.

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One man has been playing a single game of Civilization II for almost ten years – and the world is now a horrifying, irradiated wasteland due to perpetual nuclear war between three global superpowers. But you – yes you! – can take a shot at bringing about peace and salvaging civilisation.

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Google’s done wonders with Android 4.0, turning what was once a bit of an ugly duckling into a polished mobile swan. Problem is, no one’s really paying attention to the Ice Cream Sandwich design sheet. Facebook’s the worst culprit, which is exactly why one Redditor has redesigned the app themselves. Is this how Facebook for Android should look? Read more

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It’s January 18th, the day the web goes dark in response to the SOPA and PIPA bills being proposed in the US. So how has the web reacted? Is it just one voice in the darkness, or a real movement? Read more

Have you heard of SOPA? How about PIPA? Chances are that after January 18th you will have done, as that’s the day Reddit, Wikipedia and some of the web’s biggest forces are planning to blackout in protest of proposed US bills that could destroy the internet as we know it. Read more

That headline says it all really, doesn’t it? Sometimes something happens on the internet that you need to share but requires very little in the way of introduction. A lizard playing a mobile game is one such thing. Read more

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