Mind-Blowing: Desolenator Transforms Sunshine Into Water

by Ranjan Yadavon December 18, 2014
Desolenator, from London, United Kingdom, is seeking your help in developing the most affordable and environmentally friendly water purification technology ever. Desolenator is meant to provide families with the ability to turn salt water and contaminated water into pure drinking water. The technology has the potential to give water independence for up to a billion [...]

Raspberry Pi Model A+ is The Cheapest And The Smallest

by RJ Kon December 1, 2014
The Raspberry Pi, in simply words, is a mini CPU-a single board computer. The size is the one which amazes the user, at just the size that of a credit card. The Pi was introduced by the Raspberry Pi Foundation with the intention of promoting the teaching of basic computer science in schools. So why is [...]


Amris Acquires Social Recruitment Platform, Zao

by Ranjan Yadavon August 24, 2014
Amris, the UK e-recruitment firm, owned by The Internet Corporation Limited has acquired Los Angeles based social recruitment platform, Zao, as posted by Steve O’Hear on TechCrunch, Details of the deal are still undisclosed. Zao is revolutionizing social recruiting by allowing companies to offer referral rewards to their professional and personal networks for referral hires, [...]
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CactusVPN Review: Surf anonymously and watch sites outside US, UK

by Gizmoration July 18, 2014
How many times have your tried to watch your favorite sites while outside U.S. or U.K. and it was impossible to enjoy them or you just wanted to surf the web anonymously? CactusVPN is a able to hide your IP address, download torrents anonymously and encrypt your internet connection, but the most important feature from my point [...]


Tunepics is the next Instagram, but with mood music

by Matthew Lucason May 22, 2014
There is a new social media network in town, which is called Tunepics, launched on Wednesday. With this new Tunepics iOS app, users can feature a song with every image they share. Users can search from more than 35 million songs on iTunes. If users decide they like the song enough to buy it form Apple, Tunepics will [...]

Playstation 4 is getting Sky Go and NOW TV this year

by Ryan Burgesson May 1, 2014
Sky announced via a press release that the Playstation 4 will be getting Sky Go and NOW TV by the end of the year this is pretty good news for people in the UK. Sony Computer Entertainment UK managing Director Fergal Gara spoke about the deal: NOW TV has been a great addition to the [...]


Valve working on another arcade game for Japan

by Ryan Burgesson April 30, 2014
So it seems that Valve will be working with Japanese arcade experts Taito to release an arcade version of Left 4 Dead dubbed Left 4 Dead: Survivors You can view the rather odd trailer here. This isn’t the first time that Valve has released an arcade game though and that surprised me, it turns out [...]
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Dark Souls 2 to unlock early on Steam

by Ryan Burgesson April 24, 2014
Namco Bandai has announced that they are being nice and are cutting a whole hour off of the time you have to wait to get your hands on Dark Souls 2 today. So this means you can be out there dying at 11pm in the UK or 3pm pacific (I am really not good with [...]

Ubisoft say Watchdogs can compete with the big boys

by Ryan Burgesson April 19, 2014
Ubisoft Junior Brand Manager, Wayne Greenwell has today said that he expects Watchdogs to be up there with the likes of Call of Duty and FIFA in popularity stakes. Greenwell said: Excitement for the product remains incredibly high and gamers are desperate to finally get their hands on the title, This is reflected in our [...]


Titanfall Xbox 360 boosts sales 220% in the UK

by Ryan Burgesson April 14, 2014
The previous generation crowd are making their voices heard as Titanfall on the Xbox 360 has boosted Titanfall’s sales 220% pushing it back to the top of the UK charts. 70% of the units sold were on the Xbox 360 and it just goes to show that Titanfall wasn’t quite the system seller many thought [...]

Netflix 4K streaming is live

by Ryan Burgesson April 12, 2014
A couple of days ago Netflix launched their 4K streaming service in Netflix though they have said that it will only be available to newer 4K monitors. If you purchased a 4K TV before the start of this year you may be out of luck as your TV will probably lack the H.265/HEVC decoder needed [...]


UK finally legalises ripping CDs and DVDs

by Ryan Burgesson March 29, 2014
In June the UK is set to finally legalise the ripping of your own personal CDs and DVDs… Yay? So as the UK tries to bring itself back into the 21st century and take a break from trying to censor everything or spying on people we get a common sense result, though there are some [...]

UK game industry to get tax breaks

by Ryan Burgesson March 28, 2014
Finally after a long long wait, the European Commission has approved tax relief measures resulting in what could be a £188 million boost for developers over the next 5 years. Under this new policy UK game developers are entitled to claim discounts on up to a quarter of production costs. This news has been 6 [...]

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UK to start charging VAT on digital media

by Ryan Burgesson March 24, 2014
A lesser known titbit from Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne’s latest budget is that from 2015 digital media will be subject to 20% VAT. So whilst the UK government seem keen to cut down on piracy the best thing they could think of was to… raise prices? I’m sorry but I honestly can’t believe [...]

Ourscreen lets you be in charge of your local cinema

by Ryan Burgesson March 23, 2014
Ourscreen lets you arrange a certain film that possibly isn’t showing anymore to be played at your local cinema, the only catch is that you have to make sure you have enough people willing to come and watch. You can arrange to see whatever film you wish from a list of 200 at the moment, [...]


Xbox One sees a 96% boost in sales in the UK as Titanfall launches

by Ryan Burgesson March 17, 2014
Titanfall launched 3 days ago in the UK and it is already paying dividends for Microsoft as their Xbox One has seen a 96% boost in sales. Microsoft in an attempt to push as many systems as possible bundled Titanfall along with an Xbox One at a cut price of £399 for a limited time. [...]

UK government wants “unsavoury” web content to be removed

by Ryan Burgesson March 16, 2014
The UK minister for immigration and security, James Brokenshire has called for the government to do more to deal with “unsavoury”, rather than illegal, material online. So to put it simply he wants the removal of legal material because it offends the Government’s views. This is what we call censorship. Brokenshire said this in a [...]

Matt Stone responds to South Park: The Stick of Truth censorship

by Ryan Burgesson March 9, 2014
So 2/3 days after South Park: The Stick of Truth released in the UK and Europe respectively Matt Stone co-creator of South Park has spoken out against Ubisoft’s decision to censor the title in Europe on consoles. Matt Stone said in an interview with The Metro: We weren’t going to change the content, so we’ve [...]


Xbox One March update adds a myriad of useful features

by Ryan Burgesson March 2, 2014
All the next-gen consoles were half-baked at release and it has now become a race to see who first can deliver on their promises. Recently Sony added support for the Pulse headset to be used on the PS4 and now Microsoft is adding some fundamental things to the Xbox One. One of the biggest additions [...]

Raspberry Pi turns 2 years old!

by Ryan Burgesson March 2, 2014
2 years ago today a cheap linux micro-computer by the name of Raspberry Pi was released to one of the warmest receptions I have ever seen in the technology industry. The Raspberry Pi was created in Cambridge, England and released to a manic crowd of technology enthusiasts each with their own ideas on how to [...]