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The worst technology adverts of 2013

From Robin Thicke and banned Bruce Willis to the BT flatmates, it's the worst technology adverts of 2013!

By December 23, 2013


Onion tweets itself into trouble, but consider the source

These days the source of information almost always defines its perspective. Still, sarcasm doesn't work for everyone. The satirical publication caused an uproar on Twitter yesterday when it suggested there was gunfire in the Capitol.

By September 30, 2011


Google's post-JavaScript Web plan raises hackles

With its Dart language, Google hopes to overcome problems with the widely used JavaScript. But some dislike Google's secretive development style.

By September 13, 2011


Nokia N8 reader feedback: Why you're all wrong

We asked for your comments and user reviews about the Nokia N8, and you fedback with a vengeance. Now it's our turn to answer your questions and respond to your queries.

By November 3, 2010


HTC on Nexus One cracked screen: "They don't go in pockets"

Our Nexus One with a broken screen is back from HTC, and it says that the repair costs around £180 -- and next time we shouldn't put the phone in our pockets

By March 5, 2010


BT Infinity fibre-optic broadband: Not infinite in any sense of the word

With the announcement of BT's new fibre service, we took a look at what's on offer, how much it costs, and how the whole thing works -- we also question the truthiness of the brand name

By January 22, 2010


Stephen Colbert announces presidential bid, but is it the truth or truthiness?

Comedian announces on his show that he'll try to get on the primary ballots for both parties in his home state of South Carolina. Is he joking?

By October 17, 2007


iPhone 3G S: How true were the rumours?

The iPhone 3G S has arrived, and it's all we wanted and more... or is it? We've rounded up our favourite rumours to see who saw what was coming

By June 8, 2009


Research: Conservatives believe Colbert isn't joking

Researchers at the Ohio State University examine the reactions of people of differing political persuasions to the Colbert Report. They discover many conservatives don't think he's actually joking.

By May 2, 2009