Microsoft's Surface Book packs an alarmingly cool bendy-straw hinge, and Waterstones is taking Kindles off its shelves. All this and more in this week's CNET UK podcast.
You don't need to chuck a sickie or try to sneak off to your nearest pub during your lunch break -- you can still watch the NFL's game of games on your smartphone or tablet (or sneak a peek on your work computer).
Cinematographer Dick Pope reveals the mix of new-fangled and classic filmmaking tricks that created Hardy's award-winning dual role in gangster movie "Legend".
Samsung made such a big deal out of the SideSync feature on its Galaxy Tab S tablet, you'd think it was a brand-new feature. It may not be new, but it is expanded, and potentially quite useful.
Twitter aims to draw in marketers and developers with a new ad service that promotes mobile apps far beyond users' timelines.
A UK university wants to understand why people get drunk. So it spent $33,000 on a pub laboratory with microphones and hidden cameras to solve a great human mystery. (Maybe not so much of a mystery?)
With the new platform, app developers should be able to automatically place ads in their mobile apps rather than building them piecemeal.
BT promises its sporting coverage will be more more gentle than Sky's frenetic shows as their fight spills into the pubs.
A beer glass concept is designed so that it will fall over unless propped up by a mobile phone.
The Pedal Pub is a mobile bar built upon a steel chassis. As the name suggests, bicycle pedals are what moves the party along.